Why haven’t you assassinated me already, CIA? You should pull a “suicided,” or perhaps a “hit-and-run,” or perhaps a “found dead” on me – should you not? Ah, I guess it’s just a matter of time. I don’t believe that the Mossad or Shin Bet are protecting me from you, because the Mossad and you are in close cooperation. But then again, who knows, perhaps there are actually a few Male Sexualists in Mossad and/or Shin Bet. I sure hope so!
Anyway, let’s expose the likely CIA Psyop that is “Putin is a pedophile.” Basically, this Litvinenko guy, a former Russian spy, exposed a bunch of stuff about Putin, including — 4 months before his death — that Putin is allegedly a pedophile. Now, I think that this is just a CIA (or Five Eyes) psychological operation, but heck, perhaps Putin really is a pedo. Intelligence agencies, at any rate, always do these tricks. Let’s read about that stuff, shall we?
First, here’s Litvinenko’s original article, translated to English, about Putin’s pedophilia.
A few days ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin walked from the Big Kremlin Palace to his Residence. At one of the Kremlin squares, the president stopped to chat with the tourists. Among them was a boy aged 4 or 5.
‘What is your name?’ Putin asked.
‘Nikita,’ the boy replied.
Putin kneed, lifted the boy’s T-shirt and kissed his stomach.
The world public is shocked. Nobody can understand why the Russian president did such a strange thing as kissing the stomach of an unfamiliar small boy.
The explanation may be found if we look carefully at the so-called “blank spots” in Putin’s biography.
After graduating from the Andropov Institute, which prepares officers for the KGB intelligence service, Putin was not accepted into the foreign intelligence. Instead, he was sent to a junior position in KGB Leningrad Directorate. This was a very unusual twist for a career of an Andropov Institute’s graduate with fluent German. Why did that happen with Putin?
Because, shortly before his graduation, his bosses learned that Putin was a pedophile. So say some people who knew Putin as a student at the Institute.
The Institute officials feared to report this to their own superiors, which would cause an unpleasant investigation. They decided it was easier just to avoid sending Putin abroad under some pretext. Such a solution is not unusual for the secret services.
Many years later, when Putin became the FSB director and was preparing for presidency, he began to seek and destroy any compromising materials collected against him by the secret services over earlier years. It was not difficult, provided he himself was the FSB director. Among other things, Putin found videotapes in the FSB Internal Security Directorate, which showed him making sex with some underage boys.
Interestingly, the video was recorded in the same conspiratorial flat in Polyanka Street in Moscow where Russian Prosecutor-General Yuri Skuratov was secretly video-taped with two prostitutes. Later, in the famous scandal, Putin (on Roman Abramovich’s instructions) blackmailed Skuratov with these tapes and tried to persuade the Prosecutor-General to resign. In that conversation, Putin mentioned to Skuratov that he himself was also secretly video-taped making sex at the same bed. (But of course, he did not tell it was pedophilia rather than normal sex.) Later, Skuratov wrote about this in his book Variant Drakona (p.p. 153-154).
Huh! Well, accusing Putin of pedophilia — and, at that, of the “boy lover” variety — is not the smartest thing one can do, if one wishes to remain alive for long. I bet the CIA assured him that he’d be protected from poisonings and so on; lol – you can’t trust the CIA. It’s an organization of psychopaths from top to bottom.
Of course, FSB is probably equally psychopathic. Let’s see what else have we got here.
Alexander Litvinenko’s accusation that Vladimir Putin was a paedophile may have been one of the motives for the Russian government to order his assassination, a report into the former Russian spy’s death has found.
Sir Robert Owen’s inquiry looked at the former FSB agent’s “highly personal attacks” on the Russian President, which culminated with an article on the Chechenpress website in July 2006, four months before he was poisoned.
Mr Litvinenko’s article, which was published as evidence in the report, started by recounting a meeting between Mr Putin and a boy “aged four or five” in a square near the Kremlin.
“Putin kneeled, lifted the boy’s T-shirt and kissed his stomach,” Mr Litvinenko wrote.
“Nobody can understand why the Russian president did such a strange thing as kissing the stomach of an unfamiliar small boy.”
The former FSB agent claimed there were “blank spots” in Mr Putin’s career that could be explained by his superiors’ alleged knowledge “that he was a paedophile”.
Mr Litvinenko claimed the Russian President had himself found “videotapes in the FSB Internal Security directorate, which showed him making sex with some underage boys” that he then hid.
Commenting on the extraordinary and unfounded allegations, Sir Robert wrote: “It hardly needs saying that the allegations made by Mr Litvinenko against President Putin in this article were of the most serious nature. Could they have had any connection with his death?”
The judge’s 300-page report concludes that Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitri Kovtun poisoned the 43-year-old with radioactive polonium 210 at a Mayfair hotel in 2006.
It found that there is a “strong probability” that the Russian secret service directed the killing, and that operation was “probably approved” by Mr Putin.
Sir Robert said there were “several reasons” why the Russian state may have wanted to kill Mr Litvinenko by late 2006.
“There was undoubtedly a personal dimension to the antagonism between Mr Litvinenko on the one hand and President Putin on the other,” he added.
Officials in Moscow have always denied involvement in Mr Litvinenko’s death, with officials previously claiming he was involved in an illicit trade in polonium and poisoned himself.
The Russian Foreign Ministry dismissed Sir Robert’s report as “politically motivated” today and warned that it would overshadow relations with the UK.
“We need time to study in detail the contents of this document, and then give a detailed assessment,” a spokesperson said.
“We would like to note that Russia’s position on this issue remains unchanged and is well known…there was no reason to expect the final report of a politically engaged and highly opaque process to be objective and impartial.”
Don’t comply with the CIA, former spies. If you’re told to accuse someone of pedophilia, refuse. I mean, either way you’re screwed – the CIA can get rid of you, but so can other spook organizations, like those of the Russians, the Chinese, the Israelis, or others. But, it’s best that this “X is a pedophile” Psyop collapses already.
It was the uncomfortable image that ended with a Russian dissident being poisoned with a cup of tea laced with polonium in a London hotel, claims an explosive new report.
Vladimir Putin knelt in Moscow’s Red Square and kissed the tummy of a five-year-old boy.
Struck by the bizarre encounter with the Kremlin chief, Nikita Konkin, the boy in the photo said: ‘I wasn’t ticklish at all. I felt something good.’
At the time it seemed nothing more than a slightly ill-judged publicity stunt.
But months later it would be the catalyst for a bizarre sequence of events that led to exiled former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko and Putin enemy allegedly signing his death warrant by accusing his nemesis of being a paedophile.
Today ten years on from their awkward encounter in Red Square Nikita looks back on it fondly.
At the time he had been on a day trip with his Kolomensk kindergarten when his grandmother, Valentina, had shoved him to the front of a group of crowded boys and in front of the president.
Valentina said he was so star struck from that kiss, Nikita refused to wash his stomach afterwards.
Recalling the moment his gran shouted, ‘look, the president is coming!’, he said: ‘I turned, he was walking with bodyguards. He waved his hand to me as if he called me.
‘I went to him. Putin asked who I am – and then kissed me. That was it. I was surprised a lot.’
‘I just liked him and he liked me very much… I want to be president myself.’
Valentina went on: ‘Everyone around us was so excited, starting to wave their hands, and screaming… As if they saw an alien.’
‘Afterwards Nikita even refused to have a shower. I suggested to him I could put a plaster on that place [where he was kissed] but my grandson even got scared.
‘He agreed to bathe only if we go to the village river. We must go. We’re actually getting ready to go right now.’
She said the President was very highly regarded in their family, who often watch him on TV.
She said Nikita even rehearsed and recited his sentences and speeches to the family.
Putin said after the incident that he ‘wanted to stroke him like a kitten and it came out in this gesture. There is nothing behind it’.
He added: ‘He seemed to me very independent, sure of himself and at the same time defenceless so to speak, an innocent boy and a very nice little boy.’
But little did anyone know at that time the incident would allegedly lead to Litvinenko’s death.
Months after that picture in 2006, Litvinenko wrote a blog alleging that before he became president, Putin was filmed abusing children in a flat where another top politician had a threesome with prostitutes.
The report into the dissident death claimed Mr Putin was a ‘paedophile’, adding that videos existed of him ‘making sex with some underage boys’.
Litvinenko said that Mr Putin destroyed the footage, which allegedly saw him sent away from Russia for a while when he was a student, after becoming head of the FSB secret service.
Sir Robert quotes Litvinenko’s blog in response to the Kremlin incident, which made the inflammatory allegations in broken English.
Litvinenko wrote: ‘The world public is shocked. Nobody can understand why the Russian president did such a strange thing as kissing the stomach of an unfamiliar small boy.’
He claimed that Putin was not accepted into Russia’s foreign intelligence, and given a junior position in the KGB instead, because investigations would bring up the fact that he was a paedophile.
He added: ‘Many years later, when Putin became the FSB director and was preparing for the presidency, he began to seek and destroy any compromising materials collected against him.
‘Among other things, Putin found videotapes in the FSB Internal Security directorate, which showed him making sex with some underage boys.’
On November 1 of the same year, Litvinenko would meet former KGB agents Dmitry Kovtun and Andrei Lugovoy at a hotel in central London, where they had tea.
The exiled Russian dissident spent the evening vomiting. It would later be revealed the tea was laced with radioactive polonium.
It would take him another three weeks to die – enough time to name the men he believed were his assassins, and Putin as the man pulling the strings in the background.
For years, it was thought his killing was due to his outspoken criticism of the Kremlin, and accusations which included accusing the Russian secret service of being behind the Moscow theatre attack.
But this is the first time the blog and its very particular accusation has come to light as a possible final straw.
The wild claim is recorded in Sir Robert Owen’s inquiry report as part of a long list of allegations made by the assassinated spy against Mr Putin after he fled Russia and settled in Britain.
Sir Robert wrote in his report: ‘It hardly needs saying that the allegations made by Mr Litvinenko against President Putin in this article were of the most serious nature. Could they have had any connection with his death?’
Sir Robert concluded that Mr Putin had ‘probably’ approved the dissident’s assassination himself, along with the current head of the FSB. Giving evidence to the inquiry last year, Litvinenko’s widow Marina said she had ‘no idea’ whether or not the paedophile claims were true.
But as the war of words escalated, a spokesman for Putin said ‘such a quasi-investigation such as the one being talked about today undoubtedly is able only to still further poison the atmosphere of our bilateral relations’.
Yeah, we all get it by now.
So, to conclude: it’s either a CIA Psyop, for which Mr. Litvinenko paid a heavy price; or perhaps Putin really is a secret boylover, which, given what is known about him from his relations with his ex-wife, doesn’t seem particularly likely. That it’s all based on him kissing that Nikita boy points to the former scenario being more likely – CIA loves this Hollywood-like propaganda using images or videos to “prove” things i.e. to brainwash the public with these things.
Fuckin’ Deep State.
But being objective, the Russians are also a cruel bunch. Bloody hell, the world is just run by psychopaths all the way.