June 22, 2015
D’abord en ce qu’on a essayé, par cette Constitution, de faire ratifier par le peuple son enfermement dans la seule option du libéralisme économique, quelles que puissent être les contre-performances, passées, actuelles ou ultérieures, de cette doctrine. La question n’était pas même de savoir si l’on était ou non favorable aux prescriptions libérales contenues dans la partie III, mais si l’on acceptait de voir constitutionnalisée une doctrine économique.
March 23, 2015
|For the privileged elite, they get to hide in underground hideouts in places like|
Denver International Airport in order to escape what is coming.
Unconfirmed but Very Disturbing Reports Regarding Recent American KIA’s
at the Hands of Russian Military Forces
Yesterday, I received a phone call from my media colleague and friend, Paul Martin, who is well known for the many quality insider sources that he has developed and maintained inside of the military, former military and military contractors. In the phone call, Paul stated that he had reports that four American Air Force planes had been shot down and there were Americans who were killed in action (KIA’s). The location(s) of the event were still unknown. One unconfirmed report is not something that I would act upon even when it comes from a trusted source. However, less that two hours later I received the following written press release from my friend and former broadcast colleague, ex-Green Beret, John Moore, as he stated the following in a press release late in the day on March 20, 2015:
March 21, 2015
In an interview for the German news magazine Zuerst! (April 2015) Dr Srdja Trifkovic considers the significance of Otto von Bismarck’s legacy, 200 years after his birth.
Dr. Trifkovic, how would Bismarck react if he could see today’s map of Europe?
Trifkovic: He would be initially shocked that the German eastern border now runs along the Oder and Neisse rivers. Otto von Bismarck was a true Prussian. In his view, cities such as Königsberg, Danzig or Breslau were more properly “German” than those in the Rhineland. His first impression therefore would be that Germany has “shifted” to the West, and that an important social and cultural aspect of his Germany has been lost. Once he’d overcome this initial shock, he would look at the map of Europe again in more detail. The considerable distance between Germany and Russia would probably amaze him. What in Bismarck’s time was the border between Germany and Russia is now a “Greater Poland” which did not exist at his time. And former provinces of the Russian Empire are now independent states: the three Baltic republics, Belarus and Ukraine. Bismarck would probably see this as an unwelcome “buffer zone” between Germany and Russia. He had always placed a great emphasis on a strong German-Russian alliance and would no doubt wonder how all this could happen. He would probably consider how to bring back to life such a continental partnership today. That would be a diplomatic challenge worthy of him: how to forge an alliance between Berlin and Moscow without the agitated smaller states in-between throwing their spanners into the works.
What would he advise Angela Merkel?
Trifkovic: He would probably tell her that even if you cannot have a close alliance with Russia, at least you should seek a better balance, i.e. more equidistant relations with Washington on the one hand and Moscow on the other. The concept of the Three Emperors’ League of 1881 is hardly possible today, but there are other options.
Security and the war in Ukraine would focus Bismarck’s attention…
February 28, 2015
A Chronology of the UN - The Revolutionary Steps to Global Tyranny and the radical minds behind the New World Order
The Great Seal: Novus Ordo Seclorum (New Order of the Ages)
A Chronology of the UN
The Revolutionary Steps to Global Tyranny
and the radical minds behind the New World Order
The banners above the eagle wings states:
'E Pluribus Unum' ('One out of many') - the masonic vision of one controlled world & spirituality.
Please remember that our God Reigns -- no matter what happens
"Locksley Hall" by Alfred Lord Tennyson, 1842
For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see,
Saw the Vision of the world, and all the wonder that would be...
Till the war-drum throbb'd no longer, and the battle-flags were furl'd
In the Parliament of man, the Federation of the world.
There the common sense of most shall hold a fretful realm in awe,
And the kindly earth shall slumber, lapt in universal law.
The roots of the United Nations -- the most visible part of the new global management system -- might be compared to the many deep and spreading roots of a tenacious vine. Some of the roots are short and shallow. Others are long and deep, firmly imbedded in powerful social, political and financial institutions in Europe and North America, which -- for various reasons -- shared Lord Tennyson's vision of a "federation of the world."
The tangled roots of this vine spread beneath the surface of public life until 1945, when delegates from 50 countries met in San Francisco to sign the UN Charter. Communist spy, Alger Hiss, co-authored that founding charter and served as the first acting UN Secretary-General. This initial glimpse of the global agenda should have raised a big red flag. But our war-torn world was already blinded by the well-publicized vision of a peaceable planet "lapt in universal law." Who dared oppose such a noble purpose?
February 22, 2015
Munich Speech: Looking at Europe from Prague Which Recently Celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of Communism
This time, I came with a slightly different topic even though its substance is rather similar. Let me say a few words about Europe using two specific perspectives – looking at Europe and especially its current institutional form, the EU, from a relatively new EU member state, the Czech Republic (from “New Europe”, using Donald Rumsfeld´s infamous terminology), and looking at it from a country which recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of communism. I made many speeches about it all-over Europe last autumn. I will not repeat my main arguments connected with this anniversary here now but I want to say very clearly that despite all my criticism of some of its aspects, the post-communist transition in my country (and in some other Central and East European countries as well) was a success. And it was done without any external help, without fiscal transfers from anywhere.
February 2, 2015
In large part, the American people have been conquered through the principle of groupthink. Throughout history, groupthink has played a prominent role in coercing the public of any nation into going to war for the benefit of the elite ruling class and their financial bottom line.
Groupthink is a term coined by social psychologist Irving Janis in 1972, and it occurs when a group makes faulty decisions because group pressures lead to a deterioration of “mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgment”.
Groups affected by groupthink ignore alternatives and tend to take irrational actions that dehumanize other groups. A group is especially vulnerable to groupthink (e.g. Neocons and the Iraq War, radical Muslim elements within the government and the coming great American purge followed by WW III) when its members are similar in background, when the group is insulated from outside opinions, and when there are no clear rules for decision making.
It is the premise of this article that groupthink is being used to “nudge” Americans into accepting a new paradigm which is suicidal for the country’s continued existence.
The Meat and Potatoes of Groupthink
February 1, 2015
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A stunning new report circulating in the Kremlin today prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) states that President Putin has ordered an immediate deployment of at least 125 special forces operatives to Greece to “insure the protection of life at all costs” of that nations new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. [Photo 2nd left]
According to this report, Prime Minister Tsipras took office this past week after his Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) party won a “blowout” election victory sending shockwaves through the corridors of power in both the European Union and the
Upon taking office, this report continues, Prime Minister Tsipras further “shocked and stunned” both the EU and US by holding his first official government meeting with Ambassador of Russia to
Greece Andrey Maslov.
Compelling Prime Minister Tsipras to first meet with Ambassador Maslov, this report says, were fears that his life was in immediate danger from both the EU and US due to intelligence reports he’d received within hours of taking office provided to him by his own nations National Intelligence Service (EYP)
Though this MoFA report doesn’t say what the exact fears of Prime Minister Tsipras or the EYP, were, it does state that were of such a magnitude that Ambassador Maslov, acting on his own authority, ordered an immediate attachment of his own personal protection detail to that of the new Greek leader own security forces.
In addition to those special forces authorized by Ambassador Maslov to protect Prime Minister Tsipras, this report states, President Putin’s new order authorizes a further deployment to Greece of Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR RF) operatives and a contingent of specialists from the Psychological Security Department (PSD) of the Presidential Security Service (SBP).
Important to note, MoFA experts in this report say, is that the PSD is the intelligence branch of SBP that is responsible for analyzing information collected of the options about the lives risk of the President.
January 21, 2015
December 15, 2014
Is Obama ready for an about-face to recognize Assad? Will Syria provide the strike force against ISIS?
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report December 14, 2014, 7:46 PM (IDT)
Bashar Assad gets a new lease of life
If these expectations are borne out by the Obama administration, the Middle East would face another strategic upheaval: The US and Russia would be on the same side, a step toward mending the fences between them after the profound rupture over Ukraine, and the Washington-Tehran rapprochement would be expanded.
The Lebanese Hizballah and its leader, Hassan Nasrallah would be vindicated in the key role they played in buttressing President Assad in power.
The Lebanese Hizballah and its leader, Hassan Nasrallah would be vindicated in the key role they played in buttressing President Assad in power.
But for Saudi Arabia and Israel, an Obama turnaround on Assad would be a smack in the face.
November 29, 2014
November 5, 2014
One possible explanation for it could be the specific, in many respects unique perspective from which I look at the current world and at the topic of this conference, which I hope can be summarized and simplified as “Communication Problems between the East and the West”. This perspective of mine offers three potential comparative advantages:
- I spent all my life not very far from here, in Prague, which is located in the heart of Europe, in its geographical midpoint. People usually don´t know that Vienna is located east of Prague. And the proud “Viennese” (die echten Wiener) don´t like to hear this. In spite of the special position of the place where I was born and where I live, I have always been experiencing a lack of communication between Western and Eastern Europe and even more a lack of understanding of my part of Europe on the side of – in Donald Rumsfeld´s fallacious terminology – the “old” Europe. This contributed to my increased sensitivity in this respect and to my almost automatic inclination to be on the side of those who feel similarly misunderstood;
October 31, 2014
Via Club Orlov blog,
Most people in the English-speaking parts of the world missed Putin's speech at the Valdai conference in Sochi a few days ago, and, chances are, those of you who have heard of the speech didn't get a chance to read it, and missed its importance. Western media did their best to ignore it or to twist its meaning. Regardless of what you think or don't think of Putin (like the sun and the moon, he does not exist for you to cultivate an opinion) this is probably the most important political speech since Churchill's “Iron Curtain” speech of March 5, 1946.
In this speech, Putin abruptly changed the rules of the game. Previously, the game of international politics was played as follows: politicians made public pronouncements, for the sake of maintaining a pleasant fiction of national sovereignty, but they were strictly for show and had nothing to do with the substance of international politics; in the meantime, they engaged in secret back-room negotiations, in which the actual deals were hammered out. Previously, Putin tried to play this game, expecting only that Russia be treated as an equal. But these hopes have been dashed, and at this conference he declared the game to be over, explicitly violating Western taboo by speaking directly to the people over the heads of elite clans and political leaders.
The Russian blogger chipstone summarized the most salient points from Putin speech as follows:
October 28, 2014
The middle class has certainly changed. We've ranked a list of things the middle class can no longer really afford. We're not talking about lavish luxuries, like private jets and yachts. The items on this list are a bit more basic, and some of them are even necessities. The ranking of this list is based on affordability and necessity. Therefore, items that are necessity ranked higher, as did items that a larger percentage of people have trouble paying for.
A vacation is an extra expense that many middle-earners cannot afford without sacrificing something else. A Statista survey found that this year 54% of people gave up purchasing big ticket items like TVs or electronics so they can go on a vacation. Others made sacrifices like reducing or eliminating their trips to the movies (47%), reducing or eliminating trips out to restaurants (43%), or avoiding purchasing small ticket items like new clothing (43%).
October 18, 2014
by Tom DeWeese
September 23, 2014
September 23, 2014
Who are these None governmental Organizations (NGOs) shock troops and how do they operate? It’s a vast matrix composed of both the private NGO groups and representatives of the UN and representatives of a large number of US federal agencies – all working together behind the scenes, quietly making policy for the rest of us. And when I attempt to expose them, they vehemently deny there is any collusion – “pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.” Sorry, the truth is – this is how it works. No vote. No public input. Just the enforcement of an agenda through the willing participation of private groups and government officials who forgot their purpose was to represent, not dictate to us. The NGOs are the storm troopers necessary to make it all happen. The article below was first published in 2008, has been included in the American Policy Center’s “Stop Agenda 21 Action Kit,” and most currently the subject of one of APC’s Free monthly stop Agenda 21 instructional webinars – available in the webinar archives on the APC website, www.americanpolicy.org. Tom DeWeese
One rarely hears of it. Few elected officials raise an eyebrow. The media makes no mention of it. But power is slowly slipping away from our elected representatives. In much the same way Mao Tse tung had his Red Guards, so the UN has its NGOs. They may well be your masters of tomorrow, and you don’t even know who or what they are.
October 13, 2014
8 Sep 2014
The audience, for days on end, has been asking questions: where did the popular Donetsk People’s Republic TV program “Journal of the Militia”—publicly declared in Kiev a dangerous “informational weapon of terrorists”—vanish to; and why does its presenter no longer appear on TV? I have no doubts that esteemed viewers have noticed much more serious changes in the internal life of the DPR, and, perhaps, have already been able to connect these events…
It is unlikely to have been a secret to anybody that, as early as mid-August, events which could be qualified as a coup occurred in Novorossiya, which dramatically changed the political face of the Militia and of the Republic itself. The TV program “Journal of the Militia” was shut down shortly thereafter on the insistence of the new Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the DPR and newly appointed Commander-in-Chief, Aleksandr Zakharchenko. On his personal order the author of these lines was forbidden from appearing on TV or speaking publicly on the subject of what is happening at the front and in the internal life of Novorossiya.
The New Great Game Round-Up #70
Christoph Germann, Oct 12 2014
After nearly four years of negotiations, Euia und Kazakhstan finally agreed on a new enhanced Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) during this week’s visit to Brussels by Kazakh Pres Nazarbayev. The agreement, which is expected to be signed next year, “aims to boost cooperation in around 30 policy areas including trade and foreign and security policy.” Given that the PCA is a far weaker deal than the infamous Euian Association Agreement and that the Kazakh negotiators had been “very careful that the agreement respects their country’s commitments to the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Union,” the Kremlin won’t get worked up over the agreement. With the PCA negotiations concluded, Nazarbayev travelled to Minsk to attend summits of the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Eurasian Economic Community and, most importantly, the Eurasian Economic Union, which welcomed a new member:
Armenia Joins Eurasian Union
After months of delay, Armenia formally joined the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan on Friday, drawing praise from Putin. Pres Sarkisian signed a corresponding accession treaty with Putin, Pres Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan and Pres Lukashenko of Belarus at a summit of the Russian-led bloc held in Minsk. Speaking at the gathering, both Putin and Sarkisian expressed hope that the treaty will be ratified by the parliaments of the EEU’s three member states by the end of this year. The Armenian president said his country should be able to “start working from Jan 1” as a full-fledged member of an alliance which critics fear will restore Russian hegemony over much of the former Soviet Union.
October 7, 2014
All America and much of the world had already heard President Barrack Obama’s pledge to not send U.S. combat units back into Iraq where up to 160,000 U.S. troops were engaged in combat during the Iraq War of 2003-2011. But to be sure we got the message, he said it again in his September 10 address to the nation on how he plans to deal with the jihadists known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. While announcing the dispatch of an additional 475 U.S. military personnel to Iraq — bringing the total to about 1,600, the president emphasized his pledge.
“As I have said before, these American forces will not have a combat mission — we will not get dragged into another ground war in Iraq,” he said. “But they are needed to support Iraqi and Kurdish forces with training, intelligence and equipment.”
But during the debate that followed over whether the effort to, in the president’s words, “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State can succeed without U.S. ground forces, what went largely overlooked was Obama’s plan to commit American “boots on the ground” elsewhere. American troops will soon be in Estonia. And Latvia. And Lithuania. In a speech that received considerably less attention, Obama, in the Estonian capital Tallinn on September 3, spoke of plans for a new NATO readiness force to facilitate potential military interventions in the Baltic nations.