It’s decision time, friends. It’s time to decide, once and for all, how you are going to survive the approaching shitstorm that threatens to flatten civilization into a very thin and very sad blini.
Do you stay put—even if you are already being curb-stomped by cattle-tag jihadists—and enlist with the local pureblood partisans? Even if it seems hopeless there is such a thing as homefield advantage. Also, there is a certain dignity in standing your ground even though you are guaranteed to be steamrolled by Boston Dynamics dog-bots armed with Uzis. (The people who “like” those dancing robot videos, by the way—shame on you. Those mechanical beasts will be dancing on your skull soon enough. Won’t be so “lol” then, will it?)
Okay, that’s one option—being brave and getting murdered by robots. There are other options though. Like running far, far away. To the most remote corner of the earth. To Russia, for example.
But is this a good idea? Who says Russia won’t also be a clot-shot deathtrap?
We receive semi-regular emails asking us our opinion on this matter. We have our own views about these thought-provoking questions—but isn’t it time to open the floor to discussion? Yes, it is time.
If you live in Russia or used to live in Russia or believe you can offer insight to help solve this burning question (“Should everyone flee to Russia?”), we want to hear from you. Our email is: riley (dot) waggaman (at) gmail (dot) com. We have already started to reach out to individuals whom we believe will help provide a range of interesting and provocative opinions on this matter.
By the way: that’s what we want—a range of views. Even views that will make people uncomfortable. Oftentimes those are the most useful views.
It would be nice if we could all talk openly and honestly about these issues without being bombarded with asinine accusations. As you probably know, unrestricted discussion about Russia is strictly verboten on the internet.
According to Responsible Western Media, anyone who has a single nice thing to say about Russia personally stole the US presidency from Hillary Clinton—the most unlikeable space lizard to have ever existed.
On the other hand, according to the Incredulous 5D Russia Blogs, anyone who has a single negative thing to say about Russia is part of an elaborate deep state blog-plot to overthrow Vladimir Putin and install Margarita Simonyan as Embezzlement Empress of Eurasia (God have mercy). Guys, just trust us on this one.
(By the way: there’s nothing wrong with being extreme on some issues. For example, your humble Moscow correspondent is extremely anti-cattle tag—proving beyond a reasonable doubt that we are the most intelligent, thoughtful, trustworthy and handsome blogger on the entire internet.)
Anyway. Over the next week or two this blog will feature a colorful assortment of opinions on whether or not Russia is (or will be) a safe haven from Klaus Schwab’s stormtroopers. It will be very interesting, we promise you!
We’re going to kick-off this discussion with a radical thesis: Russia could potentially provide a refuge for cattle-tagged asylum seekers from all over the world. We know, quite an incendiary claim.
This observation was made by Dr. Vladislav Shafalinov while being interviewed by Krasnaya Vesnya at the Doctor’s for Truth conference in Moscow held in December. (We attended.)
Shafalinov didn’t really elaborate, but he mentioned how people—specifically foreigners—were contacting him and telling him they were watching the developments in Russia closely. Many people clearly see Russia as a potential beacon of hope.
We’re including excerpts from the interview below. Shafalinov says something about how if the Russian government were smart (very big “if” there, sorry to have to say) it would open its doors to refugees from all over and then harness their talents to do cool stuff. He mentions something about Stalin doing that? Below is an incomplete transcript so if someone wants to add to it/correct it, that would be awesome.
We also included interesting comments he made about COVID-related stuff.
Krasnaya Vesnya: You invited experts from, let's say, another [viewpoint]…
Dr. Shafalinov: I invited those from the other “camp,” although I knew perfectly well that they probably wouldn't come. Well, for many reasons I wanted to convey to them that there are many in the medical community, including the scientific world, who do not share the positions that the various heads of the Ministry of Health, of Rospotrebnadzor, and so on have been expressing to us for a year and a half.
We have an alternative point of view… But of course, [none of these officials] came. But I think that we are being watched very closely…
I wanted to say one more thing very important to me, many foreigners contact me and say we are all watching what is happening in Russia.
If Russia does not adopt this global agenda… then perhaps we will be an island where many smart people will come later. […] By the way, I consider this from the point of view of huge benefits for the state because Stalin did it at the time, because he invited when he realized that, sorry, industrialization is not working for us. He invited the directors of large factories and specialists invited from Europe and actually they first developed the economy and then they advised our own directors and specialists. In the same way, today's situation can be used with great benefit, sorry for the tautology, with great benefit for Russia.
Krasnaya Vesnya: What can the adoption of these QR codes, which curtail the rights of citizens, mean for the country?
Dr. Shafalinov: This is a policy of segregation in the truest sense of the word and it cannot be called anything else. Of course, this has nothing to do with medicine. Professor Vitaly Zverev and many others have spoken about this. That is, it is absolutely clear to all of us doctors that [the adoption of QR codes] can lead to serious serious social tension and even at some stage civil resistance, which is completely unacceptable today in modern Russia. That it is necessary to avoid this by all means.
Krasnaya Vesnya: Are there any negative consequences of mobilizing the entire healthcare sector to fight the virus?
Dr. Shafalinov: Of course there are other causes of natural mortality which are being neglected, including planned medical care to those who need it. The consequences are very sad. […]
Krasnaya Vesnya: Do authorities have statistics on COVID-attributed deaths that involved comorbidities, or deaths resulting from improper medical treatment or hospital-transmitted infections?
Dr. Shafalinov: From my point of view, there are inaccuracies in the statistics, in particular, the diagnosis of COVID-19 patients who died obviously from heart failure, who did not have a positive PCR test. As for deaths inside hospital from pneumonia, this is an extremely relevant topic. [Chief physician of Kommunarka hospital] Denis Protsenko said a year ago that most COVID patients die from hospital-transmitted infection.
Here’s the full interview (in Russian):
I'll try to be brief. There are two types of places where one can escape at least some of the craziness of the forthcoming NWO:
- type one - forgotten places of the world, that are too insignificant for globalists to pay too much attention to, or countries that we call "failed states" where the government capability to enforce its will over people is greatly diminished. Examples of such places could be countries like Nicaragua, Belarus, parts of Iraq, some countries on African and South American continents.
- type two - countries that represent a strongly typed civilization that doesn't consider itself secondary with respect to the Western civilization and the globalist one that emerged from its Western roots. Such states are a very rare find now days and I think that China is the only one today that charts its own course.
Russia doesn't fit into these two categories. First, unlike, for example, neighboring Ukraine it has much more powerful state institutions to "bend its citizens into a buck's horn" (translation of a Russian saying - в бараний рог свернуть, meaning bend someone to one's will). But along with a strong state, that was very traditional for Russia and emerged during the time of Mongol rule (did you know, Russia and China were parts of the same Empire for about 200 years?), Russian elites today feel deeply secondary with respect to the Western elites. So, in other words, Soviets until at least mid-sixties of the 20th century, felt equal and superior to the "rotting West", a cliche of that time, since they were building civilization of a new type that belonged to the "man the creator". But this was slowly but surely replaced by another sentiment which became prevalent by the 80s. If we are so smart, why don't we have 100 sorts of sausage at the store and why can't we buy jeans without paying whole month's salary for a pair?
For today's Russian elites people are nuisance. They simply don't need that many people to work at the oil and gas rigs, to maintain the pipelines, or to work in the mines and quarries to extract precious minerals from Russia's soil. As now freshly elected deputy in Russian Duma, Mikhail Delyagin says "every babushka receiving her pension and other benefits from the state makes Abramovich's (replace for desired oligarch's name) yacht one centimeter shorter". Russia posted reductions in population now for 2 years in a row, 340 thousand in 2020 that was a 15 year record and it is going to be one million in 2021, a record since WWII. And most of it, even according to official statistics, is not because of the famous sniffles, it's the intended policy to reduce the government provided services to the point when the vulnerable and state dependent part of population will start dying off naturally. West chose remdesivir and madazalam, Russia has its own methods, but all of them achieve the same goal.
I promised to be brief ))) so, I'll have to conclude. Russia today is far from being an oasis to escape from NWO. Yes, it has some things going for it, like the majority of the population (unheard of in today's world!) that simply sees through the government's ploy. It has a lot of great thinkers that understand the global processes and can present alternative models of development for the whole of humanity, but these people are completely removed from the power circles and masses that are great at passive resistance, didn't come to a point of boiling yet that would make them not pay attention to police brutality, steep fines and jail terms.
At this moment I personally chose to stay put where I'm, in US and Canada, and hold the ground here. Especially that we are beginning to see a change in narrative and there are other tepid signs of hope that are emerging. People in power here are beginning to realize that with the complete loss of trust in the institutions they were creating for such a long time, they could lose the ultimate control over people and they don't want this to happen, so they have to adjust.
I should be glad if it turns out it is simply possible to VISIT Russia as a tourist this coming summer, as an unvaxxed. So far, except for traveling, life has been pretty normal for me and my family. None of us three (boy age 8) has been jabbed or will ever be jabbed. I work in the social/health sector in direct patient care and even so are still at work. I have been advised to take the shot of course, but have made it clear I will not, even to the degree of writing an official statement that I am healthy and will take legal steps if my rights are infringed upon.
So now I just have to take a rapid test at work every 72 hours and all is okay. We still don't have QR-code rules in Norway. They are contemplating it despite both the political and health authorities admitting it has nothing to do with health, but rather to "inspire" even more to have the jab.
Move to Russia if things turn south here in the west? For me, probably not as approaching my late 50's and don't see how that would make me an "essential worker" or something :-)
We have family in Russia and it's terrible that our 8 year old son and his grandmother in Crimea has not been able to meet for over 2 years because of this plandemic. It's really simple folks, the people in charge don't care about regular people.
Omicron has changed everything, but we must expect the crazies will let lose something really terrible as they're getting more and more desperate. I don't know, but rumours are nasty things like Ebola or similar. Crazy, huh? But at this stage, is any possibility crazy enough to be dismissed? Will they take us to war? Russia and China are fully capable of destroying the west, including the US, as they're far ahead technologically.