Neo Soviet Union By Putin

“the disintegration of the Soviet Union is the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century”

“The integration of the former Soviet Union into a single geopolitical entity is a key priority for Russia”

– Putin, VOLDAI conference, September 2013

There is some bather in the article but this is of importance as this is what Jewish Putin and the Jews around him have been working on. Putin openly admits it right in the middle of a Political conference.. And is the key reason for the military invasion of the Ukraine by Russian troops in paramilitary uniforms directed by Moscow. And the thousand of people killed and hundreds of thousand displaced by the Jew Cabal in Moscow. They are trying to rebuild the Communist empire.

Is the main culprit Putin himself, who determined that the disintegration of the Soviet Union is the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century; who admires Stalin and reinstated the Soviet national anthem with different lyrics; the same Putin who, in the VOLDAI conference in September 2013, said that: The integration of the former Soviet Union into a single geopolitical entity is a key priority for Russia.

The real deal on Rabbi Putin’s, kosher creep cabal in Moscow:
Jewish Owned Russia Marching Into Jew World Order

For this article Rabbi Putin is crying six billion Talmudic tears.


Russia’s Putin Says Parts of Europe Have Lost ‘Vaccine’ for Nazism
The Moscow Times
Oct. 15 2014 13:42
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Valentyn Ogirenko / Reuters

President Vladimir Putin has expressed concerns about what he described as the rise of neo-Nazism in Europe, telling a Serbian publication that it was Russia’s duty to oppose fascism.

Putin’s comments, made to Serbia’s Politics magazine, came shortly before the Russian president was set to arrive in Belgrade to take part in events to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the city’s liberation from Nazi Germany on Thursday.

“Unfortunately, the ‘vaccine’ for the Nazi virus that was developed at the [post-war] Nuremburg trials has lost its power in certain countries of Europe. A clear example of this is the open manifestations of neo-Nazism that has become commonplace in Latvia and other Baltic countries,” Putin was cited as saying in the interview by RIA Novosti.

“The situation in Ukraine provokes particular concern in this regard; the anti-constitutional rebellion that took place in February was driven by nationalist forces and other radical groups,” Putin added.

Although the interview with Politics not set to be published until Thursday, Russia’s state-run RIA Novosti offered some tidbits of Putin’s comments in advance.

“It is our duty today to oppose the glorification of Nazism,” Putin said. “To firmly resist attempts to change the outcome of World War II. To consistently combat all forms and manifestations of racism, xenophobia, aggressive nationalism and chauvinism.”

Belgrade will be holding its first military parade in nearly 30 years on Thursday, to be attended by Putin.

Putin’s visit has already sparked criticism from the West, with U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Michael Kirby saying the Russian president’s visit was untimely.

“You can have good relations with Russia and China, and with the U.S. But our view of visits by Chinese and Russian officials differs. The Chinese have not attacked anyone, but the Russians have,” Kirby said in recent comments to Belgrade’s Vecernje Novosti newspaper.

Kirby was apparently referring to ongoing events in Ukraine, where the West believes pro-Russian separatists have been receiving Kremlin backing to fight Ukrainian troops.


Vladimir Putin invites Jews from Europe to move to Russia
January 20, 2016 Kommersant
President extends invitation to European Jewish Congress.

– Vladimir Putin during the meeting with members of the European Jewish Congress. Source:

Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with members of the European Jewish Congress on January 19, 2016 where he invited Jews to escape the anti-Semitic mood in Europe and come to Russia, writes the Kommersant business daily.

During the meeting, the Viatcheslav Kantor the president of the congress said that today the situation with Jews in Europe is “the worst since the end of World War II.”

According to Kantor anti-Semitism is growing in European countries and that “Jews are fleeing from what yesterday was a prosperous Europe.”

“Let them come to us,” said Putin. “In the Soviet Union they left [the country], but now let them come back.”

During the meeting with representatives of the European Jewish Congress, Putin acknowledged that the Schneerson library, which is currently housed at the Jewish Museum and Center of Tolerance in Moscow, had been a “bone of contention” for some time with members of the American community.

“I hope that now that these books will become available to all that want to read them, that they can be used for scientific purposes and that such acrimony should already have no place,” said Putin. “In my opinion the situation has changed dramatically.”

First published in Russian in Kommersant.