Murdered KGB Defector Claimed Putin was Caught on Film Raping Boys

November 11, 2022 EternalTruth14 14 Comments

KGB/FSB defector Alexander Litvinenko claimed that Soviet strongman Vladimir Putin was sexually compromised by KGB elites, who had footage of him raping young boys.

When Vladimir Putin was a KGB trainee, he was filmed sexually abusing children in a flat where another top politician had a threesome with prostitutes, Litvinenko wrote in an explosive blog post. Litvinenko made the accusation after the president was pictured kissing the stomach of a five-year-old boy during a walkabout in the Kremlin in June 2006.

It is widely believed that this accusation was the main motivation for Litvinenko’s assassination which Putin personally ordered, according to Kremlin insiders. A British inquiry also stated that Litvinenko’s 2006 allegation was the final straw that led to him being marked for elimination by Putin. The inquiry report describes how the Russian truthteller claimed Putin was a ‘paedophile’, adding that videos existed of him ‘making sex with some underage boys’.

Litvinenko said that Putin destroyed the footage after becoming head of the FSB/KGB, which allegedly saw him sent away from Soviet Russia for a while when he was in training.

Litvinenko wrote:

“The world public is shocked. Nobody can understand why the Russian president did such a strange thing as kissing the stomach of an unfamiliar small boy.”

“After graduating from the Andropov Institute, which prepares officers for the KGB intelligence service, Putin was not accepted into the foreign intelligence. Instead, he was sent to a junior position in KGB Leningrad Directorate. This was a very unusual twist for a career of an Andropov Institute’s graduate with fluent German. Why did that happen with Putin? Because, shortly before his graduation, his bosses learned that Putin was a pedophile.”

Litvinenko also wrote:

“Many years later, when Putin became the FSB director and was preparing for the presidency, he began to seek and destroy any compromising materials collected against him by the secret services over earlier years. It was not difficult, provided he himself was the FSB director. Among other things, Putin found videotapes in the FSB Internal Security directorate, which showed him making sex with some underage boys.”

Litvinenko connected Putin’s alleged pederast past to the case of Yuri Skuratov, a senior politician in Russia who was caught on camera having sex with two prostitutes. In the next section of Litvinenko’s blog that was quoted in the British Inquiry he stated:

“Interestingly, the video was recorded in the same conspiratorial flat in Polyanka Street in Moscow where Russian Prosecutor-General Yuri Skuratov was secretly video-taped with two prostitutes.”

“Later, in the famous scandal, Putin (on Roman Abramovich’s instructions) blackmailed Skuratov with these tapes and tried to persuade the Prosecutor-General to resign. In that conversation, Putin mentioned to Skuratov that he himself was also secretly video-taped making sex at the same bed.”

The Kremlin has largely refused to comment on the allegations made by Litvinenko, only once dismissing the claims as “Anglo-American propaganda.”

Litvinenko died in November 2006 after drinking tea laced with radioactive polonium during a meeting with Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitri Kovtun at a London hotel. Putin’s famous encounter with the five-year-old boy a few months earlier made global headlines, and Putin’s creepy reasoning for why he kissed the boy only leaves us with more questions than answers. Putin stated:

“People came up and I began talking to them, among them this little boy, he seemed to me very independent, sure of himself and at the same time defenseless so to speak, an innocent boy and a very nice little boy. I tell you honestly, I just wanted to stroke him like a kitten and it came out in this gesture. There is nothing behind it.”

The child, named by Soviet media as Nikita Konkin, said that he had refused to wash after Putin had kissed his stomach. “I just liked him and he liked me very much,” Nikita said. “I  want to be president myself.”

From research I have done into how the KGB operates;  I believe without a doubt that Alexander Litvinenko was telling the truth. Sadly it cost him his life. Putin is nothing more than a figurehead and a puppet carrying out his specific role in the global judeo-Masonic conspiracy of world communism. Sexual blackmail or Kompromat, as the KGB call it, has been one of their main tools in controlling their assets.

We now see how widespread this practice is today in the wake of the revelations of the Jeffrey Epstein/Les Wexner Mossad kompromat operation. It should not come as a surprise that the Mossad also utilizes this old KGB strategy, as former Mossad operations chief Juval Aviv puts it: “Mossad is an old Russian school.”



22 Responses to “Murdered KGB Defector Claimed Putin was Caught on Film Raping Boys”

  1. Tapestry says:

    The current Putin looks nothing like the original. We ran the Putin doubles story on here a few years ago. Check out the pictures of the original Putin and compare them with the pictures of the current model. Litvinenko’s revelations were covered on The Tap also. They included the fact that Romano Prodi – President of the EU – was a KGB agent. It would not be surprising that this old stuff gets a re-spin at the moment. A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Bankers, politicians and intelligence services play double games, triple games and endless deceptions. Numerous theories are propagated, but truth is usually not available even as one of the competing theories.

  2. stevie k says:

    Sorry but I just don’t buy this… If Putin and the Russian intelligence services wanted to eliminate somebody there are far easier and far safer methods to conceal the perpetrators than “Polonium laced tea!!” reminiscent of the ridiculous Skripals nerve agent covered door knob.
    Seems to me another it was another attempt to demonise Putin and Russia.
    The British seem to have done a very good job of eliminating the Skripals…. who ever hears about them now?

    • pete fairhurst says:

      Agreed stevie, the polonium story is obvious nonsense, they have more efficient methods

      Skripal story too, more obvious nonsense, utterly false and obviously false too

  3. ian says:

    I know that there’s a current ‘love fest’ with Putin in the alt media circles just now, but bear in mind, none of the coming banking crisis, fuel shortages, food shortages, bankrupt European companies and thus the great reset would work if he wasn’t playing his part. I see him as just another Political figure owned by the Big banker families who run the world. Either that or he is stupid enough to allow the West to coerce him into it.

    • stevie k says:

      And what would you like to see him doing differently Ian?
      How could he stop the coming banking, fuel & food crisis?

      • sovereigntea says:

        Strategically a banking / fuel crisis would work to Russia’s advantage.

      • pete fairhurst says:

        Agreed again stevie. I just bought Alex Krainers book which lays out Russian history since 1989 in forensic fashion

        They hate Putin for a very good reason, he refused to help the West with their intended dismembering of Russia. They hate him with a vitriolic passion as a result. He’s waved two fingers at them for best part of 20 years. They thought that he was malleable and eventually realised that he is a patriot

        The benefits to Russian people have been breathttaking

      • pete fairhurst says:

        Agreed sovereigntea

      • ian says:

        Hi Stevie, It’s easy to think that Russia is good, that they’re a beacon of democracy, and civil rights. They have a Rothschild central bank, and get visits from the world controllers. He could withdraw from Ukraine and put up an army at the border while issuing assurances that he wouldn’t let the Ukraine issue drop, but making the border a deadline. Then the West has the breadbasket which is Ukraine and if they cut off his supplies then they are obviously to blame. Obvious to everyone. Anything else playes into their hands.

      • ian says:

        In addition Stevie, and don’t get me wrong, I’m not having a go at anyone, why can’t all this, the whole kit and caboodle, be organised and planned by or for the guys behind the great reset, it makes sense to me. As far as I’m concerned, we’re all entitled to our opinions, and I accept that I may be wrong, but it’s how I feel it’s going. Kindest regards pal.

      • pete fairhurst says:

        I don’t see Russia as a beacon of democracy at all Ian, far from it. Nor Vlad and his cabal as any sort of saints either, they’ve no doubt lined their pockets in the last 20 years. Their kakocracy pales into insignificance compared with the western dudes. What’s more Russian citizens have been transformed with whole magnitudes of improvement in that time. Stunning growth in all metrics, whilst at the same time the west has had no real growth, just oodles of funny money to make us think that we have

        But, I do see them as hard nosed patriots. You just need to listen to his speeches to Russians to understand that

        And I don’t get your “withdraw to the border” logic either. As things stand then the west is losing ALL the prime land in Ukie, the west is left with is left with the dross

        You really think that the Russians will withdraw leaving a massive western army on their border? Or sue for peace at this stage when they are clearly winning? Why would they do that? Because some western oligarch told them too? I don’t buy that. What lever have the western oligarchs got over them to make them quit now?

      • ian says:

        You’re probably right Pete, I’d rather rely on you guys than me. Take care. and kindest regards.

  4. Tapestry says:

    There is certainly a Russiuan pro-western banker faction, the oligarchs, but Putin has run most out of town.

  5. pete fairhurst says:

    Agreed Tap. That is why those scumbags had to flee to London. We always seem to accommodate the worst sort of rich person in the City

    • ian says:

      Hi Pete, I’m here causing aggro as usual. What was the name of that Gallipoli book you once mentioned mate. I’m going to get a copy.

  6. pete fairhurst says:

    Hi Ian, not causing trouble with me mate. It would be a boring world if everyone agreed all the time

    The books are:

    “Hidden History: a compelling and captivating study of the causes of WW1 that turns everything you think you know on its head”

    More likely the second one explalins about Gallipoli:

    “Prolonging the Agony: How the Anglo-American Establishment Deliberately Extended WWI by Three-And-A-Half Years.”

    Both are stunning and truly devastating for the Brits and French. Both are very tough read and both made me cry at times tbh. The demonic evil demonstrated was off the charts. The story that westerners were told at the time, and have believed ever since, was a total inversion of reality, still is in this sense

    Sound familiar? We all know here at Tap that the best way at looking at an MSM story is to assume that the exact opposite is true.

    Rather like the guff they tell us about Uncle Vlad and his works ;-)) Hitler! Genocide! War crimes! And on

    • ian says:

      Thanks so much my friend.

    • stevie k says:

      I came to the conclusion a long time ago Pete that everything I once took as the “truth” is a big fat lie. We aren’t and never have been the “Good Guys”, if Joe public knew the extent of the crimes of the British and American establishments it would blow their little minds!!!!
      I’m not saying Putin is perfect but he at least gives me cause for hope and we all need that.

  7. ian says:

    Ok guys. You’re all probably correct, and I’m totally wrong, however being wrong doesn’t frighten me. I’m only going on feel. Pete, yes you’re right mate, I’d never make a tactician, and Stevie I respect your opinion as I do the rest of the guys here.

    As I’ve said before, all I’ve got is the fact that it all meshes so perfectly as a distraction, and more perfectly as a precursor for the bank crash, the food, and fuel crisis, and thus the great reset.

    The war itself is very real, and as such is terrible, but our owners care not about our lives. The more deaths the better for them.
    I’d like to have hard facts, but alas I don’t, and I’m resigned to working on feel. Hardly war correspondent material, more Mills and Boon. I apologise for that.

    • Tapestry says:

      One problem with running a loaded post headline like this is that ‘handlers’ pump the post reader numbers until it gets into the Top Ten, so even though it’s only posted like a firework to see the explosion and this is a good discussion, it undercuts the other stuff on the blog to some extent. Better to use a headline like – what do you make of this? maybe next time, Ian. If that is the spirit of the your post. Then it can’t be so easily used to screen out important stuff from the Top Ten. And it doesn’t immediately appear to have editorial support.