Biden Blunders Us Into 'Cold War Vibes'


Joe Biden’s administration is blundering the United States of America into Cold War-style tensions with Russia. Meanwhile, potential conflicts develop all over the world, from Myanmar to Iran to northeastern Syria, where U.S. and Russian troops are engaged in a precarious staredown. The effects of Democrat neoliberal regime-change globalism are now being felt by people in unstable regions all over the world.

The Biden regime is carrying out B-1 bomber training in Norway as tensions accelerate with Russia, spawning “Cold War vibes” as AFP News Agency put it. The renewed Cold War with Russia could have devastating consequences, but the Biden administration is blustering headfirst into bellicosity. The timing could not be worse, as Biden recently used an executive order on climate change to reverse a President Trump executive order banning foreign parts being used for the U.S. electric grid. So the U.S. electric grid is vulnerable, according to the Washington Examiner, to China. In Russia, Putin has been paying special attention to bolstering his electromagnetic pulse warfare capabilities. But Biden blunders onward, making America’s own border security weaker as he angles blindly for a bar brawl with foreign powers.

Biden is publicly supporting Alexei Navalny, the anti-Vladimir Putin Russian opposition leader who has a Yale World Fellows pedigree and the stated backing of ex-CIA kingpin John Brennan. Biden appeared to take a loss when Navalny was sentenced to between two and three years in prison in Russia for not complying with the terms of his probation stemming from a fraud bust. Navalny’s supporters claim he was poisoned by Putin, forcing him to leave the country for a while, but Putin denied it and Russia arrested Navalny as soon as he landed back in Moscow in mid-January.

During the height of the drama, the Russians disseminated video footage of a Navalny deputy colluding with the British spy agency MI6 to remove Putin from power. For those skeptical of Navalny for his perceived Western intelligence ties, that video cemented their distrust. As Russian writer Katya Kazbeck explained, “But I believe that the Russian protests are a mix of organic and astroturfed. I would definitely see what’s happening with Alexei Navalny in the context of the foreign politics of the European Union and the USA — and especially to the presidency of Joe Biden…Alexei Navalny has been in the headlines for his alleged poisoning with the nerve agent Novichok. It’s worth pointing out that according to liberal polls, the attitudes of Russians en masse to the poisoning and its implications differ significantly from the narrative in the western press: while to some people he remains obscure, and many stay neutral, people in general are more distrustful and wary of him than they are distrustful and wary of the Russian government or Putin personally.”

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US-Russia tensions are playing out in Syria, where Joe Biden’s regime seems committed to finishing the Obama-Ben Rhodes objective of toppling dictator Bashar al-Assad. Vladimir Putin supports Assad. The neoliberals want to cut Putin out of the European oil market by building new pipelines through Syria, but they need to remove Assad from power in order to do it.

Shortly after taking office, Biden moved a U.S. military convoy from Iraq into oil-filled northeastern Syria accompanied by helicopters and U.S. troops, according to Syrian media. Not to be outdone, Putin sent Russian troops into northeastern Syria to begin a tense staredown that could determine whether or not the U.S. and Russia actually engage in combat at some point in the near future. This tension plays out as Israel persists in bombing Syrian targets.


Vladimir Voronkov, a Russian and also UN undersecretary on counter-terrorism, declared before the UN Security Council that “The threat posed by ISIS to international peace and security is on the rise again. It is crucial that Member States remain focused and united to counter it, despite the strains and competing priorities brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.” Voronkov is right.

ISIS is back in force, claiming responsibility for two recent suicide bombings at the Baghdad marketplace in Iraq. ISIS is again asserting itself in Syria, where it killed 19 pro-Assad fighters in a surprise attack in Badia. The murder of two Syrian women prompted the Jerusalem Post headline “ISIS returns to target women in Syria.” Four ISIS suspects got arrested in Syria by the Syrian Democratic Forces, an anti-Assad predominately Kurdish opposition group that stated “The captured terrorists are responsible for supplying and transporting weapons and money.”


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Globalist billionaire George Soros held meetings in 2013 and 2017 with Myanmar’s deposed State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and held great influence over her regime, records reveal. Soros’ son Alexander visited Myanmar in 2020. Suu Kyi has been a neoliberal cause celebre feted at Buckingham Palace and championed by Hollywood actors Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell. Now, the military has overthrown Suu Kyi, alleging election fraud. This is causing concern in Soros-world, and thus it is causing concern with the Biden White House.

The Biden administration is strongly involving itself in Myanmar affairs. The Biden regime is threatening Myanmar’s military to give up control of the country and revert back to the government that Suu Kyi led. The Biden administration has announced sanctions on Myanmar generals. Biden’s Secretary of State Tony Blinken is working the phones including with the Japanese Foreign Minister.  There are protests among Myanmar natives outside the United Nations University in Tokyo, Japan, where neoliberals have long struggled to compel Japan to accept mass immigration.

In Myanmar, anti-military protesters are holding very neoliberal-sounding signs in English.

The news outlet Eleven Myanmar reported on George Soros’ son Alexander Soros visiting Myanmar in January 2020 before the Chinese Foreign Minister’s trip to Myanmar. The outlet cited amazing sources to reveal that George Soros personally met multiple times with Aung San Suu Kyi, in 2013 and 2017, and held massive power in Myanmar with her government, with Kyi appointing her national security adviser right after meeting with George Soros. Eleven Myanmar reported:

“Alexander Soros, son of the the American Billionaire George Soros, had paid a visit to Myanmar’s capital Nay Pyi Taw – a week before the Chinese President Xi Jinping makes his official visit at the behest of President Win Myint on January 17 and 18. Alexander, as stated on his social media account, is “back to work” in Nay Pyi Taw before Xi makes his first ever trip to Myanmar in 19 years…

“Similar to the “coincidence” of the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Myanmar before State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi’s trip to defend against the ICJ lawsuit, Alexander Soros is here in Myanmar before the Chinese chief gets here.

George Soros, now 89 years old, has also been criticised as manipulating Myanmar’s politics with him supporting over 100 organizations through the Open Society Foundation (OSF), as stated on the foundation’s website.  The OSF has been spending billions of US dollars in over 100 countries across the world under differently labeled projects…

The book written by Soe Thane, ‘Myanmar’s Transformation and U Thein Sein: An insider’s account by U Soe Thane’, also claims that George Soros, as per his modus operandi to paint the image he wants through lavish funding across the world, had also tried to do the same with the Myanmar government.

The author, ex-Union Minister Soe Thane, of the book recounts on how George Soros and the then-president Thein Sein began contact all the way to the social projects that was carried out in cooperation.

And that George Soros had tried to extract information that he wants from the government, later going onto put in large amount of funds into the Rohingya (as originally stated in the book) affairs.

It says that Thein Sein and George Soros met in 2012 where the latter helped with education and health projects. In 2013, George Soros met with the president and Aung San Suu Kyi as well as other ministers. The book also stated that he only ever met with Aung San Suu Kyi and other ministers at Nay Pyi Taw’s Myat Taw Win Hotel where he stayed. Again in 2014 and 2015, he met with the president again, later meeting with the author Soe Thane himself – asking the author to request of the president for appointing Thaung Tun as the minister to go around the world to invite investments in to the country. That request was rejected by the president later, according to the book.

The book also goes on to state that on January 13, 2017, George Soros again came to Nay Pyi Taw to meet with Aung San Suu Kyi and the next day, Thaung Tun was appointed as the National Security Adviser.


Of course, Hollywood actors Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell have been agitating for years AGAINST the military of Myanmar, which the neoliberals call Burma. The Global Elites support the recently deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi, whom American neoliberals compare to Nelson Mandela.

Jim Carrey, August 2007, all into Myanmar

Will Ferrell cares about Myanmar for some reason

Suu Kyi urges Jim Carrey to care even more about Myanmar and to use American television shows to get the anti-military message out.

Of course, Aung San Suu Kyi met the Queen of England

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