It is very common today that people accuse each other of being Putin’s agents or at least useful idiots. In general this is seldom based on an in-depths analysis with a wide range of details forming a complex picture. Usually the level of already successful subversion which dominates the discourse is underestimated or folks are not aware something like that exists. It is indeed eye-opening to listen today to the dire warnings of KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov who described the dangers of ideological subversion in the 1980’s. We see the results with wokeism and cancel culture which distract us as indivuals and as citizens of a nation. Bezmenov recommended to watch what happens at universities and forget about the Hollywood nonsense of James Bond movies. Armchair agents in mainstream media use to do the exact opposite and boast about it with clichees when a story about a female GRU agent in Naples is published.
Bell¿ngcat did excellent research and the article on Maria Adela Kuhfeldt Rivera (a false identity) really is worth reading. She posed as a jeweller (though pieces she offered seemed to come from China) to get access to society and hopefully meet NATO officers stationed in Naples. What „Der Spiegel“ promises with a big team in a cover story on „Putin’s saboteurs – How Putin’s agents undermine Germany“ becomes partly true as Adela was somebody’s agent next door („How good do you know your neighbour?“ a newsletter asks). It stimulates a vague feeling of danger and at the same time draws a line between possible agents and our everyday life. What is a remarkable piece of investigation by Bell¿ingcat shows how a certain kind of agents operate. It is not the overall picture from our perspective but it is a vital contribution to it. We need counterintelligence based on the degree of penetration of our countries by Russian intelligence – and this is about high-ranking politicians, military, economy, media, administration, intelligence services, NGOs etc. You’d bet „Der Spiegel“ and those journalists who admire their colleagues would not connect all the dots but continue to force the covert Russian agenda.
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While nearly the whole world is held hostage in the plandemic other events have far less public attention. But there are connections, especially if we take a closer look at new Russiagate developments. US intelligence agencies were deliberately misled by the Steele dossier against Donald Trump during the Obama administration. Immediately after his inauguration Trump visited the CIA making cryptic remarks on building a hall without (fifth) columns. It is far more than an ongoing conflict between Democrats and Republicans visible also in the „Corona crisis“ because this is about treason and deception. And about networks involved which have much to do with the plandemic and with international politics. It gets very interesting here in the „Tablet Magazine“: „Christopher Steele, the former British spy whose memos regarding the Trump campaign’s possible ties to Russia are referred to as the Steele dossier, reached out to Sen. Mark Warner, the ranking Democratic member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, through a Russian-linked Washington, D.C., lobbyist named Adam Waldman. Among Waldman’s clients is Oleg Deripaska, a Russian aluminum magnate with close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin.“
In 2009 Waldman filed papers with the Department of Justice under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) to register himself as an agent for Deripaska to provide “legal advice on issues involving his U.S. visa as well as commercial transactions” for $ 40.000 per month. One year later he registered as an agent additionally for Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, “gathering information and providing advice and analysis as it relates to the U.S. policy towards the visa status of Oleg Deripaska,” which included meetings with policymakers. From Waldmans FARA filings we can estimate that he got at least $ 2.36 million from Deripaska. One might ask why Deripaska is so important for Russia but Oligarchs are about Foreign Direct Investment. Alexander Lebedev quotes Deripaska in his book „Hunt the Banker. Confessions of an Ex-Oligarch“: „Oleg Deripaska, the owner of Rusal aluminium, very succinctly articulated the Russian oligarch’s credo in a 2007 interview with the Financial Times. ‘If the state says we must renounce (the company), we shall do so. I do not see myself as separate from the state. I have no other interest.’“
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