A Vital Batchelor-Cohen Update

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Wed, Dec 5, 2018 - 11:44am

It turns out that Professor Cohen was actually in Moscow when the events in the Kerch Strait transpired ten days ago. He's back in the US now and provides some essential background information on this latest crisis within the New Cold War.

In lieu of a regular TFMR podcast today, please take time to listen to this JBSFC. I know that many of you have grown weary of the Cold War stuff over the past few months. However, as this latest flare-up demonstrates, the crisis could spill over into full-scale hostilities at any moment so you must remain on top of the situation.

Thus, it is IMPERATIVE that you listen to this podcast today and bring yourself up-to-speed on all of the ongoing events. As usual, the perspective and intelligence shared by John and Steve is like no other coverage anywhere in western media. It's fair, honest and objective...and this is precisely the type of analysis you need at critical moments.

Again, please be sure to listen this week and every week that John and Steve are able to get together for a discussion.


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Joseph Warren
Dec 9, 2018 - 9:21pm
Joseph Warren
Dec 9, 2018 - 5:25am

Spoof on the Russian oligarchs

They raped Russia’s resources & caused her people horrible suffering after the fall of the USSR. Putin ended all that -

Robbie Williams | Party Like A Russian - Official Video
Mr. Fix
Dec 8, 2018 - 7:32pm

"The Soviet empire was essential in defeating the Nazis"

The fact of the matter is,

Russia is essential in defeating the Nazis,

Which is something that hasn't happened yet.

The Nazis were never defeated in World War II, only the Germans.

The Nazis left Germany, and infiltrated governments all over the world, the European Union is firmly under Nazi control, a good chunk of South America is, and Washington DC is the head of the Nazi empire now.

Washington DC would never acknowledge that Russia defeated the Nazis, because that would mean they would have to surrender first.

And that's not going to happen without quite a fight.

Look at it this way:

The Nazi empire equals the swamp Trump is pretending to drain.

The only thing Russia has successfully accomplished, is they have expelled the Nazi influence from its own government.

But the Nazi empire will never let them live in peace, Until either Russia is conquered, annihilated, or the Nazi empire based in Washington DC is defeated.

That's going to require turning everything inside the Beltway into a monster crater.

And, if you don't take out the Vatican, they'll just do it again.

This particular brand of totalitarian evil goes back thousands upon thousands of years.

The Washington Post simply wants us to believe that the Nazis have been defeated.

They run the Washington Post.

They are particularly good at propaganda.

Dec 7, 2018 - 6:07pm
Mr. Fix
Dec 7, 2018 - 12:12am

The picture that says 1000 words...

One Snub Too Many: Kremlin Sours On Trump As "Patience Coming To An End"

Trump and Putin briefly cross paths in Buenos Aires. Getty Images

“We can do ‘give and take’ but not ‘give and give’.”

Angry Chef
Dec 6, 2018 - 11:36am

Why Russia won’t invade the Ukraine, the Baltic statelets or...

...anybody else


Mr. Fix, thanks for posting the JPF commentary above. Spot on. He quotes the Saker article from the breakout of the incident in the Sea of Azov recently. The above is a follow up article which IMHO. He hits out of the park. Until we recognize that it our system and it's Neo-Con backers of Empire that is the cause of all the unholy strife in this World. We shall forever be ruled by a group of psychopathic autocrats that don't care about it's citizens nor the entire population of the planet.

Mr. Fix
Dec 6, 2018 - 9:59am

I agree that this is a genuinely important topic...

It's good to have an interesting topic for discussion, particularly when events are genuine, and have global importance.

Unlike Dr. Cohen, who somehow thinks that the Nazi empire run out of Washington DC is somehow comparable to the administrations involved in the old Cold War, and that Vladimir Putin bears any resemblance to the cold war dictators of Russia, I've got a somewhat different take on these things.

In the old Cold War, hostilities were a complete contrivance, as we needed a boogie man to justify an obscene military budget, and the governments on both sides were in on the scam.

Now, we have the makings of a genuine both ideological, and theological impasse, as Vladimir Putin seems to be genuinely representing the interests of Russia, and its population, while Washington DC doesn't give a shit about the people they govern, or humanity in general, other than to treat human beings as property, to be disposed of when it no longer servers the interests of the deep state to allow them to live in peace.

What we have here is a genuine battle between globalism, and nationalism, unlike the contrived one here in the United States, where both sides in a contrived public political narrative are actually globalists, with only one side pretending to be nationalist.

In Russia, Vladimir Putin is a genuine nationalist.

Since the powers that be have crafted the world's most dominant military force for the sole purpose of global dominance, Russia presents a genuine thorn in the globalist's collective ass.

The analysis by Dr. Cohen of the motives pertaining to the Ukrainian leadership was fairly decent, but he conveniently left out the reality that the Ukrainian government is just a puppet of the Nazi military empire headquartered out of Washington DC, and ultimately run by the Vatican. A global totalitarian dictatorship with the evisceration of human rights has always been their goal, and as best as I can tell, Vladimir Putin seems to be one of the only National leaders standing up in opposition to this truly demonic empire of lies.

At least he's the only one with an effective enough military to stand his ground.

Dr. Cohen at least mentioned the desire of the Ukrainian government to the blow up the bridge over the strait, but as far as I can tell, that's exactly what the goal was.

The population of Crimea voted 95% to 5% to rejoin the Russian sphere of influence, and it is absurd to keep regurgitating the mainstream propaganda that Russia stole Crimea.

Is it really not allowed to state the facts correctly, in that the residents of Crimea wished to not participate in their own enslavement under a Nazi totalitarian dictatorship, and instead sought the protection of a sovereign that actually had respect for the rule of law?

If you're going to be included in an American radio broadcast, it certainly is not allowed.

In part two,

Dr. Cohen seems to be a little bit befuddled regarding the breakdown of negotiations between Trump and Putin. He mentions that the United States has withdrawn from its agreements with Russia regarding nuclear weapons, which shouldn't be a surprise, since the United States Government has reneged on every single treaty it has ever made, which is consistent with the way it operates with complete lawlessness within its own borders.

What we have here, is an irreconcilable ideological difference between liberty and tyranny.

There really isn't anything to negotiate.

Dr. Cohen goes on to speculate on the collapse of the Ukrainian government, which is an impossibility.

The criminals running the central banks will simply conjure up as much money as it takes to prop up this puppet regime until its usefulness in instigating a global conflict becomes nullified. It's the same story under every Central bank owned regime.

This means going after the puppeteers, and not the puppets.

Dr. Cohen's account of debating whether or not to continue the Cold War in front of Papa Bush was interesting, because it would appear that Ronald Reagan and Gorbachev put a serious kink in the global domination agenda.

Papa Bush knew that optics and public opinion were important, and was well-versed in the art of grand deception. It's entirely plausible that Papa Bush made a calculated decision that Russia had become too weak to pose any serious threat to the United States global domination agenda, and figured it would be more advantageous to destroy the liberties within his own borders for a generation, instead of screwing with Russia.

Plus, he knew that there was a serious effort within Russia itself to retake the government, and re-institute the totalitarian dictatorship that Washington DC had grown to love so much.

So papa Bush succeeded in undermining and destroying individual liberties in America, but lost control over the Russian government, which eventually under Vladimir Putin became an example of responsible leadership, much to the horror and dismay of the CIA, Vatican, and its military industrial complex.

Apparently, the deep state of Russia failed to regain control, through relatively bloodless means, and now, it has been decided that the only plausible option, is to just start bombing the shit out of Russian allies using contrived proxy armies such as ISIS, to instigate a war that any human being with a moral backbone would clearly oppose.

I think Papa Bush knew that the optics of unilaterally starting a conflict with Russia back in 1989 would have been political suicide, and literally used professor Cohen's arguments to maintain his own political future, and that of future administrations, also under firm control.

It has taken several administrations to conjure up an effective proxy army to be used to terrorize, torture and kill freedom loving human beings, and to give the powers that be effective political cover for initiating a new global conflict. Unfortunately for them, most of their false flag attacks are clearly visible to any genuine intelligence agency, particularly those who answer to Vladimir Putin.

This has helped keep Vladimir Putin one step ahead of an Evil Empire hellbent on global terror and dominance.

As a middle-management mouthpiece for the Evil Empire of lies, Donald Trump has done as an effective job as possible at pretending to oppose the totalitarian deep state, but his actions and policies regarding the Ukraine and Russia reveal where his loyalties are.

Then again, it's entirely plausible he has no genuine power whatsoever, as presidents of United States have been kept out of the deep state intelligence loop since Eisenhower, although Papa Bush was a genuine true believer in a global totalitarian dictatorship, and spoke hundreds of times in public on the "New World order”. It's also why he organized the assassination of JFK.

Every president since Papa Bush has worked to advance the globalist New World order agenda.

What has become apparent, is that Vladimir Putin genuinely opposes the New World order, and actually has the power to do it, while Donald Trump pretends to.

For decent commentary on this discussion, a genuine researcher, Joseph P Farrell addressed this topic in this week's video podcast.

Unlike Dr. Cohen, Joseph P Farrell has gone to great lengths to document that the United States government is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Nazi empire, and documents how it was fully infiltrated shortly after World War II through "Operation Paperclip”, and with the help of the Vatican. Without an understanding of this dynamic, an accurate assessment as to the motives of the United States government becomes problematic at best.

Sound Money Minnow
Dec 6, 2018 - 8:42am

Angry Chef

Thanks for sharing those videos. One thing for sure Putin is no globalist. I think Putin has a better idea of sound money than the western world. He doesn't want to be played by the globalist crony one world order folks.

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