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As the Jabs Cause Neurological Damage, We Spot Zombies At Food Stores, But Now They Attempt To Blame It All on Weed

stock here: what utter bullshit. Although not a “weed user” I know it has many benefits, aka FULL spectrum CBD, and limited risks unless way overused.

But now (1) ONE, I mean one, “researcher” literally “suggests” that 25% of new schizophrenia in young men is due to Weed. And then in total bullshit red herring fashion, throws out that prior to this, it was accepted to cause 5 to 10 percent of schizophreenia.

Next thing you know psilicybin mushrooms, which are awesome for treatment of depression, will shortly be suggested to cause all the mass murders!

Anything that is potentially good for you is being demonized. Remember when FDA and CDC as they murdered tens of thousands, and maybe 100 times more, recommended against aspirin to reduce blood pressure and for general good flow of blood. Right in the heart of the Vax campaign.

https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/cannabis-may-now-cause-one-in-four

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What do all these Top Federal Appointees and Abassadors Have In Common? 41 of 41 Are Jewish

stock here:

We need to call out one of the huge problems which are key players in the collapsing of the US Economy, Society.

What do all these people have in common?

If you want to know who is pulling the strings, just ask yourself who am I not allowed to criticize?

21Genine Macks Fidler National Council on the Humanities
33Dan ShapiroAdviser on Iran
37Jonathan KanterAssistant Attorney General in the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division
5Merrick GarlandAttorney General
15Jessica RosenworcelChair of the Federal Communications Commission
1Ron KlainChief of Staff
12David CohenCIA Deputy Director 
11David KesslerCo-chair of the COVID-19 Advisory Board and Head of Operation Warp Speed
14Jennifer KleinCo-chair Council on Gender Policy
32Sharon KleinbaumCommissioner of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
6Jared BernsteinCouncil of Economic Advisers
10Jeffrey ZientsCOVID-19 Response Coordinator
16Stephanie PollackDeputy Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration
39Aaron KeyakDeputy Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism
13Rachel LevineDeputy Health Secretary
9Anne NeubergerDeputy National Security Adviser for Cybersecurity
8Wendy ShermanDeputy Secretary of State
17Polly TrottenbergDeputy Secretary of Transportation
22Chanan WeissmanDirector for Technology and Democracy at National Security Council
7Rochelle WalenskyDirector of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
41Steven DettelbachDirector of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives  [to be confirmed]
19Roberta JacobsonNational Security Council “border czar”
3Alejandro MayorkasSecretary of Homeland Security
4Tony BlinkenSecretary of State
2Janet YellinSecretary of Treasury
20Gary GenslerSecurities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman*
40Stuart EizenstatSpecial Adviser on Holocaust Issues
28Deborah LipstadtSpecial Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism
18Mira ResnickState Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regional Security
30Marc StanleyU.S. Ambassador to Argentina
35Michael AdlerU.S. Ambassador to Belgium
26David CohenU.S. Ambassador to Canada
34Alan LeventhalU.S. Ambassador to Denmark
25Amy GutmannU.S. Ambassador to Germany
24Eric GarcettiU.S. Ambassador to India [to be confirmed]
23Thomas NidesU.S. Ambassador to Israel
31Rahm EmanuelU.S. Ambassador to Japan
29Jonathan KaplanU.S. Ambassador to Singapore
27Mark GitensteinU.S. Ambassador to the European Union
36Michèle TaylorU.S. Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council
38Jed KolkoUnder Secretary of Commerce for Economic Affairs at the Department of Commerce
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Jesuit Peter Strzok Not Just Walks Free — After Actively Trying to Frame Trump, He Is Now Mouthing Off Freely

stock here: I did a bunch of work on Strzok, his father a Jesuit promoter, also working extensively in Africa and I confirmed his fathers presence at African University at same time as Barack Obama.

You know the system is broken, when he was ONLY fired.

Look at the picture he chooses for himself, extreme arrogance, reminds me of OJ gloating about murdering his wife and knowing he would get off.

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Putin Speech St Petersburg

I got this for Kanekoa the Great on a substack subcription. It gave me the offer to retweet on my Twitter, which was immediately rejected by Twitter as being an unsafe site.

That tells you all you need to know, you need to find and following Kanekoa the Great.

Transcript of the speech.


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Vladimir Putin’s St. Petersburg Speech | June 17, 2022

The speech covered sanctions, inflation, war, currency, populism, fertilizer, grain, and the changing world order.

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Putin’s speech was delivered at the 25th annual St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on June 17, 2022.

Audio file of the transcript so you can listen to it here, or download and take it with you → Putin Speech at SPIEF

President of Russia Vladimir Putin: 

“I welcome all participants and guests of the 25th St Petersburg International Economic Forum.

It is taking place at a difficult time for the international community when the economy, markets and the very principles of the global economic system have taken a blow. Many trade, industrial and logistics chains, which were dislocated by the pandemic, have been subjected to new tests. Moreover, such fundamental business notions as business reputation, the inviolability of property and trust in global currencies have been seriously damaged. Regrettably, they have been undermined by our Western partners, who have done this deliberately, for the sake of their ambitions and in order to preserve obsolete geopolitical illusions.

Today, our – when I say “our,” I mean the Russian leadership – our own view of the global economic situation. I would like to speak in greater depth about the actions Russia is taking in these conditions and how it plans to develop in these dynamically changing circumstances.

When I spoke at the Davos Forum a year and a half ago, I also stressed that the era of a unipolar world order has come to an end. I want to start with this, as there is no way around it. This era has ended despite all the attempts to maintain and preserve it at all costs. Change is a natural process of history, as it is difficult to reconcile the diversity of civilizations and the richness of cultures on the planet with political, economic or other stereotypes – these do not work here, they are imposed by one centre in a rough and no-compromise manner.

The flaw is in the concept itself, as the concept says there is one, albeit strong, power with a limited circle of close allies, or, as they say, countries with granted access, and all business practices and international relations, when it is convenient, are interpreted solely in the interests of this power. They essentially work in one direction in a zero-sum game. A world built on a doctrine of this kind is definitely unstable.

After declaring victory in the Cold War, the United States proclaimed itself to be God’s messenger on Earth, without any obligations and only interests which were declared sacred. They seem to ignore the fact that in the past decades, new powerful and increasingly assertive centres have been formed. Each of them develops its own political system and public institutions according to its own model of economic growth and, naturally, has the right to protect them and to secure national sovereignty.

These are objective processes and genuinely revolutionary tectonic shifts in geopolitics, the global economy and technology, in the entire system of international relations, where the role of dynamic and potentially strong countries and regions is substantially growing. It is no longer possible to ignore their interests.

To reiterate, these changes are fundamental, groundbreaking and rigorous. It would be a mistake to assume that at a time of turbulent change, one can simply sit it out or wait it out until everything gets back on track and becomes what it was before. It will not.

However, the ruling elite of some Western states seem to be harboring this kind of illusions. They refuse to notice obvious things, stubbornly clinging to the shadows of the past. For example, they seem to believe that the dominance of the West in global politics and the economy is an unchanging, eternal value. Nothing lasts forever.

Our colleagues are not just denying reality. More than that; they are trying to reverse the course of history. They seem to think in terms of the past century. They are still influenced by their own misconceptions about countries outside the so-called “golden billion”: they consider everything a backwater, or their backyard. They still treat them like colonies, and the people living there, like second-class people, because they consider themselves exceptional. If they are exceptional, that means everyone else is second rate.

Thereby, the irrepressible urge to punish, to economically crush anyone who does not fit with the mainstream, does not want to blindly obey. Moreover, they crudely and shamelessly impose their ethics, their views on culture and ideas about history, sometimes questioning the sovereignty and integrity of states, and threatening their very existence. Suffice it to recall what happened in Yugoslavia, Syria, Libya and Iraq.

If some “rebel” state cannot be suppressed or pacified, they try to isolate that state, or “cancel” it, to use their modern term. Everything goes, even sports, the Olympics, bans on culture and art masterpieces just because their creators come from the “wrong” country.

This is the nature of the current round of Russophobia in the West, and the insane sanctions against Russia. They are crazy and, I would say, thoughtless. They are unprecedented in the number of them or the pace the West churns them out at.

The idea was clear as day – they expected to suddenly and violently crush the Russian economy, to hit Russia’s industry, finance, and people’s living standards by destroying business chains, forcibly recalling Western companies from the Russian market, and freezing Russian assets.

This did not work. Obviously, it did not work out; it did not happen. Russian entrepreneurs and authorities have acted in a collected and professional manner, and Russians have shown solidarity and responsibility.

Step by step, we will normalise the economic situation. We have stabilised the financial markets, the banking system and the trade network. Now we are busy saturating the economy with liquidity and working capital to maintain the stable operation of enterprises and companies, employment and jobs.

The dire forecasts for the prospects of the Russian economy, which were made in early spring, have not materialised. It is clear why this propaganda campaign was fuelled and all the predictions of the dollar at 200 rubles and the collapse of our economy were made. This was and remains an instrument in an information struggle and a factor of psychological influence on Russian society and domestic business circles.

Incidentally, some of our analysts gave in to this external pressure and based their forecasts on the inevitable collapse of the Russian economy and a critical weakening of the national currency – the ruble.

Real life has belied these predictions. However, I would like to emphasize that to continue being successful, we must be explicitly honest and realistic in assessing the situation, be independent in reaching conclusions, and of course, have a can-do spirit, which is very important. We are strong people and can deal with any challenge. Like our predecessors, we can resolve any task. The entire thousand-year history of our country bears this out.

Within just three months of the massive package of sanctions, we have suppressed inflation rate spikes. As you know, after peaking at 17.8 percent, inflation now stands at 16.7 percent and continues dropping. This economic dynamic is being stabilized, and state finances are now sustainable. I will compare this to other regions further on. Yes, even this figure is too much for us – 16.7 percent is high inflation. We must and will work on this and, I am sure, we will achieve a positive result.

After the first five months of this year, the federal budget has a surplus of 1.5 trillion rubles and the consolidated budget – a surplus of 3.3 trillion rubles. In May alone, the federal budget surplus reached almost half a trillion rubles, surpassing the figure for May 2021 more than four times over.

Today, our job us to create conditions for building up production and increasing supply in the domestic market, as well as restoring demand and bank financing in the economy commensurately with the growth in supply.

I mentioned that we have taken measures to reestablish the floating assets of companies. In most sectors, businesses have received the right to suspend insurance premiums for the second quarter of the year. Industrial companies have even more opportunities – they will be able to delay them through the third quarter as well. In effect, this is like getting an interest-free loan from the state.

In the future, companies will not have to pay delayed insurance premiums in a single payment. They will be able to pay them in equal installments over 12 months, starting in June next year.

Next. As of May the subsidized mortgage rate has been reduced. It is now 9 percent, while the program has been extended till the end of the year. As I have mentioned, the program is aimed at helping Russians improve their housing situation, while supporting the home building industry and related industries that employ millions of people.

Following a spike this spring, interest rates have been gradually coming down, as the Central Bank lowers the key rate. I believe that that this allows the subsidised mortgage rate to be further cut to 7 percent.

What is important here? The programme will last until the end of the year without change. It means that our fellow Russians seeking to improve their living conditions should take advantage of the subsidy before the end of the year.

The lending cap will not change either, at 12 million roubles for Moscow and St Petersburg and 6 million for the rest of Russia.

I should add that we must make long-term loans for businesses more accessible. The focus must shift from budget subsidies for businesses to bank lending as a means to spur business activity.

We need to support this. We will allocate 120 billion rubles from the National Wealth Fund to build up the capacity of the VEB Project Financing Factory. This will provide for additional lending to much-needed initiatives and projects worth around half a trillion roubles.

Colleagues,

Once again, the economic blitzkrieg against Russia was doomed to fail from the beginning. Sanctions as a weapon have proved in recent years to be a double-edged sword damaging their advocates and architects just as much, if not more.

I am not talking about the repercussions we see clearly today. We know that European leaders informally, so to say, furtively, discuss the very concerning possibility of sanctions being levelled not at Russia, but at any undesirable nation, and ultimately anyone including the EU and European companies.

So far this is not the case, but European politicians have already dealt their economies a serious blow all by themselves. We see social and economic problems worsening in Europe, and in the US as well, food, electricity and fuel prices rising, with quality of life in Europe falling and companies losing their market edge.

According to experts, the EU’s direct, calculable losses from the sanctions fever could exceed $400 billion this year. This is the price of the decisions that are far removed from reality and contradict common sense.

These outlays fall directly on the shoulders of people and companies in the EU. The inflation rate in some Eurozone countries has exceeded 20 percent. I mentioned inflation in Russia, but the Eurozone countries are not conducting special military operations, yet the inflation rate in some of them has reached 20 percent. Inflation in the United States is also unacceptable, the highest in the past 40 years.

Of course, inflation in Russia is also in the double digits so far. However, we have adjusted social benefits and pensions to inflation, and increased the minimum and subsistence wages, thereby protecting the most vulnerable groups of the population. At the same time, high interest rates have helped people keep their savings in the Russian banking system.

Businesspeople know, of course, that a high key rate clearly slows economic development. But it is a boon for the people in most cases. They have reinvested a substantial amount of money in banks due to higher interest rates.

This is our main difference from the EU countries, where rising inflation is directly reducing the real incomes of the people and eating up their savings, and the current manifestations of the crisis are affecting, above all, low-income groups.

The growing outlays of European companies and the loss of the Russian market will have lasting negative effects. The obvious result of this will be the loss of global competitiveness and a system-wide decline in the European economies’ pace of growth for years to come.

Taken together, this will aggravate the deep-seated problems of European societies. Yes, we have many problems as well, yet I have to speak about Europe now because they are pointing the finger at us although they have enough of their own problems. I mentioned this at Davos. A direct result of the European politicians’ actions and events this year will be the further growth of inequality in these countries, which will, in turn, split their societies still more, and the point at issue is not only the well-being but also the value orientation of various groups in these societies.

Indeed, these differences are being suppressed and swept under the rug. Frankly, the democratic procedures and elections in Europe and the forces that come to power look like a front, because almost identical political parties come and go, while deep down things remain the same. The real interests of people and national businesses are being pushed further and further to the periphery.

Such a disconnect from reality and the demands of society will inevitably lead to a surge in populism and extremist and radical movements, major socioeconomic changes, degradation and a change of elites in the short term. As you can see, traditional parties lose all the time. New entities are coming to the surface, but they have little chance for survival if they are not much different from the existing ones.

The attempts to keep up appearances and the talk about allegedly acceptable costs in the name of pseudo-unity cannot hide the main thing: the European Union has lost its political sovereignty, and its bureaucratic elites are dancing to someone else’s tune, doing everything they are told from on high and hurting their own people, economies, and businesses.

There are other critically important matters here. The worsening of the global economic situation is not a recent development. I will now go over things that I believe are extremely important. What is happening now does not stem from what happened during recent months, of course not. Moreover, it is not the result of the special military operation carried out by Russia in Donbass. Saying so is an unconcealed, deliberate distortion of the facts.

Surging inflation in product and commodity markets had become a fact of life long before the events of this year. The world has been driven into this situation, little by little, by many years of irresponsible macroeconomic policies pursued by the G7 countries, including uncontrolled emission and accumulation of unsecured debt. These processes intensified with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, when supply and demand for goods and services drastically fell on a global scale.

This begs the question: what does our military operation in Donbass have to do with this? Nothing whatsoever.

Because they could not or would not devise any other recipes, the governments of the leading Western economies simply accelerated their money-printing machines. Such a simple way to make up for unprecedented budget deficits.

I have already cited this figure: over the past two years, the money supply in the United States has grown by more than 38 percent. Previously, a similar rise took decades, but now it grew by 38 percent or 5.9 trillion dollars in two years. By comparison, only a few countries have a bigger gross domestic product.

The EU’s money supply has also increased dramatically over this period. It grew by about 20 percent, or 2.5 trillion euros.

Lately, I have been hearing more and more about the so-called – please excuse me, I really would not like to do this here, even mention my own name in this regard, but I cannot help it – we all hear about the so-called ‘Putin inflation’ in the West. When I see this, I wonder who they expect would buy this nonsense – people who cannot read or write, maybe. Anyone literate enough to read would understand what is actually happening.

Russia, our actions to liberate Donbass have absolutely nothing to do with this. The rising prices, accelerating inflation, shortages of food and fuel, petrol, and problems in the energy sector are the result of system-wide errors the current US administration and European bureaucracy have made in their economic policies. That is where the reasons are, and only there.

I will mention our operation, too: yes, it could have contributed to the trend, but the root cause is precisely this – their erroneous economic policies. In fact, the operation we launched in Donbass is a lifeline they are grabbing at to be able to blame their own miscalculations on others, in this case, on Russia. But everyone who has at least completed primary school would understand the true reasons for today’s situation.

So, they printed more money, and then what? Where did all that money go? It was obviously used to pay for goods and services outside Western countries – this is where the newly-printed money flowed. They literally began to clean out, to wipe out global markets. Naturally, no one thought about the interests of other states, including the poorest ones. They were left with scraps, as they say, and even that at exorbitant prices.

While at the end of 2019, imports of goods to the United States amounted to about 250 billion dollars a month, by now, it has grown to 350 billion. It is noteworthy that the growth was 40 percent – exactly in proportion to the unsecured money supply printed in recent years. They printed and distributed money, and used it to wipe out goods from third countries’ markets.

This is what I would like to add. For a long time, the United States was a big food supplier in the world market. It was proud, and with good reason, of its achievements, its agriculture and farming traditions. By the way, this is an example for many of us, too. But today, America’s role has changed drastically. It has turned from a net exporter of food into a net importer. Loosely speaking, it is printing money and pulling commodity flows its way, buying food products all over the world.

The European Union is building up imports even faster. Obviously, such a sharp increase in demand that is not covered by the supply of goods has triggered a wave of shortages and global inflation. This is where this global inflation originates. In the past couple of years, practically everything – raw materials, consumer goods and particularly food products – has become more expensive all over the world.

Yes, of course, these countries, including the United States continue importing goods, but the balance between exports and imports has been reversed. I believe imports exceed exports by some 17 billion. This is the whole problem.

According to the UN, in February 2022, the food price index was 50 percent higher than in May 2020, while the composite raw materials index has doubled over this period.

Under the cloud of inflation, many developing nations are asking a good question: why exchange goods for dollars and euros that are losing value right before our eyes? The conclusion suggests itself: the economy of mythical entities is inevitably being replaced by the economy of real values and assets.

According to the IMF, global currency reserves are at $7.1 trillion and 2.5 trillion euros now. These reserves are devalued at an annual rate of about 8 percent. Moreover, they can be confiscated or stolen any time if the United States dislikes something in the policy of the states involved. I think this has become a very real threat for many countries that keep their gold and foreign exchange reserves in these currencies.

According to analyst estimates, and this is an objective analysis, a conversion of global reserves will begin just because there is no room for them with such shortages. They will be converted from weakening currencies into real resources like food, energy commodities and other raw materials. Other countries will be doing this, of course. Obviously, this process will further fuel global dollar inflation.

As for Europe, their failed energy policy, blindly staking everything on renewables and spot supplies of natural gas, which have caused energy price increases since the third quarter of last year – again, long before the operation in Donbass – have also exacerbated price hikes. We have absolutely nothing to do with this. It was due to their own actions that prices have gone through the roof, and now they are once again looking for somebody to blame.

Not only did the West’s miscalculations affect the net cost of goods and services but they also resulted in decreased fertiliser production, mainly nitrogen fertilisers made from natural gas. Overall, global fertiliser prices have jumped by over 70 percent from mid-2021 through February 2022.

Unfortunately, there are currently no conditions that can overcome these pricing trends. On the contrary, aggravated by obstacles to the operation of Russian and Belarusian fertiliser producers and disrupted supply logistics, this situation is approaching a deadlock.

It is not difficult to foresee coming developments. A shortage of fertiliser means a lower harvest and a higher risk of an undersupplied global food market. Prices will go even higher, which could lead to hunger in the poorest countries. And it will be fully on the conscience of the US administration and the European bureaucracy.

I want to emphasise once again: this problem did not arise today or in the past three or four months. And certainly, it is not Russia’s fault as some demagogues try to declare, shifting the responsibility for the current state of affairs in the world economy to our country.

Maybe it would even be nice to hear that we are so powerful and omnipotent that we can blow up inflation in the West, in the United States and Europe, or that we can do things to throw everything into disorder. Maybe it would be nice to feel this power, if only there were truth in it. This situation has been brewing for years, spurred by the short-sighted actions of those who are used to solving their problems at somebody else’s expense and who have relied and still rely on the mechanism of financial emission to outbid and draw trade flows, thus escalating deficits and provoking humanitarian disasters in certain regions of the world. I will add that this is essentially the same predatory colonial policy as in the past, but of course in a new iteration, a more subtle and sophisticated edition. You might not even recognise it at first.

The current priority of the international community is to increase food deliveries to the global market, notably, to satisfy the requirements of the countries that need food most of all.

While ensuring its domestic food security and supplying the domestic market, Russia is also able to scale up its food and fertiliser exports. For example, our grain exports in the next season can be increased to 50 million tonnes.

As a priority, we will supply the countries that need food most of all, where the number of starving people could increase, first of all, African countries and the Middle East.

At the same time, there will be problems there, and not through our fault either. Yes, on paper Russian grain, food and fertilisers… Incidentally, the Americans have adopted sanctions on our fertilisers, and the Europeans followed suit. Later, the Americans lifted them because they saw what this could lead to. But the Europeans have not backed off. Their bureaucracy is as slow as a flour mill in the 18th century. In other words, everyone knows that they have done a stupid thing, but they find it difficult to retrace their steps for bureaucratic reasons.

As I have said, Russia is ready to contribute to balancing global markets of agricultural products, and we see that our UN colleagues, who are aware of the scale of the global food problem, are ready for dialogue. We could talk about creating normal logistical, financial and transport conditions for increasing Russian food and fertiliser exports.

As for Ukrainian food supplies to global markets – I have to mention this because of numerous speculations – we are not hindering them. They can do it. We did not mine the Black Sea ports of Ukraine. They can clear the mines and resume food exports. We will ensure the safe navigation of civilian vessels. No problem.

But what are we talking about? According to the US Department of Agriculture, the matter concerns 6 million tonnes of wheat (we estimate it at 5 million tonnes) and 7 million tonnes of maize. This is it, altogether. Since global production of wheat stands at 800 million tonnes, 5 million tonnes make little difference for the global market, as you can see.

Anyway, Ukrainian grain can be exported, and not only via Black Sea ports. Another route is via Belarus, which is, incidentally, the cheapest way. Or via Poland or Romania, whichever you prefer. In fact, there are five or six export routes.

The problem is not with us, the problem is with the adequacy of the people in control in Kiev. They can decide what to do, and, at least in this particular case, they should not take their lead from their foreign bosses, their masters across the ocean.

But there is also the risk that grain will be used as payment for arms deliveries. This would be regrettable.

Friends,

Once again, the world is going through an era of drastic change. International institutions are breaking down and faltering. Security guarantees are being devalued. The West has made a point of refusing to honour its earlier commitments. It has simply been impossible to reach any new agreements with them.

Given these circumstances and against the backdrop of mounting risks and threats, Russia was forced to go ahead with the special military operation. It was a difficult but necessary decision, and we were forced to make it.

This was the decision of a sovereign country, which has an unconditional right to uphold its security, which is based on the UN Charter. This decision was aimed at protecting our people and the residents of the people’s republics of Donbass who for eight long years were subjected to genocide by the Kiev regime and the neo-Nazis who enjoyed the full protection of the West.

The West not only sought to implement an “anti-Russia” scenario, but also engaged in the active military development of Ukrainian territory, flooding Ukraine with weapons and military advisers. And it continues to do so now. Frankly, no one is paying any attention to the economy or well-being of the people living there, they just do not care about it at all, but they have never spared money to create a NATO foothold in the east that is directed against Russia and to cultivate aggression, hatred and Russophobia.

Today, our soldiers and officers, as well as the Donbass militia, are fighting to protect their people. They are fighting for Russia’s future as a large, free and secure multiethnic country that makes its own decisions, determines its own future, relies on its history, culture and traditions, and rejects any and all outside attempts to impose pseudo-values steeped in dehumanisation and moral degradation.

No doubt, our special military operation goals will be fulfilled. The key to this is the courage and heroism of our soldiers, consolidated Russian society, whose support gives strength and confidence to the Russian Army and Navy and a deep understanding of the truth and historical justice of our cause which is to build and strengthen Russia as a strong sovereign power.

My point is that sovereignty cannot be segmented or fragmented in the 21st century. The components of sovereignty are equally important, and they reinvigorate and complement each other.

So, what matters to us is not only the defence of our political sovereignty and national identity, but also strengthening everything that determines our country’s economic, financial, professional and technological independence.

The very structure of Western sanctions rested on the false premise that economically Russia is not sovereign and is critically vulnerable. They got so carried away spreading the myth of Russia’s backwardness and its weak positions in the global economy and trade that apparently, they started believing it themselves.

While planning their economic blitzkrieg, they did not notice, simply ignored the real facts of how much our country had changed in the past few years.

These changes are the result of our planned efforts to create a sustainable macroeconomic structure, ensure food security, implement import substitution programmes and create our own payment system, to name a few.

Of course, sanction restrictions created many challenges for the country. Some companies continue having problems with spare parts. Our companies have lost access to many technological solutions. Logistics are in disarray.

But, on the other hand, all this opens up new opportunities for us – we often talk about this but it really is so. All this is an impetus to build an economy with full rather than partial technological, production, human and scientific potential and sovereignty.

Naturally, it is impossible to resolve such a comprehensive challenge instantly. It is necessary to continue working systematically with an eye to the future. This is exactly what Russia is doing by implementing its long-term plans for the development of branches of the economy and strengthening the social sphere. The current trials are merely resulting in adjustments and modifications of the plans without changing their strategic orientation.

Today, I would like to talk about the key principles on which our country, our economy will develop.

The first principle is openness. Genuinely sovereign states are always interested in equal partnership and in contributing to global development. On the contrary, weak and dependent countries are usually looking for enemies, fuelling xenophobia or losing the last remnants of their identity and independence, blindly following in the wake of their suzerain.

Russia will never follow the road of self-isolation and autarky although our so-called Western friends are literally dreaming about this. Moreover, we are expanding cooperation with all those who are interested in it, who want to work with us, and will continue to do so. There are many of them. I will not list them at this point. They make up the overwhelming majority of people on Earth. I will not list all these countries now. It is common knowledge.

I will say nothing new when I remind you that everyone who wants to continue working or is working with Russia is subjected to blatant pressure from the United States and Europe; it goes as far as direct threats. However, this kind of blackmail means little when it comes to countries headed by true leaders who know the difference between their own national interests, the interests of their people – and someone else’s.

Russia will build up economic cooperation with these states and promote joint projects. At the same time, we will certainly continue to cooperate with Western companies that have remained in the Russian market despite the unprecedented arm-twisting – such companies exist, too.

We believe the development of a convenient and independent payment infrastructure in national currencies is a solid and predictable basis for deepening international cooperation. To help companies from other countries develop logistical and cooperation ties, we are working to improve transport corridors, increase the capacity of railways, transshipment capacity at ports in the Arctic, and in the eastern, southern and other parts of the country, including in the Azov-Black Sea and Caspian basins – they will become the most important section of the North-South Corridor, which will provide stable connectivity with the Middle East and Southern Asia. We expect freight traffic along this route to begin growing steadily in the near future.

But foreign trade is not our only priority. Russia intends to increase scientific, technological, cultural, humanitarian and sports cooperation based on equality and mutual respect between partners. At the same time, our country will strive for responsible leadership in all these areas.

The second principle of our long-term development is a reliance on entrepreneurial freedom. Every private initiative aimed at benefiting Russia should receive maximum support and space for implementation.

The pandemic and the more recent events have confirmed how important flexibility and freedom are in the economy. Russian private businesses – in tough conditions, amid attempts to restrain our development by any means – have proved they can compete in global markets. Private businesses should also be credited for Russia’s adaptation to rapidly changing external conditions. Russia needs to ensure the dynamic development of the economy – naturally, relying on private business.

We will continue to reduce administrative hurdles. For example, in 2016–2018, we imposed a moratorium on routine audits of small businesses. Subsequently, it was extended through 2022. In 2020, this moratorium was extended to cover mid-sized companies. Also, the number of unscheduled audits decreased approximately fourfold.

We did not stop at that, and last March, we cancelled routine audits for all entrepreneurs, regardless of the size of their businesses, provided their activities do not put people or the environment at high risk. As a result, the number of routine audits has declined sixfold compared to last year.

Why am I giving so many details? The point is that after the moratorium on audits was imposed, the number of violations by entrepreneurs – this was the result – has not increased, but rather it has gone down. This testifies to the maturity and responsibility of Russian businesses. Of course, they should be offered motivation rather than being forced to observe regulations and requirements.

So, there is every reason to take another radical step forward, that is, to abandon, for good and on a permanent basis, the majority of audits for all Russian businesses, except on risky or potentially dangerous activities. Everyone has long since understood that there was no need to check on everyone without exception. A risk-oriented approach should be at work. I ask the Government to develop the specific parameters of such a reform in the next few months.

There is another very sensitive topic for business, which has also become important today for our national security and economic resilience. To reduce and bring to a minimum all sorts of abuse and loopholes to exert pressure on entrepreneurs, we are consistently removing loose regulations from criminal law that are applied to economic crimes.

Last March, a law was signed, under which tax-related criminal cases against entrepreneurs shall only be brought before a court by the tax service – there is no other way. Soon a draft law will be passed on reducing the statute of limitations for tax-related crimes and on rejecting lawsuits to initiate criminal proceedings after tax arrears have been paid off.

Working comprehensively, although prudently, we need to decriminalise a wide range of economic offenses, for instance, those that punish businesses without a licence or accreditation. This is a controversial practice today because our Western partners illegitimately refuse to provide such licenses.

Our own agencies must not single-handedly make our businesses criminally liable for actually doing nothing wrong. The problem is this, and small businesses understand it very well – if a licence has expired, and Western partners refuse to extend it, what are businesses to do, wrap up operations? By no means, let them work. State oversight should continue, but there should be no undue interference in business.

It also makes sense to think about raising the threshold of criminal liability for unpaid customs duties and other such taxes. Additionally, we have not for a long time reconsidered the parameters of the terms ‘large’ and ‘very large’ economic loss for the purposes of economic offences despite inflation accruing 50 percent since 2016. The law now fails to reflect the current realities and needs to be corrected.

We need to reconsider the conditions for detaining entrepreneurs and for extending preliminary investigations. It is no secret that these practices have long been used inappropriately.

Businesses have been forced to cease operations or go bankrupt even before the investigation is over. The reputation of the owners and of the brand name suffers as a result, not to mention the direct financial loss, loss of market share and jobs.

I want to ask law enforcement to put an end to these practices. I also ask the Government and the Supreme Court to draft appropriate legislation before October 1 of this year.

In addition, at the Security Council, a special instruction was given to look into criminal cases being opened without later proceeding to court. The number of such cases has grown in recent years. We know the reasons. A case is often opened without sufficient grounds or to put pressure on individuals. We will discuss this in autumn to take legislative action and change the way our law enforcement agencies work.

It goes without saying that regional governments play a major role in creating a modern business environment. As is customary during the St Petersburg Forum, I highlight the regions that have made significant progress in the National Investment Climate Rankings compiled by the Agency for Strategic Initiatives.

There have been changes in the top three. Moscow and Tatarstan have remained at the top and were joined by the Moscow Region which, in a span of one year, went from eighth place to the top three. The leaders of the rankings also include the Tula, Nizhny Novgorod, Tyumen, Novgorod, and Sakhalin regions, St Petersburg and Bashkortostan.

Separately, I would like to highlight the regions that have made the greatest strides such as the Kurgan Region, which moved up 36 spots; the Perm Territory and the Altai Territory, up 26 spots; Ingushetia, up 24 spots; and the Ivanovo Region which moved up 17 spots.

I want to thank and congratulate our colleagues in the regions for their good work.

The federal government and regional and municipal governments should focus on supporting individual business initiatives in small towns and remote rural communities. We are aware of such stories of success. That includes developing popular software and marketing locally produced organic food and environmentally friendly products nationwide using domestic websites.

It is important to create new opportunities, to introduce modern retail formats, including e-commerce platforms, as I mentioned above, and to cut the logistics, transportation and other costs, including by using upgraded Russian Post offices.

It is also important to help small business employees, self-employed individuals and start-up entrepreneurs acquire additional skills and competencies. Please include corresponding measures tailored specifically to small towns and rural and remote areas as a separate line in the national project for promoting small and medium-sized businesses.

Today I would like to address our officials, owners of large companies, our business leaders and executives.

Colleagues, friends,

Real, stable success and a sense of dignity and self-respect only come when you link your future and the future of your children with your Fatherland. We have maintained ties with many people for a long time, and I am aware of the sentiments of many of the heads and owners of our companies. You have told me many times that business is much more than just making a profit, and I fully agree. It is about changing life around you, contributing to the development of your home cities, regions and the country as a whole, which is extremely important for self-fulfilment. There is nothing like serving the people and society. This is the meaning of your life and work.

Recent events have reaffirmed what I have always said: it is much better at home. Those who refused to hear that clear message have lost hundreds of millions, if not billions of dollars in the West, in what looked like a safe haven for their assets.

I would like to once again say the following to our colleagues, those who are both in this audience and those who are not here: please, do not fall into the same trap again. Our country has huge potential, and there are more than enough tasks that need your contribution. Invest here, in the creation of new enterprises and jobs, in the development of the tourism infrastructure, support schools, universities, healthcare and the social sphere, culture and sport. I know that many of you are doing this. I know this, but I wanted to say it again.

This is how the Bakhrushin, Morozov, Shchukin, Ryabushinsky, Akchurin, Galeyev, Apanayev, Matsiyev, Mamontov, Tretyakov, Arsanov, Dadashev and Gadzhiyev families understood their noble mission. Many Russian, Tatar, Buryat, Chechen, Daghestani, Yakutian, Ossetian, Jewish, Armenian and other merchant and entrepreneurial families did not deprive their heirs of their due share, and at the same time they etched their names in the history of our country.

Incidentally, I would like to note once again that it remains to be seen what is more important for potential heirs: money and property or their forefathers’ good name and service to the country. The latter is something that cannot be squandered or, pardon my language, wasted on drink.

A good name is something that will always belong to your descendants, to future generations. It will always be part of their lives, going from one generation to another, helping them and making them stronger than the money or property they might inherit can make them.

Colleagues,

A responsible and well-balanced macroeconomic policy is the third guiding principle of our long-term development. In fact, this policy has largely enabled us to withstand the unprecedented pressure brought on by sanctions. Let me reiterate that this is an essential policy in the long term, not just for responding to the current challenges. We will not follow in the footsteps of our Western colleagues by replicating their bitter experience setting off an inflation spiral and disrupting their finances.

Our goal is to ensure robust economic growth for years to come, reducing the inflation burden on our people and businesses and achieving the mid- and long-term target inflation rate of four percent. Inflation was one of the first things I mentioned during my remarks, so let me tell you this: we remain committed to this target of a four-percent inflation rate.

I have already instructed the Government to draft proposals regarding the new budget guidelines. They must ensure that our budget policy is predictable and enables us to make the best use of the external economic conditions. Why do we need all this? To put economic growth on a more stable footing, while also delivering on our infrastructure and technological objectives, which provide a foundation for improving the wellbeing of our people.

True, some international reserve currencies have set themselves on a suicidal path lately, which is an obvious fact. In any case, they clearly have suicidal intentions. Of course, using them to ‘sterilise’ our money supply does not make any sense. Still, the principle of planning one’s spending based on how much you earn remains relevant. This is how it works, and we understand this.

Social justice is the fourth principle underpinning our development. There must be a powerful social dimension when it comes to promoting economic growth and business initiatives. This development model must reduce inequality instead of deepening it, unlike what is happening in other countries. To be honest, we have not been at the forefront when it comes to delivering on these objectives. We have yet to resolve many issues and problems in this regard.

Reducing poverty and inequality is all about creating demand for Russian-made products across the country, bridging the gap between regions in terms of their capabilities, and creating new jobs where they are needed the most. These are the core economic development drivers.

Let me emphasise that generating positive momentum in terms of household income growth and poverty reduction are the main performance indicators for government agencies and the state in general. We need to achieve tangible results in this sphere already this year, despite all the objective challenges we face. I have already assigned this task to the Government.

Again, we provide targeted support to the most vulnerable groups – pensioners, families with children, and people in difficult life situations.

Pensions are indexed annually at a rate higher than inflation. This year, they have been raised twice, including by another 10 percent on June 1.

The minimum wage was also increased by 10 percent at the same time, and so was the subsistence minimum – a reference figure used to calculate many social benefits and payments – accordingly, these benefits should also grow, increasing the incomes of about 15 million people.

In recent years, we have built a holistic system to support low-income families with children. Women are entitled to state support from the early stages of pregnancy and until the child reaches the age of 17.

People’s living standards and prosperity are the most important demographic factors; the current situation is quite challenging due to several negative demographic waves that have recently overlapped. In April, less than a hundred thousand children were born in Russia, almost 13 percent less than in April 2020.

I ask the Government to continue to keep the development of additional support measures for families with children under review. They must be far-reaching and commensurate with the magnitude of the extraordinary demographic challenge we are facing.

Russia’s future is ensured by families with two, three and more children. Therefore, we need to do more than provide direct financial support – we need to target and direct the healthcare system, education, and all areas that determine the quality of people’s lives towards the needs of families with children.

This problem is addressed, among other approaches, by the national social initiatives, which regional teams and the Agency for Strategic Initiatives are implementing together. This autumn, we will assess the results of their work, review and rank the Russian regions by quality of life in order to apply the best experiences and practices as widely as possible throughout the country.

Prioritising the development of infrastructure is the fifth principle underlying Russia’s economic policy.

We have scaled up direct budget spending on expanding transport corridors. An ambitious plan for building and repairing the federal and regional motorway core network will be launched next year. At least 85 percent of the roads are to be brought up to code within the next five years.

Infrastructure budget lending is a new tool that is being widely used. The loans are issued for 15 years at a 3 percent APR. As I mentioned before, they are much more popular than we originally thought. The regions have multiple well-thought-out and promising projects that should be launched at the earliest convenience. We will look into how we can use this support measure. We debated this issue last night. What I am saying is that it is a reliable tool.

Upgrading housing and utilities services is a separate matter with a backlog of issues. The industry is chronically underinvested to the tune of 4.5 trillion rubles. Over 40 percent of networks need to be replaced, which accounts for their low efficiency and big losses. About 3 percent of the networks become unusable every year, but no more than 2 percent get replaced, which makes the problem even worse every single year.

I propose consolidating resources and launching a comprehensive programme for upgrading housing and utilities, and synchronizing it with other infrastructure development and housing overhaul plans. The goal is to turn the situation around and to gradually reduce the number of dated networks, just like we are doing by relocating people from structurally unsafe buildings or fixing roads. We will discuss in detail housing and utilities and the construction complex with the governors at a State Council Presidium meeting next week.

On a separate note, I propose increasing resources to fund projects to create a comfortable urban environment in small towns and historical settlements. This programme is working well for us. I propose allocating another 10 billion rubles annually for these purposes in 2023–2024.

We will allocate additional funds for renovating urban areas in the Far Eastern Federal District. I want the Government to allocate dedicated funds to this end as part of the programmes for infrastructure budget lending and housing and utilities upgrading, as well as other development programmes.

Promoting comprehensive improvements and development for rural areas is a top priority for us. People who live there are feeding the country. We now see that they are also feeding a major part of the world, so they must live in comfort and dignity. In this connection, I am asking the Government to allocate additional funding for the corresponding programme. Export duties on agricultural produce can serve as a source of funding here. This is a permanent source of revenue. Of course, there can be fluctuations, but at least this ensures a constant flow of revenue.

On a separate note, I suggest that we expand the programmes for upgrading and modernising rural cultural centres, as well as regional theatres and museums by allocating six billion rubles for each of these projects in 2023 and 2024.

What I have just said about cultural institutions is something that people are really looking forward to, something they really care about. Let me give you a recent example: during the presentation of the Hero of Labour medals, one of the winners, Vladimir Mikhailov from Yakutia, asked me directly for help with building a cultural centre in his native village. This was during the part of the ceremony where we meet behind closed doors. We will definitely do this. The fact that people are raising this issue at all levels shows that they are really eager to see these projects implemented.

At this point, I would like to make a sidenote on a topic that is especially relevant now, since we are in early summer, when Russians usually take their summer vacations.

Every year, more and more tourists want to visit the most beautiful corners of our country: national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and nature reserves. According to available estimates, this year this tourist flow is expected to exceed 12 million people. It is essential that all government bodies, businesses and tourists are well aware of what they can and cannot do in these territories, where they can build tourism infrastructure, and where such activity is strictly prohibited because it endangers unique and fragile ecosystems.

The draft law governing tourism in special protected territories and regulating this activity in a civilised manner is already in the State Duma.

In this context, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that we must figure out in advance all the relevant estimates and ensure that the decisions are well-balanced. We need to be serious about this.

I would like to place special emphasis on the need to preserve Lake Baikal. In particular, there is a comprehensive development project for the city of Baikalsk, which must become a model of sustainable, eco-sensitive municipal governance.

This is not just about getting rid of the accumulated negative environmental impacts from the Baikalsk Pulp and Paper Mill, but about setting a higher standard of living for the city and transforming it into a signature destination for environmental tourism in Russia. We need to rely on the most cutting-edge technologies and clean energy when carrying out this project.

Overall, we will be developing clean technology to achieve the goals we set in the environmental modernisation of production facilities, and to reduce hazardous emissions, especially in large industrial centres. We will also continue working on closed-loop economy projects, green projects and climate preservation. I spoke about these issues in detail at this forum last year.

Consequently, the sixth cross-cutting development principle that consolidates our work is, in my opinion, achieving genuine technological sovereignty, creating an integral system of economic development that does not depend on foreign institutions when it comes to critically important components. We need to develop all areas of life on a qualitatively new technological level without being simply users of other countries’ solutions. We must have technological keys to developing next-generation goods and services.

In the past years, we have focused a lot of attention on import substitution, succeeding in a range of industries, including agriculture, pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, defence production and several others.

But I should stress that there is a lot of discussion in our society about import substitution. And it is not a cure-all nor a comprehensive solution. If we only imitate others when trying to replace foreign goods with copies, even if very high-quality ones, we may end up constantly playing catch-up while we should be one step ahead and create our own competitive technologies, goods and services that can become new global standards.

If you remember, Sergei Korolyov did not just copy or locally upgrade captured rocket technology. He focused on the future and proposed a unique plan to develop the R-7 rocket. He paved the path to space for humankind and in fact set a standard for the entire world, for decades ahead.

Proactively – this is how founders of many Soviet research programmes worked at the time. And today, building on that groundwork, our designers continue to make progress and show their worth. It is thanks to them that Russia has supersonic weapons that do not exist in any other country. Rosatom remains the leader in nuclear technology, developing our fleet of nuclear-powered icebreakers. Many Russian AI and Big Data solutions are the best in the world.

To reiterate, technological development is a cross-cutting area that will define the current decade and the entire 21st century. We will review in depth our approaches to building a groundbreaking technology-based economy – a techno economy – at the upcoming Strategic Development Council meeting. There is so much we can discuss. Most importantly, many managerial decisions must be made in the sphere of engineering education and transferring research to the real economy, and the provision of financial resources for fast-growing high-tech companies. We will also discuss the development of cross-cutting technologies and progress of digital transformation projects in individual industries.

To be clear, of course it is impossible to make every product out there, and there is no need for that. However, we need to possess critical technologies in order to be able to move swiftly should we need to start our own production of any product. This is what we did when we quickly started making coronavirus vaccines, and most recently launched the production of many other products and services.

For example, after dishonest KamAZ partners left the Russian market, their place was taken by domestic companies, which are supplying parts for traditional models and even advanced mainline, transport and heavy-duty vehicles.

The Mir card payment system has successfully replaced Visa and MasterCard on the domestic market. It is expanding its geography and gradually gaining international recognition.

The St Petersburg Tractor Plant is another case in point. Its former foreign partner stopped selling engines and providing warranty maintenance. Engine builders from Yaroslavl and Tutayev came to the rescue and started supplying their engines. As a result, the output of agricultural equipment at the St Petersburg Tractor Plant hit a record high in March-April. It did not decrease, but hit an all-time high.

I am sure there will be more positive practices and success stories.

To reiterate, Russia possesses the professional, scientific and technological potential to develop products that enjoy high demand, including household appliances and construction equipment, as well as industrial and service equipment.

Today’s task is to scale up the capacities and promptly get the necessary lines up and running. One of the key issues is comfortable work conditions for the businesses as well as the availability of prepared production sites.

I ask the Government to submit key parameters of the new operating guidelines for industrial clusters by the autumn. What is critical here?

First – financing. The projects launched in these clusters must have a long-term credit resource for up to ten years at an annual interest rate below seven percent in rubles. We have discussed all these issues with our economic agencies as well. Everyone agreed, so we will proceed.

Second – taxation. The clusters must have a low level of relatively permanent taxes including insurance contributions.

Third – supporting production at the early, kick-off stage, forming a package of orders including subsidising the purchases of ready products by such enterprises. This is not an easy issue but I think subsidies may be required. They are needed to ensure the market. We just have to work it out.

Fourth – simplified administration including minimal or no inspections as well as convenient customs monitoring that is not burdensome.

Fifth, and probably the most important – we need to set up mechanisms of guaranteed long-term demand for the new innovative products that are about to enter the market. I remind the Government that such preferential terms and respective industrial clusters must be launched as early as January 1, 2023.

On a related note, I want to say that both new and already operating points of industrial growth must attract small businesses and engage them in their orbit. It is crucial for entrepreneurs, for small entities to see the horizon and grasp their prospects.

Therefore, I ask the Government together with the SME Corporation [Federal Corporation for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises] and our biggest companies to launch an instrument for long-term contracts between companies with state participation and SMEs. This will ensure demand for the products of such enterprises for years ahead whereas suppliers can confidently undertake commitments to launch a new manufacturing facility or expand an existing one to meet that order.

Let me add that we have substantially shortened the timeframe for building industrial sites and eliminated all the unnecessary burdensome procedures. Still, there is much more we can do here. We have things to work on, and places to go from here. For example, building an industrial facility from the ground up takes anywhere from eighteen months to three years, while the persistently high interest rates make it harder to buy suitable land plots.

Given this, I suggest launching industrial mortgages as a new tool for empowering Russian businesses to quickly start making all the products we need. What I mean are preferential long-term loans at a five-percent interest rate. Companies planning to buy new manufacturing space will be entitled to these loans. I am asking the Government to work out all the details with the Russian banking sector so that the industrial mortgage programme becomes fully operational soon.

Friends,

Changes in the global economy, finances and international relations are unfolding at an ever-growing pace and scale. There is an increasingly pronounced trend in favour of a multipolar growth model in lieu of globalisation. Of course, building and shaping a new world order is no easy task. We will have to confront many challenges, risks, and factors that we can hardly predict or anticipate today.

Still, it is obvious that it is up to the strong sovereign states, those that do not follow a trajectory imposed by others, to set the rules governing the new world order. Only powerful and sovereign states can have their say in this emerging world order. Otherwise, they are doomed to become or remain colonies devoid of any rights.

We need to move forward and change in keeping with the times, while demonstrating our national will and resolve. Russia enters this nascent era as a powerful sovereign nation. We will definitely use the new immense opportunities that are opening up for us in this day and age in order to become even stronger.

Thank you for your attention.”

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zdb31 min agoIf only the US had a leader who could provide counterpoint to Putin’s speech – someone with clarity and intelligence to show where the US is, can and will do as well or better than Russia. Someone who shows us where Putin is inaccurate on international and/or domestic issues. If only.
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David GosselinWrites Age of Muses 58 min agoPutin’s speech is very sober, very clear, and has a far-reaching vision. On the other hand, the West has lost any sense of vision. And instead of a real vision, with real policies aimed at improving life for everyone, our Western elites have adopted a misanthropic and Malthusian depopulation agenda. This is the agenda that led to the destruction of our own industrial and manufacturing base, cutting-edge science programs (instead of ridiculous pseudo-scientific dogmas like “global warming”). Instead, they replaced this with an artificial “FIRE” economy based on finance, insurance, speculation, and services. This was all done intentionally. The Western financial oligarchy, composed of the Old European “blue bloods” and their junior Anglo-American allies thought that at the same time as they sought to destroy the foundations of our Western civilization and impose a new pagan-style post-industrial Gaia-worshipping death cult (modern environmentalism), that at the SAME TIME, they could fool and induce other civilizations to completely bend over and submit to their Malthusian New World Order that literally entails the elimination of 80% of the world’s population.This is how blind our Western elites became. And this is why other nations were able to route them in the way they have.As Putin said:“After declaring victory in the Cold War, the United States proclaimed itself to be God’s messenger on Earth, without any obligations and only interests which were declared sacred.”The proverb says “Pride cometh before the fall.” We see this demonstrated perfectly in the overt Satanic impulses of the Western financial oligarchy.They are the real enemy. Our Western civilization is still worth saving, despite how far we’ve fallen, but it’s definitely going to take a lot of humility, and people are going to have to start calling things by their name, and realizing that the real enemy is not some foreign threat, the enemy is within.We could still easily have a banking re-organization, cancel the vast sums of unpayable and toxic speculative debts, and go back to a future-orientated economy based on real long-term physical economic development (rather than fake finance and such). However, that means eschewing BOTH the garbage right-wing and left-wing economic dogmas that made the 50 year destruction of the Western world possible. Expand full comment
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Mining Awareness was early on the boat with anti-nuclear activism, but with a decidedly Liberal / Lefty view. But they have always been able to think. They turned off comments many moons ago.

Mining Awareness continues to show their slant, making it hard to get the realist big picture. China is one of the main Cabal players, but just one of them. Tulsi supports Syria (and those fake murdered babies, as real as Sandy Hook) and knows that Russia has been lured/forced into a war they didn’t want by threat of nuclear missiles 4 minutes from Moscow.

But that by itself does not support or indict Gabbard.

But have a look and form your own opinion and chime in on your thoughts.

MA writes “And, for that matter, why would Biden be involved? Why not address Putin, Zelensky and NATO?”

Sorry MA but that should be beyond obvious. Biden, as the leftist controlled puppet, is responsible for illegally sending $40B for starters to support ukraine, For each tax paying citizen, that is around $270 each. For each family of four, they have been stripped of $1,080 whilst pummeled with inflation (30% to 50%) and realted high energy cost. Especially the diesel, will make farming and trucking way more expensive so that every aspect of purchasing will be forced to raise prices. High diesel will “bake in the cake” the inflated prices (which will not come down even after energy costs do come down, LOL, shortly after the fake mid-terms).

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stock here. This is from a narrative about Russia already being USA Inc’s little bitch. I present it without judgement.

I will editorialize though, that the 2nd author recommends the use of Google Chrome to view a document. Google Chrome is the head of the beast, maybe a hydra. I really don’t want Chrome installed on my main computer, but one financial site I use is “optimized” for Google Chrome….LOL it is not optimzed….it only work on Chrome.

The development of nuclear powered hypersonic weapons goes against this theory. Years back I noticed strange radiation signature in Russia / Europe from reporting stations, then it became clear. Russia had developed an open air nuclear reactors who exhaust products powered hypersonic missiles that could deliver warheads, and they could fly on any path they want, not at all predictable like a ballistic missile. Not a big fan of open air nuclear reactors, the world has had more than our share already. But on the other hand….if you are planning to deliver some warheads and explode them, why not also release radiation as propulsion. The multiple cohorts that form “The Cabal” apparently think that they can poke the bear, and use their Big Tech / Social Engineering tools to guide whether or not Putin launches a few to land, or maybe just to fly circles around say, the three independent “countries” of DC, City of London, and the Vatican. But I think not…I don’t think he would provide so much operational intelligence by said fly-bys.


HT ACD:

I forward this mainly to those of you who do not already appreciate the facts listed.  To others among you, I hope you find the data worth forwarding on, too.  Let’s disabuse ourselves with the East -West dialectic, once and for all.

TWEEDLE DEE & TWEEDLE DUM writ globally.

Russia invading Ukraine helps Wall Street!!!!

Russia is USA-East…
(actually, Russia is a colony of the USA.)


The best and the shortest way to get good information on Russia today is to listen to a man who is not only inside the system, but has some informal relations to Putin. His name is Eugene Fedorov – a Deputy of the State Duma.

He is not welcome at the Russian political talk shows, and he rarely can be seen on Russian TV at all. But he does not hide his information and his views; everyone who wants to get them, can do so by visiting his site:


http://eafedorov.ru/ (use Google Chrome for English)


Here is a random sample of his assertions:–-Russia has been a US colony since 1991.Russia lost its sovereignty as a result of the defeat in the 40-year cold war with the United States of America. This is the most important secret in Russia, closed by censorship and propaganda in the media.–-The Russian Academy of Sciences is an element of Russia’s sovereignty. Let us call everything by their proper names: 1. Colonies are forbidden to have a fundamental science.2. The US is increasing the export of our scientists.–-The Constitution of the Russian Federation was written by the Americans. The US State Department officially admitted that the Constitution of the Russian Federation, as well as a number of key laws of our country, was written by American advisers in 1993.–-Who owns the ruble? The ruble is owned by the Central Bank of Russia, but the Government of the Russian Federation has absolutely no control over the Central Bank!–-Russia faces a national catastrophe. Russia is still “the largest shrapnel of the USSR”, which is yet to become an independent state.

http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2014/03/03/russia-popular-market-for-us-companies/ (Link gone years ago)

The food, automotive and technology sectors in Russia have several major American players, according to a 2012 report from the non-profit International Research & Exchanges Board and the U.S. Russia Foundation.

PepsiCo (PEP) became the first American company to do business in the Soviet Union in 1974. Over the 40 years since, the company has created more than 30,000 jobs and invested more than $3 billion.

Coca-Cola (KO) and privately held candy maker Mars Inc. also have a footprint in Russia’s food sector. In 1991, McDonald’s (MCD) opened the doors to its first restaurant in Russia.

General Motors (GM) and Ford (F) manufacture cars in Russia, while Caterpillar (CAT) has plants that build its heavy equipment. IBM (IBM) and Microsoft (MSFT) have a large presence in the country as well.

According to the company’s website, Mars entered the Russian market in 1991 and has since invested more than $1 billion. Mars built its second chocolate factory in Russia two years ago.

Procter & Gamble (PG) also launched its Russian unit in 1991, and the segment has grown to become one of the largest for the consumer goods giant.

The report said ExxonMobil (XOM) has invested the most in Russia over the years, despite the difficulties of doing business in the country. From 2000 through 2011, the largest U.S. energy company poured $10 billion into its Russian operations.

Boeing (BA), Chevron (CVX) and ConocoPhillips (COP) have also been heavy investors. Between 1992 and 2009, Boeing spent $5 billion in Russia.

Russian investors have increasingly looked to the U.S. as well, focusing primarily on the iron and steel industry, financial sector and telecommunications.

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Alexis Rodzianko, is the president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia.

There are over 500 member companies. Here are some:

Royal Bank of Scotland
Goldman Sachs
CitiBank
MasterCard
Boeing
Exxon-Mobil
Chevron
GE
GM
Halliburton
ADM
Apple
Google
3M
Nike
PepsiCo
Coca Cola
Nestle
Estee Lauder
Radisson
Pfizer
Met Life
AIG
And even…. PayPal

http://www.amcham.ru/eng/membership_list (password protected for over a year)

So, I have attached the FULL list copied from 2015.

The “war” in Ukraine may be real, if half faked now and then.  Its purpose is other than you think.  One ancillary aim is the further takedown of America.  USA (Incorporated) does not equate to America, never did.  The owners of USA, Inc., and of Russia are not at war with each other, though some friendly competition often ensues, I suspect.

American Chamber of Commerce in Russia Members List is now password protected.

     Membership List (2015)
     http://www.amcham.ru/eng/membership_list  
 
    • 3M
    • A.M.G. Group
    • A.T. Kearney
    • AB Services
    • Abbott Laboratories
    • AbbVie
    • ABD Architects
    • Accenture
    • Access Business Group International
    • Access Industries
    • Accountancy Tuition Centre (International)
    • ACSOUR
    • ADDFORCE
    • ADM Trading
    • Advocates Bureau Yug
    • AECOM
    • AIG
    • Air Charter Service
    • Air Products
    • Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
    • Alabuga, SEZ P&I type, JSC
    • Albemarle Chemicals, Representative Office
    • Alcatel-Lucent
    • Alcoa SMZ (ALCOA RUSSIA)
    • ALD Automotive
    • Alfa-Bank
    • Alinga Consulting Group
    • AllviCom
    • ALPE consulting
    • ALRUD LAW FIRM
    • Altai Advisors
    • American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS
    • American Express Russia & CIS
    • American Institute of Business and Economics
    • AmeRussia St. Petersburg, Russia
    • Amgen
    • AMMA Development
    • Amrustrans
    • Amsted Rail Company
    • Amway Russia
    • AN-Security Holding
    • ANCOR Holding
    • Anglo-American School of Moscow
    • Antal Russia
    • Apple
    • Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow
    • Ariston Thermo Rus
    • Armstrong World Industries
    • ARVAL, BNP Paribas Group
    • Association of International Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (AIPM)
    • AstraZeneca UK Limited, Representative Office in Moscow
    • Atlantic Ro-Ro
    • Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers
    • Auriga
    • Auto Partners
    • Autodesk
    • AVANPOST Smart Security Group
    • AVENTO
    • AVIELEN A.G. (Crowne Plaza St.Petersburg Airport)
    • AVIS Russia
    • Avon Beauty Products Company
    • Awara
    • AZIMUT Hotel Saint Petersburg
    • AZIMUT Hotels
    • Azimut Moscow Olympic Hotel
    • Azul Systems
    • Baker & McKenzie
    • Baker Botts L.L.P. (USA), Branch in Moscow, Russian Federation
    • Baker Hughes
    • Balashova Legal Consultants
    • BANK CREDIT SUISSE (MOSCOW) CJSC
    • Bank IBA-Moscow
    • Bank of Settlements
    • Baring Vostok Capital Partners
    • BELLERAGE
    • Belmond Grand Hotel Europe
    • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Russia
    • Black & Decker, Moscow Representative Office
    • Black & Veatch
    • Boeing Russia
    • Boiron
    • Boyden
    • BP Russia
    • BPC Banking Technologies
    • BPS International
    • Brigham Young University
    • Bristol-Myers Squibb
    • British American Tobacco-SPb (BAT-SPb) CJSC
    • Brown-Forman Russia
    • BRP Saint Petersburg
    • Brunel
    • BSH Bytowije Pribory
    • Bunge CIS
    • Business Craft Consult
    • Calsonic Kansei RUS
    • Cameron
    • Capital Equipment and Trading Corporation (CETCO)
    • Capital Legal Services, Moscow Office
    • Capital Legal Services, St. Petersburg Office
    • Capital-Energo
    • CARBO Ceramics (Eurasia)
    • Cargill
    • Caterpillar Eurasia
    • Caterpillar Tosno
    • CBRE
    • CBSD / Thunderbird Russia
    • Celgene Corporation
    • Center for Creative Leadership
    • Center for Entrepreneurship
    • Central properties
    • CH Toro International
    • Chadbourne & Parke
    • Check 6
    • Chemours Chemicals Rus
    • CHEP Rus
    • Chevron
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Europe East Representative Office
    • Cisco Systems
    • Citi Russia
    • Citibank, Saint-Petersburg Branch
    • Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
    • Clifford Chance CIS
    • Clovermed
    • Coca-Cola Hellenic in Russia
    • Coca-Cola System in Russia
    • Colgate-Palmolive
    • COMPLETE Company
    • Compressor Controls Corporation
    • Confederation of Danish Industry
    • Confidence Group
    • ConocoPhillips Russia
    • Continuous education
    • Cooper’s Management
    • CopyMax (Copy Center)
    • Corinthia Hotel St. Petersburg
    • CORNING SNG
    • Corporate Health
    • Covidien Eurasia
    • CQG
    • CRH
    • CSR FOR RUSSIA
    • Cummins Incorporated
    • Cushman & Wakefield
    • DataArt
    • DataSpace
    • DC BARS
    • Debevoise & Plimpton
    • Dechert Russia Moscow Branch
    • DeGolyer and MacNaughton
    • DELCREDERE Attorneys-at-Law
    • Dell
    • Deloitte
    • Delta Air Lines
    • Denis’ School
    • Dentons
    • Deseret International Charities
    • deVere Group
    • DHL Global Forwarding
    • DHL International
    • DIAGEO (D Distribution)
    • Digital Design
    • Direct INFO
    • DLA Piper
    • Dolby
    • Domina Prestige Hotel St. Petersburg
    • DoubleTree by Hilton Moscow – Marina
    • Dow Corning
    • Dow Europe
    • Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business
    • DuPont Science and Technologies
    • Duvernoix Legal
    • East Office of Finnish Industries
    • EATON
    • Ecolab
    • EDAS Law Bureau
    • Edwar International
    • Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners
    • EKE Group (St. Petersburg)
    • ElaN Languages
    • Eli Lilly Vostok S.A.
    • Elite Security
    • EM Russia
    • Embarcadero Technologies, Inc (St-Petersburg Branch)
    • EMC Corporation
    • EMC St. Petersburg Development Center
    • Emerging Markets Group
    • Emerson
    • Enkata Technologies St.Petersburg
    • ESN Group
    • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
    • European Pension Fund, Non-State Pension Fund, CJSC
    • European Space Agency – Permanent Mission in RF
    • European University at St. Petersburg
    • eVelopers
    • ExxonMobil
    • EY
    • FAMILIA GROUP
    • Fazer Russia
    • First Line Software
    • First Solar
    • Fives Russia & CIS
    • Fluor Enterprises Group
    • FMC Corporation
    • Ford Sollers Holding
    • Formtrust Holding (Newform Intl, Formtrust Consultants, IMTV, Captivate Media, Space Vision)
    • Four Seasons Hotel Moscow
    • GATX Rail Vostok
    • GE
    • General Motors Auto
    • General Motors Russia & CIS
    • Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories
    • Geran & Partners Consulting Practice
    • GESTAMP SEVERSTAL VSEVOLOZHSK
    • GfK Rus, Russia
    • Gilbarco Veeder-Root of Danaher UK Industries
    • Global Security
    • Globalink Logistics
    • GNCRussia
    • Goldman Sachs
    • Goltsblat BLP
    • Google
    • Gowlings International
    • Grayling
    • Greif Russia & CIS
    • Grid Dynamics
    • Guardian Steklo Ryazan
    • Halliburton
    • Hannes Snellman
    • Helen Yarmak
    • Herbalife International RS
    • Hewlett-Packard
    • Hilton Russia
    • Hilton St. Petersburg ExpoForum and Hampton by Hilton St. Petersburg ExpoForum
    • Hines International
    • Hogan Lovells (CIS)
    • Holding Company United Elements Group, CJSC
    • Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya & Suschevsky
    • Honeywell
    • Hotel Astoria, Rocco Forte Hotels Angleterre Hotel
    • Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow
    • Huntsman CIS
    • Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus
    • IBM East Europe / Asia (NW Region Branch)
    • IBM East Europe/Asia
    • IE Business School
    • IHS Global Limited
    • IKEA Industry Tikhvin
    • Ilim Group, OJSC
    • In2Matrix
    • Innovative Pharma
    • Intel Technologies
    • Interatletika dba Gold’s Gym Russia
    • INTERCARGO
    • Intercomp
    • InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya
    • Intermark Relocation
    • Intermedia
    • International Law and Tax Services Association Co. (I.L.T.S.)
    • International Paper
    • International Paper Russia, Moscow Branch
    • International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX)
    • Interstate Management Services
    • IWM Group
    • Jabil
    • Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
    • JAVAD GNSS
    • Jensen Group
    • Jet Infosystems
    • JetBrains
    • John Deere Agricultural Holdings (JDR), Russian Branch
    • Johnson & Johnson
    • JOHNSON CONTROLS
    • Johnson Controls International
    • JP Morgan
    • JSR
    • JTI Marketing & Sales CJSC
    • KBR East
    • Kellogg Rus
    • Kelly Services CIS
    • Kelly Services CIS, St. Petersburg
    • Kesarev Consulting
    • Keysight Technologies
    • Kidsave International
    • KidZania
    • Kimberly-Clark
    • King & Spalding
    • Kinross Gold Corporation, Moscow Representative Office
    • KNAUF PETROBOARD
    • KOHLER RUS
    • KPMG
    • Kroll
    • Language Link
    • Lanit-Tercom
    • Latham & Watkins
    • LaunchGurus
    • Leaf Trading Company Limited
    • Leo Burnett Moscow
    • Levi Strauss Moscow
    • LEXMARK INTERNATIONAL
    • Liberty Insurance
    • Limco Logistics
    • Lingvo Expert (foreign languages center)
    • Lotte Hotel Moscow
    • Loyd’s Group of Companies
    • Lummus Technology
    • MAN Truck and Bus Production RUS
    • ManpowerGroup
    • Marriott Moscow Hotel Novy Arbat
    • Marriott Moscow Royal Aurora, Marriott Moscow Grand and Marriott Moscow Tverskaya
    • Mars
    • Mary Kay Closed Joint Stock Company
    • MasterCard International
    • McDonald’s Russia
    • MEDTRONIC
    • MEGAFON
    • Merrill Lynch Securities
    • MetLife
    • METRO GROUP
    • Microsoft RUS
    • Microsoft Rus (North-West District)
    • Mid-Atlantic – Eurasia Business Council (MAEBC/MARBC)
    • Mirantis IT
    • Mitsubishi Corporation (Russia)
    • MM Polygrafoformlenie Packaging
    • Mobile TeleSystems
    • Mon’delez Rus
    • Mon’delez Rus, Saint-Petersburg branch
    • Mongol Altai
    • Morgan Lewis
    • Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy
    • Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
    • Mosenka
    • Moskva – Krasnye Holmy
    • Motorola Solutions, CJSC
    • Motorola Solutions, St. Petersburg Software Design Center
    • MSD Pharmaceuticals
    • MSR Global
    • Multiservice Payment System
    • Navistar-Eurasia
    • NBCUniversal
    • NCC Housing (Russia)
    • NCH Capital Russia (AgroTerra)
    • NCI / PondMobile
    • Neotech
    • Nestle Russia
    • NetCracker Technology
    • NF Rus (Nathan’s Famous Russia)
    • Nike
    • Nissan Manufacturing RUS
    • Nokian Tyres
    • Novartis Neva
    • Novartis Pharma
    • Novotel St. Petersburg Centre
    • Nuplex Resins
    • NVIDIA
    • OCV Steklovolokno (Owens Corning)
    • Office Solutions
    • Oil&Gas Eurasia Media & Marketing Solutions
    • One! International School
    • Operation Smile Russia
    • Oracle Development SPB
    • Orrick (CIS)
    • OTIS Lift
    • Paladyne Systems Rus
    • Parallels Holdings
    • Pax Company (Kompania “Mir”)
    • PayPal
    • PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    • Pepeliaev Group
    • Pepeliaev Group, St. Petersburg office
    • PepsiCo Holdings, St. Petersburg Branch
    • Pericles Center for International Legal Education
    • Peterform
    • PETERSBURG PRODUCTS INTERNATIONA
    • Petro, JTI
    • Pfizer
    • PH International (Project Harmony Inc.)
    • Philip Morris Izhora
    • Philip Morris Sales & Marketing
    • Philips Russia and Central Asia
    • PM Group East
    • PPG Industries
    • Praxair Rus
    • Preformed Line Products Company
    • Prime Advice HLB Consulting Group
    • Procter & Gamble
    • PwC
    • R.I.M. Porter Novelli
    • Radisson Resort, Zavidovo
    • Radius Group
    • Regus Business Centre
    • Reksoft
    • Resinex Rus
    • Retail Profile
    • Return on Intelligence
    • ROY International Consultancy
    • RT Group
    • Runapark
    • Russia Partners
    • Russian Translation Company
    • Ryder Scott Co. LP
    • Sankt-Peterburgskij klub legendarnyh motociklov, Non-commercial Partnership
    • SAP CIS
    • Saybervizhn
    • Sberbank CIB
    • SC Johnson
    • Scania Peter
    • Schlumberger Russia
    • SCHNEIDER GROUP
    • Sealed Air
    • Sherwin-Williams
    • Silgan Metal Packaging Stupino
    • Sirota & Partners
    • Smiths Heimann Rus
    • Sodexo
    • SoftJoys
    • Software Technologies
    • Sokotel St. Petersburg
    • Solar Management
    • Solntse Mexico
    • SOLVO
    • SPBEC
    • SPN Communications
    • Squire Patton Boggs
    • Standard & Poor’s Credit Market Services Europe Limited
    • Starlite Diner
    • STERH Corporation
    • Stockholm School of Economics, Russia
    • Storm Properties
    • Stupino 1 Industrial Park
    • Subway Russia
    • SUN Group
    • Swissotel Krasnye Holmy Moscow
    • Symantec (Ireland), Representative office in Moscow
    • Synovate Comcon
    • T-Systems CIS
    • Taxcom
    • Technical Security Systems
    • Technopolis-St.Petersburg
    • Teknavo
    • Telenor Russia AS
    • Teletel
    • Tenneco Automotive Volga
    • Teradata
    • TEREX Corporation
    • TerraLink Technologies Corp.
    • The Estee Lauder Companies
    • The Harbor – St. Petersburg Charity Organization
    • The Moscow Times (Independent Media Sanoma Magazines)
    • The Risk Advisory Group
    • The Ritz-Carlton, Moscow (“Hotel Management Company”)
    • The Royal Bank of Scotland
    • The Salvation Army
    • The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya
    • The U.S. Russia Foundation for Economic Advancement and Rule of Law (USA) in the RF
    • The Walt Disney Company, CIS
    • Thermo Fisher Scientific
    • Thomson Reuters (Markets) SA Moscow Branch
    • TIM Services
    • Timken-Rus Service Company
    • Topcon Positioning Systems
    • Toyota Motor, Branch in Saint-Petersburg
    • TRANSEARCH International St Petersburg
    • Tristar Investment Holdings
    • Troika Relocations
    • U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation
    • U.S.- Russia Business Council
    • UBS
    • UHY Yans-Audit
    • Unipharm
    • Unison Technologies
    • United Technologies International Operations
    • United Way of Russia
    • Unix Education Center
    • URSA Eurasia
    • US Dental Care
    • VISA
    • Volga-Dnepr Group
    • Voskhod
    • VTB Bank
    • VTB Capital
    • W St. Petersburg Hotel (Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide)
    • W.R. Grace & Co.-Conn.
    • Wabtec Rus
    • Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing
    • WatersOAG
    • WEATHERFORD
    • Western Union
    • White & Case
    • Worldwide Clinical Trials
    • WorldWideGost
    • Wrigley
    • Wrigley, A Subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated – St Petersburg Branch
    • WWPass Corporation
    • Xerox
    • YE International
    • YIT Saint Petersburg
    • YK Consulting
    • YRIR (YUM! Restaurants International Russia and CIS)
    • Yusen Logistics Rus
    • YUST Law Firm, Moscow Region Bar Association
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Walensky (Annoited by the Biden Entity) Dec 2020 to Lead The CDC During The Roll Out of the Various VXX Formulations

stock here — Hint, what is her and her husband’s religion? Why was Robert Redfield kicked out (he was the former director, and had rational honest discussion about “vaccine” timing. They want nothing of that.

Brown, Female, Jewish, no relevant experience….what more could you want from a mouthpiece? Laughable as she says she is going to pause and go off script. She does not pause and she goes on script….continue to live in fear, continue to follow insane rules.

What should be the penalty for these damaging liars

stock here, the comments on the YouTube Video are telling

Here it is on YouTube if you want to chime in.

Scott S.

Scott S.

2 weeks agoThey once said it’s the pandemic of the unvaccinated and they were Liars Liars Liars. QUOTE: Why boosted Americans seem to be getting more COVID-19 infections? It’s the vaccine dummy 1

opencanswithzans

opencanswithzans

2 months agoThis didn’t age well. 4

Patrick Payette

Patrick Payette

3 months agoAny updates for Omicron? 1

Turbo

Turbo

3 months ago (edited)Sooo what do we think now people? About her and all others who did this to us? Fearmongering and lies all around? And now saying everything the ‘flatearthers’ have been saying from 2020 under censorship and heavy attacks? 1

Penny Sperry

Penny Sperry

3 months agoWake up! Our bodies, our choice! 1

Alex Cătălin, Negraru

Alex Cătălin, Negraru

3 months agohttps://youtu.be/8DPS4nBFXBo

Computer Scientist

Computer Scientist

4 months agoShe’s a total fraud. The pandemic was funded by her buddy Tony Fauci. btw, Where are the 10 masks that she usually wears? 1

Tru Blu

Tru Blu

4 months agoThis is a pandemic of the liberal degenerates 1

Atg Imm

Atg Imm

5 months agoALL LIES

C-Luke: The Bill Cooper Guy

C-Luke: The Bill Cooper Guy

5 months ago (edited)If the message was so clear why’d it look like you couldn’t see it?

josh bushee

josh bushee

5 months ago🤣🤣🤣 huh?

Kevin Meiz

Kevin Meiz

5 months agoWhat a joke. Half the country knows you can still get and spread it even if you are jabbed. Why would anyone trust this lady after such a statement? 1

Maricris Onil

Maricris Onil

5 months ago6 foot 7 foot 8 foot…PUNCH….Keep living the best you know How….YOUR LIFE WILL BE MUCH BETTER IF YOU ARE IN CHARGE OF IT..! 1

Natalia Lavrishina

Natalia Lavrishina

5 months agoOk, this one didn’t age well… 1

jay garcia

jay garcia

5 months agolol your funny cdc. silly cdc

Jason Sua

Jason Sua

5 months agoThis aged well. 1

Sav Rah

Sav Rah

5 months agoHahahaha pandemic of unvaccinated???? This woman is so stupid it hurts. I thought over 90% of infected are vaccinated so please explain how this is pandemic of unvaccinated. Simple math. 1

LOUIS SACOTO

LOUIS SACOTO

5 months agoComunist propaganda!! Well done comrade People! Open your eyes, dig a little, do the research, it’s all there 2

Bobby Firmansyah

Bobby Firmansyah

5 months agoDivide and Conquer lads

Kurt Barlow

Kurt Barlow

5 months agoPandemic of the VACCINATED NOW 🤣🐑 2

tUrd_iMMunity

tUrd_iMMunity

5 months ago^ Liar ^

tUrd_iMMunity

tUrd_iMMunity

5 months agoOver 50,000 breakthrough cases ( with 380 of them now deceased) reported in Arizona alone. 1.3 million adverse reaction events (that were even recorded) in the UK, to date. Close to 70 cruise ships (with only fully vaccinated and 2x tested staff and guests on board) experiencing widespread covid outbreaks… But it’s a “pandemic of the unvaccinated”?

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Revisiting the 1908 Tunguska Event as a Bolide With Massive Electrical Interactions

stock here. The pictures of an expedition into the then wild Siberian countryside shows an unusual pattern of directionally felled trees, and quite scorched.

https://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2006/arch06/060203tunguska2.htm

Was the 1908 Tunguska Explosion an Electrical Event?

The Tunguska explosion of June 30, 1908, that devastated over 2000 square km of Siberian taiga has been attributed to the entry into the Earth’s atmosphere of a fragment of comet or asteroid (Tunguska Cosmic Body or TCB) and its detonation at ~10km altitude.1 But after almost a century many enigmas remain. Why are there dozens of odd holes but no impact crater? Why are few meteoritic fragments found? What was the ‘pillar of fire’ reported to stretch from the ground to the bolide? One little-explored possibility is that the effects could be explained if the TCB were an electrically charged body.-‘” Powerful electrical discharges between the Earth, and a charged intruder could explain the “pillar of fire.” The discharge could trigger internal dielectric breakdown and totally disrupt the TCB. This model offers a solution to the puzzle of comets exploding far from the Sun.

It is curious why it took decades for people to visit and investigate. But Russia was in a world of hurt, including the Bloody Sunday Massacre of 1905.

https://www.history.com/topics/russia/russian-revolution

The real action came a decade later

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Janet Yellen (Jewish) Wants to Spend $150T to “Fight Climate Change” COP26

This transfer of wealth is part of the way they skim off to fund their nefarious intentions.

https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy0457

Keynote Remarks by Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland at the Finance Day Opening Event

November 3, 2021

As prepared for delivery

Glasgow and COP26 is a pivotal moment at the start of this decisive decade of climate action. The climate crisis is already here.  This is not a challenge for future generations, but one we must confront today.

Rising to this challenge will require the wholesale transformation of our carbon-intensive economies.  It’s a global transition for which we have an estimated price tag: some have put the global figure between $100 and $150 trillion over the next three decades.  At the same time, addressing climate change is the greatest economic opportunity of our time.  

Many of the conversations here in Glasgow will rightfully focus on the way we use our public resources to fund climate mitigation and adaptation activities domestically and – for those in a position to do so – to assist other countries in responding to climate change.  I agree we all must do more, and the United States is stepping up.   President Biden has already announced that we are quadrupling our international climate finance for developing countries by 2024 to more than $11 billion. 

This morning, as part of our continued efforts, I am pleased to join the UK in announcing that the United States also intends to fully support the Climate Investment Funds Capital Markets Mechanism.  Through an innovative leveraging structure, this initiative will help attract significant new private climate finance and provide $500 million per year for the Clean Technology Funds’ programming, including the new Accelerating Coal Transition investment program.  Partner countries should begin to quickly see the results of this support. Just yesterday President Biden announced an important partnership that the United States, UK, German, French and EU partners have developed with our South African counterparts to help South Africa design an expedited just transition to a clean and low-carbon future that supports affected communities. 

And later this afternoon I will be speaking specifically on what we are doing to mobilize climate finance to emerging and developing economies, including our engagement with the multilateral development banks and institutions.  I hope you will join me to hear more.

These programs are exciting.  But as big as the public sector effort is across all our countries, the $100-trillion plus price tag to address climate change globally is far bigger.  The gap between what governments have and what the world needs is large, and the private sector needs to play a bigger role.   

The old notions of why the private sector should decarbonize – because planet must be put before profit – are no longer universally true.  Many renewables are now cheaper than carbon-based fuel alternatives and have lower long-term operating costs.  Other green technologies have cost curves that continue to plunge.  In many cases, it is simply cost effective to go green.

The private sector is ready to supply the financing to set us on a course to avoid the worst effects of climate change.  CEOs representing trillions in assets are here to show their commitment.  Financial institutions with collective assets under management of nearly $100 trillion have come together under The Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero, or GFANZ.  If these ambitions are realized, those portfolios will be carbon-neutral by 2050 and significantly reduce emissions by 2030. 

Questions remain, however: Will enough investment opportunities materialize to absorb all this capital?  How quickly can this reorientation occur?  And how can institutions transparently report on their commitments so we can hold each other to account on transition plans?

There are a number of actions governments can take to make sure the answers to these questions keep us on a path to net-zero.  First, we have an essential responsibility to ensure the resiliency of the financial system to climate-related risks.  That is why in May, President Biden issued an Executive Order on Climate-related Financial Risks.  In response to that Order, the Financial Stability Oversight Council, which I Chair, produced a report last month on these risks and U.S. regulators’ role in addressing them. 

This includes actions to enhance climate-related data and disclosures to improve the information available to investors, market participants, and regulators.  The report’s recommendations represent a significant and vital step towards making the U.S. financial system more resilient to the threat of climate change.  We’re working with our partners at the Financial Stability Board and elsewhere to support similar efforts on a global scale.

Next, we need to enhance the transparency and climate-resiliency of our infrastructure projects. Private sector investors frequently note the challenges of inadequate data to assess risk, insufficient risk-adjusted returns in the initial project phase, and a lack of bankable projects.  That is why we strongly support efforts to operationalize the G20 Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment. 

These efforts to identify risks must be complemented by measures to help identify opportunities to invest in the firms and technologies that will move us towards decarbonization.  And so we have taken a number of actions domestically to clear the way for private capital to support our own transition to a green economy. 

This includes outlining a path forward to make vast swaths of public waters available for leasing to build 30 gigawatts of offshore wind-power by 2030.  That, I think, sends, a strong signal of policy support to investors looking to deploy climate-aligned capital.

As we meet here in Glasgow, a large infrastructure bill is moving through the United States Congress.  It includes enough funding to dot the American landscape with almost 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations, which will accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles.  President Biden has also proposed a number of tax credits that we expect will incentivize the buildout of high-voltage capacity power lines and renewable energy generation capacity.  We anticipate that they will mobilize tens of billions of dollars in private capital right away.

If all countries come to Glasgow prepared to do their part, COP26 can be a turning point that sets the world on the right course for this decisive decade.  We still have a lot of work to do, but I am committed to the task and I know you are as well.

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VXX Is A Slo-Depop Mechanism. Fertility Down 30% to 35%. I Guessed This in July 2021

stock here. After I discovered the “Hot Batches” in July 2021 and published it, and was quickly wiped off the web….10 years of work painstakingly hidden from Google searches, and kicked off Blogger at the same time. I came up with the hypothesis that they didn’t want to kill off all the slaves at once, and that their intention was to replace us with Robots and AI over a few decades, so they could retain their wealth, power, privilege. Now the data are supporting that, and actually have been for a while. But I haven’t been spending much time on the tough data crunching….I know what is coming and spend energies and resources on being the most prepared.

Source Study

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/andr.13209

Noted: The Summary or Abstract of 98% of all the new medical papers exactly parrots what the Cabal wants published. They lie through their teeth to promote the idea that sperm “value” does an overall recovery in time period T3, which is about 150 days after first jab. AND THAT IS A TOTAL LIE. The data table presented just below shows although sperm volume goes down a little 6%, the density of motile (mobile) cells goes down 30%, and the mobility of what is there goes down 35%.

Isn’t that curious, all contributors are from Israel.

Noted: they present other tables that use the Median instead of the Mean (Average) which show less long term damage. But the ramification should be clear after 20 seconds of thought….Some men are almost completely sterilized, while others are only mildly effected.

Makes sense, since the batches of vaccine are quite different.

The site below covers this also. Research and findings are my own.

https://www.theburningplatform.com/2022/06/21/urgent-the-covid-vaccine-paper-on-declining-sperm-counts-is-even-worse-than-it-seems-at-first/

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Uvalde Time Frame — Have a Barf Bag Ready

stock here: I have been busy so I barely paid attention to Uvalde school shooting. The negligence, incompetence, and the suspected orders to “stand down” are a sign of the “mission accomplished” nature of the destruction / collapse of our law enforcement systems. And yes too, the lack of prosecution of this cowardice (or worse, intentional maximization of death to encourage the recent passage of damaging but ineffective “gun control”)

Being in Texas and being a week before the NRA convention there, is beyond #FaF.


September 2021

Shooter asks sister for help to buy gun

Before turning 18, the shooter asks his sister to help him buy a gun. She refuses.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

November 30, 2021

Shooter purchases gun-related accessories

The shooter purchases gun-related accessories online, including rifle slings, a military carrier vest and optics.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

February 28, 2022

Social media group chat discusses the gunman being a “school shooter”

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

March 1-3, 2022

Gunman sends message on Instagram about guns

On March 1, the shooter discusses wanting to purchase a gun in a group chat on Instagram. In another Instagram chat on March 3, someone tells the shooter, “Word on the street you’re buying a gun.” The shooter replies, “Just bought something RN [right now].”

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

April 10-13, 2022

Gunman purchases 60 high-capacity magazines online

The gunman purchases 60 high-capacity magazines online.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

May 14, 2022

Gunman makes Instagram post

The gunman posts on Instagram “10 more days.” A user comments, “Are you going to shoot up the school or something?” The shooter replies, “No and stop asking dumb questions and you’ll see.” Investigators didn’t specify what the post consisted of.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

May 16-18, 2022

Shooter purchases guns, ammunition

The shooter turns 18, the legal age for purchasing a rifle in Texas, on May 16. That same day, he purchases a Smith & Wesson model M&P 15 rifle, a Daniel Defense rifle and 1,740 rounds of 5.56 ammunition. On May 18, he purchases an additional 375 rounds of Winchester 5.56 ammunition.

(A previous briefing received from state authorities by Sen. John Whitmire said that the shooter legally purchased two AR platform rifles from a local, federally licensed gun store on May 17 and May 20.)

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

May 24, 2022: Day of shooting

Around 11 a.m.

Shooter sends Facebook messages to girl in Germany

The shooter sends private Facebook messages to a girl in Germany he met online and tells her about his plans to shoot his grandmother.

  • Source: Gov. Greg Abbott press conference on May 25, 2022

11:20 a.m.

Shooter sends another Facebook message

The shooter sends a direct message to at least one recipient saying, “I’m shoot my grandma in her head rn [right now]. And shoot up a elementary school.”

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:21 a.m.

“I just shot my grandma in her head. Ima go shoot up a elementary school rn [right now].”

— Gunman’s text message to a contact after shooting his grandmother

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:22-11:27 a.m.

Shooter steals vehicle and drives to school

After the gunman shoots his grandmother in the face, he steals her vehicle and drives from his home to Robb Elementary School, which is about a 2-mile drive. (Abbott has said that the grandmother called 911.)

  • Source: Gov. Greg Abbott press conference on May 25, 2022; Texas Department of Public Safety

11:28 a.m.

Shooter arrives at school

The shooter crashes the vehicle in a ditch near the school. He exits the vehicle, fires three rounds with his gun at two male witnesses near a funeral home and then flees.

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Hillcrest Memorial Funeral Home Shooter crashes vehicle Robb Elementary School 100 feet

  • Satellite Image: Google Earth
  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:29 a.m.

A teacher calls 911

A teacher at the elementary school makes a 911 call reporting the crash and seeing the shooter, noting he had a gun.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:31 a.m.

Shooter walks through the school parking lot

The shooter reaches the last row of vehicles in the school parking lot, firing his rifle in between vehicles at the school throughout.

Surveillance footage also shows a school district police patrol vehicle entering the school parking lot and driving by the concealed shooter.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety press conference on May 27; Texas Department of Public Safety

11:32 a.m.

Gunman fires multiple shots outside the school

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:33 a.m.

Shooter enters the school

The shooter enters the school through a back door on the northwest side of the school and makes his way to classroom 111, according to school surveillance footage. Authorities originally said a teacher left the door propped open, but later said a teacher closed the door and the automatic lock failed.

The shooter briefly walks out the classroom door and then goes back in, shooting some more. He shoots at least 100 rounds inside this room and Room 112, which are connected. Arredondo said the rooms were locked, but in the surveillance footage the shooter didn’t appear to encounter a locked door when he entered Room 111.

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Gunman enters

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Gunman shoots

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  • Satellite Image: Google Earth
  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:35 a.m.

Uvalde police enter the school

Three Uvalde police officers rush to the same door that the gunman used to enter, which was closed. They enter and receive grazing wounds from the gunman. They retreat.

Pete Arredondo, the chief of the school district’s police department, also arrives at the scene around this time. He does not have his radios. Arredondo wanted both hands on his gun if he encountered the shooter and believed the radios would have slowed him down, his attorney said.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:36 a.m.

More law enforcement officers enter school

School surveillance footage shows four more law enforcement officers entering the school through the same door that the gunman used. An additional four officers enter the school through the south entrance. (DPS previously said a deputy with the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office was among those who entered around this time.)

Meanwhile, the gunman continues firing as law enforcement officers approach classrooms 111 and 112.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:37 a.m.

Gunman fires 16 more rounds

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:38 a.m.

Law enforcement indicates that the suspect is contained

According to body-camera footage from an officer, law enforcement indicates that the suspect is contained.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:40 a.m.

Arredondo calls Uvalde Police Department; more gunfire

According to 911 recordings, Arredondo calls the landline of the Uvalde Police Department from his cellphone to describe the situation.

Meanwhile, gunfire coming from the shooter can be heard through school surveillance footage.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety records

11:41 a.m.

Law enforcement indicates suspect is barricaded and still shooting

Law enforcement indicates that the suspect is barricaded in a classroom and is still shooting. In addition, law enforcement dispatch asks if the door is locked, and an officer replies that they don’t know, but that they have a Halligan, an ax-like firefighting tool used to breach doors.

Meanwhile, four additional law enforcement officers enter the school from an east hallway.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:43 a.m.

Robb Elementary and Uvalde police post on Facebook

Robb Elementary announces on Facebook it is under a lockdown status “due to gunshots in the area.”

“The students and staff are safe in the building. The building is secure in a Lockdown Status,” school officials say in the announcement.

At the same time, the Uvalde Police Department posts on Facebook, “Large Police presence at Robb Elementary. We ask the public to avoid the area.”

11:44 a.m.

Police officers are inside

Police with the city of Uvalde and the school district are inside the school. Uvalde police officers enter the building where the shooter is from the north entrance. They hear gunfire, are shot at, move back and get cover.

Arredondo witnesses the gunfire. He says he then checks the door to the classroom that the shooter is in, finding it locked. This was not shown in the footage of the shooting provided by DPS and reviewed by the Tribune. DPS Director Steve McCraw also testified in a hearing that the classroom door could not have been locked from the inside.

Arredondo uses his cellphone to call for SWAT teams, snipers, extrication tools and keys to the classrooms.

“Initial officers are there and receive gunfire, therefore do not make entry. Officers call everyone in the area for additional resources: tactical teams, equipment, specialty equipment, body armor, precision rifleman [and] negotiators. They’re evacuating students and teachers during this time,” Victor Escalon, a DPS official, said at a May 26 press conference.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:48 a.m.

Officer’s wife is shot

Uvalde CISD police officer Ruben Ruiz can be heard telling other officers as he arrives inside the school that his wife, Eva Mireles, has been shot, according to a transcript of police body camera footage.

  • Source: New York Times review of body-camera footage; DPS records

11:50 a.m.

Law enforcement indicates people need to get out hallway

A law enforcement officer says that people need to get out of the hallway and proclaims, “Chief [Arredondo] is in there, Chief is in charge right now, hold on.”

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety records

11:51-11:52 a.m.

More police arrive

School surveillance footage shows seven law enforcement officers entering the door on the northwest side of the school, the same entrance the gunman used.

A minute later, the first ballistic shield is brought through the same door.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:54 a.m.

Onlooker starts filming

Twenty-one minutes after the shooter enters the school, an onlooker, Angel Ledezma, streams a live video showing parents begging police to enter the school.

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11:56 a.m.

Law enforcement asks about kids in classroom

A law enforcement officer asks if there are still children in the classroom, according to body-camera footage. The officer says, “If there’s kids in there, we need to go in there.” Someone responds, “Whoever is in charge will determine that.”

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

11:58 a.m.

“The school chief of police [Arredondo] is in there with him.”

— One officer’s response after another asks where the shooter is

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:01 p.m.

Law enforcement officer indicates a hostage rescue situation

A DPS special agent indicates that this is a hostage rescue situation and that officers should “go in.” Someone replies, “Don’t you think we should have a supervisor approve that?”

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:03 p.m.

Police continue to arrive, and a student calls 911

A student calls 911 from Room 112 for a minute and 23 seconds and identifies herself in a whisper.

Meanwhile, as many as 19 officers are positioned in a school hallway. School surveillance footage also shows a second ballistic shield being brought through the back door that the gunman used.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:04 p.m.

A third ballistic shield is brought into the school

School surveillance footage shows a third ballistic shield being taken through the back door.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:10 p.m.

Student calls back; SWAT officers arrive

The student calls 911 again and says multiple people are dead.

Meanwhile, SWAT officers arrive on the scene, according to law enforcement body-camera footage.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:11 p.m.

Arredondo requests master key

Arredondo, the chief of the school district’s police department, requests a master key, according to law enforcement body-camera footage.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:13 p.m.

Student calls 911 again

The student calls 911 a third time. Authorities have not expanded on her comments during this call.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:15 p.m.

Border Patrol Tactical Unit arrives

Border Patrol Tactical Unit members carrying shields arrive.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:16 p.m.

Student calls 911 once again

The student calls 911 again, saying eight or nine students are alive.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:17 p.m.

Arredondo attempts to test keys on a different door; school announces active shooter on campus

Arredondo attempts to test numerous keys on a different door, according to law enforcement body-camera footage.

Meanwhile, Robb Elementary officials announce on Facebook that there is an active shooter on campus.

Onlookers and parents beg for action

At some point during the standoff, onlookers beg police to charge the school, according to The Associated Press. Parents try to break windows and are not allowed to immediately be reunited with their children.

  • Source: News reports

12:19 p.m.

Another student calls 911

A student in Room 111 calls 911 and hangs up when another student tells her to.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:20 p.m.

A fourth ballistic shield is brought to the school

School surveillance footage shows a fourth ballistic shield being taken through the back door.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:21 p.m.

Gunman fires again

The gunman fires again. Authorities say he was believed to be at the classroom’s door. On a 911 call from a student, three gunshots can be heard.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:24 p.m.

Arredondo attempts to communicate with suspect

Law enforcement body-camera footage shows Arredondo attempting to communicate with the shooter.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety records

12:26 p.m.

Law enforcement officers aware that a teacher has been shot

Law enforcement body-camera footage shows law enforcement officers indicating that they are aware a teacher has been shot in the classroom.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:32 p.m.

Search for keys continues

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:35 p.m.

An officer with a forcible-entry tool enters school

School surveillance footage shows an officer entering the back door with a Halligan or similar tool.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:36 p.m.

Student in room 111 calls back

The same student calls back for 21 seconds and is told to stay on the line quietly.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:38 p.m.

Arredondo again attempts to communicate with suspect

Law enforcement body-camera footage shows Arredondo once again attempting to communicate with the shooter.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:43 p.m.

Gunman shoots the door

The student tells 911 that the gunman shot the door.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:46 p.m.

Arredondo gives approval to enter

Arredondo gives his approval to enter the classroom. “If y’all are ready to do it, you do it,” he says, according to a transcript of police body-camera footage.

  • Source: New York Times review of body-camera footage; DPS records

12:46 p.m.

“I can hear the police next door.”

— Student who called 911

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:47 p.m.

“Please send the police now.”

— Student who called 911

Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:50 p.m.

Border Patrol kills gunman

Shots are heard on the student’s call. A Border Patrol Tactical Unit officer breaches the room using a janitor’s keys and kills the gunman.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

12:51 p.m.

Children are moved out of the room

From the student’s 911 call, it sounds like officers are moving children out of the room. At that time, the student makes it outside, and the call cuts out.

  • Source: Texas Department of Public Safety

1:06 p.m.

Police announce shooter is in custody

Uvalde police announce on Facebook that the shooter is in custody. Authorities recanted that information later.

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10 of “Biden’s” Key Appointments Are Jews. 10 of 10. And The USA Is Headed Towards Collapse

They have pissed upon any societal and social responsibility that they have to look out for our own good. It is beyond time that they be named.

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Epiphany — “They” Are Now Going to Inject Diseases and Plagues into The Animals of Our Food Supply.

stock here: if you don’t have 200 lbs of meat in a freezer, you are not paying attention.

Bear in mind, this Statement of Opinion, is not based on hours of research or a dozen smoking guns that all point that way. This is a hypothesis of what they could try next. Methinks some farmer types might have a stronger reaction than most city slickers, so not sure how much traction they can get. But a widely released bio-weapon may be something nearly impossible to “fight”.

Image below from a commenter!

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The Whole Truth Of Our World In 2 Minutes ! BOOM 100% Spot On

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/the-whole-truth-of-our-world-in-2-minutes-boom-100-spot-on_4vapshsyXeVYNVv.html

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Ben Davidson and 28 Videos of Climate Truth, incl. A Slap Down on NASA

stock here: Ben Davidson does a pretty good job with weather, climate, and space weather. The home page is here —– 28 videos

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Jack Boot Description from ACD

16 June 2022

Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it, declared George Santayana, a sentiment also expressed by Winston Churchill, the latter along with Franklin Roosevelt and Josef Stalin hell-bent to ensure the repetition of (then) recent history.  History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes, Samuel Clemens reportedly opined.  When I attended school before undertaking “higher education”, educationalists still bought into and implemented with a vengeance the premise that repetition is “the mother of all learning”.  I note here that “rote learning” has since fallen from its academic perch, for example:

Rote learning is the practice of memorizing things with a process of repetition. Historically, it is an extremely common learning method but has fallen out of favor since the 1960s in many countries. Rote learning is often portrayed as mindless memorization that doesn’t foster creativity, social skills or critical thinking.”  

Finally, it seems worth introductory mention a popular, lay definition of insanityOne’s doing the same thing again and again, all the while expecting a different result.  NOT learning from such repetition seems congruent with another, more formal definition, viz.,  “an inability to understand the nature and consequences of one’s acts or of events”.

It seems to this aging scientist that we have another “teachable moment” upon us, courtesy of The Power$ That Be (TP$TB), a cadre of putative humans that adheres to the dictum never let a good crisis go to waste, especially one planned, funded, and implemented globally.  MONKEYPOX the watchword, we have a window open to the past both distal and proximal, from the origins of “inoculation” and “vaccination”, prior “public health” measures to deal with outbreaks of SMALLPOX, and, most recently, lessons from the on-going saga of dealing with COVID, the monstrous, hydra-headed crisis that has not ended, all appearances and distractions (e.g., Ukraine) to the contrary notwithstanding.

Attached are several articles I judge worth your time in perusing if not reading.

1)  I highly recommend beginning with an excellent survey of pertinent history entitled “How We Know That Monkeypox Is Another Scam (Just Like Covid)” [Monkey Pox — History rhymes 15June2022.pdf].  Published findings of revisionist historians and scientific researchers (1) reveal information hitherto ignored or suppressed and (2) convey actual lessons learned — and not learned — from “smallpox”.

2) I commend to you as well the excellent, comprehensive “COVID UPDATE:  What is the truth?” by Russell Blaylock [COVID Update Blaylock June 2022.pdf], a well-referenced, 14-page editorial accepted by Surgical Neurology International in February 2022 and published in April 2022.  This very competent “update on COVID-19 pandemic events” takes us to the next “teachable moment”.

3) Very recently, after a fortnight of foreshadowing, we perceive yet another jackboot descending on our general location (to paraphrase Monty Python).  Among early warnings and, for some, yet another wake-up call, The Exposé (www.expose-news.com) published two timely articles.

a)  Here we go again… W.H.O. to convene Emergency Committee over “Monkeypox” & declare Public Health Emergency of International Concern (June 15, 2022)

b)  W.H.O. to declare Public Health Emergency of International Concern over COVID Vaccine-Induced Shingles (Monkeypox) (June 16, 2022)

“…the Emergency Committee of the World Health Organization is set to meet on

Thursday 23rd June 2022, to assess whether the Covid-19 vaccine-induced shingles

outbreak (allegedly Monkeypox) represents a public health emergency of internationalconcern.”

Should you read the attached documents, in my judgment, you will have sufficient data required to avoid, once again, repeating history and, at least for this latest test, seeing clearly through the machinations and manipulations of TP$TB.

In the spirit of freely chosen measures of personal health and safety,

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A. Polly Shows How the Monkey Pox Was “Tuned” Via Gain of Function Manipulation

stock here:
Amazing Polly Seems to have been booted off of YouTube. Amazingly she made it this long really, as she pulls no punches. And look at this Reddit bullshit, as if you needed more proof that Reddit was controlled opposition for those who think they are awake, but maybe at 40% to 60% Awake.

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Mission Accomplished: Marxist Government Destroys 19% of All Small Business! Bankrupt!

stock here: It became clear to me maybe in April 2020 or May 2020, that a big part of “their plan” was to decimate small business. I signed up, I may give them a few ideas……that will sure go over well.

Good Work Cabal! Mission Accomplished

According to the ICIC and Kauffman Foundation COVID Impact Tracker, 19.1% of small businesses with 1-4 employees in Honolulu/surrounding metro have closed since the beginning of the pandemic (2nd quarter of 2020). This is significantly higher compared to other metro areas around the country due to the impact of closures on dominant industries throughout the state (hospitality, retail, and tourism). As a result, business owners and residents alike are seeking innovative strategies to sustain disruptions similar to those brought by COVID-19.

Date: Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Time: 10:00AM – 11:30AM HST
For more information and details: Diversifying the Economy to Build Resilience of Hawaiʻi Small Businesses

This 90-minute event includes a presentation and panel discussion to offer small businesses, organizations that serve them, and other interested stakeholders 1) a framework to uncover opportunities unique to Hawai’i, 2) important updates impacting small businesses from state and local leaders, and 3) multiple perspectives and ideas to diversify the Hawai’i economy.

Agenda
10:00-10:05     Welcome and Introduction
10:05-10:30     Presentation: Steven Bond-Smith
10:30-10:45     Mini Presentations: Senator Wakai, DBEDT, MEDB
10:45-11:15      Panel Discussion
11:15-11:30      Q&A and Closing

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James Webb Telescope — Finding Space Data That Blows Up Dark Matter and the Big Bang — Now They Pretend That Micro-Meteors “Beyond Design Values” Are Degrading the Performance

stock here: I knew they would find information that goes completely against the woke NASA et. al. narratives. And I knew they wouldn’t release it, but delay it, and try to figure out the lies needed to keep the narratives in place.

So I got to give them some credit on this “cover story”. They pretend that the scope is getting hit by space rocks “beyond design value” and this in just the first 5 months since deployment on CHRISTMAS DAY (your new God / Jesus). Their lies are so entrenched that they continue to believe them in the face of clear evidence to the opposite.

I am a bit worried about this species. Especially our “best and brightest”.

https://watchers.news/2022/06/09/james-webb-telescope-hit-by-micrometeoroid-sustains-no-major-damage/