With many American media outlets and Western “leaders” such as the U.S. John Kerry calling for crimes against humanity investigations against Vladimir Putin and Russia, the world watches on as the desperation from the EU and US continue to reach all time highs.

In the latest blow for the US/EU banking and political cabal, Turkey has just signed the strategic “Turkish Stream” gas pipeline deal with Russia at the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul on October 10th, 2016.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) shakes hands with his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan during their meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, October 10, 2016 Via REUTERS

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) shakes hands with his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan during their meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, October 10, 2016 Via REUTERS

With relations continuing to warm since the shooting down of a Russian jet by Turkey in November of 2015, Turkey continues to defy the E.U. and US’ demands for acquiescence and starts shifting East.

While the pipeline is still that of natural gas and not of something much cleaner like solar, wind, tidal, thermal or zero point energy, this most recent move by Russia and Turkey is a positive step towards the planet’s liberation from forces who wish to seek complete societal, financial and political control, such as those in the highest echelons of the E.U. and U.S. cabal.

Why It’s Important

Europe is Russia’s largest customer for Russia’s natural gas and Russia wants it to stay that way for obvious financial and geopolitical reasons. The second largest customer is Turkey. Though right now, gas to Europe from Russia must travel through Ukraine. As is no secret anymore, the coup d’etat in the Ukraine in 2014, which saw U.S. and E.U. loyalists placed into positions of power, was a strategic overthrow to prevent Ukraine from allying with Russia. A purely financial and political move. Keep in mind too that Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden accepted a position on the board of the Ukraine’s largest private gas firm, Burisma Holdings shortly after the coup.

Now though, with this Turkish Steam deal beginning, once completed the gas will be able to bypass Ukraine and instead pass through Turkey. Checkmate? It gets better.

From Turkey the pipeline will then be able to pass through Greece and then on to Europe through Italy.

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Remember in the summer of 2015 when Greece held their referendum on staying in the E.U.? Remember when Greece and Russia were having serious discussions of Greece being invited to join the BRICS alliance? (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa). What shortly followed?

Wikileaks released a recording of International Monetary Fund officials discussing the possibility of using a “credit event” as a way to blackmail Greece into further debt and bondage to the IMF and EU.

Since that time we have seen few headlines of the situation in Greece as it appeared they were essentially held hostage by the IMF. However now, we may soon see Greek-Russian talks resume and more desire for Greece to break free from the EU and possibly join the BRICS alliance.

Lastly, this Turkish Stream deal is just more evidence that while US media outlets brand Putin as a dictator, reality is setting in as he continues to use diplomacy and tactfulness to sign pipeline deals and joins new organizations like the BRICS Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. This comes while the U.S. continues to isolate itself from the rest of the world as the once superpower who now only wants to invade and overthrow sovereign, democratically elected governements like Libya, Ukraine and Syria.

As for the last media outlets and politicians who claim it is Russia that is isolated, we ask, how can you tell us that a country whose land stretches across 11 different times zones can be “isolated?”

Lance Schuttler graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree  in Health Science and does health coaching through his website  Orgonlight Health. You can follow the Orgonlight Health facebook  page or visit the website for more information and other inspiring  articles.