Suppressed News Archives: The Helsinki Summit

Let's Start With a Bit of History

Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin has a really weird effect on the left, whether or not the moon is full. Depending on who they are talking to, the left either disparages Putin and Russia as our worst enemy or sneers at Russia as insignificant. They chastise Trump for not publicly humiliating one of the worlds biggest nuclear powers, and for ignoring warnings that Russia may be messing with US elections.

Of course, America has never messed in foreign elections. That would never happen. This fits right in with the playbook of the left: It is okay if you do it to your adversary, but not if your adversary does it to you. Truthfully, the most important point here is that it does not bear well for one country to do something, citing any one of a plethora of reasons such as National Security, and then condemn another country for doing the very same thing for the very same reason.

What is at issue here is why does the left not want a stable, more peaceful relationship with Russia? If you compare the climate today with one from history, it becomes a little clearer. There are those who make money off of fear and war mongering tactics. Consider this: Himself a Democrat, President John F. Kennedy drew a bead on a secret cabal whom he swore to dismantle before, “leaving this high and noble office.”

History 101

Kennedy’s words that day may have cost him his life. Calling the idea of secret societies repugnant to a free and open society, he claimed there was a plot afoot in America to, “enslave every man, woman, and child.” Some speculate that it was in reference to the military industrial complex, while others are certain he was speaking of Illuminati, Skull and Bones or other excessively secretive societies.

One impetus of the CIA conspiracy theory, surrounding his death, is that he was shot by the CIA for targeting it for destruction. Many attempt to attribute this to the above quote. One of the most apparent reasons people point to is Kennedy’s desire to pull the United States out of the ill-advised, to say the least, Vietnam war.

Kennedy put an Executive Order out 50 days before his death to withdraw American troops from Vietnam. Had that happened, the military industrial complex would have lost millions, including then Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson. The American Military Complex, run by the establishment (regardless of wing), makes money off of war. We must not confuse the military industrial complex with the military itself. The military itself does not benefit monetarily from war. Military personnel are sacrificed in war for others to profit.

Fast Forward to Helsinki

One result that could have come, if President Trump publicly denounced and humiliated Putin and the Russian government on the world stage, is war. That could have been the inevitable outcome, and leftists know this. However, since neither president indulged the prods of the press, and both actually gave information not covered in the mainstream media, that goal was successfully thwarted.

Despite the screaming and hollering of leftists, RINOs, and fair weather Trumpians, both presidents had good things to tell us. We must, however, go to transcripts and actual live footage, because what was said has been so badly misrepresented by news outlets that we must rely solely on our own understanding of their words. For those unable to watch the Helsinki Summit, here is a decent transcript.

For instance, the mainstream media will tell you that President Trump sold his country out by not holding Russia responsible for anything. Here is what he actually said: “I hold both countries responsible. I think that the United States has been foolish. I think we’ve all been foolish. We should’ve had this dialogue a long time ago; a long time, frankly, before I got to office.

And I think we’re all to blame. I think that the United States now has started stepping forward with Russia, we’re getting together and we have a chance to do some great things. Whether it’s nuclear proliferation in terms of stopping — you have to do it, ultimately that’s probably the most important thing that we could be working on. But I do feel that we have both made some mistakes. I think that the — the probe is a disaster for our country. I think it’s kept us apart, it’s kept us separated.”

President Trump Was Right, Again

President Trump is correct when he says both countries are to blame. There has not been a beneficial line of communication between Russia and America since “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” How anyone could expect good relations between the two countries, when neither one will talk to the other, simply boggles the mind.

Putin, arguably, has some skeletons in his administration. He has allegedly done things against America’s values. His goal is to restore Russia's former glory, which is to say, he wants his USSR back. Debatable at best, he claims to want and to have a democracy in Russia. What is not debatable is that he feels toward Russia in the same way President Trump feels toward America.

To quote Putin: “Where did you get this idea that President Trump trusts me or I trust him? He defends the interests of the United States of America, and I do defend the interests of the Russian Federation. We do have interests that are common. We are looking for points of contact. There are issues where our postures diverge, and we are looking for ways to reconcile our differences, how to make our effort more meaningful.”


In other words, “Trump came to me with the allegations against us, and I told him we didn’t do it. The only thing both of us trusts is that he came to defend America, I came to defend Russia.” Putin’s patriotism towards his own country and his desire to see the glory days of Russian prosperity returned is his primary and only goal.

Is he wrong for his beliefs? He is, quite simply, a lover of his country and its ideals and values. Though we may find his actions are wrong in trying to achieve this goal, he considers it part of doing his job.

The focus should be on this quote from Putin: “President Trump, when he was a candidate, he mentioned the need to restore the Russia-U.S. relationship. And it’s clear that certain parts of American society felt sympathetic about it, and different people could express their sympathies (ph) in different ways. But isn’t that natural? Isn’t it natural to be sympathetic towards a person who is willing to restore the relationship with our country, who wants to work with us?”

GASP! Putin Wanted Trump to Win!

Responding to the question of whether or not he wanted Trump to win, Putin was refreshingly honest. Of course, he did. Reflecting on the previous quote, Putin wanted Trump to win because he, “is willing to restore the relationship with our country,” and, “wants to work with us.” In other words, Putin asks why is it a bad thing to want a person to win who will actually talk and try to make things better between the two countries.

Apparently, the left thinks this idea is horrid. To watch the antics of the left, and the capitulation to their point of view by the skittish fair weather Trumpers, is an exercise in mental torture. Some may find it all funny. Humor is the least of reactions that should be had when senators start demanding military action due to a presidential summit with someone they decided they do not want the president talking to, (for reasons that now seem obvious).

It begs the question, why do democrats resist attempts to stabilize the relationship America has with Russia? Why has Russia, for decades upon decades, been the boogeyman for America? The answer is because it has always worked. McCarthyism is not dead. It just morphed into progressivism.

However, That is Rather Weird

Recently, the DNC chairman praised a bright, (used rather generously, considering), new, up and coming star as, “the future of the democrat party.” The woman is a socialist. Why is this important? To point to the fact that USSR stands for Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Putin’s stated dream is to return the Russian Federation to those days, minus the communism by injecting some democracy.

Therefore it appears Putin believes in Socialism, as the Democrat Party now does. Some will claim there is a way to be a “Democratic Socialist,” but that is an oxymoron. Democracy and Socialism are diametrically opposed to each other. They mix about as well as oil and water.

Which begs the question, why are democrats intent on fomenting war with a man whose beliefs closely align with their own? Because war is money. Do not take refuge in RINO rhetoric though. War is money to them, as well. That is why they are continually, “poking the pig.” Their end game has always been war. Which is why we find our streets swamped with Soros sycophants, hellbent on destroying everything in sight; the idea behind this is to hold hostage every person in America until they get what they want.

Big Bad Boogeyman Said What?!

Many revelations were gained at this Summit. Revelations such as: “For instance, we can bring up the Mr. Browder in this particular case. Business associates of Mr. Browder have earned over $1.5 billion in Russia. They never paid any taxes, neither in Russia nor in the United States, and yet the money escaped the country. They were transferred to the United States. They sent huge amount of money, $400 million as a contribution to the campaign of Hillary Clinton. Well, that’s the personal case. It might have been legal, the contribution itself, but the way the money was earned was illegal.”

What this revelation means is that the contribution, roughly one-third of Hillary’s fundraising total, was illegal because Bill Browder renounced his US citizenship long ago and calls Britain his home. Specifically:

A. It is illegal to make contributions to American candidates if you are not an American citizen.

B. The amount, $400 million, blows right past the limit.

Of course, we should not expect anything to happen to someone committing campaign finance fraud, unless it is just a slap on the wrist. Rosie O’Donnell will never see the inside of a jail cell, though she committed this crime more than once. Most people who commit this crime are given a pass for ignorance, it seems, except for conservatives. Conservatives go to jail, suffer a five-year probation sentence, and seek a presidential pardon. Just ask Dinesh D’Souza.

He Has a Point, You Know

When asked about Russia’s involvement in United States elections, President Putin brought up a key point. It is one leftists should embrace, considering their ideal is that the actions of some do not represent the ideals of the whole. Apparently that ideal only applies to favored leftist pet causes, such as Islam.

To quote Putin: “I believe that Russia is a democratic state, and I hope you are not denying this right to your own country, you’re not denying that United States is a democracy. Do you believe United States is a democracy? And if so, if it is a democratic state, then the final conclusion in this kind of a dispute can only be delivered by a trial, by the court, not by the executive, by the law enforcement.

For instance, the Concord company that was brought up is being accused, it’s been accused of interference. But this company does not constitute the Russian state. It does not represent the Russian state. And I brought several examples before. Well, you have a lot of individuals in the United States, such as George Soros, for instance, with multi billion in capital, but does it make him, his position or posture, the posture of the United States?

No, it does not. Well, this is case is the same. There is the issue of trying a case in the court, and the final say is for the court to deliver. We are now talking about private individuals, not about particular states. As far as the most recent allegation is concerned, about the Russian intelligence officers, we do have an intergovernmental treaty. Please do send us the request. We will analyze it properly, and we’ll send a formal response.”

The Takeaways Repeated

Once again, our U.S. President Donald Trump went to Helsinki to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss and defend American interests. Once again, they discussed Russia’s role, if any, in meddling and interfering in American elections. Once again, they sought a peaceful path to jointly lead our two countries away from the edge of possible war, and through the dangerous minefield of politics, partisanship, and McCarthyist rhetoric that drove us to it.

Once again, the left reveals they want upheaval. Once again, they show they do not want normal relations with another world superpower. Once again, they prove they will do anything to get what they want, including bringing Russiaphobia back from the dead. It would be remiss of New Right Network to not add, once again, fair weather MAGAs fell for it, simply because Trump did not humiliate Putin on the world stage. So much for loyalty.

No one knows what was said between the Presidents behind closed doors. There have been no leaks, no reports, no insider comments to tell us what happened when Trump and Putin met basically alone, except for interpreters. If any humor is to be found with russiaphobes, it is that those facts are driving them incoherently, nonsensically insane. Another thing to trigger them, like a fly that just keeps pestering them; flitting around them with no way to swat it. Now that right there is funny.

Mary Magaline / Copy Editor

I thrive on political dialogue. Communicating truth has a way of cutting through the noise in this world. When there is chaos all around, you will find me grounded in my Christian faith and networking with like-minded friends online. I love President Trump and I want my country back!
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  1. Notice also that Trump is taking it to the Left. By meeting with Putin, it agrees with Obama's "we must negotiate with our enemies." It also brings to bear (no pun intended) the idea of election-meddling: if the Left wants answers, why are they against meeting with Putin? Perhaps he will blow the whistle once and for all on DNC server-hacking hoax!?

    It goes deeper. Putin has spy information that can help Trump uncover America's enemies. Why would Putin help Trump? Because some of our enemies are some of Putin's. I wouldn't trust Putin as far as I can throw him, but if he can verify stuff we already know through NSA, it's a good case. Perhaps the Left is afraid because it is the enemy. Yes, that is definitely the case!




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