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  • The spanking-new payment system for Russia´s much-needed oil & gas and other essential produce now per Western “sanctions” only buyable either with rubles or gold. The unstoppable momentum behind Russia´s new Bretton Woods III finances added to the lack of official gold data available worldwide last week prompted the article “NATO´s internal gold war” to publically ask: (1) how hard would it be for most countries to repatriate their now much-needed gold – theoretically still safely vaulted in ´custody´ at the Bank of England — specially if many of them tried to do it at once as most probably would happen…? (2) why isn’t the current price of gold anywhere near its genuine market value? Is it due to silent daily central bank interventions that hinder true free-market price-discovery mechanisms? The “blitzkrieg sanctions” imposed on Russia are not only not working but visibly having the opposite effect. Stubbornly opposing deeply immature EU wishfull thinking, the ruble today is even stronger than before the Ukraine armed conflict. ~ Jorge Vilches


  • Pivotal randomized control trials (RCTs) underpinning approval of Covid-19 vaccines did not set out to, and did not, test if the vaccines prevent transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Nor did the trials test if the vaccines reduce mortality risk. A review of seven phase III trials, including those for Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines, found the criterion the vaccines were trialled against was just reduced risk of Covid-19 symptoms. There should be no secret about these facts, as they were discussed in August 2020 in the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal); one of the oldest and most widely cited medical journals in the world. Moreover, this was not an isolated article, as the editor-in-chief also gave her own summary of the vaccine-testing situation, which has proved very prescient: “…we are heading for vaccines that reduce severity of illness rather than protect against infection [and] provide only short-lived immunity, … as well as damaging public confidence and wasting global resources by distributing a poorly effective vaccine, this could change what we understand a vaccine to be. Instead of long-term, effective disease prevention it could become a suboptimal chronic treatment.”It was not just the BMJ covering these features of the RCTs. When health bureaucrats Rochelle Walensky, Henry Walke and Anthony Fauci claimed (in the Journal of the American Medical Association) that “clinical trials have shown that the vaccines authorized for use in the US are highly effective against Covid-19 infection, severe illness and death” this was felt sufficiently false that the journal published a comment simply titled “Inaccurate Statement.” ~ John Gibson


  • More than a hundred million dollars worth of Mexican produce is stuck at the U.S.-Mexico border due to a trucker blockade on the Mexican side over Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s new border search policy, according to Bloomberg. The disruption could leave some US supermarkets without produce ahead of Easter weekend. Abbott’s controversial truck-inspection program ignited discontent with Mexican truckers who shut down the Reynosa International Bridge, one of the busiest trade crossings in the Rio Grande Valley and handles a large volume of fresh produce, four days ago. The Washington Examiner reports the bridge was forced to reopen Thursday after drug cartel members torched several trucks.


  • Twitter has continued its ever-widening censorship of social media this week with the suspension of the popular site, The @LibsofTikTok. What is interesting about this latest move is that it lacks even the pretense of neutrality. The liberal group Media Matters had targeted the site due to its use by Fox News and conservatives to run embarrassing stories for the left. So Twitter suspended a site that entirely features liberals talking about themselves and their values in their own voices. Twitter suspended the site for “hateful conduct.” It warned the site “You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.” There is no explanation, which is common for the company. It simply suspended the site and told it to reform itself.


  • The situation in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol is “catastrophic,” and the Ukrainian forces are largely to blame for it, a UK citizen identified as Aiden Aslin, who reportedly fought in the city, said in a video obtained by RT. The British man apparently surrendered to Russian forces along with Ukrainian marines earlier this week. Aslin said that when he joined the Ukrainian military in 2018, he believed he was with the “good side.” He explained that the situation in Mariupol was “an eye-opener” for him. “The situation in Mariupol is catastrophic. It could have been avoided should Ukraine have left but they chose to stay. Zelensky had a big role [in this decision]. He could have told them to leave but they stayed. I did not want this, I wanted to leave because we do not need war,” Aslin can be seen saying in the video. What he saw in the city during the weeks of heavy fighting also influenced his views on the Ukrainian military. “It was like seeing reality for the first time,” Aslin said, adding that he witnessed a “lack of care for civilians” on the part of the Ukrainian military. “They [the Ukrainian soldiers] looted supermarkets when civilians needed food to survive in the encircled city; they [the military] took food from the supermarkets. They would stop civilians from taking water from a supermarket that had been looted; water they had themselves taken.” “They are criminals,” he added, referring to the Ukrainian soldiers, when asked about the Ukrainian military allegedly killing civilians in the city.


  • Sweden and Finland will lose part of their sovereignty while compromising their security if they join NATO, the Russian Foreign Ministry warned on Friday, referring to the two nations’ expected requests for formal membership in the US-led military bloc. Sweden and Finland have long been close to the organization but have maintained formal nonalignment with NATO since the Cold War. Both may soon apply for membership amid the ongoing security crisis in Ukraine. The Russian ministry warned that Sweden and Finland would not gain anything by moving forward with the plan. NATO membership “is unlikely to help build Sweden’s and Finland’s international prestige,” spokesperson Maria Zakharova said in a comment released by the Russian ministry. She said the two nations will lose the opportunity to act as “conveyors of many constructive, unifying initiatives” as they did in the past.


  • US credit rating agency Moody’s has raised a red flag over Russia’s sovereign debt, saying the nation may face its first major default on foreign bonds since the years following the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. The warning comes days after Russia made a payment on two sovereign bonds, maturing in 2022 and 2042, in rubles rather than dollars as mandated by the terms of the securities. This was after the US blocked attempts by Russia to pay the debt in dollars held in American bank accounts. Russia “therefore may be considered [in] default under Moody’s definition if not cured by 4 May, which is the end of the grace period,” the New York-based agency said in a statement released on Thursday. Freezing nearly half of the foreign currency reserves was part of the Western sanctions imposed on Moscow over its military operation in Ukraine. The Kremlin has repeatedly dismissed the notion of default, saying the country has the funds and is willing to pay its debt. Moscow has instead described the blocking of payments as a default by the West on its financial obligations to Russia.


  • Russia’s demand for ruble payments for natural gas cannot be fulfilled, according to Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio, who says doing so would breach EU sanctions. “We cannot pay in rubles; Russia introduced a double billing scheme from euro to rubles, this is impossible as it would mean bypassing sanctions against the [Russian] Central Bank,” Di Maio said in an interview with Italy’s Radio 24. According to him, Russia has imposed an embargo against itself “from a technical point of view.”


  • Greece has announced that it won’t send any more weapons to Ukraine because it doesn’t have any to spare, and can’t afford to weaken its own defenses. The country has been among the states that have armed Kiev after Russia launched its offensive in February. Greece has already delivered military aid – such as portable rocket launchers, Kalashnikov rifles, and ammunition – to Ukraine. Athens, however, has refused Washington’s request to transfer its heavier, Soviet-made weapons, such as the Tor-M1 and Osa-AK air defense missile systems, local media reported.


  • As the US has ramped up its involvement in the Ukrainian crisis by supplying heavier weapons to Kiev, it has also decided to provide intelligence reports that can help Ukrainian forces attack targets in Crimea, media outlets reported on Wednesday. Russia considers the peninsula part of its territory. “As the conflict evolves, we continue to adjust to ensure that operators have the flexibility to share detailed, timely intelligence with the Ukrainians,” a US intelligence official told the Wall Street Journal. The newspaper said Washington is moving to “significantly expand” intelligence-sharing with Ukraine, but “will refrain from providing intelligence that would enable the Ukrainians to strike targets on Russian territory [sic]”. The report, which was confirmed by the New York Times, specifically mentioned Crimea as covered by the new policy. Moscow disagrees with the US definition of Crimea as part of Ukraine. The region broke away from the country after the 2014 Maidan in Kiev and voted in a referendum to rejoin Russia. Moscow considers the peninsula’s status a settled issue.
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Drones have been flying over Shanghai telling people to obey quaratine rules. The drones come on the tails of robot dogs that patrol the streets telling residents to ‘wear a mask, wash your hands, check your temperature’.

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Transhumanism = Antihuman

Yuval Noah Harari, pro transhumanist, and lead advisor of Klaus Schwab is now talking about how humans are “hackable animals”, and no longer subject to the intelligent design of “some God above the clouds” but to their intelligent design. He goes on to state that the idea of humans having free will is over. “Today, we have the technology to hack human beings on a massive scale,” he says. Transhumanism seems like the ultimate system of pathocratic control that normal human beings are eliminated, and no longer pose a threat to the abnormal rulers. ~ awakenedspecies

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Previously classified footage of “drones” over Swedish nuclear plants.

Q: Not hobby drones?
A: From observations of size and speed these are professional drones

The same thing happened at 24 US nuclear sites. Galactic Federation is demonstrating both power and peaceful intent. ~ Kabamur

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