August 13th, 2016 – Fort Russ News –
Various – by Inessa Sinchougova
One of the most common criticisms of Putin’s leadership that comes out from the West is that “he is a KGB thug” – well what does that actually mean?
The KGB was the Committee of State Security of the Soviet Union. Much like the CIA in the United States, it was the intelligence branch of the government, which exists in every single sovereign state. The employees of this agency are carefully handpicked for the right qualities. These people devote their existence to their country and are prepared to lay their lives down for it – unless the country in question begins to work against its own people. This is the fine line that differentiates a traitor from a whistle-blower (ie. Mr. Snowden.)
Amidst the Orwellian rhetoric of Western mainstream media, Putin’s background is never juxtaposed against those of much more questionable character in the Atlanticist camp. For example, Jean Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, is 20 years ex-Prime Minister of Luxembourg. For the entirety of his career, he has rubbed shoulders with the biggest cats of the world’s financial and banking mafia.
Seriously, when was the last time Putin affected your life more than fractional reserve banking?