henrymakow.com — Nov 17, 2018
Tim Fitzpatrick’s mission: Reminding us that neither Putin nor Trump are the good guys we think they are.
I asked him to comment on the “Russian Intelligence Report“ sent to me last week which details Trump’s ties to Russia and their opinion of him.
by Tim Fitzpatrick — (slightly abridged by henrymakow.com)
Henry Makow’s alleged Russian source seems credible. There is little doubt that the Kremlin’s manipulation of Trump involves “kompromat”, specifically sexual compromise, as I have thoroughly documented in my series Trump Controlled By Mossad. (At the time I wrote that series, except for perhaps parts IV and V, I wasn’t aware that the Kremlin and Israel are joined at the hip.
I am open-minded. So, when I came across information contradicting the standard so-called patriot/conservative narrative of geo-politics, I gave it an honest hearing and quickly adopted a revised position. Where I might disagree with Makow’s source is in his verbiage. Trump is a Kremlin asset, for sure. His personal and financial instability makes him all the more easy to blackmail and control.
Makow prefaced this article with “They regard him (Trump) as unstable and unreliable. But it does describe a kind of collusion. So what? Why shouldn’t Russia support a pro-peace candidate?” Trump does what he is told. If he appears to be pro-peace, it’s only because his masters have not mandated war.
I also disagree with Makow calling disinformation the report saying “Putin attributes anti-Russian agitation in the US to “right-wing groups”. Since the source doesn’t specify which right-wing groups, we can only assume that he means the truly awakened patriots who know that the Kremlin is pursuing a world communistic agenda–in which case, the source, again, is correct. Makow appears mistakenly to believe that the Left’s cheap and shallow so-called anti-Russianism is what the defector was referring to. Obviously, the insider knows that the Left’s perceived anti-Russianism is phoney and empty.