If Jewish Bolshevik power never left Russia but remained and, as one of its objectives, created and groomed Israel as a Soviet satellite, is it reasonable to assume that the infamous Elders of Zion—the Kahal— are based in Moscow and not Tel Aviv?
Remember that Jewry once used England as its base of operations, thanks to traitors like Oliver Cromwell, and it appears that not long after Judaic ‘Brit’ain helped found the masonic republic of the United States of America, Jewry set its sights on the Holy Russian Empire, not only to eradicate Christian monarchy but also to set up a base of operations for its international super government.
And if the Chosenite base of operations resides in the Lubyanka, whether through its international crime syndicate Chabad Lubavitch, the POLITBURO, or the still-functioning COMINTERN, it can only be reasonable to assume that its Balkanization plan for the Middle East, commonly known as the Oded Yinon Plan, is also directed from Russia. What’s more, the Yinon Plan seems to serve as a model for a global Balkanization scheme, which is nothing more than old Soviet expansionism, with Eurasian-led global collectivism as the ultimate goal.
Well, as it happens, Russia has a long history of fomenting anti-Zionist agitation, especially in the Arab world. When they aren’t dropping leaflets from planes over Syria with cartoons of America and Israel puppeteering ISIS, the crypto-Soviet empire of Russia is directing almost every single liberation organization (color revolutions) in the Arab world and even in the West. These liberation organizations—like the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), for example—have been telling Muslims for decades that they must rise up against the great Zionist power and its Western backers America. Israel and the West are the great Satan, the rhetoric goes. This is an awfully convenient narrative for anti-Western communist expansionist aspirations, isn’t it? In the West, the KGB-run Irish Republican Army (IRA) is anti-Zionist and even overtly Marxist, as was the violent FLQ separatist group in Quebec, Canada. The continuity is all there: “liberation”, anti-Zionism, and Marxism. Yet no one of prominence seems to make these obvious connections. Of course, these liberation fronts are all about “liberating” said nations expressly so that they can be gobbled up by Soviet expansion.