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Charlotte, NC — I grew up in the south here in the US and it was filled with sayings that would always catch your attention. One was a saying that there was a fox in the henhouse, which referred to when you let something bad in that would destroy what it was allowed inside.
That’s exactly what is happening right now with Russia, and US mainstream media is ignoring it. Sure, they have shared some stories about Ukraine on the back pages of their sites, but it’s buried well after the January 6 agenda that they are pushing.
All the while, Vladimir Putin has been quietly putting his plan in place in order to rebuild the USSR and control significant levels of natural resources.
In Kazakhstan, there have been a significant amount of protests in recent days over gas price increases in the country. The protests have been deadly and forced the government to step in to “intervene” and quell the protests. The leader of the nation, invited Russia to come in and help.
Kazakhstan was a former part of the USSR, so there’s no doubt that Putin has interest in once again controlling the nation. The President of Kazakhstan is a Russian-backed leader. Now, his nation is full of Russian troops and military equipment.
US Secretary of State issued a warning to Kazakhstan over allowing Russian troops into the nation. Georgia had this happen in 2008 and the Russian troops are still there. Ukraine lost the Crimean peninsula to Russian troops in 2014 and appears poised to be overrun entirely in 2022 thanks to Joe Biden’s weak leadership.
While I understand Blinken’s warning to Kazakhstan, should the warning really be to Kazakhstan, or to the rest of the world?
This is about rebuilding the USSR, but in doing so, Putin gains a significant advantage over the rest of the world that no one is considering. Let me explain.
It was not so long ago that Europe started to experience some natural gas supply shortages. Just last week, prices soared amid the concern over shortages and the US became the largest exporter of natural gas in the world.
Ukraine controls the only pipeline currently in place to allow Russia to export gas to Europe. That’s why Ukraine is important to Russia. It is also why Russia was pushing to get the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that Biden allowed soon after taking office. Donald Trump had stood in its way while he was in office. That pipeline is complete but has not been officially approved by regulators.
When Putin invaded Georgia, he took over a region that controlled gas pipelines. He did not take over the nation, just the most valuable part of the nation. Those troops still remain as I mentioned before.
Kazakhstan is filled with resources like natural gas and oil, which Putin will want to control. He already plays a big part in the affairs of Syria, which is also rich in natural resources. So if Putin controls the pipelines and he controls the resources, do you see what is happening here?
This is not just solely about rebuilding the USSR but finding a way to exert power on a global scale. If Putin’s pipeline wins approval, which is expected later this year, Vladimir Putin just secured an amazing level of power over Europe that has not been seen since World War 2. He controls vital resources that they need and the only other place that they can turn is the US.
So there’s a Russian fox in the henhouse. It has been given the green light by Joe Biden and other world leaders who failed to see exactly what Putin and the Russians were doing. China realized what was happening and quickly partnered with Putin to secure its allegiance with Russia. Will other world leaders recognize what is happening and react before it is too late?
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