By Timothy Fitzpatrick
October 18, 2022 Anno Domini
We see a pattern in Russia where its institutions use logos/emblems bearing the hallmark of the Jewish-Hasidic organized crime syndicate Chabad Lubavitch and its dominating presence in the neo-Soviet Empire, mainly in the forms of the Jewish candelabrum known as the “menorah”. Have a look at the following and ask yourself if it’s merely reaching or just coincidence.
Russia’s state-owned Rosneft (formerly Soviet Ministry of Gas) logo appears to be representing a stylized seven-branched menorah. Rosneft is run by oligarch Igor Sechin, who is believed to be Jewish.
The logo of Russia’s oil producer Rosneft is pictured on its headquarters in Moscow on April 18, 2021. The headquarters appears to be in the same old government building that housed the Soviet Ministry of Gas. Just like with the KGB (now FSB) headquarters, the name on the building may have changed but the mission and personnel remains the same.
Rosneft Oil Co. gas station in Moscow, Russia, on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures during a press conference after attending a summit with leaders of “post-soviet” countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in Astana, Khazakstan on October 14, 2022. The logo appears to be a stylized nine-branched (Hanukkah) menorah.
Here we see this apparent menorah-CIS logo is really emphasized at the summit.
Zoomed out further, we see that the room is full of these apparent menorahs.
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivers his press statement during the concluding session of the BRICS summit at Taj Exotica hotel in Goa on October 16, 2016. The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) logo appears to be a stylized seven-branched menorah, similar to the Rosneft one.
Putin participates in the virtual BRICS summit under the apparent Noahide menorah via a video link in Moscow on September 9, 2021.
Putin holds a press conference at the end of the 10th BRICS summit on July 27, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Although not a menorah, the logo depicts Communist Nelson Mandela giving the Commie fist salute. Furthermore, the variation of colours could be a reference to the Noahide rainbow.
Another possible representation of the Noahide rainbow. BRICS is headquartered in Shanghai, Red China.
The latest display of the menorah was at the CIS summit in Astana, Kazakhstan (shown in the second, third, and fourth photographs above). Here is nine-branched menorah set up in Astana in front of a large pyramid. Some say that Astana is to be the capital of the New Socialist World Order, perhaps the Eurasian/New Khazaria world empire.
Hannukah Menorah lights up capital of Kazakhstan for first time in years
Russian President Vladimir Putin, alongside Russia’s chief rabbi Berel Lazar, light the Menorah in 2017.
Moscow Public Menorah Permit Was Rare Exception
“In light of an urgent request personally sent by the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Berel Lazar, to the Mayor of Moscow, an exception was made by the Mayor and permission was granted.
For the past seven months, there were absolutely no public gatherings allowed in Moscow, in order to keep people as safe as possible during the pandemic. But this merited a rare exception.”
A candelabrum called the menorah, with seven branches, is used in ceremonies to symbolize the seven days of creation. It is one of the main symbols of the Jewish faith, and greets the visitor to the Jewish Autonomous region of Russia. (Photo by Eric-Paul-Pierre PASQUIER/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
Russian Federation: The Travel Of Marek Halter In The Small Jewish Autonomous Republic Of Birobidzhan. (Photo by Thierry Esch/Paris Match via Getty Images)