Former FBI 2nd in Command Says ‘Handful In Leadership’ Are Politicizing Bureau

Former FBI 2nd in Command Says ‘Handful In Leadership’ Are Politicizing Bureau


Former FBI 2nd in Command Says ‘Handful In Leadership’ Are Politicizing Bureau

Comments come Following Mar-a-Lago Raid

Post by Tyler Durden | Written  by Scott Wheeler via The Epoch Times

Years of investigations have led to claims by Republicans of partisan political power plays at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice.

A raid on former President Donald Trump’s home on Aug. 8 has sharpened the nation’s focus on what many Republicans have been raising alarms about for years—the politicization of the Justice Department (DOJ) and its law enforcement arm, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Republican U.S. Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa has been demanding answers about alleged politicization well before the raid.

Former FBI Assistant Director for Intelligence Kevin R. Brock testifies before the Senate Homeland Security Committee about the Crossfire Hurricane investigation in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill Dec. 3, 2020 in Washington (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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“Unfortunately, a growing number of Americans have lost confidence in the bureau based on its inconsistent handling of politically sensitive investigations, its lack of cooperation with legitimate congressional oversight inquiries, and its failure to hold its own people accountable for their misconduct,” Grassley told The Epoch Times.

Late in July, Grassley sent a searing letter (pdf) to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray that stated that if allegations the senator has received from FBI whistleblowers are true, “The Justice Department and the FBI are–and have been—institutionally corrupted to their very core”.

But not all agree. In an exclusive interview with The Epoch Times, former Assistant Director for Intelligence of the FBI Kevin Brock said Grassley’s statement didn’t “fit the facts” and that “it is dangerous to plant seeds in the minds of the American people that the FBI is corrupt.”

Attorney General Merrick Garland delivers a statement at the Department of Justice in Washington on Aug. 11, 2022. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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Partisanship at the Top

While Brock said that Grassley’s claims about the FBI went too far, he is also highly critical of the actions of what he refers to as a “handful in leadership” who he said are politicizing the bureau and doing damage to its image.

In response to the raid on former Trump’s residence at Mar-A-Lago, Brock told Epoch Times: “The use of armed agents to execute an invasive search warrant does not match up with the relatively low-level offense—for anyone—let alone a former and possible future president. Most Americans recognize this extraordinary search for what it is: an attempt by one political party that temporarily controls the DOJ to eliminate an adversary from the other party.”

When asked how the FBI and DOJ could become politicized, Brock said, “When justice is captured by the Democrat Party, it seeks to find criminality on the right,” while “Republicans have less of an appetite” to reciprocate.

At a press briefing about the raid on Aug. 11, Attorney General Merrick Garland confirmed that he had approved the search warrant and further stated, that the DOJ had filed a motion in the Southern District of Florida to unseal the search warrant that was executed. Garland added that the department did not take the decision to seek a search warrant lightly.

FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies during a hearing before Senate Judiciary Committee at Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington on Aug. 4, 2022. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Similar Cases Involving Democrats

The raid at Trump’s home in search of classified documents reveals what some consider a clear example of that which Grassley and Brock are referring—a heavy Democrat Party influence at the DOJ. To some, the raid at Trump’s quarters is reminiscent of a similar case.

In 2015, former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came under FBI investigation for concealing classified information on an unauthorized email server she kept at her home. During that investigation, Clinton deleted emails that were under subpoena. The FBI, which was in charge of the investigation of Clinton, did not conduct raids at any time and allowed Clinton and her attorneys to negotiate what evidence Clinton would turn over to the bureau and dictate the terms in which Clinton would be interviewed.

Just prior to the conclusion of that investigation labeled “Midyear Exam,” then-Attorney General Lorretta Lynch announced, after it had been revealed that former president Bill Clinton had met with her in secret, that she had appointed a “career prosecutor” to make the decision as to whether Hillary Clinton would be charged with a crime.

The Epoch Times has learned that the career prosecutor who made that decision was Richard Scott, then Deputy Chief of Counterintelligence, who had previously been an associate at the law firm of Williams and Connelly, the same firm that was representing Hillary Clinton in the matter. In 2018 former FBI attorney Lisa Page testified to the House Judiciary Committee that the FBI was inclined to prosecute Clinton for “gross negligence” in handling classified information on her private email server.

Former FBI Director James Comey. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)
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Separately, you know, we had multiple conversations with the Justice Department about bringing a gross negligence charge,” Page told the committee in July 2018. Page went on to testify that it was Richard Scott who made the decision not to charge Clinton with a crime. Scott left the DOJ in 2018 and could not be reached for comment.

About the same time the DOJ decided not to pursue charges against Clinton, the now infamous “Crossfire Hurricane” probe was being opened against then-candidate Trump. While the predicate for that investigation has been debunked, the claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin preferred Trump over Clinton is frequently referenced as fact by Democrats and some in the news media. Former Assistant FBI Director Brock disagrees with that conclusion, citing eight years of Obama and four years of Secretary of State Clinton’s appeasement of Putin.

“If Putin preferred Trump over Clinton he’s a bigger idiot than anyone thought,” Brock said, referring to a list of things the Obama Administration did to appease Putin and Russia. The list included Clinton’s “reset” with Russia, withdrawing missile defense systems from strategic allies Poland and Czech Republic, the return of ten Russian spies in 2010 before the FBI could interrogate the sleeper cell, and being conciliatory following Russia’s 2014 invasion of Crimea.

Brock says “it is in the face of all that it is beyond the scope of imagination” that Putin would have preferred Trump.

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Russia no longer needs the west

Russia no longer needs the west

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Russia’s decades long attempt to integrate with the west is not only over, but even cooperation is now off the cards, a senior strategist in Moscow has warned. Aleksey Drobinin, head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Foreign Policy Planning Department, believes that future dealings can only take place on a “transactional” basis. 

Putin is dismembering the New World Order piece bu piece

Drobinin, head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Foreign Policy Planning Department, was writing in a keynote article published on Wednesday. He explained that the West is trying to protect its power from an emerging multipolar world, which means countries like Russia which reject Washington’s so-called “rules-based order” must resist.

Thus, after the present crisis in Ukraine, there can be no return to attempts at a rapprochement with the US and its allies, he argues.

Russia’s attack against Ukraine became “a milestone on the path towards a new world order,” Drobinin added. He heads a department responsible for academic research and strategic planning on behalf of the ministry.

“Regardless of the duration and outcome of the special military operation, even now we can acknowledge that a three-decade-long period of mostly constructive, if problematic cooperation with the West is gone for good,” he said.

The breakup dispels “the last illusions” that Russians may have about the merits of a “friendly takeover” of their country by the US and its allies after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the analyst added.

He assessed that amid the current confrontation, the “irrational equation of Western with ‘progressive,’ Western with ‘attractive’” by some people in Russia was no longer “up to date.” Such moods, he said, persisted in various forms since the time of Peter the Great, who ruled the country in the late 17th and early 18th century.

The 3,500-word article gives a preview of the upcoming update of Russia’s foreign-policy concept, a document that guides the work of the foreign ministry and other parts of the government. Moscow perceives as inevitable the arrival of a multipolar world order, which would replace a brief moment of US-led unipolarity that emerged in the 1990s.

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Putin predicts ‘revolutionary’ changes

Several “civilizational” blocs, each led by a powerful nation like the US, China or Russia, will be the stakeholders in the future, but the exact configuration is yet to be determined, Drobinin predicted.

The diplomat accused the US of actively undermining international institutions and of otherwise destabilizing the world in a fruitless attempt to delay the reduction of its power. Russia is at the forefront of opposing Washington, he said.

“We have to realize that the Russophobic-minded collective West is a dangerous and motivated … opponent that remains strong, has a leading military-technological potential and controls a large portion of the global markets, financial resources, logistical chains and flows of information,” he warned.

Russia will pursue closer ties with non-Western players, foster regional integration, help create new international financial and management mechanisms that would be free from Western control and otherwise ensure that it would have a say in how the future multipolar world would work, Drobinin said.

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Pelosi created ‘flashpoint out of thin air’ – Lavrov

“For many [nations] the acute problems are access to cheap energy (not a switch to ‘green’ technology), socio-economic development (not the ultraliberal version of human rights), security and sovereign equality (not the imposed Western-style electoral democracy),” he argued.

As for dealing with nations that Russia deems “unfriendly,” it is currently “only possible on a one-shot transactional basis … in cases where Russia would benefit and where there is no suitable alternative,” the diplomat said.

According to Drobinin, Moscow hopes that Europe would distance itself from Washington and become a force of its own, as political forces pursuing sovereignty and national interests gain power.

Russia could “offer to Europe a scheme of future cooperation that would on the one hand support autonomist desires of the Europeans and on the other hand would ensure that our nation would not face any kinds of threats from the European direction,” he wrote. Pursuing that goal would be a challenge, he acknowledged.#

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4 Times Democrats And Their Media Allies Said Siccing The Cops On Political Opponents Is For Banana Republics

4 Times Democrats And Their Media Allies Said Siccing The Cops On Political Opponents Is For Banana Republics

Following the FBI’s raid on Mar-a-Lago, former President Donald Trump’s private home, Democrats and their media allies who once self-righteously condemned weaponized investigations and the use of law enforcement against political enemies have a lot to answer for. Now that the party in power has spent a year and a half conducting show trials to disparage the entire Republican Party over a riot that happened on Jan. 6, 2021, and has brazenly escalated its persecution of Republicans, conducting surprise raids against people like Trump DOJ official Jeffrey Clark and now the former president himself, silence or even approval from Democrats shows their contemptuous dishonesty. Here are four examples of leftists decrying the threat of prosecution against political opponents, while they tacitly endorse the Biden Justice Department’s attempt to hamstring Trump’s opportunity for re-election.

In a New York Times guest essay in June, Richard L. Hasen wrote that “‘Lock her up!’ chants against Hillary Clinton at 2016 Trump rallies for her use of a personal email server while she was secretary of state were so pernicious because threatening to jail political enemies can lead to a deterioration of democratic values.” In a piece dedicated to arguing for the prosecution of former President Trump — a far more serious step than chants at a rally — he admitted, “If each presidential administration is investigating and prosecuting the last, respect for both the electoral process and the legal process may be undermined.”

In a New York Times article in February, German Lopez criticized authoritarian regimes for jailing opponents to interfere with elections. “Authoritarians have also abandoned pretenses of democratic norms,” Lopez wrote. “Putin, as well as rulers in Nicaragua, Venezuela and elsewhere, once tried to at least maintain the appearance of free and fair elections. But now they regularly jail political opponents, denying the opposition the ability to campaign.”

Dave Aronberg, a Florida state attorney and former Democrat state legislator, said on MSNBC in October 2020 that Trump was “going into that tyrant mode” by calling for his opponents to be arrested. “It’s actually pretty common in countries that have dictators to jail their political opponents,” he said. “Remember, he has an affinity for Erdogan in Turkey. … In Russia, Vladimir Putin does it all the time. Kim Jong-Un jails them and kills them.”

On CNN last June, Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi herself criticized the Trump Justice Department over allegations that prosecutors “subpoenaed Apple for data from the accounts of House Intelligence Committee Democrats along with their staff and family members as part of a leak investigation.” Pelosi said that this went “even beyond Richard Nixon.” Regarding claims that Attorneys General Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr at the time did not know about the investigations, she said that was “beyond belief” and “another manifestation of [the Trump Justice Department’s] rogue activity.”

“This is just out of the question,” Pelosi said, painting the leak investigation as “undermining the rule of law.” “No matter who’s president, whatever party, this cannot be the way it goes.”


Olivia Hajicek is an intern at The Federalist and a junior at Hillsdale College studying history and journalism. She has covered campus and city news as a reporter for The Hillsdale Collegian. You can reach her at olivia.hajicek@gmail.com.

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Russia Drops Evidence Proving Big-Pharma & the DNC are Attacking the World with Covid & Monkeypox!!!

Russia Drops Evidence Proving Big-Pharma & the DNC are Attacking the World with Covid & Monkeypox!!!

SonOfEnos – August 5th, 2022

Russia is producing evidence that they’ve recovered from US Biolabs in Ukraine, and from around the world that proves Big Pharma and the Democrat National Committee are attacking the entire world with the Covid-19 and Monkeypox BIOWEAPONS they developed. This is a crime in progress and Putin’s dropping the hammer, KABOOM!!!

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Foreign body corporate owns Reserve Bank, lends money to the Commonwealth at interest

Foreign body corporate owns Reserve Bank, lends money to the Commonwealth at interest

by Kev Moore

The RBA and the ATO are owned by the owners of the corporation called “The Commonwealth of Australia”, registered with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

 “The Reserve Bank is a foreign ADI. A “foreign ADI” means a body corporate that:

(a) is a foreign corporation within the meaning of paragraph 51(xx) of the Constitution; and

(b) is authorised to carry on banking business in a foreign country; and

(c) has been granted an authority under section 9 to carry on banking business in Australia”.

Therefore under section 44 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act no person on being elected is eligible to sit in parliament as they are subject to a foreign power

Statute Law is Maritime or the Pirates of Finance law

Rabbi Reichhorn’s Protocols

“6. By the ceaseless praise of DEMOCRATIC RULE we shall divide the Christians into political parties, we shall destroy the unity of their nations, we shall sow discord everywhere. Reduced to impotence, they will bow before the LAW of OUR BANK, always united, and always devoted to our Cause.”

Section 44: Disqualification

Any person who:

    is under any acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or a citizen of a foreign power; or

    is attainted of treason, or has been convicted and is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced, for any offence punishable under the law of the Commonwealth or of a State by imprisonment for one year or longer; or

    is an undischarged bankrupt or insolvent; or

    holds any office of profit under the Crown, or any pension payable during the pleasure of the Crown out of any of the revenues of the Commonwealth: or

    has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in any agreement with the Public Service of the Commonwealth otherwise than as a member and in common with the other members of an incorporated company consisting of more than twenty-five persons;

shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the House of Representatives.

“It is illegal for an Australian company to hire a foreign official as its paid agent.” — The Reserve Bank of Australia and the Australian constitution

The Reserve Bank is a foreign ADI. A “foreign ADI” means a body corporate that:

(a) is a foreign corporation within the meaning of paragraph 51(xx) of the Constitution; and

(b) is authorised to carry on banking business in a foreign country; and

(c) has been granted an authority under section 9 to carry on banking business in Australia.

Prior to 1959 the Commonwealth issued and printed its own money and had control of the printing of money. However after the 1959 Reserve Bank Act, the Reserve Bank was established as a stand alone independent foreign ADI, which took over the printing of money and lent the money it printed to the Commonwealth at interest. So instead of the Commonwealth printing its own money, we have a foreign body corporate printing our money and lending it to the Commonwealth which the Commonwealth needs to pay back!

“RESERVE BANK ACT 1959 – SECT 77

Guarantee by Commonwealth

The Commonwealth is responsible for the payment of all moneys due by the Bank” (The commonwealth of Australia is paying money it borrows back to the stand alone bank)

(Source: http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/ … 0/s77.html)

“RESERVE BANK ACT 1959 – SECT 27

Bank to be banker for Commonwealth

The Bank shall, in so far as the Commonwealth requires it to do so, act as banker and financial agent of the Commonwealth” (The reserve bank is the Commonwealths banker and lender and the Commonwealth must pay the money back to the Bank!)

(Source: http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/ … 0/s27.html)

EVIDENCE THE BANK IS A FOREIGN ADI WITH FOREIGN LINKS AND BRANCHES:

The below act shows how foreign corporations have power of attorney over the Reserve Bank of Australia:

RESERVE BANK ACT 1959 – SECT 76

Attorney of Bank

The Bank may, by instrument under its seal, appoint a person (whether in Australia or in a place beyond Australia) to be its attorney and a person so appointed may, subject to the instrument, do any act or execute any power or function which he or she is authorized by the instrument to do or execute. (Source: http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/ … 0/s76.html)

Foreign Agents in control of the Reserve Bank of Australia:

RESERVE BANK ACT 1959 – SECT 75

Agents etc.

In the exercise of its powers and the performance of its functions, the Bank may:

(a) establish branches and agencies at such places, whether within or beyond Australia, as the Bank thinks fit;

(b) arrange with a person to act as agent of the Bank in any place, whether within or beyond Australia; and

(c) act as the agent of an ADI carrying on business within or beyond Australia.

Letter to ADIs: Operation of foreign banks in Australia

Under the Banking Act 1959, foreign banks are required to be licensed by APRA as authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) in order to conduct banking business in Australia. APRA also authorises representative offices for foreign banks that otherwise wish to maintain a permanent establishment in Australia. Representative offices are generally granted an exemption under Section 66 of the Banking Act in order to use the restricted term ‘bank’ in connection with their activity in Australia. However, they must limit their activities to those prescribed by APRA for representative offices.1

Over time, reflecting the global nature of banking business and the centralisation of many functions, foreign banks operating in Australia as branches have conducted some aspects of their local operations from offshore or outside the branch. In general, APRA does not have a fundamental concern with these types of operational structures but notes that they have the potential to lessen APRA’s ability to provide effective prudential supervision of the local operations.

Recently, APRA has received a number of proposals from foreign banks wishing to conduct activities with Australian customers from their offshore offices. As a result, APRA is issuing this letter to clarify its policy expectations with respect to business conducted in Australia, or with Australian customers, by foreign banks.

Consistent with the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s principles on home-host country supervision, APRA has generally taken the position that foreign banks soliciting and operating an active business in Australia should be subject to Australian prudential regulation and supervision, regardless of where the business is booked. However, APRA would not object to a foreign bank conducting business with Australian counterparties from its offshore offices provided:

•the foreign bank does not maintain an office or permanent staff in Australia, including staff employed by another entity within the banking group that conducts business on its behalf;

•the foreign bank is not soliciting business from retail customers in Australia;

•all business contracts and arrangements are clearly transacted and booked offshore, and are subject to an offshore legal and regulatory jurisdiction; and

•the foreign bank does not breach Section 66 of the Banking Act. APRA will not provide exemptions from Section 66 for foreign banks operating in Australia other than in conjunction with the limited activities of a representative office.

http://www.apra.gov.au/adi/Publications/Pages/Letter-to-ADIs-Operation-of-foreign-bank

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Russia Report

Russia Report

by Kuman

For those that are unaware there are two Nord stream pipelines (one and two) entering the EU from Russia. Until recently Nord Stream 1 was shut down for maintenance, this pipeline involved the turbine which was held hostage by Schwab’s puppet Trudeau. The other Nord Stream 2 pipeline runs thru the Baltic Sea. It has the capacity to transport 55 billion m3 of gas annually, its construction was completed September 2021, Gazprom has indicated the pipeline is ready for use. Germany’s masters have not allowed Germany to accept the completions certification, as a result the project was halted indefinitely. I believe the German’s are considering repurposing parts of the pipeline for an LNG terminal. Most probably they are acting under instruction and the best interests of the US in detriment to their own people’s needs and those of Europe.

Canada might supply the EU with gas as Russian supplies are cut off

Putin believes that Canada stalled the return of the turbine to Russia, because of its self-interest. Canada is the world 4th largest producer of natural gas, selling its surplus to the US in March, indicating it had the capacity to increase its hydrocarbons exports. The RF believes Canada is eyeing the EU market.

Gazprom resumed the delivery of gas from Russia to Germany through the Nord Stream 1 Baltic Sea pipeline on Thursday at 40% capacity as per the existing agreement. The pipeline is not fully charged because the turbine has not been returned, presumably it’s in transit. The quality of the repairs to the turbine may be called into question following inspection and installation as such there could be an unexpected impact on gas flow.

The German regulator expects that in 2023 the cost of gas for Germany is likely to increase threefold. In certain instances, gas prices on the stock exchange are incurring a 7-fold increase for which the everyday Germans will eventually pay for. The daily power consumption bills have doubled and continue to grow in parallel with the delivery of sanctioned packages. With further political impacts on the Nord Stream, Germany may face a shortage of “blue fuel” in autumn and winter.

It is my understanding that the first 2 EU dominos have fallen, among the EU block Lithuania and Estonia have entered into recession. The GDP of these countries will continue to fall in the second half of 2022. According to Eurostat, Estonia’s inflation has reached 22%, this is the highest rate in the EU. Second and third place among the neighbours are Lithuania (20.5%) and Latvia (19.2). The overall inflation in the Eurozone attained a historic high of 8.6% in June. The primary cause is oil and gas prices, having increased to 42% due to sanctions of their own making. Austria, Luxembourg, Belgium and Portugal are facing continued production cuts. The European Commission predicted record inflation and a slowdown in GDP growth for the entire EU and all this self-inflicted. One must wonder whether the EU politicians are complete imbeciles or they are deliberately leading Europe’s people into the dark ages, or both.

The Baltic EU members Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania ceased importing Russian gas in compliance with western sanctions. They have also rejected Russia’s request for natural gas payment in rubles. Despite 90% of the Latvia’s gas being sourced from Russia the country does not intend to resume Russian gas imports. Meanwhile, gas prices in Latvia are soaring. Some households are now paying between 66% and 90% more or gas in July 2022. This week the Estonian cost of electricity exceeded its record high. The average exchange price for Estonian electricity was €300 per megawatt-hour. The price of electricity in Finland, Latvia and Lithuania is in the same price range.

Recently the former Lithuanian Foreign Minister acknowledged the EU measures against Russia are counter-productive. The EU exchanged significantly more money with Russia when buying hydrocarbons and coal than it sent aid to Ukraine. As a result, the price of hydrocarbons continues to grow while the ruble strengthens. I wonder if they realise that they are inadvertently helping Russia.

Russia’s Trade Ministry, will focus on economic policy prioritizing domestic needs and our technological sovereignty by re-establishing the Russian military-industrial complex. Russia will increase its export potential with countries like the Middle East, SE Asia, Africa and S. America. Technological sovereignty will be ensured thru sustainable independence in all consumer sectors. Additional funding will accelerate the production of Russian analogues hence replacing imported components while implementing alternative logistical pathways to new markets for Russian products. Russia shall enhance national security and defence thru the prioritisation of Russian-made high-tech weaponry; self-reliance in the manufacture of equipment for the Russian energy sector, shipbuilding, aircraft manufacture and the enhancement of our chemical industries while reviving the electronic engineering sector.

Ukrainian entities continue to resell weaponry supplied by the western alliance. NATO supplied kamikaze drones, UAV Switchblade-300’s which are now available on the dark web, not forgetting the American “Javelins”. I believe at least one PRK has arrived in Turkey. The Pentagon has indicated that it cannot find evidence of this. I wonder what they’ll say when the EU criminal elements start applying this tech on the streets of Europe. A novel concept in democracy, in the Ukrainian-controlled portion of Zaporozhye, motorists are being stopped and issued on the spot military summonses. Apparently, the AFU is conducting mass raids in all districts, rounding up volunteers for the frontline.

In 2014 the US-backed coup overthrew the democratically elected Ukrainian government. It was then that Ukraine, incorporated Nazi militias like the Azov Battalion, into its National Guard. Western media outlets have amplified Azov propaganda. fakebook Facebook control of free speech side stepped allowing its users to praise Neo-Nazis. News outlets like “Newsweek” and the “Associated Press” inflate Zelensky to “hero” status. But they choose to ignore Zelensky’s version of democracy, which incorporates the arrest of the main opposition party’s leader, shutting down all other opposition parties while banning critical TV and online media outlets. He has gone so far as to take full control of all the major media outlets in the Ukraine. Perhaps it’s a case of finding democracy on the other side of Zelensky’s war.

In 2018 Reuters acknowledged that numerous Ukrainian militias use Nazi symbolism and continue to actively recruit the NAZI acolyte. In 2019 roughly 40 US senators signed a document demanding many of these militias, primarily Ukraine’s Azov Battalion, be designated as terrorist organizations. Again, I would say that we continue to crush the Azov NAZI’s, their tattoos simplify their identification and they are looking like becoming an endangered species at least in the new-Ukraine. It won’t be long before many will flee into the EU, good luck to the EU.

Biden’s recent visit to Riyadh was met with impotent success. The Saudis agreed to increase oil production by roughly 15 % an achievement to be met by 2027, too little too late. In March of 2022, Boris Johnson failed to convince Riyadh to jack up production, Biden in lockstep with Johnson, failed in the same manner. It may be an opportune time to mention that Saudi Arabia sells 20% of all exported oil to China and is negotiating to switch to payments in yuan.

Russia and Iran have agreed to advance mutual trade in national currencies. The Tehran Currency Exchange has launched trading in Russian rubles. They will be traded in pairs with the Iranian rial. Moscow and Tehran have signed agreements on the development of interbank and currency cooperation, another step closer to de-dollarisation. Following the weaponization of the SWIFT System all currency settlements between Kyrgyzstan and Russia are now transacted in rubles. Kyrgyzstan has switched to payment in rubles for fuel supplies from Russia. Syria is severing diplomatic relations with Ukraine. Earlier, the Syrian Foreign Ministry announced the recognition of the independence of the DPR and LPR. The Supreme leader of Iran Khamenei stated NATO would have started a war with Russia under the pretext of Crimea if the alliance had not acted to defend its sovereignty, NATO knows no boundaries.

Iran intends to transfer drones to Russia; in response the US intends to sanction Iran further. Iran is currently fully sanctioned by the US and their cohorts; I didn’t think there was anything else left to sanction. According to the Iranian Army Commander Heydari, Tehran is ready to export military equipment and weapons to the RF.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) is a Eurasian economic and security alliance and the world’s largest regional organisation covering 60% of Eurasia, 40% of the world’s population and greater than 30% of the worlds GDP. The organization currently includes India, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan. The SCO confirmed Belarus has officially applied to join and that Iran has indicated its intention to do likewise.

It was announced that the “House of Military Officers” in Vinnitsa was destroyed following a sea-launched Kalibr cruise missile strike. The strike was timed to occur when senior Ukrainian military were holding secret talks with foreign arms suppliers. They were discussing the transfer of warplanes, weapons systems and repair of the air force fleet. All participants were liquidated.

America’s House of Representatives has authorized a defence expenditure (tax payers money) of $840 billion for 2023, exceeding Biden’s proposed record military budget by $37 billion. The annual National Defence Authorization Act (which sets military expenditure), was passed on Thursday by a vote of 329-101. I wonder if they know something that we don’t. Until recently, America was secretly using private companies to buy essential goods such as fertilizers, food, seed, medicines and medical equipment from Russia.

Zelensky would like the world to believe that all of Ukraine is against Russia, but in reality, the RF receive constant and accurate intel from the general population of Ukraine. The intel provided often defines the positions of the Ukrainian forces. They are helping the RF liberate their cities from Ukrofascists occupation. This is typical of Nikolaev, Odessa and many other cities, messages continue to be received regularly from multiple sources.

The Pentagon has weaponised Microsoft Corporation; it has taken control of the entire Ukrainian information network. Zelensky has given them unrestricted access to all communication devices in the country for surveillance, provocations, computer attacks under a false flag, this was indicated by Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister.#

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Ukrainian conflict is an American war

Ukrainian conflict is an American war

Letter to the Editor

Never forget that this is an American war; an American offensive against Russia, – the Ukrainians are their proxies.

European Parliament not known for many wise decisions

As always, it’s the witless Europeans that will bear the brunt of the destruction. They obviously failed to realise that sanctions are not a one way system?: big players like Russia can also play the sanction card.

Germany has already started energy rationing, eg., the nation’s largest landlord Vonovia, has just implemented a nocturnal heating restriction policy [and this is high summer by the way!]. Two more months and winter dawns, then the action really starts.

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/social-peace-great-danger-germany-quietly-shutting-down-energy-crunch-paralyzes-economy

Both Germany and France are experiencing the wider regional repercussions of this European war.

https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/french-german-leaders-warn-populations-prepare-total-cut-russian-gas-social-unrest-loom

Since 2021, the smart money has been withdrawing from Europe at an unprecedented pace, they know their history well and have their wits about them: they know what’s coming. Many smart Germans have recently been buying up land in Paraguay and Uruguay: these people know the score.

In these circles, it is well known, – that the first Western region to fall will be Europe.

Watch this space.

from H Salza

United Kingdom

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US consulates in Kiev and Lvov have been evacuated amid Russian shelling

30,000 Syrians on sidelines willing to assist Russia

Update 9

from Cossack Colonel Yuri Komonyiski military correspondent

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky is now rounding up young adults aged 19 to 20 and sending them to the front line to fight in his war. We find this disgusting it sickens us; we try to minimize casualties under these circumstances. In the southern part of Volnavaxa all the Ukrainian fighters 40 years of age and older surrendered.

Kiev has used long range cannons to strike Belgorod on the Russian mainland, using Tochka-U rockets carrying cluster bombs. All 3 of the rockets were taken out in midflight however the body of one of these rockets fell into suburbia killing at least 5 civilians. For us that was a red line, Kiev will find our response uncompromising. Any artillery men captured from this point on will wish they hadn’t been caught. I believe that they have successfully motivated us into chasing the Ukrofascists into the heart of Berlin.

Kiev is being hit every day; they were given a chance to resolve this amicably but turned their backs on negotiation. Poroshenko (former Ukraine president) is walking the streets of London and dining in fine restaurants while everyday Ukrainians are suffering. Military repair factories and vessel repair facilities in Odessa are being bombed to pieces. The RF has put another 4 satellites into low orbit space. Americans spy planes are still feeding intelligence to Ukrainians, its just a matter of time.

The president of Belarus, Lukashenko announced that Belarus will now enter the war officially. My thoughts are that they were encouraging Belarus in this direction and seeing as the west is sanctioning Belarus to the full extent then why not. The RF will naturally assist them in everyway possible.

The city Lisichansk was taken 3.7.22, all of the Ukrofascists have been routed, the residual is now trapped in a double cauldron that is 20klm in diameter. Last night 2 our groups skipped through two towns and hadn’t noticed the Ukrainian forces hiding under a bridge. The battle ranging there is hot, a supply line is being punched through enemy lines to reach our own. There are so many mines placed in the area that that we cannot leave the roads. elarus

Our rough count estimates 2 truck loads of mines per square klm. They must have been hauling them for years, too many civilians have been killed by them. even the Ukrainian’s in their rush to get out are tripping on their own mines, mountains of these mines have been captured. The Ukrofascists saboteur groups are everywhere, in the towns and the forests, we have our work cut out for us. Based on what we are seeing the Ukrofascists and their masters were planning something big.

We caught a Russian speaking, very drunk Major, he has a very strong accent and it appears that he is not quite Russian or Ukrainian for that matter. It was mentioned to me some time ago that the Americans have a base in Texas where they gather Russian speakers whom previously lived in Russia or had an education here. This may be one of them, originally, they were intended for use in subverting the stans but now deployed to the Ukraine. It will be interesting to hear his story. He probably saved the lives of most of his fighters after he told them to run if you want to live.

The Ukrainian forces seem to be depleted of the middle rank commanders, they simply have no one to issue orders. Our recon walks around upright as the Ukrainian’s have abandoned their positions for a 3klm range. They dropped their weapons and fled; these are the actions of the defeated. We believe the instructions are being issued by foreigners hiding behind closed doors, most probably NATO.

Both the Donetsk and the Lugansk republics are fully liberated with the exception of one town Verhenkamensk which will fall in due course. In the Kharkov region in the north of the Ukraine a 3rd cauldron has been created, within it 20,000 Ukrofascists are trapped. The Ukrainians have diverted forces from Nikolaevka to assist them, too late, I think. The Ukrainians are stretched thinly, holes in the front line are appearing.

In the Lisichansk region Zelensky sent 1000 of his elite special forces (combination of Ukrainian and Americans) to counterattack the Chechen/Cossacks forces. This ended badly for Zelensky’s elite forces. In the meantime, Zelensky’s RADA have all exported there families out of the Ukraine. Both US consulates (Kiev, Lvov) in the Ukraine have been hastily evacuated, they took the hint after our missiles delivered our messages.

The American mercenaries are complaining that the Ukrainians did not pay them their money and that they were assigned security guard functions. I would have made them wash the mends jocks as they aren’t much good for anything else.

The Russians abandoned snake island, as a result the Ukrainian’s returned there and established firing positions for there cannons. It wasn’t long before a caliber missile which carries 300kg of nitrates, hit and obliterated the site, including the 3 howitzers placed there. The residual Ukrainian forces have been picking up pieces the last 2 days. We have the precise coordinates and our cannons are now within range of the island. Last night we hit snake island again with a caliber missile from one of our subs, this time the sub was spotted by the US.

We captured an American HIMLAR its now on its way for reverse engineering. Another 4 US howitzers 177 were destroyed, 2 NATO howitzers and a German 160 cannon. Sunday, we captured a German PZH2000 this is considered to be one of the most modern howitzers of its kind. It’s now on its way to be reverse engineered. It was never run in properly by the Ukrainians.

The hydrocarbons project built by Shell on Sakhalin Island at a cost of 26 billion USD, controlled by Gazprom, has been moved into a new corporation to be controlled by a new operator. Two large Japanese corporations were part owners of this projects. Not only will they lose their interest and profits which were substantial, they will also lose their supply of LNG. This was the closest source and cheapest LNG located very close to Japan.

Now they will be forced to source new hydrocarbons at a new price from the international same players as the EU. This will only drive the cost of hydrocarbons higher. The emirates have indicated that it would take at least 6 months for them to build up production before there was any chance of them being able to provide hydrocarbons to Japan. They cannot seem to understand that if you treaty Russia contemptuously then there is a high probability that there will be consequences.

Perhaps Japan should not have frozen Russian assets worth USD 33 Billion, now they will need to wait a very long time before they see any of their investment. I believe Japan should wake up and remove the American shackles along with their military bases located in Japan. 

The Syrians in the meantime have struck an American base on the border of Syria, my understanding is that 250 Americans are dead and that the base was turned to ash. During the Syrian war we managed to train them well. Currently there are 30,000 Syrians ready and willing to assist in our fight with the NATO trained and armed fascists in the Ukraine. #

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