Are Putin’s Comments on Satanism and Pedophilia in Politics Turning Out to be True?
Vladimir Putin has boldly accused the power players of the West of participating in a kind of culture only people weary of Hollywood may be able to recognize.
Putin said: “The excesses of political correctness have reached the point where people are seriously talking about registering political parties whose aim is to promote paedophilia. People in many European countries are embarrassed or afraid to talk about their religious affiliations.”
“Holidays are abolished or even called something different; their essence is hidden away, as is their moral foundation. And people are aggressively trying to export this model all over the world. I am convinced that this opens a direct path to degradation and primitivism, resulting in a profound demographic and moral crisis,” he continued.
He could be referring to things like the Australian Safe Schools Program, a controversial program with very questionable material in a large part influenced by an academic man who openly promoted pedophilia, in this academic, detached and privileged atmosphere where few dared question him.
Let’s be real though: he’s talking about people like Jeffery Epstein, and at this point that person’s history no longer requires much emphasis. He’s talking in more depth, about social engineering politeness and frankly weakness into civilian populations.
More specifically when Putin referred to moral crisis, he’s talking about what Hollywood seems to be systematically instilling in people. How Hollywood is influencing “moral crisis,” that is up to the observation of anyone reading this article to notice, and hopefully it doesn’t go unnoticed.
Something strange can happen in the decade we find ourselves in. Within a shorter period of time than probably ever, a new phrase, a new idea, or a new piece of propaganda can be solidified in stone in the minds of everybody, in response to something very quickly.
In response to what? Something that poses a threat to the establishment narrative, you know what it is. A perfect example of the media’s ability to crystallize new buzz words and phrases, concepts and talking points in people exists with the phrase “fake news.”
Anybody who paid attention to anything prior to 2016 could observe that this new phrase “fake news,” immediately came about and was engineered in people’s consciousness in a very clearly artificial way. It’s observable because one minute, the phrase “fake news” didn’t exist as a phrase, and then you had television news networks across America and the world saying it,
The stark reality of the fact that the phrase “fake news” could have come out of some CIA, intelligence agency think tank as a way to get the public quickly dismissive of important facts and information, is evident in this. This is a Google Trends report on the phrase “fake news.” When did it start rising, from almost never being searched at all? Exactly the middle of November 2016.
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Now with this in mind, how to recognize media manipulation, let’s think abut why Russia really started getting demonized in the media for the past several years. It was probably Putin’s astute criticism of social engineering in the West, among other factors in their longstanding rivalry.
Frankly, the best advice that could be given to any thinker, or person really interested to know the truth no matter where it takes them, is this. Don’t even believe what you believe, when you realize you can’t believe in anything.
In other words, without getting too cynical it’s best to not be 100% percent, rigidly certain about anything at all in this world, because it could be very different from how we think. Think about what other possibilities that, albeit seem less likely, just could be the way it really is when it comes to the situation between Russia and the US.
What if Putin was raised to be an oligarch, just playing a role to drum up a false rivalry between the United States side of power and Russia, just to fulfill a long-term power agenda?
What if this was all theater, to an even further level and on all sides? What if maintaining this ever present threat of conflict is necessary to justify military expenditures, budget maintenance favoring the defense contractors and all of them?
Who knows what the truth is. Life is an interesting, colorful and intensely varying mix of good and evil, joy and misery, and part of the joy is discovering how the world really works, even if that doesn’t always lead to a positive revelation.