Friday, November 26, 2021

4 Quadrillion dollars

My jaw dropped, everything I know about the world, (((Brandon's teleprompter))), the (((Khabinet))), bribery and Jizzlaine blackmail, and the unending series of Khazar victories of genocide and land theft, was shattered:

But everything is exactly as I knew it to be:  "Israeli official to Arutz Sheva: Bennett did not stop construction in Atarot".  Bennett claims he'll block it in months, but of course when the time rolls around, nothing will be done.  This story was created to produce a headline.  We haven't seen an Israeli genocide or land theft decision blocked, by either the US or Europe, in years.  The bribes and blackmail are holding up fine.

"Antifa And Its Origins" (review of 'Antifascism: The Course of a Crusade', by Paul Gottfried) (Vella) (my emphasis in red):
"The antifascist left smears their “fascist” opponents with the Nazi and anti-Semitic label. However, fascism and Nazism are not identical. Latin fascism, writes Gottfried, was not defined by extreme racism against Jews and Slavs or by a totalitarian state apparatus that was characteristic of the Third Reich. “It is difficult for me to see how the Nazi orgy of killing was simply a variation of Latin fascism or similar in character to something as anodyne as Austrian clerical fascism.” Mussolini’s embrace of German-style anti-Semitism in 1938 was a dramatic departure from longstanding fascist practice. Despite his authoritarianism, Il Duce was considered a leftwing reformer until his alliance with Nazi Germany. Members of his cabinet were vocal critics of Hitler. Only a couple years earlier, Jewish refugees from Germany were given asylum in Italy. Even some Eastern European Zionists “venerated” Mussolini for providing a nationalist blueprint for a future Jewish state. Early supporters of the fascist movement included Jewish members of the Italian bourgeoisie. Mussolini’s mistress was a Sephardic Jew.

How the definition of fascism changed gives us insight into the transformation of the political left over the course of a century. Gottfried justifies his study with the claim that an understanding of today’s left is not possible without an appreciation of what it rejects. He insists with some justification that traditional Marxism does not inform the thinking of the antifascist left today. Unlike the modern left, traditional Marxists prioritized the welfare of the working class against bourgeois owners of capital. They did not deny human biology, oppose national borders, or cavort with a globalist ruling class. They would have identified the lifestyle revolution of the modern left as evidence of Western decadence. Gottfried believes Antifa is an anti-patriotic force that seeks to tear down Western institutions rather than build or reform. Antifa, he writes, is “far too irrational and nihilistic to be Marxist.” Many progressives have formed alliances with multinational corporations to advance their goals. Groups like Antifa justify their violence with the absurd claim that mob violence in the short term will preserve democracy from a fascist resurgence."
I'm sure there are Antifa political philosophers, but Antifa in the US at the moment is no more and no less than a political tool wielded by George Soros.

  1. coined the terms 'paleocon' and 'alt-right';
  2. "Students learned that Gottfried’s mentor at Yale University was the left-wing icon Herbert Marcuse, one of the doyen’s of the Frankfurt School of cultural Marxists."
  3. "The Alt-Right’s Jewish Godfather" (Siegel);
  4. "Paul Gottfried: Don’t call me the ‘godfather’ of those alt-right neo-Nazis. I’m Jewish";
  5. "Meet the Jewish ‘Paleoconservative’ Who Coined The Term ‘Alternative Right" (Chernikoff).
One of the Khazar strategies is to take intellectual leadership control of all possible positions on the political ideological spectrum.

I wonder if lawsuits could be brought against the media by the victims of their constant and intentional lies, yelling 'fire' in a crowded theater:  "The Media's Chickens Come Home to Roost in Wisconsin" (Keener).  The fact that people no longer watch CNN or MSNBC doesn't seem to be enough to moderate their vile behavior.

"‘Bitter,’ ‘Angry,’ ‘Enraged’: Reality Winner Blasts the Intercept After 4 Years in Jail" (Stuart).  You'd think if Greenwald was as upset as he claims to be about this honey pot entrapping activity of The Intercept, he would have resigned then, rather than waiting for a convenient time to claim censorship so he could jump to the more lucrative Substack and Rumble:
The culprits massed against Ethiopia, revealed:  "Ethiopia: The West’s Diplomats Meet in Secret to Decide How to Help the TPLF" (Pearce) and  "There's an obvious next target for regime change by the West" (Klarenberg):
"The Biden administration is also wedded to a policy of countering Chinese influence in Africa, and Ethiopia is a participant in Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative, which has seen an extensive network of railways and highways and other infrastructure built across the country. 
China is also the largest importer of Ethiopian goods and services, accounting for 60% of foreign direct investment in the country, and between 2000 and 2018 lent $13.7 billion, compared to Washington’s $9.2 billion."
Impressive amounts of sanctioned oil being moved using older and iffy tankers (VLCCs are oil tankers):  "One in six VLCCs has carried Iranian or Venezuelan oil over the past two years" (Chambers).  

The many pressures that caused MbZ and Erdoğan, formerly mortal enemies - literally, as Erdoğan thinks MbZ was part of the plot to kill him, and MbZ is terrified of the Muslim Brotherhood - to meet in the Asshole Summit:  "A superbloom in Turkish-UAE ties" (Bhadrakumar).

"Who Wants Some Ukraine?" (Orlov) (read the whole thing):
"Turning down Western media noise, a Russian military effort to capture the Donbass, never mind the rest of the Ukraine, is exceedingly unlikely. Russia already has everything it wants. Unlike Crimea which in its 2014 referendum produced a 97% vote for integration of the region into the Russian Federation with an 83% voter turnout, in a similar referendum in the Donbass (held against Moscow’s wishes) only 27.5% of the 74.87% who turned out voted in favor of joining the Russian Federation. Based on this result, Moscow chose to soft-pedal the Donbass situation, providing humanitarian aid and diplomatic support, granting Russian citizenship to those who want it and gradually integrating the region socially and economically. In other Ukrainian regions, were similar referendums to be held there, the level of support for joining Russia would in all likelihood have been even lower, and now, seven years later, would be lower still. From this, a conclusion can be drawn: other than Crimea (which was part of an independent Ukraine for just 23 years), none of the Ukraine was or is a candidate for inclusion within the Russian Federation. The Russians living there will receive some amount of Russian support and are, of course, welcome to move to Russia, but that is really it.

Having ruled out that which is exceedingly unlikely, let us turn to that which is quite likely; and that is a provocation in the Donbass staged by the authorities in Kiev and by their State Department, Pentagon and CIA handlers, designed to deflect the blame from the truly disastrous economic situation that is unfolding there in the hopes of being able to maintain political control of the situation. In blundering into the Ukraine and converting it into a sort of anti-Russian bulwark, the US gained a brazenly corrupt and unruly dependency. Unable to stop its inexorable slide into failed-statedom and political and social disintegration, the US is faced with the prospect of another Afghanistan-style rout, with desperate left-behinds running after US transport planes hastily taking off from Kiev’s Borispol Airport, after which point even the mental laggards who run the European Union will be forced to admit that American security guarantees are an utter joke and will start getting ready to walk into the Kremlin on their knees to kiss the gem-encrusted felt slipper.

Given this unwelcome scenario, the US is quite eager to control the optics and to make it look like it is all Russia’s fault. Since merely jumping up and down and screaming “The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!” is no longer doing the trick, they are looking for something—anything!—that will make the Russians show up and put up even a tiny bit of a fight so that CNN and MSNBC can broadcast staged photos of a bloodied baby blanket and US Congress can then harrumph-harrumph about “Russian aggression” and impose sanctions on Russian baby blanket manufacturers. That “anything” is called a provocation, and what better place to stage it than the Donbass, which is an existing bleeding sore they’ve been picking away at for seven years now. Of course, they will do this in great trepidation of an escalation they would be unable to control, hence the hasty “deconfliction” conference with General Gerasimov: “Look, we go pew-pew, then you go pew-pew, then we declare hostilities over and toast each other with vodka and caviar; OK?”"
What the Americans have set up, though they are not ready to use it yet, is a hair-trigger way to start a big conflict simply by having Ukraine try to roll into eastern Ukraine.

"Dark money network pushes pro-UAE/Saudi policies from New York" (Clifton/Hussain).  Lieberman and Bolton should probably be a hint.

"Wall Street’s Diabolical Plan to Financialize All Nature" (Engdahl):
"The term financialize refers to the act of converting intangible value into financial instruments. Now hiding behind the fake facade of the Green Agenda that the UN and Davos WEF are promoting along with major OECD governments, Wall Street and the world’s largest financial institutions are promoting a scheme to financialize virtually all of nature. They even hired McKinsey and others to put a dollar value on it. They claim it all is worth 4 Quadrillion dollars or 4000 trillion dollars. Yet how can we put a dollar price on something given by nature?

The NYSE project to create a new class of stocks—NACs or Natural Asset Companies, to be traded alongside stocks like Apple or Boeing or Chevron—was developed in a collaboration by the Rockefeller Foundation and something they founded known as the IEG group or Intrinsic Exchange Group.

What is the IEG? To quote from their website, IEG was created by the Rockefeller Foundation together with World Bank affiliate IDB of Latin America. Two years ago IEG began work on the NYSE project. Their “Strategic Advisor”, Robert Herz, was Chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) from 2002 to 2010. That says volumes about the thinking behind the IEG project. Herz today sits on the boards of many corporations including Morgan Stanley bank and US Government-sponsored real estate enterprise, Fannie Mae
As they state on their website, IEG has created “a new asset class based on nature and the benefits that nature provides (termed ecosystem services). These services include carbon capture, soil fertility and water purification, amongst others.” They plan to bring this about by creation of the NYSE-recognized “new form of corporation called a ‘Natural Asset Company’ (NAC). The NYSE agreement will serve as their “platform to list these companies for trading, enabling the conversion of natural assets into financial capital. The NAC’s equity captures the intrinsic and productive value of nature and provides a store of value based on the vital assets that underpin our entire economy and make life on earth possible.” They further state, “IEG is proposing a transformational solution whereby natural ecosystems are not simply a cost to manage, but rather, an investible productive asset which provides financial capital and a source of wealth for governments and its citizens.” Note the “source of wealth for governments and it’s citizens.”"
"The Terror Of Electronic Money" (Welsh). Reading the Bitcoin scammers extol the coming paradise fueled by digital cash is like reading Wired in the 90s telling us life is going to be perfect in the digital age.

From the satirical Twitter:
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