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Monday, February 27, 2017

Your Cell Phone Is a Death Trap-5G Is a Killer

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I recently interviewed Virginia Farver about the police state surveillance grid being installed at breakneck speed all across America.
The system will be powered by 5G. This is reckelss and very dangerous. Your cell phone has become a major impediment to your health, not to mention your privacy. The Intellistreet light poles spy on you. Every traffic cam recognizes you.
Every move you make, every breath you take, the police state surveillance grid is stalking you.

Credit to Common Sense

Deep State War? Russian Officials Keep Dying Unexpectedly

Six Russian diplomats have died in the last 60 days. As Axios notes, all but one died on foreign soil. Some were shot, while other causes of death are unknown. Note that a few deaths have been labeled "heart attacks" or "brief illnesses."
1. You probably remember Russia's Ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov — he was assassinated by a police officer at a photo exhibit in Ankara on December 19.

2. On the same day, another diplomat, Peter Polshikov, was shot dead in his Moscow apartment. The gun was found under the bathroom sink but the circumstances of the death were under investigation. Polshikov served as a senior figure in the Latin American department of the Foreign Ministry.

3. Russia's Ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, died in New York this past week. Churkin was rushed to the hospital from his office at Russia's UN mission. Initial reports said he suffered a heart attack, and the medical examiner is investigating the death, according to CBS.

4. Russia's Ambassador to India, Alexander Kadakin, died after a "brief illness January 27, which The Hindu said he had been suffering from for a few weeks.

5. Russian Consul in Athens, Greece, Andrei Malanin, was found dead in his apartment January 9. A Greek police official said there was "no evidence of a break-in." But Malanin lived on a heavily guarded street. The cause of death needed further investigation, per an AFP report. Malanin served during a time of easing relations between Greece and Russia when Greece was increasingly critiqued by the EU and NATO.

6. Ex-KGB chief Oleg Erovinkin, who was suspected of helping draft the Trump dossier, was found dead in the back of his car December 26, according to The Telegraph. Erovinkin also was an aide to former deputy prime minister Igor Sechin, who now heads up state-owned Rosneft.
If we go back further than 60 days...
7. On the morning of U.S. Election Day, Russian diplomat Sergei Krivov was found unconscious at the Russian Consulate in New York and died on the scene. Initial reports said Krivov fell from the roof and had blunt force injuries, but Russian officials said he died from a heart attack. BuzzFeed reports Krivov may have been a Consular Duty Commander, which would have put him in charge of preventing sabotage or espionage.

8. In November 2015, a senior adviser to Putin, Mikhail Lesin, who was also the founder of the media company RT, was found dead in a Washington hotel room according to the NYT. The Russian media said it was a "heart attack," but the medical examiner said it was "blunt force injuries."

9. If you go back a few months prior in September 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s driver was killed too in a freak car accident while driving the Russian President’s official black BMW  to add to the insanity.
If you include these three additional deaths that’s a total of nine Russian officials that have died over the past 2 years that WeAreChange.com's Aaron Kesel knows of - he notes there could be more.
As Kesel explains, it’s worth noting that governments, specifically the CIA, have for long periods of time had chemical concoctions that can induce a full systematic shutdown of a person’s nervous system and in some cases cause someone’s’ heart to explode.
Former CIA employee Mary Embree discusses the infamous heart attack gun and how she was tasked with finding a chemical concoction that would cause a heart attack. The weapon was first made public during the Church Committee hearings in 1975 by former CIA director William Colby. It was said to be very lethal and untraceable, by using this weapon a murder is made to look natural while the poison dissolves in hours.

It seems highly unlikely and improbable to write off that six Russian officials would die in under 60 days in such an influx in various different mysterious ways without a catalyst. And let’s not forget RT founder and former Putin aide Mikhail Lesin was found dead in 2015 from a blunt weapon that was originally blamed on a heart attack so assassination can’t be taken off the table and ruled out in any of these cases. Turkey and Russia already accused NATO of a false flag attack killing Karlov the Russian-Turkish Ambassador. NATO also had a dead diplomat Yves Chandelon mysteriously die of a gunshot wound to the head in his car a week before the death of Karlov. Chandelon was the Chief Auditor in charge Of Counterterrorism funding.
“Turkey and Russia have the will not to be deceived by this false flag attack,” they said.
Don’t forget that on Christmas day, a Russian military jet went down over the Black Sea, killing 60 members of the Red Army choir and 33 others that just adds to the massive coincidence list.
On a final note, former acting director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Michael Morell openly conspired to “covertly” kill Russians and Iranians in Syria in an August 2016 interview with Charlie Rose.While Morell was talking about killing Russian and Iranian soldiers it is definitely a strange piece to add to this puzzle.

Are we witnessing a battle between the deep state and Russia in a spy versus spy plotline or is this all just a freak coincidence?

Credit to Zero Hedge

Shocking: Illuminati Confirmed? The Secret Society is Coming Out of Hiding!

Arms Race 2.0? US, China Ramp Up Fleets

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Since US President Donald Trump took office in January, both China and the US have kicked off a massive naval buildup, and both cite fears of the other’s increasing maritime military power as the reason. Are we to see another arms race between the rival powers?

According to media reports, China is about to secure a massive funding increase for its Navy, as it seeks to balance the US threat on sea (in South China Sea, mostly, of course). This is exactly what the US Navy under Trump is about do with its plan to achieve a goal of amassing 350 ships to counter China's maritime renovation.

"It's opportunity in crisis," a diplomat from an unnamed Asian country told The Wire in Beijing. "China fears Trump will turn on them eventually, as he's so unpredictable, and it's getting ready."

While it is almost impossible to get reliable figures on how much China actually spends on its fleet, the official figure of overall military expenses of $139 billion is widely believed to be an understatement.

Credit to Sputnik

Le Pen Boosts Victory Chances in 1st Round

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French voter support for National Front party leader Marine Le Pen has grown since January, but the right-wing candidate is still likely to lag behind in the second round of the upcoming presidential elections, the latest poll showed on Sunday.

The share of voters looking to back for Le Pen in the first round has increased by two percentage points up to 27 percent, a Kantar-Sofres-Onepoint poll, carried out for Le Figaro newspaper, the LCI channel and the RTL radio station, showed.

Le Pen is then likely to come behind her rivals in the second round, with respective margins of 42 to 58 percent and 45 to 55 percent.

French presidential elections are due to take place in two rounds on April 23 and May 7.

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Swedes Are Suppressed By A Religious-Cult-Like Political Correctness

Last week (18.2.2017), President Trump made the following comment:
“You look at what’s happening,” he told his supporters. “We have got to keep our country safe. You look at what’s happening in Germany; you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this?”
Immediately after, he was mocked by Carl Bildt, the former Swedish Prime Minister:

Others responded with ignorance, demonstrating Stockholm Syndrome, blatantly trying to cover up the underlying arguments that are almost 20 years old.
Nevertheless, President Trump was, once again, vindicated. He only got the timing wrong but the not the underlying facts. Days later riots broke out in Rinkeby, one of Stockholm’s Northwest suburbs. Even a Left Wing Journalist from one of Sweden’s leading papers was attacked. Ignorantly, Robert Reich, former Labor Secretary under Bill Clinton, linked those attacks to Trump’s statement. He was completely ignorant to the fact that no-go zones existed long before Trump’s Presidency.
President Trump actually did some good, speaking for the Swedes, unable to speak for themselves, suppressed by a religious cult-like political correctness, impressed by a secretive establishment. 

The Video that the President watched the night before.
When I lived in Stockholm in 1999-2000, Rinkeby already had a reputation as a dangerous place, especially at night for young girls. I worked for Ericsson and I resided in Huseby (now a “no go zone”), close to Akalla and Rinkeby. My Indian ethnic origin gifted me with a chameleon-like a superpower, helping conceal my inner American. My appearance, depending on hairstyle and exposure, helps me blend in among Latinos, Arabs, Persians and even Africans when I shaved my head and spent some time in the sun. (You should see me in a beard! I can practically walk through tribal lands in Afghanistan, Iran, and Syria, virtually unnoticed.)
When I first arrived in Sweden, taking a software engineering position, I was so happy with what I saw: an efficient and balanced society that put a high value on health and well-being. So much so, I had a Swedish flag sewn on my backpack, displaying my new “nationality” proudly. I quickly found out American pride and a sense of belonging for newcomers does not translate to other societies.
  • One Swede of Turkish origin told me that I would never be Swedish. He furthered that he was born in Sweden, went to the army, carried a Swedish passport, and worked as a subway driver, paying taxes for the past 20 years, and still was not Swedish.
  • A more traditional looking Swede, sitting next to me on the metro, told me that he could never put a Swedish flag on his backpack. It would be considered racist. He told me that a brown person brandishing a Swedish flag would be considered confused, in need of a doctor, and not a patriot.
  • Just about everyone I met at parties, after a lot of drinking and removed inhibitions, told me that I was not really American, even if I was born there.
Another irony I witnessed in Huseby, a mostly Iranian suburb, was that the young people, born in Sweden, could neither speak Farsi nor Swedish that well. Instead, they spoke a hybrid language only understood in the Stockholm suburbs. Many of those, which I befriended, told me they did not belong in either Iran or Sweden.
I reached a conclusion that Swedes are happy to bring people in, offering a place to live and a stipend. However, that is where it stops, failing to integrate and succeeding at stagnation. The phenomenon may further explain why you see so many ethnic doctors and scientists driving taxis. It almost felt like foreigners who could not stand yourself up and, moreover, did not want to, were more accepted than dark-skinned skilled immigrants with a strong work ethic, drive, and determination. The latter, we concluded among friends, were not a threat to establishment whereas we could be perceived as threating someone’s position. That goes to perhaps the core difference between American and European values. We always believed in abundance: plenty for everyone and the frontier. In Europe, the resources and frontiers are exhausted, making people think that in order for one to win, another must lose.
Therefore, Nordic society, to function properly, requires that “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs” be disregarded. That is the only way “to keep everyone in place,” maintaining the status quo and balance.
That is how racism happens in Sweden: immigrants are just supposed to be happy. But not everyone can be happy with “lagom” (Swedish for just enough). It is looked down upon socially (but not banned), harboring aspirations to improve yourself: getting an education, finding a steady job and climbing the corporate ladder. In short, the Jantelagen (the philosophical basis of the social democracy) dictates something quite the opposite of the American dream: STFU and stay put!
Nevertheless, when reasonably intelligent people without a job and formal education start stirring for 12+ waking hours per day, nothing good usually happens. The one in four-hundred, possessing the IQ of a doctor, engineer, military leader or investment banker, but lacking in formal education and worldly experience, start to cook up schemes. More often than not, they exploit their own people.
Hence, the government and media instituted self-loathing on the native population, using white guilt as a premise, combined with the immigrant’s lack of identity, drives Sweden’s societal breakdown, not Donald Trump.
Sweden’s Suppression of Free Speech When Police Officer Peter Springare accurately stated the facts about perpetrators in a Facebook post, citing that they were mostly immigrants, the Government and mainstream media immediately branded him as a racist. Without even considering the facts, which the police veteran who served 47-years conveyed, could have been a cry for help, the Swedish Government assigned a special prosecutor.
While living in Huseby, I witnessed a fair amount of domestic violence and bar room brawls among the foreigners. Putting correctness over righteousness is having serious consequences. The Liberal Swedish government, in essence, are ignoring the people they are trying to protect.
Springare summarizes that thought: “If you cannot discuss the problem of crime among immigrants without somebody attributing it to racist propaganda, we are in deep trouble,” “The problem is that nobody wants to talk about this.”
Conclusions: Sweden’s once incredible wealth came from the fact they were untouched during World War II. Having all their industry intact, they were the winners in the rebuilding of Europe. SAAB, SKF, ABB, Volvo, Skanska and many other industrial companies were either born or grew substantially during reconstruction. Later this firms evolved into formidable global players. With the newfound wealth, they built a social welfare state to take care of their own people as well as other from abroad, fleeing war and oppression. Somewhere along the line, a perplexing culture evolved.
Life here is counterintuitive. Nordic countries, considered the most democratic, makes one think that they are ready to hear all points of view. It is far from the truth. People became uneasy and stressed very easily when talking about difficult topics, especially in a direct manner.
When one lives and works in Sweden, there is an obvious and unspoken tension beneath the polite surface. The prevailing social etiquette does not allow anyone to talk about obvious problems. A friend, who is also a female police officer, once told me that Swedish national identity depends on naivety and aloofness.
Economies are an extension of the individual people’s drive, ambition, soul, and spirit. Until the culture, built on sticking one’s head in the sand and listening to their own bluster, changes, it is all downhill.  Let’s hope that President Trump calls more attention to these “elephants in the living room.”

Credit to Zero Hedge