Duma Member Yevgeny Fedorov on U.S.-Russia Proxy War

Friday night’s radio program featuring ‘W the Intelligence Insider’ hosted by the Guerrilla Economist included an extensive discussion of Russia. ‘W’ observed from a business person contact in Croatia and other observers that the Russian people appear to be firmly behind their government, and that Russians view the Kremlin’s actions in Ukraine as fundamentally defensive or a counteroffensive waged after years or decades of encroachment by the U.S. and NATO. 

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Rumors of War with Russia, Part 7: The Russian Battlefield EW ‘Off Switch’ is Real

Back in April 2014 shortly after Russian forces bloodlessly secured Crimea’s referendum on secession from Ukraine and rejoining Russia, a close encounter occurred between a Sukhoi 24 strike fighter and the destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG-75) in international waters of the Black Sea. A Su-24 “Fencer” made multiple passes over the American warship before returning to base in Crimea. On this much all sides agree, but everything else thereafter disputed.

Russian sources claim that the 1970s designed, Eighties-built Su-24 switched on an electronic jamming pod to temporarily blind the systems of the Cook, resulting in the unnerving of several sailors and their resignations upon the ship’s return to port in Romania. 

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Lowdown Dirty PsyOps: from JadeHelm15 to NATO’s Pet Azov Neo-Nazis

“People are coming up to me on the street, saying ‘Is it true martial law is coming?  Have you heard about this?’ They don’t even know that we’re where the story came from…they’re asking me if it’s true. No, they’re not going to [martial law] take over this summer…probably.” – Alex Jones, speaking to Michigan Radio’s Steve Carmody

“Deception is a state of mind and the mind of the State.” – James Jesus Angleton, chief of CIA counterintelligence, 1954-1975

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Grandmaster Disaster: The Only Way the Turk Wins the Chessmatch is Not to Play the Empire’s Strange Game

By now it should be obvious to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan that he and Turkey are being set up as Washington’s ‘fall guys’ for the spectacular rise of and failure to root out ISIS. So why are the Turks playing along? Why is Ankara waging wars it can’t simultaneously win against Kurdistan and the Russian-backed Assad regime?

This was the question troubling the Russia Analyst this week. 

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