Edit: this recent law change adds fuel to speculation that Putin is controlled by Chabad, and that while thousands of Slavic Christians are slaughtered on both sides, that Jews pulling the strings are leading the fight on both sides.
Putin recently fired a minister who dared criticize Chabad.
So, if you though you might be able to find refuge in the “former” Soviet Union, think again.
Even after many fled the Soviet Union in the 70s and 80s, they still have an undeniable death-grip on Slavic peoples.
Article from Slate.
[Forward] Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday making the denial of Nazi crimes and distortion of the Soviet Union’s role in the World War Two a criminal offence punishable by up to five years in jail.
The law, described by critics as an attempt to curb freedom of expression to appease conservative Russians, the ex-KGB spy’s main support base, also criminalises the public desecration of war memorials.
The Kremlin has used World War Two as a pillar to unite a society that Putin has said lost its moral bearings following the 1991 Soviet collapse.
The yids have pulled the strings in Russia since 1917.
Then Stalin conveniently had a "Stroke" when he started coming after them.
The Chabad/Lubavitch are a small sect similar in numbers and proportional influence in the Jewish Community as the SSPX has to the whole Catholic Church. As the link to this article reads "Members of the organization have also not-so-subtly criticized the former chief rabbi of Moscow, Pinchas Goldschmidt, who is not a member of the movement, for his decision to leave Russia and his community in order to more freely criticize the war and Putin."
The vast majority of Jews are secular and matetialistic far left LGBTQ+ and abortion advocates and supporters of Marxist and Masonic movements. Sects like the Lubavitch are content living in their ghetto communities.
OMG! Et Tu Putin?
Huh! But, what else?
Russia still needs to be converted, right?!
Oceania, Eurasia and Eastasia. What's it to be this week, Vlad?
Et Tu Putin?
VP, an eager and early front row admirer of Klaus Schwab.
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