by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:

As you might have gathered from this week’s blogs, I am very suspicious that there may be a connection between the Francis Scott Key Bridge Attack, and the West’s actions in the Ukraine from the Kerch Strait Bridge attacks to the recent terrorist murders of over a hundred Russians at the Crocus concert hall in Moscow. As one might expect, and as I alluded to in Monday’s blog (“A Bridge In Baltimore, Part One”), there have been further developments in the Moscow story, with the FSB (Federalnaya sluzhba Bezopaznosti) head Bortnikov giving a rare public press conference on the Russian intelligence agency’s developing case for deeper western involvement behind the alleged ISIS- shooters who, in very uncharacteristic Islamic-terrorist-fashion, did not commit suicide upon danger of apprehension.  And of course, there is that strange remark by Victoria Nuland in January before the Russian elections overwhelmingly returned Mr. Putin to power (thanks again to V.T. and P.T. and to all the rest of you for sharing these three articles):


The fact that Mr. Bortnikov made such a rare public appearance and clearly fingered the Ukraine, UK, and USA is worrying enough, but that he did so in no uncertain terms is even more concerning:

Russia has come out and bluntly stated that “The United States, Britain and Ukraine are behind the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall,” the chief of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov has told the media. As I have said, NOBODY who thinks even objectively ever thought for one half-a-second that this had anything to do with ISIS or any Islamic Terrorist attack. First of all, it would be the first time such an act took place, and the terrorists tried to run. They typically die in such events, for they believe all their sins will be forgiven, and they get the 72 virgins.

Unfortunately, this was not very sophisticated to really try to cover up the source being Ukraine. They wanted Russia to know who was really behind this to provoke an attack on any NATO country so they could claim Russia was the aggressor. They need Russia to formally attack first to rally the stupid to die on the battlefield in Ukraine for God & Country, which is really for the NEOCONS since we don’t really have a president in charge of anything.

In this respect, and in an unusual departure from the normal practice on this website, I want to revisit an issue I briefly referred to in this previous Wednesday’s blog, but which now must occupy our center attention, and it is a bombshell and, I believe, a warning and statement of intention:

No ‘unfriendly nations’ for Russia, only ‘unfriendly elites’ – Putin

As this article indicates, Mr. Putin made some unusual remarks to various artists while he was on a “working tour” of the Tver region.  Mr. Putin made the remarks in the context of recent moves in the West to “cancel” Russian culture, including such stupidities and nonsense as cancelling programs and performances of Russian music by Russian composers such as Tchaikovsky. Well, good luck with that, because that means not performing a quite considerable swath of the classical music repertoire if one wants to ban all of Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Scriabin, Rimsky-Korsakov, and so on, and by implication other Russian artists and literati, Pushkin, Chekov, Tolstoy, Dostoyevski, Nabakov, Solzhenitsyn… you get the idea. Frankly, if we’re going to start banning people because we don’t want to hear them, then my vote is for not hearing from Bai Den Dzhao or Lindsey Grahamcracker ever again.  But even better, let’s not ban anyone at all, and yes, that means allowing Bai Den Dzhao and Lindsey Grahamcracker to continue to cluck and crow so we can continue to enjoy our Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff. if I have to have the misfortune of accidentally overhearing Bar Den Dzhao or the Grahamcracker so I can continue to enjoy some Prokofiev, then it’s a price I’ll gladly pay.

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