Monday, March 24, 2014

KGB Putin's Jew Antisemite Vladimir Zhirinovsky and the KGB's Quest for a New Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact for the Ukraine

For years, I have been warning my readers about KGB Putin's jew antisemite Vladimir Zhirinovsky:

KGB Putin, KGB "Antisemites", Vladimir Lukin and Dmitry Yarosh, February 28, 2014

Heads Up Armenians! April 23, 2010

Back on 21 January 2014, I warned that the KGB Putin was working on a new Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact for the Ukraine:

Is a New Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact in the Works for the Ukraine? January 21, 2014

Reuters is reporting that Vladimir Zhirinovsky has written to "the governments of Poland, Romania and Hungary" proposing in essence a new Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact for the Ukraine:

Russian politician proposes new divisions of Ukraine

Zhirinovsky, who has since been forced to concede that he is a jew, has long been suspected of being an agent of the KGB. Donald Murray wrote in 1995:

"A birth certificate unearthed by reporters in Alma-Ata indicated that his father was Wolf Eidelshtein, whom his mother had married five months earlier.12 Zhirinovsky denied this, saying it was a fabrication of the Kazakh authorities to descredit him. [***] Oleg Kalugin was a senior officer in the KGB in this period. He eventually rose to the rank of general before leaving the service in 1990 and publicly denouncing its abuses. Kalugin said KGB sources told him that, far from being an outsider and a man alone, Zhirinovsky was recruited while a student to do low-level work for military counter-intelligence, the Third Directorate of the KGB.13 [***] Zhirinovsky's political chance came at a time of gathering political collapse. In April of 1991, with Boris Yeltsin having pushed through the Russian Congress the principle of presidential elections, Mikhail Gorbachev and the Soviet leadership drew up a strategy to stop him. They would encourage and help as many candidates as possible to try to force Yeltsin into a second, runoff round by depriving him of 50 per cent of the vote. Zhirinovsky was one of the first to benefit from that decision. On 12 April his Liberal Democratic Party was officially registered, despite the fact that it had only 146 official members.15 According to Roy Medvedev, then a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, Zhirionovsky was invited to meet one of Gorbachev's most senior advisers, the speaker of the Soviet parliament, Anatoli Lukyanov, and his aides. He also met the head of the KGB, Viktor Krychkov. His posters, leaflets, and program were all printed by the Communist Party publisher on the presses of Pravda.16"--Donald Murray, Democracy of Despots, McGill-Queen's University Press, Quebec, (1995), pp. 201-202.

Michael McFaul stated in 1993:

"After the 1991 putsch, Yeltsin appointed a committee to investigate the activites of the security agencies during the coup; that committee charged Zhirinovsky with conspiring with the KGB and the state Emergency Committee. [***] Zhirinovsky's education and employment record fuel suspicion of his ties to the KGB. He received his first degreee from the Institute of Asian and African Countries at Moscow State University, which was notorious as a training center for KGB agents. Likewise, before perestroika, the Soviet Peace Committee was widely regarded by both the West and Soviet Union as a KGB front."--Michael McFaul, The Troubled Birth of Russian Democracy: Parties, Personalities, and Programs, Hoover Institution Press, Publication No. 415, USA, (1993), p. 301.

The obscene number of Putin apologists/America bashers appearing across the internet is a dangerous sign that the communist party is very strong in numbers and powerful in influence. The communists are especially vocal and numerous in the libertarian party, the antizionist crowd and the White Nationalist movement.