30.10.2015 Author: Konrad Stachnio

EU: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

145433028916263It seems that the majority of the Christian world are celebrating the Russian victory over ‘moderate rebels’ – pardon me, over US ‘assets’ – in Syria, as Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski beautifully put it. In Russia, they have even begun wearing t-shirts with pictures of the bombing of ‘assets’. Meanwhile, a kind of war on selfies taken on the battlefield between Russia and the ISIS has been launched on the Internet. In the Middle East, Russia is doing everything it can to help ‘moderate rebels’ meet their destiny and maker more quickly.

ISIS has so far excelled in public intimidation by publishing videos on the Internet, in which they usually cut off someone’s head. Now, Russians have started publishing online recordings, mostly of air raids with lots of the explosions which hit the ISIS centre. The world is beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel – at least when it comes to Christians.

Putin has no other way out, but to defend his territory against US ‘assets’ which, in the case of the fall of Syria, would strengthen the anti-Russian campaign in Chechnya and Dagestan. His successes in the Middle East also help him to win over public opinion, something evidenced in one of Jean-Claude Juncker’s most recent speeches:

“We must make some efforts to (establish) practical relations with Russia. It might be not sexy, but it has to be done. Things can’t go on like this… We cannot allow our relations with Russia to be dictated by Washington.”

In an audio message posted on YouTube, Mohammad al-Golani, the leader of the al-Nusra Front (which happens to be one of the US ‘assets’), described the Russian intervention in Syria as “a new Christian crusade from the East… The war in Syria will help the Russians forget about the horror of their war in Afghanistan.”

Even Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, the father of these ‘assets’, stood up for them, threatening that if Russia will not stop wiping them out, the US will have to attack Russia. In other words, according to Dr Kevin Barrett: “It’s quite unimaginable that anyone could imagine America taking revenge on Russia for its attacks on al-Qaeda, but this is exactly what Brzezinski said,”

So who is the terrorist now, ‘asset’ or ‘moderate terrorist’? It is clear that the terrorists will not fight against each other, they will even not allow anyone else to do it. The only thing they can try to do is create another anti-terrorist ‘coalition’ against ISIS, which, just as before, will make ISIS stronger and provide them with the resources to expand areas under their control.

In just a few days of bombing, Russia managed to achieve in Syria what the so-called ‘antiterrorist coalition’ could not do in a year. The Russian raids also prevented the development of a situation similar to the one in Afghanistan, where the Americans, ‘fighting’ to eradicate the cultivation of heroin, increased drug production forty-two-fold. Are there some similarities here with the American struggle with ISIS? The US and its ‘assets’ were finally quite embarrassingly exposed.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said: “The Coalition allegedly fighting with ISIL has ‘information where the terrorist army positions are exactly’ in Syria and Iraq, but ‘did not give permission to attack them'”. Such reports could be quoted over and over again. The plan of the whole operation is well illustrated by one of the members of the well-known ‘tea club’ also known as the Bilderberg Group, an informal, annual meeting of people who like to talk together over tea and cake in exclusive locations, without unnecessary press, but with the protection of secret service personnel, of course.

In an interview published on the 8th of October by the UN News Centre, Peter Sutherland (a member of the Bilderberg Group), Special Representative of the UN Secretary General on international migration, said: “I will ask governments to work together to recognize that sovereignty is an illusion, that sovereignty is an absolute illusion that needs to be criticized. Days of hiding behind borders and walls are long gone. We must work together and cooperate to make the world a better place. Which means the abandonment of some old ideas from history, memories and images of our own countries and the recognition that we are a part of humanity.”

Paradoxically, the only hope, before a ‘new plan’ for Europe can be put into place, are the so-called backward and less democratic post-communist states which did not experience such a large degree of multiculturalism or moral and cultural relativism. Therefore, it is difficult to use them to help put into place Islamists disguised as refugees, or new cultural ‘models‘ of desirable social changes.

In this context, the bombing of ISIS targets in the Middle East by Russia isn’t just a military operation, but represents an actual taking of sides opposite the Middle East ‘assets’ of Dr Brzezinski, or becoming a ‘part of humanity’, as proposed by Sutherland.

New World Europe

The head of Frontex noted that hope for the deportation of many illegal arrivals to Europe to their home countries is small, since these countries do not want to take them back. In addition, some part of Islamic fundamentalist treat social benefits in Europe as tax that European infidels must pay to them.

As the number of Islamic fundamentalists in Europe grows, they are gradually operating more and more outside of European laws. That’s what we are dealing with now. Islamists solve problems among themselves through their judges, or out on the streets. Rabbi David Bar-Hayim, director of the Machon Shilo iInstitute in Jerusalem, said“Here we are dealing with culture, whole tribes enslaved by their own civilization and religion that encourages people to murder, persecute, displace other people from their homes until the moment when the other party gains an advantage and will do exactly the same thing in relation to their former persecutors. Regardless of where these people are, they will continue their civil war, also in our countries.”

All the time, we are receiving signals that ISIS are planning large scale attacks in Europe. For example, the Parisian judge Marc Trevidic warns that testimonies given by the members of a fragmented terrorist group show that the Islamic State wants to organize series of parallel attacks, probably in the largest shopping malls in France.

In addition, Brzezinski’s Ukrainian ‘assets’ have also become active, already cooperating with its ‘assets’ from the Middle East. Dr. Lucyna Kulińska, a Polish expert on Ukrainian nationalism, has said that

“Right Sector enabled the attack on an Ukrainian institution which issues legal documents. As a result, eight thousand Ukrainian identity passes fell into the hands of ISIS”

The direction Ukrainian ‘democracy’ is taking is also well illustrated by the advisor to the interior minister, Anton Herascenko, who stated on his Facebook page that we should help the Islamic State “get their revenge on the Russians”. So it is possible to see a connection between Ukrainian ‘assets’ and ‘assets’ in the Middle East. At that moment, the European media have already separated from societies, promoting a fabricated image of the so-called issue of refugees. People are silenced and real reports from ordinary Germans are not shown in the media.

“Our intelligence noted that ISIS militants are leaving areas under their control. 600 mercenaries left their positions and are trying to get to Europe,” said General Kartapolov. In Syria, among terrorists from ISIS, but also among other organizations, there are many Europeans from the EU. When Putin started to seriously attack them, they went back to Europe. There are at least several thousand of them. They do not need to hide among the refugees – they have real EU passports.

The situation with so-called refugees leads to a revival of new anti –Islamic fundamentalist movement in Europe, such as the Polish “I am a Christian” movement, where members take photos of themselves with guns and then publish those pictures on Facebook.

What will it lead to? Probably to what is going on Germany, in which the police, begin to rebel against the policies of Merkel. Although let us not be under any illusion – the revolution will not be televised.

Konrad Stachnio is an independent Poland based journalist, he hosted a number of radio and TV programs for the Polish edition of Prison Planet, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.

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