Putin adviser suggests that Russia “meddles” with our brains.

By |2019-02-11T10:37:19-08:00February 12th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |11 Comments

Here is a more fleshed out version of that quote from the source:

Foreign politicians ascribe to Russia interference in elections and referendums across the globe. In fact, the matter is even more serious – Russia interferes in their brains, and they do not know what to do with their own altered consciousness. Since, after the failed 90s, our country abandoned ideological loans, began to produce meanings and switched to the information counteroffensive to the West, European and American experts began to err in their forecasts more and more often. They are surprised and enraged by the paranormal preferences of the electorate. Confused, they announced the invasion of populism. You can say so, if there are no words.

Meanwhile, the interest of foreigners in the Russian political algorithm is understandable – there is no prophet in their homelands, and today everything that is happening to them has long been predicted by Russia.

The article also suggests that Russia’s style of governance is spreading throughout the world.

And while our gut reaction might be to bitterly refute that suggestion, there is ample evidence of new oligarchs and dictators taking power around the world to make such a dismissal impossible. 

In fact, we only need to look to our own White House to see the reality of that claim. 

If this Surkov fellow is right and all of this is the culmination of decades of planning and positioning by the Kremlin, then our next leaders need to be well prepared for a cyber conflict that we are already sorely incapable of defending ourselves against. 

All of this makes me even sadder that so many Americans did not recognize that the one leader uniquely qualified to stand up to Russia in this area was the one candidate that Putin aggressively targeted in 2016.

The very fact that he feared her so completely should have been all she needed to win that election in a walk. 

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  1. USA February 12, 2019 at 6:44 am

    Just like bin laden, poof yer gone. Mentally deranged azz clowns must go!! Ringy Dingy Dong? Hello? Is this Team 6?

  2. Psy Group! February 12, 2019 at 7:34 am


    “Joel Zamel, an Australian with links to Israeli intelligence, ultimately owned the firm” “Psy Group, registered as Invop in Israel”
    Salix Services AG-“Like the Willow, at Salix our roots as well are deep and run wide through a network of clients, professional intermediaries, financial institutions and family offices,”
    “In August 2016, Zamel met with former Blackwater founder Erik Prince, Donald Trump Jr. and Nader to discuss ideas that could potentially help Trump win the election. During that meeting, as first reported by the Times and later confirmed by The Daily Beast, Nader told the room that the crown princes of both Saudi Arabia and the UAE were eager to help Trump win the election.”

    ”“It’s how Joel holds his shares,” one former Psy Group employee told The Daily Beast. “They set up trusts and provide nominee services to… shield beneficial owners from their holdings. It’s completely legal.”
    “Salix is listed in the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ Panama Papers as an intermediary of Cornell, and Cornell shared an address with Salix in Zurich, Switzerland.”

    Full Circle Jerk?


    Tulare, in California’s San Joaquin Valley.
    ‘Devin Nunes (born October 1, 1973) has served in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2003. He currently represents California’s 22nd congressional district, which is located in the San Joaquin Valley and includes portions of Tulare and Fresno Counties.’

  3. anonymous February 12, 2019 at 8:12 am

    ““Trump is left with his cultlike followers, vague threats to ‘finish’ the wall regardless of Congress, his mindless chants and his sycophantic right-wing media. As for the rest of the country, most Americans have little reason to pay attention to his rants. He’s not setting policy nor saying anything new. In fact, he has become a bit of a bore.””

    Conservative columnist for the Washington Post, Jennifer Rubin

  4. WinninG February 12, 2019 at 8:16 am



    “Teachers do not indoctrinate kids. It’s called learning. Academics, teamwork, social skills and – now – lock down drills. Not socialism, survival thru human compassion and kindness.”

  5. Anon February 12, 2019 at 8:49 am

    Folks need to relax. We got so much underground activity, globally, that the ones who engage in headgames will be exposed. Embarrassingly I might add. The underground really doesn’t want to ‘rule the world’, they keep it in check, and make sure some ‘folks’ do not succeed, and gain powers. They allow some to happen, but cut them off at the knees, when it gets ’embarrassing’, to humanity in whole. They are out there and they are not anyone’s enemy. They are universal and respect humanity. They might not be too happy with humanity, at times, but they are not into ‘brainwashing’ them.
    They are busy ‘deprogramming’ what damage Russia, and other countries, engaged in long ago, to many countries and it’s peoples. It will be exposed and history will be re-wrote. Technology will set humanity free with a download that can’t be stopped, it will just keep spitting it all out. The good the bad and the ugly. Russia will be bitch slapped back in ways that will take them down AGAIN. Cough.

  6. Anonymous February 12, 2019 at 8:55 am

    If people are too damned dumb about propaganda tactics then maybe we are too dumb to own this country. Putin sees that and is bold enough to take advantage of that. There will be only a few of us free thinkers when the kremlin installs their flags at the white house. Then donny will be shucked aside like he did to palin.

  7. anonymous February 12, 2019 at 2:50 pm

    “Chopping Medicaid expansion from the state budget would eliminate 3,700 jobs in Alaska, prolong the recession and subtract $400 million in federal funds from the Alaska economy.

    But the disastrous budget expected Wednesday from Gov. Mike Dunleavy could very well propose an end to Medicaid expansion, leaving nearly 50,000 Alaskans without health care coverage.”


    (Remember he can see Ru$$ia. In 2019, the estimated population of Alaska is 736,341.)

  8. nanna February 12, 2019 at 5:41 pm

    I’d rather be an American than a Republican.

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