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Rock legend says he's on Ukrainian 'kill list'

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Roger Waters performs in New York's Madison Square Garden • August 30, 2022
British rock star Roger Waters, a co-founder of Pink Floyd, has allegedly been placed on a Ukrainian "kill list" after speaking out against Western military meddling and calling on Kiev to make peace with Russia.

In an interview with Rolling Stone published on Tuesday, the 79-year-old pushed back against accusations that he's been repeating Russian talking points about the conflict in Ukraine. "Don't forget, I'm on a kill list that is supported by the Ukrainian government. I'm on the fu**ing list, and they've killed people recently... When they kill you, they write 'liquidated' across your picture. Well, I'm one of those fu**ing pictures."

Waters gave the example of Darya Dugina, the Russian journalist murdered in August after appearing on the Ukrainian Mirotvorets list. As the musician noted, her entry on the list was marked "liquidated" after she was killed in a car-bombing. Others who have questioned or criticized the Kiev regime, such as photojournalists Andrea Rocchelli of Italy and Andrei Stenin of Russia, have also been killed after appearing on the Mirotvorets list. The site lists personal information on its blacklist targets, which also include politicians and NGO activists.

Comment: With each assassination truth and humanity come one step closer to extinction.


Le Figaro reports French spies being deployed in Ukraine

Headquarters of the Directorate General of External Security (DGSI) French foreign intelligence
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Headquarters of the Directorate General of External Security (DGSI), the French foreign intelligence agency, in Paris, France
Among other things, the agents process satellite imagery provided by France to Ukraine

Dozens of French operatives from the Directorate-General for External Security (DGSE) have been deployed to Ukraine amid the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kiev, Le Figaro newspaper has reported, citing an intelligence source.

The source told the newspaper's senior international correspondent Georges Malbrunot that "about fifty men from the DGSE Action Service have been deployed in Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion." The agents are performing different tasks in the country, among these being processing satellite imagery provided by Paris to Kiev, Malbrunot added.

Comment: Macron makes sure France is a good little NATO puppet, even as he attempt to play statesman with Putin:


Secret societies: Harmless members-only clubs or dire threats to democracy?

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"The very word 'secrecy' is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings."

- John F. Kennedy, April 27, 1961

Long before the fiction writer Dan Brown arrived on the literary scene with his stories of esoterica, people have been intrigued with the idea of secret societies working in the shadows, carrying out evil plots against them. On this score, it would be hard to beat the Freemasons.

Here is a group of characters that has piqued the imaginations of men throughout the centuries. Back in 1798, John Robison, a professor of Natural Philosophy, and Secretary to the Royal Society of Edinburgh, published a book that made a big splash throughout Europe. The publication carried the lengthy title, 'Proofs of a Conspiracy against All the Religions and Governments of Europe, Carried on in the Secret Meetings of Freemasons, Illuminati and Reading Societies.' Had John Robison attempted to publish such a book in our day, he would have been quickly written off as a conspiracy theorist nut job along the lines of Alex Jones. But in 1798, the book was taken quite seriously.

Robison, himself a Mason, attempted to prove that not only the French Revolution, but many other historic events of the day were the result of this secret fraternity's machinations.


Desperate US officials still spreading propaganda about Russian election interference during midterm elections

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US officials are once again pointing fingers at Russia over interference in American elections, reportedly warning that Moscow is trying to sow seeds of doubt about the legitimacy of November's congressional midterms.

"Russia is amplifying divisive topics already circulating on the Internet - including doubts about the integrity of American elections - but not creating its own content," the Associated Press reported on Tuesday, citing an unidentified FBI official. The outlet also obtained an unclassified intelligence advisory warning about potential election interference by Russia and China.

The red flags are just the latest in a long line of US election-interference accusations against Russia. A 22-month investigation in 2017-2019 failed to find evidence that Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election, but the media-hyped probe disrupted the new president's policy agenda. Former intelligence officials and media outlets claimed Russian meddling again when allegations of influence-peddling by Joe Biden's family surfaced weeks before the 2020 presidential election. The basis of the alleged scandal - a laptop abandoned by Hunter Biden - was later authenticated by the New York Times and the Washington Post, long after Joe Biden was elected.

China's efforts in the midterm elections include targeting certain candidates whom it sees as opposed to its policy interests, the FBI official told AP. Beijing is taking a different approach in this year's congressional races than it did in 2020, according to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS). US intelligence agencies reportedly determined that Chinese officials considered trying to influence the 2020 presidential election but chose not to get involved.

"The current environment is pretty complex, arguably much more complex than it was in 2020," DHS cybersecurity director Jen Easterly told reporters on Monday.

Star of David

Truss declares herself a 'huge Zionist'

Liz Truss and Yair Lapid
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Liz Truss and Yair Lapid
British Prime Minister Liz Truss described herself as a "huge Zionist" and "huge supporter of Israel" during a meeting with with a pro-Israeli Tory parliamentary group on Sunday.

Truss was a guest of honor at the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI) event during the annual Tory Party conference in Birmingham, which she was attending for the first time in her new capacity. Talking to a crowd on the sidelines of the event, she declared her unwavering commitment to the Israeli cause, according to footage of her remarks published on social media.

"As you know I am a huge Zionist, I am a huge supporter of Israel, and I know that we can take the UK-Israel relationship from strength to strength," she told the cheering attendees.


S. Korea, US and Japan hold anti-N. Korean submarine drills days after NK flies ICBM over entire Japanese island

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South Korea, U.S. and Japanese warships launched their first trilateral anti-submarine drills in five years on Friday, after North Korea renewed missile tests this week in an apparent response to bilateral training by South Korean and U.S. forces.

The North's recent five missiles launches, the first such tests in a month, also came before and after U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris visited South Korea on Thursday and reaffirmed the "ironclad" U.S. commitment to the security of its Asian allies.

The one-day three-nation training off the Korean Peninsula's east coast is meant to cope with a North Korean push to advance its ability to fire missile from submarines, according to a South Korean navy statement.

North Korea has been building bigger submarines including a nuclear-powered one and testing sophisticated missiles that can be fired from them in recent years. That's an alarming development for its rivals because it's harder to detect underwater-launched missiles in advance.


The importance of leadership in a time of crisis: Why Putin's words reflect a new potential trajectory for humanity

During times of darkness and mass stupidity dev, there are some shining examples of greatness at play, Matthew Ehret writes.
President Putin
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It is nice to see that during times of darkness and mass stupidity devoid of moral leadership among so many once-great centers of western civilization, there are some shining examples of greatness at play. Not only are there examples of greatness, but in some instances, these examples have found expression within corridors of actual power which are shaping the contour of humanity's future.

Such is the case with today's Russia, which has come a very long way since the dark days of Perestroika when the Russian economy, military, culture, and people were brutally eviscerated by the utopic fantasies of end-of-history ideologues championing the onset of a New World Order.

Under this post-nation state/post-truth logic, the ancient civilizations of earth were supposed to be reset like a giant video game, shock therapied, and re-tooled like traumatized blank slates into a new synthetic "type" of depopulated humanity composed of drone-like zombies devoid of any residual pollution of family, national or religious traditions.

The Soros-owned Russia of the 1990s was of course meant to be the role model for the rest of the world.

City of London-controlled sociopathic Russian oligarchs were created in short order serving as warlord managers of the once powerful Russian state as it was privatized and Balkanized into a liberal den of future-less insanity. CIA operatives had offices in the highest offices of Russia's military and intelligence agencies, while the banking system, pharmaceutical industries and much more fell under the control of western technocrats and monetarist lunatics.


Tucker Carlson: A follow-up interview with Biden corruption whistleblower Tony Bobulinski - 'FBI has done nothing', 'rigged in 2020 election'

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Tucker Carlson interviews Tony Bobulinski about Hunter and Joe Biden's corrupt dealings with China
Tucker Carlson sits down with former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski in an exclusive interview on the Biden family business, airing October 4, 2020.

Comment: The original interview:

Tucker Carlson's interview with Tony Bobulinski smashes ratings record


Explosion at South Korean airbase caused by 'ballistic missile failure', occurred during drills in response to N. Korea's own launch

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The explosion occurred during a South Korean Hyunmoo-2 ballistic missile launch intended as a response to North Korea's own launch.
The office of South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff has confirmed that a Hyunmoo-2 short-range ballistic missile launch failed at a base in the east coast city of Gangneung late on Oct. 4, according to a report from NK News. The South Korean military said there were no casualties from the incident, which caused a large fire.

"The failed launch came during combined US-ROK surface-to-surface missile drills conducted in response to North Korea's intermediate-range ballistic missile test over Japan earlier Tuesday," a statement from what is officially called the Republic of Korea's (ROK) Joint Chiefs of Staff said, according to NK News. "The US and ROK each successfully fired 2 ATACMS [Army Tactical Missile System short-range ballistic missiles] at targets in the sea."

Comment: Can it really be considered a 'successful' response to North Korea when one blows up part of one's airbase in the process?

Comment: It's notable that this incident occurred whilst South Korea was working in partnership with the US military, because in recent years America has been plagued by disastrous errors, some clearly due to incompetence, with others a reflection of the rotten state of corruption that has overwhelmed America.

But we're seeing a similar pattern of collapsing empires across the West, with the UK recently being forced to dock its largest warship due to some serious malfunction - rather symbolically named the HMS Prince of Wales (the country's new king) - just one day after it left port.

In addition, this incident comes amidst a myriad of other accidental, and suspicious, fires and explosions at military bases, munitions factories, as well as energy and food processing plants across the planet:

Bad Guys

NATO is preparing for war - Belarus MoD

Belarusian Defense Minister Viktor Khrenin

FILE PHOTO: Belarusian Defense Minister Viktor Khrenin
The defense minister noted that not only is Europe increasingly militarizing on the borders, but it is also preparing for war.

Minsk cannot turn a blind eye to the increasing militarization of its Western neighbors, as there is concrete evidence that NATO countries are preparing their infrastructure and their troops for war, according to Belarusian Defense Minister Viktor Khrenin.

"The situation is really complicated today. A number of hostile leaders of the neighboring countries, unfortunately, have openly outlined the goals that they want to achieve by working against our country. We cannot leave this without attention," Khrenin said as quoted in Beita.

The minister specifically said that the country has both the forces and the means to respond to any threat that may rise.

Comment: More like NATO has shifted from covert to overt war; however, indeed it is clear that the proxy war is ramping up, and the resulting fall out is worsening, with a variety of significant developments and suspect incidents occurring across the planet, not just in Ukraine and the surrounding regions: