Last Episode we identified Davos, their motivations and how they have been manipulating events to bring about an ascendant European Union and a descendent U.S., Russia and China.
This episode we drill into the situation surrounding the failed attempt to stoke a war between NATO and Russia in Ukraine and how that led to President Biden offering a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and ultimately suing for peace on behalf of that same Europe.
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What is the purpose of the Brits poking the Russians over the Crimean nautical border ? The Russians rammed an American Destroyer in the Sea of Oktotsk. They are deadly serious about their nautical borders.
The remnant of the British Deep State cannot let go of their Russian antipathy. It’s more than a century old and unless they are willing to accept that these provocations won’t end.. in fact Davos will encourage them in order to bring UK military policy in line post-Brexit with the EU. These actions are meant to create a narrative of there being a split between them.
I can’t help but think the State Department has a hand in it as well. They have been acting as a separate entity and independent foreign policy force since the Reagan Admin, and every Admin they get more and more bold. Seems like the US has hopelessly lost control of all it’s foreign policy entities, other then the military, and that is tenuous at best.
Tom, just a side note. My son is in the UK Royal Navy and is out for good in 3 weeks. I’m so glad. These people are psychopaths and no sane parent should be letting their kids join the services at this time.
Well, it’s a theory.
But the more cynical of us suspect Kayfabe.
What if Putin is just playing his role as an antagonist?
Co-starring as one of many global arsonists (along with Xi, Johnson, Sunak, Obama. Macron, Biden’s handlers, the EU etc), so that in due course we call the protagonists – the Davos Brotherhood of Firemen.
If so, it’s the oldest geopolitical trick in the book, and you’re falling for it – order from chaos.
Mencken’s geopolitical hobgoblins may appear quite real, but they are always imaginary, and yet still many of us beg to be led to safety – this time around the sanctuary is being called the Great Reset, and it’s a doozy.
Why do you think the hobgoblin is real this time?
P.S – Presumably next week you’re going to tell us that cryptocurrency was created by a gnomic Japanese wizard and gifted to humanity to save us from central bankers. And wasn’t in any way engineered by the NSA and laundered out into the private sector to be retrieved and become the global digital currency with which they intend to enslave us. Well, it’s a theory.
If you believe any of what you wrote Ivor about Putin then I submit you are the most self-referential man I’ve met on the internet.
My take and reading of Putin is a decade old sir. I’ve been right about every move he’s made, why he made them and what the responses to his moves would be and have been.
To say at this late date that Putin is just ‘playing his part’ is you engaging in the worst kind of uninformed conjecturing to fit the narrative in your head.
But, it doesn’t in any way comport with reality or back fit with the data and the events. It’s clear to me you have no arguments other than ‘i believe crypto is a lie and therefore all of this is a lie.’
It’s literally you refusing to take responsibility for the falseness of your position while you know, in your heart, that I’m right.
I’ll take this comment as your apologia for having been so very wrong.
Just wait, Putin likely just stopped the whole Cyber Polygon event. Because he has zero incentive to allow it to happen. He’s not the one who needs a financial reset… or are you going to tell me that Russia is really in debt to 300% of GDP and is run by a bunch of green-skinned aliens?
It really does get tiresome to listen to people who refuse to actually do the hard work while crapping on those that do.
To give me my due (not that I expect you will), when we started talking I told you they planned to crash Bitcoin to discredit it ahead of it being banned, and you told me that was nonsense.
Since then, Bitcoin has been chopped in half.
Not exactly conclusive, and Bitcoin has recovered from 29K to 34K, but a 50% drop in a week seemed unlikely when I proposed it was imminent, yes?
My contentions don’t include aliens or fake GDP figures any more than yours do (although I would contend that most government-produced inflation figures are fake), and correctly calling Putin’s plays doesn’t really tell us he can’t be following a script – arguably the opposite.
Yes I’ll wait – if Cyber Polygon goes ahead you’ll be surprised?
And you know my terms for an apology – 69 days to go.
And no I don’t think the Russian economy needs a reset, but aren’t you presuming that Putin believes that remaining on the outside of a new global government (rather than assuming his place at the top table) is somehow better for him and his countrymen?
Isn’t Putin friendly with Kissinger?
P.S – You presumably accept that “How To Make A Mint” is genuine and Nakamoto has never cashed in any of his BTC?
Ivor, what exactly do you think will happen on sep 1st, and why exactly at that day?
explaination appreciated, thank you
The highlight of the G7 conference (or I suppose the lead up to it) was when a random French citizen b!tch slapped Macron. I’m not sure it accomplished much, but it highlighted how little support the G7 “leadership” has with their own people. NATO and G7 are the same exact people, it was a huge waste of jet fuel for them to fly to a separate meeting.
All over Asia, both news outlets and blogs talked about how irrelevant Europe is, and in brief moments of mental capacity, Biden was looking for admiration from the irrelevants.
Some combination of Putin and Xi decide when and how SWIFT (the USD based money transfer system between central banks) gets supplanted. Manufacturing has moved to Asia, which means energy use has moved to Asia, which means the petrodollar will switch to a petro-yuan at a time of Xi’s choosing. Biden can’t stop this, he can’t even effect the timing, he is powerless — and if the US had a president with full mental faculties it wouldn’t change anything.
Merkel today suggested the EU needs to re-establish relations with Russia directly (outside any US centric role). What she means is that the EU depends on German industry to pay its bills, Germany depends on cheap energy to keep its industries going, and Russian gas is the only way to get cheap energy in the near to intermediate term. It doesn’t matter if this is a good idea or bad idea, and it makes no difference if Washington DC approves… these are the cards that Germany (and therefor the EU) have to play.
Biden didn’t “let” Nordstream II complete, he had no say in the matter. And Germany has no real options, at least not in the next five years (arguably longer). Merkel was merely recognizing the status quo.
With Russia now able to bypass Ukraine, the whole cabal (Soros, Bursima, Biden, Obama, etc etc) are getting bypassed at the same time — and there isn’t a thing they can do about it.
So Davos is back to running psy-ops against the G7 citizenry, screaming about covid and the sky is falling and citizens must surrender all power to the crazies or else. The citizens are increasingly developing the attitude of that random French guy, telling Macron / Merkel / Biden / Johnson to shut the *($% up.
Agreed Harry. But those with Oligarch Stockholm Syndrome refuse to admit that these people have lost the consent of the governed and that is what will drive the future.
Not sure what you mean – The Davos Crowd manufacture the consent of the governed when they need it.
But I like OSS – if I’m suffering from that you won’t have long to wait for my apology, and no-one will be more pleased than I to heave a sigh of relief and watch Davos crawl back under their rock.
Of course if instead of me having OSS you have a nasty dose of normalcy bias and motivated reasoning, our collective sighs will soon be of horror. Mine will just be wearier than yours.
I haven’t finished listening yet but, on the 2014 Ukraine thing, I think we also need to remember that the Yanukovich coup took place during while Putin was hosting the Sochi Olympics.
It is absurd for some to believe that Putin would try to show the world that he is a good leader by hosting the Olympics – and then blow the whole thing by invading and annexing Crimea.
Hi Tom, thank you for the podcast. I did find MA’s blog comments “interesting” to say the least. I am happy to have my mind “opened” to different ideas but, from all the years of study I have done on the Ukraine coup, the comments seem to be “ideologically blinked”, to say the least. Anyway, the actual details of events and who organised what may never be really known. But I had a similar feeling about them as you. A question please. There has been a supposed uptick in covid cases in Moscow lately and the mayor has implemented stricter controls and possibly mandatory vaccines for some workers. This does not seem to fit with Pres. Putins comments last month that mandatory vaccination is not appropriate. Could this be a WEF ‘punishment’? Do you have any sources on this. Thank you for your time.
Noel, this situation in Moscow is troubling. If it’s the mayor of Moscow saying this he may be testing the political waters in advance of the Duma elections. I’m spitballing here mow knowing his party affiliation or external loyalties
But the short answer is yes Davos could try and punish the Russians for thwarting their plans. I have no sources on this. I’m sorry
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