Amphiist 18: A defence of Putin and Assad, condemnation of depopulation tactics

· Philosophy, Politics

There are many sides fighting to influence our world view

We need to listen to all of them (free speech)

Including what the mainstream media refuses to cover

The rest of us are entitled to our perspectives:

Shia Muslims, men’s rights, socialists, etc.

Amphiist is a Greek word meaning looking at both sides

Amphiist (18)

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January 6, 2018                                 Today in the…

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Mainstream media perspective

The mainstream media tells us that Russia, Syria, Libya, Iran, Iraq, and other countries are corrupt and that the men who lead or have led these nations are dictators who basically deserve to be killed. They routinely claim that Assad uses chemical weapons against his own people, that Putin kills anyone who disagrees with him, and that men like Ghadaffi deserve to die as they are supposedly tyrants. They simultaneously downplay the nefarious acts of the leaders of countries which put their own interests first ahead of those of the globe. There is much more objective evidence which testifies to the machinations of the latter, than the former.

(Turn page over for another perspective)


The Other Side

My take on this is that Assad and Putin are nobly fighting against the violent globalists who want to control the masses through central banks and constant wars which depopulate. The elite, to be very specific, implement their depopulation program in many different ways. They encourage abortion, they encourage war, they encourage radicalized gender ideas which have the practical result in fewer men and women creating children together, etc. The fewer humans there are, the more control the elite themselves will exercise.

Putin and Assad both probably do things domestically of which I wouldn’t approve. Killing journalists because they fight against propaganda is evil. Silencing dissidents in general is evil. But have you noticed that when Assad is in public, no one looks afraid? Instead, the crowds adore him and are all smiles. This is not a picture we would see if he really was a terrorist. Voltaire said to find out who is in control, find out whom you can’t criticize. This does not apply to people like Putin and Assad.

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