Vladimir Putin is just as bad a Mussolini former KGB spy chief Oleg Gordievsky told Britain.
The so-called “Christian” Russia is worst than it has ever been.
Putin has banned evangelism in Russia, persecuting Pastors, working alongside socialist countries that want to see the destruction of America and is actively corroborating with the Vatican in an effort to prop itself up as the new Global Power in the World.
Matthew 7:15-17 – Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. 16Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? 17Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.
John 3:19 – And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.
Russia Spying on British Infrastructure With Eye For Destruction and Killing of Thousands
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has warned that Russia is prepared to “kill thousands and thousands” of Brits through devastating attacks on UK infrastructure.
In an interview with The Telegraph, the MP for South Staffordshire accused Moscow of researching the UK’s critical infrastructure, including gas and electric supplies, with an eye for creating “panic” and “chaos” for millions of Brits.
“The plan for the Russians won’t be for landing craft to appear in the South Bay in Scarborough, and off Brighton Beach,” said Williamson, who Theresa May appointed defence secretary in November.
“What they are looking at doing is they are going to be thinking ‘How can we just cause so much pain to Britain?” “Damage its economy, rip its infrastructure apart, actually cause thousands and thousands and thousands of deaths, but actually have an element of creating total chaos within the country.”
“They keep photographing and looking at power stations, why are they looking at the interconnectors that bring so much electricity and so much energy into our country,” Williamson added.
“They are looking at these things because they are saying these are the ways that we can hurt Britain.
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Russia is ready to ‘kill thousands and thousands’ of British people
Russia has as many spies in Britain now as the USSR ever did
Oleg Gordievsky was dramatically smuggled out of the Soviet Union in the boot of a diplomatic car. A strident figure of a man, he passed to the British vital details of Moscow’s espionage operation in London.
“There are 37 KGB men in London at the moment. Another 14 work for GRU [Russian military intelligence],” Gordievsky told the Guardian. How did he know? “From my contacts,” he said enigmatically, hinting at sources inside British intelligence.Former KGB agents, including Putin, now occupy senior roles in Russia’s murky power structures. Many are now billionaires. Gordievsky, meanwhile, was sentenced to death in absentia; the order has never been rescinded. (Under the KGB’s unforgiving code, a traitor is always a traitor, and deserves the ultimate punishment.) Gordievsky noted wryly: “I’m the only KGB defector from the 1980s who has survived. I was supposed to die.”
Gordievsky claims he was poisoned in the UK. He declined to say precisely what happened. But the alleged incident has taken a visible toll on his health. Physically, he is a shadow of the once-vigorous man.
Asked whether he thought there was any prospect of democratic change in Russia – an idea nurtured by anti-Kremlin street protests in 2010 and 2011 – he replied: “What a naive question!”
He added gloomily: “Everything that has happened indicates the opposite direction.” He likens post-communist Russia under Putin to Mussolini’s Italy. Theoretically, he suggested, he might return to Moscow if there were a democratic government – but there is little prospect of that.
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Gordievsky: Russia has as many spies in Britain now as the USSR ever did
Putin Spies are Bloodthirsty and Ready to Strike
RUSSIAN spies have infiltrated Britain and the West in “greater numbers than the KGB ever achieved” and are ready to strike at any moment, according to a leading academic.
Operating with a “wartime mindset” throughout Europe, Russian agents are said to be launching cyber attacks, infiltrating governments and killing dissenters Mark Galeotti has warned.
The senior research fellow at the Institute of International Relations in Prague says under former KGB officer Vladimir Putin, Russia’s agents are now more bloodthirsty than their Cold War predecessors.
Dr Galeotti warned Russia has a “network” of sympathisers already in place in Britain and has silenced potential whistleblowers.
Agents have targeted MPs and businesses as they build an army of spies and contacts to be Putin’s eyes and ears in the West.
He told The Sun Online: “They’re trying to build up what are called agents of influence – people who voice matters in certain circles in the UK.
Dr Galeotti’s report on Russian espionage concludes Russia’s foreign intelligence agency, the FSB, which was once headed by Putin and is the main successor to the KGB, is the most powerful and has carried out assassinations.
Russia’s military intelligence service, known as GRU is known for its “aggressive and risk-taking culture” that reflects its military background.
“It’s not a shooting war, but it is a war of geopolitics and trying to undermine our systems.”