Occult Agenda? David Livingstone on the assassination of Darya Dugina. Russia Putin' Alexander Dugin




Published on Aug 24, 2022

Occult Agenda? David Livingstone on the assassination of Darya Dugina Putin Alexander Dugin

Study of the Occult reveals a fascinating version of history, which reveals a completely different pattern and significance than has otherwise been taught by mainstream historians. In fact, McNeill’s “history” is propaganda, associated with a project from the University of Chicago, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, which is known as the “Western Civilizations Course.” It represents a eurocentric version of history inspired by the philosphy of Hegel. Interestingly, the one proof of Hegel’s affiliation with the Illuminati was his mention of the Owl of Minerva, the society’s symbol, which is also the logo of the Liberal Arts College.

Rather, the so-called history of “Western Civilization” as it is taught is inspired by the Kabbalah, which teaches history as an unfolding divine plan, where God is man who comes to know himself. Supposedly, man’s intellectual development begins in Greece, with the emergence of philosophy, supposedly the first rejection of God, and the first attempt at the independent use of “reason.” In reality, Greek philosphy represented the first important development of the Kabbalistic tradition, which forms the bedrock of the Western occult tradition, which shaped most of the key events of Western history, from the Crusades, to the Renaissance and finally the Enlightenment, which shaped our modern era.

Translated from Arabic:
Russian media sources said that the fingers of accusation in the assassination of the daughter of the Russian thinker Alexander Dugin are heading towards the Israeli Mossad, after the Israelis accused Dugin of being behind the decision to ban the Jewish Agency in Russia and after his repeated calls for the Russian leadership to take decisive positions on the Israeli raids on Syria

The Russian Ministry of Justice applied to a court recently to shut down the Moscow office of the Jewish Agency for Immigration at a time when Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid warned that doing so would be a dangerous measure that would affect relations between the two countries. The agency was established in 1929 and began its activities in Russia in 1989 helping Jews to migrate to occupied Palestine. On 15 July, the ministry filed a complaint against the agency before a court in Moscow.

The reason for Russia shutting down the Jewish Agency's branch in Moscow may be the fact that when he was foreign minister Lapid condemned the Russian war in Ukraine and Israel sided with the US; he also accused Russia of committing war crimes. Russia then discovered that several hundred volunteers holding Israeli citizenship were fighting for Ukraine against Russian troops.

Commenting on the closure of the agency's office in Moscow, Lapid said: "The Jewish community in Russia is deeply connected with Israel. Its importance arises in every diplomatic discussion with the Russian leadership." It is important from Israel's point of view to keep the flow of Russian Jews going to the occupation state, which needs more Jews to migrate to benefit Israel in terms of the demographic conflict with the Palestinian people on one hand, while also benefiting from their scientific and academic expertise on the other.

The former Soviet Union was one of the first countries to recognise the Israeli occupation state and establish diplomatic relations with it in May 1948. Relations between Moscow and Israel were severed in 1953, 1956 and again in June 1967 following Israel's refusal to agree to a ceasefire in the Six Day War with its Arab neighbours. Contact at the consular level resumed in 1987, but 1991 witnessed the restoration of diplomatic relations between Israel and the former Soviet Union. With the dissolution of the USSR the Russian Federation maintained such relations with the occupation state, and the doors for migration to occupied Palestine were opened wide for Russian Jews.


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