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3 years ago @ http://www.information... - In Syria The Entire Na... · 0 replies · +5 points

Oh if only all my brainwashed fellow Australians still reading their Murdoch papers and watching commercial TV and the clearly deep state controlled but otherwise good national ABC TV and radio - could read Vltchek en masse, wake the f up, and start a massive peace movement!!!

But sad and ashamed to say that's unlikely.

However when I talk to friends and colleagues about Syria and Western support for terrorists, no longer do I get angry "you're a conspiracy theorist!" responses, but an uneasy cognitive dissonance or guilty partial acknowledgement.

So the truth slowly leaks out...

Andre thank you.

3 years ago @ http://www.information... - Comments  -A Worl... · 0 replies · +1 points

Prof Petras' analysis is bleak and it makes sense. I am not sure if the last paragraph means he believes WW3 Nuclear War will happen or won't happen - the last sentences suggest won't happen as a peace movement will stop it. But I don't see any large peace movement. Most people in The West are still in 'sheeple' mode, believing the mainstream media propaganda narratives, naively thinking we have a 'free press'.

The other comment I'd like to make is my reading over recent years has led me to conclude the world is far more complex at the 'elite' levels. There are indeed secret societies which JFK railed against in one of his last speeches - https://www.jfklibrary.org/archives/other-resourc... . I've listened to that speech several times and concede he could be talking only about the communist threat of the time from the Soviet Union and China. But it still doesn't add up - why did he not just outright say that? It seems JFK was alluding to the secret societies in addition to threat of communist infiltration.

This brings me to consider the 'conspiracy theories' about the Billdebergers, the Bohemian Grovers, the Skull & Bonesmen of Yale, the 33rd level of Freemasons, old European aristocratic clubs, the 'council of 300 or 200', the 'Super-entity' discovered by mathematicians from the University of Zurich that a cross-owned conglomerate entity of 147 companies including all the biggest banks own over 60% of the profit making capacity of the world's 45,000 largest companies. In other words - 'globalist' NWO type scenario.

I suggest people take a look at the 'Q anon' phenomenon. Evidence in the form of 100s of now 'Q proofs' shows that 'Q' represents US military intelligence linked to the Trump administration. Q gives some hope as representing more moral 'nationalist' camp within the US elites against the hegemonic 'globalist' camp that want a NWO by any means.

Whether - when the globalists are overthrown as Q assures us they will be - the USA will cooperate with Russia, China and Iran as partners in a multipolar world - is a moot point. Or will it be just back to the Great Game - and the ongoing threat of WW3 remaining?

See www.qmap.pub The posts are often in riddles and code, but the more one follows the narrative, the harder it is to dismiss. Particularly with overwhelming evidence that Q is intimately tied to the Trump administration and military officers like General Michael Flynn.

3 years ago @ http://www.information... - Comments  - War O... · 0 replies · +2 points

I posted this comment also in the subthread where you talked about the Tartars, BornGrumbler, but it is pertinent to the broader discussion, so am posting here. I'd also like to know if anyone else saw the very disturbing video at the time or has heard of the 'Kerson massacre' of Crimean supporters of the Yanyukovich govt who were in Kiev as 'anti-Maidan' protestors.

This is the problem with all history BornGrumbler. How far do you go back? What about the remnant Native American Indians of the USA or Canada, or the Australian Aborigines or the Maori of New Zealand?

Crimea was part of the Russian Tsarist empire from 1774 after defeating the Ottoman Empire there, but it also had 'Russian' aspects as far back as the 10th Century when Vladimir the Great was baptised in the Byzantine Greek colonised Crimea well before the muslim invasions of later centuries that created the Tartar people.

Stalin did forced migrations and purges throughout the Soviet Union, and moved most of the Tartars out and more Russians into Crimea. A good book from the period I read is 'Into the Whirlwind' by a woman who was a Communist Party official in Tartastan where the Tartars were settled - about Stalin's purges.

The one thing Crimea has never been culturally is Ukrainian. In 1954 Kruschev added it to the Ukrainian Soviet, but Ukrainian speakers and culture have never been more than a tiny percentage of the inhabitants.

Which is why there were a couple of earlier referendums overwhelmingly requesting return to Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union - both were rejected by the newly independent Ukraine govt. Although the Russian fleet at Sevastapol was allowed a long-term lease - an arrangement that the coup government of 2014 in Kiev signalled it was going to break.

Hence the referendum, the overwhelming desire (including by half the Tartars from reports) to reunite with the Russian Federation.

There was also the alleged 'Kerson massacre' of pro-Yanukovich govt supporters from Kiev who were returning by bus to Crimea but were stopped by a neo-Nazi 'Right Sector' roadblock just north of the peninsular and ordered out of the bus and clubbed to death. That was immediately before the uprising in Crimea against the Kiev government. There was footage of it by Right Sector themselves on the internet which has since been deleted - it showed the people forced to crawl on hands and knees from the bus as the Right Sector thugs held large batons and guns and around the back of the bus into the vegetation on the roadside - it didn't show the reported killings but it looked ominous.

3 years ago @ http://www.information... - Comments  - War O... · 0 replies · +1 points

This is the problem with all history BornGrumbler. How far do you go back? What about the remnant Native American Indians of the USA or Canada, or the Australian Aborigines or the Maori of New Zealand?

Crimea was part of the Russian Tsarist empire from the 1774 after defeating the Ottoman Empire there, but it also had 'Russian' aspects as far back as the 10th Century when Vladimir the Great was baptised in the Byzantine Greek colonised Crimea well before the muslim invasions of later centuries that created the Tartar people.

Stalin did forced migrations and purges throughout the Soviet Union, and moved most of the Tartars out and more Russians into Crimea. A good book from the period I read is 'Into the Whirlwind' by a woman who was a Communist Party official in Tartastan where the Tartars were settled - about Stalin's purges.

The one thing Crimea has never been culturally is Ukrainian. In 1954 Kruschev added it to the Ukrainian Soviet, but Ukrainian speakers and culture have never been more than a tiny percentage of the inhabitants.

Which is why there were a couple of earlier referendums overwhelmingly requesting return to Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union - both were rejected by the newly independent Ukraine govt. Although the Russian fleet at Sevastapol was allowed a long-term lease - an arrangement that the coup government of 2014 in Kiev signalled it was going to break.

Hence the referendum, the overwhelming desire (including by half the Tartars from reports) to reunite with the Russian Federation.

There was also the alleged 'Kerson massacre' of pro-Yanukovich govt supporters from Kiev who were returning by bus to Crimea but were stopped by a neo-Nazi 'Right Sector' roadblock just north of the peninsular and ordered out of the bus and clubbed to death. That was immediately before the uprising in Crimea against the Kiev government. There was footage of it by Right Sector themselves on the internet which has since been deleted - it showed the people forced to crawl on hands and knees from the bus as the Right Sector thugs held large batons and guns and around the back of the bus into the vegetation on the roadside - it didn't show the reported killings but it looked ominous.