sábado, 26 de fevereiro de 2022

A war that suits only globalists


February 23rd

Western corporate media have been hyping a possible war between Russia and Ukraine for weeks with misleading information that did not reflect the true history of these two countries. The lack of historical knowledge about these countries so far from our own realities is clear, and the media's manipulation only serve to fulfill a globalist agenda.

Reading the European newspapers, one could see the conflict of interests amongst the countries involved in this battle. On the one hand, we have a European Union that is increasingly dependent on Russia and the only one harmed through the sanctions that may be imposed, on the other hand, we have the United States, the most interested in this war and which uses Ukraine to achieve its objectives. The US' only interest is that the Eurasian bloc does not expand, even if NATO member countries are directly penalised with these attacks.

President Vladimir Putin recognised the independence of the pro-Russian republics of Donbass last Monday. Through his long speech on national television in a nationalist tone, he brought up some ancient history. Modern 21st century people with low cultural awareness only
consider recent history to be important, and worse – they choose only the parts that suit them and eliminate everything else. But Putin, pointed out some important passages for the people of the West to understand what his real motivations are.

Putin stated in his speech “Modern Ukraine was wholly created by Russia, or to be more precise, by Bolshevik communist Russia. Lenin and his supporters did this crudely, giving away Russia's historic territories. There are millions of people who live there and they haven't been consulted about anything.”

It is not the first time that the Russian president has shown his disaffection with the founder of the Soviet Union, naming him a terrorist. In this case, when Putin says that “Ukraine is part of Russia”, he evokes the right to secession of the republics inscribed in the Soviet Constitution of 1924. This measure, paradoxically desired by Lenin, led to the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991.

Already in his end-of-year speech Putin had accused Lenin of having created an artificial state, while bringing up the issue of Crimea, Russian territory ceded to Ukraine by Nikita Khrushchev. When Putin speaks in his speech on “decommunisation” he clearly blames Soviet leaders for the disintegration of their own state.

The Ukrainian question is also ethnic. The inhabitants of Donetsk are Russians, and they are in danger of being eliminated by the government militias, defined as Nazis. Ukrainian Nazism is the legacy left by Stepan Bandera, war criminal and terrorist who collaborated with Nazi Germany.

In 2010 Stepan Bandera was recognised as “Hero of Ukraine” by then President Viktor Yushchenko, whilst the European Parliament itself criticised this act. It is amazing how the narratives of western newspapers ignore these facts, almost wholly support Ukraine and paint Russia as the villain of this story, whilst leaving these small details aside.

In the hours following Putin's speech after the liberation of the breakaway republics was declared - groups of people in Donetsk and Luhansk took to the streets to celebrate with Russian flags in their hands, fireworks were fired and the Russian anthem was sung by them.

The authorities of the Republic of Donetsk have prepared a plan for the evacuation of the population, which prioritises women, children and men over 50 years of age. The plan calls for the evacuation of 7,800 people, although at the moment there would be 60,000 people present in Rostov-on-Don, to whom the Russian government has granted aid of around 10,000 rubles (US$130) a month.

Putin is starting to put his house in order and to protect his state. He was categorical in saying that the freedom of his people and their security are non-negotiable.

The measures and sanctions that the United States and NATO want to impose against the Kremlin will weigh more heavily on Europe than on the United States. The problems concern energy and trade, Europe depends on Russian gas and the energy crisis could intensify even further, increasing the prices of electricity bills (which are already exorbitant).

In this war, so sought after by the Biden administration, Putin himself had already underlined from the beginning that “there would be no winners”, only losers within an ever more bankrupt European population that is already teetering on the edge of absolute poverty.

Putin finds himself in an even stronger position vis-a-vis the European Union, his fight against globalism is succeeding for the simple fact that the chess game played by the globalists has opened an unprecedented margin of error.

As I had already written about earlier, Putin is playing chess, this is not just a military game but a psychological game that requires a lot of sang-froid and careful strategising - and in this domain, the Russians are light years ahead of their enemies.


FW comment:

Karina is clearly wrong about Putin's "fight against globalism", for this concept turns an inexplicable blind eye towards Russia's wholesale adoption of the mandatory vaccination agenda and the WEF-driven cattle-tagging of the global population, amongst many other things. Putin's government is amply infested by graduates from Klaus Schwab's Young Global Leaders Forum, a.k.a the "school for Covid dictators", as has been amply and skillfully documented by sites such as Anti Empire and Edward Slavsquat. Without diminishing Russia's need for border security and non-NATO neighbours, it would make sense to ask about the extent to which its government is complicit in developments that are further eroding the global supply chains and endangering both food and fuel security worldwide. 



Source: https://karinamichelin.com/russia-e-ucrania-a-guerra-que-convem-somente-aos-globalistas/

sexta-feira, 25 de fevereiro de 2022

Merchant Ships Hit by Missiles; Grain/Fertilizer Exports STOP in Ukraine/Russia


Ice Age Farmer

February 25th 

Ukraine & Russia grains–30% of world global exports–are no longer moving as three merchant ships have been hit by missiles in the Black Sea, including one chartered by Cargill to move grains.

Brazil is frantic after fertilizer imports from Russia are threatened.

The global food trade is coming to a screeching halt and food prices are exploding even further as the conflict escalates.

Christian breaks down the developments from just the last 48 hours in this Ice Age Farmer special report.

Ice Age Farmer - Merchant Ships Hit by Missiles:


Birth rates plummet: half of Spanish provinces register their lowest natality in 80 years

Last year a new historical minimum was reached with 338,532 births, since the INE has records no year has registered fo few babies  

19th February, 2022

Spanish birth rates are continuing their free fall. In 2021, a new record low was set again with the birth of 338,532 babies, the lowest figure since the National Institute of Statistics (INE) was started in 1941.

Although the figure is not yet official, it does allow us to see how the trend, also affected by the pandemic [ pseudo-pandemic, ed. ] continues to decline. As can be seen in the map above, 23 territories recorded their worst data in 2021 and 11 did so in 2020.

Others stayed very close to their worst records, such as Huelva, which recorded its worst data in 2018 with 4,253 births, but in 2021 only six more babies were born (4,259).

In absolute terms, it was Soria, with the arrival of 548 newbirths, that registered the lowest number in 2021.

Further behind proportionally are Ceuta (690 births) and Palencia (723 births). However, if these data are related to the population of each province, it can be seen that the lowest birth rate last year was recorded in Zamora, with 4.64 births per 1,000 inhabitants. At the opposite extreme are Melilla (10.34) and Almería (9.43), as can be seen in the following graph: 

In the rest of the provinces, we need to go much further back in time to find their lowest birth rates. Nine of them registered this in the 1990s (Castellón, Guadalajara, Navarra, Álava, Murcia, La Rioja, Almería, Toledo and Zaragoza), while one (Huesca) in the 1980s, and another (Melilla) in the 70s. The others (Alicante, Gerona, Madrid, Tarragona, Barcelona, ​​Balearic Islands), did so in the 40s and 50s.

If we look at the differences between the year with the highest number of births and the year with the lowest, the Community of Castilla y León is the one with the most affected provinces. Thus, in Zamora in 1943, 8,456 children were enrolled while last year, only 764 did. A similar case is that of Palencia (6,298 in 1948; 723 in 2021) or Ávila (6,840 in 1945; 838 in 2020).

Source: ABC.es

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Romania's biggest football club bans VACCINATED players



Baxter Dmitry

February 23, 2022  (leer en castellano)

The owner of Romanian club Steaua Bucharest has announced a total ban on players vaccinated against Covid-19 from playing for them because vaccinated players “lose power” and “die in hospital.”

Gigi Becali, a businessman and politician, said he is not allowing vaccinated players to play anymore because he is tired of seeing great players turn into weak players without their former strength. He’s also tired of seeing young and healthy players die.

Becali went on to claim that people who are vaccinated against the virus die in hospitals, as opposed to those who have refused the jabs.

He also claimed players at Romanian rivals CFR Cluj and Rapid Bucuresti were struggling as a result of taking the vaccine, singling out 36-year-old winger Ciprian Deac.

You’re going to laugh, but I might be right. Those vaccinated lose their strength. That’s something scientific,‘ he said according to Romanian journalist Emanuel Rosu.

Haven’t you seen it at CFR? With Rapid, the players seemed to be fainting. They slept on the ground. All vaccinated people lose their strength!

I also see mine, the vaccinated ones. It doesn’t affect some, but it does affect those who are older. Haven’t you seen [Ciprian] Deac? There is no more storm.’

DailyMail report: The same journalist also said Becali suggests he only allowed players who faked getting vaccinated to play, though this information remains unconfirmed.

Becali also recently said Steaua Bucharest striker Claudiu Keseru- who returned to the club in August after six years at Bulgarian outfit Ludogorets – can no longer play at a high level because he was vaccinated.  

I gave him the money, I had a contract with him, he was a football player, I was the owner,’ Becali said via sport.ro about Keseru’s return.

‘I said, ”You can’t go to this level anymore. You can play in Romania, but not at FCSB (Steaua Bucharest) and CFR!”

He said he would show me, but he has nothing to show me. It can’t be at this level anymore. It’s possible because of the vaccine. I say what I think. I don’t want to offend him.’

But his latest statement has drawn a furious reaction from the country’s government.

In a statement, RO Vaccinare, the official Facebook page of the government’s national information platform on vaccination said: ‘Vaccinated footballers do NOT lose their strength after being vaccinated against COVID-19! 

From a medical and scientific point of view, there are no studies that would support a singularity like the one recently promoted on Facebook accounts in Romania.

Vaccination against COVID-19 does not affect the performance of football players. In contrast, there are enough studies showing that going through SARS CoV-2 infection leaves long-term sequelae (Long COVID), and these can influence athletes’ performance. 



Source: https://ejercitoremanente.com/2022/02/23/el-mayor-club-de-futbol-veta-a-jugadores-vacunados-rumania/

Timeline: Euromaidan, the original “Ukraine Crisis”


Kit Knightly

February 24th

As Russia actually do launch an invasion or “special operation” in Ukraine, we thought now was a good time to recap on how we got here.

The historical, political and ethnic divisions in Ukraine go back decades, if not centuries, but we don’t have the space for that kind of deep-dive. For now, we’ll be keeping it to three simple parts: The fall of Viktor Yanukovych, the Crimean referendum, and the ensuing civil war which puts the region in a direct path to the events of today.

Much like our 30 Facts on Covid, this piece is intended as a quick reference guide to help get friends and family up to speed on the recent history of Ukraine, a handy index of contemporary sources, or a refresher course for those who’ve forgotten the details.

Anyway, let’s get to it.


Following the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany, multiple Western leaders give both written and spoken assurances to then-Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, that NATO does not plan to increase its territory eastwards.

To quote US Secretary of State James Baker:

not only for the Soviet Union but for other European countries as well it is important to have guarantees that if the United States keeps its presence in Germany within the framework of NATO, not an inch of NATO’s present military jurisdiction will spread in an eastern direction.”


The Charter on a Distinctive Partnership is signed by representatives of both NATO and Ukraine. This document is a long-term agreement that Ukraine will move gradually into cooperation with NATO and eventually become a member. This is in direct violation of the assurances given above.


NATO publishes their NATO-Ukraine Action Plan, re-affirming their commitment to “closer ties” with Ukraine, and outlining a long term plan for “reforms” in Ukraine that will make it suitable for “full Euro-Atlantic integration”.


US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Volodymyr Ohryzko sign the US-Ukraine Charter on Strategic Partnership,the charter “emphasizes the continued commitment of the United States to support enhanced engagement between NATO and Ukraine”.

Viktor Yanukovych, leader of Ukraine’s Party of Regions, wins the presidential election and is named Ukraine’s fourth President. Yanukovych is the former governor of Donetsk, the region of his birth, and wins office with a huge percentage of the vote from ethnically Russian east Ukraine.

As one of his first acts as President, Yanukovych signs an agreement with Russia, extending their lease on the Black Sea naval base in Crimea until at least 2042. This extension is met with consternation and rebuke in the Western press, with one paper asking:

The End of Ukraine’s EU Integration?”

Writing in the Guardian, Luke Harding called it:

the most concrete sign yet that Ukraine is now back under Russia’s influence following Yanukovych’s victory in February’s presidential elections.

Also noting that “the lease extension is likely to increase opposition to Yanukovych in Ukraine’s western provinces”

A PEW poll finds the majority of Ukrainians opposed to joining NATO.

Ukraine’s parliament votes through a new bill barring the country from joining any military bloc. This, as the BBC noted at the time, effectively ends any prospect of Ukraine joining NATO, killing a plan that the West had worked on for 13 years.


Yanukovych’s Party of the Regions secures victory in the parliamentary elections, increasing its number of seats and seeing its biggest rival, Arseniy Yatsenyuk‘s Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) party lose 55 seats.

However, the elections also mark the first time Ukraine elected a far-right MP to its parliament, with Oleh Tyahnybok’s Svoboda party winning 37 seats and over 10% of the vote (entirely from the ethnically Ukrainian west of the country).

Contemporary press reports, as well as think-tanks such as OpenDemocracy, note the “concerning” rise of “far-right politics” in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian cabinet unanimously approves the draft of the long-awaited Ukraine-EU Association Agreement. Yanokuych is expected to officially sign the agreement at the EU’s “Eastern Partnership Summit” in Vilnius on November 28th and 29th.

Russia – Ukraine’s major creditor and biggest trade partner – warns that this treaty would “cause chaos”, break the terms of an existing treaty between Ukraine and Russia, and lead to Ukraine’s economy collapsing. As a counteroffer, they suggest Ukraine sign a new deal with the Eurasian Economic Union.

The Ukrainian government issues a decree suspending preparations for the association agreement (AA). Deputy Prime Minister Yuriy Boyko warns the current terms of the agreement would “seriously damage the economy”.

“Pro European” demonstrations begin in Maidan square within days of the decree being issued. A poll run by the Kyiv Post finds an even split on joining the EU vs the Eurasian customs union: 39% for, 37% against.

Yanukovych attends the Eastern Partnership Summit on the 28th, but does not sign the Association Agreement, instead suggesting a new tri-lateral agreement between Ukraine, Russia and the EU. Russia is open to negotiating such a deal, but EU rejects this offer completely.

Despite not signing the AA, Yanukovych tells the press that Ukraine still intends to work for closer ties with the EU: “an alternative for reforms in Ukraine and an alternative for European integration do not exist…We are walking along this path and are not changing direction”.

Prime Minister Mykola Azarov echoed this: “I affirm with full authority that the negotiating process over the Association Agreement is continuing, and the work on moving our country closer to European standards is not stopping for a single day”.

Nevertheless, this is ubiquitously covered in the Western media as Yanukoych “refusing to sign the association agreement in favour of closer ties with Russia”.

Thousands more gather in Maidan Square and others begin occupying Kiev City Hall. Protests intensify as opposition politicians speak of Yanukovych “committing treason”, they call for a re-run of the Presidential election, despite new elections being only 18 months away.

On November 29th the protesters make their first “official” demands, including the immediate resignation of Viktor Yanukovych.

1/12/2013 – Thousands of protesters chanting “revolution” storm the metal barriers erected by riot police. Protesters throw Molotov cocktails:

The police withdraw from the square. Over 200 people are injured, including over 100 police officers.

2/12/2013 – Protesters erect barricades around the Maidan, block access to government buildings and attempt to storm the Presidential administration. Even the Guardian notes that the police withdrew.

In a press conference, far-right MP Oleh Tyanybohk officially calls it a “revolution”, and asks that police and members of the military defect to their side.

3/12/2013 – Writing in the New Republic, Julia Ioffe praises the Maidan protesters, citing specifically the throwing of Molotovs at police:

When the police came, unlike the Muscovites, they didn’t leave. They swung chains and threw Molotov cocktails and built barricades in the streets. They took over municipal buildings. They nearly toppled the city’s main statue of Lenin. They sang the national anthem and chanted “Revolution!”

8/12/2013 – Protesters topple a statue of Lenin. Grafitti reading “Yanukovych you’re next” is scrawled on walls. An effigy of Gadaffi’s severed head is carried around the square to chants of “Yanukovych the game is over!”. Kyiv Post reports preparation of Molotov cocktails.

10/12/2013 – Berkut riot police attempt to break down the barricades and clear the square. Tear gas is deployed. They are beaten back.

11/12/2013 – US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and US Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt visit the protests and talk to opposition leaders. They are photographed shaking hands and distributing food:


That same day Foreign Affairs, the official publication of the Council on Foreign Relations, runs an article headlined: “Yanukovych Must Go”

Also that same day, former President Leonid Kravchuk hosts a “roundtable” political discussion with members of all parties and all of Ukraine’s past presidents, the aim is to diffuse the crisis. The talks have Yanukovych’s blessing, the opposition refuses to attend.

13/12/2013 – US Senator John McCain visits Kiev where he gives a speech telling the crowd “We are here to support your just cause”.

Later he is photographed shaking hands with Oleh Tyahnybok, leader of the far-right Svoboda party:


The UK’s Channel 4 news reported [emphasis added]: “Far-right group at heart of Ukraine protests meet US senator”.


14/1/2014 – Protest activity resurges after a lull over the Christmas/New Year period.

15/1/2014 – At a meeting of the US Senate’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Melia admits that the US State Department has spent 5 billion dollars “assisting Ukraine”.

This includes 180 million dollars on “development programs” for “judges, members of parliament [and] political parties”.

16/1/2014 – After weeks of stalemate, the Ukrainian parliament passes ten new bills into law. Known collectively as the “Anti Protest Laws”, these laws allow a strict crackdown on protest activity, including removal of parliamentary immunity from MPs promoting violence and stripping of drivers license from those that used vehicles to obstruct public roads.

19/1/2014 – Clashes between riot police and protesters on Hrushevskoho Street, many of the protesters are from far-right groups such as Svoboda and Right Sector, and are seen wearing neo-nazi symbols and slogans.

25/1/2014 – President Yanukovych reaches out to opposition leaders, offering them a power-sharing agreement that would install Yatseniyuk as Prime Minister and Vitaliy Klitschko as his deputy. The opposition refuses the offer.

28/1/2014 – In a gesture of compromise, the parliament repeals 9 of the ten protest laws, passing a new law granting amnesty to all those involved in the protests, providing they cease occupying government buildings. The oppostion refuses these terms.

7/2/2014 – A recorded phone call between Nuland and Pyatt is leaked to the press, famously dubbed the “fuck the EU” call.

In the conversation, dated January 28th, Nuland and Pyatt discuss at length the structure of the Ukrainian cabinet once Yanukovych is gone. This is still 25 days before Yanukovych was removed from power

A poll published that same day by the Kyiv Post found more Ukrainians opposed the Maidan protests than supported them.

16/2/2014 – In yet another attempt at compromise, the government releases all prisoners arrested during the protests, this time the opposition responds, lifting their 3-month long occupation of Kiev City Hall.

19/2/2014 – President Yanukovych declares a “truce” in a joint statement signed by the three main opposition leaders. The statement committed to negotiation for a lasting peace.

20/2/2014 – Snipers open fire on the crowd in Maidan Square, resulting in at least sixty deaths. Both protesters and police officers are killed in the gunfire. EuroNews reports that the “truce is shattered” mere hours after it was signed.

21/2/2014 – Despite the bloodshed, negotiations continue, resulting in the “Agreement on settlement of political crisis in Ukraine”, signed by all parties plus the foreign minsiters of Germany and Poland.

The agreement required the creation of a temporary “National Unity Government”, to be replaced following new Presidential Elections by the end of 2014. It also called for a full investigation into the shootings on the Maidan the previous day.

Yanukovych pledged that the government would not declare a state of emergency or call in the military, and would pull all police back from the site of the protests, in return for protesters surrendering all public buildings and illegal weapons.

Leaders of the militant protesters – including Dmitryo Yarosh of the neo-Nazi Right Sector – rejected the agreement, and threatened to storm the Parliament and Presidental Residence if Yanukoyvch did not resign immediately.

22/2/2014 – Rather than abiding by the terms of the agreement, once the police pulled back the protesters stormed government buildings and seized control of Kiev. Yanukovych flees to the city of Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine.

A contemporary Time article reported:

Ukraine’s beleaguered President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev Saturday as protestors took full control of Ukraine’s capital, signaling a dramatic turn in the three-month crisis just hours after the signing of an European Union-sponsored peace deal […] As police abandoned their posts across the capital, the opposition established control over key intersections and captured the presidential palace, setting up a perimeter around Yanukovych’s former residence

Within hours of the storming of the city, the Ukrainian parliament votes to strip Yanukovych of his office by 328 votes to 0, with over 120 MPs absent from the vote. This vote was unconstitional and not a legally binding form of impeachment, in any way.

From the eastern city of Kharkiv, Yanukovych gives a televised speech, declaring he was still the “legitimate elected President of Ukraine“, and that he had no intention of fleeing the country.

24/2/2014 – Parliament removes 1/3 of Ukraines Constitutional Court from office, issues an arrest warrant for President Yanukovych.

25/2/2014 – Yanukovych’s own Party of the Regions disavows him in parliament, and he flies to Russia, claiming his life is in danger.

27/2/2014Arseniy Yatsenyuk is sworn in as Ukraine’s interim Prime Minister, a post he would hold onto following elections in May 2014.

Vitaly Klitschko is relegated to the somewhat lower office of Mayor of Kiev, and Oleh Tyahnybok resumed his office as a simple MP.

Ukraine’s new government takes shape exactly as predicted by Nuland in her phone call of January 28th.

The same day Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Secretary General of NATO, tells the press that “the door is still open” for Ukraine to join the military bloc.

28/2/2014 – UK current events show Newsnight runs this segment, titled “The Neo-Nazi Threat in New Ukraine”:


Evidence emerges that the snipers shooting at the crowds were not employed by the Ukrainian government, but were shooting at both sides in an effort to stoke chaos.

This evidence is presented to the EU’s Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton by Estonia Foreign Minister Urmas Paet in a phone call that is later leaked to the press, and confirmed to be genuine by the Estonian government.

Neither the EU, nor the new government of Ukraine, makes any effort to investigate this evidence or bring the killers to justice.

On the 21st of March the interim government of Ukraine officialy signs the controversial European Union Association Agreement into law.

Following the 2014 parliamentary elections, the 5-party coalition government officially makes joining NATO a “national priority”.


So, there it is, a timeline of the key events leading to the fall of Viktor Yanukovych. Genuine grassroots revolution, or NATO backed coup? You decide.
We’ll catalogue Ukraine’s further collapse into chaos and civil war in parts two and three of this timeline, coming soon.

Source: https://off-guardian.org/2022/02/24/timeline-euromaidan-the-original-ukraine-crisis/


quinta-feira, 24 de fevereiro de 2022

Global depopulation advocates telegraph their exact plans for 2022-2024


Once we fully understand the past and the present, we can see the future much more clearly. The next move will be the FINAL move against humanity and they will go for the total demolition of civilization...

Ejército Remanente

January 2021

As the truth about the anti-human demonic entities that rule our world today is revealed in the present, it provides us with an opportunity to reassess the past and gain new understanding of our own first-person testimony of history as it unfolds. developed.

For example, we now know that globalists are actually paedophiles who traffick children. We know they run a worldwide black market organ harvesting and transplant operation. We know that they routinely conspire to maximise corporate profits by killing any number of human beings in the process (covid vaccines, pharmaceuticals, etc), and we know that they plot false flag operations to run campaigns of psychological terrorism against the people of the world.

With that understanding, looking back at events like 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing, and even World War II suddenly brings a new clarity: we realise that the history of the world is actually a history of globalist terrorism against the people of the world. Almost every crisis we have all experienced was purposely designed and triggered to achieve a globalist goal of profit, power, or depopulation.

There are almost no actual acts of terrorism committed by individuals or groups that are not directly directed by governments or financed by globalist operators.

Once we fully understand the past and the present, we can see the future much more clearly. We know, for example, that:

Every time humans are on the brink of a mass awakening or wave of "freedom," the globalists unleash another horrific campaign of terrorism to keep people enslaved by fear.

A key weapon of the globalists is forcing people to isolate themselves so they cannot talk to each other. The covid lockdowns were part of this, but the much more effective strategy is to shut down the power grid so people can't even communicate electronically.

The globalists telegraph their moves in advance because they need to establish the proper narratives before their next wave of attacks. For example, while planning to bring down the power grid themselves, they issue warnings claiming that "extremist" groups want to target the power grid. The real “extremist” group in the US is the FBI, of course, and there is nothing more extreme than a rogue regime that stole power by rigging elections and staging a deceptive “insurrection” to demonise its political opponents.

Knowing this with absolute certainty, and having first-hand experience now of how globalist governments are actively targeting humanity for total extermination, we can accurately anticipate their next escalation attack.

The next move will be the FINAL move against humanity...there will not even be any attempt to hide their true motivations.

Now it seems that they are ready to play the "end game" card against humanity and go for the total demolition of civilization. This means disrupting or destroying the food supply chain, the power grid, telecommunications, monetary systems, and the rule of law. The goal is absolute chaos resulting in mass deaths on a global scale, and the more chaos they can unleash in this way, the more easily they will cover up the truth about vaccine deaths.

All this confirms what we suspected for quite some time. The next attack vector will be one or more of the following:

An organised cyber attack on the financial infrastructure to take down the transactional infrastructure and plunge cities into chaos. This will be the opening round of the "great reset" script.

A deliberate takedown of the power grid to achieve a similar result.

A subsequent telecommunications "kill switch", if necessary, to ensure the complete collapse of internet functionality so that people can no longer go online.

A deliberate release of a highly aggressive pathogen with a very high mortality rate (Marburg/Ebola, etc.) or a toxic nanoparticle that mimics a pathogen. The panic from this will be used to drive additional "vaccine" campaigns which, of course, are simply injections of deadly shots.

Domestic terrorism false flag operations involving nuclear or radiological terrorism. (It could also be the massive aerosol spraying of populations using drones or chemtrail sprayers.)

Provoke a war with Russia or China and destroy the remaining US military in the process, deliberately making the US vulnerable to foreign invasion.

The suspension of free and fair elections, the invocation of medical martial law, mass confiscation of weapons, domestic checkpoints, covid death camps and similar operations.

The timeline for this is obviously approaching very quickly because the globalists are being forced to act. This is why:

The awakening speeds up. Covid narratives are collapsing. Humanity is beginning to rise up against tyranny and censorship efforts have failed to stop it.

The 2022 midterm elections are coming up and they cannot be allowed to take place, or the Democrats will be ousted from power.

Vaccine deaths are already accelerating and cannot be hidden much longer. Body bags are piling up in morgues and cannot be ignored forever.

Therefore, the almost certain window of opportunity for the globalists to unleash their next wave of attacks on humanity is between now and early November.

That means we have less than 300 days left for the semi-reliable functioning of society as we know it.

What will you do with your few hundred days left? 


Source: https://ejercitoremanente.com/2022/01/28/los-demonios-que-dirigen-la-campana-de-despoblacion-global-acaban-de-telegrafiar-sus-planes-exactos-para-2022-2024/

War in Ukraine: first assessment against a backdrop of disinformation



Lalaina Andriamparany
February 24, 2022

Thursday, February 24, at 5 a.m., Russia attacked Ukraine. The Ukrainian army announced the death of 7 civilians and the disappearance of dozens of people, but said it had killed "nearly 50 Russian occupiers" in the east of the country. Russian defense officials in turn spoke of a rout of the Ukrainian army. Both sides cry manipulation.


Military areas targeted by Russian missiles

According to an Interfax correspondent in Donetsk, Russia conducted a large-scale military operation in Ukraine. It all started with missile strikes that hit points across the country. The Russian military targeted various Ukrainian military installations located in particular in Odessa, Mariupol, Kiev, Mikolayev and Kramatorsk. Air force bases in Vasilkov were also affected.

Donbass came under heavy artillery fire and explosions and gunfire took place in the Borispol area at Kyiv's main airport. Ukrainian news agency UNIAN also reported that Russian troops entered Kharkiv.

The strikes reportedly caused at least 7 deaths in Odessa and Mariupol. The police also announced that dozens of people were missing. Finally, part of Odessa is currently without electricity.

Information denied on both sides

Adviser to the President of Ukraine Oleksii Arestovych confirmed that this is a large-scale attack. Ukraine's military infrastructure was targeted, but the damage was minimal, he said. Indeed, they would not risk affecting the combat capabilities of the Ukrainian military.

CNN footage showing Russian tanks crossing the Ukrainian border from Belarus has been released. Note that the separatists of Donetsk and Luhansk, in eastern Ukraine, have launched an offensive to control the entire territory.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov clarified at midday that “the duration of the operation would be determined by its results and its relevance”.

On RT media, defense officials even evoked a rout of the Ukrainian army by declaring “intelligence shows that Ukrainian army and military units are leaving their posts en masse, laying down their weapons“. Information denied by Kiev, there is no direct evidence at the moment to verify the veracity of this statement.

Still according to Russian officials, “There is no threat to the civilian population. A number of military targets, including airfields, defense installations and aircraft, were hit by high-precision weapons.”

For his part, on BFMTV, the Ukrainian ambassador to France, Vadym Omelchenko, denounced this Russian offensive which, according to him, is a “massive attack against Ukraine, a war”, and which would has caused “many
civilian victims."

The Ukrainian army says it killed “about 50 Russian occupiers”, destroyed six Russian military planes and four tanks, claims that are currently unverifiable and denied by Russia.

Source: https://lecourrierdesstrateges.fr/2022/02/24/guerre-en-ukraine-un-premier-bilan-sur-fond-de-desinformation/