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Pussy Riot - Band or Propaganda Ploy?

August 21, 2012

Left, Notice the Marxist clinched fist and the motto "no pasarán"on T-shirt, made famous by the Spanish Communist Party and the Sandinistas of Nicaragua

Pussy Riot is not a rock band. They have never recorded a CD, never played in a show. They are part of a Rothschild program to destabilize Russia, ironically using Communist tactics.

by Marcos

It is not something we see everyday: the entire western media, pop stars like Sting, Madonna and Macartney running amok over an obscure Russian punk girlie band. The left wing newspaper Guardian in London screams "It is worse than the Soviet era", and is echoed by one of the bastions of neocons in America, Freedom House, through its director Susan Corke.

The group is called Pussy Riot, and they were arrested for hooliganism and desecration of the Moscow Cathedral, singing blasphemous verses, and attacking president Putin. Last week, they have been sentenced to two years in jail. They were not condemned for their political views, which they have freely expressed many times before.

Pussy Riot is not a band They have never recorded a CD, never played in a show. In fact, they are a radical communist group, that loves Karl Marx and performs in honor of Che Guevara's birthday. They are a branch of the extremist group "Voina", (the word means war), that is known for many disgusting and even dangerous agit-prop actions since 2002. Here is an article describing their obscene stunts.  Now there is strong evidence that they have been supported by agencies from the western elite.

It is interesting to notice that most countries have similar laws against attacks on religion, including England, where the penalty is even more severe, the US and even Brazil, where the action can result in one year of jail time.


Pussy Riot now joins the bare-breasted Ukranian Femen group, the "March of the Sluts" groups and the Gay Parades that have been in the news lately. Always well funded, their agenda is extreme feminism, cultural marxism and the destruction of all traditional relgious and family values. The use of "frontmen", agents provocateurs who end up as "victims" after intentional confrontation is an old tactic of Cultural Marxists.

Russia is now a special target since the country has turned to more nationalist, conservative ways. Recently, Russia has forbidden gay parades for 100 years, and Saint Petersburg does not allow propaganda that may expose children to the gay lifestyle. They also regulated and controlled foreign-funded NGOs, thus cutting the arms of foreign influence in Russia.

The proof that the global media doesn't care about freedom of expression is that, almost at the same time, Julian Assange from Wikileaks fame was thrown to the dogs. There was even talk about Britain invading the Ecuador embassy in order to arrest him. Madonna surely didn't utter a word to support him.


Putin inherited a country in ruins. Russia had life expectancy levels comparable to some poor African countries. Once known as a source of Nobel Prizes, now Russia ranks behind Turkey in educational tests and produces less than 1.7% of all published scientific research in the world.

The demographic situation of the country is abysmal. Russia is the largest country in area in the world but its population is declining by the day.  Considering that Russia ranks first in natural gas reserves with 643 trillion cubic feet, we see that Russia is like a wounded bear, ready for the hyenas to attack.

It is common knowledge that Gorbatchev intended to deliver Soviet Union into the hands of the new world order elite. A New Ager himself, he put almost all riches of the country in pockets of Masonic bankers and oligarchs who were front men to Rothschild interests.

However, they underestimated the strength of the KGB and the star of Putin. Gorbachev could move to San Francisco, but the KGB officials wanted to keep their power.

Marxist Russia was, after all, more Russian than Marxist. Even in Stalinist times,  Russians always wanted their country to be the leader of the Communist world. They built a state bureaucracy so strong that it resisted the end of materialist Marxism. Putin (and his mentor Aleksandr Dugin) still believe in the promise of an Eurasian empire led by Russia, Marxist or not.

Putin must have realized that Russia was at a crossroad and strong action was needed to save the country from more plunder and the destruction of the government bureaucracy (KGB) privileges. He confronted the oligarchs and send many to jail. He allied himself with the Orthodox Church and the patriotic spirit of the people, and that's why he is loved by so many Russians.

Russia is now more concerned with its power as a nation and its state bureaucracy than championing Marxism. Materialist Marxism has passed its expiry date and now Cultural Marxism has been adopted by the western new world order elite. It is the way they control societies.

Finally, let's remember that Russia is no angel. Putin is indeed an authoritarian leader and KGB is still active in several countries. Its profile is fascist. It is very ironic that Cultural Marxism is being used to attack Russia, the same tool that it used successfully for decades against the West.


The western satanic elite is using NGOs to destabilize countries which are resisting their new world order and undermine any values that empower the individual, such as family, patriotism and religion.

In typical School of Frankfurt strategy, it works with opinion leaders, the media, show business and education. They make it look like the desired change had grassroots origins. In integrated countries, it mostly uses political correctness and eco-nazism (Greenpeace, WWF).

The so-called Arab spring was without a doubt the most successful application of this strategy so far. Small groups funded by the elite, many times through George Soros and his many organizations, spread dissent in society (agitprop Marxist tactics). In the Islamic countries, this resulted in the coming to power of the Muslim Brotherhood, a Masonic organization which works for the NWO. Now the elite is trying the same strategy with Russia. 

It seems there is resistance to the western-based New World Order in  Russia and perhaps China. These countries have been in and out of control, but their patriotism and isolationism make them special cases.

Geopolitics is still relevant. Unfortunately, both have maintained some sovereignty from the western NWO only through authoritarian (and in the Chinese case, murderous) regimes.

If Russia, through Putin, has indeed deviated the western New World Order, we can be sure that conflict can only escalate in the future.

Related - Israel Shamir -- Pussy Riot - Secret History

Paul Craig Roberts - PR - Unfortunate Dupes of US Hegemony 

 Illuminati Killed Communism to Reclaim Russia

The US Campaign to Destabilize Russia

Western Mass Media - Shameless agitprop 

"Why Pussy Riot Honors the Struggles of Women Everywhere"

First comment from Dan

To those that just entered the theatre - it's important you know that this has been a show in progress for a long, long time.  Before Pussy Riot, before Limonov, before Trotsky - before Lenin even.....The "show must go on".

Look at the dialectics of the 'Pussy Riot' simulacrum.   They're deliberately over the top that people who care for social stability (traditional values) are driven to look to Putin and the KGB as the good guys. Think about it.  There are no good guys running world powers.  Orwell was right.

The other demographic is the kind of youth that buys Lady Gaga CDs and cheers for gay parades and 'gay marriage'  - even though they're not gay themselves.  Look at the propaganda rag 'the Globe and Mail'.  "Why Pussy Riot honours the struggles of women everywhere "

The Russian agitprop mill, "RT" promotes, "Russian society divided on Pussy Riot trial"

R U Sirius? How does cutting down a cross monument to the victims of the Stalinist Holomodor famine  with a chain saw in Ukraine "honour" women?

What "struggles"?  The struggle to pee in holy water fonts?

This is just another manifestation of phoney revolutions incorporated that we've seen pop up as 'Arab Spring' and 'Occupy Wall Street'.

Don't forget where it comes from.  There's no mystery here.

Don't forget phoney opposition leader Eduard Limonov (real surname Savenko - "Liminov" is slang for hand grenade in Russian)

He was a big professional agitprop 'artist' agitator during the 70's through around 2004.  His last successful stunt was a similar term in Moscow jail for protesting Putin by ordering punks to seize the old KGB building ala 'Occupy'.
HIs "Nazbol movement" ("Nazi Bolsheviks") was pretty clever guerrilla theatre, I must say - much more amusing than the unimaginative antics of 'pussy riot'.

But Limonov is pushin' '70.  He's currently 69.

"Moscow mayor denies Limonov permission to hold Aug. 31 rally" 

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Pussy Riot - Band or Propaganda Ploy?"

DC Dave said (August 23, 2012):

Here's the most telling paragraph in the Shamir article, as I saw it:
> Two years’ sentence is quite in line with prevailing European practice. For much milder anti-Jewish hate talk, European countries customarily sentence offenders to two-to-five years of prison for the first offense.

The Russians applied hate crime laws to offenders against Christian faith, and this is probably a Russian novelty. The Russians proved that they care for Christ as much as the French care for Auschwitz, and this shocked the Europeans who apparently thought ‘hate laws’ may be applied only to protect Jews and gays. The Western governments call for more freedom for the anti-Christian Russians, while denying it for holocaust revisionists in their midst.

Michael said (August 23, 2012):

Hi Henry,

Re: The video of a FEMEN woman cutting down the Holodomor Memorial Cross.

I guess, according to her, the ten million Ukrainian Christians who were starved to death by Stalin "deserved to die"?

I noticed that after she cut down the cross, she made a Tarot "Hanging Man" pose.

I wonder who her handlers are?

Christopher said (August 22, 2012):

While I am appreciate of the essay by Marcos, esp. the links pointing out the connection to Soros (and summing up their offensiveness), it was only one of them (Tolokonnikova) who participated in the public fornication. I think she is the one of the three who is the atheist, and she is the one who wore the “Pasanrani” shirt. Yes, they are leftist hooligans. And I am not going to side with the “free Pussy Riot” meme – they deserve some punishment. But the interruption of the religious services, while deeply offensive and immoral to all Orthodox believers, was not their real crime. The real crime is the protest against Putin, who is USING the Church, as many Russian rulers have before him, to consolidate and and aggrandize his political power.

This is intelligently explained by Yekaterina Samutsevich in her closing statement:

I would not expect such a statement from the trendy leftists of the West.

I would add:

“The Antichrist is not to be found in the deniers, but in the small affirmers, whose Christ is only on the lips.”
-Fr. Seraphim Rose

The greater offense is the “small affirmers” who co-opt and co-exist with what is obviously the corrupt government of Putin.

Joseph said (August 22, 2012):

Neither propaganda ploy nor band, more like a bad publicity stunt meant to stir up dissent towards Vladimir Putin's unprecedented third term as President of Russia. Next we'll see PR on tour in western Europe and Canada. It is unlikely we will see a boycott of their supporters products or fewer people attending concert appearances.

I would feel more at ease if President Putin were to renounce communism while insisting that the communist remnant in Russia give up on Marxism and its derivative political philosophies to include socialism, lib'relism and progressivism. All those ideas which work against righteous western civilization.

One question sticks in my mind: Does Russia really need western Europe? With Russia covering the largest land area on the planet, having extensive natural resources, why the need to look westward when Russia could become self-supportive within its own borders?

Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Kazakhstan constitute the larger republics within the former USSR, if they were to cooperate and combine their efforts into a "Commonwealth of Independent States" as they are so named, there would be little need for interaction with the rest of the world for subsistence.

Prior to 1900, Tsarist Russia may have been on the way to becoming just such a nation. The powers-that-be during this time couldn't allow that to happen, and thusly the communist revolution is brought to Russia. Were Russia to become a break-away empire from the NWO, it is very likely all efforts militarily as well as economically will be brought against her. But if President Putin can establish Russia as a self-supportive political entity with little need for outside resources, any effort to halt this will be wasteful.

Pat said (August 22, 2012):

The thing that gets me about this, is that people like Madonna and Paul McCartney are jumping on the band wagon to defend these morons.

I would like to see these two knuckleheads try this type of nonsense in some place like Westminster Abbey and let's see how far they would get.


Thanks Pat

Shows how entertainers are chosen for their politics.


Len said (August 22, 2012):

Marcos' basic conclusion in his excellent article is so right-on:
"The western satanic elite is using NGOs to destabilize countries which are resisting their new world order and undermine any values that empower the individual, such as family, patriotism and religion."

For a number of years now I have maintained that ONLY Russia, China, and the nations of Islam are the "wildcards" and the "uncontrollable factors" in the NWO Agenda. This political, economic, and military block ARE FAR from innocent or perfect or "ideal" in any way, ... but they *do* represent a counter-balance to those who are determined to enslave the whole of humanity under their global and centralized power-schemes.

People can say that I am "just a naive man of faith", but I have no faith in the political systems of Man [and that which dominates most of them]. My faith is in the Promises of Christ as the return Messiah, ... and in those who truly uphold His values and Kingdom. The kingdoms of this world are tottering on the brink of collapse and Judgement. I have put my faith, not in "Man", {and certainly not in "religious-systems"} but in The Man Who made the Way.

Greg said (August 21, 2012):

It isn't all doom and gloom out there. Those nasty little Gramscian Cultural Marxist bitches are going to have a tough time in jail, one hopes.

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