Trump will come to Helsinki to meet Putin dragging the chains of a Russian policy few understand, none accept the origins of, a policy whose roots are suppressed as “conspiratorial” or, even more frightening, erased entirely from history.
American policy has always been driven by “the banks” but few if any know what or who “the banks” are or know the names, Schiff, Harriman, Kuhn, Loeb, Rothschild or Warburg.
Those are the chains that Trump will drag to Helsinki, the chains that will choke off détente or fall aside.
The current warlike stance NATO has taken against Russia will be a major issue between Presidents Putin and Trump when they meet for their first “one on one” sit-down. America’s inexplicable direction toward Russia, renewed sanctions, bizarre actions in Syria and a massive military buildup aimed at Russia must be addressed.
Can Trump’s bellicosity be ended? As Trump is surrounded by the same Bush/Neocon war adherents that surrounded both Bush presidents, men he openly despises, will Putin be able to reach Trump and give him needed guidance, assuming Trump’s public statements on desiring a bettering of relations with Russia are genuine?
Moreover, is their more than a century of historical momentum driving America and Russia, who might otherwise be allies as they were during World War II, toward conflict? We will look at several eras, examine some suppressed history and test our theories.
The Poisoning of America
Media and academia move hand in hand, focused where the dollars send them, and dollars always support conflict, real or imagined. As usual, it is the unasked question that defines where the truth abides, always hidden away, wai ting to expose itself. It is this hidden truth that may well come out of the shadows during the upcoming Putin/Trump confab in Helsinki scheduled for mid-July 2018. It may well change everything.
We begin with a startling admission, US-Russia relations have never been worse than under Trump. Trump ordered attacks on Syria twice, based on what many if not most agree were staged WMD attacks America herself was likely behind.
On a daily basis, America’s media is flooded with stories about Russian aggression, each more lurid, each more imaginary than the last.