Russia Accuses U.S. Of ‘Paranoia’

BLOOMBERG – February 14, 2017: Russian lawmakers reacted with dismay and anger to U.S. National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s resignation, calling it a sign that Donald Trump’s White House is driven by the same “paranoia” (BATTLEFORWORLD: i.e. Neocons, Zionists, Bolsheviks and the Rothschilds – the World War III faction) toward the Kremlin as previous presidencies.

Flynn’s ouster over contacts with Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak shows that the Trump administration either isn’t independent or suffers from “Russophobia,” Konstantin Kosachyov, a member of the ruling party and chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the upper house of the Russian parliament, wrote Tuesday on Facebook. U.S. hawks treat a readiness for dialogue with Russia as an Orwellian “thought crime,” he said.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov refused to comment, telling reporters on a conference call Tuesday that Flynn’s departure is an “internal matter” for the U.S. Peskov on Friday said reports that Flynn and Kislyak discussed U.S. sanctions against Russia late last year weren’t true. Flynn said in his resignation letter that he’d given “incomplete information regarding my phone calls” with Kislyak, after U.S. Vice President Mike Pence publicly denied sanctions had been discussed.

Flynn’s resignation adds to emerging doubts about Trump among Russian officials after initial euphoria that his presidency would herald a new era in ties with the U.S. following years of confrontation with Barack Obama. Trump’s relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin are being watched closely amid allegations from U.S. intelligence agencies that the Kremlin interfered in November’s elections to help him win. Trump repeatedly praised Putin during the campaign. Link: Read Complete Article


Anti-Russian Agenda Ongoing

YAHOO – February 14, 2017: Senior Russian lawmakers said on Tuesday the resignation of U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security adviser showed that efforts were being made to undermine Russian-U.S. relations, but the Kremlin declined to comment.

Flynn was a strong advocate for the need for softer foreign policy toward Russia and his departure could slow Trump’s pledge to improve relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Fellow lawmaker Konstantin Kosachev, who leads the upper house of parliament’s international affairs committee, said the resignation could be a sign of growing anti-Russian feeling in the White House.

Kosachev noted that “either Trump has not gained the requisite independence and he is gradually being (not unsuccessfully) backed into a corner, or Russophobia has already infected the new administration also from top to bottom,” Kosachev said on social media. Link: Read Complete Article


Russian Insiders Fear Washington Establishment Will Assassinate Trump

INFOWARS – February 14, 2017: Russian insiders are fearful that the Washington establishment will attempt to assassinate Donald Trump, according to a magazine with deep ties to the globalist elite.

The revelation is buried deep within a Foreign Policy article about how the Kremlin is confused about how to respond to Trump’s role as a “revolutionary insurgent with a mission to dismantle America’s “old regime.”

From “conversations with Russian policymakers and experts,” the article makes it clear that power players in Moscow are concerned about Trump even being able to see out his first four years in office.

“What the Kremlin fears most today is that Trump may be ousted or even killed. His ouster, Kremlin insiders argue, is bound to unleash a virulent and bipartisan anti-Russian campaign in Washington,” states the piece.

“The Kremlin is perfectly aware that Democrats want to use Russia to discredit and possibly impeach Trump while Republican elites want to use Russia to deflate and discipline Trump. The Russian government fears not only Trump’s downfall, of course, but also the possibility that he could opportunistically switch to a tough anti-Moscow line in order to make peace with hawkish Republican leaders in Congress.”

Foreign Policy is in a position to know the machinations of Washington insiders given that it is owned by The Washington Post Company (now Graham Holdings Company) and headed up by CEO David Rothkopf, a top globalist who is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a former managing director of Kissinger Associates.

Many of Trump’s Russian admirers also share his dream of “purging the globalist elites,” according to the article, another reason why they fear he will be targeted for assassination. Link: Read Complete Article


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