Key Source of the Bestseller, American Kompromat & Internationally Renowned Expert on the Russian Intelligence Community
A former major in the political branch of the KGB Foreign Intelligence Service, Yuri Shvets is the key source behind American Kompromat, the bombshell bestseller that alleges that former President Donald Trump was cultivated as a Russian asset for over 40 years. Shvets’ account, which parallels The Manchurian Candidate, began in 1980 when Shvets was posted in Washington D.C., posing as a correspondent for the Russian news agency, TASS, and Trump had just opened his first property development, the Grand Hyatt New York Hotel. According to Shvets, Trump was the ideal target for Soviet recruitment. “He was the perfect combination of extremes: Extreme vanity, extremely low IQ, extreme vulnerability to flattery, and of course, extremely greedy.” Read More >
My Life As A KGB Spy In America
In Russian, the word, “kompromat,” short for “compromising material,” refers to damaging information that can be used for blackmail or to exert influence. Throughout the Trump presidency, many in Washington wondered if kompromat was at the heart of Trump’s failure to stand up to Russia and Vladimir Putin. Now, former KGB Major Yuri Shvets, who was an active recruiter of American intelligence assets during the 1980s, reveals the shocking truth. Read More >
Shvets, the key source for the bombshell bestseller, American Kompromat, tells the story of how Trump was first spotted by the KGB back in 1980 and groomed by the Russians to pursue a political career. Claiming that the Mueller investigation was “a big disappointment,” Shvets reveals the incredible findings of his own investigation that “picks up where the Mueller Investigation leaves off.” Unpacking a 40-year story that parallels The Manchurian Candidate, with his own insights into the highest levels of Putin’s inner circle, Shvets weaves a real-life political thriller of Russian espionage and influence that reached as high as the White House itself. Read Less ^
Russia is ruled by an organized crime group, yet Putin’s evolution went from Mr. Nobody to a thug to a Tsar. As an insider, Shvets knows Putin has a strong inferiority complex, which he tries to suppress by machismo with childish overtones. Shvets explains to audiences that political and economic systems developed under Putin’s presidency are designed to help him stay in power, but kill the economy. To deflect the Russian people’s attention away from the deteriorating economic situation, Putin needs foreign and domestic “enemies.” On an international arena, he will bite as much as he is allowed. Containing Putin’s Russia is the main challenge for the West, and Shvets has recipes of how to do this efficiently and safely.
In this keynote, Yuri Shvets discusses the criminalization of the Russian security agencies during the 1990s, which have now turned into a major organized crime group under Putin. Currently, the FSB is the dominant intel agency and has become a for profit corporation, with achievements and failures. In addition, Shvets shares how there are Russian intelligence operations against the US, with immigration from Russia being used widely to build the “fifth column” in the US and Europe, causing implications for the US intelligence community.
What lies behind Putin’s intelligence community? Shvets uses his insider knowledge to share active measures they are taking, recruitment practices, money laundering and the use of deadly force (including poisons) to assassinate people inside Russia and abroad.
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