Consider the following, not just in relationship to his rise in power, but how he will choreograph his performance as the A.C. when Surkov is in
power as the End Time leader of Russia and eventually the whole
World. ......  

The following excerpts are written by ....
Whitney Milam
Digital Communications at National Security Action. +
July 14 2018

     (Vladislav Surkov's) origins are murky and full of contradictions, his background mysterious by design — but to begin with, his name was not
always his name. Vladislav Surkov was born Aslambek Dudayev, in a poor village in Chechnya

Surkov’s path to the Kremlin was long and winding, full of additional reinventions and reincarnations: a university dropout turned
conscript; an aspiring artist training to be a
theater director, expelled from art school after a fistfight; a bodyguard to post-Soviet Russia’s
richest oligarch, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who soon found better use for his hired muscle’s brains and promoted him to head his advertising and
PR department. And then, in 1999 — after lucrative jobs in
business and banking, after building the empire and shaping the image of Russia’s
richest man — Surkov was brought onto Boris Yeltsin’s presidential staff, where he helped launch his chosen successor into the presidency.

Pomerantsev, perhaps the definitive expert on Surkov, “helped create a new type of authoritarianism that blended traditions of Kremlin
subterfuge with the latest in
PR and media manipulation.” Surkov’s background in advertising and theater lent itself well to the art of political
technology — shaping and reshaping public opinion, spinning narratives like spider webs, painting a gilded veneer

Surkov’s philosophy is that there is no real freedom in the world, and that all democracies are
managed democracies, so the key to success is
to influence people, to give them the illusion that they are free, whereas in fact they are managed. In his view, the only freedom is ‘artistic

(Surkov's) appreciation for avant-garde theater and Western philosophers allowed Surkov to cultivate the public image of an intellectual
. ...... Surkov found creative outlets outside Kremlin walls: openly socializing with Moscow’s intelligentsia, publishing art gallery reviews,
and writing lyrics for the Russian rock band Agatha Christie.

In Surkov’s vision of ‘non-linear’ war — attacks both on and off the battlefield, involving both state and non-state actors, from terrorists and
insurgents to hackers and propagandists — the goal was not to win, but to
use the “process” of war itself to destabilize public perception:
confusing the way, obscuring the truth.”

Surkov writes. “An outcast among his own people, he understands everyone and is understood by no one. A half-blood, a half-breed.” From
the half-Chechen, half-Russian outsider who transformed himself into the ultimate political insider,

Surkov seems to see himself as a kind of misunderstood hero figure, perhaps even the ‘
Savior of Russia’ that he cynically painted Putin as, so
long ago. “Surkov consciously makes himself a
hero of the age,” says Pomerantsev. “He is playing on that. It’s a performance.” Who better
than Russia’s most prolific
political theater director

Fittingly, though he occasionally writes tweet-poems as Natan Dubovitsky, Surkov’s only plausible personal social media posts appear to be
locked within a private Instagram profile. Its bio? “
The theater director.”

((End of excerpts from Whitney Milam))


Now, have a look at his recent tweets ...  

Then consider, what another author wrote about Surkov

Putin’s Rasputin by Peter Pomerantsev
  October 2011

From ....  ..excerpts below

There is something cherubic in Surkov’s soft, smooth face, something demonic in his stare.

He trained as a theatre director then became a PR man;  He trained at a martial arts club with Mikhail Khodorkovsky, then one of Russia’s emerging
young business stars. Khodorkovsky took him on as a bodyguard, saw he had more use for his brains than his muscles and promoted him to PR
manager  At one point he began to fear that success would be his undoing: there was speculation that he had presidential ambitions, a dangerous rumour,
especially in political circles, and he immediately leaked the fact of his Chechen father, which he had previously kept secret, in order to rule himself out
of higher office, or so it’s said. It was his way of saying ‘I know my place.’ One of his former bosses described him as ‘a
closed person, with many
demons. He is never on the level with people. He needs to be either above or, if need be, below: either the boss or the slave.’

It’s a strategy of power based on keeping any opposition there may be constantly confused, a ceaseless shape-shifting that is unstoppable because it’s

This is the world Surkov has created,
a world of masks and poses, colourful but empty, with little at its core but power for power’s sake and the
accumulation of vast wealth. The country lives by the former wannabe theatre director’s script.   ... Black was turned to white, white to black. The very
absurdity was the point

Have you noticed that Surkov never seems to get older? His face has no wrinkles.’ We had more drinks. We talked about Surkov’s obsession
with Hamlet.

(End of excerpts from Peter Pompersandsky)

So let me, write a few scriptures from prophecy concerning the Anti-Christ, and better detailing his LOOKS, and his SPEECH, and ask you whether or
not you see the potennial match.

Daniel 7 20 That 'Horn' that had eyes, and a
mouth that spake very great things, whose look was more stout than his fellows. 21 I beheld, and the
same horn made war with the saints, and prevailed against them;

Daniel 8: 23 And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a
king of fierce countenance, and understanding
dark sentences,
shall stand up.

Daniel 10 :36 And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and magnify himself above every god, and shall speak marvellous
things against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the indignation be accomplished: for that that is determined shall be done. 37 Neither shall he regard
the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all.

Revelation 12 :4 And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast?
who is able to make war with him? 5 And there was given unto him
a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and power was given unto him
to continue forty and two months. 6 And he opened his mouth in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle, and them that
dwell in heaven.

(End of my discernment.... )

Start of your discernment



Written August 2018

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