I suppose that the other years were some form of “maskirovka“…
I am uninterested in football, and certainly do not watch it on TV or elsewhere, let alone “support” any team, but I am glad to see that the present scandal or storm is waking up quite a few people to the Jewish ownership of most of the most-profitable clubs.
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I have blogged about this before. Putin’s Russia has great inequalities and, worse, inequities, but Putin has been hugely better than drunken oaf Yeltsin, whose 1990s regime was characterized by Jewish fraud and theft on a huge scale (Jew “oligarchs” such as Abramovitch, Berezovsky etc, who in effect “stole Russia”), and by rampant crime, gangsterism, corruption and the disguised slaughter (by hunger and lack of medical care) of millions, especially the elderly.
I was in Moscow (though not for long) in 1993 and was able to witness a society in radical transition which, at times, in places, amounted to being on the brink of chaos.
Putin and his regime are imperfect. After 1953, Khrushchev, one of the worst of Stalin’s cronies, instituted radical reform (the “Thaw”). He made his “Secret Speech” in 1956, which began the shattering of Stalinism.
Khrushchev too was not perfect, far from it. He was, however, necessary, and the only way to get the Soviet Union out from under Stalinism. Putin was the necessary leader after 1999, to put Russia back on its feet.
When I returned to Moscow in 2007, almost all obvious traces of both Sovietism and Yeltsin-era semi-chaos had been obliterated. The Moscow I saw in 2007 was not all to my liking, but it was a functioning society, in a way that 1993 Moscow was not.
Tweeter “Zonderman” has, like so many others, a cartoon view of history. As for Hitchens, he mentions the German WW1 foreign policy aspect of Lenin and the Bolsheviks being sent to Petersburg in 1917, but neglects to see (or prefers to ignore) that the Bolshevik coup d’etat against the first revolutionary government was bankrolled by New York and other Jews. It was, in effect, a Jewish takeover.
As for what “Zonderman” calls “12 years of madness under Hitler“, it would be more accurate to say that the Weimar Republic (1919-1933) was “14 years of madness, brought to an end by Hitler”.
All that and far, far more, brought into being in the merely 6 years of precarious peace (1933-1939).