NATO Chief Jens Stoltenberg turned out to be a KGB agent with code name Steklov
"In the early 1990's, prime minister Jens Stoltenberg had contacts with a KGB officer, who established a file with personal and political information on Stoltenberg and gave him the code-name 'Steklov'," wrote the Norway Post.
About fourteen years ago, NRK 1, a Norwegian state-run broadcaster, released a documentary called "KGB's last offensive," about the KGB activity in Norway. The documentary analyzed facts and evidence provided by Mikhail Butkov, a KGB defector, who was sent to Norway undercover, pretending to be a journalist in the late 1980s.
He defected to the West in May 1991. Earlier, Butkov had visited the KGB headquarters in Moscow and gained access to the file on "Steklov". In January 1990, during a meeting with Norwegian secret police officials, Mikhail Butkov revealed that "Steklov" was actually Jens Stoltenberg.
Stoltenberg worked then as a member of the Defense Commission being as ardent Bolshevik from the ruling Labor Party. He had secret contacts with Russian spy Boris Kirillov, a diplomat and a press-attaché at the Russian Embassy in Oslo who sent military and security information he got from Stoltenberg to Moscow KGB Center.
Kirillov recruited Norwegian Bolshevik government officials as agents or informants. In summer 1990, Boris Kirillov was declared persona non grata by the Norwegian government.
According to Putin in 2010, there are no former KGB agents, they are all on duty working for Russia.
Meanwhile in Norway, a fighter against Russian neo-Communism, Christopher Jon Bjerknes, reports:
KGB Putin Delighted that NATO Led by KGB Agent Jens Stoltenberg, KGB Codename "Steklov": The Deadly Peril of Norwegian Communists
Few mention the dangers of our current crop of bolsheviks in power throughout the West.
Norwegian communists are destroying Norway. Two of these communist subversives who have served in the highest positions of government are known KGB agents Jens Stoltenberg (codename "Steklov") and Thorbjorn Jagland (codename "Jurij").
Dr. Steven Parris Ward wrote of Stoltenberg in 2012:
"Norway's current prime minister, Jens Stoltenberg, was also a former national president of the Worker's Youth League, and has also been identified as a former KGB asset (codenamed 'Steklov.')."
KGB Putin is thrilled that NATO has selected KGB agent Steklov to become the chief of the military alliance:
"Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed NATO's selection of former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg as its new head, saying on Saturday the pair had "very good relations" but that it was up to the West to improve ties. [***] 'We have very good relations, including personal relations. This is a very serious, responsible person,' Putin said, according to a pre-transmission transcript provided to news organizations. 'But let's see how he will develop relations in his new capacity,' he said in the interview, for the Russian news show Vesti on Saturday with Sergei Brilyov."--Reporting by Conor Humphries; Editing by Anthony Barker, Reuters, "Putin welcomes new NATO head, says better ties with West possible".
KGB Putin and the communists Obama and Merkel are playing a game of pretending to arrive at an international agreement to stabilize the Ukraine just as they did shortly before KGB Putin's phoney coup d'etat. KGB Putin will break this agreement, and point out that the former agreement was also broken, though he will fail to mention that it, too, was broken by him.
As always, the communists will blame the West for their communist crimes. As always, the libertarians, White Nationalists and communists will join Putin in pretending that the West is responsible for Putin's crimes.
We need a political party and a viable candidate for the 2016 US Presidential election.