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  • NATO-CIA secret terror army ‘Operation Gladio’ up to its old tricks again?
    On May 15, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot and wounded in Handlova.
    Meanwhile, on the night of May 14-15, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened an emergency meeting in response to warnings of a coup d’état reminiscent of the failed regime change attempt in 2016.
    US journalist Nebojsa Malic and Habertürk reporter Ozcan Tikit both mentioned “Operation Gladio” in connection to both the assassination plot and the 2016 coup attempt.

▪️ Operation Gladio (“sword”) refers to clandestine CIA-NATO operations during the Cold War era which involved setting up secret “stay-behind” armies in Europe engaged in political manipulation, harassment of left-wing parties, massacres, coup d’états and torture.

▪️ The existence of the Gladio network was disclosed by Italian PM Giulio Andreotti in 1990.

▪️ Gladio terror armies have reportedly been discovered in Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Austria, Greece and Turkiye. It has been revealed that Gladio forces were operating at least 139 clandestine weapons depots throughout Europe.

▪️ Describing their “strategy of tension,” Vincenzo Vinciguerra (jailed for life over a car bombing in Italy) said in 1992 that he and other Gladio guerillas were “supposed to attack civilians, women and children” to instill fear and justify greater state control.

▪️ In addition to guerillas and ex- Nazi war criminals, Gladio also recruited ordinary civilians. According to declassified UK docs, recruits were supposed to be picked to avoid suspicions “by virtue of their age, sex and activities.”

▪️The CIA and NATO manipulated European political affairs through the group. Gladio’s declassified aborted operation “Piano Solo” (1964) envisaged kidnapping Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro to prevent the formation of a left-leaning coalition.


  • Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico survived an assassination attempt Wednesday, suffering serious wounds to his stomach, arms and legs, but remaining alive. The attack sparked a major spike in tensions in Slovakia and across Europe. Interior Minister Matus Sutaj Estok warning that the country is on the brink of a “civil war” following Wednesday’s “politically motivated” shooting. “I want to appeal to the public, to journalists and to all politicians to stop spreading hatred,” Estok urged, asking media and ordinary Slovaks alike to “stop attacks and hatred on social networks and media.” “The inability to accept the will of some part of the public which some group of people does not like is the result we have reached today. What has been unleashed in recent weeks and months is incomprehensible and it is our job to stop it,” he added. Global Policy Institute research fellow Dr. George Szamuely told Sputnik that besides the Ukraine issue, Fico has also antagonized a bunch of other powerful forces over his career.


  • “And I’m just waiting for this frustration, intensified by Dennik N, SME or Aktuality (Slovak news), to turn into the murder of some of the leading government politicians,” Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said in a video he posted on social media on April 10, 2024.


  • France declared a state of emergency in its colony of New Caledonia after an anti-colonial uprising broke out there, killing and wounding. New Caledonia has long sought independence, hoping to support itself through mining. France does not want to lose control over them, so it is increasing colonial oppression in New Caledonia, fearing that the ripples from the collapsing colonial empire in Africa will also affect French colonies in other regions of the world.
    1. New Caledonia must be free and completely independent of France.
    2. The troops of the French colonialists must be expelled from the country. France’s military bases must also be closed.
    3. The collaborators of the colonialists must be punished as traitors to the people of New Caledonia.
    4. The mineral wealth of New Caledonia must belong to the people.
    Mayhem swept the French island territory after France’s parliament passed a new law on Wednesday that granting voting rights to citizens form mainland France who have lived in the overseas province for at least 10 years.


  • A man who vanished nearly 30 years ago has been found living just metres away from his family home after being ‘kidnapped’ by his neighbour. The victim, named only as Omar Bin Omran, disappeared in the Algerian city of Djelfa 27 years ago when he was just 17 years old. His family assumed he had died during the civil war between the North African country’s government and various Islamist rebel groups, which raged for 10 years in the late 1990s and early 2000s. But it turned out the entire time he had been living just 200m away, in a hole in the ground covered by stacks of hay underneath his neighbour’s sheep pen. Algerian newspaper El Khabar suggests Omar’s family dog recognised his smell and pined for him close to the spot where he was being held, and was poisoned by his captor in attempt to ward the family off. Local authorities have confirmed a 61-year-old man, believed to be a civil servant, has been arrested in connection with the alleged kidnapping.


  • Ukraine’s NATO sponsors have a longstanding habit of ignoring a cornucopia of Nazi symbology in the Ukrainian military’s ranks, looking the other way when delivering fresh tranches of arms assistance to Kiev, and going so far as to disguise troops with obvious fascist and neo-Nazi leanings during visits to Western countries. German authorities have quietly expelled seven Ukrainian troops being trained by Bundeswehr instructors over the use of Nazi symbols. “Seven cases were identified in which soldiers wore right-wing extremist symbols during training conducted by the Bundeswehr for the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The training of the relevant soldiers was terminated immediately in coordination with the Ukrainian military and the affected persons were returned to Ukraine,” the German government said in a statement posted to its official web portal.


  • The Peruvian government has officially categorized transgender and intersex people as “mentally ill,” which the health ministry says is the only way that Peru’s public health services could guarantee “guarantee full coverage of medical attention for mental health,” The Telegraph reports. Conditions now recognized as mental health disorders include transsexualism, dual role transvestism, gender identity disorder in childhood, other gender identity disorders, fetish transvestism, and egodystonic sexual orientation.” The classification aligns closely with the the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), which classifies “gender dysphoria” as a mental disorder. Peru’s decree follows the release of the 10th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) by the World Health Organization.


  • Residents want the border line between Zambezi region and Kavango east to be moved from Divundu area to include the Mukuvi area. Some traditional leaders and residents of the Zambezi region want the border line with the Kavango regions reinstated, and call for the name of the region to revert to Caprivi. Citing a lack of consultation when the name of the region was changed in 2013, they said they want the region’s name to be changed back to Caprivi as a matter of cultural identity.


  • A court has rejected a lawsuit seeking to block the restart of a nuclear reactor in western Japan due to safety concerns, dismissing the plaintiffs’ claim that evacuation plans in the event of a natural disaster are inadequate. The decision by the Matsue branch of the Hiroshima High Court came ahead of the planned restart by Chugoku Electric Power Co in December of the Shimane nuclear plant’s No. 2 reactor, which is currently undergoing a safety inspection. “There are no specific risks of a major accident that may lead to a leak of an abnormal level of radiation beyond the premises of the plant,” said Presiding Judge Yoshiki Matsutani on Wednesday. The No. 2 unit is a boiling water reactor identical to those at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, which was crippled in the wake of a massive earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.


  • The University of Stirling asked 585 overweight men to lose weight over 12 months, with a cash payout for some to see if it would help them achieve their goal. The study – called Game of Stones – found the £400 incentive made a “significant difference” compared to men who were offered no cash reward. The uni team worked with men facing socio-economic difficulty or mental or physical illness, who might not have access to traditional weight management services.


  • The European Union is investigating Facebook and Instagram over whether they are so addictive that they are having “negative effects” on the “physical and mental health” of children. It will also scrutinise if they have done enough to check whether users are old enough to use them, and how content is recommended to children. A number of big tech firms are now under investigation for potential breaches of the EU’s tough new Digital Services Act (DSA), and could be fined up to 6% of annual global turnover. Meta, which owns both platforms, says it has “spent a decade developing more than 50 tools and policies” to protect children.


  • On May 9, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) performed a successful hot-fire test of a liquid-fueled rocket engine that was built using additive manufacturing (colloquially known as 3D printing) technology. The engine, which burns a hypergolic mix of nitrogen tetroxide and monomethyl hydrazine, fired for a duration of 665 seconds, marking a major milestone. The engine is used in the upper stage of India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).


  • Astronomers have discovered three ancient stars “on the run” in the outskirts of the Milky Way galaxy, racing the wrong way at hundreds of thousands of miles per hour. Despite being spritely for their age, the three stars are so old that they date back to the formation of the first galaxies. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) found these stars in the Milky Way’s halo, a diffuse cloud made of stars, gas and dust that envelopes our entire galaxy. The team has named the stellar bodies, which have ages between 13 billion and 12 billion years old, “Small Accreted Stellar System, or SASS, stars. The name indicates that each of these stars formed in its own small, primitive galaxy that was later cannibalized by our Milky Way.


  • The United States Department of Defense is developing a plan to use the ever-growing American commercial space industry for national security purposes. The plan, known as the Commercial Augmentation Space Reserve, or CASR, would allow the U.S. Space Force to use the capabilities of the commercial space sector through “pre-negotiated contractual agreements which would be activated in times of crisis or conflict,” according to the service’s “Commercial Space Strategy” document, which was released in April 2024. Such a plan would combine military, commercial and civil satellites operated by the United States and its allies into one “hybrid space architecture,” as the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Unit refers to it.


  • Located 1,200 light-years from Earth,WASP-193b orbits a distant star in our Milky Way galaxy. The celestial body, which scientists called the second lightest planet ever discovered, is so light that researchers are comparing its composition to that of cotton candy. Dubbed WASP-193b, the planet is not the first to be compared to the classic confectionary staple of amusement parks and state fairs. Another fluffy planet was discovered in 2017, WASP-107b, which is roughly the size of Jupiter with only about 12% of its mass. But WASP-193b is an enigma all its own, the researchers say. First discovered in 2023, WASP-193b appears to be about 50% bigger than Jupiter, yet is a fraction of its density. Only the Neptune-like Kepler-51d, discovered in 2014, is lighter, according to the researchers.


  • Astronomers have discovered an Earth-size planet orbiting an ultracool red dwarf star similar in size to Jupiter. The red dwarf, located some 55 light-years away, is 100 times less bright than the sun and exhibits half the temperature of our star. This new extrasolar planet, or exoplanet, is named SPECULOOS-3 and represents just the second time astronomers have discovered a planetary system around a red dwarf star, the first being the Trappist-1 system. The Earth-size world was discovered by the Search for habitable Planets Eclipsing Ultra-cool Stars (SPECULOOS) project located at the Paranal Observatory in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile. The aim of the mission (which is named after a popular Belgian biscuit called “Speculoos”) is to use infrared observations to detect rocky exoplanets around nearby ultracool stars like red dwarfs and so-called “failed stars,” or brown dwarfs.


  • A new Hubble image highlights the intricacies of a distant galaxy glowing with a bright white core surrounded by complex dust structures. A new image from the Hubble Space Telescope captures the sharpest view yet of the lenticular galaxy NGC 4753. The photo, released on Monday (May 13), offers a nearly edge-on view of the galaxy, revealing its bright central bulge. Lenticular galaxies are a cross between spirals and ellipticals; they exhibit an elliptical shape but have ill-defined spiral arms. The galaxy, located roughly 60 million light-years from Earth, is situated within the Virgo II Cloud, which hosts a group of roughly 100 galaxies and galaxy clusters. It was first discovered by the astronomer William Herschel in 1784.


  • The sunspot AR3664, which is about 15 times wider than Earth, has finally rotated out of our planet’s view — but not before firing off two more big solar storms. The most recent solar flares from AR3664 were in the X class, the strongest category — an X3.4 monster that peaked today (May 15) at 4:37 a.m. EDT (0837 UTC) and an X2.9 that followed at 10:38 a.m. EDT (1438 GMT). The sun about 25 Earth days to rotate once on its axis (at the equator; the duration varies considerably by latitude), so it takes about two weeks for many features on the solar surface to come back into view.

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Caledonian Forest 120 AD

“Written by Titus Ursus, Primus pilus of Legiō IX Hispana, in the third year of Hadrian’s reign (120 AD). This will probably be the last papyrus and entry in my diary. Our legion was ambushed in the wild realm called Caledonian Forest and was almost completely annihilated. Half of my first cohort is all that was left of the IX legiō. We were pushed into the marsh and we will probably die here, fighting bravely to the end in the name of Rome and the Emperor. We were attacked by a demonic pack of the barbaric Picts. They looked more like wild beasts than humans. Some of them were dressed in animal furs, painted with strange runic signs… others seemed to be two-legged wild beasts. They tore us apart as if we were made of paper! I saw our legatus and my brothers in arms being eaten alive, I will never forget their screams. The barbarians attacked us unnoticed, quickly and with wild fury, then disappeared in the fog. Mainly at night. Our shields, swords and armor were no use here. The enemy we face seems to be the ancient wrath of some dark gods we have awakened. We should never invade these lands. I hear demonic howls, they’re coming! They’re coming!” – Scrap of the papyrus written by Centurion Titus Ursus. Found in October 120 AD in the Caledonian Forest. Taken to Rome, where it was presented to the emperor and then burned. Two years later, Emperor Hadrian ordered the construction of a wall on the border of the land called Caledonia, in north Britannia. A story and illustration by Jakub Rozalski © Roman Empire ~ @Dr_TheHistories

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Aaron Rodgers: UFO disclosure will destroy religion

More and more people are starting to understand that “angels” and “demons” were just words used to describe positive and negative extraterrestrials. Some ETs were even called “God”. Spirituality is understanding there’s life in densities and dimensions beyond our physical senses. The dark forces manipulating Earth don’t want humans to know that positive beings intend to be seen in brightly lit spacecraft, and negative beings hide behind our institutions. @Kabamur_Taygeta

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