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Peak Insanity — The Trans Agenda, It’s Mental Illness That Needs Treated, Not Affirmed



Dangerous Criminal, Released from Prison During the COVID Narrative, Kills 2 Newlyweds for $120. WI Governor Evers is Responsible

“Finally, the press needs to do its job and use all its investigatory resources to find out why Tony Evers administration paroled this monster who committed this brazen act that took the life of two special, beautiful, loving people,” Weingart said, according to WISN-TV.

WISN said that in 2023, Routt said during a public appearance that, “While in prison, I decided I need help and that I needed to change my life totally around.”

“I am no longer a loser, a loner or suffer from depression,” Routt said then.


Maui Land Grab Proof

Hawaii is a Unicorn, it’s appearance is far different than it’s underlying machinations. The Hawaiian people themselves are quite kind and fairly trusting, in general. There are wide ranges though, the standard deviation is high. They can be fooled, and it seems that some Hawaiians are supported State sponsored redevelopment, they bought the lies. Hawaii is fully a fascist state, bordering on Marxist. Some people will find that hard to believe as they have been told it is “paradise”.

So here is Brush Junkie, bringing the receipts.

I really need to archive all these to Bitchute and hardrive. I find it curious that “they” allow this narrative to continue, maybe it is part of the necessary abuse. Look at me, I did this to you.

Attention to all Truth Seekers and Independent Investigators! The Ways and Means Committee is attempting to advance the Maui land grab agenda tomorrow, at 9:30 am in Conference Room 211 at the State Capitol on 415 South Beretania Street. The vote on Senate Bill 3381 appears to be a formality following an hour-long joint hearing of the Senate Energy, Economic Development and Tourism and Water and Land committees, where opposing testimonies were only given 1 minute each to voice their concerns. The state would take control of land use and development in this area — including overseeing the rebuilding of Lahaina — by seizing power from Maui County and giving it to the Lele Development District, a new entity within the Hawaii Community Development Authority. Decisions would be made by an elected nine-person board composed of district residents. “Imagine a state corporation with the power to buy property and develop it according to the corporation’s own rules. The entity could acquire land against the will of owners through eminent domain and issue bonds to pay for it. Financing would go through a special fund outside the standard budget process. The corporation’s first task would be to redevelop Lahaina. Hawaii lawmakers have introduced bills to create this corporation, called the Cultural Corridor Authority, to help rebuild Lahaina. And while the Cultural Corridor Authority, House Bill 2693, appears to have little support — a sign of the challenge legislators face trying to develop policies to address rebuilding Lahaina — lawmakers have introduced several bills this session that envision Lahaina’s redevelopment. They include a Senate bill (SB 3381) similar to the cultural corridor measure, which is scheduled for a hearing Wednesday. Senate Bill 3381 would put Lahaina’s redevelopment into the hands of the Hawaii Community Development Authority, which is best known for building Kakaako into a posh seaside community of luxury condos. The bill, which would create a new nine-member Lele Community District, is co-sponsored by Sen. Angus McKelvey, who represents Lahaina, and Senate Ways and Means Chairman Donovan Dela Cruz, a long-time supporter of expanding HCDA’s powers. The bill is slated for a hearing tomorrow on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Hawaii State Senate Bill (SB 3381) was proposed last week, where 2 hearings took place attempting to give overreaching authority to the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA), which can acquire property and property rights through various means, such as condemnation, as well as relocate residents and their businesses from West Maui. Related links:






1st Hearing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6UXk…

2nd Hearing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0qst…

3rd Hearing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41G_o…

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email: justicenow808@proton.me

This guy is documenting but also allowing the “toxic ash” lie to exist.

The first evidence of cleanup took over 5 months to start. I believe this delay is meant to “starve them out”. Insurance is not paying out, and it is reported that many people are leaving Maui permanently. This plays into the land grab. Weird, there are 2 sailboats that “ran aground” I can imagine they were Injected.


Putin Killing Navalny, Is Like Bashar al-Assad Gassing His Own People

stock here: this is so transparent as to be laughable, but let’s hold on laughing in nexus to a human death.

Navalny was effective neutered. He was no longer a threat, could no longer incite large protests. There is no reason for Putin to have him killed, and every reason to keep him alive as a reminder of the fate of dissidents.


Everyone is sick of this deadly Ukraine operation. So who did kill Navalny? Who would have motivation and capability? Do you think someone could convince one of the other dangerous criminals at this prison outpost to do him in? Maybe 50,000 Rubles to help their family?

That is much more credible. note that Zerohedge isn’t even covering Navalny today. Old news, trying to milk it like the suspicious as hell Oct 7. And the Widow gave a speech, but no video of the speech can be found, just still pictures. No body language interpretation.


New York Post, Showing True Colors

Here are the Operators of the NYP:

Every day, the most powerful and influential people in the most powerful and influential city on earth read the New York Post.

Founded in 1801 by Alexander Hamilton, the New York Post has been telling stories for over 200 years. Stories that shape your world. That make you smile. That cause you to share.

America’s oldest continuously-published newspaper, the New York Post has evolved into a national digital presence, one of the country’s most provocative, impactful, and beloved news brands. Our flagship sites, nypost.com and pagesix.com, and all of our digital products and social channels, are infused with the flavor and style of the original newspaper, but also purpose-built for the digital age.

We shine a bright light on the people and institutions that shape our readers’ lives; we break big stories and set the news agenda; and we offer engaging, fun and addictive content to the country and the world.

Sean M Giancola: CEO/Publisher
Keith Poole: Editor-in-Chief (Group)
Stephen Lynch: Editor-in-Chief (Print)
Erin Geismar: Head of Digital

New York Post, a unit of News Corp

News Corp (Nasdaq: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV) is a global, diversified media and information services company focused on creating and distributing authoritative and engaging content and other products and services. The company comprises businesses across a range of media, including: digital real estate services, subscription video services in Australia, news and information services and book publishing. Headquartered in New York, News Corp operates primarily in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom, and its content and other products and services are distributed and consumed worldwide. More information is available at: http://www.newscorp.com.

Poorly formatted but here is the Board of Directors

Lachlan K. Murdoch
Chair, News Corp
Executive Chair & Chief Executive Officer, Fox Corporation
Masroor Siddiqui
Lead Director, News Corp
Chief Executive Officer, Naya Capital Management UK Limited
Kelly Ayotte
Former United States Senator for the State of New Hampshire
José María Aznar
President, Foundation for Social Studies and Analysis
Former President of Spain
Natalie Bancroft
Director, News Corp
Ana Paula Pessoa
Partner, Kunumi AI
Robert J. Thomson
Chief Executive, News Corp


At News Corp, we believe that the unique experiences and perspectives of employees across our businesses are critical to creating brands and products that promote the contest of ideas and engage and inspire readers, audiences and customers around the world. Our goal is to foster an environment where all employees feel valued, included and motivated to bring great ideas to the table, and that creates a profound sense of pride across our Company.

Our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts therefore focus on:

  • Across our workforce, reflecting the diverse audiences we serve
  • Fostering an environment that embraces and values all perspectives and experiences and provides equal opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Engaging with our readers, audiences and customers in ways that reflect and respect a rich diversity of viewpoints, and enhancing equity and inclusivity in the communities where we live and work

Our diversity, equity and inclusion objectives, and progress towards achieving them, will be assessed annually to ensure they align with our business and talent objectives.

ASX Diversity Measurable Objectives and Gender Balance

On another note, a prior article discussed a service that helps eliminate accounts and records that no longer serve a personally productive service…it appears to have worked and fairly quickly, they have 45 days to comply.


Corey’s Digs Is Back

I just lost this great girl off my radar. Shes back. And she is dealing with a topic that I have covered many times. Their goal is to remove the humanity from humans, to destroy any type of spirituality, to actually degrade your soul. Because soul, spirit, and the essence of our humanity we are strong, and they hate that.

Check it out…The format is better if you go to her site.


ZeroHedge, A Deep Dive, Or Gaslighting That Fight Club Does Not Even Exist

While getting rid of a ZeroHedge Account, I noted the copyrighting agency, ABC Media, LTD. I thought ZeroHedge had been bought out by the British in 2015 or so, but it appears that was all misdirection. It is a
Bulgarian company. This led to this extremely long story, in which my thought is that there is just too much detail, that it itself is misdirection.

Check it out. It is published on newrepublic.com



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March 9, 2020

Is Zero Hedge a Russian Trojan Horse?

The father of the founder of the conspiratorial site filed a criminal complaint against me in Bulgaria. Then things got weird.


About a week before Christmas, I received a most unwelcome email. A criminal complaint had been filed against me in Bulgaria, a country I have never visited and with which I had no personal connection. I stood accused of defamation; attempted censorship; illegally spreading personal, family, and business information; and insulting the memory of someone’s parents and grandparents.

The email was from a veteran Bulgarian journalist named Krassimir Ivandjiiski, who took issue with an article I had written about Zero Hedge, the hugely popular website founded by his 41-year-old son, Daniel. My article, which appeared on my personal blog, was an outgrowth of a New Republic story I wrote about the business of conspiracies, in which Zero Hedge plays a major role. Millions of readers visit Zero Hedge each month, drawn by the site’s deeply pessimistic view of Wall Street and its alarmist, conspiratorial take on international affairs. In the world according to Zero Hedge, the financial markets are always on the verge of collapse and the United States is always a power in decline.

Zero Hedge is often blamed for spreading false information. In February, Twitter permanently banned Zero Hedge’s account, which boasted more than 670,000 followers, for violating Twitter’s policy prohibiting fake accounts and spam—part of a crackdown that intensified in response to Russia’s use of social media to influence voters during the 2016 presidential election. Within hours of the ban, Zero Hedge posted a counternarrative on its site, asserting—falsely, according to Twitter—that it had been suspended over its conspiratorial, evidence-free claims that the coronavirus was a Chinese biological weapon that escaped from a lab in Wuhan, “accidentally or not.” Zero Hedge’s Twitter ban was big news, and the knee-jerk response by journalists to cover both sides further spread the bogus coronavirus conspiracy, which has continued to gain ground since Republican Senator Tom Cotton repeated it on Fox News. 

At first, I thought the criminal complaint was a joke. I couldn’t fathom why anyone would go to such lengths over a personal blog post that, at the time I received the complaint, had been read by little more than 100 people. The rambling email seemed paranoid, and it was rife with misspellings, including one for the word “comlpaint.” Ivandjiiski and his Bulgarian attorney refused to provide me a copy of the original, Bulgarian-language version of the complaint, leaving it unclear what laws I might have violated or even what country’s laws I might have stood charged with violating. Further checking, however, showed that a complaint had been lodged with the office of the Bulgarian prosecutor general.

In Bulgaria, the news that the publisher of Zero Hedge had filed a criminal complaint against an American journalist created a firestorm. I appeared on Bulgarian TV twice to answer questions, and the story was covered on multiple news sites. Journalists in Bulgaria were just as confused as I was about the criminal complaint. “Is this a common practice in the United States?” a journalist for a Bulgarian online publication asked me. No, it certainly is not. “Did you feel you were in danger?” a Bulgarian TV host asked me. Not really, though there was the possibility that I might have a Bulgarian court judgment hanging over my head. Still, an awful precedent could be set, so I decided to hire an attorney in Bulgaria and fight it.In Bulgaria, the news that the publisher of Zero Hedge had filed a criminal complaint against an American journalist created a firestorm.

Among the various “crimes” of which I stood accused was posting publicly available information that revealed Zero Hedge’s ties to Bulgaria. While Ivandjiiski’s son, Daniel, lives in an affluent northern New Jersey suburb, Zero Hedge’s domain was registered not in the U.S., but in Sofia. Court records revealed that Zero Hedge was owned by a company called ABC Media Ltd, a Bulgarian company whose sole manager was Krassimir Ivandjiiski. 

The Bulgarian connection intrigued me because Zero Hedge runs political news and commentary that “frequently echo the Kremlin line,” as a 2018 RAND Institute study put it. Among Zero Hedge’s most Russia-friendly fare were stories depicting the Mueller investigation as a hoax, pieces claiming that the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal was staged by British intelligence, and posts asserting that the Steele dossier was a work of “fanfiction” by internet trolls on 4chan. Andrew Weisburd, a private intelligence analyst who has done work for the U.S. intelligence community, has found that Zero Hedge is at the center of a web of conspiracy sites with spokes extending out into the darkest fringes of the internet. 

Zero Hedge takes a particular interest in the controversy surrounding Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a passenger jet that was shot down in Ukraine in 2014, killing all 298 people on board. A Dutch-led criminal investigation last year charged four people, three of whom had ties to Russian intelligence, with shooting down the plane. A few days after the criminal charges were filed, Zero Hedge published a story claiming, without evidence, that the U.S. was using the MH17 crash as a pretext for a NATO invasion of eastern Ukraine. An analysis by the Digital Forensic Research Lab, a project of the Atlantic Council, found that even though Zero Hedge is written in English, this disinformation narrative was picked up by Russian-language media, demonstrating “the synergy between conspiracy outlets in English and pro-Kremlin fringe media in Russian.”

A former Zero Hedge employee named Colin Lokey, who says he earned more than $100,000 in a year writing much of the site’s political content, claimed that he felt pressure to frame issues in a misleading way. “I tried to inject as much truth as I could into my posts, but there’s no room for it,” Lokey told Bloomberg in 2016. “Russia=good. Obama=idiot. Bashar al-Assad=benevolent leader. John Kerry=dunce. Vladimir Putin=greatest leader in the history of statecraft.” In its published reply, Zero Hedge blasted Lokey as “deranged” and said critics had falsely called the website a Russian disinformation outlet “simply because we refused to follow the pro-U.S. script.”

All this only made the criminal complaint against me more puzzling. Why file a criminal complaint, instead of a lawsuit, in Bulgaria? Why call attention to the site’s ties to Bulgaria, and possibly to Russia? And all for a post hardly anyone had read?

It was clear I had touched a nerve. But how? What had I stumbled into? 

The story of the criminal charges against me carried deeper meaning in Bulgaria, which is still coming to grips with its Communist past. Bulgaria today is a member of both NATO and the European Union, but it has close historic and cultural ties with Russia, which continues to cast a shadow over what had been one of its most loyal vassal states during the Cold War. In 2006, as Bulgaria prepared to formally join the EU, Vladimir Chizhov, Russia’s long-serving ambassador to the EU, said, “Bulgaria is in a good position to become our special partner, a sort of a Trojan horse in the EU.” Last year, authorities in Bulgaria charged a socialist lawmaker in an espionage investigation examining how Russia was using nongovernment organizations to influence the country’s policy to the West. As a result of the investigation, Konstantin Malofeev, a Russian billionaire and ultranationalist dubbed “Putin’s Soros,” was banned from the country.

“Bulgaria is working not as a country, not a state, but as a Russian base,” Ivo Indzhev, a well-regarded Bulgarian political blogger, told me. “They have plenty of people who are willing to work as proxies for the Russian state.” American ignorance of the country made it a perfect staging ground for Russia’s information war against the U.S. “Bulgaria is a nobody,” he said, “unknown to the general American public.”American ignorance of Bulgaria made it a perfect staging ground for Russia’s information war against the U.S.

Several sources with connections to the Bulgarian government told me that they suspected Zero Hedge may be a Trojan horse as well. “I trust it is a project of Bulgarian intelligence,” a former senior Bulgarian government official told me. “It is unlikely that they would embark on their own without the backing or funding from Moscow.” An academic who asked not to be named because of his ties to the government agreed, saying he saw the criminal complaint against me as proof of Zero Hedge’s connections to Moscow. “It is likely that Russians are the ones that have been affected,” he said. “And they may have goaded the Bulgarians in the circle that runs Zero Hedge to file a criminal complaint.”

The evidence for this was indirect and primarily stemmed from Krassimir Ivandjiiski’s past associations. “If you read carefully his career, you can see the possibilities of the KGB in the shadow of the mirror,” said Nikolay Hadjigenov, the attorney who represented me in Bulgaria.

After studying at an English-language school in Sofia and graduating from the Warsaw School of Economics in 1971, Ivandjiiski worked briefly in the Bulgarian ministry of foreign trade and served in the military before beginning his career as a journalist. The main mission of the Bulgarian press during Ivandjiiski’s days as a reporter was to disseminate Communist Party propaganda. Ivandjiiski’s online bio says he spent a dozen years abroad as a foreign correspondent and became a “special envoy” to various wars in Africa. Ivandjiiski also proudly informed me of his membership, since 1974, in the International Organization of Journalists, a front organization that a declassified CIA study described as “an instrumentality of Soviet propaganda.”

After the fall of the Soviet Union, Ivandjiiski became involved in a movement called Neutral Bulgaria that looked very much like a Russian proxy, since it shared with Moscow the goal of keeping the country “neutral”—meaning out of NATO. Ivandjiiski’s partner in Neutral Bulgaria was the son of a Communist general who played a key role in Bulgaria’s Cold War intelligence service, the Committee on State Security.  “We are talking the core of the core,” said the former senior government official.

Today, Ivandjiiski runs his own conspiracy website in Bulgaria called Strogo Sekretno (Top Secret). Another one of the “crimes” listed in the complaint against me was calling out Strogo Sekretno’s blatant anti-Semitism, such as a recent post that declared that the coronavirus was an act of bioterrorism by “colluding Zionists” in the West to weaken Russia and China. According to Ivandjiiski, this was an insult to him and his family of “anti-fascists,” which, I was told, reads as “faithful Communist” in Bulgaria.

Ivandjiiski never responded to requests for comment from me or from Bulgarian journalists who wrote stories about my case. On his website, he wrote that he had nothing to do with the KGB and threatened to sue anyone who asserts otherwise. It is nearly impossible to prove him wrong, as some 140,000 secret files on Bulgaria’s top Cold War agents have been destroyed, the former Bulgarian government official told me.

When I was a college student many years ago, someone passed me a copy of a magazine called Covert Action Information Bulletin. The magazine had been co-founded by a former CIA case officer, Phil Agee, who had turned against the agency. Covert Action Information Bulletin dedicated itself to exposing the CIA’s operations and personnel. For its first few issues, the magazine published an infamous “Naming Names” column that outed American spies, until Congress outlawed the practice in 1982 with what was popularly known as the “anti-Agee bill.”

I no longer recall the particulars of the issue I read, but the magazine reflected my nascent political beliefs, such as they were, during the first Bush administration. I was angry at the CIA, which I saw then as an evil force controlling world affairs and corporate media; as a result, I believed only people outside the mainstream could expose the truth. Decades later, while reading the revelations of a KGB defector, I learned how deeply I had been had. Files spirited out of Russia by Vasili Mitrokhin, a former archivist for the Russian intelligence service, claimed the magazine was founded “on the initiative of the KGB,” which assembled a task force to keep the publication supplied with material designed to compromise the CIA. (There was no evidence that the magazine’s staff was aware of the KGB’s role.)

It’s a cautionary tale for the disinformation wars of the internet age, or at least it should be. “Where does my news come from?” is a question not enough Americans are asking these days. Even as venerable newspapers collapse into bankruptcy and the FBI warns that Russia is poisoning our public discourse, popular sites like Zero Hedge continue to grow in power and influence. “Where does my news come from?” is a question not enough Americans are asking these days.

All of Zero Hedge’s posts are written under the nom de plume of “Tyler Durden,” the anti-establishment character played by Brad Pitt in the film Fight Club. “We believe that not only should you be comfortable with anonymous speech,” Zero Hedge contends in its “manifesto,” “but that you should be suspicious of any speech that isn’t.” For whatever reason, people seem to go along with this, and it’s a strange sight to see the name of a psychopathic character in a Chuck Palahniuk novel cited as a source in a Congressional Research Service report and a scholarly law review article, or introduced as a guest on Bloomberg radio. 

Neither Zero Hedge’s anonymity nor its Bulgarian connections and pro-Kremlin views have turned off some financially savvy readers. Mark B. Spiegel, a professional investor, praised the site for its “spectacular” market coverage but panned its take on foreign policy, which he said he ignores. “I consider ZH [Zero Hedge] to be a collection of great sources (the financial stuff) and bad sources (the foreign policy stuff),” he told me. “I consider The New York Times to be a collection of bad sources (pretty much the entire op-ed and national news sections) and great sources (the feature articles).” Many other financial professionals, however, dismiss the site as the Wall Street version of Infowars.

In Fight Club, Tyler Durden declares that “it’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything”—a sentiment that reflects the aborted career path of Zero Hedge’s founder, Dan Ivandjiiski. Born in Soviet-era Bulgaria, Ivandjiiski was something of a wunderkind. He spoke multiple languages, was a virtuoso pianist, and emigrated to the U.S. to attend the University of Pennsylvania with hopes of becoming a doctor. He changed his mind after graduation in 2001, when he realized how much money he could make on Wall Street. Seven years later, he was banned from the securities industry for earning $780 from an insider trade. He resigned his job at a hedge fund and, in early 2009, Zero Hedge was launched.

Ivandjiiski’s early vision for Zero Hedge was a version of the sassy Wall Street blog Dealbreaker,but with quantitative content. Ivandjiiski logged 20-hour days in the site’s early years. “He’s a machine,” says a person who knows him well. “That’s all he would do is work.” He took on paragons of the financial establishment like Goldman Sachs, and the site grew quickly as Ivandjiiski won praise for calling attention to the problem of high-frequency trading. New York magazine called him a “full-blown cult hero—a blogger with a bullet.” (Ivandjiiski did not respond to messages left by The New Republic seeking comment.)

Over the years, the site—and its audience—began to evolve. Zero Hedge runs an annual story on its most popular posts of the year, which shows that in 2013 social and ideological issues edged out finance as the site’s most-read articles. The audience grew rapidly over the next few years, with a single post about whiny millennials reaching 9.4 million readers. It was around this time that hateful, toxic views began to pollute the comments section. Zero Hedge’s discrimination notice says “racism, to include religious affiliation, will not be tolerated in ANY FORM on this site,” but that’s clearly not true, as the comments section is riddled with references to “joos” (Jews) and unmentionable words for African Americans. 

What Zero Hedge became, in essence, was a forum for the hateful, conspiracy-driven voices of the angry white men of the alt-right. Racists, anti-Semites, extreme right-wingers, and conspiracy nuts were an underserved audience, and, as it turns out, a profitable one. Steve Bannon, the former White House adviser who recently described himself as a “huge fan” of Zero Hedge, has largely built his career around the similar recognition that these overlooked masses represented an untapped well of anger that could be shaped into a powerful political force.

The synergy between Zero Hedge and the Trump era was made clear last year when Facebook temporarily banned the site. Rising to the site’s defense were political and media figures whose careers thrived on outrage: Nigel Farage, leader of the Brexit Party; Katie Hopkins, the openly bigoted British media figure; and Donald Trump Jr. (The ban was lifted after Facebook identified what it called a “mistake with our automation to detect spam.”)

“The censorship continues,” the president’s son wrote on Twitter. “[Facebook] doesn’t agree with them and they hit the platform’s obvious flaws at times. That’s it and it’s disgusting!”

“Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority,” reads the Zero Hedge “manifesto,” but a conversation with one of the site’s former employees made me realize that Zero Hedge’s anonymity and murky ties to Bulgaria might be hiding something else. What Zero Hedge became, in essence, was a forum for the hateful, conspiracy-driven voices of the angry white men of the alt-right.

I had noticed that a few months after Zero Hedge launched, Daniel Ivandjiiski quietly registered the domain “zerohedge.com” overseas—first in Lichtenstein and Switzerland, two countries known for financial secrecy, then in Bulgaria in 2011, according to records compiled by domaintools.com.

I asked the former employee what this was all about. “Dan didn’t want to have the U.S. looking at anything he’s doing,” the former employee said. I thought that this meant that the younger Ivandjiiski was nervous about the FBI or U.S. intelligence agencies tracking his actions, but I was mistaken; Ivandjiiski didn’t want the government to know how many people visited his site because that would give away how much money he was making. “Five years ago, that thing had to be kicking off millions of dollars in revenue,” the former employee continued. “If you look at Dan’s tax returns, I’d bet there’s nowhere near a million dollars in revenue.”

Dan Ivandjiiski’s father, Krassimir, gave the game away when he accused me of acting as an unnamed person’s agent to exert pressure on a court in New Jersey. In his list of demands on the final page, he said I was to hand over the names of the people with which he believed I was conspiring. The purported object of this conspiracy was a divorce case in Bergen County, New Jersey, that I had not previously known about, brought by a plaintiff I have never met or spoken to, who turned out to be his estranged daughter-in-law.   

Dan Ivandjiiski’s wife filed for divorce in 2018, citing irreconcilable differences that stemmed in part from her husband’s slavish devotion to his website.  The couple are battling over custody of their one child, alimony, and child support.  Court papers, released to The New Republic under a media request, suggest that Zero Hedge paid the bills on the couple’s luxurious lifestyle (one that the fictional Tyler Durden would have no doubt abhorred), which included a $2.3 million mansion. In her complaint, Ivandjiiski’s estranged wife, Blair Kress, stated that she had inadequate means of support for herself and the couple’s only child or even funds to pay her divorce lawyer. (Her husband disputed this claim.) Attorneys for both parties either declined to discuss the case or did not return messages seeking comment.

While Zero Hedge isn’t mentioned in the court documents that I’ve seen, the website, and the money it generates, are an issue in the case. In his email informing me of a criminal complaint filed against me in Bulgaria, Ivandjiiski’s father had accused me of illegally stealing documents from his son’s divorce case—including Zero Hedge’s parent company’s registration in Bulgaria—that are protected under Bulgaria’s Personal Data Protection Act and European Union laws. This was false, but one of the hazards of writing about the business of conspiracy websites is that you occasionally find yourself cast as a central character in another person’s conspiracy.

The reason is that money, not ideology, is what drives Ivandjiiski and other successful entrepreneurs in the burgeoning conspiracy business.“They care what generates page views. Clicks. Money,” Colin Lokey, the former Zero Hedge employee, told Bloomberg. Ivandjiiski’s personal beliefs have little to do with the site’s content.He may believe with 2 percent of his body that everything’s going to blow up,” another former employee told me, “but the other 98 percent knows this is what makes money.” Another person who knows him well says, “He’ll write about what brings in readers.”

Zero Hedge says it has been profitable from day one, but how much money the site makes is a closely guarded secret. Dan Ivandjiiski took the unusual step of requiring his wife to sign a nondisclosure agreement during the divorce to prevent disclosure of Zero Hedge’s business secrets “That’s how he is. He’s very secretive,” says the person who knows him well, adding that leaving Wall Street to start Zero Hedge may have been an even more lucrative career path. In a sign of just how profitable the site might be, Daniel Ivandjiiski and his wife paid off a $1.7 million mortgage on their New Jersey home in less than two years.

It may very well be true, as Zero Hedge claims, that it has never been in contact with anyone from Russia, the U.S., or any government.At the same time, it may also be true that Zero Hedge is, for all intents and purposes, a Russian disinformation operation. In the bizarre world of conspiracies and disinformation, both things can be true at once. The warped incentives of the internet drive sites like Zero Hedge to publish pro-Kremlin content without any help from Vladimir Putin. If conspiracies and pro-Russia propaganda keep the audience clicking on the ads that festoon Zero Hedge, then that’s what they get. This is the future we are careening toward: a world where the “news” becomes whatever material holds readers’ attention, no matter what it is, and is delivered by a machine that doesn’t distinguish between true and false or between facts and propaganda, so long as it maximizes revenue. It’s the cold logic of the markets applied to publishing.

After a district prosecutor in Bulgaria declined to press charges against me, finding insufficient evidence that I had committed a crime, I realized what had sparked the criminal complaint was not Russian or Bulgarian intelligence operations, but something much closer to home: I had threatened the golden goose. Tyler Durden wasn’t defined by how much money he had in the bank or what was in his wallet, but Dan Ivandjiiski, the man who has made a fortune writing anti-establishment posts under his name, very much is.


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Deletion of Some Online Accounts

I am not sure if this “deletion service” is legitimate, but I thought it worthwhile in trying to delete some accounts. I am also going to start some accounts with my real name.

Some of you that follow me on social media are going to find some accounts deleted.

The site is Your Digital Right.org


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A deletion request has been copied to the clipboard, all you need to do is paste it in an email, reivew it, and click Send. Organizations have 45 days to comply, and may ask you for additional information to help identify you in their systems.

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To the Attention of the Privacy Department / Data Protection Officer / Legal Department of ZeroHedge (zerohedge.com),

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verify deletion by return email, thanks!

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To the extent that you rely on consent to process my personal data, I withdraw that consent. To the extent that you rely on your ‘legitimate interest’ to process my personal data, I object to the processing as there are no overriding legitimate grounds.

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Jews by Biden


(JTA) — President-elect Joe Biden filled the months before Inauguration Day lining up a slate of Cabinet secretaries, assistants and advisors, many of them Jewish. Biden’s choices reflect a diverse cross-section of American Jewry and possess expertise gleaned from decades of experience in government, science and medicine and law. Here’s a rundown of the Jewish names you should know as the Biden administration begins. Athony Blinken, Secretary of State Secretary of state nominee Tony Blinken speaks at a Cabinet announcement event in Wilmington, Del., as President-elect Joe Biden looks on, Nov. 24, 2020. (Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images) Blinken, a longtime Biden advisor with an extensive diplomacy resume, is the stepson of a Holocaust survivor whose stories shaped his worldview and subsequently his policy decisions, including in the Middle East. He holds mainstream Democratic views about Israel and said during his confirmation hearing Tuesday that he wants the U.S. to reenter the Iran nuclear deal — and that he would consult with Israel on Iran policy. David Cohen, CIA Deputy Director David Cohen, seen here at a Capitol Hill hearing on Iran sanctions in 2011, was named to the No. 2 position at the Central Intelligence Agency. (Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images) Cohen, who has long been involved in Jewish causes and issues, will occupy the job he held under President Barack Obama. He does not require confirmation, meaning that Biden’s CIA has a top expert in Iran issues from Day One. Merrick Garland, Attorney General Merrick Garland, shown here in 2016, has been nominated to be the next attorney general. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Merrick Garland shown in 2016, has been nominated to be the next attorney general. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Garland was blocked from joining the Supreme Court in the last year of the Obama administration. Now, he’ll require Senate confirmation to become the country’s top lawyer. In his speech after being nominated, he credited his grandparents, who fled anti-Semitism in Europe before coming to the U.S. Avril Haines, Director of National Intelligence Nominee for Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines testifies at her confirmation hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Jan. 19, 2021. (Melina Mara-Pool/Getty Images) Haines was deputy director of the CIA under Obama and Biden reportedly considered her to run that agency. Her mother was the Jewish painter Adrian Rappin (originally Rappaport), and her non-Jewish father once wrote in an account about a trip with Haines to Israel that the nominee identifies as Jewish. Ronald Klain, Chief of Staff Ron Klain, then President Obama’s “ebola czar,” in Washington, D.C., Jan. 13, 2015. (Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post/Getty Images) Klain, a longtime Biden who was the president-elect’s first major appointment in November, was previously chief of staff to Biden in his vice president days and to Vice President Al Gore. He has maintained ties with his childhood synagogue in Indianapolis, where he famously learned multiple Torah portions for his bar mitzvah, and has spoken about his commitment to raising Jewish children. Eric Lander, Office of Science and Technology Policy director Eric Lander, a renowned geneticist, will lead the Office of Science and Technology Policy. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Lander, a leading geneticist, will require Senate confirmation after Biden elevated his position to the Cabinet level. After he was criticized for toasting James Watson, the scientist who is credited with discovering the shape of DNA and who also expressed racist and sexist views, Lander said he, too, had been the subject of anti-Semitic comments by Watson. Rachel Levine, deputy health secretary Rachel Levine in Harrisburg, Penn., May 16, 2016. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post via Getty Images) Levine, raised in a Conservative Jewish home in Massachusetts, is Pennsylvania’s health secretary. She is the first known transgender person to be nominated for a position that requires Senate confirmation. Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas Alejandro Mayorkas, then deputy secretary of Homeland Security, addresses the Orthodox Union at a conference in Washington, Sept. 21, 2016. (Orthodox Union) Mayorkas, 60, the deputy secretary of Homeland Security under President Barack Obama, was born in Cuba to a Cuban Jewish father and Romanian Jewish mother who survived the Holocaust. He has worked closely with Jewish groups and spoken often about the specific threats facing American Jews. An array of Jewish groups sought a swift confirmation given the threat of extremist violence surrounding the presidential transition, but a Republican senator who supported overturning the election results blocked that possibility on Tuesday. Anne Neuberger, National Security Agency cybersecurity director Anne Neuberger Anne Neuberger attended an Orthodox Jewish day school for girls in Brooklyn. (National Security Agency) An Orthodox Jew originally from Brooklyn and educated through college in Orthodox schools, Neuberger has worked at the NSA for more than a decade. She helped establish the U.S. Cyber Command and worked as chief risk officer, where she led the agency’s election security efforts for the 2018 midterms. Wendy Sherman, deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman was the top U.S. negotiator in the world powers’ nuclear talks with Iran. (Eric Bridiers/U.S. Mission Geneva) Sherman was the lead negotiator for the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and took the lead in advocating for the agreement with the Jewish and pro-Israel communities, later describing tensions with Israel and some American Jewish groups over the deal as “very, very painful.” She has also played a role in hewing the Democratic Party platform to traditional pro-Israel lines. Janet Yellen, Treasury secretary Janet Yellen Janet Yellen speaks during a briefing at the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C., Dec. 13, 2017. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images) Yellen already made history as the first woman chair of the Federal Reserve, but now she has been appointed to be the first female Treasury secretary. The respected centrist was one of three Jews featured in a 2016 Trump attack ad that reflected longstanding anti-Semitic tropes. Share this:

Thank you for providing the information. It seems you’ve shared a list of individuals of Jewish heritage who were appointed to key roles in the Biden administration. Here’s a summary of the names and their respective positions:

  1. Anthony Blinken – Secretary of State
  2. David Cohen – CIA Deputy Director
  3. Merrick Garland – Attorney General
  4. Avril Haines – Director of National Intelligence
  5. Ronald Klain – Chief of Staff
  6. Eric Lander – Office of Science and Technology Policy Director
  7. Rachel Levine – Deputy Health Secretary
  8. Alejandro Mayorkas – Secretary of Homeland Security
  9. Anne Neuberger – National Security Agency Cybersecurity Director
  10. Wendy Sherman – Deputy Secretary of State
  11. Janet Yellen – Treasury Secretary

These individuals come from diverse backgrounds and have extensive experience in various fields. If you have any specific questions about any of them or if you’d like more information on a particular person, feel free to ask.


FULL Secret Recording of Maui PD Commanders Meeting!

Full Meeting

Partial transcription by Brush

Hello to all Truth Seekers and Independent Investigators. An anonymous source from Maui PD has now come forward, with secret recordings of the 1st Commanders Meeting!

This meeting took place in December 2021, over a year and a half BEFORE 8/8. In this video, you’ll hear every quote from the meeting, including the following:

Terry Jones: “This isn’t who I invited.”

Terry Jones: “They’re commanders”,

Charles Hank: “Hold on, I don’t wanna talk with you. Please, I’m talkin’ to the chief.”

(Lieutenants are dismissed)

Pelletier: “The folks I excused is because I have their captains here.”

Introductions begin, including but not limited to:

Alana Pico, Information Specialist, introduces herself (To control the message) Terry Jones, Secretary to the Chief, introduces herself Ricky Uedoi,

Captain of Internal Affairs, introduces himself Captain Keola Tom introduces himself (he will replace Ricky 1 month before leaving for the FBI, and he’s currently already back at MPD)

Melissa Magonigle, Human Resources Director, introduces herself (She now has a substantiated claim against Pelletier that will eventually win in court!)

Moana Lutey, Corporation Counsel Attorney (To prevent the department from getting sued)

Sgt. Christina Bonacorsi, soon to be Chief of Staff to Pelletier, introduces herself

Charles Hank “The Shank” introduces himself (for awhile) Pelletier introduces himself, and barely mentions the “1 October” incident in Las Vegas, but does include another active shooter on his FIRST DAY as captain on the Vegas strip…

Pelletier uses the leg analogy (again)

Pelletier talks about drones

Pelletier is projecting about corruption, and mentions his model agency for the nation (again)

Pelletier’s lays out his strategic plan

Pelletier will allow Corporation Counsel attorney Moana Lutey to attend monthly command meetings, to prevent them from getting sued Pelletier’s “Filet” quote:

“So, let me make it real clear, I’m the administration, we know this” “I will not tolerate insubordination. I understand where it falls in codes of conduct and I understand how severe it can be, and anybody that is grossly insubordinate will not leave in good standing.

I will not have it, I just won’t. I will not have individuals or groups undermining the administration. That’s all I’m gonna say on it. I think everybody knows exactly what I’m saying, but please do not be the one I make the example out of first, because I will FILET the first one, and then everybody will understand very quickly what I mean.”

Pelletier talks about “controlling the message”, by assigning Alana Pico to the Deputy Chief as an “information specialist”.

All memos will go through her as the “gatekeeper”, and also talks about getting the story straight during a “CRITICAL EVENT”.

Pelletier assigns a “coach and mentor”, Sgt. Christina Bonacorsi, as his Chief of Staff via Special assignment, and gives her authority over the other commanders. (Assignments begin, and Captain Ricky Uedoi of Internal Affairs is transferred off island)

Pelletier “Ricky you’re going to Molokai” (To be replaced by Keola Tom, who is already leaving for the FBI in 1 month, when Internal Affairs will be left vacant for Deputy Hank to cover, which is about as much of a conflict of interest as the Chief also being Coroner.)

Hank: “Any questions on assignments for the chief before I start talking?” Ricky: “I disagree with my assignment” Pelletier: “I don’t care!”

Hank: “Well talk, hold on, hold on. So it was questions, not your opinion, ok?” (There’s a question about when ‘Captain Tom’ goes to the FBI, who will cover Internal Affairs?

It is explained that Deputy Hank will cover the vacant Internal Affairs position.)

Pelletier: “Ricky we’re gonna talk in my office.”


Maui;s Top Cop Pelletier, Chief of the Vegas Debacle, Recorded in Secret in Maui

Hat Tip to miss Frill

Brush Junkie continues to knock it out of the Park. I also posted a full meeting, a year and a half before the 8/8 Lahaina Massacre. I wish to get an AI to provide the full transcript. See article above this one.

Hello to all Truth Seekers and Independent Investigators. Retired Assistant Police Chief Clyde Holokai secretly recorded his first private meeting with newly (s)elected Chief John Pelletier and Deputy Charles Hank (The Shank). In this tape, Clyde is basically being interrogated by Hank and Pelletier for rumors they heard about him from other officers. Clyde doesn’t back down though, and even tells them what he heard about them as well, putting them on notice about how if they’re crooked cops he’s “gonna be their worst enemy”.

Highlights: Pelletier: “I’m not gonna candy coat some of this. The administration is me. The administration is me, and we all march to the same drum, and if I have somebody that’s gonna go against the administration, that’s not gonna go very well for them, you know, and I don’t like the, bu11$h!+, and let’s be very clear, I know all about it.

And so, I aint havin’ it.” Clyde: “There’s no bu11$h!+, Chief. Secondly this is what I heard and I’m bringing it up, I’m not pointing the guy out but the guy in this room said it. Ok? This is what I heard, and it’s gotta stop, we are the leaders of this department.”

Hank (The Shank): “Said about you or about him?” Clyde: “About me.”

Hank (The Shank): “What did they say about you?” Clyde: “They said, that they’re gonna work with him [Pelletier] to remove me from my position. I know, I know!”

Hank (The Shank): “His [Pelletier’s] desire is to make this the model agency, not just for the islands, but for the whole country”

Hank (The Shank) to Clyde: “I’ma just keep it real. What I heard about you, What I heard about you. I heard you were comin’ for us, that you were trying to take us down.”

Clyde: “I’m glad you are, I’m sure you guys did hear that.”

Clyde: “It’s been brought up that we’ve all heard things about each other. In the spirit of love moving forward, unity, lets all agree to just judge each other on what we see right from here.

I know who you guys have been talking to people, and this is me; you work and I’ll be your best friend, you don’t work or you’re a crooked cop, I’m gonna be your worst enemy.

You look at my record, it speaks for itself. We’ve gone after, when I was a cop in the city, we put away plenty cops who was dirty, and I hated it, but I’ll do it again.”

Pelletier: “I waited till November, uh, till the final, uh uh confirmation meeting took place before I had set this up, and I know that there was a shake up. I’m not, let’s not sit here and (be like) ‘what does this mean’ and you know it’s, uh, I get it.

I do get it.” Hank: “We had this even come to us with the 3 guys comin’ to Vegas when we had coffee and this was brought up, and uh here’s what was really bothering me, cuz I was just getting on board, and as I start lookin’ at the Maui news and stuff like that,

you guys just caught this knucklehead again, you know the 2nd time with the ‘kiki uh, operation, got him again, and like so guess what, what do they keep doing?

They keep associating him with us, so the public’s perception is that he’s still with us, as though he’s with Maui PD, and he’s not with us.”


Let’s Take A Look Back At Zionism / Zion from a Biblical Perspective

stock here, You AI generated this “research”

Zionism is a political and ideological movement that emerged in the late 19th century with the aim of establishing and maintaining a Jewish homeland in the historic land of Israel, known as Zion. The movement was led by Jewish intellectuals and activists who sought to address the socio-political challenges faced by Jewish communities around the world.

The comment you mentioned brings up some historical references related to the early establishment of Israel as a nation and the conflicts that arose from it. It mentions Joshua, a biblical figure who was given the task of exterminating the Amalekites, a rival tribe, but failed to fully accomplish it. This failure is said to have led to the rise of the Philistines, who produced Goliath of Gath and his brothers. The mention of “six fingers and toes” refers to a biblical account that describes certain descendants of the Philistines as having this physical trait.

The comment also alludes to the ongoing conflict between different tribes and the question of who should be considered the true prophetic inheritors of Zion. This refers to the inheritance promised by Jacob (also known as Israel) to his son Judah on his deathbed, as described in the Bible.

It is worth noting that the comment reflects a specific interpretation of historical and biblical events, and there are varying perspectives and understandings when it comes to Zionism and the history of Israel.

The coordinates of Mount Zion

Mount Zion Zoomed out

Zoomed out further, Zion Mountain, seems to the be center of the area with green mountains to the west and arid mountains to the east

LOL Zion to the Sea

Zion to the Gaza Strip

The whole region

stock here: Seems like Wikipedia and AI like to make Zion seem very vague, hmmmmm

The question of who the real prophetic inheritors of Zion are can have various interpretations and perspectives. Here are some possible answers:

  1. Jewish Perspective: From a Jewish perspective, Zion is often associated with Jerusalem and the land of Israel. In this view, the Jewish people, as descendants of the ancient Israelites, are considered the inheritors of Zion. The establishment of the modern state of Israel in 1948 is seen by many as a fulfillment of the Zionist movement’s goal of creating a Jewish homeland.
  2. Christian Perspective: In Christianity, Zion can have different meanings depending on the interpretation. Some Christians view Zion as a symbol of God’s kingdom on Earth, associated with righteousness, justice, and the reign of the Messiah. Others see Zion as a spiritual concept, representing the heavenly Jerusalem and the assembly of believers in Christ.
  3. Latter Day Saints Perspective: Within the Latter Day Saints movement, Zion is often associated with a community of righteous individuals who practice communitarian economics and strive for unity. The concept of Zion is connected to the belief in the Second Coming of Christ and the establishment of a theodemocratic government.
  4. Metaphorical Interpretation: Zion can also be understood metaphorically as a representation of the people of Israel or the chosen people of God. It symbolizes the loving and caring relationship between God and His chosen people, as described in the Old Testament.

Hawaii Supreme Court Insurectingly Rules Your 2A Rights Mean Nothing Because of “Aloha”

my oh my.

A friend is actually taking on the system, pro se. Corruption is rampant, and its another uniparty example that no one cares as long as they keep their power and privilege.


Weinstein, Stepping Away From Dark Horse, And Performing Significant Reporting

You can hate on Alex Jones, he is a “player” that is easy to hate. I guess that is part of his appeal. He received a $1B fine in court for saying that some kids did not die at Sandy Hook. So it is obviously all theater.

These guys bring up an important point that I am trying to have go viral, this is an outlet that can promote that goal. The concept of the Classic Liberal compare to the work Neo-Liberal.



stock here, some comments on substacks are just excellent.


Chiadrum4 hrs ago

Important facts to add to that list:Sweden had an 80% SURVIVAL rate for ICU patients in 2020. We had an 80-90% DEATH rate. Trials of early treatment protocols were deliberately designed to fail and in the case of Hydroxy, the patients were literally murdered, given toxic doses intentionally.

The Lancet had to immediately retract that garbage study, but the damage was done.

The headline went out that Hydroxy is a killer.

No one ever heard about the correction. Ivermectin trials were rigged to fail and STILL showed a mortality benefit.

Hydroxy went from over the counter in France to BANNED in January 2020, before human to human transmission was even confirmed.

Attorney Ralph Lodrigo sued a Houston hospital and won dozens of lawsuits for ICU patients who were demanding Ivermectin. Nearly all survived despite being on ventilators for weeks while the court cases were argued.

The WHO published the raging success story of Uttar Pradesh, citing preventative treatment as a huge success. They failed to mention that Ivermectin was part of that package.

And continued to force vaccination rather than suggest using Uttar Pradesh as a blueprint for the rest of the world.

The FDA lowered the already egregiously low standard of 75% mRNA purity for a large batch of Pfizer jabs to 55% so that the batch would not have to be disposed of.

Pfizer told its stockholders in January 2022 that full approval would NEVER happen due to the frequency of serious adverse events. The cherry on top is that every “containment action” that was taken was IMHO designed to completely destroy the possibility of herd immunity forever.

This was intentional and highly successful.

Weinstein, Stepping Away From Dark Horse, And Performing Significant Reporting

stock here: I have 2 concepts that I intend to put effort into making them go viral, 2 weeks ago, my goal was 2 weeks. So far I have failed, but there is some traction.

These concepts are definitely not commonplace at this time, but I ask you to help spread the word. We will have a better place when these concepts are widely dispersed.

  1. There is a personality type that was labelled maybe a hundred some years ago as “Liberal”, maybe beginning with John Locke even. Individual rights, limited government, rule of law, free markets, personal freedom, freedom of speech. My idea is that these people also operate quite a bit with “feelings” and care of others.
  2. I have quite some time ago dubbed this as a Classical Liberal.
  3. There is another group that leans towards a more authoritarian approach to things, perhaps even some of these people are on power trips, control of others is a main driver in their pysche. Many would agree with me that this can be called “the left”.
  4. The “Left” have used the good heartedness of the Classical Liberal, and infiltrated them with a series of little lies, that has grown into the current massive lies of the Neo-Liberal into promoting that mutilation of children, and murder of babies in the womb up to the minute before birth is the caring feeling way to go about life.
  5. OK Items 1 to 4 above need to be promoted in a way that who have been captured, can see how they are being used in ways exactly against their basic nature.
  6. Here is a summary of what we all need to stop. Stop using the term “liberal”. It must only be used as Classical Liberal, or Neo-Liberal and understood that Neo-Liberal is a transformed form which is very much like “The Left”

AI, Clinton, Kissinger, and Fukushima

What kind of advice did Clinton get from Kissinger in 3 specific events, and also a 4th being discussion with japan after Fukushima and the USA deicsion to buy their agriculture without radioactive testing

Based on the available search results, there is limited information specifically detailing three specific events where Henry Kissinger provided advice to Hillary Clinton. However, it is known that Hillary Clinton has mentioned her connection to Kissinger and has praised his tenure at the State Department. Kissinger has also been known to offer his views and ideas to various politicians, including Clinton, as well as other secretaries of state such as Condoleezza Rice, John Kerry, and Mike Pompeo.

It is worth noting that Kissinger’s involvement and advice to political figures may vary and can be subject to interpretation. The specific details of their discussions and any advice given would likely be known only to those involved.

Regarding the discussion with Japan after the Fukushima nuclear disaster and the alleged decision to purchase radioactive food without testing, there is a claim in one of the search results that Kissinger advised Clinton on this matter. However, it is important to note that this claim is not widely supported or substantiated by multiple sources. It is advisable to consult more comprehensive and reliable sources for a complete understanding of the events and decisions related to the Fukushima disaster.

Remember, the information provided is based on available search results, and the specific details of Kissinger’s advice to Clinton in these events may require further research or consultation of primary sources.

Let me know if there’s anything else I can assist you with!


Sunnis and Shiites, A Backgrounded, Plus Hamas and Palestine

quick research from You AI

The division between Sunnis and Shiites is an ancient schism within Islam. While they share many fundamental beliefs and practices, there are differences in doctrine, ritual, law, theology, and religious organization. Here are some prime characteristics of Sunnis and Shiites:


  • The majority of the world’s Muslims are Sunnis, estimated to be between 85% and 90% of the global Muslim population.
  • Sunnis consider themselves the orthodox branch of Islam.
  • They believe that the position of Caliph should be elected by the religious leaders of the Islamic community, rather than dependent on direct lineage from Prophet Muhammad.
  • Sunni Islam is prevalent in countries like Egypt, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia, where Sunnis make up a significant majority of the population.


  • Shiites are the second-largest branch of Islam, making up around 10% to 15% of the global Muslim population.
  • They consider certain direct descendants of Ali, the cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad, as infallible and the true inheritors of Muhammad’s leadership.
  • Shiites believe in the concept of Imams, who are considered spiritual and political successors to Prophet Muhammad. The line of Imams ended with the 12th Imam, who is believed to be in hiding and will reemerge as the Mahdi or Messiah in the future.
  • Shiites are predominantly found in countries like Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon.

In the context of Palestine and the Gaza Strip:

  • The population of the Gaza Strip is predominantly Muslim and overwhelmingly Sunni. Over 99% of the population in the Gaza Strip is Muslim, with a small percentage of Christians.
  • Hamas, the ruling authority in the Gaza Strip, is a predominantly Sunni organization. It is the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, which shares a common set of values with Iran despite the historical divide between Sunnis and Shiites

. While there have been reports of individuals in Gaza converting to Shiism, the number of Shiites in Gaza is limited, and Hamas has taken measures to address this phenomenon discreetly

  • .

Regarding your question about Arabs, it is important to note that not all Arabs are Muslims. The Arab world consists of diverse religious communities, including Muslims, Christians, Druze, and others. While Islam is the predominant religion in many Arab countries, it is not the exclusive religion of all Arabs.

Based on the available search results, here is a breakdown of religious affiliation in selected countries in the Middle East and North Africa:

  1. Egypt:
    • Predominantly Sunni Muslim, with estimates ranging from 85% to 90% of the population identifying as Sunni.
    • A small Christian minority, primarily Coptic Christians, comprising around 10% to 15% of the population.
  2. Iran:
    • Predominantly Shiite Muslim, with estimates ranging from 90% to 95% of the population identifying as Shiite.
    • A small Sunni Muslim minority, comprising around 5% to 10% of the population.
    • There are also small communities of Christians, Jews, and other religious groups.
  3. Iraq:
    • Predominantly Shiite Muslim, with estimates ranging from 60% to 65% of the population identifying as Shiite.
    • A significant Sunni Muslim minority, comprising around 35% to 40% of the population.
    • There are also small communities of Christians, Yazidis, and other religious groups.
  4. Saudi Arabia:
    • Predominantly Sunni Muslim, with estimates ranging from 85% to 90% of the population identifying as Sunni.
    • A small Shiite Muslim minority, comprising around 10% to 15% of the population.
    • There are also small communities of Christians, Hindus, and other religious groups, but they are primarily expatriates.
  5. Syria:
    • Predominantly Sunni Muslim, with estimates ranging from 70% to 75% of the population identifying as Sunni.
    • A significant Shiite Muslim minority, comprising around 10% to 15% of the population, primarily Alawites.
    • There are also small communities of Christians, Druze, and other religious groups.
  6. Tunisia:
    • Predominantly Sunni Muslim, with estimates ranging from 95% to 99% of the population identifying as Sunni.
    • There are also small communities of Christians and Jews.

It is said that as long as there are legitimate grievances in Palestine, that there will always be a Hamas or similar resistance group

some more You AI

There are differing perspectives on the legitimacy and motivations of Hamas as a resistance group. While some view Hamas as a legitimate resistance movement fighting against perceived Israeli occupation and injustices, others consider it a terrorist organization. It is important to note that the views expressed here are not an endorsement of any particular perspective but rather an attempt to provide a balanced understanding of the topic.

Hamas, officially known as the Islamic Resistance Movement, is an Islamist militant group and one of the major political parties in the Palestinian territories, particularly in the Gaza Strip. It was founded in 1987 as an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood and has since been involved in armed resistance against Israel. Hamas rejects the recognition of Israel and seeks to establish an independent Islamic state in historical Palestine.

Supporters of Hamas argue that the group’s actions are driven by legitimate grievances, including the Israeli occupation, settlement expansion, and perceived violations of Palestinian rights. They view Hamas as a resistance movement fighting for self-determination and the liberation of Palestinian territories. Some argue that as long as these grievances persist, there will always be groups like Hamas.

Critics, on the other hand, view Hamas as a terrorist organization due to its use of violence, including acts of terrorism, against Israeli civilians. They argue that Hamas’s refusal to recognize Israel’s right to exist and its rejection of previous peace agreements undermine the prospects for a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

It is important to approach this topic with sensitivity and consider multiple perspectives. The information provided here is based on available sources and does not represent a definitive stance on the matter.


Let’s Talk About Zionism

Zionism is a multifaceted term that has evolved over time. It originated in the late 19th century as a political movement advocating for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. The term “Zionism” is derived from Zion, a hill in Jerusalem that holds religious significance in Judaism. The movement aimed to address the historical persecution and displacement of Jewish communities and to create a safe haven for Jews.

The concept of Zionism has undergone various interpretations and developments throughout history. Initially, it focused on the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine, with an emphasis on Jewish self-determination and the return to the ancestral homeland. This vision was influenced by factors such as rising anti-Semitism, Jewish nationalism, and the desire for a national identity.

Over time, different branches of Zionism emerged, each with its own perspectives and goals. For example, political Zionism, associated with figures like Theodor Herzl, focused on achieving international recognition and support for the establishment of a Jewish state. Cultural Zionism, represented by figures like Ahad Ha’am, emphasized the revival of Jewish culture and the development of a spiritual and intellectual center in Palestine.

It is important to note that Zionism has been a subject of debate and criticism. Some critics argue that it led to the displacement of Palestinian Arabs and the establishment of the State of Israel, resulting in ongoing conflicts in the region. Others view Zionism as a legitimate expression of Jewish self-determination and a response to historical persecution.

The understanding and interpretation of Zionism can vary among individuals and groups. It is essential to consider different perspectives and engage in informed discussions to gain a comprehensive understanding of this complex topic.

There have been numerous influential figures associated with Zionism throughout history. Here are some notable individuals:

  1. Theodor Herzl: Considered the father of modern political Zionism, Herzl initiated the convening of the first Zionist Congress in 1897 and played a crucial role in establishing the Zionist Organization.
  2. Chaim Weizmann: Weizmann, a renowned scientist, led efforts to obtain the Balfour Declaration in 1917, which expressed British support for the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine. He later became the first president of Israel.
  3. Louis Brandeis: Brandeis, an American jurist, was a prominent advocate for Zionism. He played a significant role in shaping American public opinion in support of the Zionist cause.
  4. Henrietta Szold: Szold was a key figure in the Zionist movement and the founder of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America. She made significant contributions to education and healthcare in Palestine.
  5. Ze’ev Jabotinsky: Jabotinsky was a prominent leader of the Revisionist Zionist movement. He advocated for a more militant approach to achieving Zionist goals and founded the Betar youth movement.
  6. Golda Meir: Meir, born in Ukraine, became the fourth Prime Minister of Israel and played a crucial role in the establishment and development of the country. She was a prominent figure in international diplomacy and a strong advocate for Zionism.
  7. David Ben-Gurion: Ben-Gurion was the primary founder and the first Prime Minister of Israel. He played a pivotal role in the establishment of the state and the development of its institutions.

The United States provides significant aid to Israel for various reasons, including historical commitments, strategic alliances, shared values, and mutual interests. The aid package includes both military and economic assistance. Here are some key points to consider:

  1. Strategic Ally: The United States sees Israel as a crucial strategic ally in the Middle East. The two countries share intelligence, conduct military drills together, and cooperate on various security matters


Historical Commitments: The U.S. has a long-standing commitment to supporting Israel, dating back to its support for the creation of the Jewish state in 1948 . Over the years, both Republican and Democratic administrations, as well as bipartisan leaders in Congress, have approved aid to Israel


Military Cooperation: The U.S. aid to Israel has helped it develop one of the most advanced militaries in the Middle East. The assistance has supported the modernization of Israel’s aircraft fleet and the maintenance of its missile defense system


Shared Values and Interests: The United States and Israel share democratic values and have common interests in the region. The aid to Israel is seen as a way to promote stability, security, and peace in the Middle East


Economic Ties: The U.S. and Israel also have strong economic ties, with significant trade between the two countries. The aid provided by the U.S. has helped support Israel’s economy and foster economic cooperation

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It is worth noting that the topic of U.S. aid to Israel is a subject of debate and differing opinions. Some argue that the aid is essential for Israel’s security and stability, while others question the amount and allocation of the aid, considering factors such as U.S. budgetary constraints and the economic capabilities of Israel .

Here are the last 5 times that the United States and Israel conducted joint military drills:

  1. Juniper Oak 23: In January 2023, the United States and Israel conducted the largest-ever joint exercise between their militaries. The drill involved thousands of forces, a dozen ships, and 142 aircraft, including nuclear-capable bombers


Intrepid Maven: In February 2024, the U.S. Marines held a 10-day-long joint exercise with the Israel Defense Forces. The drill focused on enhancing cooperation and coordination between the two forces


Juniper Oak 2023: In late 2023, the U.S. and Israel conducted a major drill known as Juniper Oak. It was described as the first in a series of planned drills and aimed to simulate long-range operational scenarios and long-distance flights


Exercise Juniper Oak: In February 2022, the U.S. and Israel launched a massive joint military exercise. The exercise involved a significant number of personnel, aircraft, and ships, and aimed to demonstrate the integration and capabilities of the two forces


Exercise Juniper Oak 23.2: In 2022, the U.S. and Israel concluded exercise Juniper Oak 23.2. It was the largest-ever U.S.-Israel partnered exercise in history and involved the integration of advanced fighter assets, live-fire exercises, and the participation of thousands of troops

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Please note that the information provided is based on search results and may not include all recent joint military drills between the U.S. and Israel.

The trade relationship between Israel and the United States is significant and covers various sectors. Here is some information about the amount and categories of trade between the two countries:

  1. Total Trade: In 2021, Israel exported goods worth $17 billion to the United States, while the United States exported goods worth $10.5 billion to Israel


Israeli Exports to the United States: The main products that Israel exports to the United States include diamonds, packaged medicaments, and medical instruments . Additionally, Israel also exports services to the United States, with computer and information services being a significant category


U.S. Exports to Israel: The United States exports a variety of products to Israel, including diamonds, integrated circuits, and cars . In terms of services, the United States exports services to Israel in sectors such as research and development, travel, and transport


Trade Agreement: The United States-Israel Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was established in 1985 and was the first free trade agreement entered into by the United States. The FTA has played a role in promoting trade and reducing barriers between the two countries


Trade Balance: The trade balance between the United States and Israel has varied over the years. In 2019, the U.S. goods trade deficit with Israel was $5.1 billion, which represented a decrease compared to the previous year .

The relationship between Israel and Iran is indeed complex and has various dimensions. While the mainstream media may not always provide a comprehensive picture, there are indications of tensions and conflicts between the two countries. Here are some key points to consider:

  1. Iran’s Role: Iran has been accused of supporting militant groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah, which have engaged in conflicts with Israel. There have been reports of Iranian involvement in planning attacks against Israel


Threat Perception: Israel views Iran as a significant threat to its security. Israeli leaders have expressed concerns about Iran’s nuclear program, its support for militant groups, and its hostile rhetoric towards Israel.

Regional Power Dynamics: The rivalry between Iran and Israel is influenced by broader regional power dynamics. Iran seeks to expand its influence in the Middle East, while Israel aims to maintain its security and regional stability


Proxy Conflicts: Israel has been involved in conflicts with Iran-backed groups, such as Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza. These conflicts have contributed to the tensions between Israel and Iran


Geopolitical Considerations: The relationship between Israel and Iran is influenced by geopolitical factors, including the involvement of other regional and international actors. The United States, for example, has its own interests and policies in the region that can impact the dynamics between Israel and Iran

Based on the available information, there is no direct evidence to suggest that Mossad, the Israeli intelligence agency, influences some sections of Hamas. However, it is important to note that the relationship between intelligence agencies and militant groups can be complex and multifaceted. Here are some key points to consider:

  1. Iranian Support: Hamas receives significant support from Iran, including funds, weapons, and training. Iran is one of Hamas’s biggest benefactors, providing substantial financial assistance to the group and other Palestinian organizations designated as terrorist organizations by the United States


Historical Context: In the past, there have been reports of Israeli involvement in supporting certain Palestinian groups, including Hamas, as a counterweight to secular and leftist factions such as the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Fatah. However, these reports are controversial and disputed


Tensions and Conflicts: Israel and Hamas have been engaged in conflicts and hostilities for years. Israel has conducted military operations against Hamas, and Hamas has fired rockets and carried out attacks against Israel. These actions have contributed to the ongoing tensions between the two parties


Intelligence Operations: Intelligence agencies, including Mossad, engage in various activities to gather information and protect national security. While Mossad has been involved in operations related to Palestinian groups in the past, the specific nature and extent of its involvement with Hamas are not publicly known .