Scott Ritter – Agent Zelensky – Part 1

Spoiler first … Zelensky and MI6 – According to former US Marine Corps Intelligence Officer whose service over a 20-plus-year career included tours of duty in the former Soviet Union implementing arms control agreements, serving on the staff of US Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf during the Gulf War and later as a Chief Weapons Inspector with the UN in Iraq from 1991-98.

As a former intelligence officer, I’ve been wondering why has no one done an investigation about Volodymyr Zelensky, the President of Ukraine? His rise to power, in my opinion, represents an incredible manipulation of world opinion that will go down in history as a classic case study in social psychological engineering: an ordinary comedian who came to power because he promised a long-awaited peace, who then dragged his fellow citizens into a bloody war that can only be described as a massacre. With the help of colleagues and experts with first-hand insights into Zelensky, I have poured over documents and video to produce a film that captures this investigation. This story has so many twists and turns that I had to break it into two parts. In the first episode, presented here, I will answer the question about Zelensky’s improbable rise to power, and how the Ukrainian President accumulated his vast wealth, a sum that has only become larger since the war with Russia began. And, perhaps most importantly, why I decided to call this film “Agent Zelensky.”

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3 Responses to “Scott Ritter – Agent Zelensky – Part 1”

  1. danceaway says:

    Discussed at length today on UKColumn. Can find links via 21st c wire I believe.
    Patrick believes this is one of the most stunning pieces of journalism he has come across. Will try to post his segment when it is available. On extra time one of his comments was “This is devastating to the western narrative.”

    Suggest listeners become members of UKColumn to participate in forums and have access to Extra time which is a more informal discussion with a unique nature of frankness which makes it both enjoyable and informative. Give it a try for a month or two, and I doubt you will regret it or look back. Lots of interaction in the chat during the main programme as well, with listeners posting links they recommend as well. International audience also makes it interesting.

    • ian says:

      Yes UK Column gets some really good info out there D’, in a manner which acceptable to newly awake and seasoned truther alike. NB I suspect that the term Woke was likely coined to confuse the hard of thinking.