May 082022
 


Edgar Degas L’absinthe (In a café) 1875-76

 

“The Bitter Truth Is: Putin Can Win The War” (Blick)
Megalopolis x Russia: Total War (Escobar)
CIA: No ‘Practical Evidence’ Russia Is Preparing To Use Nukes (AMNA/FT)
The Third Patriotic War (Batiushka)
Biden Was ‘Livid’ Over Leaks About American Intel Used by Ukrainians (Celente)
Ukraine Is None Of America’s Business! (Zuesse)
White House Yields To A National Rage Addiction (Turley)
VP of Pfizer Arrested After #Pfizerdocuments Get Released (VT)
Vaxxed Hospitalised for Non-Covid Reasons at 5 Times the Rate of Unvaxxed (DS)
Preventable Deaths and Vitamin D3 (Malone)
Attenuated Viruses In Vaccines Cause Rise In Deadly Hepatitis In Children (DE)
Fully Vaccinated Are Developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (DE)
Study: Masks Might Make Covid Worse (CS)
This Is The List Of WEF Graduates (Malone Institute)
Mexico Calls for Latin American Lithium Alliance (RKC)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Google translate from German.

The more bitter truth is the Ukraine can NOT win.

“The Bitter Truth Is: Putin Can Win The War” (Blick)

Russia appears to be making little progress with its invasion of Ukraine. But appearances could be deceiving. Because according to Markus Reisner, Austria’s top military strategist, Ukraine’s situation is much worse than is believed in the West. Putin’s tanks aren’t making any headway, Russian soldiers are surrendering, and soon Russia can no longer afford the war. Again and again breakdowns in the Russian military are known. It almost seems as if Ukraine can win the war. But the impression could be hugely deceptive. Russia is probably much stronger than people think in this country. At least the Austrian colonel and top military strategist Markus Reisner is convinced of this: “We need an objective picture of the situation. It doesn’t help us if we talk ourselves into the fact that the Russian attackers are in a bad state,” he explains in “Welt”.

“Because that belies how the situation really is.” Reisner expects further escalations in the Donbass in the next two to three weeks. According to him, these fights will be particularly fierce “because the Russians are now trying to bring about a decision”. The Ukrainians could defend themselves with American drones, among other things. But according to the military strategist, that will hardly be enough. «Ukraine urgently needs new weapons. The arms deliveries from the West are now a race against time,” Reisner believes. Because the western deliveries of heavy weapons had started too late. And in addition, Russia would capture or destroy a “not inconsiderable part” of the arms deliveries. In the meantime, the Kremlin has even published manuals on how to operate the captured weapons and how to use them against Ukraine.

“And that has already happened,” said the military expert. “According to US information, the weapons that the West brings to Ukraine within a week are used up within a day, i.e. used immediately by the Ukrainians or captured or destroyed by the Russians.” According to Reisner, Russia now wants to form two pincers in the Donbass near Izyum and Donetsk in order to encircle the Ukrainian troops. “The problem is that the positions of the Ukrainians in this area are not as strong as on the old contact line, i.e. in the east of Kramatorsk,” the Austrian fears. In the past, Ukraine has also had success using special forces to ambush Russian soldiers. But this tactic no longer works.

Reisner: “It worked elsewhere for the first six weeks, but now the Russians are prepared and the Russian special forces (Spetsnaz) are chasing the Ukrainian special forces and unfortunately destroying them quite often.” According to Markus Reisner, don’t let the slow progress of the Russians fool you. The Russians are now advancing “slowly, broadly and with massive infantry support, with the tanks being secured to the right and left by further armored trains.” Although the attackers can only manage about 1.5 kilometers per hour, they can avoid being ambushed.

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“..Russia’s superior engineers is why their hypersonic weapons are at least two or three generations ahead of the U.S…”

Megalopolis x Russia: Total War (Escobar)

Russia, based on purchasing power parity (PPP), is the 6th economy in the world, right behind Germany and ahead of both the UK and France. Its “hard” economy is similar to the U.S. Steel production may be about the same, but intellectual capacity is vastly superior. Russia has roughly the same number of engineers as the U.S., but they are much better educated. The Mossad attributes Israel’s economic miracle in creating an equivalent of Silicon Valley to a base of a million Russian immigrants. This Israeli Silicon Valley happens to be a key asset of the American MICIMATT (military-industrial-congressional-intelligence-media-academia-think tank complex), as indelibly named by Ray McGovern.

NATOstan media hysterically barking that Russia’s GDP is the size of Texas is nonsense. PPP is what really counts; that and Russia’s superior engineers is why their hypersonic weapons are at least two or three generations ahead of the U.S. Just ask the indispensable Andrei Martyanov. The Empire of Lies has no defensive missiles worthy of the name, and no equivalents to Mr. Zircon and Mr. Sarmat. The NATOstan sphere simply cannot win a war, any war against Russia for this reason alone. The deafening NATOstan “narrative” that Ukraine is defeating Russia does not even qualify as an innocuous joke (compare it with Russia’s “Reach Out and Touch Someone” strategy). The corrupt system of SBU fanatics intermingled with UkroNazi factions is kaput. The Pentagon knows it. The CIA cannot possibly admit it.

What the Empire of Lies has sort of won, so far, is a media “victory” for the UkroNazis, not a military victory. Gen Aleksandr Dvornikov, of Syria fame, has a clear mandate: to conquer the whole of Donbass, totally free up Crimea and prepare the advance towards Odessa and Transnistria while reducing a rump Ukraine to the status of failed state without any access to the sea. The Sea of Azov – linked to the Caspian by the Don-Volga canal – is already a Russian lake. And the Black Sea is next, the key connection between the Heartland and the Mediterranean. The Five Seas system – Black, Azov, Caspian, Baltic, White – enshrines Russia as a de facto continental naval power. Who needs warm waters?

Gonzalo Poland

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The most credible voice in the West. Putin has no reason to “contemplate losing”..

CIA: No ‘Practical Evidence’ Russia Is Preparing To Use Nukes (AMNA/FT)

CIA does not have any “practical evidence” that Russia is getting ready to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine, its director, Bill Burns, said Saturday. Burns, a veteran diplomat, was speaking at the “Weekend Festival” organized by the Financial Times in Washington, DC. But, he added, “we can’t take lightly those possibilities” given Russia’s saber-rattling. Russia had announced shortly after its invasion of Ukraine began, on Feb. 24, that it had placed its nuclear deterrence forces under heightened alert and Russian President Vladimir Putin had threatened a “swift retaliation” on any third party intervening in the war. Burns said he believed Putin is determined to pursue the war and cannot contemplate losing. “[Putin] is in a frame of mind in which he doesn’t believe he can afford to lose; so the stakes are quite high in this phase,” he said.


“I think he’s convinced right now that doubling down … will enable him to make progress,” he added. The CIA Director also said that China is closely following developments in the Ukraine to find lessons in its own strategy to gain control of Taiwan. China has never made a secret of its belief that it considers Taiwan an integral part of its territory, adding that China was also “dismayed” by “the fact that what Putin has done is driving Europeans and Americans closer together.” “It strikes us … that (Chinese President) Xi Jinping is a little bit unsettled by the reputational damage that can come to China by the association with the brutishness of Russia’s aggression against Ukrainians [and] unsettled certainly by the economic uncertainty that’s been produced by the war,” Burns said.

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“If Russia does not win, the Russian Federation will be humiliated and dismantled and become just another group of colonies for Western asset-strippers and slavers.”

The Third Patriotic War (Batiushka)

Russia must win this War against NATO. However, the last thing Russia wants is a nuclear war, however much some fools in the West talk that up. And however tempting as targets the 1,000 or so US bases around the world may be, Russia certainly does not want the war to spread outside the current Ukrainian territory. If Russia does not win, the Russian Federation will be humiliated and dismantled and become just another group of colonies for Western asset-strippers and slavers. Then the British dream for its 1917 coup d’etat, turned into a nightmare because the stupid dream permitted Bolshevism to come to power, will become real.


After that, China will fall next and then the rest of the still free, if for the moment impoverished and exploited, world will fall just like dominos into neo-colonial Western hands. And that will be the end of the world under a US Global Dictatorship, euphemistically known as ‘the Unipolar World’. We are not ready for that. We prefer to fight. As President Putin has said, a world without Russia is not one we wish to live in. As we have said before, this is our ONLY chance to work towards a Union of Sovereign (NOT Soviet) Social (NOT Socialist) Republics and an Alliance of countries which favour Prosperity and Justice, not Poverty and Injustice.

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I don’t think Biden is capable of being livid over anything anymore. Even if he’s known for a mean temper.

Biden Was ‘Livid’ Over Leaks About American Intel Used by Ukrainians (Celente)

President Joe Biden was furious that senior U.S. officials went to the media about Washington sharing intel with Ukrainians that may have resulted in the sinking of Russia’s flagship and the killings of about a dozen Russian generals, according to a report. Thomas Friedman, a columnist for The New York Times, wrote Friday that his sources in D.C. implied that the leaks were not “part of any thought-out strategy,” and Biden was “livid” when he learned about them. Friedman said Biden got on the phone with the head of national intelligence and CIA to demand that these leaks end because it was inching the U.S. closer to conflict.

Friedman wrote: “Vladimir Putin surely has no illusions about how much the U.S. and NATO are arming Ukraine with material and intelligence, but when American officials start to brag in public about playing a role in killing Russian generals and sinking the Russian flagship, killing many sailors, we could be creating an opening for Putin to respond in ways that could dangerously widen this conflict — and drag the U.S. in deeper than it wants to be.” The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board last week called out Pope Francis for hinting that NATO shared some of the blame for the Ukraine war when he accused the Alliance of “barking at Russia’s gate.” Anyone with even an elementary understanding of what happened in Ukraine knows that the U.S. refused to negotiate in good faith with Russia over Moscow’s security concerns about Kyiv joining the Alliance.

So it was not unreasonable to hear the pope point that out. But the Journal took several issues with the pope, including his hope to meet with Putin. The paper wrote: The Pope said he has requested an audience with Mr. Putin but hasn’t heard back. Asked whether he’d visit Kyiv, he said he must go to Moscow first: “If Putin decided to leave the door open . . . ” This is a pattern. Recall that the Pope declined to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in 2020, at least partly because of America’s opposition to the Vatican’s egregious deal-making with the Chinese Communist Party. The paper seems to take personal offense that Francis believes it would be a more important trip to meet with Putin than the comedian, like all the political whores from the West.

America The Jesuit Review wrote that Francis explores this idea in his book “Evangelii Gaudium.” When looking at conflict, the pope explains, some people ignore it while others get sucked into it. But imagine a third way: Face the problem head-on and make it the start of a new process. As the pope reassures us, “Trust what God is doing through you.”

Biden salad

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“The heads-of-state of U.S.-and-allied countries should therefore be removed and prosecuted by the International Criminal Court in order to halt WW III before it reaches the nuclear stage.”

Ukraine Is None Of America’s Business! (Zuesse)

Russia never coup-grabbed Mexico, but in February 2014, America coup-grabbed Ukraine. That was an act of war against Russia (in order to steal Russia’s naval base in Crimea and in order for America to become able to place U.S. nukes in Ukraine only a five-minute missile-striking-distance away from obliterating Moscow), and Russia responded to America’s blatant aggression by allowing the residents in the region of Ukraine that the Soviet dictator had transferred from Russia to Ukraine in 1954, Crimea, to vote on whether they should remain in Ukraine or be returned to Russia. Over 90% of them voted to return to being Russians.

For this democratic response by Russia to America’s Ukrainian coup (and to America’s attempt to grab Russia’s naval base in Crimea to transform it into a U.S. naval base there), America and its vassal nations repeatedly sanctioned Russia — another step in America’s World War III aggression against Russia — and refused even to consider Russia’s demand that Ukraine must never be a member of America’s anti-Russian military alliance NATO or otherwise become a staging-area for a possible U.S.-and-allied invasion of Russia (a modern-day version of Adolf Hitler’s “Operation Barbarossa” blitz-attack to grab Russia). The heads-of-state of U.S.-and-allied countries should therefore be removed and prosecuted by the International Criminal Court in order to halt WW III before it reaches the nuclear stage.

If this would violate any laws, then it still must at least be attempted, in order to force the ‘news’-media in those countries to report on what is really at issue in the ‘war between Russia and Ukraine’, which is America’s empire and its world-endangering war against Russia (now using Ukraine as America’s proxy-soldiers and WW III introductory battleground). That is “aggressive war,” not any sort of defensive war by America and its vassal-nations. As such, it violates the U.N. Charter; and if the non-U.S.-allied nations won’t do everything they possibly can to defeat America at this stage in its global war of aggression against Russia, then the consequences of their collective failure in this matter will assuredly be the elimination of the entire world as we know it.

A post-WW-III world would be far worse for its survivors than it would be for its billions of non-survivors. The burden of guilt now is, consequently, not only upon the regimes that are seeking to expand yet further the American empire, but it is also upon the bystander nations, whose fates are also on the line in this matter. The fate of everyone is. And this is why everyone — and not ONLY the U.S. and its vassal-nations — must become actively involved here, to prevent the nuclear phase (which would be its final phase, and would be completed in considerably less than an hour). Imperialism must finally meet its match, to end it, for all time, before it ends all of us.

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Yield? They actively use it.

White House Yields To A National Rage Addiction (Turley)

Nearly 70 years ago, a little-known lawyer named Joseph Welch famously confronted Sen. Joseph McCarthy (D-Wis.) in defense of a young man hounded over alleged un-American views. Welch told McCarthy that “I think I have never really gauged … your recklessness” before asking: “Have you no sense of decency, sir? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?” It was a defining moment in American politics as Welch called out a politician who had abandoned any semblance of principle in the pursuit of political advantage. This week, the same scene played out in the White House with one striking difference: This was no Joseph Welch to be found.

After someone in the Supreme Court leaked a draft opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a virtual flash-mob formed around the court and its members demanding retributive justice. This included renewed calls for court “packing,” as well as the potential targeting of individual justices at their homes. Like the leaking of the opinion itself, the doxing of justices and their families is being treated as fair game in our age of rage. There is more than a license to this rage; there is an addiction to it. That was evident in March 2020 when Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) stood in front of the Supreme Court to threaten Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh by name: “I want to tell you, Gorsuch, I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind and you will pay the price! You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions.”

Schumer’s reckless rhetoric was celebrated, not condemned, by many on the left, even after he attempted to walk it back by stating that “I should not have used the words I used … they did not come out the way I intended to.” What occurred at the White House this week is even more troubling. When asked for a response to the leaking of a justice’s draft opinion, White House press secretary Jen Psaki declined to condemn the leaker and said the real issue was the opinion itself. Then she was asked about the potential targeting of justices and their families at their homes, and whether that might be considered extreme. It should have been another easy question; few Americans would approve of such doxing, particularly since some of the justices have young children at home. Yet Psaki declared that “I don’t have an official U.S. government position on where people protest,” adding that “peaceful protest is not extreme.”

Magnetic doors

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Can’t see what he’s been charged with, if anything.

VP of Pfizer Arrested After #Pfizerdocuments Get Released (VT)

Rady Johnson, the executive Vice President of Pfizer, has been arrested at his home and charged with multiple counts of fraud by federal agents. He was taken into custody and is awaiting a bail hearing. This comes as 1,000s of classified documents from Pfizer were released, showing the true risks of the experimental vaccine. As a result of Rady’s arrest, the hashtag #pfizerdocuments has started trending on Twitter. Multiple celebrities are now calling for other employees at Pfizer to be arrested.


Since joining Pfizer in 1994, Rady held multiple high level positions in the company. Rady previously lead the Regulatory Law practice group as well as the Corporate Regulatory and Healthcare Law Audit functions. Keean Bexte, an independent journalist formerly employed by Rebel News, pointed out how 1,223 people died within the first 28 days after taking the Pfizer jab. There are reports that the vaccine killed all the animals during the trial. A judge has granted a media blackout on request of Rady’s lawyers, and Google is suppressing search results. Rady faces life in prison if convicted.

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Your immune system went out the window.

Vaxxed Hospitalised for Non-Covid Reasons at 5 Times the Rate of Unvaxxed (DS)

Over the past 15 months we’ve had a barrage of statistics presented to us shouting about how great the vaccines are at preventing hospitalisation from (or with) Covid. However, these statistics have been light on detail on how they were calculated and we’ve not seen much sight at all of the raw data that the statistics were based upon. Until now. In April, a paper was published by the UKHSA (currently in pre-print, which means that it hasn’t yet undergone the usual peer-review process) on its statistical analysis of a selection of hospitalisation data by vaccination status. The intent of this paper was to support its statements that the vaccines prevent hospitalisation. However, the paper also includes the raw data upon which the UKHSA statistics were derived, and these data tell a very different story to that presented by the UKHSA. The data show:


• Far higher accident and emergency admission rates for reasons other than Covid in the vaccinated than in the unvaccinated.
• Much higher rates of hospitalisation due to non-Covid acute respiratory illness in the vaccinated.
• Even higher A&E admissions and hospitalisations in the double-vaccinated (not boosted).
• Even where the data suggest that the vaccines offer some protection (the risk of admission to intensive care resulting from Covid infection) the results look like they might be an artefact created by the assumptions used by the UKHSA.

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Hope everyone’s taking their 5,000 IU daily, and not just for Covid.

Preventable Deaths and Vitamin D3 (Malone)

We had an inexpensive life-saving solution both before and during the pandemic… The inconvenient truth is that even at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, a very simple, inexpensive and effective treatment was available that could have saved the majority of lives lost. All that the WHO and public health bureaucracy had to do was to recommend and support people taking sufficient Vitamin D3. This failure to act traces back to the unscientific bias and pro-vaccine obsession of Dr. Anthony Fauci. And once again the legacy media, while being paid by the US government and the pharmaceutical industry to promote vaccination, acted by censoring, defaming and suppressing the ability of physicians to inform people of scientific truth. The disease you suffered, the loss of life among your family and friends, could have been greatly reduced by simply getting enough Vitamin D3. This is another example of what happens when unelected bureaucrats are allowed to control free speech. Crimes against humanity.

The effectiveness of Vitamin D3 as an immune system-boosting prophylactic treatment for influenza and other respiratory RNA viruses was first discovered in 2006. Despite that fact that this treatment is amazingly effective for preventing death (by strengthening your immune system), it has never been investigated by the NIH, promoted by the CDC or by the US government for the treatment of influenza. One major issue has been that uncontrolled variables of dosing, timing of dosing and disease status have resulted in inconsistent clinical trial results (much as we have seen with the Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine COVID trials). However, when Vitamin D3 is given prophylactically at sufficient doses, there is clear and compelling evidence that Vitamin D blood levels of around 50 ng/ml will substantially reduce symptomatic infection, severe disease and mortality.

Longstanding worldwide public health policy is that Vitamin D should be taken at sufficient levels (typically supplemented in milk products) to prevent the bone disease called rickets. But this is just a minimal level to prevent a very obvious debilitating disease. The recommended Vitamin D levels in our milk are not sufficient for the more subtle immune system-boosting effects of this critical vitamin. Our bodies’ way of normally producing Vitamin D requires a lot of sunlight, but life in the modern world and northern latitudes make this difficult- particular in winter months which is often when the respiratory viruses cause the most disease and death. In a sense, disease and death from Influenza and other respiratory RNA viruses are a lifestyle disease. Just the way things are. Largely avoidable unnecessary death.

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Trojan virus.

Attenuated Viruses In Vaccines Cause Rise In Deadly Hepatitis In Children (DE)

The mystery hepatitis cases have recently been recorded in 14 states across America. Doctors in Ohio have reported 7 cases in children as young as 18 months, and North Dakota confirmed their first case on 5th May. As of the same date, six children have required a liver transplant and one has died. Could the actual reason for essentially banning the use of the Janssen vaccine instead have something to do with medicine regulators’ fears that the accentuated adenovirus it contains has gone rogue? Both the J&J and AstraZeneca Covid-19 injections are viral vector gene therapies. Both allegedly work by doing the following – First, the DNA instructions to create the SARS-CoV-2 antigen (spike protein; not the full SARS-CoV-2 virus) are inserted into a modified virus (adenovirus).

Then after the “vaccine” is injected into an individual, the viral vector delivers the spike protein DNA instructions to cells resulting in large amounts of the spike protein antigen. The resulting immune response to SARS-CoV-2 allegedly helps mimic what occurs during natural infection and results in a cellular immune response. The current theory, however, is that the adenovirus now circulating has been born from the AstraZeneca vaccine. Which would suggest the FDA have suspended the Janssen jab to prevent it from doing exactly the same thing. But that doesn’t mean the J&J jab isn’t the actual culprit.

The UK was the first country to roll-out the adenovirus based AstraZeneca Covid-19 injection en masse in January 2021, and it was also the first country to report an unusual increase in hepatitis cases of unknown cause among children. Just a coincidence? The theory behind the AstraZeneca virus going rogue is that the virus contained in the vaccine combines with the E1 gene from another circulating adenovirus, of which there are many. The result is a replicating ChAdOx1 virus.

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Hard to explain, because people think AIDS=HIV.

Fully Vaccinated Are Developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (DE)

Official data made available by the U.S. Government and Centers for Disease Control strongly suggests that fully vaccinated Americans are developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. But they are not alone, because further data made available by the UK Government and the Government of Canada suggests the vaccinated population in both of these respective countries are also developing the debilitating condition. It’s a common misconception that Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is only caused by the HIV virus. This simply isn’t true. Acquired (or secondary) immunodeficiency is one of the major causes of infections in adults. These immunodeficiency disorders affect your immune system partially or as a whole, making your body an easy target for several diseases and infections. When immunodeficiency disorders affect your immune system, your body can no longer fight bacteria and diseases. Several factors in the environment can cause secondary immunodeficiency disorders.

Some common ones are:
• Radiation or chemotherapy, which can lead to a secondary immunodeficiency disorder known as neutropenia
• Infections due to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can result in acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
• Leukaemia, a cancer that begins in the cells of the bone marrow that can lead to hypogammaglobulinemia—a type of secondary immunodeficiency
• Malnutrition, which affects up to 50% of populations in underdeveloped countries and leaves people vulnerable to respiratory infections and diarrhoea


But some of the less common causes include Drugs or medications. So it’s perfectly possible for a medication or drug to cause acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, and data published by the U.S Government and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) strongly suggests the Covid-19 injections should be added to the list. For months on end, official data coming out of both the UK and Canada has strongly insinuated that the vaccinated population are developing a nee form of AIDS. This is because the Covid-19 injections are proving to have a real-world negative effectiveness, implying that they are causing damage to the natural immune system.

Geert

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Large study.

Study: Masks Might Make Covid Worse (CS)

In the peer-reviewed study published in the journal Cureus, Dr. Beny Spira reviewed every European country with at least 1 million people between October 2020 – March 2021, when “the entire continent was undergoing an outburst of COVID-19.” Mask mandates and compliance across these countries varied significantly, from 5 per cent to 95 per cent. By comparing each respective country’s infection and death statistics, along with these mask-wearing percentages, Spira drew two conclusions: “While no cause-effect conclusions could be inferred from this observational analysis, the lack of negative correlations between mask usage and COVID-19 cases and deaths suggest that the widespread use of masks at a time when an effective intervention was most needed, i.e., during the strong 2020-2021 autumn-winter peak, was not able to reduce COVID-19 transmission.


Moreover, the moderate positive correlation between mask usage and deaths in Western Europe also suggests that the universal use of masks may have had harmful unintended consequences.” Of course, previous studies draw contrary conclusions, but Spira argues they falsely attributed mask mandates as having efficacy when in reality, they were implemented at the tail end of COVID waves.

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Download xls. list from inside the article.

This Is The List Of WEF Graduates (Malone Institute)

The WEF graduates and members are Foreign Agents. The full title of the US Foreign Principal Registration Act of 1938 (FARA) is “An Act to require the registration of certain persons employed by agencies to disseminate propaganda in the United States and for other purposes.” Citing Wikipedia, “The Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) (2 U.S.C. § 611 et seq.) is a United States law requiring persons engaged in domestic political or advocacy work on behalf of foreign interests to register with the Department of Justice and disclose their relationship, activities, and related financial compensation. Its purpose is to allow the government and general public to be informed of the identities of individuals representing the interests of foreign governments or entities. The law is administered and enforced (or not…) by the FARA Unit of the Counterintelligence and Export Control Section (CES) in the National Security Division (NSD).”


The Malone Institute (primarily Dr. Jill Glasspool-Malone and Anita Hasbury-Snogles), in collaboration with the Pharos foundation and Pharos Media Productions in Sweden, has invested months of time and hundreds of labor hours to mine existing and historic publicly available data sources to develop a detailed summary of graduates from two WEF training programs; the World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow (a one-year program that ran from 1993 to 2003) and Young Global Leaders (a five-year program started 2004/2005 and still running). These people have been intentionally and internationally deployed as foreign agents representing the interests of the WEF members to “penetrate the global cabinets of countries” as well as a wide range of key business sectors including banking/finance, other business sectors (including health and biotechnology), academia and health, media, technology, logistics, arts and culture, sports, politics and government, think tanks, telecommunications, real estate, financial investment/holding companies, a variety of non-governmental organizations, energy, aerospace and military, food and agriculture.

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You think they’ll let you keep it?

Mexico Calls for Latin American Lithium Alliance (RKC)

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, expressed his intentionto form an alliance with Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile, in order to promote mutual collaboration on lithium. “There has been communication with the president of Bolivia (Luis Arce), he, in turn, has a relationship, like us, with the president of Argentina (Alberto Fernández), who also has lithium, and with the president of Chile (Gabriel Boric), with the purpose of creating an association to help each other mutually,” said the Mexican president during his morning press conference today. In April, Mexico’s Congress approved a reform to the Mining Law of that country which launched the nationalization of lithium and the creation of a public body that is in charge of everything related to exploration, exploitation, and industrialization.


He pointed out that in the case of Chile and Argentina, private companies are in charge of exploiting the resource, but Mexico is still interested in collaborating in this work. “In the case of Bolivia and Mexico, lithium is nationalized, but there are shared interests [with Chile and Argentina] and we are going to work together, we are already doing it,” said López Obrador. In recent days, Bolivia celebrated the five-year anniversary of the state company, Yacimientos de Litio Bolivianos (YLB). It was created by the government of Evo Morales with the aim of industrializing lithium and manufacturing value-added products within the country.

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    D Benton Smith
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    @JohnDay Thanks for the link, it engendered many recollections indeed, although I must say it was more like a trip-and-fall back down the rabbit hole than it was a stroll down memory lane.

    Back then was my first inkling that our spies and their masters have behaved very very badly. In the half century since then I’ve learned that attempts to describe their bad behavior with strong modifiers like “very” or “depraved” are frustrating. Words don’t get the job done in the description of fully dedicated and purposeful evil incarnate.

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    D Benton Smith
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    @Oroboros Yeah! Contemplating those predictable outcomes sorta makes my day.

    #107558
    D Benton Smith
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    @JohnDay ref: “(Not so much “shoulder to shoulder” as pelvis-to-sacrum)”

    I love it when you talk anatomically.

    #107559

    And here’s your false flag – right on time!

    No, bigger that that.

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    anticlimactic
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    MASKS

    Anyone with glasses who puts on a mask will know the glasses fog up. This means that the breath is being vectored upwards into the upper air. The viruses will float for a considerable time in the upper air, spreading far and wide.

    To make it more obvious lift the mask up, inhale a cigarette, replace the mask and exhale.

    This shows that masks help the virus to infect more people.

    This is schoolboy science.

    It should not take the study of a million people to say that masks are bad!

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    Figmund Sreud
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    @ Dr. John Day – Canada stands “with” Ukraine in much the same way that Hunter Biden did.
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    Well, … it appears to me that most Canadians support Ukraine. The Ukrainian banners** right now, are quite numerous on private homes – vast outnumbering hockey team pennants, … like Calgary Flames*</ em> for example, – Flames made playoffs this season! Hey, …

    Anyway, … number of these Ukrainian flags are up side down: yellow up / blue down. Still, every one I spoke to over the last two months or so, supports Ukraine! Everyone, … no exception!

    … btw, we Canadians, sometimes, fly our own flag on the Parliament Building, upside down, too! We call it accidents

    F.S.

    *) https://www.amazon.ca/CALGARY-FLAMES-OFFICIAL-3FTX5FT-BANNER/dp/B0045L4DLM/ref=sr_1_5?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIweLqz8HQ9wIVEz-tBh0bJQQ0EAAYAyAAEgI8EPD_BwE&hvadid=596414233612&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9001317&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=2960135189252704107&hvtargid=kwd-1057468441413&hydadcr=27926_14550918&keywords=flames+flags&qid=1652033848&sr=8-5

    **) https://www.amazon.ca/YCXXKJ-Ukrainian-Polyester-Decoration-Blue-Yellow-1/dp/B09TH754X5/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIm__shsLQ9wIVex-tBh30IA-xEAAYASAAEgLbYvD_BwE&hvadid=595964612550&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9001317&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=11570600918225478896&hvtargid=kwd-366557731437&hydadcr=27172_14547220&keywords=ukrainian+flag&qid=1652033960&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&smid=A1CIFN8RZSXTYP&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExTzIzQzZVWElLOUQ4JmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjI1NjM1MU9JTTBDUDNPMTlKSSZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwNTY1MTM4M01PWDJUVEU3QklIMyZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2F0ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=

    #107564

    That article is from Vancouver Times, where it’s labeled as “satire”

    I know.

    I saw the issue covered in several publications, and didn’t check.

    It happens.

    #107565
    Mr. House
    Participant

    This was very interesting:

    #107566
    Susmarie108
    Participant

    Today’s selection, Edgar Degas L’absinthe (In a café) 1875-76 puts me in a mood, immediately. I am drawn to the woman. The lack of facial expression and the rounded shoulders tell me she is present in physical form only. Are we seeing defeat, resignation, and or apathy? Am intrigued by the Artist who chose to capture an unnamed mood as a feature subject. The limited color palette is dominated by the color grey (look closely it is everywhere). Notice how many shades of grey/yellow/white exist in this piece. The brown and black provide interesting contrast/counter weight support. The man is there, maybe even showing us contentment. Looks like a long night ahead…I wonder of they are still there?


    @Oroboros
    – thank you for finding the beautiful tiger. Remembering that these powerful beasts are in the same precious stream of CREATION.

    #107567
    Susmarie108
    Participant

    One more thought on the Degas painting. His use of thin black lines adds something special to this piece. By lining the decanter, table edges, the lady’s hat and shoulders – he adds sublime definition. The technique lifts the piece.

    I wonder IF they are still there?

    #107568
    willem
    Participant

    In the painting, the woman looks somewhere between sad and resigned to me. I think it’s the eyelids.

    #107569
    Veracious Poet
    Participant

    Happy Mother’s Day! to all my sisters who bravely rejected the cults of infanticide, in honor of the wonderful design chosen for you by the Loving, Healing, Creative Power of the Infinite, gifting the miracle of life to this celestial realm <3

    May the blessings of family, friends & prosperity be your constant companion…

    Peace be upon you,

    Gary

    #107570
    Archie
    Participant

    I notice that the absinthe decanter is empty but the ladies glass is full. She could just be blotto from the previous drinks. Also, is she with the character next to her? He looks like bosco on a good day, so who could blame her for getting spaced out.

    #107571
    Doc Robinson
    Participant

    A photo of the woman in the painting:


    Ellen Andrée (1856 – 1933), actrice française de théâtre.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Andr%C3%A9e

    #107572
    Kassandra
    Participant

    Ukraine signs and flags abound in my small university town in my PNW/Mountain State. Sigh.

    What would people think if I put up a Yemeni flag?

    I am certainly scared of what’s coming food/fuel wise. I know I need to get that cord of wood next to my house, those bottles of water and stored food in the pantry. I’m in a new house this past year and trying hard to get some garden beds but I forgot just how many years it took me to get my garden going in my last house, learned about where the sun and shade is, getting the beds tilled and the compost and soil in.

    Thankfully I’m in a small town now, nearly 2 hours drive to the nearest interstate, and surrounded by thousands (maybe millions?) of acres of farmland, with forests just a 15 minute drive away. Many people here still hunt for food and chop their own firewood from the forest. I don’t know if I could emotionally handle still living in a big city in a major metropolitan area with what seems to be coming.

    BTW, mothers day is the most depressing day of the year for me. Not all people have mothers. Mine abandoned me when I was 6 months old, I was left with my heroin addicted father. For most of my life I wished I had been aborted.

    #107573
    D Benton Smith
    Participant

    Back in the day America couldn’t lose a war. Then things deteriorated until for quite a long stretch America couldn’t win a war. Now things have got so bad it’s looking like they can’t even start one properly.

    #107574
    John Day
    Participant

    @Doc Robinson: I am heartened by the photograph of Ellen Andree. The hopelessness of the lady in the picture (whose glass does not contain absinthe, from the look of it) has always been a discouraging countenance for me to view.
    Absinthe is like black licorice liquor that rots your brain ’cause it’s fermented in wormwood.
    I drank it a few times in high school in Japan, where it is legal and I looked like an adult.
    Don’t bother.

    #107575
    John Day
    Participant

    Hi Kassandra.
    God bless you and keep you, Sister.

    #107576
    Mr. House
    Participant

    @DbentonSmith

    I’d go as far as to argue we didn’t even win the last war we claimed we won. How many Americans died? Where was the majority of the fighting done? Where were the majority of German casualties? Heck we only attacked when it was apparent zee Germans were being pushed back………

    #107577
    TAE Summary
    Participant

    *

    Russia has superior engineers

    – Russian weapons are designed by their military with the goal to keep Russia safe
    – US weapons are designed by corporation with the goal to make obscene profits
    – Both are good at what they do

    *

    Poland will take a bite out of Ukraine

    – Poland remembers Barbarossa but wants to be on the right side of history
    – Where the carcass is, there will the eagles be gathered

    *

    Putin has no reason to contemplate losing

    – Putin does analysis of potential outcomes and consequences and acts
    – Biden does analysis of potential profits and optics and reacts

    *

    If Russia does not win, the Russian Federation will be humiliated and dismantled and become just another group of colonies for Western asset-strippers and slavers

    – …and that great pit which hath been digged for the destruction of men shall be filled by those who digged it, unto their utter destruction…

    * US 2023: A winter of severe poverty and chaos
    – Bread: $25 a loaf
    – Hamburger: $35 a pound
    – Gasoline: $15 gallon
    – Electricity: $0.50 a kwh
    – Natural gas: $30 per 1000 cubic feet
    – Riots: Priceless

    * Your lights are on, but you’re not home
    Your mind is not your own
    Your heart sweats, your body shakes
    Another false flag is what it takes
    You like to think that you’re immune to the stuff
    It’s closer to the truth to say you can’t get enough
    Might as well face it you’re addicted to rage
    Gonna have to face it you’re addicted to rage

    #107578

    The painting: I think she looks despondent. I think the man she’s with is buying her the drinks.
    I like Lira, but I there is a bit of -I don’t know what- about him. He has the effect of making his western listener despondent. It’s not that what he says isn’t true, but it is disheartening.
    Let me say that I also am beginning to think that the 2016 was the most accurate election in decades. That is, the nominee who was preferred, won.

    #107579
    Kassandra
    Participant

    Let me say that I also am beginning to think that the 2016 was the most accurate election in decades. That is, the nominee who was preferred, won.

    Wild, isn’t it? I didn’t vote that year, I just couldn’t vote for Clinton, but being a long time non-fan of the Donald I couldn’t do that either. Since I was in California, I figured it didn’t matter anyway.

    In 2020 I voted for the Donald, as did many other California ex-left/liberal/Democrats I know personally. Because of that, it’s hard to believe that he didn’t win.

    #107580
    D Benton Smith
    Participant

    TAE’s commentariat is on a roll! Hot damn there’s some good stuff pouring out of your hearts and minds and onto these pages. I’m really enjoying the read.

    #107581
    Doc Robinson
    Participant

    The woman in the Degas painting, Ellen Andrée, was also the model in the painting “Rolla” by Henri Gervex which was judged to be “immoral” because of the clothing shown on the floor.
    https://www.wikiart.org/en/henri-gervex/rolla-1878

    In the Spring of 1878, a month before the inauguration of the Salon, Rolla was brutally excluded from the event by the Beaux-Arts administration. Yet, Henri Gervex was a renowned painter. Aged only 26, he had already been awarded a medal at the Salon, which in theory made him an “outsider” in terms of competition and therefore dispensed from the deliberations of the jury in charge of choosing the artworks exhibited. This time, the authorities decided otherwise as they judged the scene to be “immoral”…

    If the scene was judged indecent, it was not because of Marie’s nudity, which in no way differs from the canonic nudes of the time. The attention of contemporaries rather turned to the still life constituted by a gown, a garter, and a hastily undone corset covered with a top hat. Gervex might have been advised by Degas to put “a corset on the floor” so that the spectator may know this woman “is not a model”. Indeed, this disposition and the nature of the clothes clearly indicate Marie’s consent and her status as a prostitute. Moreover, the walking stick emerging from the garments acts as a metaphor for sexual intercourse.

    #107582
    chris_gee
    Participant

    @kassandra
    Thank you for sharing. If I could relieve your pain I would. Just because your parents had problems does not mean you were unworthy of love, happiness etc. May the sun shine upon you, a child hug you, and all good things.

    #107583
    John Day
    Participant

    @D Bnton Smith: See? It’s fine. You just had to wait a little longer than you felt like that day you asked.

    @TAE Summary: Try these words and channel Robert Palmer:

    Your lights are on, but you’re not home
    Your mind is not your own
    Your heart sweats, your body shakes
    Another false flag is what it takes
    You like to think that you’re immune to the stuff
    It’s closer to the truth to say you can’t get enough
    Might as well face it you’re addicted to BLOOD
    Gonna have to face it you’re addicted to BLOOD

    #107584
    Dora
    Participant

    Russell Brand takes down Gates’ GERM plan.

    #107602
    aspnaz
    Participant

    @John Day

    Still posting Zerohedge crap. Why? That is about the most controlled opposition I have ever seen. The most disturbing aspect of their reporting is that you will discover more about what is happening in the real world through the MSM that through Zero Hedge …. they are The Sun of the internet, posting shit to attract people who behave like flies around shit. As for the comments, man, I have seen more sense in the chimpanzee cage than at ZH. Their only credit is that they are anti-establishment, but it is all fake.

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