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    Is Putin actually dead?

    Back in June of 2013, Putin and his wife Lyudmila appeared on Russian TV and announced their divorce


    At the time, it was widely assumed that this was all due to his alleged affair with the bombshell former Olympic gymnast Alina Kabaeva

    Putin and Kabaeva, who is 30 years younger than himself, have reportedly been in relations since at least 2008. It is said they had a son in 2009, and another child, a girl, daughter, in 2012.

    The divorce is widely assumed to have been due to this. That remains the mainstream view, over there.

    However, I have seen another, much more sinister theory that is circulating all over Russian internet.

    It is as follows.

    Putin never really ruled Russia by himself. There is a shadowy network behind him, consisting mainly of other former KGB agents.

    By the summer of 2013, these people may well have foreseen that the days of the Yanukovich regime in Ukraine were numbered, and that Ukraine will soon tilt towards the West. They may have decided it would be a good time to strike, and take back that sacred piece of Russian ancestral land: Crimea.

    Putin himself, however, was actually always a careful dude. As an example, he ordered the army to pull back from Georgia in 2008, when they were on the verge of occupying the whole little country, when they had the Georgian military literally on their knees

    when Russian troops and tanks were on the outskirts of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi


    Russia could have occupied and annexed all of Georgia, there and then, if they wanted.

    And Putin pulled them back. Sarkozy, the French President, came to Moscow and begged him to pull back. And he listened. And he did. Why? Because he probably did not want Russia to occupy another country and create an all out conflict with the West.

    And then, 6 years later, same guy rolls his forces into Crimea?

    Doesn't add up...

    Well, this theory has an explanation: Putin told those Hawkish ex-KGB buddies of his back then, in 2013, that he ain't gonna invade Ukraine. Too much hassle with the West and all. He was adamant about it.

    And they had him killed.

    Perhaps one of his own FSO bodyguards

    strangled him in the middle of the night, in the bathroom, with a garrote, or put a stiletto through his throat (those guys are still trained in the old KGB methods, ya know lol), or plain old shot him in the head.

    And, since then, the ex-KGB guys continued to covertly rule Russia, maintaining the charade by using lookalike doppelganger actors to appear as Putin in public, at events and press conferences and such.

    The supposed evidence is, for example, in the different earlobe shape of actual Putin, before alleged assassination, and the "Putins", who appeared after


    Lyudmila, the ex-wife, may have gone along with all this and kept her mouth shut because a. there likely were affairs, and not just with Alina, and she was sick and tired and hated his fucking guts at that point, anyhow; and, she was well rewarded, she now lives back in St. Petersburg, a very rich woman, running her own company, and married to a man 21years her junior

    She was probably also threatened with the consequences, if ever opened her mouth...

    It is likely, according to this theory, that the man who appeared on TV with het in the divorce announcement, was already an imposter...

    And so, imagine this... This group of people physically eliminated Putin, who was the only one who ever could restrain and control them, to begin with; and now, they are free to do what they want, including seek revenge on America for destroying their KGB and the Soviet Union itself once upon a time... Hence, Crimea. Donbass. Syria. And... Trump 2016?

    Fucking scary, if true...

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    Has Alex Jones heard about this?

    ...and...

    What is Kelly's opinion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Has Alex Jones heard about this?

    ...and...

    What is Kelly's opinion?
    Ha! Hey, for Russia, this ain't even that crazy...

    They actually have had fake imposter Tsars before. Here is one example: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_Dmitry_I

    Bloody Polish bastards lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Ha! Hey, for Russia, this ain't even that crazy...

    They actually have had fake imposter Tsars before. Here is one example: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_Dmitry_I

    Bloody Polish bastards lol
    And if Putin actually IS dead, then who elected Trump as president?

    Kinda shoots down THAT talking point, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    And if Putin actually IS dead, then who elected Trump as president?

    Kinda shoots down THAT talking point, eh?
    I told you who: the crazy, evil KGB people who killed Putin. Duh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    I told you who: the crazy, evil KGB people who killed Putin. Duh!
    Then who are the nut job conspiracy theorists gonna blame for the Hillary's defeat?

    Because we KNOW that they aren't going to blame the people really responsible: Hillary and Obama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Back in June of 2013, Putin and his wife Lyudmila appeared on Russian TV and announced their divorce


    At the time, it was widely assumed that this was all due to his alleged affair with the bombshell former Olympic gymnast Alina Kabaeva

    Putin and Kabaeva, who is 30 years younger than himself, have reportedly been in relations since at least 2008. It is said they had a son in 2009, and another child, a girl, daughter, in 2012.

    The divorce is widely assumed to have been due to this. That remains the mainstream view, over there.

    However, I have seen another, much more sinister theory that is circulating all over Russian internet.

    It is as follows.

    Putin never really ruled Russia by himself. There is a shadowy network behind him, consisting mainly of other former KGB agents.

    By the summer of 2013, these people may well have foreseen that the days of the Yanukovich regime in Ukraine were numbered, and that Ukraine will soon tilt towards the West. They may have decided it would be a good time to strike, and take back that sacred piece of Russian ancestral land: Crimea.

    Putin himself, however, was actually always a careful dude. As an example, he ordered the army to pull back from Georgia in 2008, when they were on the verge of occupying the whole little country, when they had the Georgian military literally on their knees

    when Russian troops and tanks were on the outskirts of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi


    Russia could have occupied and annexed all of Georgia, there and then, if they wanted.

    And Putin pulled them back. Sarkozy, the French President, came to Moscow and begged him to pull back. And he listened. And he did. Why? Because he probably did not want Russia to occupy another country and create an all out conflict with the West.

    And then, 6 years later, same guy rolls his forces into Crimea?

    Doesn't add up...

    Well, this theory has an explanation: Putin told those Hawkish ex-KGB buddies of his back then, in 2013, that he ain't gonna invade Ukraine. Too much hassle with the West and all. He was adamant about it.

    And they had him killed.

    Perhaps one of his own FSO bodyguards

    strangled him in the middle of the night, in the bathroom, with a garrote, or put a stiletto through his throat (those guys are still trained in the old KGB methods, ya know lol), or plain old shot him in the head.

    And, since then, the ex-KGB guys continued to covertly rule Russia, maintaining the charade by using lookalike doppelganger actors to appear as Putin in public, at events and press conferences and such.

    The supposed evidence is, for example, in the different earlobe shape of actual Putin, before alleged assassination, and the "Putins", who appeared after


    Lyudmila, the ex-wife, may have gone along with all this and kept her mouth shut because a. there likely were affairs, and not just with Alina, and she was sick and tired and hated his fucking guts at that point, anyhow; and, she was well rewarded, she now lives back in St. Petersburg, a very rich woman, running her own company, and married to a man 21years her junior

    She was probably also threatened with the consequences, if ever opened her mouth...

    It is likely, according to this theory, that the man who appeared on TV with het in the divorce announcement, was already an imposter...

    And so, imagine this... This group of people physically eliminated Putin, who was the only one who ever could restrain and control them, to begin with; and now, they are free to do what they want, including seek revenge on America for destroying their KGB and the Soviet Union itself once upon a time... Hence, Crimea. Donbass. Syria. And... Trump 2016?

    Fucking scary, if true...
    It explains why Putin would sit for THREE hours-long interviews with American film director and conspiracy nutter, Oliver Stone.

    Showtime is broadcasting them tonight (June 13th) as a premier event, but Oliver Stone has been promoting these interviews on the talk show circuit, and apparently left Stephen Colbert speechless just this week.

    That, you ought to be able to view free on YouTube.

    So, yes. Putin could be dead, but if he is, who is running Russia? Why would that person hide behind a doppelganger, rather than have his image plastered all over Russia, like a typical dictator?

    It's all very Rasputin-esque.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Then who are the nut job conspiracy theorists gonna blame for the Hillary's defeat?

    Because we KNOW that they aren't going to blame the people really responsible: Hillary and Obama.
    Still Russia. Just not Putin himself

    Quote Originally Posted by Madeline View Post
    It explains why Putin would sit for THREE hours-long interviews with American film director and conspiracy nutter, Oliver Stone.

    Showtime is broadcasting them tonight (June 13th) as a premier event, but Oliver Stone has been promoting these interviews on the talk show circuit, and apparently left Stephen Colbert speechless just this week.

    That, you ought to be able to view free on YouTube.

    So, yes. Putin could be dead, but if he is, who is running Russia? Why would that person hide behind a doppelganger, rather than have his image plastered all over Russia, like a typical dictator?

    It's all very Rasputin-esque.
    Because it's easier to just maintain the pretense of the same ruler whom people know and are accustomed to? If Putin just vanished and someone else suddenly appeared, out if nowhere, in Russia people would panic, there would be social unrest, instability...

    So, this way does make sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Still Russia. Just not Putin himself



    Because it's easier to just maintain the pretense of the same ruler whom people know and are accustomed to? If Putin just vanished and someone else suddenly appeared, out if nowhere, in Russia people would panic, there would be social unrest, instability...

    So, this way does make sense.
    There were riots in Moscow this week. Young people protesting government corruption, getting their skulls cracked by the cops and arrested en masse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madeline View Post
    There were riots in Moscow this week. Young people protesting government corruption, getting their skulls cracked by the cops and arrested en masse.
    I ain't talking about some protests... I am talking fucking civil war. Like what went on in Ukraine since 2014, but probably even bigger and worse... In early 90s, there were tanks on the streets of Moscow. People were shot and massacred in the streets. The fucking parliament was riddled by fucking artillery! Much of Caucasus, Chechnya, Ingushetia vs. Ossetia, etc, descended into outright warfare. In Tuva, in Siberia, white Russian skinheads were fighting local ethnic Mongol nationalists in the streets, cutting each other's fucking faces off... Et al.

    That's what a sudden regime change brings out in Russia...
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