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The New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump by Michael Novakhov: A Psycho-Historical Study - Web Review - 2:09 PM 1/4/2019

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GRU, the Russian Military Intelligence masks as FBI xe2x80x93 (?!). Do we know about it? Do we think about it?xc2xa0| Suspect in Capitol car attack posted about fears of FBI and CIA week before ramming officer. | M.N.: FBI: Declassify and disclose all the background information on Noah Green.xc2xa0 His name might also be a xe2x80x9ctelling namexe2x80x9d. Those who are in the know might guess what it means.xc2xa0 Try to unravel the mysteries of the situation by examining closely this personxe2x80x99s life and his connections.xc2xa0

xe2x80x9cThe same day, Green uploaded an image of a certificate that appeared to recognize a gift he had made to the Nation of Islam of $1,085.xe2x80x9dxc2xa0

M.N.: This number: $1,085 is odd (not the usual even number, such as $1,000, $2,000, etc.), therefore it might contain the message; I think, most likely it points to a year in the World History:xc2xa0year 1085. The most notable events of that year in history appear to be: 1.xc2xa0Completionxc2xa0of the xe2x80x9cDomesday Bookxe2x80x9c, and 2. The beginning of the introduction of the paper money in China:xc2xa0The output ofxc2xa0copperxc2xa0currency for the Chinesexc2xa0Song Dynastyxc2xa0reaches 6 billion coins a year, prompting the Chinese government to adopt the worldxe2x80x99s firstxc2xa0paper-printed moneyxc2xa0later in thexc2xa01120s.xe2x80x99

Both events can be viewed as the references and allusions to the present day situations and circumstances: xe2x80x9cthexc2xa0doomsday scenarioxe2x80x9d for the Western Civilization and the xe2x80x9cAmerica as the global monetary printing pressxe2x80x9c.xc2xa0

The allusions to the WW2 may also be present: The Operation Doomsday of the WW2.xc2xa0

These allusions and references lift the veil (deliberately semitransparent) over the minds, mentality, and the backgrounds of the putative masterminds of thesexc2xa0hypothetical intelligence operations. In my opinion, humble or not, they are the leaders and the functionaries of the New Abwehr, the hypothetical construct which I use in the attempts to analyze and to understand these phenomena. This point of view is supported by the the quite visible activization of thexc2xa0Extreme Rightist and the frankly Fascist political and social movements and groups.xc2xa0

The twist in this concept is that after the WW2 the remnants of the Nazi Abwehr adopted the anti-Hitler and the anti-Nazi stance, outlooks, and xe2x80x9cideologiesxe2x80x9d, placing them in the Leftist camp. However, the New Abwehr stays high above all the transient political plays and frays, it is concerned mostly with the overcoming the effects of the formal German defeat in the WW2 and their many feelings ofxc2xa0guilt, sorrows, recriminations, post mortem analyses, repetition compulsions elements, rationalizations, etc., etc. Their main preoccupations are the German dominance in the World, the new World order (xe2x80x9cmy wayxe2x80x9d, anyway),xc2xa0 and the global political and economic matters which are their tools in governing the World.xc2xa0

This concept of mine may be right or wrong but it has to be considered and explored further, if we really want to get to the Truth.xc2xa0

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Was Noah Green the weaponized target of the GRU (Russian Military Intelligence) which is masked as the FBI Cointelpro? xe2x80x93xc2xa0Google Searchxc2xa0

Just like the scores of others involved in the similar incidents and accidents?xc2xa0

Does the FBI investigate this hypothesis?xc2xa0

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The New Abwehr Hypothesis

The 9/11 was inadequately investigated and incorrectly and superficially diagnosed.xc2xa0The price was the twenty years of relentlessxc2xa0Hybrid (Intelligence) Warxc2xa0attacks, large and small, deadly and symbolic, intimidating and threatening in their nature and directions. This undeclared, invisible, maskedxc2xa0Cold War 2xc2xa0culminated in thexc2xa0Trump Presidency,xc2xa0Corona Pandemicxc2xa0(I think the connection is present), and thexc2xa0Capitol Riot of 1.6.21. The same mistake of the inadequate investigation, committed again, can be very costly. It very well might be thexc2xa0existential threat, in its various aspects.xc2xa0

xe2x80x9cAll roads lead to Putinxe2x80x9d, Nancy Pelosi diagnosedxc2xa0the situation in five words. I agree with her, it is almost obvious. I will take this Interpretation a couple of steps down the same logical road:xc2xa0

1. Putin is the agent of the German Intelligence,xc2xa0which is in alliance with the elements of the Russian Intelligence Services, the Russian Mafia State, which are the KGB revived, and with the Russian Jewish Organized Crime, the TOC.xc2xa0

2. I came to believe that the German Military Intelligence after WW2 played the major role in all the historically significant World events and made inroads into the other services and the Government structures, including the FBI, the CIA, the State Department, etc., etc. The structures of the Russian State were penetrated in a similar fashion, however more secretively, carefully, and discreetly. I call thisxc2xa0the New Abwehr Hypothesis of the major World events after WW2.xc2xa0

3. I believe that behind the 9/11 is the the hypothetical, very powerful and skillful structure of the New Abwehr. They use the Arabs, the Russians, the Chinese, the Israelis, and others as their covers.xc2xa0

4. I think that the New Abwehr hypothesis has to be researched and investigated in the utmost depth. You cannot cure or even help the illness if your diagnosis is incorrect. It makes it worse. And there were a lot of incorrect diagnoses in both the Medicine and in the Intelligence Work. Not the political correctness but the complete and total independence in the Intelligence and the Counterintelligence Analysis. Speak Truth to Power.xc2xa0

Thexc2xa0Delphic Truthsxc2xa0are the greater truths. They are the intuitive correct diagnoses, the sacred whispers, the dreams coming from the depths. They are the Essence, theyxc2xa0arexc2xa0the Truth. Their coherence and internal consistency, logic and knowledge differentiate them from delusions and conspiracy theories. However, these Delphic Truths have to be checked out and convincingly translated and proven in clear and evidence based concepts and language.xc2xa0

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The formulation above appears to be a new, novel, xe2x80x9cmedicalxe2x80x9d approach in the attempts to recognize, to diagnose the Intelligence Operations and their ultimate Authors, for whom this activity is a High Art, intensely emotionally charged. Ultimately, such attempts at recognitions, identifications and authentications are the xe2x80x9csmell testxe2x80x9d.xc2xa0

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