Russian Kookspiracy Rebooted to Remind the Goyim

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 14, 2019

Normally when you reboot a film franchise, you wait the better part of a decade, so the ideas and character seem at least a little bit fresh.

Not so with the Russian kookspiracy franchise. Unable to come up with an adequate sequel, the Jewish media has shockingly decided to simply go back and do another origin story of the kookspiracy only two years and a half after the first hoax was released, using no creativity at all in attempting to change any aspect of the plot.


Donald Trump’s reluctance to provide unfettered access to his conversations with Vladimir Putin has upset nameless American officials, the Washington Post has revealed. The US president dismissed the story as absurd and offensive.

According to the revered paper, Trump has “gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details” of his face-to-face conversations with Putin. During a meeting with the Russian leader in Hamburg in 2017, Trump even purportedly confiscated the notes of his own interpreter, who was then instructed not to discuss what had transpired with other administration officials.

Various (and of course nameless) US officials have now apparently complained to the Washington Post about how they’ve been left in the dark about five conversations that Trump had with the Russian leader, colorfully described by the newspaper as “one of the United States’ main adversaries.”

The story’s thinly veiled assumption is of course that Donald Trump has used his handful of private meetings with Putin to receive secret instructions from Moscow – impose new sanctions on Russia, bomb Syria, send lethal weapons to Ukraine, shred the Iran deal and missile treaties, and so forth.

That’s a good list.

And remember that everything on that list (save the Iran deal) was presumably done to attempt to appease the people claiming he is part of a Russian conspiracy.

Unsurprisingly, none of it has worked, and they’ve simply come back with the same allegations, yet again, not even attempting to weave a coherent storyline.

It is all utterly inane gibberish.

And it is blowing up all over the place as I type.

I don’t even know where to start, but basically, as stated above, the Washington Post went back and out of nowhere just started saying “maybe Trump was receiving secret orders from Putin at his official meeting with him…?”

They fail to offer anything at all to back that up, other than unnamed sources saying “oh I think so.”

Go read it.

This was of course preceded by the revelation that James Comey’s FBI had opened an investigation to check whether Trump was a KGB agent after he fired their boss. That is the same FBI that for two years refused to fire a man who was caught texting about how he and his mistress were forming a “secret society” with the Assistant Director to ensure that Trump wasn’t elected. The same FBI that got a FISA warrant to spy on Trump using a document about urine-oriented sex by defrauding the judge and not telling them they had no reason to believe anything in the document was true and that it was funded by Hillary Clinton. The same FBI that did all of that other criminal shit.

This was clearly kept under wraps to be released at a time of their choosing.

Which is now.


A weekend of bombshells deepened the most intractable mystery of Donald Trump’s presidency — one that could eventually dictate his fate — over his deference to Vladimir Putin and behavior that often favors Russia’s goals.

Stunning revelations included a disclosure that the FBI opened a probe amid fears that Trump was covertly working for Moscow and detailed his “extraordinary” efforts to hide the content of his private talks with Putin.

The reports — from The New York Times, CNN and The Washington Post — took intrigue about Trump and Russia to a surreal new level, even after two years of shocking developments borne out of Moscow’s election meddling in 2016.

Yeah, it’s certainly surreal. That is definitely the correct word for what is going on here.

So, is there any other new information?

No, none.

Just the “revelation” that the criminal anti-Trump FBI launched yet another fake investigation into him, and then WaPo coming out with “yeah but what if the meeting was a conspiracy tho?”

The FBI story itself does not contain any new information beyond the fact that the FBI claimed to be wondering.

So if you’re confused about the story and looking for new information, don’t be surprised if you don’t find any. At all. Because there isn’t any. They are just very good at obfuscation and manufacturing confusion.

The TV reports are just cycling through all of the various pieces of information we’ve been hearing for years, namely:

  • Russia hacked the DNC (no evidence) and maybe Trump had something to do with that
  • The meeting with the rando Russian lawyer could have been part of a plot to communicate secretly with Russia (even though the meeting wasn’t secret)
  • Michael Flynn legally calling up the Ambassador of Russia on the behest of Jared Kushner (who wanted to ask Russia to do something for Israel) could have been a conspiracy somehow
  • Trump tried to build a building in Russia
  • Maybe Russian hookers did piss on a bed?

This is the news cycle: they simply cycle through these various bits of information and make various insinuations.

Check this Jew Carl Bernstein trying to spin all of that into a coherent newly packaged form. He’s done better than the rest of the Jews.

What is kind of incredible – and continues to be – is the lack of any attempt to present any kind of coherent overview of what exactly the conspiracy is. They suggest that Putin wanted Trump to be President, which is clearly true. But Hillary Clinton was talking about shooting down Russian jets over Syria to protect “moderate terrorists,” something which could easily have started a world war. Does the conspiracy go beyond preventing WWIII? What are the goals of this conspiracy?

None of that is ever discussed.

Trump responded to all of this this morning.