Something does not add up letting Navalny back into Russia.
There are legislative elections coming in September 2021. Sorosites have a habit of creating 'a revolutionary environment' in the run up towards elections, Belarus and Ukraine being prime examplesFomenting internal political revolt in other countries is something the CIA has been doing forever though. I think the purpose of these very public fanning the flames type statements from the State Department isn't so much that they think they can cause Russia (or China) to have a revolution anytime soon.
They are doing it to probe internal weakness or political fault lines in those country's domestic political infrastructure. They are looking to see what the domestic response is to outside intelligence provocation. It's A-B testing CIA style where they poke the bear to see how Russia will respond domestically so the CIA can adjust their gay ops with spies or paid dissidents in Russia in another way to try to counter it.
Putin is an ex-KGB leader...
He's not a barking dog...he's a stealth cat. Don't expect display of strength reactions and fist-shaking.
He doesn't say I'll kill you...he poisons you when you don't expect it.
He thinks like KGB operative that he is, not like army general. It's more of a chess game for him, not a boxing match.
Chechen war is exactly when he went to the physical war. No displays, protestations or fist shaking.Putin is occasionally a hammer. See second Chechen war.
He basically rolled the Chechen jihadists to such an extent that even the international community was dumbfounded as to what to do. I remember during this time even when the Jewish mainstream media tried to highlight "russian atrocities" but Russia was able to black out a lot of their ops while completely dismantling the Chechen islamic leadership and rebuild it from the ground up.
Globohomo also learned from the whole second chechen war how to wage a more effective media propaganda war.Chechen war is exactly when he went to the physical war. No displays, protestations or fist shaking.
Chechnya is now a bottomless money pit where an Islamic warlord (Kadyrov) has basically established his own fiefdom. I still find it hard to call it a victory when you have to pay them not to attack you/ fight amongst themselves.Putin is occasionally a hammer. See second Chechen war.
He basically rolled the Chechen jihadists to such an extent that even the international community was dumbfounded as to what to do. I remember during this time even when the Jewish mainstream media tried to highlight "russian atrocities" Russia was able to black out a lot of their ops while completely dismantling the Chechen islamic leadership and rebuild it from the ground up. Globohomo failed to unseat Putin as a powerful figure and that sort of cemented his legend with an actual military victory against a real existential threat to the Russian people.
The Navalny debacle is another example. Why hasn't the FBK (his group) been made illegal yet? Why are known foreign sellout and traitors allowed to rile up the Russian youth against the State?
I hope that the unwillingness and provocations by the Biden Regime will finally make him come to his senses. Throw Navalny and his men in a dungeon. Make an example of the 3000 arrestees of today by slapping them with big fines and long prison sentences. Portray Navalny&co as foreign operatives. Destroy their credibility. Start a media offensive against everything related to him and the globalists
I am not seeing the 4D chess angle. In the realm of geopolitics portraying power is more important than anything else. How many friendly/neutral border countries have been colour-revolutioned in the last 15 years?The dog that barks doesn't bite and Putin usually doesn't like to advertise his next steps. In fact, I believe he enjoys appearing benevolent and even submissive before some adverse action, that's his style and very typical of KGB operative. Late USSR years KGB agents weren't forceful menacing goons, they were soft-spoken polite quiet folks in grey suits (but they did bun the traitor Kalugin alive and supposedly were showing that video to new recruits).
I believe he calculates expected losses in the geopolitical chess game that he plays and does retreats, which might be due to genuine weakness or are tactical retreats, but he expects positive long-term net outcome. There's also old mantra there that NATO countries are expected to weaken and even collapse by themselves, without much external help, so there's a bet on that too.
Navalny is a Sorosite agent that answers to his masters over at the CIA/NATO.Why he does not shut down Navalny group....he actually needs Navalny, the opposition which is unpopular among the masses and the opposition leader that is very pro-West and pro- everying Western that's hated in Russia. This is much better for Putin than to have some strong and well-rooted opposition that could be supported by the majority. In Russia, some even believe Navalny is a paid employee of Putin, hired to play caricaturish CIA puppet.
I would also like to precise that LNR and DNR are not anti-Ukrainian "per se". They are for a bilingual state with Russia as a main economical and military partner- but do not reject Ukrainian culture and Ukrainian language. They are rejecting the anti-russian stance of the last Kiev government after Maidan. But almost noone wants to become part of Russia.The Ukrainians are building up their military forces for an attack on the separatist LNR and DNR regions in the Donbass
It fits the NATO strategy of a death by a thousand cuts. They are engaging Russia by proxy throughout the FSU +Axis of Resistance
In the case of an attack on the Donbass it is highly likely that the Russian military will enter the fray due to the Ukrainians upgraded weapon arsenal. Putin himself has said that its more likely to see Ukraine destroyed than it entering NATO
I am personally of the opinion that an Ukrainian attack on the Donbass will likely result in the Russian separatists greatly expanding their territory.
Not a day goes by that the people in places like Gorlivka don't wake up to the sound of incoming mortar rounds. Anti-Ukrainian is at this point an understatement. I believe it was the Afghan Banderaist Mustafa Nayyem who said that 'the moment we leave the Donbass these people will raise the Russian flag immediately'I would also like to precise that LNR and DNR are not anti-Ukrainian "per se". They are for a bilingual state with Russia as a main economical and military partner- but do not reject Ukrainian culture and Ukrainian language. They are rejecting the anti-russian stance of the last Kiev government after Maidan. But almost noone wants to become part of Russia.
The best would be that they become buffer states.
First you must understand that Banderists are a minority of Ukrainians. The majority of Ukrainians do not support the new policy of the government since the coup after Maidan. People got hope because corruption is huge and they thought that going away from Russian influence would improve their daily life. Little by little , they understand that it is even worse now and that they are just pawns being used by the big powers. There are also a lot of peaceful Banderists who just want to live their lives without going into war without Russia. These are of course normal people who have normal jobs , and not alcoholics from paramilitary bataillons.Not a day goes by that the people in places like Gorlivka don't wake up to the sound of incoming mortar rounds. Anti-Ukrainian is at this point an understatement. I believe it was the Afghan Banderaist Mustafa Nayyem who said that 'the moment we leave the Donbass these people will raise the Russian flag immediately'
I also don't know what you mean with 'Ukrainian language and culture'. Ukraine is the birthplace of the Russian culture and language. Ukraine itself is the result of late 18th century - 19th century social engineering in Tsarist Russia
All the areas east of the Dnjepr are late additions to this geographic denomination-turned-ethnicity in order to stem rising Russian nationalism in late Tsarist Russia
30 years of aggressive de-Russification don't change any of that. Russians and Ukrainians are not even brother peoples. They literally are one and the same.
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The Ukrainians have criminalised the use of the Russian language. LOL. Ukraine is at this point nothing but a failed state. Up until Maidan they've lived of the carcass of Soviet Ukraine which was one of the most developed and industrialised regions of the USSR, and milking out Russia didn't help either.
~10 million (mostly) young people have left the country already (half of them to Russia). Widespread poverty, rising prices for basic services. A looming war in the East. Every serious industry seems to be collapsing
That country is really swirling down the toilet bowl, sad.