The latest video by Greg Reese.
People of the West are being told that Putin is so bad, that nuclear war is a reasonable option to get rid of him.
And if you think this may be true, I urge you first to take the time to watch Oliver Stone’s interview with Vladimir Putin and see for yourself if this one man is worth starting a war over.
The Mainstream talking point is that Vladimir Putin is a killer, because he was in the KGB. But what they won’t tell you is that he resigned from the KGB, because he did not agree with their methods. He described Communism as a “blind alley, far away from the mainstream of civilization.”
He is a patriot of Old Russia, the thousand-year melting pot of many cultures and for his entire leadership, has sought peace with NATO.
For a brief moment, it looked as if President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev were going to end the Mutually-Assured Destruction arms race between the two countries.
But by the time Putin got a seat at the table, the mood had changed. Putin tells us that President Clinton tried persuading him to join the US, in leaving the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty of 1972, citing an ambiguous threat from Iran as an excuse.
Putin suggested that if they were to abandon this foundation of arms control, then they should develop a new anti-ballistic agreement.
The United States had other plans and after 9/11, President Bush announced that the US would withdraw from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.
After doing this, the US then began developing missile systems around Russia’s borders.
Putin has been assisting the United States in the war against terror and has seen how the US have been using terrorist groups against Russia.
(Excerpt from Oliver Stone’s 2017 interview with Vladimir Putin)
PUTIN: I’m going to say something very important, I believe. We had a very confident opinion back then that our American partners in words were talking about support to Russia, the need to cooperate, including fighting terrorism, but in reality were using those terrorists to destabilize the internal political situation in Russia.
When US-backed terrorists in Georgia attacked South Ossetia, Russia moved in to defend civilians and the American media spun it as if Russia was the aggressor.
When an overwhelming majority of Crimeans voted to join Russia, the Western media spun it as if Russia had coerced them.
In 2012, the US State Department openly meddled in Russia’s election.
And in 2014, they orchestrated a violent overthrow of the Ukrainian government in plain view.
Early this year, the US State Department threatened to shut down the Nord Stream pipeline, followed by President Biden.
And now, it appears as if the US has done it, as the State Department brags about it.
While NATO desperately seeks world domination, the Russian Foreign Ministry has built an alliance with a majority of the world – an alliance backed by sound money that respects national sovereignty and strives for world peace.
At this point, it seems fairly obvious that if Americans don’t wake up to the fact that they are no longer the “Good Guys”, then stand to lose all the freedoms that American used to stand for.