Saturday, July 7, 2018

The Rise of Putin and The Fall of The Jewish Oligarchs part 2


10 comments:

Tim said...

putin has a rabbi named lazar

Scorpio said...

I'm familiar with the theory that Putin is Jewish, but I simply don't buy it. Why would a Jew work so hard to restore Orthodox Christianity in Russia? Why is he one of the most demonized leaders on the planet at the moment? Putin almost single handedly stopped the sell of of Russian assets to the west))). I'm not saying that he's a living saint or anything but he does appear to be a wild card that has shaked up the plans of the oligarchs.

The Ogster said...

Good 2 part reminder of what went on, never once a single mention of them being jewish, except mention of 1 guy living in israhell

Erik Paul said...

Putin's mother was Jewish so he has the "right of return." Don't forget we're watching a global stage play produced, scripted and directed by International Jewry. They control and manage both sides of the dialectic. They will never allow someone they don't control to have any power. As for the Russian Orthodox Church, it appears to be corrupt.

Scorpio said...

@EP - Any proof for Putin's mother being jewish? Proof ROC is corrupt? Either way, it's certainly better than the godless state of years past.

Scorpio said...

" There were other pensioners living in our apartment as well, although they weren't there long. They played a role in my baptism. Baba Anya was a religious person, and she used to go to church. When I was born, she and my mother had me baptized. They kept it a secret from my father, who was a party member and secretary of the party organization in his factory shop."

(talking about his neighbors in their communal apartment growing up) "Her father was a tailor, and although he seemed quite elderly, he would stitch on his sewing machine for whole days at a time. They were religious Jews. They did not work on the Sabbath, and the old man would recite the Talmud, droning away. Once, I couldn't hold back any longer and asked what he was chanting. He explained about the Talmud, and I immediately lost interest."

Excerpts from Putin's autobiography

Erik Paul said...


Putin’s maternal grandfather was a Jew involved in the bolshevik revolution, his paternal grandfather worked all his life as the chef of Lenin and Stalin. His paternal grandfather, Spiridon Ivanovich Putin (1879–1965), was employed at Vladimir Lenin‘s dacha at Gorki as a cook, and after Lenin’s death in 1924, he continued to work for Lenin’s wife, Nadezhda Krupskaya. He would later cook for Joseph Stalinwhen the Soviet leader visited one of his dachas in the Moscow region. Spiridon later was employed at a dacha belonging to the Moscow City Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, at which the young Putin would visit him.

His other grandfather was a jew from a Ukranian village and a bolshevik activist.
Putin was put into power by the Federation Of Jewish Organizations In Russia. The Jewish Chairman of this organization Abramovich stated in a 2005 interview that Putin could obtain Israeli citizenship if he wanted as an ethnic Jew. And that his mother was a Jew Shelomova. This makes Putin full Jewish by Jewish law.

Scorpio said...

@EP - links?
I'm not trying to be shitty with you. I've enjoyed your comments over the years, don't get me wrong.
Be careful thinking you know how the entire system works. There are many players seeking power.
It's human nature to want to believe that you know how the world works, when the truth is, we are all on the outside looking in.

Erik Paul said...

Scorp, if I had all that shit saved I'd gladly post it for you but I don't. I happened to have that piece on my computer but I don't recall where it came from. It seemed to be ligit and it jibed with numerous other sources I came across concerning Putin. He doesn't appear to have been raised Jewish but his heritage definitely seems to be. Personally I don't give a rat's ass one way or the other. I do research for myself alone so I'm not cataloging references so I can convince others of anything. Everyone needs to do their own research and I don't care if they agree with me or not but I'm always open different ideas and new information. Cheers!

Scorpio said...

Fair enough. I'm not trying to defend Putin as some great savior, but in my eyes the pieces don't fit together.
At least we both agree that the earf isn't flat. - lol
Please keep posting comments.
cheers