Chapter Fifty-Eight of The Haunted Heaven: The Worldwide Politburo's "Spin"
By Michael Moriarty
"Syria", as the New York Times reports, "Russia's last ally in the Middle East and home to Tartus, its only foreign military base outside the former Soviet Union"
It may well be Vladimir Putin's last stand.
Or will Putin knuckle down to the Worldwide Politburo's election-year "spin" on the inevitable "departure" of Bashar al Assad from Syria?
The Times quote should read, instead of "former Soviet Union", the "neo-Soviet Union under Vladimir Putin" … but then again we're dealing with the New York Times.
Putin's really all we hear about out of Russia. Isn't that interesting?
Even under the Soviet Union's Uncle Joe Stalin there was room for a few famous Russians such as Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Nijinsky. Under Vladimir Putin there is only one famous living Russian and it's apparently Moscow's and St. Petersburg's (aka Leningrad's) one great celebrity, Vladimir Putin.
My guess at what's going on?
His "leaving office" hasn't happened yet, as of July 14, 2012, but it will.
Despite Assad's apparent agreement to the UN proposals, Bashar will become a "Bye-Bye".
The Marxist New World Order with its three capitals of Beijing under the Red Chinese Politburo, Moscow under neo-Soviet Vladimir Putin and Washington under the Progressively Marxist Barack Obama, and the entire future of the Progressively Marxist New World Order demands that it bow to this predictably popular opinion:
Such a radically new policy for Communist leadership, in my opinion, puts Vladimir Putin himself under the weight of an increasingly doubtful future. He has been a graduate of the KGB's "Old School Leninism".
The sudden "disappearance" of a villainous leader will be touted by the Mainstream Media as just another "backroom triumph" for the quietly forceful "Democrat" President Barack Hussein Obama.
Will Putin have willingly agreed to the Worldwide Politburo Spin on this event? I doubt it.
If Putin was sincerely reluctant to send his military to Syria, why did he do it?
I will, at some future date, try and share my thoughts about that film in an article for Ottawa Life Magazine.
One really can't understand the inevitable suffering and insanity of Communist leadership without seeing the price of the Marxist/Leninist ambitions to rule the world with The Iron Curtain's Iron Fist as it played out so disastrously in Communist East Berlin.
As President Obama would be obliged to say, "The Lives of Others is quite a 'learning moment'."
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org.