Carlson’s Putin Interview: 7 Key Revelations

By Neenah Payne

Tucker Carlson’s Explosive Interview With Vladimir Putin shows that Carlson  received death threats because of his interview with Vladimir Putin of Russia on February 8. He also faced calls to bar his return to the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave where freedom of speech and freedom of the press are protected by the First Amendment.

Did Carlson face these threats because his interview with Putin revealed that it is not Russia, but the US that is pushing humanity ever deeper into this dangerous and expensive war? Is that why all the talking heads of the legacy media – now a sock puppet for the US government – condemned Carlson’s decision to interview Putin? Del Bigtree, host of The Highwire which airs online Thursdays at 2PM ET, showed that many other American journalists have interviewed Putin and it was never considered “treason” as Carlson’s interview was labeled.

How Boris Johnson Sabotaged World Peace shows that, as Putin pointed out in the interview, Russia and Ukraine were about to sign the Minsk Accords in March 2022 – but they Boris Johnson, then Prime Minister of Great Britain, torpedoes the accords in April because the West wants to use the war to weaken Russia. The West also wants to include Ukraine in NATO.

Game-Changing Tucker Carlson Interview! explains that Carlson’s interview in January with Dr. Brett Weinstein, an evolutionary biologist, went viral – reaching more than 3 million per day. Weinstein pointed out the need for qualified journalists to raise important questions. He says:

So, we have to boot up some kind of new institution that will allow us to do this job well. And presumably that will involve taking the few investigative journalists…and the few scientists and doctors who are willing to still do their job.

Google Says Websites Can’t Discuss Russia/Ukraine War

The Organic Prepper reported Google’s suppression of Freedom of the Press about the Russia/Ukraine war in the article below in early 2022 – just around the time Russia and Ukraine were planning to sign the Minsk Accords to end the war.

Google Says Websites Can’t Talk About Ukraine 4/15/22

A very strange email was sent out to website owners by Google just the other day, further proving that Americans are no longer allowed to speak the truth. The email reads as follows:

Dear Publisher,

Due to the war in Ukraine, we will pause monetization of content that exploits, dismisses, or condones the war. Please note, we have already been enforcing on claims related to the war in Ukraine when they violated existing policies (for instance, the Dangerous or Derogatory content policy prohibits monetizing content that incites violence or denies tragic events). This update is meant to clarify, and in some cases expand, our publisher guidance as it relates to this conflict. This pause includes, but is not limited to, claims that imply victims are responsible for their own tragedy or similar instances of victim blaming, such as claims that Ukraine is committing genocide or deliberately attacking its own citizens.

Examine the content of this message.

Anything that exploits, dismisses, or condones the war is now verboten. Dismiss the notion of America entering World War 3 as a good idea? See ya. The “condoning” part only applies if you’re Russian. The final paragraph makes it very clear that unless you are condoning Ukraine, you are violating Google’s new rule. (For the record, I don’t like either side here.) Also, this letter is as deliberately kept as vague as possible. Say anything that challenges the mainstream media narrative – even if that narrative has turned a 180 – and you’re now to be erased from the internet by means of hitting you in the wallet.

This impacts virtually the entire internet.  Almost every ad network uses Google to serve ads. Not only is Google AdSense impacted by this decision, but nearly every major ad network that exists. The majority of the internet has just been hammered by Google – forced to comply with the mainstream narrative.

If you do not, then you risk losing one of your primary sources of income should you be a content producer online. While censorship of the internet via demonetization is nothing new (witness the de-funding of The Organic Prepper months ago due to the actions of a shadowy, globalist organization allegedly based in Great Britain), this is yet another strike against truth.

There seems to be an ever-increasing push for the war in Ukraine to spread into World War 3 and for America to get involved with direct, conventional action.

Freedom of the press is one of the best ways that any people can voice their opposition to tyranny and falsehoods. We’ve now reached a point, though, where yet another aspect of “the conversation” has been taken away from Americans. You already aren’t permitted to question critical race theory, the filth that is taught in public schools, or what is morally wrong. Now, you’re not allowed to ask questions about anything dubious related to Ukraine either. If there’s one thing that 2020 taught the world, it’s that lying seems to be a regular national policy of nations across the globe. What if the claims that lead to being demonetized by Google are, in fact, true?

Have we seen any moments throughout recent events where what was once deemed to be conspiracy later was acknowledged as truth? Have we seen goalposts move? Have we seen “the science” change? Why is nobody allowed to question what is going on overseas now? Whether the claims are indeed true or not, what harm comes from examining them? Why is there a problem with establishing the veracity or fraud of a particular issue?

Think about this as well… The year 2020 forced millions around the globe into online work. The Great Resignation most certainly was largely a result of getting paid to sit on one’s butt at home, but it also was caused by tyrannical policies being put into place at companies.

Many learned it was much better to make their living solo rather than to have to rely on others for their job. They didn’t have to put up with mandates, they didn’t have to worry about others calling them “unessential,” and they didn’t have to put up with actual workplace harassment (“You’re an idiot for not letting them give it to you!”).

Whatever money they’ve managed to cultivate via the ad networks of their website (which was built off of examining truth) now is being threatened.

The Ministry of Truth has spoken. 

And now, you all must fall in line, or you’re not going to make any money. There is a huge push for homogeneity of narrative. “Toleration” was only a buzzword used to let the cobra into the house.

Americans Need To Know The Whole Story

A Lot of Folks Really Didn’t Like Tucker Carlson’s Interview with Putin points out:

Tucker aired his two-hour-long interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 8. It received over 200 million views within the first week….For some measure of comparison, MSNBC’s most popular news host, Rachel Maddow, typically gets between 2 and 2.5 million views per show.  Her interview with Liz Cheney got over 3 million, and that was a big bump. Tucker was the big conservative cable news show host. Rachel remains the biggest liberal one. And Tucker’s interviews sometimes score a hundred times as many views as Rachel’s….

Americans are becoming increasingly aware of propaganda, thanks to alternative media in part but also social media in general.  People can gossip with online friends all over the world in ways unimaginable 25 years ago. I can remember when a phone call to a foreign country cost $4 or $5 a minute. Five years ago, I was part of an online farming chat group moderated by a Canadian that included members from a wide variety of nations. One could pick up news there (like the numbers of elderly Brits freezing to death because of climate policy) found in local papers but that major media outlets wouldn’t touch.

Legacy media is losing control of the narrative, and they know it. At this year’s WEF conference, in the Orwell-inspired “Defending Truth” panel, WSJ’s Editor-in-Chief Emma Tucker admitted as much. “If you go back really not that long ago, as I say, we owned the news. . . . we very much owned the facts as well. . . . Nowadays, people can go to all different sources for the news, and they’re much more questioning about what we’re saying.”…

Control of the narrative consists just as much of omitting relevant information as it does promoting favorable stories.  There are so many questions we aren’t supposed to ask. Why are we supposed to care so much about Ukraine’s border but not our own?  Why have our extensive sanctions not hurt Russia economically? ….

Tucker did a short video before the interview explaining his reasons for conducting it. He insists that he is not trying to tell anyone what to think, just exposing people to information not available from mainstream sources. If Americans are sending huge sums of money to Ukraine, we should understand what’s going on. He also notes that while the war has been a humanitarian disaster for Ukraine, it is also reshaping global alliances in ways Americans just don’t understand. And that has to change.

Many Americans have not heard Putin’s side of the story. According to Putin, the current war began in 2014 with the U.S.-backed Maidan coup in Ukraine. Other sources agree. In 2019, Brookings published an article describing the “low intensity but nevertheless real war with Russia”…

Putin said that, after the breakup of the USSR, Russian leaders were given assurances that there would be no further eastward expansion of NATO. NATO’s continuous eastward expansion, particularly under President Bush Jr., has alarmed him. Putin brought up multiple instances, under both Bush and Clinton, where he thought he could work with American presidents, only to have those personal agreements later undercut by unelected officials within the federal government.

The Biden administration has spent $113 billion on the Ukraine war and wants to bring that up to $200 billion. During the war, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have been killed or displaced. Biden has suggested sending US troops. There is no discussion in the administration on how to end this escalating conflict which threatens all of humanity.

Meanwhile, Biden administration has spent nothing to help the millions of Americans who have been seriously injured by the COVID shots which were widely advertised as “safe and effective”. It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Genocide! shows that many Americans are now so disabled by the shots that they can’t work. Many families have lost wage earners to the shots. The unprecedented lockdowns destroyed many businesses and has undercut the middle class. All of that is being ignored while Biden is obsessed with sending billions to continue the war between Russia and Ukraine!

Carlson’s interview with Putin revealed the following seven key points:

  1. One of the conditions for the Soviet Union to allow re-unification of East and West Germany was that NATO would agree not to move even one inch further east. NATO has since moved 1,000 miles east and included 14 more countries into NATO – threatening Russia.
  2. The West wants to get Ukraine into NATO – an even more direct threat to Russia.
  3. Russia wanted to join NATO, but the Clinton administration refused.
  4. Russia and Ukraine were about to sign the Minsk Accords in March 2022.
  5. Boris Johnson torpedoed the deal in April 2022.
  6. The West is using this war as a proxy war to weaken Russia around the world.
  7. Putin called on the US to stop giving Ukraine military supplies.

No wonder the legacy media is so against allowing Americans to hear the other side of the story. Few Americans would support this expensive war if they understand that it is not in our best interests and could be easily solved. Robert Kennedy Jr. has pointed out that the war is pushing Russia closer to China – which is a disaster for the US. It turns out that Russia has more nuclear weapons than NATO. It’s just not smart to poke this bear!

Carlson Visits A Russian Subway

In the three follow-up videos below after his interview with Putin, Carlson shows views of a Russian subway, a Russian grocery store, and the Russian version of McDonald’s to provide a view of Russia few Americans would ever see. The videos show that the sanctions are not working.

Carlson emailed the info below on February 14:

In 2022, NATO and other allied governments, led by the United States, imposed a myriad of economic sanctions on Russia. The goal was obvious: punish Vladimir Putin by turning his country into a pariah state, isolated from the post-war West and forced to fend for itself as long as the war in Ukraine continued. During his trip to Moscow to interview Putin, Tucker explored how the city has fared since those sanctions took effect. Has it been reduced to poverty and anarchy as some had hoped? Or has it turned out that Russia doesn’t need the West as much as everyone thought?

Today’s episode of TC Shorts, part one of a three-part series, offers a glimpse into everyday life in Moscow. It may shock you. Click the image below to watch.

TC Shorts: The Moscow Subway Station

How does Russia, a country, we’re told is a gas station with nuclear weapons have a subway station that normal people use to get to work and home every single day that’s nicer than anything in our country. We’re not going again, we’re not going to speculate. We’re just going to raise the question and wait for someone in charge to give us an answer. What is the answer? So we’ll stop the lecture and let you take a look for yourself at what the Kievskaya Metro station in Moscow, Russia, looks like today, February 2024, in the middle of a war. Here it is.

Carlson Visits A Russian Grocery Store

TC Shorts: The Moscow Grocery Store

Today’s feature continues our journey into the heart of Moscow with a trip to an everyday Russian grocery store. U.S. politicians and media figures have spent years telling us that Western sanctions are devastating Russia’s economy, but this on-the-ground look reveals a very different reality.

We’ve been told sanctions on Russia have had a devastating effect on its economy. We visited a grocery store in Moscow and found a very different situation. So, a long-standing feature, maybe the longest-standing feature of Cold War propaganda in the West was the Soviet grocery store. No products, no choices. Shoddily made things. And it wasn’t actually propaganda. It was real. And you can look up the pictures on the internet if you want. So we thought it would be interesting to take a look at a contemporary, modern day, 2024 Russian grocery store two years into sanctions. Here we go….

So we were guessing what this would cost. Everybody here is from the United States buy groceries, and we didn’t pay any attention to costs as we are just putting in the cart what we would actually eat over a week. And we all came in around 400 bucks, about 400 bucks. It was $104 us here. And that’s when you start to realize that ideology maybe doesn’t matter as much as you thought. Corruption.

If you take people’s standard of living and you tank it through filth and crime and inflation, and they literally can’t buy the groceries they want at that point, maybe it matters less what you say, or whether you’re a good person or a bad person. You’re wrecking people’s lives in their country. And that’s what our leaders have done to us. And coming to a Russian grocery store, the heart of evil, and seeing what things cost and how people live. It will radicalize you against our leaders. That’s how I feel, anyway. Radicalized. We’re not making any of this up, by.

Carlson Visits Russia’s Version of McDonald’s

TC Shorts: Russia’s Version of McDonald’s (video)

The Golden Arches are gone but the restaurant remains. This time it’s Russian.

Neenah Payne writes for Activist Post

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