Saudi and Iran about to kiss and make up? This would be huge if true….Sunni and Shiite uniting? Wow. And both of them turning towards Russia? It could happen and it seems that Ukraine was the catalyst.
Russia Captures Marinka, Ukraine Digs Trenches Bakhmut, Kissinger Admits & Warns Against Neocon Plan (47 min)
It looks like a major shift is happening:
Erdogan wants meeting with Assad. US forces in Syria isolated (20 min)
Here is another video by Brendan O’Connell which basically repeats much of his older material about the formation of the World Island and the multi-polar world. He particularly focuses on Trump, Elon Musk, Kissinger, Steve Bannon et al as pushing for the split of the USA and succession of States like Texas. America to be divided into a conservative Christian enclave and a liberal progressive (mainly coastal) smart cities. I believe that he understands Putin as part of the WEF drive for a multi-polar world and sees both Putin and China as being no match (militarily) for the United States.
I think the situation is more complex and fluid than O’Connell understands. Putin is no good guy but Russia controls its own money. The Russian banking system is highly concentrated, largely state-controlled, and heavily regulated.In accordance with Article 75 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the monetary unit of the Russian Federation is the ruble, and money is issued exclusively by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Moreover, Russia (along with China) is building up massive gold reserves. So, it could be said that Russia is independent of the East India Company Banking Cartel with its Central Banks etc. It has also developed its own digital payment platforms. I am coming to the conclusion that the reason the West is so anti-Putin is because he has turned against globo-homo and that it is not an act or geopolitical game-play. He removed or neutralized any oligarchs that were too pro-west or a challenge to his authority and he changed the rules regarding who could serve in Government. None of this “dual-citizen” stuff (with split loyalties) for Russia. They were also following a policy of detente with the EU and especially with Germany -a policy that proved beneficial to all parties. In general his policies are more conservative, pro-family and state controlled religion favoring Orthodox Christianity but tolerant towards the many Muslims (and Jews) that live in the different states of a federated Russia. This does not make him a saint by any means but neither does it make him the bogeyman portrayed by the West.
Secondly, Americas military might rests on its economic power and as I write this Saudi Arabia is turning towards China and Russia. If the dollar loses its reserve currency status that will herald the end of Americas military power. The whole world has been financing the world hegemon who has been exporting inflation and war everywhere. Perhaps a multi-polar world will bring back some balance. Finally, O’Connell’s assessment of Russia’s failure in Ukraine is nonsense and will be proven to be wrong. What was the last war that the West won? As far as I can make out it was WW2 and they only won that because of Russia’s huge sacrifice. They certainly did not win in Vietnam and the Middle East has been disastrous. They left Afghanistan post-haste with their tail between their legs. The whole process was disorganized and strange. Did they expect to need the troops to fight Russia or China or was Biden blackmailed or forced to make a move? Did he get instructions from the bankers to make way for the belt and road initiative? Ukraine is proving to be a quagmire for the West and even Kissinger suggested that the West try diplomacy.
The fact is that the sanctions are not destroying Russia, they are destroying the EU and perhaps that was the intention all along. The floods of refugees from the Middle East (and now Ukraine) neocon wars are also destroying the EU. That is the result of Jewish neocon policies whether of the left or the right it makes no difference.
I believe that each nation state has been penetrated by technocrats and technocratic bureaucracies and the political process have been corrupted but that is more difficult to do in authoritarian states who have already centralized power. In America there are only bad choices and worse choices. Neither Biden nor Trump, left nor right is going to save you. And by the way…it looks like Trump is Jewish (see thread):
Is Russia wining or losing? Is the Russian economy cratering or not? Will Russia use nukes or not? It is very difficult to get a clear picture because there is so much propaganda. So we must look at the big picture.
My assessment is that Russia was making slow but steady progress up until recently and had stabilized the Russian economy. However, it recently suffered setbacks losing territory although it seems that the loss was not strategically important and withdrawals were made to reorganize defensive positions. Apparently some areas were very lightly defended because many Russian soldiers (volunteers) had completed their tour and rotated home rather than sign up for another tour of duty. So some regions were undermanned. On top of that I believe that NATO actually now have boots on the ground (although they deny this).
Basically the war has entered another deadlier phase and I believe this was because Russia was winning its war of attrition. America and NATO are now fighting in Ukraine although they (so far) deny Ukraine membership of the EU. If Ukraine became a member state then the EU would have to “officially” declare war on Russia but now they can still back down without losing face. It allows them plausible deniability which can be useful if you intend to use (for example) chemical or biological weapons. Never the less Russia knows that a new phase of the war has begun which is why Putin held a vote and annexed the disputed regions. They are now part of mother Russia. This gives Putin legal justification for conscripting troops and sending more men. He did this because he is feeling the pressure of the NATO push back and his troops were too thinly spread. Moreover, the West has upped the ante on the economic front, effectively sacrificing the Germans by sabotaging the Nordstream pipeline.
Russia is now feeling the pressure both on the military and economic front. However, the West is also feeling the pressure. Western democracies are fighting a domestic war and a foreign war. Western govts are fighting their own populations as well as fighting the Russians.
In my view it will come down to who can weather the coming economic storm. Russia is now decoupled from the West and from the Petro dollar. They have their own gas, oil, fertilizer and gold reserves. It is interesting that Saudi Arabia has effectively chosen the side of Russia by cutting oil production which will push the price of fuel (and therefore inflation) significantly higher. In the meantime Biden is squandering the US Strategic reserve in order to buy votes. Peak stupidity.
So, we are in a new phase and everybody has upped the ante including the nuclear option. Putin has made it clear that he is not bluffing. Russia has ceded territory in order to concentrate on Bakhmut and the Donbas. In about 3-4 weeks the new conscripts will be trained and Russian nuclear subs will be positioned to target Western coastal cities. We may get rapid sea rise after all but it won’t be due to climate change (lolz).
Russia’s military war vs Ukraine’s political war (34 min)
Russia Big Advance in Bakhmut, Biden Nuclear Armageddon, Putin Hails Russian Industrial Recovery (41 min)
Unable To Defend His Country, Zelensky Asks To Launch Nuclear War (3 min)
160. Russia & A Tactical Nuke – The Fed’s New CBDC – The Queen Was An Anti-Semite? (1:14)
And now we come to Brendon O’Connell’s latest offering. He tends to rub everyone up the wrong way which is why he has so few allies and despite his railing against Interactive Internet Activities he has been signal boosted (purchased or gifted?). Although I do not agree with many points it is still worth a listen.
Firstly, the USA is not invincible despite having a formidable military machine. Military power rests on economic power and that in turn is based on the Petro dollar which is being dismantled as we speak.
Secondly, Putin’s relationship with Jews is complex. He did not just get rid of some Jewish oligarchs, he actually changed the law regarding who can hold official govt positions. I believe that you need to hold Russian citizenship for 25 years before you can serve. That puts paid to dual loyalty, dual nationality Zionists sitting in the Duma or holding other important state positions like they do in the USA.
Did Israel transfer Western technology to Russia/China? Probably not the state of Israel as such but powerful Jewish non-state actors who infiltrated the body politic of Israel just like they do in the USA. The situation is complex.
Steve R. Pieczenik the protege of Kissinger boasted how Putin was “their boy” but it looks like Putin has gone off the reservation because even Kissinger was recently warning that Ukraine should seek a peaceful settlement with Russia. O’Connell’s comments about Scott Ritter are typical of the sort of decontextualized ad hominem attack that he often conducts. Ritter is an ex-marine and an ex-weapons inspector. Ritter’s analysis is sound and the fact that the FBI engaged in entrapment suggests that they considered him a dangerous activist. He probably deliberately engaged with the set up as an act of contempt. Whatever the case might be, it does not detract from his analysis.
The one point that O’Connell is completely correct on is that the bankers (and corporations) are behind this. It is all about the bankers. The Old East India trading company and the square mile of London. The Rothschilds and their agents. It is not about left or right wing politics (that is a distraction). This is all about the CBDC and the great reset.
The bankers always bet on both sides and they always win. It looks like Putin has turned against his WEF proteges…or are we all being game played into a new system?
Spot the president of Ukraine. The comedian who once played the role of president. The coke head of Kiev who can play the piano with his third leg and is still in the closet. 🤣🤡🤡🤣🤡🤡🤣🤡🤣🤡🤣🤡🤣🤡🤡🤣🤡🤣🤡🤣🤡 pic.twitter.com/WTi9JZwpnY
22:39 UK government is slow in implementing sanctions, but now it must confiscate assets so that all Russian palaces can be sold, the proceeds can be sent to Ukraine’s reconstruction – UK parliamentarian: https://tinyurl.com/2hazkqmt
What Putin and China just did to the WEF is a game changer | Redacted with Clayton Morris (12 min)
It is a shame that this video ended up as an advert for gold although they are right about Precious Metals being a good hedge but unless you hold it in your hand you do not own it….and even then they can forcefully confiscate it. As for investing in gold mines and pensions/IRAs there will be none of that. The whole thing is coming down. However, the rest of the video is good…a big shift is happening.
Putin and Erdogan meet in Sochi, cooperation deepens amidst many disputes (26 min)
Scott Ritter: Global Recession – Failure of the West?(12 min)
There is no doubt that Israel and her backers (Rothschild) plays a big role in the shifting geopolitics but the situation is perhaps more complex than O’Connell’s analysis warrants. After-all China kicked out Soros and his ilk and Russia has curbed the power of its Jewish oligarchs and brought in rules about dual citizenship in Government. Even Kissinger is getting cold feet about the Ukraine proxy war. So things are complicated.
148. Ukraine & Who Will Cause A Civil War & Chaos In The United States? (45 min)
The Bilderberg meeting was held today behind closed doors without media scrutiny (again).
This is the blurb on the book that one of the attendees, Anne Appelbaum wrote. She ticks all the boxes and is Jewish and worked for the Rothschild rag The Economist. See if you can spot what is wrong with her blurb ( I bet she did not get her position through meritocracy lolz).
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author, professor, and historian offers an expert guide to understanding the appeal of the strongman as a leader and an explanation for why authoritarianism is back with a menacing twenty-first century twist.
Across the world today, from the Americas to Europe and beyond, liberal democracy is under siege while populism and nationalism are on the rise. In Twilight of Democracy, prize-winning historian Anne Applebaum offers an unexpected explanation: that there is a deep and inherent appeal to authoritarianism, strongmen, and, especially, to one-party rule--that is, to political systems that benefit true believers, or loyal soldiers, or simply the friends and distant cousins of the Leader, to the exclusion of everyone else.
People, she argues, are not just ideological, they are also practical, pragmatic, opportunist. They worry about their families, their houses, their careers. Some political systems offer them possibilities and others don't. In particular, the modern authoritarian parties that have arisen within democracies today offer the possibility of success to people who do not thrive in the meritocratic, democratic, or free-market competition that determines access to wealth and power.
Drawing on reporting in Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, and Brazil; using historical examples including Stalinist central Europe and Nazi Germany; and investigating related phenomena: the modern conspiracy theory, nostalgia for a golden past, political polarization, and meritocracy and its discontents, Anne Applebaum brilliantly illuminates the seduction of totalitarian thinking and the eternal appeal of the one-party state.
2./ The CEO of Pfizer, the head of the CIA, the Director of the NSC, the VP of Facebook, the King of Holland and the Secretary General of NATO are all secretly meeting right now behind closed doors in DC not a single major media outlet has reported on it.
He could have called it the avalanche effect. Russia will win this war on the ground but it could be turned into a strategic defeat if the Zelensky Govt refuses to negotiate thus forcing Russia to conquer the whole of Ukraine dragging in Poland and NATO. This is what Kissinger warned (and dirt bag that he is, he is right). It seems that the madmen in charge are determined to have nuclear war.
The Snowball Effect by Jacob Dreizin (24 min)
Russia Moves into Severodonetsk, Ukraine Suffers Heavy Losses in Kherson, EU Split on Russia Oil Ban (32 min)
Denmark To Be CUT OFF From Gas. Russia Announces DEBT FOR ROUBLES scheme – Inside Russia Report (8 min)
No US Long-Range Rockets For Kyiv l Putin’s Troops Storm Severodonetsk l Mass Graves In Mariupol (6:47)
Is the Ukraine psyop already wearing off (Part 1) ( 9min)