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Russia & the Eternal Pandemic Moscow’s Sanitary Shield will normalize useless PCR tests and “vaccines”

Riley Waggaman

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In April 2021, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced ambitious plans to keep the country safe from future coronavirus-like plagues.

“In the event of an infection as dangerous as the coronavirus or perhaps more, God forbid, Russia must be ready within four days—precisely within four days—to develop its own test systems, and in the shortest possible time to create an effective domestic vaccine, to start its mass production,” Putin said during a speech to the Federation Council, Russia’s upper house of parliament.

The rapid development of tests and vaccines would be part of a “powerful and reliable shield in the field of sanitary and biological safety” that should be functional in the next three years and fully operational by 2030, the Russian leader told lawmakers.

Although far from completion, Russia’s “Sanitary Shield”—a network of laboratories and border checkpoints tasked with ensuring the country’s biosecurity—sprang into action in response to the curious emergence of monkeypox in early May.

In less than three weeks, Rospotrebnadzor, Russia’s agency for “human welfare,” created a monkeypox PCR test and applied to register a genetic smallpox vaccine.

Very impressive.

But will this “shield” actually keep Russians safe and healthy? Or is it just another gross scam? We investigated and you will probably not be even the tiniest bit surprised by what we found.

“An epidemic without a lockdown”

Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova—a passionate advocate for ineffective and potentially dangerous medications—has played a central role in Sanitary Shield’s development.

“Today we believe that this project is one of the most important, because this won’t be the only pandemic that we will have to face in our lives,” Golikova said while speaking at the New Knowledge conference in Moscow in September.

“In addition to the research centers, infrastructure will also be laid down to test new arrivals to the country. We are planning to create, at checkpoints along the whole border of the Russian Federation, express diagnostics units that can test for any virus within an hour,” she explained.

December 14, 2021: “From 2022, from January, we will begin the implementation of the Sanitary Shield federal project, under which 99 checkpoints across the state border will be equipped with an automatic system for passing passengers, as well as mobile devices for reading data about people arriving on the territory of the Russian Federation,” Golikova said. (source)

As for Sanitary Shield vaccine development: Golikova cited Sputnik V as a model to emulate, dismissing completely accurate accusations that Russia had rushed the drug’s development and safety testing.

“Today, science and engineering has reached a level that allows us to build [vaccines] like a designer, using biological, mathematical and other methods,” the deputy prime minister claimed.

Rospotrebnadzor chief Anna Popova, speaking last June at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, was similarly optimistic about Sanitary Shield’s potential, describing the program’s slogan as: “An epidemic without a lockdown.”

“This is the task that we have set. We must ensure the functioning of the country, both the economy and social relations, by preventing the spread of infection,” she said. “The task is very difficult, but we have prioritized it: new conditions, new rules you follow, that’s all.”

Investing in a global mechanism

Russia is so confident in its Sanitary Shield that it has already pitched the idea to other countries.

Commenting on the results of the G20 summit held in Rome at the end of October 2021, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said he had lobbied other nations to adopt Moscow’s approach to biosecurity.

“Russia is helping other countries to fight the pandemic, both on the bilateral and on the multilateral level: in the form of delivering vaccines, personal protection equipment, medicines and providing other technical assistance,” Siluanov told the gathering of G20 ministers.

The Russian finance minister also informed his counterparts about “measures that Russia is implementing on the national level, particularly the ‘Sanitary Shield’ project” and “suggested creating a similar mechanism on the global level.”

Taking biosecurity to the next level. (source)

Although recent geopolitical events have undoubtedly complicated Russia’s relationship with its (former?) “western partners,” Siluanov’s dream of a global Sanitary Shield should not be dismissed as mere fantasy.

Tellingly, the development of the fabled Shield is on the agenda at this year’s St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. Described as “Russia’s answer to Davos,” SPIEF has boasted VIP guests such as Klaus Schwab and Henry Kissinger.

On June 17, a SPIEF panel will discuss how the Sanitary Shield program could help Russia become a leader in “biological safety.”

According to a description of the event on SPIEF’s website, the hope is that mass testing and vaccination will negate the need for economy-ruining lockdowns, thereby promoting “sustainable economic and social development.”

If lockdowns don’t work (and they don’t), why is the Russian government creating the false choice between vaxxing and house arrest? Nobody knows:

Preparedness for threats to people’s health has become one of the fundamental factors for sustainable economic and social developmentA month of lockdown could lead to zero growth in the economy for the year…

The government’s investments in a ‘sanitary shield’ have a multiplier effect by attracting additional investments in science, the development of biotechnology, the production of tests and vaccines…

In what specific areas of biological safety can Russia become a leader and create standards? What mechanisms are needed to multiply investments in the ‘sanitary shield’?

But what kind of investments are we talking about, specifically? And are there opportunities for “healthy” profits?

Russia’s PCR racketeers

The PCR testing market in Russia reportedly rakes in at least $1.7 billion per annum—a new boon for biomedical and pharmaceutical companies. Thanks to Sanitary Shield, PCR tests may become a bottomless pot of gold for firms that win government tenders.

As Russian outlet Octagon revealed in a must-read report from September, all the major players in the country’s PCR market are extremely well-connected and have been the main beneficiaries of the “pandemic.”

For example, Generium, part of oligarch Viktor Kharitonin’s business empire, was among the first firms to enter the PCR test racket. The company received the right to sell tests on April 2, 2020, only a few weeks after the official start of the “pandemic” in Russia. Kharitonin was showered with rubles after the Russian health ministry listed one of his highly dubious drugs, Arbidol, as a treatment for coronavirus.

Another major supplier of PCR tests is R-Pharm, which teamed up with Russia’s sovereign wealth fund (RDIF) to manufacture vaccines and COVID “treatments.”

As we documented in a previous article, R-Pharm made huge profits after Russia’s health ministry listed its HIV medication, Kaletra, as an approved treatment for COVID. Despite there being zero evidence that Kaletra was effective against the new virus, billions of rubles in public funds were spent on procuring the drug for government medicine stocks.

R-Pharm’s profile on the World Economic Forum’s website (source)

Sistema-BioTech, controlled by Davos-friendly oligarch Vladimir Evtushenkov, also has a piece of the PCR pie.

The other two big players are run by the Russian government. “Vector-Best” operates under the umbrella of Anna Popova’s Rospotrebnadzor; the health ministry’s Gamaleya Center, famous for developing an unproven genetic injection, is also involved in the PCR test market, Octagon reported.

“PCR studies”

Science follows the money—it’s a universal truth. In Russia, the creation of a network of PCR-centric “biosafety” laboratories means that a new generation of medical professionals will need to be trained in the art of swabbing.

On June 2, Russian media reported that a destitute medical school would be given new life as a Sanitary Shield-affiliated education institution.

And what will young Russians learn at this fancy new school? “PCR studies.”

Reorganizing medicine and “biosafety” around a “test” that is not fit for purpose: safe and effective.

If you want a picture of the future, imagine a giant Q-tip swabbing your body-holes—forever.

Darn it.

Riley Waggaman is your humble Moscow correspondent. He worked for RT, Press TV, Russia Insider, yadda yadda. In his youth, he attended a White House lawn party where he asked Barack Obama if imprisoned whistleblower Bradley Manning (Chelsea was still a boy back then) “had a good Easter.” Good times good times. You can subscribe to his Substack here, or follow him on twitter or Telegram.

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Annie
Annie
Jun 19, 2022 4:24 PM

These leaders are insane but not as insane as the people believing in this bs.

Frank
Frank
Jun 16, 2022 11:24 AM

Stopped reading about halfway through, after losing count of the number of logical fallacies.
Off-G’s more than slightly cherry-picky they’re-all-in-on-it-no-really-they-are narrative is getting a little old now.

Jt K
Jt K
Jun 16, 2022 6:20 PM
Reply to  Frank

What’s your narrative Frank – Pfizer cares about our health?

Frank
Frank
Jun 16, 2022 10:48 PM
Reply to  Jt K

No, far from it. Is that really what you get from my comment? The subject of the article is Russia, isn’t it?

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 15, 2022 3:02 PM

Riley,

Do you have any information or opinion on the following criminalisation of speech in Russia?

https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n272/rr-13
Should spreading anti-vaccine misinformation be criminalised?
Published 17 February 2021

25 February 2021
Vasiliy Vlassov
Physician
Russian Society for Evidence Based Medicine
Moscow

Rapid Response:
Re: Important argument against
Dear Editor,

I have an important argument to offer against the criminalization of spreading disinformation: In Russia, the spread of disinformation about the Great Patriotic War, about Veterans, about COVID-19, about religious beliefs (and about vaccines, of course) is already criminalized. It should be clear, that a free society should not go this way.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 13, 2022 11:09 PM

off the cuff:

Fuck dat anti Russian shit. Slava Rossiya Z, with a calibrated zhit. I’ve followed this stuff since Maidan, fuk Ukropia. an especial shock project, failed state, banana republic of Europa.
Anyone who believes in “the Ukraine” is a fukwit, but then nobody reads books anymore.
Post truth era.

Putin? who knows, Putin ain’t looked the same in a loong time GI. big time.
Putin another stooge??? but not the same Puto i recognised years ago? maybe its the Teste and Botox??? or dat CGI?

I am fed up with riley and marko shitting on Russia, or is it just Puto they shit upon?
i am well exposed to a plethora of “news”, but sometimes folks just find a soap box…? and spout shite. in the balance of things AE and its editors loose confidence. we will see in time.

AE has serious credibility issues these past few months and Rileys association diminishes any worthy comment.

the court is yours waggaman, do explain. and don’t refer me back to your articles, i read them. indeed i get your point in a sense, but cannot explain the other sense.

fuck the Ukrops, fuck the contrived madness of the west.

Howard
Howard
Jun 12, 2022 4:11 PM

FWIW (probably nothing) I, for one, despise the ridiculous Up/Down Voting System. All it amounts to is a popularity poll for positions taken. Each and every Up or Down Vote is entirely predictable.

It kind of makes Truth or Falsehood an item in a poll. Most everyone here thinks, e.g., that Mr Putin was hatched in Klaus Schwab’s back pocket. Maybe he was – or maybe he wasn’t. Assuming either way closes one’s mind to further investigation.

I, too, love certainty; but I would hate letting it get in the way of Truth.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jun 12, 2022 2:20 PM

The concluding story is a distortion.

There’s no ‘University of PCR’. It’s an old condemned school building that’s been acquired/converted by an adjacent Medical institute.

Lost in Google translation?

Jax
Jax
Jun 12, 2022 5:20 AM

putin and zelinski are bffs
all the world is a stage
freemason actors
handshakes in secret
goyim inside of their cage

rememberingmonkey
rememberingmonkey
Jun 11, 2022 10:31 PM

Something about Putin riding that bear without a shirt on. The likes and dislikes are lighting up the comment section all the way to the bottom of the page. Whatever you think about Vlad, he never induces neutrality.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 11, 2022 11:16 PM

Au contraire, I’m completely neutral about Vladdy P (“Swaggy P” East with a nasty’Euro-step’?). AS I am sure are others of like ilk: all those who find it imprudent, without any real “preponderance” of evidence, to reach a reliable verdict, of either decisive kind, or even mix and match.

That said, a state of eternal pandemic is convenient to most rulers, especially the weaker ones, much like a perennial state of “total war” as touted by Tojo and his Axis buddies was the one “best” suited to their agendas.

Geo Martin
Geo Martin
Jun 13, 2022 1:17 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

I do have my bias, I prefer Mel Gibson over Vlad Putin for action hero for example. In reality TV I like the Donald more than Alan Sugar. In comedy I think Bush is hilarious, his latest gag confusing Irak for Ukraine was comedy genius.
Klauss as a Bond villain is a bit over acted and unoriginal, Tedros is really boring; I prefer Billy Gates as a more up to date geeky style baddie, more with the time. Obama does the good cop pretty convinsingly while Australian Andrews is great cast on the bad cop role. I couldn’t watch Johnny Depp turn into a soap opera ham, but hey the guy has an expensive mortgage I get it.
Everyone has different tastes when it comes to the world play, and all tastes are catered for, don’t worry we’ll always be entertained.
The world is a stage, I don’t know who writes the script, perhaps the goat he self, I he surely is evil but indeed is a funny guy.

Jorge Cerra
Jorge Cerra
Jun 11, 2022 10:10 PM

A lot of businesses, a lot of money, mathematics, politicians, vaccines galore, but where are the prophylaxis, the promotion of virological studies in the faculties of medicine, the clinical examination of possible infected people, the research of alternative therapies ?
The world has bought the technocratic narrative, and patients and doctors seem not to be part of the equation. The world won’t be healthy à la Gates.

Sophie Johnson
Sophie Johnson
Jun 11, 2022 5:59 PM

There is a surprising load of scoffing going on here about Russia’s Sputnik and PCR. Is that because we have not heard that the Sputnik is making many people suffer nasty, often fatal , ‘adverse events’ like our mRNA jabs are doing.? Is it becuase Russia’s PCR is not as unfit for the purpose of diagnosis as ours is? Or is it because pointless lockdowns have not trashed the Russian economy like our pointless, insane, sadistic lockdowns have trashed ours?

In case anyone is thinking that Russia is just not telling the world about its adverse Sputnik events: Hungary bought only the Sputnik for its population. There is no talk there about adverse events either. And both countries have a healthy population and economy — in Russia this is so despite the vicious sanctions. Ahem?

Riley
Riley
Jun 11, 2022 6:20 PM
Reply to  Sophie Johnson

Russia has zero publicly available post-vaccination data and in countries that do monitor adverse events, and use Sputnik + other vaccines, Sputnik does not perform particularly well. Even while being threatened with fines and imprisonment, doctors in Russia have come forward to speak out about serious adverse events and deaths linked to the vaccine. If you are arguing that Sputnik V is “safe and effective”, I disagree. I laid out my case on this subject here: https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/sputnik-v-what-youre-not-being-told?s=w

Elleon Ken
Elleon Ken
Jun 11, 2022 8:26 PM
Reply to  Riley

I’m afraid people like you Riley and Corbett are set on seeing everything through a ‘in it together’ lens. Some people send me your articles as a way of proving Russia is hand in hand with WEF’s agenda, but the problem is when I respond with this link ( https://odysee.com/@UnlimitedHangout:a/2022-04-01-Panel–UH—OffGuardian:c ) where Matthew explains the difference between Russia and the Western puppets/agents operating in Russia, neither you nor Ian Davis had an answer, in fact both of you tried to avoid the question, until Whitney had to step up and remind you that both of you haven’t answered the question about 5th column/deep state (whatever you wanna call it) operating in Russia.
The WEF’s end game agenda is about climate change, and Russia is absolutely going the opposite direction when it comes to this topic. In fact Putin (who’s apparently dead according to MSM) in his last interview a couple of days ago, mocked the West’s green energy concept. I guess this is yet another one of those “it’s all theater” that some are going on about.

Riley
Riley
Jun 11, 2022 11:13 PM
Reply to  Elleon Ken

The WEF’s end game agenda is about climate change, and Russia is absolutely going the opposite direction” — really? because the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum will convene a few days, and a top agenda item is climate change.
https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/mass-vaccination-and-climate-change?s=w

The article has all relevant links to the SPIEF agenda. So don’t take my word for it. Browse at your leisure.

By the way, during the same “debate”, Tom Luongo claimed Russia had pegged the ruble to gold. This was 100% false and is still false.
https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/imf-obedient-bank-of-russia-rejects?s=w

And please don’t tell me about how I “see” things — you obviously have no idea how I see things.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Jun 11, 2022 11:50 PM
Reply to  Elleon Ken

The WEF’s end game agenda is about climate change . . .

The oligarchy doesn’t give a damn about climate change. It’s just a means of control. They’re in the process of implementing a totalitarian, internet-based control grid and Putinesque Russia is up in the vanguard with Israel and China.

BTW; I haven’t bothered watching the video, but does Ehret mention the “Heavenly Jerusalem” project and the resurrection of Khazari?

https://risingtidefoundation.net/2021/12/27/the-forgotten-jewish-christian-muslim-alliance-and-chinas-silk-road

Geo Martin
Geo Martin
Jun 13, 2022 1:38 PM
Reply to  Elleon Ken

So basically the story goes like this: team Vlad are trying to save their people (and the world) by developing the real antidote to the genetically engineered mutant virus created by the evil Western team in an obscure CIA run China lab. Brilliant! Pass me the pop corn please.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 11, 2022 9:27 PM
Reply to  Sophie Johnson

The scoffing is aimed at the belief that Russia is somehow outside the covid game and represents some kind of challenge to that huge confidence trick.

This is clearly not the case.

So who cares if Sputnik isn’t having the same adverse effects? All the vaccines are utterly gratuitous pools of piss which, at best, will do nothing whatsoever.

As for Russia’s PCR not being “as unfit for the purpose of diagnosis as ours is”, considering the purpose of ours was purely to boost the case figures, does that mean the Russian test produced less positives?

And as for “our pointless, insane, sadistic lockdowns”, they were neither pointless nor insane but certainly sadistic in that their whole purpose was to trash our economy. Just as the Ukraine palaver is doing too.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 11, 2022 11:29 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Granting that possibly, or perhaps probably, all of that downside of those details is accurate about Russia, it still may not follow logically that Russia is an equal partner, or even a real partner, in the “confidence game” (or “trick”) when, like even the smallest players, much less geopolitically significant than Russia, it is more or less compelled to play that game, and all of them to (varying) degrees hostages of the Great Western Bank(sters)?

Canadian Bacon
Canadian Bacon
Jun 12, 2022 5:46 AM
Reply to  John Ervin

So they ARE in it together but only because they have no choice…

Mike
Mike
Jun 11, 2022 11:11 PM
Reply to  Sophie Johnson

Hungary had some quite bad death figures. Maybe the highest in Europe. As high as 1500 excess deaths a week during the lead up to xmas in both 2020 and 2021. That is a good 50% or 60% increase. Cause is ‘the vaccine’ indirectly I woud say. There is no such thing as a safe one. Same allopathic fake medicine, different district. It is about as different as the Mcdonalds menus differ in different countries. Some even have a vegan burger but not Hungary. Even the beautiful women no longer exist in Hungary, such is the poor state of their health.

Howard
Howard
Jun 11, 2022 5:13 PM

Undoubtedly Mr Putin is a true child of Davos and of Western Globalism in general. But perhaps not entirely in the way normally presented.

Russia is arguably the most polluted nation state on the planet. They’ve even managed to pollute remote Lake Baikal, the world’s largest and deepest fresh water lake. So it’s only natural Mr Putin would take a page from the playbook the West has perfected: find something other than industrialization to blame it on.

And that “something” just happens to be germs. You know: germs – one size fits all.

Certainly that makes him a monumental copycat of the Klaus Schwab school of public relations. But the jury may still be out on whether he’s an actual stooge.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 11, 2022 11:32 PM
Reply to  Howard

Exactly. Perhaps the key point?

Geo Martin
Geo Martin
Jun 13, 2022 1:46 PM
Reply to  Howard

All those guys in power on all sides are enjoying the best things this world has to offer; and many of the worst as well, from a moral perspective but who cares now right?
So to believe they would throw it all away for ideals or something of that calibre, is self delusion at its finest.

Dale
Dale
Jun 11, 2022 3:56 PM

I meant Moscow, Russia not Moscow, Idaho.

Dale
Dale
Jun 11, 2022 3:24 PM

It’s all good. I just had a bathroom visit and eliminated you from my system.

Dale
Dale
Jun 11, 2022 2:36 PM

I have a friend, living in Moscow, who pooh-poohs all of this. Consistently maintains there are no such pressures, cajolings or restriction. And if there are, everybody ignores them.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 3:26 PM
Reply to  Dale

Really, that’s funny because I have a friend living in Moscow who says your friend is full of shit

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 11, 2022 9:18 PM
Reply to  MLS

Perfect response!

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 11, 2022 11:34 PM
Reply to  MLS

mathematically “touché” lol

Riley
Riley
Jun 11, 2022 4:35 PM
Reply to  Dale

This article is about Sanitary Shield, a biosecurity program used to pump out useless PCR tests and vaccines. COVID restrictions in Moscow were dropped in mid-March (except for mandatory vaxxing for certain business sectors). COVID PCR tests and vaccines remain, of course. Unfortunately it’s way too soon to assume Russia has dumped COVID, as Putin just announced that the “active phase” of the “fight against coronavirus” is “still ongoing”: https://ria.ru/20220609/koronavirus-1794362388.html

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 11, 2022 11:46 PM
Reply to  Riley

It is the testing equivalent of Putin puttin’ oil economics on the ruble. It is to create more space and more separation from pushy hegemons.

I saw my Golden State Warriors (NBA) do just that last night against the Boston Celtics (who may serve for this example as synecdoches for all that is simply hateful) and it didn’t come easy there, either, but Steph Curry created just enough space, just enough separation, to score 1 for the ages. The sense one gets about this, as about that, is that such strategic moves are central to the campaign?

Art Costa
Art Costa
Jun 11, 2022 1:01 PM

There’s an enigma formed around Putin/Russia, the Multi-polar vs. the one-world under the Reset/4IR/Smart-everything. No one can really tell whether Russia is in or out. Or simply hedging its bets. Was Putin faking when he once tried to join the NATO clique, or does he really want to belong to the “club”? I’m not convinced a multi-polar world isn’t just the same as the one-world Reset with some version differences.

No one is a savior, and certainly no “head of state” will right this calamity to humanity.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 3:28 PM
Reply to  Art Costa

The only people who find this to be an enigma and “can’t tell” where Putin’s at are the people who just can’t face the fact their idol is not, after all, the valiant opponent of globalist corruption.

The evidence is clear if they want to see it.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 12, 2022 12:09 AM
Reply to  MLS

“ The evidence is clear if they want to to see it “ It would be refreshing if you actually provide it !

Canadian Bacon
Canadian Bacon
Jun 12, 2022 5:53 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

I thought that’s what this article is doing?

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 12, 2022 12:45 PM
Reply to  Canadian Bacon

“ I thought that’s what this article is doing “ Really !

Let’s see F.W.Engdahl has to say about Putin being a lackey for the Globalists

https://www.voltairenet.org/article168007.html

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 13, 2022 7:01 PM
Reply to  Canadian Bacon

I don’t know about Ed Slasqvat these days, certainly very unsure about his pal at AE.
have BRICS plus a host of other countries not just left/leaving various UN apparatchik entities? and yes I read your article weeks back about WHO and Russia’s pretend exit,…but keep hearing whispers.

the rhetoric on AE is becoming as credible as The Sun in terms of gloatingly anti-putin, or is it anti-russian??

i get that some people are maybe indeed just showing us the Rus are as fukt as the West in terms of NWO stuff, but the tone is hateful and mocking on AE, especially about russian “failures” in the SMO….. seems another inversion at play?

Ed/Riley, you’re patter is less so, but consistent in anti-somethingabout Russia, and you remain Marko’s special friend and sub editor?

Fuck knows what Marko is playing at, at the very least he’s being a smarty-pants, at worst he enjoys MSM fictions celebrating Russian death.
What you playing at Ed?

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 12, 2022 12:21 AM
Reply to  MLS

The fact that you are so absolutist in that stance and statement speaks volumes, more than any actual proof, about what this PR psyop is all about. You are trying to produce “facts-not-in-evidence” as if they are the ultimate smoking gun, pushing for a pre-ordained bad rap. That’s a bit sloppy, as gambits go. But it serves.

“Methinks thou doth protest too much” before all the bullets have been collected.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 12, 2022 12:11 AM
Reply to  Art Costa

Art Costa wrote: 6/11/2022 1:01 PM
“There’s an enigma formed around Putin/Russia, the Multi-polar vs. the one-world under the Reset/4IR/Smart-everything.”

It calls to mind Churchill’s famous saying. that Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma, when weighing all its aims and intentions (and let’s not forget China. about whom that has been said for centuries and may be even more historically accurate).

Putin at least occupies a very significant position in this global economic chess game and it doesn’t require a rocket science advanced degree to suspect, with what seems knowable about his loyalties and objectives, that his strategic savvy is in practical play to protect, as long-term as is possible. Foremost. Who can blame him for that? (Other than Nazis and their banksters, I mean?)

Dale
Dale
Jun 11, 2022 12:10 PM

Heartened to learn that barely 50% of Russkies have been fully vaccinated.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 3:30 PM
Reply to  Dale

The Russian govt must be well pissed off then. No wonder they keep pushing covid BS and promoting their untested vax – just like the West.

Geo Martin
Geo Martin
Jun 13, 2022 1:59 PM
Reply to  Dale

And about 0.10 in Burundi…So?

banana
banana
Jun 11, 2022 11:32 AM

Putin will play the role of “Moshiach ben David” and Trump will play the role of “Moshiach ben Yosef.” Its so it hurts

Victor G.
Victor G.
Jun 11, 2022 3:52 PM
Reply to  banana

Well that’s boldly put!

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jun 11, 2022 10:56 AM

Europe in 1914 was ruled over by royal families who were often related to each other. Our own lovely English Saxe-Coburgs had changed their name to Windsor, then came the Ottomans, the Habsburgs, the Hohenzollerns, the Romanovs did I leave any out!? Oh, yes they intermingled and had their own little soirees, and earlier including our own lovely Queen Victoria and her husband, a German royal of Saxe-Coburg. However, it was to last – 1914 put a stop to that. But the party was not to last.

“The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time”,

British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey remarked to a friend on the eve of the United Kingdom’s entry into the First World War

Yes they all went to war with each other. If they were ‘all in it together’ which seems to be the current theory how come they fought a ferocious war for four years. A war which pretty much ended in their demise, apart from the UK (unfortunately).1914 changed everything. This was Geopolitics 101. All the royal families were gone.

The coming war, between the US and its EU proxies in the NATO bloc has already started, Russia and China are the targets. And the peoples of the Global South look on deciding which horse to back.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 11, 2022 11:14 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

“All the royal families were gone.”

Er, not all of them.

BTW Guy Richards wrote a forgotten book that the Romanovs were not executed. I wonder if the whole Anastasia story was invented as a mid-direction using a mind-control dupe or actor?

BTW2 Sir Edward Grey wasn’t sad to see war break out in 1914 as his famous quote implies. He was one of of a triumvirate, along with Asquith and Haldane, who’d taken control of foreign and military policy in the Liberal government and who manipulated it into a war plotted by the Milner Group. Whether LLoyd George was as independent of all this as claimed remains an open question given his subsequent promotion of Milner to the War Cabinet. He may have been blackmailed (there was plenty he could’ve been blackmailed about!) or party to the operation all along.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 11:51 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

That they are all in it together is not a theory, it’s a rational conclusion based on overwhelming evidence. So arguments from incredulity don’t count.

The only alternative is Q-thinking, where people like Matt Ehret say it might LOOK like they’re all in it together but just trust in the long game & eventually we’ll see Russia is just playing along as part of a master plan to beat the globalists.

That’s just a refuge for people who can’t yet face reality.

BTW – the Royal families didn’t die they just moved house and took their wealth with them. Most are still around today, and are indeed part of that globalist elite you don’t think exists.

I will believe in this much hyped war between East-West when it actually materializes. Until then it’s just another phony reality like all the others.

Victor G.
Victor G.
Jun 11, 2022 3:57 PM
Reply to  Donald Duck

The House of Savoy survived WWI intact and were able to give a superb lessons in the behaviors of monarchy under fascism and beyond.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 11, 2022 10:10 AM

In less than three weeks, Rospotrebnadzor, Russia’s agency for “human welfare,” created a monkeypox PCR test and applied to register a genetic smallpox vaccine.’

Let’s work our way through that, shall we:

  1. Day 1: do computer simulations on monkeypox genome to identify putative PCR primers maximising true positive results and minimising false negative and false positive results.
  2. Day 2: synthesise the best 12 primer pairs to do initial PCR tests using computer-generated optimal reaction conditions.
  3. Day 3: Purify oligonucleotide primers and run initial PCR test reactions overnight.
  4. Day 4: test the primer sets on human blood DNA/RNA to test for baseline negative results using primer pairs and eliminate any showing false positives.
  5. Day 5: using the best primer pairs from day 4, spike human blood DNA/RNA with purified monkeypox nucleic acids and run PCR reactions to determine sensitivity of detection systems for each primer pair.

So at the end of week 1, you have done initial trials of 12 primer pairs chosen by AI and measured their rates of false negatives and the limits of true positive detection sensitivity.

Week 2:

  1. Day 1: test 12 combinations of 3 sets of primer pairs to carry out simultaneous PCR amplifications, testing for both false positives at a given number of cycles (25 or less) and false negatives in positive control samples. Select three combinations to move forward for further testing. the point of this PCR redundancy is to reduce false positives and demand intact virus be present for positive samples to be designated thus.
  2. Day 2: Carry out a variety of sensitivity analyses of PCR amplifications, varying the cycling conditions, salt concentrations within buffers, nucleotide concentrations etc. This test is just to ensure that minor deviations in manufacturing/reagent preparation protocols do not inherently affect test outcomes.
  3. Day 3: test blind 5 putative positive human samples, 5 putative human negative samples and 5 cell culture samples known to have monkeypox virus within them. Samples will be supplied by colleagues working outside the test development centre and will simply be labelled 1 – 15 with no indication as to which samples are which. Each sample will be titrated over a 1000 fold range of concentrations to test sensitivity and specificity. Data from PCR reactions will be sent electronically to the colleagues supplying the samples who will match up the test results with the samples supplied.
  4. Day 4: evaluate the sensitivity and specificity results and determine which, if any, of the three primer sets used is most reliable and useful for a diagnostic test.
  5. Day 5: Set up vials of the selected primer sets, reagent kits etc and have them shipped to three independent test centres along with protocols. Arrange for the colleagues supplying putative positive, negative human samples and cell culture positive control samples to ship them to these secondary test centres.

So after two weeks, a putative test kit has undergone preliminary testing and arrangements have been made for 3 independent centres to test that putative kit early the next week.

Week 3:

  1. Day 1: Independent test centres receive samples and set up PCR reactions to run overnight and send data electronically to the sample supplier.
  2. Day 2: Results are analysed and a Zoom conference organised to discuss secondary centre testing results.
  3. Day 3: if everything is OK, necessary regulatory paperwork is developed and first drafts completed. Electronic drafts sent to all participants in the kit development.
  4. Day 4: participants feed back any comments/proposed amendments to the draft and final draft is created by the drafters.
  5. Day 5: the PCR test kit registration documents are sent to regulatory authorities.

Now that’s all very well, but all that has been done is create a proof-of-concept kit in research laboratories.

No manufacturing scale-up tests have been done for any of the reagents, be that oligonucleotides, dNTPs, buffers, vials, control samples etc.

It assumes that all PCR machinery used in Russia is identical to those used at the central test centres (that might be sensible, but might not be true) – every PCR machine shows slightly different heating block realities which mean that amplification conditions may need to be modified (not necessarily, but in a proper ‘fit for purpose’ development programme, such matters are always tested for).

It assumes zero slip ups in laboratory protocols (probably done robotically these days on high scale, but at test development level, it may still be done by humans).

But I can certainly agree that it’s theoretically feasible to develop a PCR test kit prototype in 3 weeks and send in registration documents.

-CO
-CO
Jun 11, 2022 2:43 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Who claimed to have sequenced the alleged Monkeypox viral genome from a natural progenitor virus Rhys, BEFORE the virus can be allegedly be replicated and reproduced as a whole, in the “accessible, susceptible and permissive” host cells that virology has conjured up for the purpose? If that cannot be determined then all the rest relating to ‘primers’ and ‘computer simulations of the genome’ etc is problematic.

Fascism by any other name
Fascism by any other name
Jun 11, 2022 9:50 AM

Rockefeller Medicine was the Frankenstein monster created a century ago, suppressing REAL health treatments that actually cure diseases and infections, like ozone therapy.

Probably the worst crime against humanity was when the medical industry was seized by the robber barons and steered toward a chemical-based allopathic regime.

The Flexner Report – John D. Rockefeller’s Ticket to the Monopolization of the Medical Industry

“In days gone by, science might have worked this out but its been so captured by these relationships with corporate means and the rush to force things from the laboratory to the marketplace that created all this. So the [true] method of science is an old one.

We never had this incessant urging [in the past] to produce something useful—what that means is profitable. And under those circumstances everybody is caught up in it… grants, millions of dollars flowing into laboratories, careers are made.”

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 11, 2022 9:31 AM

Subtle stuff:

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2022/05/covid-reinfection-research-immunity/639436/

You Are Going to Get COVID Again … And Again … And Again

HEEEEEERE’S COVID!

-CO
-CO
Jun 12, 2022 8:44 PM
Reply to  George Mc

If an original Covid progenitor or parent virus (if one could ever be proven to exist) cannot secure its own natural conditions of existence George, BEFORE its alleged replication and reproduction cycle commences – how can it be the cause of Covid? If the specialized host cells postulated by virology have to do EVERYTHING for the virus as virologists appear to believe (and I can’t think why), then what causes COVID Again…And Again… And Again????. In the Middle Ages people had a strong fear of things invisible such as ghosts – now alleged pathogenic viruses have taken over from ghosts! Perhaps its now the ghost virus particles that are putting the shits up people – ensuring that they get the likes of COVID Again… And Again …And Again!!! Strange thing the Human Mind.

Sean.
Sean.
Jun 11, 2022 8:49 AM

Riley Waggaman, the humble and humourous Moscow journalist (formerly of Russia Insider) must by now have clocked up at least a hundred articles on this single theme of “Russia Pharma is Evil, Russian leaders (Putin, Lavrov, Zaharova etc) are simply brilliant two faced evil actors (not too different from the supreme court jester of Kiev) colluding with the international lucifarian globalist elite to better enslave us all”.
Sorry.. I don’t buy it ….

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 9:28 AM
Reply to  Sean.

I think the fact shills are turning up to disparage the hard facts in this article with straw man nonsense and arguments from incredulity is very very revealing.

sean
sean
Jun 11, 2022 11:57 AM
Reply to  MLS

To quote Riley´´Science follows the money—it’s a universal truth´´. In this respect, Russia will be no different to other countries unless there is a sea-change in its overall political philosophy, disallowing all experimental medical/monetary conjugal liaisons. Could this ever happen anywhere, now or in the future and if so, how? I feel that alternative thinking types at this extraordinary time are gaining moral strength inside Russia, so who knows …?
I think the SMO in Ukraine is sensed by many across the globe as the ´´first lancing´´ of the ´´global combine boil´´ that afflicts not just Russia but all of humanity.
Now if I had a vested interest in promoting the smoothest transition to my dystopean global technate, I would try very hard (using all available tools) to undermine trust in those carrying out this painful but necessary surgery.

Riley
Riley
Jun 11, 2022 10:36 AM
Reply to  Sean.

Suggestion: explain what you “don’t buy” (as in, claims made in the article, and please provide counter-evidence, with sources) and we can have a discussion. If you can refute the information presented in the article, I will make the appropriate corrections.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 13, 2022 11:32 PM
Reply to  Riley

as a mere reader: explain Riley the tone of your “parent” sponsor AE and it’s almost rabid celebration of alleged russian losses in the Ucraina as oppossed to the strongly pro-anti-empire(occident) that AE expressed up until january?

do you despie puto that much or is it the NWHO (with putin as agent) that irks you?

roula
roula
Jun 11, 2022 11:07 AM
Reply to  Sean.

So ad personam aside, now on to ad rem. So what is your position?

John Ervin
John Ervin
Jun 12, 2022 2:31 AM
Reply to  Sean.

It does seem vulnerable, strictly speaking, as an argument.

Especially as those who buy into it seem so eager, too eager, to nail that accusation and the assumed guilty as charged, shut.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 12, 2022 10:32 AM
Reply to  Sean.

There was a earlier comment here that all the jab brands depend on the US CDC patent. They all contain the infernal spike. Perhaps the differ in the optional additives.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 7:18 AM

Can we now start to talk about how strange this alleged war is?

1) How hard it is to see footage of contemporary destruction anywhere outside the places that already had extensive damage during the 8-year low level war. No video of shell-damaged Kiev has surfaced yet. Hardly anything fresh out of Donetsk. And so many of the damaged buildings in Mariupol look to have been that way a long time.

2) Almost total absence of evidence that the actual Russian army ever entered Donbas in appreciable ‘invasion’ numbers. –

  • No signs of up to date state of the art military equipment, just ancient Cold War cast-offs
  • No fit, trained elite soldiers, just middle aged guys in ad hoc camo who lack even basic military training.

What we see is volunteer DPR units, often apparently just running training exercises.

3) Persistent claims of and evidence for FAKERY on BOTH sides. Fake bodies, training exercises being sold as the real deal.

IF THIS IS A REAL WAR WHY DOES EITHER SIDE NEED TO FAKE BATTLE FOOTAGE?

Can we at least discuss this? Someone needs to sooner or later.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 11, 2022 8:57 AM
Reply to  MLS

Also, brave Western leaders continue to visit the capital. Even the Pope want to put in an appearance.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 9:05 AM
Reply to  MLS

“ IF THIS IS A REAL WAR WHY DOES EITHER SIDE NEED TO FAKE BATTLE FOOTAGE “

There are plenty of recordings of actual battles, death and destruction from the Special Military Operation on Telegram and elsewhere. Here is one example.

https://southfront.org/

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 9:55 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

I look at SF every day. It’s their output, amongst others, I’m referring to in the comment above.

I invite you to look at the page you linked to objectively. Compare it to reports from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan.

To put it succinctly –

WHERE’S THE WAR?

I don’t doubt there’s shelling going on like there has been for the last EIGHT years. I don’t doubt some civilians get caught in it & die, as they have for the last EIGHT years (though some of those ‘corpses’ have been obviously fake).

But where’s the WAR? You know — the WAR. The big proxy one between Russia and NATO we are told is killing hundreds of soldiers and utilizing cutting edge weaponry, drones, tanks, THOUSANDS of men?

Why is no one caught in it and filming it? Where’s the aftermath of those massive pitched battles?

Why is it that all we ever see are a half dozen undertrained guys in a meadow with some aged hardware firing at an “enemy” we don’t see? Or a few tanks just rolling about as if giving a display? Why when we do see real modern Russian artillery is it never in an identifiable Ukraine location and could honestly be a recruitment vid?

Why are the (invisible) Russians content to play WW1 trench warfare like the DPR did for years when they have the manpower and hardware to roll right over those trenches & take any city they choose?

And who the fuck is putting that movie war music over those silly little vids of drones etc to try to make them more exciting?

Apparently the soap opera now dictates Russia are “winning” – but we don’t see how. Just like we didn’t see how they were losing.

Tell me why this ISN’T just what it looks like – a desultory pseudowar consisting of a few DPR units and a few Azov or whatever, doing “training exercises” that rarely involve actually encountering each other and produce a bare minimum of collateral damage?

A fake war to push along the globalist agenda both sides support.

Brianborou.
Brianborou.
Jun 11, 2022 10:32 AM
Reply to  MLS

If you noticed, I said there are plenty of sites on Telegram showing the aftermath of the Special military operation, For example, the destruction of the mercenaries training camp in Western Ukraine,thel destruction of the infrastructure,
reporters on the ground such as Patrick Lancaster, the visual evidence of the incredible destruction of Mauriopol, the first hand testimony of the civilians who were liberated from the Ukrainian nazis, the artillery strikes on the frontlines.

There is an overwhelming amount of real, factual, verifiable evidence to support what is taking place in the Ukraine.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 12:10 PM
Reply to  Brianborou.

Ah, the old “there’s masses of evidence but I’m not going to actually show you any” response.

Yes, there are loads of videos, but, as you well know, which is why you don’t want to get specific, they are all in the categories I describe above. Small scale, untrained men, old equipment, firing at invisible enemies, filmed in places already decimated by years of shelling etc

There are ZERO videos that show a large scale modern conflict between fully equipped armies numbering thousands of highly trained men.

Prove me wrong. Post some here. You won’t because there is none.

As for Lancaster – sorry but his are the lamest vids out there. He just follows a little band of DPR around and presents their little “training exercises” as frontline footage. Ignore his red faced hyperventilating presentation and just LOOK at what he’s actually showing. Six unfit guys in clapped out camo and even more clapped out hardware.

I think he’s slipped into actual fakery a few times too, with some of that dodgy footage of alleged bodies. No wonder most other outfits ignore him, he’s questionable even by this war’s questionable journalistic standards

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 4:15 PM
Reply to  MLS

It seems you fail to notice how big the actual frontline in Eastern Ukraine is, you fail to notice the huge amount of destruction which took place in Mariupol with thousands of Ukrainian soldiers and Nazi militia been taken prisoner by the RF. Moreover, you fail to notice how muchland has been liberated by the RF, approximately 20-25 % about the size of the U.K. In addition, you fail to notice all the eye witness testimonies from the civilians plus Ukrainian POWs. It is not only Patrick Lancaster but many other journalists such as Eva Bartlett. Is she producing fake testimony plus videos ?If you have evidence let’s see it.

“ I think he’s slipped into actual fakery..” This isn’t not evidence or proof but your opinion. Do you have any ?

brianborou
brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 8:14 PM
Reply to  Brianborou

here is one small example of what the RF artillery barrages are doing to the Ukrainian military.

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MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 9:04 PM
Reply to  Brianborou

You’re just repeating the script. Which I have read and am familiar with. Doesn’t change the fact there’s no physical evidence that anything on the scale claimed is actually happening.

Mariupol already has old damage going back years and much of it was used as backdrop to the little “training vids” Lancaster and others were doing, while both sides also added to the destruction with fresh small scale shelling & fire-setting and collateral damage.

No one is disputing that such semi-real small scale activity went on.

What’s missing, as I already said and you understand full well, is the big full scale European WAR we are told is going on, involving hundreds of thousands of men, masses of hardware and pitched battles in which allegedly hundreds die EVERY DAY in deadly street battles.

In the age of the internet there are currently more images of the Somme in 1916 than of this war in 2022. Apparently no one can photograph it or film it.

Eva Bartlett is embedded with the DPR and is, sadly, content to be shepherded around to approved locations & be a conduit for official propaganda.

Neither she nor any other ‘independent’ reporter has witnessed or filmed any large scale carnage. No one has.

This is the problem.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 11:02 PM
Reply to  MLS

It seems you are deliberately obscuring some very important facts. Firstly, the Ukrainian Air Force is almost completely destroyed, the Ukrainian navy is in the same boat, the RF aviation control the skies, the RF have been attacking military, industrial and communications infrastructure all over the Ukraine. In addition, the RF plus Donetsk, Lugansk military have liberated approximately 20-25% ( about the size of England) of the Ukraine.

Your claim about the claim over the damage in Mariupol going back years is disingenuous to say the least. The overwhelming majority of the the damage and fatalities occurred during the battle in recent months.

Once again you are attempting to smear Lancaster along with Eva Bartlett, which is a tactic of the MSM, without producing any factual evidence. I previously asked you to provide some but to date you have not !

Let me remind you for the umpteenth time what the objectives were from the RF. Firstly, it was to be a Special Military Operation ( no declaration of war you might note), it was to deNazify and De Militarize the Ukrainian which is precisely what has been happening.

Now with nearly 1,000,000 active military personnel plus 3,000,000 reservists in the Army, Navy, Aviation and Strategic Rocket forces if it wanted a full scale war it would have committed much more than 10% of its military assets so far. But it doesn’t.

I suggest you have a good look at UK Column which has produced some excellent reports and analysis with verifiable evidence about what is really taking place in the Ukraine.

https://www.ukcolumn.org/ukcolumn-news/uk-column-news-30th-may-2022

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 4:18 PM
Reply to  MLS

Watch and learn what is going on in the Ukraine!

https://www.ukcolumn.org/ukcolumn-news/uk-column-news-10th-june-2022

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 14, 2022 12:09 AM
Reply to  MLS

you are full of shit amigo, you just select your viewing. disinfo troll.
there are a lot of people dieing in the ukraine in case your lego TV didn’t show you.

wtf? oG? but then admin always said there was no real war did they not?

ffs people, it is not WW3 but it is a culmination of 8 years strife, get a grip.

so, The Troubles was a psyop? (argh, was in a sense!) nobody meaningfully died and it was all staged? get a life.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 14, 2022 12:00 AM
Reply to  Brianborou.

Lancaster is dubious, too much drama but maybe its just the yank in him
; )

roula
roula
Jun 11, 2022 1:27 PM
Reply to  MLS

”Why is no one caught in it and filming it?”
Especially that everyone now starting age 5 has a camera in his phone and they take pics and footage of all things trivial. Suddenly they do not.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 11:19 PM
Reply to  roula

Hmm, the NATO proxy Nazi regime in Kiev has made it a very serious criminal offence to record the damage that the Russian Military is inflicting on the infrastructure of the Ukraine.

Nevertheless, a substantial amount has emerged demonstrating what the power of their Iskander missiles are causing to the ability of the Ukraine to wage war which they readily admit hence why they keep appealing to their masters in the West to provide more armaments and fuel.

Moreover, there are numerous pictures, videos and footage of just how effective the Special Military Operation has been so far. In fact in the next few weeks you will see the complete encirclement of the 10,000s of Ukrainian troops in the areas around the Severodonetsk region. It will be interesting to see how many of the deniers about the real reality in the Donbas will raise their heads above the parapet!

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 13, 2022 11:58 PM
Reply to  MLS

I watch SF too, i do not see a fake war, but I do see a staged war. SFis a bit shit tbh, like a gamers/COD page.
however, so did i imagine all those new images of dead people in new PPE, or are they old photos from the airport? no

the SMO is very real, WW3 is not, yet.

you are failing to utilise your server if you cannot access reality. dead people and charred vehilcles everywhere, recently, maybe you missed all the 2014/15 shit and cannot tell the difference… so shut up.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jun 11, 2022 10:21 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

I see there’s no war going on right! – or at least its a purely ‘fake war’. But of course! Talking to my friend Dmitry on Skype last night – believe it or not – Donetsk had its its usual bombardment. It’s been going on since 2014, but the Ukies have never broken through the defence contact line, so they have relentlessly kept up the shelling. At the last account 14000 plus citizens of Donetsk/Lugansk Republics have been killed – so far. Then there has been the usual infiltration by Ukie death squads who have carried out killings of the Donetsk Peoples’ Republic leadership: Motorola, Givi and Zakharchenko. The damage has also been extensive, particularly obliterated at the contact line.

But hey, to quote Harold Pinter some years back: ”It never happened, it was of no account, even while it was happening, it wasn’t happening.”

Yep its all sinister plot cooked up by Putin and Biden.

Grafter
Grafter
Jun 11, 2022 10:35 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Well said that man. The “no war” experts are seriously deluded.

Observe
Observe
Jun 11, 2022 11:06 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

And yet those thousands of dead weren’t enough for Putin to kick off a wider battle to save more thousands in The Donbas until 8yrs passed and the time was just right? Give us a break.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 14, 2022 12:17 AM
Reply to  Observe

you need to read wider, honest

and since we all have access to the same information, what is your excuse?

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 12:12 PM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Ah, argument from ridicule, the other standby of the terminally fact-less

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 14, 2022 12:15 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

yo, well said

but how do we know it wasn’t “Empire” of whatever demonination that ended them? you miss Mozgovoi, who had the audacity to exclude non-combatants from public post and held peoples’ trials of offenders..

strangely he was first to be taken out..

empires abound, beware

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 13, 2022 11:51 PM
Reply to  Brianborou

ffs Brian, seems the zombies are in some sort of denial! just because we had a plandemic doesnae mean we cannae hae a war-demic. Even a real sorta war where people die… but if they don’t see it on their phones.etc..?

Honest dude we’d be better used on Mars compared to these moron :
-17; +40 above???

it is funny that away from covid-theatre we all get to see our other “irrationalities”, lol

conversely, it also shows how disparate and fukt society is. truth means nothing and narratives will be enforced.

SAORSA!

Duckman
Duckman
Jun 11, 2022 10:01 AM
Reply to  MLS

good point, please find here:

https://allll-net.translate.goog/wiki/%D0%9D%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%B5%D1%81%D0%BD%D1%8B%D0%B9_%D0%98%D0%B5%D1%80%D1%83%D1%81%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BC_%28%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B5%D0%BA%D1%82%29?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-US&_x_tr_pto=wapp#cite_note-1

i hope it loads, im less tec savvy than many.

was put forward by a commenter some months back and shot down in flames by some of the “regulars”, seems it went against their suppositions.

make your own mind up, the more i have dug into it the more it seems credible

Observe
Observe
Jun 11, 2022 11:01 AM
Reply to  MLS

I’ve been following several Ukraine and Russia telegram channels from the very beginning and agree with you. Whilst I’ve seen some apparently horrific things, none of it portrays an ongoing war or even large scale battle. Nothing at all like the footage I watched from Iraq, as one example, where I could see apparently major battles taking place. That was decades ago and so not sure why, in this information rich time, we don’t see much except, as you point out, some kind of war-lite version of war. It’s very odd.

Brianborou.
Brianborou.
Jun 11, 2022 11:40 AM
Reply to  Observe

You seem to forget that from the outset the Russian Federation said it was a Special Military Operation whose objectives were to de Nazify and de militarize the Ukrainian state.

Not I repeat not to destroy the the entire country such as in Iraq or Libya using saturation bombing and depleted uranium ordnance. The objectives have been clear from day one.

Remembering of course that most people in the Donbas plus other areas in Eastern Ukraine view the SMO as a liberation from the NATO proxy Nazi regime in Kiev.

Therefore, your analysis with NATO led invasions of other countries compared to the events in the Ukraine is not valid.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 12:44 PM
Reply to  Brianborou.

I think they put out this “sparing civilian lives” story to try to cover for the obvious lack of major conflict.

It’s garbage because no matter how much you try to avoid civilian casualties you still need to ENGAGE THE ENEMY. The fighting has to happen SOMEWHERE.

Fact is there are allegedly two massively equipped armies numbering hundreds of thousands battling for control of Ukraine – and NO SIGN IT’S EVEN HAPPENING.

roula
roula
Jun 11, 2022 1:22 PM
Reply to  MLS

The reason may also be different. They keep the SMO extremely low-key as they fear massive troops desertion and a rebellion of the commanders in the Russian army.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 4:27 PM
Reply to  MLS

“ I think they put this ..” Again, your opinion is not evidence. “ You have to engage the enemy..” Like in Mariupol or Popasna, Severodonetsk, Slavyansk, Izyum, Rubezhnoe along the Seversky Donets River and many many more places in the Donbas. “

Fact is ..” It would be reasonable to ask do you have any evidence at all to substantiate your “ fact “ ?

Canadian Bacon
Canadian Bacon
Jun 12, 2022 6:00 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

The evidence is the absence of evidence. No footage of or signs of massive military engagements. The fact you can’t provide such footage is part of the countervailing evidence.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 12, 2022 12:54 PM
Reply to  Canadian Bacon

“ The evidence is..” Hmm, suggest you watch this very detailed and thorough analysis plus report from U.K. Column, The Reality of The War in The Ukraine.

https://www.ukcolumn.org/ukcolumn-news/uk-column-news-30th-may-2022

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 14, 2022 12:46 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

these people are fuckwits Brian, selective browsers, probably paid trolls. “canadian” – who would admit to that these days..

how can people remain so ignorant? by choice, prejudice or wage.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 14, 2022 12:42 AM
Reply to  MLS

100,000 ukop troops have disappeared from the battlefield since February

that was a NATO general, he wasn’t riding a unicorn with a cnn/bbc logo either, he was stating facts. facts the MSM won’t report, maybe you should change channels? they ARE getting pummelled.

that means a third of the Ukr military has been rendered useless, the rest waiting to be mopped up in the Donbass. yes Ukr has other troops, but we have just seen 1/3 of the biggest military force in europe pounded to death or submission.

you need to get out more, on the internet at least nevermind real Life.

we can all slag internet vids, but watch more and wider, for goodness sake, even watch the enemies vids, gasp, shock , horror – BALANCE

Observe
Observe
Jun 11, 2022 12:44 PM
Reply to  Brianborou.

According to the UK MoD:

As of 10 June, Russian forces around Sievierodonetsk have not made advances into the south of the city. Intense street to street fighting is ongoing and both sides are likely suffering high numbers of casualties.

You’re valid point doesn’t undermine mine. There have undoubtedly been larger scale conflicts than this one, but that doesn’t explain the complete lack of evidence of what is reportedly going on in Ukraine.

The above comment from the MoD is odd as you can see vids right now of that area showing apparent post-fighting damage, fire-scorched building, crumbled roads. Yet not the sound of a bullet or bomb or footage of the apparent ongoing vicious street battles. This, despite there being the most drones in the air that I have ever witnessed in conflict.

Lets take a look at Russia’s alleged losses (Ukraine Defence source):

Details: The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02 to 07.06 were approximately:

  • personnel – about 31,360 (+110) people were eliminated,
  • tanks – 1390 (+4) units,
  • armoured combat vehicles – 3416 (+16) units,
  • artillery systems – 694 (+4) units,
  • multiple rocket launcher – 207 (+0) units,
  • air defence systems – 96 (+0) units,
  • aircraft – 212 (+1) units,
  • helicopters – 177 (+1) units,
  • operational-tactical unmanned aerial vehicle – 553 (+2),
  • cruise missiles – 125 (+0),
  • ships / boats – 13 (+0) units,
  • vehicles and tank trucks – 2405 (+10) units,
  • special equipment-53 (+0).

Whichever way you cut it, those losses are not on a scale considered small by any measure of conflict. They should be evidenced by considerably significant battles and contact between the fighting sides. This evidence does not appear to exist.

Observe
Observe
Jun 11, 2022 12:45 PM
Reply to  Observe

My formatting has gone awry there apologies.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jun 11, 2022 4:46 PM
Reply to  Observe

“ According to the U.K. M.O.D..” Considering that The Ukraine is a proxy for NATO and the U.K. is one of the leading members of it, your source is hardly considered to be unbiased.

Just to reiterate the stated intention from the outset was the De Nazification and de militarisation of the Ukraine.

Not forgetting of course that RF has not considered it a war but a Special Military Operation. With a standing army of approximately 1,000,000 active personnel plus about 3,000,000 reservists in ground forces, Navy, Aerospace Forces plus Strategic Rocket forces, if they wanted a full scale war more of these resources would be used. But they don’t. There intentions have been stated clear from the outset no matter how much the West tries to put a different spin on it.

Since the liberation of Mariupol and the death or capture of the Azov plus Ukraine Marine battalions plus the foreign mercenaries numbering about 14,000, this hardly be described as small.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 14, 2022 12:29 AM
Reply to  Observe

you could see “major battles taking place”, what from you armchair? Iraq was more of a rout, not some major land battle you fukn moron. do you understand concepts like “superiority”
the last time NATO waged war on an equivalent force? please do explain… and when that happens so many bubbles do burst

“major battle footage from iraq” (para) fuck right off ya zoob, did ye see that on Jarhead? go get yer booster and keep watching the TV, even vote!

13 upvotes? jesus christ OG, seems we only have our revulsion of covid in common.

i really am appalled, digusted with the average cunts’ opinion of the SMO, it really shows the fucking moron eejits up: conditioned, prejudiced azovites in the waiting, the same people that clapped for the NHS or thought a politician counted for something other than self interest.

and this is on OG

get me the fuck outa here

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jun 13, 2022 11:41 PM
Reply to  MLS

what is real? certainly almost zero of Ukropropaganda (sic) : )

russian artillery seems pretty real.

it is a strange war though, Rus should have swept the field, but they have a hollywood script.Or is it humanitarian concerns? one should ask that question…

regardless..

Z

Zane
Zane
Jun 11, 2022 7:09 AM

Putin has a 20 meter personal social distancing rule. He swallowed a gallon of the Covid Koolaid!

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 9:57 AM
Reply to  Zane

Putin knows it’s BS just like all the globalists know it.

Zane
Zane
Jun 11, 2022 10:56 AM
Reply to  MLS

I’m not so sure.

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Jun 11, 2022 6:20 AM

Filthy rich elites have never cared for the common man, doubt they have started now..

Hele
Hele
Jun 11, 2022 7:30 AM
Reply to  Paul Watson

EU has written in climate change exemption for private jets-because they are engaged in business.
WTF do they think the proletariat is engaged in.Eat shit elites-or bugs or dung or whatever you are peddling

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 11, 2022 11:19 AM
Reply to  Paul Watson

They care all right – that’s why there’s the panopticon surveillance. They care that they are under-nourished, toxified, ill-educated, distracted….

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 11, 2022 5:46 AM

Politicians around the world, wallowing in their arrogance, presume too, and pretend too, have expertise in almost everything: economics, commerce, law, business, war, history, philosophy, the arts, human behaviour etc etc.
But when it comes to science and medicine, like most of us, they defer to the ‘experts’. Until the experts fuck things up.
Putin is simply out of his depth.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 6:46 AM
Reply to  Johnny

Rubbish. A pitiful attempt to maintain some idea our political leaders are there to serve us. Putin and the rest are where they are because the same bunch of super wealthy global elites PUT THEM THERE. And the last thing they are focused on is serving us – other than as a side dish at the Luciferian banquet

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 11, 2022 8:19 AM
Reply to  MLS

I agree with you MLS.
But we are stuck with the current political parasites until :
1. WW3
2. Eco collapse.
3. Anarchy rises.
(I’m hoping for #3).

WorkingClassHero
WorkingClassHero
Jun 11, 2022 4:22 AM

Ah yes, Putin. Public enemy number one for every corporate state on the planet. However, he obediently follows the orders of the WEF, WHO and their recommendations in lock step.

Are we supposed to believe Putin is both against the NWO and for it a the same time? Like trump.

My forehead aches, somebody make it stop. Perhaps I need to go to drinking fluoride again, a sure way to fix my headache.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jun 11, 2022 4:01 AM

Eurasia

Oceania, Eurasia and East Asia were in constant conflict. But presumably they all had the same Orwellian, repressive governments. The amazing speed at which Russia was turned into a mortal enemy is so reminiscent of 1984. Oceania is at war with Eurasia. Oceania has always been at war with Eurasia.

Penelope
Penelope
Jun 11, 2022 3:10 AM

A few add’l Monkeypox notes:

-The rehearsal was March 3, 2021, same cast. It predicted outbreak May 15, 2022

-Now reporting more than 1000 cases worldwide..

-Since CDC acknowledges contagion is only by contact w the sores, are they asking us to believe that the increase from a few cases to more than 1000 occurred because people purposely touched sores of others?

-Of course the controlled media will not ask what the source of the increased case numbers is. Nor whether any received any recent injections of anything..

-Previously the rare cases were self-limiting; now seems human to human transmission is occurring via a change in virus genome.

For details on the rehearsal see Amazingpolly.net
For nitty-gritty on the virus see
https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/monkey-pox-update?s=r

I call to your attention that all age groups can get this virus, unlike covid. It’s still not a serious disease altho there are always a few people who are hospitalized or even die– even w chickenpox.

However, people who’ve been vaxxed against chickenpox (everyone under 30 in the US) are supposedly 90% assured against getting chickenpox, and presumably monkeypox.
Just about everybody over 30 must’ve had chickenpox & therefore really immune.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 7:02 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Why are you spreading this nonsensical fear porn?

Penelope
Penelope
Jun 12, 2022 2:42 AM
Reply to  MLS

MLS, could you be more specific? You disagree with something I’ve said, but what? Is it that you disagree with the idea of contagion? I was in grade school in the 50s when there were very few vaccines and most everybody thought that the childhood illnesses helped you build your immune system.

EVERYBODY got measles, mumps & chickenpox. And yes, these were very contagious.

I’ve no idea whether CDC is correct that chicken/monkey pox requires contact w the exudate from the sores. I merely pointed out that if so then they must give an alternate explanation for the alleged “spread” of the virus.

What in the world do you find fearful in what I’ve said?

Mark EL
Mark EL
Jun 11, 2022 8:26 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I don’t know whether you’re a ‘real’ person who is simply wrong when it comes to the virus fraud P, but I find it suspicious that you appear to be clued-up on virtually every other topic.

Is it your ‘role’ to gain credibility in order to push the virus fraud?

Penelope
Penelope
Jun 12, 2022 2:49 AM
Reply to  Mark EL

Mark, I see. In order to have credibility w you I have to be wrong universally. That’s not exactly a sensible position.

If it is that you have bought into the idea that viruses in general don’t exist, or this one in particular, then how do you explain things like measles, mumps & chickenpox — and their obvious contagion?

It is possible that if you learned a little more about virology– or even epistemology– that you would find room for some doubt in your dogmatism about viruses.

Mark EL
Mark EL
Jun 12, 2022 8:27 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Hi P, the usual insults and what-abouts we get from ‘believers’ I see.

On other topics you post refs and links, but not when it comes to the virus fraud, which I do find highly suspicious. Though this would be problematic as there is no ‘evidence’ to back up the claims of the virus fraudsters.

Some facts that I have learned through objective research:

  1. there is no evidence in the medical literature of any transmissible viral pathogen
  2. no ‘virus’ has ever been isolated and shown to cause disease
  3. every attempt to prove ‘contagion’ has completely failed to do so

By all means prove me wrong, using credible evidence and not unsubstantiated claims and anecdotes.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 11, 2022 9:09 AM
Reply to  Penelope

asking us to believe that the increase from a few cases to more than 1000 occurred because people purposely touched sores of others
People can be guided to believe contradictions. For covid, they said every surface was potentially dangerous to touch, though the pathogen travelled by air, aerosols, droplets or whatever. That wearing a mask all day during any type of activity was safer. That those who were not wealthy coming out of a small house for sunshine, exercise or even to collect essentials was dangerous. Etc.

Ort
Ort
Jun 11, 2022 10:04 PM
Reply to  mgeo

I don’t recall the eminently forgettable source of this article, except that it was from the anti-scamdemic “resistance”. I think Pam Popper might’ve recently quoted excerpts, but I’m not sure.

Anyway, the article critiqued the evils of mask-wearing. Very gratifying, except that it asserted that one of the undisclosed dangers of wearing masks is that exhaled virus particles get trapped in the mask fabric, then dehydrate when the mask is removed.

According to this source, when the mask is worn again the desiccated virus particles are remoisturized and become active again.

It’s always gratifying to see critiques insisting that masks are no damn good, but it’s both aggravating and depressing that well-meaning opponents of the scamdemic perpetrate such arrant nonsense. 😣

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 12, 2022 12:21 PM
Reply to  Ort

Besides being expensive (for many), wasteful and useless, the mask is dangerous and can be deadly. I listed the dangers a few times earlier, and don’t want to take up space repeating it.

Ort
Ort
Jun 12, 2022 9:02 PM
Reply to  mgeo

OK, but my comment in no way disputed that masks are indeed dangerous and deadly, so I don’t understand the implication that I was somehow questioning or rejecting the dangers, much less requiring you to provide (or repeat) the dangers.

I was merely pointing out that the claimed danger of “COVID virus particles” being exhaled, trapped in the mask fibers, becoming dehydrated, and then being “revived” in subsequent wearings is nonsensical.

That is, the authentic dangers are so rife that there’s no need or justification to invent spurious “Phantom Menace” dangers.

Penelope
Penelope
Jun 12, 2022 2:56 AM
Reply to  mgeo

mgeo, I’m sure that you’re not saying that it is an error to point out contradictions or non sequiturs.

I guess my experience of finding a lot of people who don’t believe what they’re told is different than yours. I’ve found that even most of the mask-wearers don’t believe the covid exaggeration. They just don’t want to make an embarrassing fuss.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 12, 2022 9:45 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Of course. Coercion.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 12, 2022 9:48 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Agree that it is coercion.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 12, 2022 9:49 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Agree that coercion is a major factor.

Rob Rob
Rob Rob
Jun 11, 2022 4:49 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Every time i hear Dr Malone speak about something he really puts the bullshit in it.

that fucking guy was a part of the vaccine testing on pregnant women in Brazil which later ended up causing encephaly in babies, blamed on zika, which never did this.

why should i trust that murderer with this money 🤑 pox?

how the heck does touching a sore pass a virus through your skin?

how come Dr Malone and dumbass “Amazing Polly” forget the vaccine connection, as the skin tries to detox the clot shots?

Nah let’s just be idiots and think it’s really caused by a virus and forget the shots didn’t do it.

morons believe Dr Malone.

Zane
Zane
Jun 11, 2022 3:06 AM

Russia’s former health minister is a bigwig in the Global Pandemic Preparedness Board that Bill Gates has set up with the WHO as a front organization to make billions from his vaccine-pushing pharma investments. The man’s greed is beyond evil.

Dale
Dale
Jun 11, 2022 1:29 AM

Noticed Anti-Empire was so incensed, about how Moscow has reacted to sniffles, that it’s overcompensated by dedicating itself to dour assessments of Russia’s SMO in Ukraine.

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 11, 2022 1:17 AM

If it’s true, it looks as if none of our ‘representatives’ are our friends – and that clearly goes for the Russians’ representatives too.

If it’s true, The Lie rules, and only the easily corrupted are now accepted into the global cesspit of high politics.

If it’s true, some amazing psychological and social conflicts are going to be inevitable for any lovers of wisdom and truth left among us, although I suppose if we survive, we’ll really be something…

If it’s true, I’d consider myself lucky if a hermit’s life turned out to be a possibility in the near future. Otherwise, it looks like being barely a life at all.

Well, I have no way of verifying anything the Russians say or do, and trusting others to translate or interpret such things hasn’t been working out too well for me of late.
So I’m just going to wait and see on that one.

‘Stooge Putin’ doesn’t seem a very likely scenario on past evidence, but perhaps he’s just tired and looking forward to a luxurious retirement…

Ruth Madoc
Ruth Madoc
Jun 11, 2022 5:57 AM
Reply to  wardropper

It’s easy to read translations of TASS articles and there’s RT that makes no secret of Russia’s convid policy. You don’t have to wait and see. And it is true from everything I read that Russia is aggressively pushing convid

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 11, 2022 11:55 AM
Reply to  Ruth Madoc

Yes indeed, but it’s always a question of who, exactly, translated the TASS articles, and RT’s reputation has been dodgy since a couple of years ago.

It might be better than nothing, but trying to be certain about anything at all these days is a full-time job, and probably involves an extended visit to Russia.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 12:21 PM
Reply to  wardropper

You think someone might be mistranslating all the TASS articles and RT (run by the Russian govt) might be lying to PRETEND Russia is promoting the covid lie when it’s not?

No offence but that sounds like a desperate avoidance strategy.

Russia is promoting the covid lie and Agenda 2030 and the global warming lie. Sometimes we just need to accept unpleasant truths.

Rob Rob
Rob Rob
Jun 11, 2022 4:52 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Use Google translate on the originals if you think it’s made up.

think before you theorize

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jun 11, 2022 7:29 AM
Reply to  wardropper

“If it’s true, I’d consider myself lucky if a hermit’s life turned out to be a possibility in the near future.”

…- At the very least war’, I’d advise staying the hell away from Keflavik/the Rekjanes peninsula in general, in the not-too-distant and for the forseeable… – I gather it’s a fairly big island tho’ so shouldn’t be too much trouble for you…

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 11, 2022 11:53 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

Yep. It’s fairly big 🙂 – very few trees though…

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Jun 10, 2022 11:31 PM

Only one solution for tyrants..

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 11, 2022 2:41 AM
Reply to  Paul Watson

Makes you wonder why they take the risk.
It must be terrifying.
Must be addiction to the ‘kick’…

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 6:47 AM
Reply to  wardropper

What “risk”?

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 11, 2022 11:51 AM
Reply to  MLS

The risk that somebody, somewhere, will implement “only one solution for tyrants”, but you knew that.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 3:37 PM
Reply to  wardropper

It was a rhetorical question. There’s more risk they’ll get struck by lightning or killed by stray space debris, or accidentally tell the truth.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jun 10, 2022 11:02 PM

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Leticia Brewer
Leticia Brewer
Jun 10, 2022 10:58 PM

Enough with the pandemic. Things are back to normal in most places. Just drop it and move on. Covid was about funding monopoly armaments and industrial finance capital for WW3. End of subject

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 11, 2022 1:21 AM
Reply to  Leticia Brewer

It’s very easy to type, “end of subject”.
But it isn’t.
Everybody here knows that any temporary lull in the covidiocy is just taking a breath before the next comparable act of the morally filthy hits the headlines.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jun 11, 2022 4:19 AM
Reply to  Leticia Brewer

When i last looked you couldn’t travel to Russia, China and even Japan. The horror of Shanghai is barely behind us.

MLS
MLS
Jun 11, 2022 6:59 AM
Reply to  Leticia Brewer

Vanessa Beeley has been trying to sell that pathetic BS on her embarrassing Telegram channel.

COVID didn’t “fund monopoly armaments and industrial finance capital” any better than the usual routes of money laundering and taxation. If anything it depleted the former.

If they wanted WW3 they could just have started it without all the pandemic crap. No the “war” is a sideshow aimed at distracting people, especially indy lefty ‘war’ journos like Beeley into wasting their time tracking a phony war instead of watching what’s really going on.

We already see the “anti war” indy journos getting delusional about Russia and China being good guys and excusing their rampant authoritarianism/covid BS, when a few months ago they were condemning it.

This completely undermines their will to oppose similar authoritarianism/covid BS here in the West.

Zane
Zane
Jun 10, 2022 10:52 PM

Looks like Pooty Poots has completely swallowed the Covid Koolaid. Who said it was hard to fool a KGB agent?

Zane
Zane
Jun 11, 2022 7:31 AM
Reply to  Zane

Two downvotes. Let me guess. Igor and Svetlana Trollalotsky?

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jun 10, 2022 10:43 PM

Nobody likes to be called a ‘Putin agent’. Or worse, a ‘Russian bot’ or ‘groupie’.

Solution:

Put Putin in the ‘Schwab box’. Easily done, if you completely ignore what was actually said about him at the last WEF meeting.

Then take up the mantle of an unambiguous, one-sided, anti-Russian stance. It’s for the best. It’s for the Cause.

Abandon Russian culture. Abandon Russian art. Abandon Russian literature. Who needs Dostoevsky anyway? Why suffer for anything of value??

Diva
Diva
Jun 10, 2022 11:18 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

It’s not anti-Russian to simply point out the FACT Russia is doing something if that is what they are doing. Are you saying we have to ignore the facts or pretend they don’t exist or be called anti-Russian? Because that’s crazy.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jun 10, 2022 11:46 PM
Reply to  Diva

It’s a good point. It’s as much of a crime to defend someone when they are at fault, as it is to accuse them when they aren’t

I’m not suggesting that we should ignore facts though. Quite the opposite, in fact (if you can excuse the pun). Note my comment on looking at what *actually* happened at the last WEF meeting, for example, as opposed to what our worldview/biasses might have suggested would have happened.

Clue : Russia wasn’t invited

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jun 11, 2022 12:36 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

Theater. Russia’s government is carrying out the agenda, even if it wasn’t in the room.

Joe doe
Joe doe
Jun 11, 2022 1:27 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

That’s the most important and only relevant piece of evidence. Clearly Russia is not working with the WEF… Forget every other fact that points to the opposite.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 10, 2022 10:13 PM

Sanitary shield sounds so awful. It conjures up white tiled torture chambers sterilising the life out of anything that moves. It smells of disinfectant applied to sensitive parts for your own good by a hypocritical lite-sadist. I won’t be buying one.

Hele
Hele
Jun 11, 2022 7:35 AM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

Yes humans are just disease-ridden “meat-sacks” according to this mental-case.
https://www.theguardian.com/books/2022/jun/04/beyond-our-ape-brained-meat-sacks-can-transhumanism-save-our-species

banana
banana
Jun 11, 2022 11:18 AM
Reply to  Hele

‘We’re building God, you know?’
more Tikkun Olam

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 11, 2022 8:47 PM
Reply to  Hele

How else can you get a feature in the Retardian? It really is a sack full of shit and I don’t use the word lightly. I know people who read it and it makes me angry to see how their decency is cleverly subverted.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 11, 2022 9:14 AM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

Will it shield against a terrorist poo attack?

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jun 11, 2022 8:36 PM
Reply to  mgeo

No, and they’re far too expensive.

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jun 10, 2022 9:17 PM

Oh come on, Riley, we know Vladimir is just playing 5D chess till the right moment comes. 😀  It’s obvious that you got the Putin groupies, bots and just plain folks who need heroes and grasp at straws all upset. They’d rather eat glass than see what their hero is really about.

Joe doe
Joe doe
Jun 11, 2022 1:28 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

Maybe q is putin and not trump :))

Grafter
Grafter
Jun 10, 2022 8:47 PM
Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jun 11, 2022 4:06 AM
Reply to  Grafter

The pigs have always been corrupt evil arseholes. But they are getting worse.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 10, 2022 8:37 PM

So looking to Russia is looking into the mirror. And the new viral project serves the same function as the old eternal war project i.e. it serves as an untraceable conduit for vast sums of money whose destination cannot be revealed, formerly because of “national security” but now because of the desperate need of “The Science” to protect us from these peculiar biological threats whose mechanisms cannot be understood by the untrained mind i.e. every mind except that of designated scientists entrusted with “our safety”.

And since Russia is merely our twin, Ukraine is theatre – admittedly a lethal theatre with real guns, bombs, Nazis, displaced thousands etc. But it is not the site of the true battle. This true battle operates on the most basic economic level and the appalling nature of it can be seen in the tsunami of utter wastage via these “networks of laboratories” (so similar rhetorically to those secret military installation units) where money can just vanish without justification. Meanwhile the products that are seen (the true ecosystem threat of the mountains of discarded masks, similar mountains of signs, posters, barricades, the constant supplies of the mysterious vaccines etc.) are either obvious wastage or have a dubious rationale. The effect of all this is, as before, to take millions out of the public pocket and make it disappear. The rich may as well be wiping their arses on it – and in public. And the arses in question have a substantial Russian contingent too.      

jimbo
jimbo
Jun 11, 2022 4:25 AM
Reply to  George Mc

to take millions out of the public pocket 

you are too polite . . . how about . . .

to plunder the peoples of the world and pillage the global biosphere with rapacious zeal and murderous intent all in the pursuit of $$trillions upon $$ trillions and to establish total full spectrum dominance.

Grafter
Grafter
Jun 10, 2022 8:27 PM

HERE WE GO AGAIN….

COVID cases have risen for the first time in two months, according to the latest figures.

The spike is likely to be caused by increases in cases compatible with the original Omicron variant BA.1 and the newer variants BA.4 and BA.5, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.”

Mr Y
Mr Y
Jun 10, 2022 9:40 PM
Reply to  Grafter

> HERE WE GO AGAIN….

If the general public is that stupid, hey, what can you do about it?

“Skål!” (*) as we say up here.

*) Cheers!

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 11, 2022 1:31 AM
Reply to  Mr Y

And we say, “Skál” over here… 🙂
(pronounced, “scowl”…)

NickM
NickM
Jun 10, 2022 8:24 PM

“Your humble Moscow correspondent” has done a good job of exposing the sleaze behind Russia’s Sputnik vaxx.

I used to think that Putin was “just along for the ride” and for a share in sales of “the vaxx’. But now I suspect that Putin is a Believer. He is a highly intelligent and principled man, but Belief in Con-19 is no respecter of intelligence because there are powerful atavistic drives at play, fueled by the desire for survival of one’s nearest and dearest. So Russia is in the same boat as the West: a lifeboat that is already full of holes as Putin’s opening sentence:

“In the event of an infection as dangerous as the coronavirus or perhaps more, God forbid, Russia must be ready within four days—precisely within four days—to develop its own test systems, and in the shortest possible time to create an effective domestic vaccine, to start its mass production”

The holes in this sentence are:

No honest assessment of how dangerous Covid-19 was (or is, if anyone can still find a sample of the original strain).

No honest description of “the coronavirus” — as though there were only one: “the” dangerous corona. Corona viruses form one fifth of our annual flu load, and there are thousands of strains.

No honest assessment of the reliability of 2 years of PCR testing, nor of other tests.

No honest assessment of the efficacy of vaccines; not even for conventional flu vaccines, let alone these insufficiently tested RNA injections.

\’The wells of truth have been muddied, and the world is sick”

The real problem is, there is a Biological Cold-War going on, with Covid-19 as the opening shot, but nobody of importance in Russia or the West takes it seriously. Just as there is a Nuclear Cold-War been going on for 70 years but nobody of importance takes it seriously. Our preparations for protection against Bio-Warfare are as ridiculous as our preparations for protection against Nuclear Warfare.

I hope the UN takes seriously the demand for a Global Meeting on Bio-Warfare, as requested by Russia and China. And I hope the medical profession pulls itself together and tries to recall what it learnt at college about scientific method.

Ruth Madoc
Ruth Madoc
Jun 11, 2022 6:01 AM
Reply to  NickM

The real problem is, there is a Biological Cold-War going on, with Covid-19 as the opening shot, 

what does that mean? Covid never existed beyond being a new name for old flu

NickM
NickM
Jun 11, 2022 3:02 PM
Reply to  Ruth Madoc

Covid-19 is a new name for a disease caused by Dr.Fauci’s Frankenstein variant of a common Corona flu virus, created in a U$ funded Bio-Weapons Lab in Fort Detrick, MaryLand U$A and shifted to another U$ funded “gain of function” virus lab in Wuhan, China. Fortunately said “gain of function” was a Novijoke, so when that “novel Corona virus” escaped the Lab and swept the World, Covid-19 turned out to be the F-35 of Bioweapons, no more serious than common flu.

But the U$A has Bio-warfare Labs dotted all over the world. So have other NATZO countries. Unless those Frankenstein Virus Labs are shut down, the next virus that escapes will be very much worse. Same as the U$ has been improving Nuclear Weapons steadily for 70 years, so that a nuclear end to WW3 will be very much worse than the nuclear end to WW2 was.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jun 12, 2022 6:21 AM
Reply to  NickM

I am not sure anymore if viruses exist. But their alleged existence gave the world government a great pretext to perpetrate the largest and possibly the cruellest hoax in history.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jun 10, 2022 8:19 PM

What’s new? Or rather, what’s not completely out of date??

“In April 2021…”

“…speaking at the New Knowledge conference in Moscow in September”

“Commenting on the results of the G20 summit held in Rome at the end of October 2021”

Anything happened since? … like, er … 2022? … FEBRUARY 24TH?? … but then anti-Russian confirmation bias is oblivious to world events, or particularly selective in its choice of them  🤔 

As I understand it, Schwab and Putin have recently fallen out from being best buddies. Sad, but true  😂 

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jun 10, 2022 9:20 PM
Reply to  Vagabard

Off-G is just a bit behind Riley, this was posted yesterday at his blog.
https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/putin-fight-against-covid-still-ongoing?s=r 
Putin: Fight against COVID “still ongoing.” Said on June 9, 2022. JUNE NINTH TWO THOUSAND TWENTY-TWO. Edward Slavsquat, 6/9/22.

Vagabard
Vagabard
Jun 10, 2022 9:28 PM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

In a sense he’s correct. The fight IS ongoing.

Ongoing, until the last gain-of-function biowarfare biolab, from which ‘leaks’ can occur, is removed from the face of the earth. Until then nobody can consider themselves safe

Ruth Madoc
Ruth Madoc
Jun 11, 2022 5:35 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

If that’s what he means why doesn’t he say it?

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jun 11, 2022 5:57 AM
Reply to  Vagabard

The bio-weapons bio-labs narrative is just a side show of the main narrative, an “alternative” way to reinforce the fear factor. The entire idea requires germ/virus theory to be true. Yo have evidence for that? And you know very well that this isn’t the kind of fight Putin is carrying out, not with the idea of “sanitary shields.”

-CO
-CO
Jun 10, 2022 7:49 PM

It would be very interesting to learn how much Putin really knows about the ideological deployment of alleged ‘pathogenic viruses’ and why precisely he went along with the Covid Psyop and the SARS-Cov-2 virus scam with the rest of the illuminati at the apex of the international social hierarchy BEFORE he decided to commence his “special operation” in Ukraine, and who were advising him regarding these issues. Bearing in mind the numerous variants like Omicron – or should I say moronic variant, because that’s precisely how these self-proclaimed illuminists now view us – people who are considered by them, to be foolish or stupid for believing their crap! The question is are they correct?

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jun 10, 2022 9:22 PM
Reply to  -CO

Putin is not “going along,” he is pushing the Operation.
https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/putin-fight-against-covid-still-ongoing?s=r 
Putin: Fight against COVID “still ongoing.” Said on June 9, 2022. JUNE NINTH TWO THOUSAND TWENTY-TWO. Edward Slavsquat, 6/9/22.

-CO
-CO
Jun 11, 2022 10:52 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

Thanks for the update. But the first part of my question regarding the ideological deployment of alleged pathogenic viruses and the Covid Psyop was aimed at why he WENT along with the operation in the first place, not why he is still pushing the operation now, and who was advising him on that before the Ukraine Op. The question remains unanswered.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Jun 10, 2022 7:45 PM

Belief in PCR tests is like belief in forensic science. Forensic science is treated in the popular media as a sort of Oracle — you find a hair here, a trace of blood there and after a couple of lab cut scenes it points irrefutably at the culprit. The reality, as a recent Atlantic magazine article points out, is a lot more murky and over reliance on just this evidence often leads to miscarriages of justice (which are difficult to remedy because everyone knows from TV that the science is absolute and perfect &tc.). PCR tests are just another forensic type test, a ‘quick and dirty’ test that’s a useful indicator but like all such tests is just an indicator of possibility. Here the author is being a bit unkind to Russian science since the Russians have said from Day One that the result of one PCR test isn’t reliable enough to prove or disprove an infection (scientists in ‘the West’ say the same thing but they’re not ‘official’).

The idea of improving our defenses against the rapid spread of infection is not new, the very word ‘quarantine’ stems from the historic practice of holding ships outside a harbor for 40 days to prevent the spread of infection. How this is achieved is national policy. The Russians do things one way, we in the US do things another. Our countries do have one thing in common, though — they’re huge with widely separated population centers so its relatively easy to cordon off an infectious hot spot.

The author questions the efficacy of “Sputnik”. I believe its a conventional vaccine, an inactive or harmless virus that’s modified to produce the semblance of an infection and so promote the production of antibodies. This is nothing like the mRNA vaccines that were developed in Germany and the US; although mRNA as a technique has been known about for a couple of decades or more the technique hadn’t been widely adopted because there were no known ways to mass produce it. Like early antibiotics in their raw form they were not only difficult to make but in their raw form would have done more harm than good. So, yes, we in the US have been mostly inoculated with an experimental vaccine but its proved to be safe and effective — far more so than conventional vaccines — because if nothing else we’ve become the largest Phase 3 clinical trial ever with millions of participants. (Its got to the point where the mandatory “wait 15 minutes to see if there’s a reaction” pause after inoculation has become optional — i.e. non-existent.) Sputnik itself seems to work. Its used in other countries besides Russia; we don’t get to hear about this in ‘the West’ because as we all know anything out of Russia (or China for that matter) is obvious suspect, doesn’t work, nobody knows what they’re doing and so on. Its our Western legacy, nothing to do with reality.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jun 11, 2022 7:40 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

“Belief in PCR tests is like belief in forensic science.”

“Enhance that [grainy CCTV] image!…”

…- Somebody in *Every* episode of CSI/NCIS, *Ever*…

Ort
Ort
Jun 11, 2022 9:43 PM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

I don’t know if you’ve watched “Star Trek” spinoffs like “Deep Space 9” and “Voyager”– at best highly uneven guilty pleasures. (I stopped watching the movie franchise after the first two or three during the previous century.)

Every time the Federation good guys (i.e., their starships) are attacked by some sophisticated predatory alien race, the captain or officer in charge barks “Rotate the shield frequencies!” (Or “shield harmonics”)

I find it hilarious that the presumably highly-trained and experienced subordinates manning the controls need to be told this every time the predicament arises– which happens regularly.

It warms the cockles of my anti-authoritarian heart to see that the show’s writers are unintentionally vindicating the cynical belief that commanders justify their existence by their ability to state the bleeding obvious during a crisis.

T.S.
T.S.
Jun 11, 2022 1:32 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Sputnik is the same crap as Astrazeneka, just using a different vector, so no it is NOT a “classical” “vaccine” which is bovine excrement anyway, the whole Virus-thing is a lie.

Rob Rob
Rob Rob
Jun 11, 2022 5:00 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Sputnik seems to work against what? It has issues like astra zeneca, both being of the same technology.

anyway, what protecting from?

COVID was like the flu. But almost every government started calling other causes of death as with COVID to inflate the death count.

take that sputnik over and over if you think it works….

vaccines are broken science

https://learntherisk.org/vaccines/diseases/

Mr Y
Mr Y
Jun 10, 2022 7:25 PM

Power greedy people like controlling methods – what’s new?

Johnnycomelately
Johnnycomelately
Jun 10, 2022 7:11 PM

The U.K and certain parts of E.U had localize postcode lockdowns.
The Tier system was sinister and could be easily replaced with checkpoints scan and go.
Sanitary Shield program is the Tier system at the level below.

moneycircus
moneycircus
Jun 10, 2022 6:04 PM

Servants of the owners are convinced they are doing good by evil: ends justify means.
“Some of these people will pay a very personal price. I don’t wish that on them.”
No such thing as “health security” — health is a continuum; security an absolute.

Denied rights derived from God or the state, people are reduced to biological matter.
Digitally tattooed, they lose free will. Genetically altered, they become chattel.
The owners justify their control as reducing poverty: they plan to get richer.

https://moneycircus.substack.com/p/silk-suits-and-mental-capture-team