Putin is welcome here and no one will arrest him! – South Africa’s EFF Commander-in-Chief

Watch the video HERE .

Comment: This is not an endorsement of Putin or Russia and not a support for Western involvement in the war in Ukraine. Yes, I believe that this war was provoked by NATO countries under the direction of the US. I know the whole history of the Maidan revolt, I know who financed it, who then dictated political “solution” and influenced the consequent elections. It is not difficult to notice that ethnic Ukrainians are not ruling Ukraine, today. I suspect that there is a huge agenda at play and I suspect that Russia, with its positional war, is part of this agenda aimed at depopulation of Ukraine (both casualties of war and emigration) and demolition of its outdated infrastructure.

In 2012, Henry Kissinger predicted trouble in the Middle East and the necessity of moving the state of Israel somewhere else within 10 years. Of course, to implement this “solution”, there needs to be a humanitarian justification. We see Israel agressively provoking a war with its neghbours but they are smart, they know the game, too. In addition, the changing climate is a bad news for Middle East’s future, while Ukraine is fertile, cool, and full of fresh water. Not to mention its central location supporting international trade between the West, the East, the North, and the Souith. The partial overlap with historical Khazar Empire may support future claims, as well.

It is interesting to see that Canada does not condemn this policy of provocations leading to a bloody war in the Middle East. Perhaps, our leaders feel that Israel has legitimate security concerns. If so, then why are we supporting Ukraine, not Russia? Russia, too, has legitimate security concerns about NATO moving its military bases and weapons eastward, towards its borders. The same concerns that once justified a decisive action of the US military during the Cuban missile crisis in 1962. NATO has broken promises made to Soviets in 1991, that it would not move one inch eastward, if Moscow agreed to the reunification of Germany.

On the other hand, Russia’s politics and propaganda are often not truthful and honest, either. For example, in 2018, Putin falsely blamed Poland of starting WW2. He accused Poland of collaborating with the Nazis and annexing Zaolzie, where a majority of population were Polish – exactly the same kind of claim that Putin himself used to justify the annexation of Crimea in 2014.

More recently, Dmitry Medvedev, the former president of Russia, accused Poland of planning to annex western Ukraine. He did not mention that Russia once participated in Three Partitions of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1772, 1793 and 1795), that it has collaborated with Nazis before WW2 (MolotovRibbentrop Pact) and then taken over Eastern Europe after WW2. He did not mention the annexation of Crimea and Eastern Ukraine, either.


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