At any point in time, there are several layers overlapping time and space.
There are events occurring.
There are historical views of the past which filter what is happening.
There is cognitive dissonance which makes it difficult people to adjust their long-cherished views.
There is psychological warfare on the part of money and power interests to try to dominate the filter through which society views events.
One of the major topics which is viewed through certain filters is Russia.
A few days ago I was listening to radio and someone said, “I oppose the hammer and sickle and oppose anyone supporting it.”
That voice is living in the past. That voice is opposing the Russia of the past. That communist Russia has been replaced by a Russia that has returned to its Orthodox Christian roots.
The real threat of communism and globalism comes from within the corrupted Deep State and government of the United States itself.
This is not unknown. It is apparent to anyone who really keeps up with these things through something other than the propanda mainstream media.
Who is pro-family? Russia
Who is anti-family? the United States Deep State
The list could go on with comparisons.
Russia is doing what the morally bankrupt leaders of the United States have failed to do which is clean house. Ukraine has been a proxy state for morally corrupt western leaders in the United States, Europe, and NATO.
The United States has been chief in being morally corrupt. People who consider that the United States has the moral high ground are looking through another overlay of the past. The United States was formed with Christian roots, but that is not how it is operating at present. Russia is opposing this corruption among those who are occupying certain office and/or pulling the strings behind them; these people are not necessarily duly elected, and this should be fairly apparent to all at this point.
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