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4 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

How absurd, the witches can’t hear her stupid apology, guilty or innocent, they are dead, she’s just validating modern day witchcraft, as practiced by her ‘elite’ friends in high places. If she wants to apologise to historically aggrieved Scots, I’m sure there’s a long list of more worthy recipients.

 

Be a few wee bonfires when the 'barns' start dropping from clot shot, must play on her mind.👹

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44 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

The more I see of the ‘Ukraine conflict’ in the news, the more it appears to be the latest episode of Zelensky’s TV show ‘Servant of the People’ directed by Kolomoisky, but with bad acting, a budget wardrobe, poor make-up, green screen, special effects and lamentable 'war stories', but the proles seem enthralled!

Spot on.

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Credit Suisse Strategist Says We're Witnessing Birth of a New World Monetary Order

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/credit-suisse-strategist-says-were-172900306.html?fr=sycsrp_catchall

 

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Former Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury Department official, and now Credit Suisse (CS) short-term rate strategist, Zoltan Pozsar has written the U.S. is in a commodity crisis that is giving rise to a new world monetary order that will ultimately weaken the current dollar-based system and lead to higher inflation in the West.

"This crisis is not like anything we have seen since President [Richard] Nixon took the U.S. dollar off gold in 1971," wrote Pozsar.

Negotiated by 44 countries as World War II was winding down, the Bretton Woods agreement (named for the conference location in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire) pegged gold as the basis for the U.S. dollar, with other currencies then pegged to the greenback. This structure began to fray in the 1960s as U.S. trade deficits became too large to ignore, and it fell apart completely in 1971 when the U.S. abandoned the link between the dollar and gold.

As the initial Bretton Woods era (1944-1971) was backed by gold, and Bretton Woods II (1971-present) backed by "inside money" (essentially U.S. government paper), said Pozsar, Bretton Woods III will be backed by "outside money" (gold and other commodities).

Pozsar marks the end of the current monetary regime as the day the G7 nations seized Russia's foreign exchange reserves following the latter's invasion of Ukraine. What had previously been thought of as risk-free became risk-free no more as non-existent credit risk was instantly substituted for very real confiscation risk.

What occurred surely isn't lost on China, and Pozsar sees the People's Bank of China (PBOC) faced with two alternatives to protect its interests – either sell Treasury bonds to buy Russian commodities, or do its own quantitative easing, i.e., print renminbi to buy Russian commodities. Pozsar expects both scenarios mean higher yields and higher inflation in the West.

Pozsar concluded his note with a comment about bitcoin (BTC). He expects it to benefit, but only "if it still exists."


 

 

4th industrial revolution.

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4 minutes ago, Sexpistol50 said:

 

You mean, london, washington, and tel aviv, are upset that russia found the usa bio labs, and they are trying to divert attention, on why usa has so many bio labs on russian borders.

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Just now, andy1033 said:

 

You mean, london, washington, and tel aviv, are upset that russia found the usa bio labs, and they are trying to divert attention, on why us ahas so many bio labs on russian borders.

Exactly.

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ITV example:

https://www.itv.com/news/2022-02-25/russia-surrounds-ukrainian-intelligence-hq-as-moscow-launches-amphibious-assault

 

Not sure if it has been discussed already, but what do people think about these clips of the Russians flying the hammer and sickle? Are these just fringe groups, is it just harmless nostalgia for Soviet times, or is there a large enough group of legit commies to pose a threat?

 

Same with Dugin to be honest. I hear mixed things. Some say he has a lot of influence, while others say it's just fringe groups in Russia that listen to him.

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NATO shares image of Ukrainian soldier wearing Nazi insignia; deletes it later

BeFunky-collage-2022-03-09T130242.878.jp

 

"On Tuesday, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) tweeted a picture of a Ukrainian woman soldier with a Nazi symbol on the uniform and said that the Ukrainian women were a symbol of strength for their nation."  

 

I bet someone got "sent marching" for that truth they don't want the world to know about.

 

https://www.opindia.com/2022/03/nato-shares-image-of-ukrainian-soldier-wearing-nazi-insignia-deletes-it-later/

 

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24 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

@EnigmaticWorld

 

NATO shares image of Ukrainian soldier wearing Nazi insignia; deletes it later

BeFunky-collage-2022-03-09T130242.878.jp

 

"On Tuesday, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) tweeted a picture of a Ukrainian woman soldier with a Nazi symbol on the uniform and said that the Ukrainian women were a symbol of strength for their nation."  

 

I bet someone got "sent marching" for that truth they don't want the world to know about.

 

https://www.opindia.com/2022/03/nato-shares-image-of-ukrainian-soldier-wearing-nazi-insignia-deletes-it-later/

 

 

Everything looks so contrived on all sides. The same people have their tentacles in everything.

 

I'm not sure what to make of Kolomoisky either. The whole Azov ZioNazi thing has been a running joke for years on certain messageboards.

 

That being said, Kolomoisky will probably change his tune and leave those NatSocs to get slaughtered. He is/has been involved in various Ukrainian groups, not just Azov. All folks like him probably care about is creating a casus belli.

 

He has "softened" up to Russia in recent years on some things too.

https://cultureru.com/ukrainian-tycoon-kolomoiskys-change-of-heart-over-russia-in-quotes/

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21 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Everything looks so contrived on all sides. The same people have their tentacles in everything.

I agree.

 

The MSM are portraying the Russian army as inept, which they surely are not. The advance to take

Kiev is taking far longer than I would have expected.  Is the delay to draw this out in order for Western propaganda to get their citizens begging for a No Fly Zone, subsequent war and welcome thousands of refugees I wonder, all the time blaming the economic collapse on war instead of hundreds of billions of dollars and pounds spent on Covid.

 

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11 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

The MSM are portraying the Russian army as inept, which they surely are not. The advance to take

Kiev is taking far longer than I would have expected.  Is the delay to draw this out in order for Western propaganda to get their citizens begging for a No Fly Zone, subsequent war and welcome thousands of refugees I wonder, all the time blaming the economic collapse on war instead of hundreds of billions of dollars and pounds spent on Covid.

 

God yeah, can't have this crap over too soon. Putin could flatten the place if he wanted. NATO could send a shit load of armoury in if they really wanted to, and this wasn't all fake posturing and agenda-setting masquerading as "war".

 

It would be quick, ugly, and very very lethal. If it were actually real.

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2 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

I agree.

 

The MSM are portraying the Russian army as inept, which they surely are not. The advance to take

Kiev is taking far longer than I would have expected.  Is the delay to draw this out in order for Western propaganda to get their citizens begging for a No Fly Zone, subsequent war and welcome thousands of refugees I wonder, all the time blaming the economic collapse on war instead of hundreds of billions of dollars and pounds on Covid.

 

 

Even if they truly were inept, Russia has a habit of just throwing people into the meat grinder. To my knowledge though, Russia isn't blitzkrieging, they're advancing slowly. The Russian bear looking weak is probably just them laying bait, or just them trying to minimize civilian casualties.

 

I wouldn't be surprised if this is a drawn out conflict for years. I just see decades of devastion and collapsing economies, resource wars, blackouts, cyberwars, etc. I know that sounds negative, but I just don't see anyone on the world stage that will de-escalate things. Most leaders just look like clowns or Bond villains at this point, like all the serious adults left the building.

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Just now, Anti Facts Sir said:

God yeah, can't have this crap over too soon. Putin could flatten the place if he wanted. NATO could send a shit load of armoury in if they really wanted to, and this wasn't all fake posturing and agenda-setting masquerading as "war".

 

It would be quick, ugly, and very very lethal. If it were actually real.

Let us not forget the baggy eyed Soros and his interfering in the past in Ukraine and i wouldn't be at all surprised if he's got fingers in this pie....Ukraine is a resource rich country....its a Race between Putin and Nato and how they are going to divide the spoils.....Donbass etc was a load of bollocks for a resource capture ......fully expect a re run of the Balkanss to spread amongst the surrounding republics

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1 minute ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Another reason perhaps why they are escorting so many people out of the place.

Get the people out...go in ...fuck shit up....bomb the fuck out of it....help 'rebuild' ....rape it of resources with offers of assistance from NGO's ,Nato ,foreign governments.....all with fingers poised to poke in the pie

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