Secret Document: Vladimir Putin Plans Trump’s Victory With Spy Agents


Merdeka.com – According to a leaked Kremlin document, Russian President Vladimir Putin personally approved the operation of the secret spy agency to support Donald Trump “mentally unstable” in the 2016 US presidential election.

The important meeting took place on January 22, 2016, as mentioned in the document, and was attended by Putin, the head of the spy agency, and senior ministers.

They agreed that having Trump in the White House would help secure Moscow’s strategic goals, including “social chaos” in the US and weakening the negotiating position of the US president.

Three Russian spy agencies were ordered to find practical ways to support Trump, in a decree also bearing Putin’s signature. This was quoted from The Guardian, Friday (16/7).

A report prepared by Putin’s team of experts recommended Moscow use “all possible force” to ensure Trump’s victory.

Western intelligence agencies are known to have studied the documents for several months and examined them closely. The document, seen by the Guardian, appears to represent a serious and highly unusual leak from within the Kremlin.

The Guardian has shown the document to independent experts who say it appears to be genuine. Incidental details are considered accurate. The overall style and drive is said to be consistent with the Kremlin’s security thinking.

When contacted by The Guardian on Thursday morning, Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov responded nonchalantly, saying reports of Russian leaders meeting and agreeing to support Trump at a meeting in early 2016 were “tremendously cheap fiction”.

The document “No 32-04 vd” is classified as confidential. The document says Trump is the “most promising candidate” from the Kremlin’s point of view. The word in Russian is “perspektivny”.

There is a brief psychological assessment of Trump, who is described as “impulsive, mentally unstable, and an unbalanced person with feelings of inferiority”.

There is also clear confirmation that the Kremlin has “compromis”, or potentially harmful material, regarding the future president, which was collected – according to the document – from “Trump’s previous unofficial visits to the territory of the Russian Federation”.

This document refers to “certain events” that occurred during Trump’s trip to Moscow. Security council members are invited to find details in appendix five, at paragraph five. However, it is not clear what the contents of the attachment are.

“It is imperative to use all possible powers to facilitate the election of (Trump) to the office of US president,” the document said.

The document also predicts that Trump’s victory will help realize the “theoretical political scenario” Russia favors. Trump’s victory “will inevitably lead to the destabilization of the US socio-political system” and see hidden discontent burst into the open.

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Kremlin meeting

There is no doubt that the meeting took place in January 2016, and was held inside the Kremlin.

An official photo of the meeting shows Putin at the head of the table, sitting under the flag of the Russian Federation and a golden double-headed eagle. The then prime minister of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, was present, along with the foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov.

Also in attendance were Sergei Shoigu, defense minister in charge of the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency; Mikhail Fradkov, then head of Russia’s SVR foreign intelligence service; and Alexander Bortnikov, boss of the FSB spy agency. Nikolai Patrushev, former director of the FSB, was also present as secretary of the security council.

According to the press release, the discussion covered the economy and Moldova.

Documents seen by the Guardian show the security council’s real and covert goal is to discuss a classified proposal drawn up by the president’s analytical service in response to US sanctions on Moscow.

The author appears to be Vladimir Symonenko, the senior official in charge of the Kremlin’s expert department – who provided Putin with material and analytical reports, some of which were based on foreign intelligence.

The document shows that on January 14, 2016 Symonenko circulated a three-page executive summary of his team’s conclusions and recommendations.

In an order signed two days later, Putin instructed the then head of his foreign policy directorate, Alexander Manzhosin, to hold a closed-door briefing to the national security council.

The goal is to learn more about the document, the order said. Manzhosin was given five days to make plans.

What was said inside the Kremlin’s second-floor senate building is unknown. But the president and his intelligence officials appear to have signed off on a multi-agency plan to interfere in US democracy, framed within a framework of justified self-defense.

Various actions are cited that the Kremlin may adopt in response to what it sees as hostile actions from Washington. The document lays out some of America’s weaknesses, including “the deepening political gulf between the left and the right”, the US “media information” space, and the anti-establishment atmosphere under President Barack Obama.

The document does not name Hillary Clinton, Trump’s rival in the 2016 presidential election. It mentions the use of media resources to undermine prominent US political figures.

There is a paragraph about how Russia was able to introduce a “media virus” into American public life. This is said to change the consciousness of the masses, especially in certain groups.

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After the meeting, according to other leaked documents, Putin issued a decree to establish a new and secret interdepartmental commission. His urgent task is to realize the goals set out in the “special section” of document No. 32-04 vd.

Members of the new working body include Shoigu, Fradkov and Bortnikov. Shoigu was appointed chairman of the commission. The decree – ukaz in Russian – says the group must take practical steps against the US as soon as possible. This is justified on national security grounds and in accordance with the 2010 federal law, 390-FZ, which allows the council to formulate state policies on security issues.

According to the document, each spy agency was assigned a role. The minister of defense is instructed to coordinate the work of the subdivisions and services. Shoigu is also responsible for gathering and systematizing the necessary information and for “preparing measures to act on the object’s information environment” – an order, apparently, for hacking sensitive American cyber targets identified by the SVR.

The SVR was ordered to collect additional information to support the commission’s activities. The FSB is assigned counter-intelligence. Putin approved the document dated January 22, 2016, which was stamped by his department.

The decree said the measures were effective immediately after Putin’s signature. The spy agency heads have more than a week to come back with concrete ideas, which will be submitted by February 1.

Putin has repeatedly denied accusations of meddling in western democracies. The document appears to contradict this claim.

Weeks after the security council meeting, GRU hackers raided Democratic National Committee (DNC) servers and then released thousands of private emails in an attempt to undermine Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

The report seen by the Guardian features details of Russian intelligence work, diplomatic sources said.

The document said Moscow would benefit from the Republican Party’s victory. This could lead to a “social explosion” which in turn would weaken the US president. It was also stressed that there would be international benefits from Trump’s victory. It also said Putin would be able to clandestinely dominate any US-Russia bilateral talks, to deconstruct the White House’s negotiating position, and to pursue bold foreign policy initiatives on Russia’s behalf.

Another part of the multi-page report deals with other themes unrelated to Trump. It said the sanctions imposed by the US after Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 contributed to domestic tensions. The Kremlin must find alternative ways to draw liquidity into the Russian economy.

The document recommends a reorientation of hydrocarbon trade and exports to China. Moscow’s focus should be on influencing the US and its satellites so that they either impose sanctions altogether or soften them.

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Reflect the facts

Andrei Soldatov, an expert on Russian spy agencies and author of The Red Web, said the leaked material “reflects reality”.

“This is consistent with the procedures of the security services and the security council,” he explained.

“Decisions are always made that way, with advisers providing information to the president and the chain of command.”

“The Kremlin orchestrated most of these operations. Putin has made it clear to his spies since at least 2015 that nothing can be done independently of him. There is no room for independent action.”

Soldatov, citing his own sources, said Putin decided to release the stolen DNC emails after a security council meeting in April 2016.

Sir Andrew Wood, from think tank Chatham House and former British ambassador in Moscow, described the documents as “stunning”.

“They reflect the kind of discussions and recommendations you would expect. There is a total misunderstanding between the US and China. It was written for someone (Putin) who doesn’t believe he did anything wrong.”

“There’s no way Russia would do anything wrong by invading Ukraine. This report is completely what I expected in 2016, and even more so now. There is a lot of paranoia. They believe the US is responsible for everything. This view goes deep into the soul of the Russian leadership.”

Trump did not initially respond to a request for comment.

Later, Liz Harrington, her spokeswoman, issued a statement on her behalf.

“This is disgusting. It is fake news, just like RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA is fake news. Only the crazies of the Radical Left do whatever they can to humiliate everyone on the right.”

“It’s fiction, and no one is tougher on Russia than I am,” he continued.

“And the world is a much more peaceful place than it is now with mentally unstable leadership.” [pan]

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