I don't at all dismiss the idea of Russia being part of the NWO,...
Of course Russia is in on it. Thats the most heard argument when discussing the fake moon landings. "Oh, the moon landings must be genuine, because if they weren't, the Russians, our biggest enemies at that time, would surely have said something if they traced the radio signals not back to the moon, etc."
The communist revolution was financed by Wall Street and prepared for in (mainly) Switzerland. It was a conspiracy against the Tsar of Russia because he torpedoed a first push by the Illuminati for a World Government at the Congress of Vienna in 1815 after the Napoleonic Wars.
And of course Putin is on it, too. He is "Ex"-KGB and now president of Russia, and there is also something called the long-term strategic plan of the Soviet Union, as revealed by the KGB-defector Anatoliy Golitsyn.
Regarding the smoke of the tracer rockets appearing out of nowhere: After the moment when the white flash appears from the 'nuclear' explosion they are suddenly there. Bevor the white flash they weren't there. In my opinion it would take more than 1-2 seconds for the tracer rockets to start from the ground and disappear out of the frame of the camera. In this video the tracers are fired before the 'nuclear' explosion and not at the same time:
Here the tracer rockets also seem unreal:
Maybe its the same footage as this:
Anyway, some of the footage where you can see how the tracers react to the blast, like this one:
just seem unreal. To have a fragile column of smoke next to a supposedly gigantic nuclear explosion and all you can see is how the smoke columns are moved very gently a little bit away just seems not plausible to me.
Its like watching all the various moon-landing footage and deciding which one is real.
With the moonlanding footage you wonder: Who put that camera there on the outside of the Lander to record the first steps on the moon; or who is operating the pan & tilt on the camera at the last start from the moon?
At Atomic bombs you are left wondering: Of what material is the camera made that took the footage of all the melting cars and buildings in the atomic blast?