Putin is in “substantial danger of assassination”
The last time a visible man decided to stand up to the globalist establishment he was murdered in cold blood and in the light of day. That man was John F. Kennedy.
Before he died, he warned the world about the existence and spread of an unholy alliance between the political and corporate elites, who up until today, continue to work together to achieve what JFK foresaw as a potentially dark future, should people not oppose it forcefully.
Kennedy was clear in one of his multiple speeches as he warned about the impending tyranny:
“For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly-knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published, its mistakes are buried not headlined, its dissenters are silenced not praised.”
In 2015, the world has seen the rise of another political leader who has had the strength to stand up to the establishment. Vladimir Putin, who just as JFK is far from being a perfect man, has taught the West a lesson.
Putin has publicly unmasked the crimes and the lack of accountability of the elites that dominate the world and in doing so, he has exposed, just as JFK did, the kind of power humanity is fighting against.
It is early to say whether Putin wants to become the next JFK or whether he wants to become the next tyrant, but one thing is clear: Right now, Putin has temporarily postponed the plans of the political and corporate elites that govern over the world. This very fact has drawn a target on Putin’s back and it would not be absurd to think that him, just as JFK, may be in danger of being murdered.
If having Putin assassinated seems something far from reality, remember that the CIA was in charge of JFK’s assassination in 1963. Could the CIA take a shot at Putin today? They could certainly try to harm him. But if it’s not the CIA, there are numerous other organizations whose members would not think twice about doing it.
According to the former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under Ronald Reagan, Paul Craig Roberts, Putin is in great danger of being assassinated. His role in exposing the dark workings of the elites has been so clear that the powers that be may decide to take him out just as they did with John F. Kennedy.
In a recent interview on the Alex Jones Show, Roberts said that in addition to trying to assassinate Putin the controllers will continue to persecute whistleblowers and any other kind of dissident that dares oppose the agenda of the elites. “I think Putin is in substantial danger of assassination,” Roberts said. “I hope he stops walking around the streets unprotected,” said Roberts.
“Stop acting out of imperialistic ambitions”
Before speaking at the United Nations last month, Vladimir Putin was frank on a television interview where he said the US had to “rise above the endless desire to dominate the world”.
In a news conference that took place back in earlier, Putin exposed the truth behind the rise of terrorist groups in the Middle East and Northern Africa, where according to him, the United States had helped arm and train groups allied with Al-Qaeda in Libya, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Putin’s statements about the role of the US in the creation of terrorism in the Middle East went unanswered by the Americans. His multiple calls and offers to sit down with the Americans to negotiate the terms of a peace agreement in Syria, as it happened in Ukraine, have also been ignored by western leaders.
In his speech at the UN, Putin doubled down on his challenge to the status quo and said that the world could not afford to continue tolerating the current state of affairs.
Back in 2014, Herbert E. Meyer, a former CIA official, suggested that the US should deal with Putin’s role in Ukraine by taking him out through assassination. Meyer said that if Putin was too stubborn to acknowledge that his career was over, the only way to get him out of the Kremlin was feet-first, with a bullet hole in the back of his head.”
If you think that the crisis in Ukraine and the military crisis in Syria have not been enough to bring about a new world war, wait and see what will happen if the US, through any of its secretive intelligence organizations even attempts to assassinate Putin.