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Written by: Diana West
Wednesday, October 07, 2020 5:15 AM 

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On October 6, the following message appeared from Pope's official Twitter account:

"Fellow travelers"? The Pope, of course, is not using a Catholic term to address the faithful but a communist one, and is thus projecting not a Catholic dream but a communist one. A big deal, no? Catholics are not supposed to be sympathizers with godless communists, correct? 

Also on October 6, Peter Beinart, a New York Times contributor, went the Pope one further, invoking the example of actual communists -- in this case, black American Stalinists, communists  -- as a model for calling on globalist bodies, including the disgraced UN Human Rights Council, to intervene in the 2020 US election on behalf of Democrats. 

Following the example of communists out of concern for clean elections is no way to safeguard either democracy or elections, but it is very much like calling on "fellow travelers" to make the Catholic dream come true. It is another way of foisting a deception on the people, whether they are Catholics or even New York Times readers.    

This mind-bending trend continues, but with a new kink. Today, October 7, Bloomberg reports on remarks by Vladimir Putin who took this occasion of his 68th birthday to make note of an "ideological nexus" between "Soviet" communism and the Democratic Party.

There is some irony in that the Russian leader is telling the truth. 

The Bloomberg article tosses a lot of balls into the air. There is Putin's nostalgia for a new (Red) dawn of "arms control" with Biden. And why not? Arms control -- i.e., US disarmanent -- is where a young Joe Biden came into politics half a century ago, having caught the attention and won the support of the pro-Soviet assets at the old Council for a Liveable World. (Trevor Loudon explains here.) 

Bloomberg reports:

...In his most detailed comments to date on the presidential campaign, Putin said Trump “repeatedly spoke out in favor” of better relations with Russia and “we certainly appreciate it very much.”

Translation: Talk is cheap.

While there’s “quite sharp anti-Russian rhetoric” from the Democratic candidate, Biden has said he’s ready to extend the New START nuclear treaty or to reach a new deal limiting strategic weapons and “this is already a very serious element of our possible cooperation,” Putin said.

Translation: Actions speak louder than words (and maybe so does the $3.5 million from Russia with love to Hunter Biden).

Putin has made clear that Biden's "quite sharp anti-Russian rhetoric" means zilch next to his plans for an "arms control" reset with Russia. Such an initiative from a Biden-Harris White House would reverse what President Trump has done to strengthen the US stance on Russia, from withdrawing from the IMF treaty over Russian cheating, to (crossing our fingers) allowing the New START treaty to lapse in Ferbuary 2021. Dr. Peter Pry today raises the alarm over his concern that "a Biden administration will almost certainly abolish unilaterally America’s 400 land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs)." 

No wonder Biden is on Putin's mind on his birthday. What a gift he would be to the Kremlin.

The Bloomberg story continues, next tying Putin's remarks to an order Trump gave yesterday to declassify everything related to the Russia Hoax and Hillary's emails (which I take as evidence of the  President's frustration that the real story is not coming out in the "breaking news" of Brennan's heavily dedacted and handwritten (handwritten when?) notes to the effect that Hillary alone cooked up and executed Trump-Russia, about which he, Brennan, actually had to brief innocent lamb Obama). 

The Kremlin leader’s intervention [?] comes a day after Trump announced he’s authorized the declassification of documents related to the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign.

Bloomberg then pauses for its obilgatory bow to the Deep State:

The U.S. president has denounced the allegations as a hoax, even as U.S. intelligence agencies agreed that Russia did meddle in the campaign to aid Trump, and have said that it’s doing so again to denigrate Biden.

Now, things get a little more interesting.

Birthday Missile

Russia’s military marked the president’s birthday by announcing the test launch at sea of one of its new hypersonic missiles.

While the Bloomberg story includes a video clip of a rocket streaking skyward, it neglects to mention exactly how the Russian military got its hypersonic missiles in the first place. The grossly underreported fact is, hypsersonic missile technology came to Russia through a Obama-Biden-Clinton administration's massive, dual-use high technology transfer scheme known as Skolkovo, which also greatly enriched the Clinton Foundation.

This deadly serious national security scandal was first reported by Peter Schweizer in 2016, and has rarely been reported again since.

Putin knows about it. And the Obama-Biden-Hillary people know about it. And Putin knows they know about it. And he has now reminded them again, just in case anyone forgot. Call it a hypersonic missile across the Biden bow.

Then this:

...The Russian leader even argued that the values of the Democrats were similar to those of the Soviet Communist Party, of which he said he’d been a member for 18 years.

I'd wager there are examples galore of American leaders, from FDR forward, who have made the case that the "Soviets" are just like us. But in the reverse? And two decades after the supposed dissolution of the Soviet Union? That is, isn't Russia supposed to be post-Soviet and post-Communist? Assuming the Bloomberg translator is competent, Putin's invocation of the "Soviet Communist Party" becomes highly significant, and possibly a pivot of a sinister kind.

But that's not even all. The acount of Putin's remarks continued:

The Soviet regime’s longtime ties with the Black community in the U.S. could also be a basis for links to the Democrats, he said.

Here is another open admission of the kind of thing that has usually gone unspoken or hotly denied, which makes it all the more unusual. Who and what is Putin messaging? It is well known that co-founders of Black Lives Matter are trained Marxists, as were members of earlier black radical groups. Are we watching anti-US-Constitution forces the world over coming out into the open and into alignment? 

“Equality, brotherhood, what’s wrong with that?” Putin said. “There is some kind of ideological basis for establishing contacts with a representative of the Democratic Party.”

This may be the most important admission of all. Not only is Putin is acknowledging that he see communism in the Democratic Party, he is also pointing to the "ideological" basis for a relationship  between communistic Democrats and Kremlin communists, who, in post-Soviet, post-Communist Russia, are not even supposed to exist.

My best guess is Red October is here.  

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