The War Against Putin: What the Government-Media Complex Isn't Telling You About Russia

The War Against Putin What the Government Media Complex Isn t Telling You About Russia In the West politicians and journalists of all stripes have referred to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a thug a tyrant a murderer a Communist a Nazi the next Hitler and But amongst the

  • Title: The War Against Putin: What the Government-Media Complex Isn't Telling You About Russia
  • Author: M.S. King
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  • Page: 368
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  • In the West, politicians and journalists of all stripes have referred to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a thug , a tyrant , a murderer , a Communist , a Nazi , the next Hitler and But amongst the Russian people, his popularity rating has reached levels as high as 85% There is even a very popular hit disco song about him A Man Like Putin So, who sIn the West, politicians and journalists of all stripes have referred to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a thug , a tyrant , a murderer , a Communist , a Nazi , the next Hitler and But amongst the Russian people, his popularity rating has reached levels as high as 85% There is even a very popular hit disco song about him A Man Like Putin So, who s right Why such hatred for Vladimir Putin Is it justified Or has Putin been targeted merely for standing up the US EU Axis of Internationalism In clear, simple, powerful and concise language supported by than 100 illustrations The War Against Putin takes readers on an exciting crash course journey from Russia s Medieval founding, through the days of the Czars, through the Communist Revolution and bloody Civil War, through Stalin World War II, through the Cold War, through the Soviet collapse, through the Yeltsin disaster, and finally the Putin led rebirth of the Russian nation It is one of the greatest stories never told , and will shed badly needed light on the new Russia, its dynamic leader, the dark forces aiming to bring about its demise, and maybe even World War III Says Dr William Carlucci I was glued to the edge of my seat with jaw wide open as I read this gem of a book from start to finish, in a single sitting The clarity and simplicity with which King s masterpiece demystifies current events represents a rare ability to speak to the reader with entertaining and understandable prose This piece really needs to go viral, and fast 5 Huge Stars

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    1. This book contains a wealth of information, lots of facts and a theory that the author could defend much better than he does. The problem is in the slap-dash, sarcastic, over-the-top delivery. Some of the things he says about individuals are so outlandishly phrased, so childishly insulting, that you have to wonder about how this book would fare if it were stripped of hyperbole and presented calmly. If the things he says are true, and I know that a good number of them are, then the best thing to [...]

    2. A short and quick analysis of historical Russia and the country’s current leader Vladimir Putin. The author covers a brief historic overview dating back as far as 988 when the Rus State, centered in Kiev (modern day Ukraine) converted to Christianity thru the rule of the Czars. A succinct inquiry of the Bolshevik/Soviet Revolution, the Rise of Stalin, World War II, the Cold War, Jimmy Carter’s Dirty War, the End of the Cold War, the Rape of Russia, NATO’s Encirclement, Attack of the NGO’ [...]

    3. Easy to read and very interesting. This might just be the world how president Putin sees it, including the CIA plots and the demoralizing of Russia scheme. However, there are some facts that make the work less reliable. The author is unable to describe the inner workings of the CIA-NGO-cooperation, some well-known facts are ommited (as people with knowledge about Russia will de able to tell) and instead of using references to reliable sources, the references in itself are merely search terms. It [...]

    4. Interesting ReadingThis is a short book and quick read. While I disliked the sarcasm and flippancy of the authors voice, I found the information and point of view interesting. There are always two sides to the story, and while our media likes to tell us that it is selling the only "correct" view one knows that may not be the case. Looking at things from all angles yields more insight and understanding to the events. Worth reading.

    5. Sigo alguns principios quando vou ler um livro, notadamente de historia e/ou política. Destaco dois deles:1- Uma só informaçao maniqueista e/ou mal intencionada contamina todo a credibilidade do livro (laranja podre no cesto). Quando leio algo flagrantemente equivocado em um livro perco totalmente o interesse e descarto como imprestavel todo o trabalho2- mentir e deturpar a história não é aceitável só porque, teoricamente, voce esta do lado mais fraco. Voce não é menos mentiroso so por [...]

    6. 1/2As a Putin sympathizer, somewhat skeptical of popular media* looking for an examination of the relationship between the Western media and Russia, especially in the aftermath of recent developments in unofficially-sanctioned 'fake news' (relating to Russia, Putin, Trump, and the intelligence community) immediately preceding and intensifying after the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, I can categorically state that whatever I am looking for, it is not to be found here. [...]

    7. IncoherentI really struggled to get through this book because I wanted to get to the part about Crimea and the Olympics. It was not worth it. Current events such as the Syrian war, Sochi, and Crimea take up just a small portion of the book.The book is basically a conspiracy theory. The writer puts forth an anti-Semitic theory that the Council on Foreign Relations has fomented false revolutions throughout history to advance their one world agenda. He believes that the CFR is the true root of evil [...]

    8. There is well-wrought conspiracy theorizing, and then there is this. Putin is portrayed as among the most important defenses against Rothschild-inspired (read: Jewish) "one worldism." Many facts are ignored, and others are spun beyond any sense. For instance, in explaining why Russia could not possibly have been involved in the first stages of the Crimean takeover: "You see, Crimea is a peninsulatached to Ukraine only by a very thin strip of land. Crimea's easternmost point is more than 3 miles [...]

    9. I really enjoyed some parts of this book. Other parts I didn't really agree with. I thought Putin was an interesting person before, but now I also think he is clever, honorable and altruistic when it comes to making his country great again. I hope for the world's sake it's all true.

    10. A complete rubbish! Author does not know the history and is lacking of objectivity. It is obvious who paid to Mr King for this so called book. Waste of time!

    11. لطالما استغربت جدا من الكتاب الذين يتبنون نظرية المؤامرة بكليتها و يعيشون بها و يستنشقونها في كل نفس ، شي غريب حقا ، هذه النماذج في قراءة الماضي والحاضر و المستقبل من خلال نموذج واطار مفكري محدد و مرسوم الملامح - رغم تشابك العلاقات الانسانية بكل تمظهراتها - تجعلني مذهولا من ه [...]

    12. Controversial doesn't begin to describe this book. It appears to be written to challenge every assumption we have, but that can be useful. I do think it is useful to think right up to the fringes of what could be, to see what is reality, but I need to read the references, and research background, to even know what I really think of this writing. I have read enough background material in the past, to have a sense that some of what Mr King states in this book is accurate, but I do think some of it [...]

    13. Excellent book about putin If you want to know why putin is very popular among Russians . Why Western media is against putin and Russia? You will be introduced to the history of Russia. What has happened to Hitler during world war 2 falsely accusing Hitler of genocide, persecution of Jewish people the western media showed Hitler as a mass murderer and a monster wheras the real culprit was the Zionist American bankers who started the world war 2 for new world order read planet Rothschild part 1 a [...]

    14. Slight book written in a chatty and simple style. Some of the facts presented are dubious. Even so, worth a read for the pro-Putin book it is; though in the long run it doesn't do him any favours as there is too much hyperbole and some childish insults against Western leaders, correct though they might be. Also, the author seems hung up about Jews. Worth reading simply for the different perspective, to be filtered easily enough.

    15. Putin, criminal or hero?I don't know whether this author is of a vast right wing, or is saying truth. I still have yet to see what Putin has done so wrongly for people to demonize him. The book generates more questions than answers.

    16. Mind openingMind opening, great book that provides the real perspective of what has and is going on between the counties of the world.

    17. Educational and informative. Anyone interested in history or current events should definitely add this to their list.

    18. ExcellentIn a western world that is indoctrinated by the 'elitist' controlled media and war mongering politicians. This book offers an actual insight to what exactly is going on in the world. People would do well to begin to start questioning all they are being fed and do some research that hasn't been funded by western media moguls. What you find may surprise you greatly!! What ever you are being told is generally the opposite of what is actually happening. Well done M S King!!

    19. Mr King shows he is one of the leading authors within the truth movement with The War Against Putin. The book is brilliantly written and makes a compelling case for the fact that the media, NGO's and various governments are positioning President Putin as the 'new Hitler' in order to slowly slowly bring the public round to supporting world war 3. The propaganda has already started and this important book will hopefully open a few eyes to the truth.

    20. He makes a spirited defence of Vladimir Putin and Russia, much of which rings true. Still, I am not entirely convinced by the author's grasp of history.

    21. Wow!Very eye opening read. A great look into global politics. Is Putin saving the world? Very possibly he could be.

    22. Good readGood look at a different perspectivede me realize if america media lied to us nowwhat were other lies in the past?

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