April 18, 2023 at 6:38 pm #133708OroborosParticipant
Kick the UN out of the Empire of Lies or start another version, like BRICS is an alternative to the G7.
Most of the world would welcome a break from the corruption of the UN, management there is a house of whores.
Let the UN suffocate in it’s own squalor of hubris and hypocrisyApril 18, 2023 at 6:45 pm #133709RedParticipant
Here! Here! Oroboros @133708 I’m trying this reply thing to your post to see what comes of it?April 18, 2023 at 6:46 pm #133710RedParticipant
Ha! not much.April 18, 2023 at 6:58 pm #133711maryballonParticipant
Anthony Watts started this blog in 2006 and it has been my go-to site for information to counter the IPPC fear porn. It is worth a look.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Watts_(blogger)April 18, 2023 at 7:07 pm #133712
The UNIPCC has no credibility. It has had no credibility for over 20 years. Its purpose was, and still is, to promote fake ‘solutions’ based on chemical and physical fantasies to the very real predicament or Planetary Meltdown, and to allow corporations to make short-term profits from that meltdown.
The international, multinational banksters own everything and everyone in all ‘official’ systems and decide what will be discussed and by whom.
GDP: Globalised Deceit Paradigm, Grand Deception Programme, Gross Deceit Procedure.
Note that there is NEVER any discussion about The Genuine Progress Index, which assigns negative values to negative outcomes, whereas GDP assigns positive values to negative outcomes. The banksters see to that!
‘Money makes the world go round.’
Money, money, money, money, money, money, money, money…
And the international-multinational banksters will sacrifice everything in order to maintain their Ponzi Schemes a little longer.
Of course, we know that it is angular momentum that makes the world go round and that without energy nothing happens.
No official plan ever mentions energy, other than in the context of looting of The Commons or in the promotion of scams.April 18, 2023 at 7:07 pm #133713
Refresher: Bit of history!
F.S.April 18, 2023 at 7:15 pm #133714
It is fascinating to observe that so much of what passes for commentary and discussion amounts to arguments about the colour and size of the ticks that are sucking blood from a dead animal, arguments about the colour and size of ticks which will starve, die, and drop off once the blood can no longer be sucked out.April 18, 2023 at 7:19 pm #133715
I sure hope that Russia does not relent in the project Eradicate the Fascists because if it does, the local fascists will be emboldened to markedly increase the severity of their assaults on us.April 18, 2023 at 7:19 pm #133716jb-hbParticipant
Oh you ray of sunshine you. A happy Tuesday to you anyhow.
April 18, 2023 at 7:58 pm #133717
The insane, deceitful fascists who control the US are rushing to provoke the next major war.April 18, 2023 at 8:09 pm #133718Dr. DParticipant
Henry: That may be a concise or more dramatic way of saying the same thing Luongo is saying. Or he’s saying that Powell is saying. He’s saying they lost control of the US$ market. Probably a long time ago. Was this the planned basis of Kissinger’s petrodollar? Or they just found a way to game it? Doesn’t really matter.
If it breaks, which seems likely then of course they must return to national currencies. Because no the Euro is flawed, the EU is flawed far more. This is back to Armstrong where he said they forced the currency first and planned to catch up to the political side, which was fatal. They have no referendum support and even less now. So without the money to buy them off and hang over their head, the countries would seemingly have to move apart to their own cultures again.
But probably it would only occur with something much worse happening, so it’s impossible to predict. You know, like collpasing economically due to Ukraine, being afraid Russia will invade, and being militaristic, therefore mobilizing war footing and repressing all citizens in their zone, ending with NoKo CBDC. You know, like that.
I was going to mention the UN thing, glad you did, I haven’t done a deep dive. Reminds me of RBG who wanted 1) Legal sex work and 2) Age of consent at 14. Yay Progress! I’m sure that’ll go great and not cause hardship on young girls at all.
They want the legal age at 0 because those are the ages of rape they are guilty of. They feel the hot breath of someone on their necks.
“That is the lies that are told by the supposed leaders and swallowed whole.”
As others have said. Yes. Without us, THEY can’t do anything. So although I do want to “get them”, there’s about as much truth in what they say: You’re a bunch of idiots, so why SHOULDN’T I abuse you, kill everyone, and take everything? I’ll stop as soon as you stop me. It’s not hard. But the peasants won’t lift a finger though we could crush them under our coffee cups. So this has given me a lot more respect and understanding for pure evil. Sure. Why SHOULDN’T they? Wouldn’t it really be silly for them not to?
YOU, we the people, tell them, beg them, order them to. Like other con men, they just give us what we want them to.April 18, 2023 at 8:44 pm #133719
If you are in need of a some bizarre, rather sick, Orwellian entertainment, try this reversal-of-truth offering from Sky ‘News’ that the gullible masses are being fed. .April 18, 2023 at 9:15 pm #133720
Real World Problems https://drjohnsblog.substack.com/p/real-world-problems
The Fed Cannot Fix Today’s Energy Inflation Problem , Gail Tverberg
There is a reason for raising interest rates to try to fight inflation. This approach tends to squeeze out the most marginal players in the economy. Such businesses and governments tend to collapse, as interest rates rise, leaving less “demand” for oil and other energy products. The institutions that are squeezed out range from small businesses to financial institutions to governmental organizations. The lower demand tends to reduce inflationary pressure.
The amount of goods and services that the world’s economy can produce is largely determined by fossil fuel supplies, plus our ability to use “complexity” in many forms to produce the items that the world’s growing population requires. Adding debt helps add complexity of various types, such as more international trade, more advanced education, and more specialized tools. For a while, the combination of growing energy supplies and growing complexity have helped pull economies along.
Unfortunately, the world’s oil supply is no longer growing. Without an adequate oil supply, it becomes difficult to maintain complexity because complex solutions, such as international trade, require adequate oil supplies. Inasmuch as we seem to be reaching energy and complexity limits, nothing the regulators try to do to change the debt and money supplies–even reeling them back in–can fix the underlying oil (and total energy) problem.
I expect that the rich parts of the world, including the US, Europe, and Japan, are in line to be adversely affected by high interest rates this time. With their high levels of complexity, they are among the most vulnerable to disruption when there is not enough oil to go around…
..With their high per capita oil consumption, the combined oil consumption of Europe, Japan, and the United States amounted to almost 38% of total oil consumption in 2021... If this consumption could be brought to zero, the rest of the world could consume about 60% more than they would otherwise. [Note that US per capita oil consumption is 15X that of India.]
Of course, the US currently produces most of its own oil, so its oil cannot be obtained unless the US economy collapses to such an extent that it cannot access the oil that it now extracts and refines. As indicated in the introduction to this post, the US is very dependent upon imported goods. Even goods used in the extraction of oil, such as steel pipe used to drill wells, and computers, are imported. Furthermore, whether or not problems with imported goods occur, financial problems seem likely in the near future, either caused by collapsing debt, or by the issuance of excessive new governmental debt to try to offset the problem of collapsing debt. Such financial problems are likely to make imports of required foreign goods difficult. Problems such as these might be one way the US loses access to its own oil.
A loss in a “hot” war could also reduce the ability of the US to access its own oil. Poor countries most likely covet the US’s oil resources. In my opinion, the more oil the US leaves in the ground related to climate concerns, the more vulnerable the US becomes to other countries’ trying to access its resources. For most of the world, adequate food supply has priority over climate concerns.
If total world oil supply is shrinking, as seems likely with OPEC cutting its output, poorer countries around the world are now becoming concerned about finding workarounds for this expected oil supply shortfall. One workaround would be for oil exporting countries to reduce their exports to countries that are not their close allies. Another approach would be for the poorer nations of the world to reduce the quantity of oil now used for international transport by cutting back on exports of all types of goods to richer countries…
..When the rate of growth of the energy supply is constrained, the system starts encountering more debt defaults and banking crises. I think that this is where we are today.
In a way, the economy with all its debt is like a Ponzi Scheme. It depends on a growing supply of energy and other resources to continue to be able to pay back its debt with interest. The higher the interest rate, the more difficult it is to keep the whole arrangement operating.
Something will have to “give,” as the growth in oil supply turns to shrinkage.
Mish Shedlock observes new candor from ECB President, but she does not mention the “weaponized dollar”, which is fundamental to the 10 points he agrees with. Is global finance now opening for frank re-negotiation?
Christine Lagarde Made 10 Key Points Today and I Agree With All of Them.
Putin Makes Surprise Visit To Troops Near Frontline In Ukraine
That should read “visits to front lines”. Putin is shown landing in Kherson and Luhansk battle zone-oblasts, now members of the Russian federation, walking openly with Generals outside and inside in both headquarters, and engaging in substantive meetings to be informed by the General staff. This is a bold statement to Russians, Chinese and Americans alike. This is a national leader.
Christine sends this from Gilbert Doctorow: Russia in the world news today: visit of Chinese defense minister, high alert naval exercises in the Pacific and charm offensives in Brazil and India
The significance of cooperation in defense of these two superpowers is news too big to ignore… Li was responsible for acquiring military hardware, and he signed the contracts to buy Russia’s world beating air defense system, the S-400, and its most advanced fighter jets. It would not be surprising if during his 4-day visit Li continued his pursuit of other world-beating Russian equipment that could be very useful in any pending military clash with the United States over Taiwan. It would also be logical for Li to be discussing which Chinese hardware could be supplied to Russia if and when the clash with NATO over Ukraine escalates to a new order of risk and China decides to abandon its present caution and throw in its fate with Russia. None of these questions, of course, figure in the reports of Western media today...
..On Russian television today it was a very different ongoing event which took center stage: the snap high alert exercises of the Russian Pacific fleet…TASS today has the most informative text account… We are told that the exercises involve over 25,000 personnel, 167 combat ships and support vessels, including 12 submarines, 89 aircraft and helicopters.
However, the television coverage of the military exercises on Vesti tell a far more interesting story. We were taken aboard the ships, which are nearly all newly constructed, compact, with a sharply reduced radar profile, packed with the latest design cannon and rapid fire artillery such as we otherwise see daily on the battlefields of Donbas. And they are carrying Russia’s hypersonic Kinzhal missiles, which proved their worth in the devastating attack on a bunker used by NATO officers near Lviv on 9 March. We were told today that the Kinzhal also serves as an unstoppable and highly accurate destroyer of enemy aircraft. That it sinks ships to the scale of aircraft carriers was never in doubt.....Russians decided to call their Pacific Fleet exercise, which operates in particular near the Kuriles and in close proximity to Japan, at the very moment when the G7 foreign ministers are meeting near Hiroshima. Nor can one ignore the close sequence between the Russian exercises and China’s massive show of naval strength last week in the waters around Taiwan…
..Today’s Vesti carries video reportage of the arrival of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Brazil for the start of his Latin American tour that will also include visits to Venezuela and Cuba…
..We may assume they have a great deal to discuss following President Lula’s visit to Beijing last week. Topics may well include the Brazilian position with respect to China’s 12 point peace plan for Ukraine, the question of creating a new BRICS currency for trade between its member states and the plans for further growing the New Development Bank in Beijing. The NDB is the BRICS’ answer to the IMF and World Bank. It is part of the new architecture of global institutions that China, and Russia, are building to underpin multipolarity. It is relevant to Lavrov’s discussions that Lula’s former protégé Dilma Rousseff was recently elected as the Bank’s president by its Board of Directors. Since 2021 the NDB has among its members Bangladesh, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Uruguay. There surely will be many more members to come.
Lastly, Russian news today is carrying extensive text and video reports on the talks that Denis Maturov, RF Minister of Industry and Trade, is having in Delhi, where he heads a substantial Russian corporate delegation. The Indian Foreign Minister is shown warmly receiving Maturov with words to the effect that Russia and India share the ambition to establish multipolarity in global governance.
Per Rossiiskaya Gazeta, one of the key tasks of Manturov’s delegation is to sway the opinion of the Indian government in favor of granting Russia a further contract to build a second atomic power station. The online news agency AEX tells us that Manturov is in talks to expand direct air links between the two countries to better facilitate business exchanges and tourism. Vechernaya Moskva informs that Russia and India are working to create a reinsurance company to provide coverage for oil deliveries by ship.
In the latter regard, if I properly caught the figure given by Vesti on the fly, Russian deliveries of oil to India are now running at the extraordinary volume of 1.5 million barrels a day. This has driven up the level of bilateral trade by 50% versus a year ago. To date the figure is 45 billion dollars.
Other subjects for trade talks include closer ties in the pharmaceutical and automotive industries. An agreement for a free trade zone is under discussion, as are legal protections for capital investments.
Russia in the world news today: visit of Chinese defense minister, high alert naval exercises in the Pacific and charm offensives in Brazil and IndiaApril 18, 2023 at 9:20 pm #133722
Christine also sends this piece from John Helmer, where he asserts that the Pentagon-Paper leaks signify the approaching death of the “Emperor, Not the Empire” in Washington DC. The general staff are practical, have accepted the inevitable losses of US power and prestige in the world, and want to save what is left of their military forces, and the nation. Helmer sees this as the beginning of military coups d’etat in the US, similar to what Rome had after Caligula.
Also from Christine. US Democrats in the House and Senate have introduced a bill that would force the White House to seek Congressional approval before ordering a nuclear strike, insisting the president should not have unilateral authority to start a nuclear war.
Introduced by Senator Ed Markey and Representative Ted Lieu on Friday, the ‘Restricting First Use of Nuclear Weapons Act’ would prohibit any US president from “launching a nuclear strike without prior authorization from Congress,” as well as reaffirm lawmakers’ war powers under the US Constitution.
https://www.rt. com/news/574780-democrats-president-nuclear-powers/ (link disabled with gap to post)
The 21-year Old Leaker — Something Is Not Right , Larry Johnson
Before you join the mob eager to lynch the poor kid, let me share what some of my friends who are veterans of the CIA and the Air Force have said about this affair in the past few days.
Both men say that the story and alleged facts smell to high heaven. One longtime buddy, a veteran of the CIA, still provides consulting services to the U.S. Government and holds the same high clearances that he had prior to his retirement. He is an experienced operations officer. He has recruited foreigners to spy on behalf of the United States, managed highly classified programs and planned and executed many covert actions. In other words, he is no desk jockey…
..During our 18 years of working on these highly classified exercises we have never seen a E3 (i.e., an Airman First Class) anywhere in the SCIF. The enlisted personnel who worked on these TOP SECRET exercises were at least a Staff Sergeant (E5). So what is a lowly E3 doing in a SCIF with TOP SECRET material and no supervision? That is the first red flag.
Another red flag, as I noted in my previous piece, is the partial copy of the CIA Operations Center Intelligence Report. Both of us have had access to CIA systems available on the military servers and we have never seen the CIA Ops Center report on any of those systems. Never! How did this 21 year old kid get his hands on that?
It seems that European countries are going to pay for their attempts to profit on cheap Ukrainian grain, which, instead of feeding the starving African countries, is being transferred to quite well-fed Europe. Ukrainian grain has already brought farmers in Eastern Europe to the brink of bankruptcy, it also turned out that it is dangerous for its consumers.
On April 13, the Slovak authorities banned the processing and sale of Ukrainian grain and flour made from it on the territory of the country. The Ministry of Agriculture and Regional Development of Slovakia stated that it found multiple excess of the maximum permissible concentration of pesticides
In a 1.5 thousand tons batch of wheat from Ukraine, which was sent for threshing, “the presence of a pesticide that is not allowed in the EU and has a negative impact on human health was confirmed.” [Chlorpyrifos, banned in EU and US for serious medical risks including neurological, developmental and teratogenic.] The Minister of Agriculture of Slovakia explained that three independent accredited laboratories confirmed the increased content of pesticide residues.
EU slams Poland and Hungary’s ban on Ukrainian food imports as other countries threaten to join blockade
If Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Poland all block the transit of Ukrainian food products, it would effectively result in a geographical blockade in EuropeApril 18, 2023 at 9:23 pm #133723
The same evildoers who invested heavily in Ukrainian farmland, intending to break the laws and pay some bribes.
Big Ag Panicking Over Bill to Require Labeling of Gene-Altering Products
Missouri House Bill 1169 would require labeling of products that can alter your genes. Big Ag lobbyists strongly oppose it, because it would mean labeling livestock injected with mRNA vaccines
From Christine: Mexico’s government already faces the threat of international dispute settlements over its energy reforms and proposed ban of GM corn. It now wants to radically change the rules of the game for its huge mining sector.
Mexico is the world’s largest silver producer, accounting for roughly one out of every five metric tons of the precious metal mined in 2021. It is also among the top ten global producers of 15 other metals and minerals (bismuth, fluorite, celestite, wollastonite, cadmium, molybdenum, lead, zinc, diatomite, salt, barite, graphite, gypsum, gold, and copper). For the past 31 years the country has functioned as a veritable paradise for global mining conglomerates, serving up some of the laxest regulations in Latin America. But that could all be about to change…
..One thing that sets Mexico apart from most, if not all, other resource-rich countries in Latin America is the extreme preferential treatment it grants to the mining industry. In the country’s 1992 Mining Law, mining activity took precedence over all other industries and activities. Article 6 of the law reads:
“The exploration, exploitation and beneficiation of the minerals or substances referred to in this Law are public utilities and will have preference over any other use or utilization of the land, subject to the conditions established herein, and only by a Federal Law may taxes be assessed on these activities.” …
..In total, 11% of Mexico’s territory (20,853,928 hectares) has been licensed for mining exploration and exploitation. Of that, some 188,320 hectares are actually being actively mined by a grand total of 874 mining projects, according to a study carried out by the non-profit civil organization CartoCrítica. More than 80% of those projects operate without reporting the damages they cause or the pollutants they emit into the water, air, or land as a result of their operations, according to the study. Also, many do not report the volumes of minerals they extract from each project or how much water they use.
“Given the potentially toxic nature of contaminants associated with metal mining, such as cyanide and heavy metals, these results are especially alarming,” said Manuel Llano, a geographer with CartoCrítica.
The AMLO government’s new mining reforms are supposed to change this. The president insists that the reforms are not about expropriating mining companies’ assets but rather looking after the environment. But they also represent a rebalancing of power between the government and mining companies. They also form part of a growing resurgence of resource nationalism, not just in Mexico but across Latin America, that could have major repercussions for global supply chains.
An informative interview with the Argentine Finance Minister who negotiated their last debt restructuring with the IMF.
A Debt Crisis Looming in the Global South?
People are waking up to discover that another international debt crisis of enormous proportions looms on the horizon of a scale not seen since the early 1980s, after which Latin America and Africa slogged through a “lost decade.” Implosions of this magnitude can wipe out years of progress in health, education, and social stability. Yet not many people understand why and how this is happening.
As a new crisis gains momentum, economist Martin Guzman, former Minister of the Economy of Argentina and co-president of Columbia University’s Initiative for Policy Dialogue offers his perspective on what has gone wrong and what can be done to address it. In his view, you can’t understand debt crises without confronting the power dynamics at play. [Those dynamics will be renegotiated.]
Peter McCullough MD , Novel Vaccine Technologies in Veterinary Medicine: A Herald to Human Medicine Vaccines
Explosion of Genetic Vaccines in Animals Gets Human Attention
Professor Anthony Hall, Canadians Organizing to Seek Accountability for COVID Crimes
The National Citizens Inquiry on Cross-Canada Tour to Investigate “Canada’s Response to COVID-19”
https://anthonyjhall.substack.com/p/canadians-organizing-to-seek-accountabilityApril 18, 2023 at 9:41 pm #133724WESParticipant
Henry the 8th provided a nice summary by stating “Eurodollars are a claim on US dollars”.
For those who’s first language isn’t finance, I offer this English translation!
1. Somebody with $1 USD in a US Bank 1 buys something in Britain and the seller deposits the received $1 USD at Bank A in Britain.
The US Fed then transfers this $1 USD from the US Bank 1’s account to Bank A’s account at the US Fed. (Note the $1 USD has not actually left the US!)
Also note that the $1 USD deposited in British Bank A is now a claim on the $1 USD held by the US Fed in British Bank A’s account at the Fed. This creates or births, one Eurodollar. (A claim on $1 USD.)
2. Suppose the British seller then uses the $1 USD in British Bank A to buy something in France.
The seller in France then deposits the received $1 USD from British Bank A into French Bank B.
The US Fed then transfers the $1 USD from British Bank A’s account at the US FED to French Bank B’s account at the US Fed. (Again note the $1 USD still has not left the US!)
Also note that the one Eurodollar deposited in French Bank B from British Bank A, merely transfers the claim on the $1 USD held by the US Fed, from British Bank A’s account to French Bank Bush account at the US Fed. (British Bank A’s claim to the $1 USD held at the US Fed is cancelled or extinguished or dies.)
3. Suppose the French seller decides to buy something for $1 US in the US.
The seller in the US then deposits the one Eurodollar received from French Bank B into US Bank 2.
The US Fed then transfers the $1 USD that was holding, (ever since US Bank 1 sent the $1 USD overseas), to US Bank 2. By doing this the one Eurodollar claim on the $1 USD held at the US Fed by French Bank B’s account at the US Fed is cancelled or extinguished or dies.
Thus this one Eurodollar is now cancelled or extinguished or dies.
Note the US Fed actively promotes the use of the Eurodollar!
This explains a simple cycle of how an Eurodollar is born, transfered to a new owner, then dies by returning to the US.
Much more complex is the cycle of how $1 USD leaving the US can birth multiple Eurodollars but I am ending this comment as my tablet wants to crash!April 18, 2023 at 10:41 pm #133725aspnazParticipant
Dr D Rich said
Also Snow white, Superman, Pinocchio and Fauci joke. I’m approaching the 40th anniversary of this very same observation about Tone Fauci
Ha ha, agreed. It is incredible how some people just cannot stop giving evil doers the benefit of “the doubt” as if there was any doubt. I think some people are just afraid of taking a stand, afraid of stating that some people are extreme evil doers, they are only forgiveable people in the eyes of God, not in the eyes of normal humans. In the UK these reality-deniers would be considered to be “wet”, meaning mentally weak.April 18, 2023 at 10:55 pm #133726
‘Substantial Threat’! Russia Moves Its Warship To Northern Base, Warning Issued – Is Moscow Planning Zircon Hypersonic Missile Test?
The NAVWARN is between April 20 to 29, covering a distance of 3,500 kilometers from the Barents Sea to the East Siberian Sea.
F.S.April 18, 2023 at 11:04 pm #133727Maxwell QuestParticipant
Tom Luongo’s most recent:April 18, 2023 at 11:14 pm #133728
Fascinating article posted at nakedcapitalism. [ I’ve always been fascinated by idiocy of my country folks!]
The Increasing Number of Trial Balloons for Polish Intervention in Ukraine
Conor Gallagher April 16, 2023
F.S.April 19, 2023 at 1:02 am #133729TheTrivium4TWParticipant
What stock brokerage is least likely to be taken under due to a severe bank run that is coming *eventually*? Basically, I don’t want to have an account that goes down first.
For those interested in following the economy and getting a heads up before the eventually debt-based money implosion of the stock markets, tune into Gary Kaltbaum. The dude is golden. He catches Big Money bailing and sees problems to exit markets before they begin their decline and bust.
GaryK.com is his website.
He doesn’t know about Money Power Fascist Empire, so he actually thinks these Darth Operators are stupid instead of evil. Moar debt == eventually bankruptcy and asset stripping by the Money Power Royals and Rothschilds who lent the money based on our principle plus interest payback contract… and nothing more…April 19, 2023 at 2:56 am #133730Dr D RichParticipant
Yeah, you touched upon the myriad of societal responses to obvious frauds like Fauci. A more developed society like yours knows to shame his followers which in turn deprives him/Fauci of power as in no audience then no favorable press.
Although the war against Fauci-like manipulators is unending because their power and authority derives from other sources other than “dumbfounded”. I submit the following describes two subsets of Fauci aficionados:
1. The silent, secret admirers of Fauci too chickenshit to take a stand publicly or privately before their peers/family. (You already explicated the “too polite” subset)
2. Then one has to confront what I call “Lower Level Operators” identical to Fauci in every regard except these lower level operators lack Fauci’s megalomania. Megalomania is easily confused with ambition and just as easily credited by society’s gatekeepers.
3. In America, we’re conditioned from birth to Follow the Leader, no matter how inept the leadership or corrupt the behavior. The result is a nation of authoritarian followers and no it’s not a particularly unique observation. Notice how America pays lip service to whistleblowers or waits for Obama to imprison them.
4. Then the prophets, keen observers, and diviners risk the wrath of those individuals stung by the embarrassment of having submitted to Fauci’s nonsense once he’s been exposed. We’re deep within this phase now.
Well, that’s 4 not 2. Navy math.April 19, 2023 at 3:27 am #133731my parents said knowParticipant
A little late post entertainment–
“This is a transcript of an interview by Randy Engel, Director of the US Coalition for Life, with Dr Larry Dunegan on Oct. 10, 1991 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. On tapes I and II (made in 1988) Dr Lawrence Dunegan, recounted his memories of the lecture he attended in 1969 where a New World Order insider, Dr Richard Day, revealed plans for a “World System” which is usually called the New World Order, i.e. the long planned and awaited feudal-fascist World Government.”
As good as it gets in the “a guy talked about this long ago…” stuff.
Wiki on Richard Day checks out.April 19, 2023 at 4:05 am #133732Dr D RichParticipant
@my parents said know
Dig up the essay/lecture from Pittsburgh same venue time circa 1969 by none other than RANDcorp/Stanfordman/NWO dude Alain Enthoven and you’ll find not the prediction but the plan for Medicine that we’ve seen implemented in the form of Fauci, Welensky, COVID response and the devaluation of the physician-patient relationship.
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