NEO: NATO and the West Just Became Irrelevant

What the gangster strategists in the West claimed to fear from the East, they are just making it happen faster and bigger. Duhhh!!

Silk-Road-Camels

by  F. William Engdahl,  with  New Eastern Outlook,  Moscow__

The seven golden domes of St. Petersburg

The seven golden domes of St. Petersburg

[ Editors note: William Engdahl reminds us about the economic growth potential of the new silk road, centered around global alternative banking partnerships and the strong international security alliances being created by it.

He alerts us to the state of the art defensive capabilities that are being engineered into the high-speed rail network that crisscrosses Russia and Eurasia, and it would be interesting to have more information on this.

But then, Mr Engdahl ventures into an assessment of the American soul, as if it were something once owned and then lost by a crowd. Souls are something given to individuals — at least, those individuals not in politics — but certainly not to nations or social groups. If social groups don’t have souls, what are they? G. G. Preparata’s Conjuring Hitler: How Britain and America Made the Third Reich describes the social aspects of a modern democracy:

“[T]he established and self-perpetuating fraternities that [rule] the Anglo-Saxon commonwealths…are formed by an aggregation of dynasts issued from the banking houses, the diplomatic corps, the officer caste, and the executive aristocracy, which still remains solidly entrenched in the constitutional fabric of the modern ‘democracies.’

These ‘clubs’ act, rule, breed and think like a compact oligarchy, and co-opt the middle class to use it as a filter between themselves and their cannon fodder: the commoners. In fact, in the so-called ‘democratic constituency,’ which represents to date the most sophisticated model of oligarchic rule, the electorate wields no clout whatever, and political ability is but another expression for the powers of persuasion needed to ‘build consensus’ around momentous decisions already taken elsewhere.”

If, as Preparata writes, the electorate wields no clout, then that would imply that the individual has been disenfranchised. How could this have happened? The bait and switch that disenfranchised every man, woman and child and cast us into the belly of a Trojan horse — so that wherever the horse treads and sends out its warriors, it spreads not democracy but a skewed oligarchical form of capitalism — was made by the stroke of a pen in the congressional “Act of 1871.”

This unconstitutional legislation created the ten-mile square District of Columbia, and this is a district that today is only accountable to the whims of backroom dynastic syndicates and not to the people at all.

Social pariahs and their chess games

Social pariahs and their corporate insurance payoffs

Mr. Engdahl presents several well-considered points below, and claims that the American people succumbed to fear after 9-11, from which they have not recovered. It’s hard to disagree with that.

But by calling out the oligarch puppets and then — horror of horrors — apparently excusing them for their participation in the deception, he fails to hone in on a very real problem.

The American people have been duped into defending freedom and a warped form of democracy from within the Trojan belly of the Corporation of The USA.

The BRICS alliance agreed to meet the leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and now the nightmare scenario of American immigrants Zbigniew Brzezinski and Henry Kissinger is coming true, with a vast untapped economic landscape in Asia about to be further united under an umbrella that is not held by the US and NATO.

Despite the fact that this can hurt the pocketbooks of average Americans, it’s hard not to have a slight twinge of joy that the oligarchs’ functionaries might feel deep disappointment at the development of a bi-polar economic world.

Mr Engdahl draws our attention to America’s proposed new trade partnerships designed to try to contain China, and how our nation is challenged to “do good.” This is convincing, but the bottom line is that the nation state was eclipsed twenty years ago by global corporations, and corporations are not invested in protecting the rights of people, nor do they have any such mission to do good.

So, we come full circle to the soul — to the individual and our own belief in the rights of man, and whether we can envision and create new cooperative social models that play to our strengths. We know whose team “they” are on, but whose team are we on? It remains to be seen Jim W. Dean and Erica P. Wissinger ]

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First published  …  July 22, 2015

BRICS signatories and numerous observer countries wrapped up the 2015 BRICS Summit in Ufa, Russia

BRICS signatories and numerous observer countries, including Iran, wrapped up the 2015 BRICS Summit in Ufa, Russia

The dual summits that took place in Russia’s city of Ufa, beginning July 9, were anything but routine. In fact it may be seen by future historians as a signal event that marked the definitive decline of the global hegemony of European civilization, including North America.

 

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This is no small event in human history. It’s the most significant shift in relative global economic relations since the Fourth Crusade in 1204, when the Republic of Venice emerged as a world power following their brutal, disgraceful capture and sacking of Constantinople, marking the demise of the Byzantine Empire. First, a look at what transpired in Ufa.

Russia was host to two overlapping summits of emerging alternative organizations: the annual meeting of the BRICS nations, and the annual meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. The larger significance has been all but entirely blacked out by western mainstream media, such as the New York Times.

First, we look at the results from the BRICS meeting, where Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are the five member states. BRICS formally put their New Development Bank (NDB) into operation. It has world headquarters in Shanghai, China’s banking and financial center, with a branch in South Africa to serve the African region.

It is explicitly operating as an alternative to the post-1945 domination of the IMF and World Bank, the heart of Washington’s Dollar System. It has member contributions of $50 billion for infrastructure projects mainly, but not exclusively, in the BRICS states.

Gold bullion

BRICS has created a $100-billion financial defense fund, a so-called Contingent Reserves Arrangement, in the event of speculative attacks, such as were launched by Washington with the Soros Quantum Fund in 1997 to destroy the independent Asian Tiger economies.

The NDB bank is in business one year after the last BRICS summit agreed to its creation, and the meeting announced that first approved infrastructure projects will begin early in 2016.

That’s an impressive testament to the mutual will to create an alternative to the IMF and World Bank, both of the latter controlled by Washington where they are headquartered.

Notably, BRICS agreed for the first time to institute formal cooperation with the leaders of the Eurasian Economic Union of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. As well, they agreed to meet the leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)–Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

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SCO adds major security dimension

high speed rail

For their part, the nations of the SCO – in addition to formally admitting both India and Pakistan — agreed to increase its role combating terrorism in the region.

The SCO was established in 2001 originally to settle border conflicts between China, Russia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan in the years after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

It is now undergoing an organic metamorphosis into something quite different and, in combination with China’s One Belt, One Road New Economic Silk Road high-speed rail network crisscrossing Russia and all Eurasia, potentially the kernel of an economic region whose growth over the next century and more can pale anything the debt-bloated OECD economies of the west are capable of.

This year, the SCO members admitted Pakistan and India as full members, a move that undercuts some seventy years of Anglo-American geopolitics on the Indian Subcontinent by bringing the two bitter enemies into a forum dedicated to resolving border conflicts diplomatically. The Ufa BRICS declaration also stressed the importance of reaffirming the UN Charter and condemned unilateral military intervention, a clear reference to guess who?

That enlargement to include India and Pakistan into the Eurasian SCO has huge implications for China’s New Economic Silk Road high-speed rail infrastructure network across all Eurasia as well as potential gas and oil pipeline routes in the region.

Rouhani and Putin at the 2015 BRICS Summit in Ufa, Russia

Rouhani and Putin at the 2015 BRICS Summit in Ufa, Russia

Significantly, for an Obama Administration that wants to pit Iran against Russia and China with the signing of the latest nuclear Geneva 6-power deal, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani attended the BRICS/SCO summits and held private talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Tehran will likely join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization after the embargo is withdrawn, perhaps as early as 2016, something that will give the SCO a major presence in the Middle East geographically.

With the planned lifting now of US economic sanctions on Iran, this could mean a huge economic deepening of the Eurasian economic space from Shanghai to St. Petersburg to Teheran and beyond, the nightmare scenario of US geopolitical actors like Zbigniew Brzezinski or Henry Kissinger.

Notably, the BRICS final declaration also pledged greater cooperation on combating terrorism and dealing with security problems of member states.

This overlaps the Russia-initiated Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), created in 1992 after the collapse of the Soviet Union to provide some semblance of security from rampant CIA monkey business using veterans of the CIA’s Afghan Mujahideen to “stir up” (to use Brzezinski’s term for it) the peoples of former Soviet states with large Muslim populations across Central Asia, especially Azerbaijan and the Caucasus.

Structure of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

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Today, the CSTO is emerging as a far more serious organization and a means by which Russia can legitimately provide direct security expertise to weaker states inside the Eurasian Economic Union such as Kyrgyzstan or Armenia, both of whom have been targets of new US-sponsored Color Revolutions to spread chaos across the emerging Eurasian economic space.

What is notable about the joint BRICS-SCO-Eurasian Economic Union summit hosted by Russia’s Putin in Ufa, a city of some one million at the foot of the Ural mountain range near to Kazakhstan, is not only the degree of harmonizing that is taking place among the three vast organizations.

It is also the fact that Russia uniquely is a member of all three, facilitating the harmonization of the three in terms of strategic goals. Moreover the member states have everything and everyone necessary to be fully independent of the dollar world and the dying EU with its misbegotten Euro sham.

As The Saker pointed out in a recent perceptive piece:

The full list of BRICS/SCO members will now look like this: Brazil, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The BRICS/SCO will thus include 2 Permanent UN Security Council members, 4 countries with nuclear weapons (only 3 NATO countries have nukes!). It’s members account for a full third of the world’s land area, and they produce $16 trillion in GDP and have a population of 3 billion people or half of the global world population.”

A new architecture of Eurasia is being formed, something which, were they of a mind to, the nations of the EU, above all Germany, France, Italy, could hugely benefit from cooperating with. Yet, what is the response of Washington and her “vassals” in European NATO, to use the term of Brzezinski?

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The NATO Washington response

Netanyahu works the American Knesset, owned by AIPAC and Israel

Netanyahu works the American Knesset, now fully owned and operated by AIPAC and Israel, ever since the 1967 coup d’état over LBJ via the attack on the USS Liberty

The response of Washington and NATO to all this is a bleak, pathetic contrast to put it mildly.

The new Obama nominee to become US Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford, declared Russia to be America’s greatest threat in his Congressional testimony some days ago. Conveniently forgetting all about the “existential threat” from ISIS, an organization US and Israeli intelligence brought into being to spread their chaos, Dunford declared,

“If you want to talk about a nation that could pose an existential threat to the United States, I’d have to point to Russia.”

The alarming thing is there was scarcely a peep of protest aside from blog remarks by retired Congressman Ron Paul and a few others. The tom-toms of bellicosity are pounding louder along the Potomac these days.

The war rage in Washington goes deeper than just one general. The Pentagon just released its Military Strategy of the United States, 2015. There the focus has clearly shifted away from “non-state actors” such as ISIS as being the greatest threat to the US and refocuses on “state actors” that are “challenging international norms.”

The Pentagon strategy document goes on to name Russia, China, Iran, North Korea as the greatest threats. What they do not admit is the “threat” is to the continued sole superpower hegemony of a United States that insists its will is the only valid one, as self-appointed guardian of “democracy” and “human rights,” their New World Order, as George Bush senior termed it in 1991.

On the economic front, what is emerging across the vast expanse of Eurasia is the greatest infrastructure investment in real physical infrastructure, which in turn will create new markets where today the remote regions of Siberia or Mongolia remain virtually untouched.

By contrast, Obama’s Washington, a once-hegemon that has lost its soul, can only offer the US-dominated secret free trade pact, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), for Asian states absent China, as a way to contain China economically; and the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) that offers the same geopolitical dead end for the economies of the EU. Both trade proposals are a desperate attempt by Washington strategists and their corporate backers in agribusiness, such as Monsanto or the pharmaceutical industry, to dominate world trade and finance.

Just as an individual can lose themselves through a trauma, so it’s possible for entire nations, even nations as large and apparently mighty as the United States of America, to lose its soul. Once a nation loses its soul, it loses its ability to do good, to be good.

That tragically describes America today. The process has been a slow-motion rot from within, much as the Roman Empire in the Third and Fourth centuries AD. The rot has proceeded over decades.

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There were many seminal events we as a people let pass without acting. One such over the past century or more was the US Congress’ surrender of the Constitutional responsibility to control the issue of money, handing it over to a private cabal of Wall Street bankers, who named it the Federal Reserve.

Another was the perfidy of our turning on our wartime allies in Russia and making them the “new Hitler,” so that Nelson Rockefeller’s national security state, complete with a CIA, could be built to justify the devaluation of the essence of the US Constitution.

Another was the decision, well, perhaps you can fill in the blanks there are so many, each seemingly minor, but as a cumulative totality toxic to genuine respect for human life and individual freedom.

Then, following the events of September 11, 2001, we as a nation, crippled by our fear, stood by silently as the Bill of Rights went into the paper shredder of George W. Bush, with the misnamed Patriot Act and other police-state laws.

Once a people as once-wonderful as the American people lose all that made them good, it takes a conscious decision and determination to regain that goodness. The first essential step is to become conscious of what is bad in us as a people today. David Rockefeller or George H.W. Bush or Bill Gates or Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush did not do this.

We did, and they merely took the use out of our action. It is there we must begin, if we wish to take ourselves seriously again as a nation and as a people. Seeing ourselves as “victims” regardless of what or whoever is a dead end, literally.
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F. William Engdahl is a strategic risk consultant and lecturer, holding a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.


[ Editors Note: My, my…this ending caught me by surprise. After the long detailed construction of the powerful entities involved over many years to bring us to the current state of the mess we are in, to then just dump it on the American people? “Say it ain’t so William, say it ain’t so.” (Brando..from On the Waterfront)
 

It does not take a pile of Ph.d’s to see the long record of the divide and conquer game in play here, with lots of modern tools. But the “people” never see it coming because they never have. It’s not their line of work. It is hard enough for them to even see it when it is over. For my two cents, it is a failure of American leadership on a grand scale, a very uncomplicated concept, with evidence lying about everywhere… Jim W. Dean ]

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19 Responses to "NEO: NATO and the West Just Became Irrelevant"

  1. LOB2065  July 31, 2015 at 2:34 am

    The rest of the west, those outside of the US, have been watching all of this unfold knowing full well the significance it has on US power.

    Probably the only ones not really getting the significance of these events are mainstream Americans.

    I am thinking the recent fall of China’s stock market was done by the Zionists who worry about the power China is accumulating.

    Certainly the US petrodollar has a limited future.

  2. Simpsons Donkey  July 28, 2015 at 8:46 am

    “America was never innocent. We popped our cherry on the boat over and looked back with no regrets. You can’t ascribe our fall from grace to any single event or set of circumstances.
    You can’t lose what you lacked at conception.
    ‘Mass-market nostalgia gets you hopped up for a past that never existed.
    ‘Hagiography sanctifies shuck-and-jive politicians and re-invents their expedient gestures as moments of great moral weight. Our continuing narrative line is blurred past truth and hindsight.
    ‘Only a reckless verisimilitude can set that line straight.”
    – James Ellroy, novelist

  3. Excalibur  July 28, 2015 at 4:45 am

    Have the Russians worked out yet (or even the genuine members of the alternative media) that Washington and the west no longer actually work in their own interests – but primarily for the success of both the israel land theft project – and in particular for a small number of jewish gangsters? Even when the jewish gangsters over-rule the israeli leadership managers on the ground it is only because they feel it is best for them – like the restrictions of a tough parent.

    The objective of these gangsters is not just financial but more relevantly total control over people – world control. This control in turn is needed to be able to enforce the murderous and messianic ramblings of their demented, deluded, supremacist and talmudic forefathers. It is ideological talmudic fundamentalism.

    This is why the actions of the west often do not make sense. Also why so many innocent people are dying around the world – and why the dreadful actions, lies, sanctions, embargoes and priorities of the west appear to be self defeating and insane in terms of national policy. The zio gangsters have THEIR OWN set of priorities and objectives in which they will indoctrinate and use the peoples of the Earth to fight and kill each other without mercy, over and over, until they are able to establish their messianic, talmudic world order. Foreign policy experts and patriots who miss this crucial point – or who blame captive and indoctrinated nations – do so at their peril.

    • Excalibur  July 28, 2015 at 5:01 am

      The only answer to this truly desperate global problem – is to kill the head of the talmudic snake. This snake will never stop deceiving, influencing, stealing, murdering and leading entire nations into ruin. This is in fact all it ever does or can do. It destroys people, their lands, their healthy cultures, their love and family togetherness, their future. It is evil incarnate.

      Killing this serpent/dragon will have an instant effect on the world – as the impetus behind virtually every wicked act and war being inflicted on the peoples of the Earth at national level will disappear overnight.

  4. maggie  July 27, 2015 at 8:46 am

    The citizens of this nation were–and continue to be–the first elements to be targeted to be neutralized in a deliberate multi-pronged assault by the insane criminal elements existing within our own government.

    After the post war indoctrination as “the greatest nation in the world” and looking forever outward for “the enemy” the bulk of the US population can never fathom the need to look for and identify the enemy within…this is the first internal hurdle.
    The advance of pain, loss and deprivation coupled with the Divide and Conquer re-runs will formulate a blowback eventually…And as with Vietnam…returning Veterans of the machinery of global dominance are the everyday evidence of that corruption-evidence that will not be denied.
    It was about 1968 when the newspaper comic strip Pogo said “We have seen the enemy-and he is us.” I saw it then in Stars and Stripes…now I wonder if it could even get printed today. Hard to have an informed populous without a free press…

  5. Jack Martin  July 26, 2015 at 8:41 pm

    Re “…the perfidy of our turning on our wartime allies in Russia…”???!!!
    Presumably Jim Dean is referring to World War II and the Bolshevik barbarian butchers who were our partners in crime in that infamous affair… which brought us a giant step further along the way to the coming New World Order.
    This is positively Orwellian. I think even Orwell would have been surprised at the audacity of it.
    Does Mr. Dean work for the Ministry of Truth? … where War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; and Ignorance is Strength? … and truth itself can be arbitrarily fabricated to meet the requirement of the moment?
    The Russians were never our “allies.” Even the besotted Winston Churchill had sufficient sobriety to remark, after the war, that “We have slaughtered the wrong pig!”
    We did not make them “the new Hitler.” They were already far worse than Hitler ever was.
    Our perfidy consists not in “turning on our wartime allies in Russia” but rather in emulating them… and in serving as their accomplices.

    • Jack Martin  July 27, 2015 at 5:16 pm

      Mea culpa! I apologize for attributing Comrade Engdahl’s “…the perfidy of our turning on our wartime allies in Russia…” remark to Mr. Dean.
      Being too quick on the trigger sometimes leads to shooting oneself in the foot.
      Nevertheless, such an outrageous remark should not have been left unchallenged.

    • Erica  July 28, 2015 at 3:44 pm

      Sometimes an “outrageous remark” does not deserve the dignity of a response, and “turning on our wartime allies in Russia”, which was the Soviet Union at the time, may fall into that category. There are a couple debatable issues in this article, yet the primary story about the Eurasian alliance and the new silk road needs to be read by our audience without too lengthy of an editor’s note. Such are editorial decisions about what points to focus on or take issue with. The commenters are invited to debate the points in the article in the comments section.

  6. Bente  July 26, 2015 at 5:06 pm

    For once I disagree with Jim Dean… on the term Engdahl uses ”SOUL” ie – ” America has lost it’s soul” – – – Jim Dean says souls are given to individuals not countries… Well we talk about the soul of Japan and for sure Japan has lost it’s soul… and they know it, talk about it, regret it, are worried about it and want it back etc etc… the Danes may use another word than soul, our ”collective understanding who we are” – what we stand for – think is right and wrong – what we are willing to die for if needed – – and there is the French soul and the German soul – – it is what makes them who they are. – – – Denmark is not Sweden or Norway we are distinctly different – and Denmark is not Germany or France and FOR SURE NOT England and France is not Germany or England and England is NOT Germany or FRANCE – OMG !!!! And so I agree with Engdahl: America has lost it’s soul – – and I actually think that 98% of the Americans regret that, just like the Japanese do… but it can be gotten back – look at China… look at Russia… they lost their soul but…… they worked hard and guess what they got their soul back.

    • Simpsons Donkey  July 28, 2015 at 8:41 am

      @Bente,
      Like this.
      National souls are tricky. Putin did succeed and full credit … But, Russians ARE a people. Americans are not, in the same way. They’re like my country, migrants from everywhere, and worse, conquering genocides of First Peoples. Karma is relentless. It remains. as a curse on the next generations.
      This is the lesson violent cultures do not get — that violence poisons. As M L King said, You may kill the man, but you cannot kill the hate … and the killing itself leaves a stain. America was always borne on tides of violence, from the ‘China’ trade that built the fortunes of the earliest American dynasties to the devastation of the Red Man, to slavery, and never did the driver of America let go of exploitation, parasitism and mafia violence. I like America, but all that history hangs around Miss Liberty’s neck. Maybe another isolationist, quiescent period of introspection is the least harmful medicine.

  7. ManCavePatriot  July 26, 2015 at 4:00 pm

    From a great constitutional republic, a nation of laws, we have become a lawless ‘nation of lies’.

  8. Aziz Khalfan  July 26, 2015 at 1:43 pm

    ‘That tragically describes America today. The process has been a slow-motion rot from within, much as the Roman Empire in the Third and Fourth centuries AD. The rot has proceeded over decades.’

    It is the rot that Ayn Rand spoke of in the opening of Atlas Shrugged after the heroine saw the once towering oak tree felled, and she saw the inside of its trunk with a rot that could not have been seen on the outside when the tree was standing majestically, a rot that was apparently there for quuite a while, and she spoke of the great betrayal she felt.

  9. Curmudgeon  July 26, 2015 at 12:03 pm

    A little on a tangent, but Preparata’s article/book (linked in the intro) provides some useful information. However, although his conclusions may be correct, some of the information on which he bases his conclusions is faulty.
    @captain obvious
    I agree substantially with your suspicion that most of this is manufactured. I keep coming back to the number of observers, both Jews and non-Jews who have commented on the inherent Jewish nature of Communism. There is no question that not all Jews are Communists, and not all Communists are Jews. The issue becomes defining the commune(s). I am convinced that there is a “master” commune and several competing sub-communes, which are unknown to each other. The “master” is a shape shifter, making each sub-commune think that they are all equal to the master. This is borne out in Lenin’s ‘the best way to control the opposition is to lead it’, mindset. There will be times when individuals or groups appear organically, and truly desire to make things right. However, they are quickly infiltrated and either steered to oblivion or become the new vehicle for the old objective.
    Whether it is the “RKM” or something more sinister, we are, indeed, a long way up the creek. Paddling with our hands will be the only way out.

    • captain obvious  July 27, 2015 at 6:08 am

      bingo, about exactly what I’m trying to point at. they wear a mask of international global citizenship or corporate structure, loyal to NO country, just power and control by manipulation of our perceptions to profit from our destruction at their own whims. “RKM” fits this description far too well to deny, with so much wealth -barely- hidden by surrogate proxy puppets.

  10. captain obvious  July 26, 2015 at 5:33 am

    does anyone think that this wasn’t PLANNED with NAFTA-GATT corporate welfare handouts moving companies to China to make them a manufacturing-trade giant with US being made to pay for our own unemployment with a little trick called “national deficit”?

    their push now is to demonize China as some kind of threat, when they’ve somewhat secretly been running that puppet show ever since the opium wars. what’s the likelihood this is part of the setup to take America down like they did with bolshevik Russia last century killing over 60 million people without letting it be called “holocaust”?

    I’m not blaming NEO, I’d only hope to help them understand a bigger picture about how the “RKM” operates and manipulates. WE were not given choice about treasonous economic saboteuring NAFTA-GATT rammed down our throats by a District of Criminals that is completely controlled by “RKM”, which has actually made this BRICS thing possible, and very likely a “global chessboard” GAME of “controlled opposition” being played against humanity.

  11. urbanb  July 25, 2015 at 11:28 pm

    Thank you! a very important, high-quality article that deserves great circulation!

  12. Ted Gorsline  July 25, 2015 at 10:56 pm

    The US government is bought and paid for by Jewish organized crime with gang head quarters in Tel Aviv. That explains America, NATO and the west. They are predictable.

    But what about the east? Who owns who? The14 K Hong Kong Triad is now very much a part of the government of Red China. The head of the Chinese army is building apartment buildings in Tianamen square with the head of the 14 K triad.

    Rot everywhere.Anyhow lots of trees in Central Park. All it would take to clean things up is a bit of rope.

  13. Altimometer  July 25, 2015 at 8:37 pm

    We just can’t give these bums a pass on their heinous crimes against humanity. These slime mold are guilty of enough to be put to death. We have been asleep far too long to how these things ,oligarchs if you will, really operate. Mr. nwo thousand points of light,needs that neck stretcher he mentioned if their ever caught. If he’s still topside.

    • captain obvious  July 26, 2015 at 5:49 am

      bingo and TY Alt for the inspiration to try to spell it out a little clearer above. the disgraced nixon-kissinger machine was credited with cracking the bamboo curtain, definitely according to plans. these critters DO think in terms of decades and centuries for cause and effect hegelian dialect “problem reaction solution” to ensure THEY remain in power at whatever cost. the GHWB critter you mentioned was the CIA spook running Iran-contra, exposed during Reagan years and he “GOT” to be president how?! exporting our REAL productive economy, weapons and counterfeit money, importing DOPE with least common denominator reverse psychology advertizing “just say no!” campaign, declaring WAR against users of what THEY imported and ushering in a privatized prison grid police state as substitute for a real and productive economy that DID have a lot less crime…
      (yeah I sure can rant about the bigger picture I see somewhat clearly)

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