Russia Sells Out Syria – Opens Syrian Kurdistan NGO Offices in Moscow as Balkinization Process Begins

by Scott Creighton

Fuck Russia.

Syrian Kurdish activists cut the ribbon

Participants pose for a picture during a ceremony opening a representative office of Syrian Kurdistan in Moscow, Russia, February 10, 2016.

This is a very sad day. Syria, after withstanding 5 years of terrorist proxy regime change warfare waged upon her by our beloved “progressive” President Obama and the CIA, is about to be chopped up like the Clintons did to Yugoslavia so long ago. They are in the process of making Syrian Kurdistan on route to Greater Kurdistan and it would appear the Russian knight in shining armor okay with that. Makes you kind of wonder what they traded for the Syrian’s country. Ukraine?

The best coverage of this latest development comes from Penny for Your Thoughts. Mine will be brief in that it is deeply disturbing to me.

A few days ago they announced a joint Russian/US plan for a cease-fire in Syria to begin Feb. 27, 2016. The “moderate” terrorists stepped up their bombing campaigns targeting “soft” civilian targets as usual. They wanted to grab control of as much territory as they could before the plan goes into effect. Nearly 100 civilians killed in a few days.

Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon came out in favor of the plan because it meant breaking up Syria into little states with Syrian Kurdistan being one of them. It is well known that Iraqi Kurdistan is very close to Israel and much of the stolen oil, taken by “ISIS”, ended up in Israel. But that story, of course, was filed down the memory hole about as quickly as it appeared.

Over at Penny, they published the full text of the plan and I pointed out in a comment that there was a very odd stipulation. Odd because the Russians agreed to it.

In article 2 of the Terms for the Cessation of Hostilities in Syria the plan addresses “(t)he responsibilities of the Armed Forces of the Syrian Arab Republic, and all forces supporting or associated with the Armed Forces of the Syrian Arab Republic” and it says:

  • To cease attacks with any weapons, including aerial bombardments by the Air Force of the Syrian Arab Republic and the Aerospace Forces of the Russian Federation, against the armed opposition groups (as confirmed to the United States or the Russian Federation by parties to the cessation of hostilities)
  • To refrain from acquiring or seeking to acquire territory from other parties to the ceasefire

That means the Russians forced Syria to agree to a contract which states they can’t attack Obama’s and John McCain’s CIA-backed terrorists in the country and more importantly, they can’t attempt to reclaim Syrian land stolen from the people of Syria by these “moderate” terrorists.

That will certainly include the YPG/PKK Kurds who have been ethnically cleansing areas of Syria for the purpose of creating a new Syrian Kurdistan.

This is an amazing agreement for Putin to have signed onto. It is shameful.

Again, provided by Penny, we have a letter from Putin in which it appears he says that the US and Russia will set new boundaries for territories in Syria.

“I just had a telephone conversation with President of the United States of America Barack Obama. The phone call was initiated by the Russian side, but the interest was certainly mutual.

During our conversation, we approved joint statements of Russia and the US, as co-chairs of the ISSG, on the cessation of hostilities in Syria..

The essence of these conditions is as follows: by 12:00 pm on February 26, 2016,  all parties warring in Syria must indicate to the Russian Federation or our American partners their commitment to the cessation of hostilities. Russian and American troops will jointly delineate the territories where these groups are active.” Putin

According to this deal, attacks against “ISIS” will continue. That means the Kurds will continue bombing indiscriminately in certain areas of Syria and as the US and Russia work together to take out “ISIS”, the Kurds will move in and claim more land for Greater Kurdistan.

Penny points out this might be a model for the next campaign in Turkey.

Does the Russian deal mean they will get some of the oil reserves in Syria or an opportunity to build their own pipeline through Greater Kurdistan right alongside Haliburton’s?

If the opening of a new Syrian Kurdistan NGO office in Russia is any indication, the answer to that question is yes.

Kurdish groups in Syria have opened a representative office in Moscow, as the Kremlin continues to push for Syrian Kurds to be part of peace talks in Geneva, Russian state news agency Itar-Tass reported on Wednesday.

The Kurdish representative centre will function under the auspices of a Non-Governmental Organization. Russia’s Foreign Ministry told Tass that does not envisage opening a Syrian Kurd embassy at the moment

The opening of the centre comes at a time of strong friction between Turkey and Russia, as not only have ties between the two countries tumbled following Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet at the Syrian border, but the two countries are also on opposing sides on backing Kurdish groups in Syria. Turkey is targeting Kurdish groups as part of airstrikes in Syria, while Russia insists the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) should be included in diplomatic discussions about the conflict. Turkey considers the group an offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK)—a group it has fought for over three decades. Newsweek

So Mother Russia has now embraced the latest of the American Freedom Fighters, the terrorists du jour, the Kurds. That’s just beautiful. Chop up Syria and install the Barzani clan to rule over the oil producing regions with a neoliberal iron fist.

That’s just beautiful. Chop it up and hold parliamentary elections in the rubble. There’s some democracy for you and all it took was a little negotiating between the Eagle and the Bear.

A proud day. And to celebrate, here’s a little John Ashcroft singing about that Eagle soaring in the sky dropping liberty all over the place.

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40 Responses

  1. Great article!
    This is the same as what Russia did with Libya. Lots of tough talk and show, but when push came to shove, they sided with the USA and Europe and let Libya perish.
    Putin is selling out Syria with the same fake show.

    The vile corporate media always present Putin as a bad commie, like in the cold war days. Simplistic and misleading.
    Many disinformation sites (posing as truth sites) have been playing up Putin and hyping him as some sort of messiah for years. Complex and misleading.

    Putin stood shoulder to shoulder with W Bush and hyped the 911 lies.
    Putin hosted numerous visits from the vile monster Henry Kissinger, the most recent just a few weeks ago.
    Putin is KGB, not was………just like with the CIA, once in never out until dead.
    Putin spent hundreds of billions on the corrupt Olympics and setting up his F1 race track screwing his citizens out of the most basic services. Why would the elite who run these shows and our wars reward their ‘enemy;?
    Putin is spending billions on nuclear power and selling billions of dollars in weaponry to many poor nations like India. The glorious peace loving nation of India now spending billions on nukes and bombs from Russia instead of on their own people.
    Putin has cracked down on personal freedom and dissent in Russia.
    Putin is just like our leaders in Europe and the USA…….except for his photo ops, they are way better. Swimming with dolphins in ice water, hugging baby bears and shoveling snow with no shirt on……….is he for real? or is he a commercial for aftershave???

    One of the more valuable less talked about lessons from the 1984 novel is the idea of three warring regions. There is no official one world government, but the illusion of three competitive entities.
    Oceania, Eurasia, Eastaisia.
    The fake fights between these three allow the government to control the proles by getting them to HATE whichever group they are ‘at war’ with. Divide and rule. Get the people NOT to focus on the rulers but on hating another group of poor people.

    That is why the ruling scum invest so much time and energy telling us Putin is different and not with us. View him as enemy or savior and the elite scum are happy……….view him as just another NWO puppet playing a role along with our leaders and you will be called every name in the book.

    • Excellent analysis, Mitch. It is exactly as I have been trying to say, but getting my comments censored at Putin propaganda sites posing as truther opposition run by transparent actors in silly costumes. Kudos to Scott in this case too. Be well.
      I will just add, the Oregon occupation was directly related to the 1871-2 acts establishing piracy law and to Rosatom a Russian (foreign) state corporation financed by the BIS network. Just check out the aggressive acquisition policy of Uranium One as stated in their documents, to put BLS agents burning out the ranchers in perspective.

      The whole world is being stageset by its cabalist money issuers who hold a global franchise monopoly. Who pays the piper calls the tune. In the process, world wars have been and are currently staged at their whim by their slight of hand. The final world ordering will soon be upon us. Like Orwell said, it is looking like a boot sole from here.

    • “Putin is KGB, not was”

      The KGB doesn’t exist anymore so it’s pretty sneaky of him.

  2. Putin works for the jews and Kurdistan is a ZOG project.

  3. The confrontation between Russia and Turkey is something the Zionists have planned, two regional powers destroying each other for the good of Jewmerica, the Kurds are a 5th Column in the Middle-East working for the Zionists, the Sunni Terrorists like Daesh/ISIS are also destroying Syria and Iraq for the good of the Zionists.

    The Zionists only fear the Secular Leaders like Assad, Saddam, Gaddaffi, Nasser or Shia Muslims like Hezbollah, Iran,..

  4. Your prognostication remains accurate – Kerry is now openly talking partition. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/23/john-kerry-partition-syria-peace-talks

  5. Oh c’mon.

    Over at Saker blog I’m arguing against those who are calling this agreement a victory. Obviously it isn’t.

    Over here and at Penny’s the biline is betrayal — which is plainly laughable.

    They call it a “ceasefire!” Man, what was your expectation?

    What did the Russians give up that Assad hasn’t already conceded?

    The Russian air contingent has been going like gangbusters since September. It’s almost March! They and especially the SAA need rest and this is the moment to consolidate.

    It is a tactically p-e-r-f-e-c-t move. It allows the SAA and RuAF to focus resources and firepower on those who refuse to accept the ceasefire.

    I can already hear the BBC running wild with accusations Russia isn’t holding up its end of the bargain. How many times must we be run through the ringer before we get the m/o? Minsk ring any bells?

    By now everyone should understand how Empire proceeds,

    Leaving the cauldron north and west of Aleppo intact might be a very good idea. Sun Tzu said something about always leaving an escape route open to your enemy. Are you a miltary guy? You must understand the feeling of being strangled to death slowly vs knowing you can only fight to the death. Every order to go foward becomes more difficult when the door behind you is rapidly closing. The isntinct of cowards is to run — and they will. The remaining jihadis can be mopped up without too much difficulty if all goes according to plan. Or maybe not. The SAA does not have the manpower to continue grinding down jihadis indefinitely and urban warfare in Aleppo might possibly be avoided. Seriously, if you’re so concerned about Syria, what’s not to like?

    Keep in mind those jihadis, approved ‘rebels’ or otherwise, are now fully ‘adopted’ by Western special forces. Why, again, waste precious SAA infantrymen driving yourself into grave overextension against highly trained opponents, full to the brim with expert snipers, ultimately encouraging NATO Turkey and Israel to pounce when you are at your absolute limit.

    Israel is waiting for an opening to pounce. Do you doubt it and if so what war and on what planet are you watching? Israel can unbalance the Syrians at any moment and easily snatch away imminent victory, even if it were possible, which it isn’t.

    This is gonna be a long war because that’s exactly what Zionist puppet masters want. They have to power to prolong this so will make it happened. War is all the Zio-fascists have and NO, the Empire will never surrender their long term goal of subjugating all.

    There is also the matter of project Dabiq, which has almost nothing to do with what’s happening over there and everything to do with bringing down the hammer of repression at home. Sooner or later the big move we’ve all been predicting in the Zio homelands will come to pass.

    That, my dear freind, is a million times more important than tar balling Putin and proving yourself right. What is your purpose?

    Meanwhile you are transfixed on Putin’s betrayal. Too many bloggers are treating this event as somehow confirming this or that long held thesis, only demonstrating their strategic cluelessness or maybe an agenda.

    This war will continue and Putin knows — yes, knows, his credibility will skyrocket again when the inevitable large scale fighting resumes. Next up is eastern Syria and a showdown in northern Iraq. Turkey, if that is your overiding concern, still seems a year off before major hostilities ensue.

    Also note Erdogan seems useful too all sides at present. This is mostly because he is a lunatic. The fact no one in Turkey sees fit to ovethrow this idiot says much about the supposed blamelessness of Turks.

    The overall strategic situation in this LONG war remains precarious for Russia and Syria. If there has been any ‘betrayal’ it seems the Iranians might be far worthier of the charge than is Russia. You have noticed NATO’s massive buildup plus Turkey’s activities I’m sure. The Saudi withdrawal from Lebanon suggests a furious struggle behind the scenes and reminds us none of us really know what is happening, blow by blow. Not even close.

    Obviously we don’t have all the facts but NO serious person believes this war is over or this agreement represents a final position for a final settlement.

    • “Keep in mind those jihadis, approved ‘rebels’ or otherwise, are now fully ‘adopted’ by Western special forces. ”

      NO. NO friend that is a filthy lie and you know it. The ISIS and other rebels were created by the USA and are now enabled supported and protected by the USA and NATO. Everyone knows that. Why would you try to spin this simple fact?

      ” Why, again, waste precious SAA infantrymen driving yourself into grave overextension against highly trained opponents, full to the brim with expert snipers..”

      Uhm, because it is is the home and native land of those SAA men and they want to protect their women children farms and homes. And if Russia didn’t agree to stop bombing US mercenaries, you wouldn’t have to get all worried about your precious SAA infantrymen because air support would negate the big bad snipers you worry about.

      “The Russian air contingent has been going like gangbusters since September. It’s almost March! They and especially the SAA need rest…”

      Possibly the most desperate ridiculous talking point I have heard on the subject. Thanks for the laugh.

      No serious person believes the war is over…………duh yeah, why make a silly straw man argument. I don’t think Scott said anywhere that the war was over. The capitulation, sell out, or whatever you want to call it, is the first betrayal of Syria by Russia, not the end of the war. The slaughter of Syrians by USA and NATO will intensify and with Russia sitting on the sidelines it does not look good for the Syrian people.

      • You purposely misconstrue my point. Western special forces are now heavily embedded with the jihadis, in positions of command and control. This is new and meant to do maximum damage to the SAA, with quality snipers at every point of contact. Of course the takfiris were created by the West. Who said otherwise?

        This is a war of attrition. The SAA is greatly outnumbered. Is it your considered expert ipinion they should charge enemy positions in the style of WW1 — because they are PROUD!

        The rest of your comment shows the same ignorance. You are wedded to the idea that Putin is in onthe fix. This latest ‘cessation’ proves exactly the opposite. Putin is still outmaneuvering the Empire and knows this is far from over.

        See you in Rojava and Raqqa mate.

        • “Western special forces are now heavily embedded with the jihadis, in positions of command and control. This is new and meant to do maximum damage to the SAA, with quality snipers at every point of contact.”

          So why in Hell sign a cease fire to protect those same forces????
          Why bail on Syria and let those forces have their way with the Syrian people?? Why agree to protect areas controlled by the USA backed ISIS terrorists? Do they need a rest or a nap?

          I am not wedded to any idea, just very lustful for some truth. Like many, several years back I liked Putin and thought he was genuine opposition………..but I kept an open mind and watched events unfold.
          The Putin shills seem to get very emotional when asked to defend why they are so devoted to him. They seem to love him almost as much as Putin’s good friend and war criminal Henry Kissinger does. They are the same type of people apparently.
          https://www.rt.com/news/331194-putin-meets-friend-kissinger/

  6. There is no ceasefire. The jihadis aren’t off the hook yet and nobody on the Syrian side has agreed to any sort of independent Kurdistan.

    Erdogan has overplayed his hand and will probably go, one way or another.

    In my opinion, that would be a good thing.

    Russia has not capitulated one iota that I can see.

    • ‘that I can see’

      lots of people can’t see 911 truth either, keep trying.

      Russia had a secret agreement NOT to bomb USA mercenaries in a large part of Syria……..the agreement was with the USA and has been in force since October.

      Russia has allowed the opening of a Kurdish diplomatic office in Moscow.

      Since Russia only had air power and the USA and NATO have boots on the ground and their huge ISIS mercenary army…………yes Russia has capitulated on lots, as usual. And as usual there is a small army of dedicated word smiths doing some fine work shilling for the NWO puppet Putin.

      • “yes Russia has capitulated on lots,”

        Well name some then. Because nothing you’ve said amounts to a hill of beans.

        • If you are not capable of comprehending the significance of Russia going along with the opening of a Kurdish consulate in Moscow, you have a lot of personal work to do, much to learn. Good luck.

          As for a secret agreement since October with the USA to protect the USA mercenaries by not bombing them…………..just a ‘hill of beans’ to a Putin zealot. To intelligent people, the ones capable of critical thought, this is a clear proof of Putin once again playing a role with his fellow NWO leaders.
          http://www.globalresearch.ca/new-us-syria-strategy-aims-to-con-russia/5509452

          • Abuse is an odd way to try to convince me that your opinions hold water. As is bland repetition.

            Are you a ‘libertarian’ by any chance?

            Alex Jones’ type ‘critical thought’?

            • What are we, four five comments in here and you STILL have done everything but address the two capitulation points I made.
              The Jones insult is cute but well off the mark (you are nicely consistent on that count) as you are stalking more of a pacifist hippie type here.

              Funny thing I’ve noticed…..when you say ‘Henry Kissinger’ to a Putin shill, you get the identical reaction to when you say ‘building 7’ to a Bush/Clinton supporter all in with the Bin Laden fable. Identical.

              I see you slithering around below calling on someone to cite evidence.
              Yet when you have evidence (my link to globalresearch above) you ignore it and go the ad hominem route. Filthy trolls are sooooo obvious.

              • You’re accusing me of resorting to ad hominem?

                Read your own comments. Calling everyone a Putin shill that doesn’t agree with your own incredible analysis is ad hominem.

                You’re awfully aggressive for a pacifist hippy.

                I’m sticking with ‘libertarian’ anarcho-capitalist. The syntax and the verbage sticks out like dog’s balls.

                • Wow, now 7 comments and trollie boy 377 still refuses to deal with two simple points about how Russia capitulated.
                  I do get verbally aggressive with filthy professional liars like you, yes and clearly I threw out some ad hominem stuff at you. I made half a dozen actual points about Putin first, you just went straight for the mud, like a professional troll.

                  Go ahead and stick with your silly little ‘libertarian yada yada’ insult and keep repeating it…….you are as WRONG about that as you are about Putin.

  7. “The More Real You Get, the More Unreal the World Gets.”-John Lennon

    The phoniness of JWO puppet Putin is very obvious to anyone brave enough to look under the hood. Whatever Russia does is staged as part of WWIII, zion vs. islam dragging in all the nations to their destruction so that messianic luciferianism can establish order out of chaos, for the sick few surviving. Russia says it is at war with islamic terrorism, the zionists’ made up bogey since 9/11,and before that, since the Jonathan Conference as Bibi unveiled WWIII. Russia is not really at war with the US or its controllers in Tel Aviv and London. When Russian naval vessels entered the Persian Gulf, simultaneously the US Navy sailed out. It’s all staged bullshit. Ukraine, home of Chabad, is a staged conflict intended like all the Russian conflicts to kill its native people.

    Who can forget how the Putin shills promised Mr. KGB was just about to reveal the truth of who did 9/11? Now these same duped losers are promising Trump will do the telling. As Bollyn said, it’s been fifteen years–what’s your puppet waiting for?

    Who pays the piper calls the tune. Russia has a BIS-Rothschild central bank. Putin has said he does not try to tell them what to do. The chain of command flows the other way around. Putin gave a special government advisory to Chabad whom some of you may remember from the Mumbai falseflag. Lazar has said he owes his whole standing to the Rothschilds. Check it out-

    http://www.oxfordchabad.org/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/640796/jewish/Chief-Rabbi-of-Russia-Berel-Lazar.htm

    One country Russia is not at war with is Israel. Russia has been conferring with Mossad since the beginning of their phony war in Syria. Russia is not defending Syrian airspace one whit. Russia IS defending the one million Russian jews in occupied Palestine. Russia NEVER criticizes the jews! He does not stand up for the Palestinians, or even the truth movement in the US brainwashed into calling him a hero. Putin banned criticism of the holohoax in Russia and erected a huge Zion museum in Moscow.

    Putin ain’t MY hero……far from it.

    • Good video, had not seen that one. Just more evidence.

    • “Russia has a BIS-Rothschild central bank.”

      Can you cite any evidence whatsoever to suggest that The Russian Central Bank is not a wholly owned department of the Russian state?

      Pretty much everyone who talks about these ‘private central banks’ has a deeply false view of what central banks actually do.

      Do you know the role of a central bank?

      Do you think the Fed is privately owned.

  8. Yes, jag37777, I know very well the role of a central bank, and so do the Rothschilds, Jefferson, Hamilton, Bill Still, Ellen Brown, McFadden, Jackson and JFK. And so does Greenspan. The question is do you understand it?

    Private ownership of the Russian Central Bank is widely recognized. If you google the keywords ‘Russian Central Bank Rothschilds’ you will find alot of articles on that subject. Pick whichever you like. Even Wikipedia cites CBR in the BIS network.
    I will stick to prima facie evidence since you asked how central banks work. You can find plenty of opinion on the Rothschilds’ role in the many articles on the subject. I gave previously the link between the Rothschilds and Chabad where Lazar says he owes everything to them. Chabad has been granted a special government advisory. Who pays the piper calls the tune.

    Here are some direct unedited quotations from the Russian Central Bank website that should sound familiar as they are exactly the language of Greenspan, Fischer, and Co. Fischer as you might know was former head of the Bank of Israel. The Rothschilds pretty much founded that place. Apparently some have no clue about world history and proprietary central banking. They still cannot connect the dots, even given the Balfour Declaration.

    These quotes can be sourced at http://www.cbr.ru/Eng/today/?prtid=cbrf_sub

    “The Bank of Russia carries out its functions, which were established by the Constitution of the Russian Federation (Article 75) and the Law “On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)” (Article 22), independently from the federal, regional and local government structures.

    “The Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia) was founded on July 13, 1990, on the basis of the Russian Republic Bank of the State Bank of the USSR….In 1991-1992 an extensive network of commercial banks was created in the Russian Federation under Bank of Russia guidance.

    “Article 75 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation establishes a special legal status of the Bank of Russia, and gives it the exclusive right to issue currency.

    “A key element of the legal status of the Bank of Russia is its independence.

    “The Bank of Russia is not a body of state power.

    “The legislative powers of the Bank of Russia imply its exclusive right to issue regulations binding on the federal bodies of state power.

    “The drafts of federal laws and statutory acts of federal bodies of executive power concerning the performance by the Bank of Russia of its functions must be submitted to the Bank of Russia for consideration and approval.

    “The Bank of Russia has both proprietary and financial independence. It exercises its powers to own, use and manage its property, including international reserves,

    “The state is not liable for the Bank of Russia obligations, just as the Bank of Russia is not liable for the state obligations.

    “It is the creditor of last resort for credit institutions.

    “It sets the settlement rules in the Russian Federation.

    “It services budget accounts of all levels of the Russian budget system.”

    Yes the Federal Reserve is also proprietary not a state subsidiary and it is superior to the state by law as is the Russian Central Bank. Do you even listen to Greenspan and public admissions? Do you read the documents out there?

    Go back to the founding of the USSR in the Bolshevik revolution, find the money source of that coup d’etat, and bingo you will know who financed the phony USSR and therefore its central bank. Who called the shots in Russia during that dark period, will give you a big clue, as the real money power has never once in history just walked away from power, and anyway, the current Central Bank admits openly it was founded on the previous central bank of the USSR.

    You make an absurd statement that everyone who talks about central banks is ignorant. No, you were and maybe still are the ignorant one. You must be looking through the wrong end of the telescope to think the Russian State has authority over the Russian Central Bank. The documents clearly show you are wrong. The Russian Central Bank is proprietary, independent, and above decisions by the Russian government, exactly as admitted by Greenspan of the Fed.

  9. Hey Scott, glad you are with us! I just put up a comment, but it is not yet showing, whereas previous ones went up right away. I can definitely repost it tomorrow if there is any problem. Take care bro.

    • thank you. I hope this comment below is what you wanted to say. I will go see if there is another of yours in moderation. I just got back online. Had to see the doc today and my modem died when I got back and I am just now getting back online. good discussion you guys are having, by the way. if I had more energy I would gladly get involved but I simply don’t right now. thanks again

  10. Funny thing this comment did not post but my others did. So here it is again, somewhat revised, as I did not copy it from the original comment- but to wit-

    The answer to the question of ownership of the Russian Central Bank and how it operates is widely known. It is owned and operated basically the same as the USI Federal Reserve Bank. Both are proprietary, independent of state authority, and the sole legal (sic) issuers of national currency. Their documents prove this, as well as admissions by high profile executors such as Alan Greenspan.

    Anyone making a statement such as “everyone who talks about these ‘private central banks’ has a deeply false view of what central banks actually do,” is leading with a prima facie absurdity. Some people who knew exactly what proprietary central banks do throughout history are the Rothschilds, Jefferson, Hamilton, Jackson, McFadden, JFK, Ellen Brown, and Bill Still, as well as the above cited Greenspan. Anyone who can read the CBR website knows from their documents the Russian Central Bank is proprietary.

    Currently you may notice Fischer in the Fed who was previously head of the Bank of Israel. Israel was founded by the Rothschilds. I submit the Balfour Declaration and the Knesset building. I submit that the world wars began shortly after 1913. This characterizes the world history of proprietary central banking, certainly not a big dark secret. Greenspan famously described how the Fed is not under the authority of any USI government entity or agency.

    If you google up the keywords ‘Russian Central Bank Rothschilds’ you can find numerous articles on the topic. Take your pick.

    I will limit this to quoting the Russian Central Bank itself.

    http://www.cbr.ru/Eng/today/?prtid=cbrf_sub.

    These are direct unedited quotations from the Russian Central Bank-

    “The Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia) was founded on July 13, 1990, on the basis of the Russian Republic Bank of the State Bank of the USSR.

    ‘In 1991-1992 an extensive network of commercial banks was created in the Russian Federation under Bank of Russia guidance.

    ‘The Bank of Russia carries out its functions, which were established by the Constitution of the Russian Federation (Article 75) and the Law “On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)” (Article 22), independently from the federal, regional and local government structures.

    ‘Article 75 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation establishes a special legal status of the Bank of Russia, and gives it the exclusive right to issue currency.

    ‘A key element of the legal status of the Bank of Russia is its independence.

    ‘The legislative powers of the Bank of Russia imply its exclusive right to issue regulations binding on the federal bodies of state power.

    ‘Drafts of federal laws and statutory acts of federal bodies of executive power concerning the performance by the Bank of Russia of its functions must be submitted to the Bank of Russia for consideration and approval.

    ‘The Bank of Russia has both proprietary and financial independence. It exercises its powers to own, use and manage its property, including international reserves.

    ‘Bank of Russia property may not be seized or encumbered without its consent.

    ‘CBR services budget accounts of all levels of the Russian budget system.

    ‘It exercises regulation, control and supervision over corporate governance in joint-stock companies.

    ‘ It sets the procedure for effecting settlements with international organisations, foreign states and legal entities and private individuals.

    ‘It is the depository of the IMF funds in the Russian currency.’

    *****************

    Surely millions are aware of who financed the Bolsheviks and how they became the USSR with its central bank, that morphed into the proprietary CBR. The emperors are literally hiding naked in plain sight.

    • “The answer to the question of ownership of the Russian Central Bank and how it operates is widely known. It is owned and operated basically the same as the USI Federal Reserve Bank. Both are proprietary, independent of state authority,”

      The myth of the Fed being a privately owned institution is widely held but still a myth. It is a government department subject to congress and ultimately subsidiary to the Sec. Treas.

      The ‘independence’ of central banks is an illusion. They simply can’t operate independently of the treasury. It is a political smokescreen that insulate politicians from accountability for monetary policy.

      Your document doesn’t appear to indicate private ownership.

    • Good information Dan. Follow the money as they say.

      Direct quotes from Alan Greenspan re the Fed, and direct quotes from the Russian bank are meaningless to jaq377/for realz, or whatever it calls itself today.
      Putin is in the club with Bushbama, the Clintons, Trumps and the like; high profile puppets that create polarizing reactions among the sheep still watching the show. Backed up by corporate media and thousands of little gnats like jaq, the Putin myth crumbles regardless.

      • Yeah Mitch, Putin is another Ozymandias like all the rest. There simply is no divine right of kings.

        The crappy Russian state reactor technology has an abysmal record, from Chernobyl to the present in southern India.

        http://www.countercurrents.org/vtp100216.htm

        But it gets even worse-

        ‘The interim report of the Prime Minister’s Task Force on the safety of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) and a government sourced media report assert that the plant to be commissioned has backup for water from offsite sources for cooling the reactors in the event of a Fukushima type emergency. The Task Force report itself shows that there is no backup for water at KKNPP. The only source of fresh water at KKNPP is an Israeli built desalination plant. The production capacity is just enough for one day’s needs. The reserve water is enough for the operation of the plant for a day and a half.’

        I realize asking the cognitively challenged to process explicit language is futile. That’s why I recommend videos if no can read um-

        • My understanding is that Bill Still has moved on from the mainstream neoclassical gibberish that you still apparently believe.

          It’s kind of funny to watch you guys run around yelling at people like you’re revolutionaries while you propound stock standard monetarism as truth.

          Not a modern macroeconomic clue between you.

    • “‘The legislative powers of the Bank of Russia imply its exclusive right to issue regulations binding on the federal bodies of state power.
      ‘Drafts of federal laws and statutory acts of federal bodies of executive power concerning the performance by the Bank of Russia of its functions must be submitted to the Bank of Russia for consideration and approval.
      ‘The Bank of Russia has both proprietary and financial independence. It exercises its powers to own, use and manage its property, including international reserves.
      ‘Bank of Russia property may not be seized or encumbered without its consent.
      ‘CBR services budget accounts of all levels of the Russian budget system.
      ‘It exercises regulation, control and supervision over corporate governance in joint-stock companies.
      ‘ It sets the procedure for effecting settlements with international organisations, foreign states and legal entities and private individuals.”

      None of these appear to be in the document you’ve linked to.

      Care to provide some clues as to where you’ve magicked these from?

  11. Dan, you get an A, well done.

    jag3777, you get an F. You have failed to process what the private central banks openly admit, and their behavior throughout history. These banks tell you to your face you and your failed states are subordinate to them. You have their hierarchy precisely backwards. Further, you do not understand the meaning of ‘proprietary’ and ‘independence’.

    Read em and weep, boys. Now run and play.

    • You (and your Austrian Schools friends here) don’t know what you’re talking about.

      Central banks are government institutions that have far less power than you have been terrorised into believing.

      They don’t do what you think they do because the monetary system doesn’t work the way you think it does.

      You’re being hoodwinked by big business and the finance capitalists. Unwitting shills for the elite and the gold bugs.

      • jag37777, I already knew you cannot read and process English language without tutoring, and now you prove you cannot navigate a website after someone leads you right to it. Anyway what would prevent you from doing your own due diligence about the CBR so people did not have to take care of you and your shortcomings? What I provide is WIDELY KNOWN and OBVIOUS facts.

        http://www.cbr.ru/Eng/today/?PrtId=bankstatus

        As for your claims about Bill Still, your ‘understanding’ must not be based on primary evidence because in the video he talks about the function of the tally sticks which are non metallic. In fact he makes the point very clearly that it really does not matter what kind of money is issued. Who issues is the crux as it has been for millenia.

        You go from one absurdity to another. You presume to think I am from the Austrian School. Tell that to Goldman Sachs as they buy their physical bullion. Tell that to your FDR puppet during a gold confiscation. I am fine with fiat the way JFK was. I just want sewer rats out of the counting house.

        “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”
        -Thomas Jefferson

        Big business shilling did not even exist in Jefferson’s time, and makes no sense, given the quote. But you make no sense either.

        • Bill Still is big enough to know that he doesn’t know everything and is willing to learn more. And I doubt that he’d condescend to people who know about about the subject that he’s researching.

          Unlike you apparently.

          Banks are not central banks. Central banks are not banks.

          And the Fed is not a private bank.

          Thus your pithy quotes are as meaningless as they are common amongst the gold bugs and libertarian nutters that populate the internet.

          Your postings are scatter brained sprays of disconnected meaningless drivel. You clearly don’t do joined up thinking or logic.

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