The Alliance

There has been a lot of speculation about Russia’s strategic interest in Ukraine and unverifiable claims of Russia committing atrocities toward the Ukrainian people.    

We broke the story that Russia’s primary interest in Ukraine was to eliminate multiple biolabs funded by the Pentagon, as well as the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, which was responsible for the worst nuclear disaster in history both in cost and casualties.

I’m not so sure that a Chernobyl-event could not be resurrected, but it is less likely now

This was the reason behind Russia’s decision to encircle, capture, and otherwise neutralized the biolabs within the first 72 hours of their military operation.  It’s worth mentioning, that like the Wuhan Lab, which birthed COVID and opened the door for the deadly vaccines, the biolabs in Ukraine were also financed by the American people, courtesy of the NIH and the Pentagon.   It was their intention to use drones to disseminate the lethal pathogens.

Speaking of  . . .   

Pfizer was forced, by court order, to prepare a document that provided an integrated analysis of the cumulative post-authorization safety data, including U.S. and foreign post-authorization adverse event reports received through Feb. 28, 2021.  The vaccines had barely begun to be distributed when these problems became known.  Nine pages of issues, single-spaced, with no spaces in between.  Like me, you may not be able to pronounce many of these conditions but it’s worth taking a look at if only to gain an appreciation for what the NIH, CDC, and the FDA conspired to do.  In the history of medicine, nothing of this scale or magnitude has come close to the devastation we’ve incurred with these vaccines.  They are far more deadly than the original virus.  This was and is an extinction event.  (See pages 30-38:

Unfortunately, the vaccines are the “gift” that keep on giving.  Researchers from around the world have found foreign materials in some (not all) of the vials of leftover vaccines.  Graphene oxide, nano-scale shards of stainless steel, and parasites, specifically Trypanosoma cruzi, to name a few.  

They also found something researchers call, “The Thing,” which contains aluminum, bromine, and carbon.  It resembles Hydra vulgarisms in that it appears to be immortal.  That’s right.  It NEVER dies.  They’re carnivores and as we have previously reported; you can put them through a blender and within hours they will reconstitute themselves back into their original form.  This “Thing” reportedly has a very tiny head, and three different colored “legs,” with paws or feet at the end.  Some researchers believe the eggs are present in the vaccine, and when thawed, the graphene causes them to hatch and grow.  

Researchers have also reported seeing flashes of light that are purple, blue, and green in the vaccines, which nanotech engineers have speculated are liquids that have the properties of superconducting materials, analogous to injectable computer systems. 

I wish I could say this wasn’t also the case, but presently vaccine recipients worldwide are suffering from antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE), which we also discussed on this blog.  ADE causes a myriad of (fatal) problems including fast growing cancers.  This is expected to continue for the next 10 years. 

I wish I were kidding.  I know it sounds like a sci-fi movie but it’s absolutely true.  The only saving grace is that not all lots were contaminated.  Many of the vaccines that were distributed were innocuous and contained only saline.  But if you keep getting them you’re playing Russian roulette with your life.  Your number will come up, eventually.    

Getting back to Ukraine, another joint concern is the formation of an increasingly growing Nazi party that routinely harass the Russian-speaking populations in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.  The lawlessness is astounding and we tacitly supported it by looking the other way.  Thousands upon thousands of innocent people have been killed.  Conservatively, around 14,000, simply because they are Ukrainians who speak Russian, a language which over 50 percent of the Ukrainian population speaks as a first or second language.  Where was our righteous indignation then?

Russia didn’t want to intervene; they had to intervene.  There were credible rumors that the Ukrainian Army was going to mount yet another offensive against the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics so they effected what is called in military terminology a “spoiling attack.”  Moreover, they had to neutralize and destroy the Ukrainian Air Force and Navy, all the while conducting feints in order to isolate Kiev and its command-and-control capabilities.  

Ukrainian oligarchs and their Western allies have been teaming up to cause disruptions within governmental agencies around the world, including (especially) ours.  Even the Ecumenical Patriarchate, with Biden and Poroshenko’s help, managed to ostracize the Russian Orthodox Church in Ukraine, ushering in the biggest schism in the Church since A.D. 1054. 

And then there is the money laundering and financing of various heads of state and their relatives.  Right now, Hunter Biden’s head is on the chopping block but Nancy Pelosi, Mitt Romney, and John Kerry have worthless relatives, too, all milking the same Ukrainian teat.  Collectively, they are profiting from the Ukrainian underbelly of the beast.    

It’s impossible not to see that Russia’s problems with Ukraine are OUR PROBLEMS WITH UKRAINE.  As painful as it is to acknowledge, we have greatly contributed to this mess and Russia is doing us a favor by cleaning it up.
A similar case could be made for President Trump.  He and his allies have been fighting an international cabal of Deep State agents that keep popping up all over like the walking dead.  These demonic souls are deeply involved in sex and drug trafficking.  The things they do for fun are literally unspeakable and they get away with it over and over again.

Jeffrey Epstein and his paramour/pimp Ghislaine Maxwell were just the tip of the iceberg.  Prince Andrew was one of the sacrificial lambs.  Ghislaine Maxwell was another.  As for Maxwell, her trial was so carefully scripted it staggered the imagination.  Think of it:  the prosecutor was James Comey’s daughter and the four criminals who Maxwell provided teenage prostitutes to (and thus were guilty of statutory rape) were allowed to testify under the cloak of secrecy.  Nothing happened to them –even though they committed the crimes of pedophilia.

Is it any wonder that people are becoming increasingly aware that the Deep State truly exists and its sole purpose is to protect a cabal of mega-wealthy, Satan-worshiping pedophiles?  These despicable hierarchies have managed to infiltrate the FBI, CIA and gain control of the ESF, an organization that tells the Federal Reserve System what to do. 

The entire planet is in a world of hurt.  No one nation is innocent and no one nation can fix it; it’s got to be a joint effort and we’re playing for all the marbles.

Russia is doing the heavy lifting in Ukraine, the outright head of the globalist snake.  If we can’t see that, we might as well sign up for Agenda 21 and get it over with.  

The Alliance, which we are describing, is composed of several world leaders, the most prominent being President Trump.  He’s not alone:  there is credible evidence that in addition to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, as well as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (among others), are also part of this alliance.  If you think this is a bunch of “Q-anon” conspiracy theorizing, consider the fact that none of these leaders are backing down to threats from the Biden Administration or the lackeys in the EU.  They’re all backing Russia.  

The bottom line is that there is a joint effort to thwart the UN’s plans to implement the Great Reset which included culling the population by 90%, beginning with a manmade virus and vials of garbage.  None of what we’re seeing is an isolated event and they already have the next thing planned.   

Another example is “the international alliance fighting to liberate humanity from the Satanic Khazarian mafia.  It scored a series of major victories . . .  The biggest is a growing international boycott of their fraudulent financial system. Russia, China, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America are all joining this boycott. Once the KM loses control of money, it is truly game over.”

We’re not “feeders” who can be culled and corralled into camps, owning nothing and being “happy.”

The enslavement of humankind is not an option and nations are coming together to offer their unique strengths and talents to take back this planet, as Russia has demonstrated in Ukraine.  (They performed a similar service in Syria.  Where are the hundreds of terrorist groups now?)    

Even globalists such as Lloyd Blankfein, head of Blackrock, the largest hedge fund in the world, one that controls $10 trillion dollars in assets, openly admitted that Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has upended the globalist agenda.    

According to the Foreign Minister of Russia, Sergey Lavrov:  “A new reality is taking shape: the unipolar world is irretrievably receding into the past and a multi-polar world is being born. This is an objective process that cannot be stopped.  

There won’t be one single ruler in this new reality. All key states with a decisive influence on the world economy and politics will have to come to terms. 

Being aware of their special status, they will ensure the observance of the fundamental principles of the UN Charter, including the main one – the sovereign equality of states.  Nobody on Earth will be considered a second-rate player. All nations are equal and sovereign.”

Mrs. M







  1. “a cabal of mega-wealthy, Satan-worshiping pedophiles”

    Say this pre-2016 and most people outside of ‘conspiracy’ circles would think you insane. Say this in 2022 and most people outside leftist circles would think you agreeable.

    Good things can come from bad situations.

  2. Hmm . . . well, there’s a lot there I don’t know much about. However, the list of actors you describe as The Alliance seems to be positioned as you describe.

    I suppose we will see The West as it is presently constituted perhaps lose a few members: South Korea and, over a longer period of time, Japan. But that will constitute one block.

    Russia, Belarus, the new Ukraine, Serbia, Kazakhstan and perhaps, in time, Bulgaria, will constitute another block, allied with

    China and its allies, which form another block, and

    India, which is a block in and of itself due to size and population.

    This more or less tracks Huntington’s thesis in The Clash of Civilizations, except that he saw all of East Asia entering the Chinese block, which it may well do in time. These are all ethnocultures. Except for the West, ideology takes the backseat in all the other blocks which have reverted to pre-Cold War blood and soil politics.

    Liberal Progressivism is the last of the ideologies to die out. But it is in fact dying. It is at war at home and at war with the rest of the world and it is only a matter of time. It seeks complete economic imperial dominance combined with racial exploitation, feminism and abortion, and the forced toleration and encouragement of the vilest perversions. It is a wicked Fourth Reich, no doubt.

    Neither the Rest nor the few decent people remaining in the West will tolerate this Borg anymore. It has become utterly intolerant, censorious and negatively sanctions anything which diverges from its wicked vision:

    “And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials, and talked with me, saying unto me, Come hither; I will shew unto thee the judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters: With whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication. So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication:

    And upon her forehead was a name written,
    Babylon The Great
    The Mother Of Harlots
    And Abominations Of The Earth.

    And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration. And the angel said unto me, Wherefore didst thou marvel? I will tell thee the mystery of the woman, and of the beast that carrieth her, which hath the seven heads and ten horns. The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition: and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is.

    And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth. And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space. And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition.

    And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast. These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast. These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.

    And he saith unto me, The waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues. And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire.

    For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled. And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth.” – The Apocalypse of St. John, ch. 17.

  3. This is from Gonzalo Lira. Very informative. Dovetails nicely with the Empire of Lies theme. I’m not sure I agree with his opinion regarding Russia miscalculating the effect of going in soft, but the rest of it is solid.

    It has become clear to me that this is a war of the quasi-matriarchy against the patriarchy; of atheistic liberals against the Orthodox and other patriarchal cultures.

    • Gail Sheppard says


    • It has become clear to me that this is a war of the quasi-matriarchy against the patriarchy; of atheistic liberals against the Orthodox and other patriarchal cultures.

      True. I’m wondering if Ukraine is the micro version of this battle and if it will soon become macro on a global scale.

      But, in the end Christ and the Church will triumph.

      The video below from Dr. Steve Turley is from 2020 and he talks about the Holy Fire and the rebirth of Christian civilization, well worth a listen.

      • Turley’s great. One of the few clear, lucid voices at the moment.

        As far as micro to macro, I think that’s inevitable. It’s already a battle within the US, albeit the patriarchal forces are very moderate and mostly play defensive.

        On the world scale, the Russian invasion will mark the moment when the world formally broke into the blocks that we have described here. It is sufficient to note that the western block is the only one based on ideology as well as the only one hostile to the patriarchy (the femifag phenomenon). It is a remnant of the Cold War which became malignant.

        Ideally, hopefully, when this liberal neo-fascism finds its silver bullet, traditional Western culture and morality of the pre-WWI type will re-emerge.

  4. Nate Trost says

    I couldn’t help but take a gander at Benjamin Fulford’s web site. He’s of the old-school pre-QAnon anti-Semitic conspiracy theory sort. I think the most entertaining thing he wrote was that after the “Khazarian mafia” is defeated (presumably at the hands of “the Alliance”), that his white hat sources tell him that immortality on planet Earth will be at hand and a quarantine on Earth will be lifted and life from Earth will colonize the universe.

    I guess who needs Jesus when you have Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.

    My second favorite was a “Mossad source” telling him that Jen Psaki was an human avatar driven by an AI.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      He also said once that Jen Psaki was Zuckerman’s cloan. (They really do look alike!) – Nate, I hate to tell you this but he’s being cheeky. He is not at all how you describe but since you only took a “gander” at his website, you probably think you know him.

      His best stuff is sort of hidden. He’s the one that told me about the biolabs in Ukraine which you, of course, dismissed until I showed you the contracts. NO one else had that info.

      • Nate Trost says

        No, those of us familiar with Russian disinformation campaigns have been aware of various attempts over the years to spread false claims over facilities that work with the DTRA. It predates the Ukraine invasion, and has covered more countries than just Ukraine. They were doing it over COVID-19!

        Kindly do not insinuate I believed any of the false claims about bioweapons research.

        As for Benjamin Fulford, if you wish to use his “cheeky” self as a source, please, by all means continue to do so. But I must say, your belief that he broke some kind of scoop is entirely incorrect.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          This article isn’t even talking about the labs in Ukraine. It’s talking about labs in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan. It’s dated (June 2020). It’s also a pile of S$%^.

          ” . . . a legacy of one of the most successful and benevolent foreign-policy programs the United States has ever undertaken!” Indeed.

          • Galinushka,

            An indication of the depravity with which we are faced is the implications of the standoff in the Mariupol factory and the extraordinary efforts by Ukrainian forces, and even Macron of France, to extricate whomever is there. If the VIP’s there are NATO trainers for Azov, that’s bad enough – NATO directly training NZ’s. But if it is simply high ranking elements of the Azov leadership trapped there, that is just is bad because the implication is that Azov has that type of power and clout within the Ukrainian government and, indeed, abroad with the Macron government, to warrant the loss of helicopter after helicopter and now a ship operated by the Ukies under a Maltese flag.

            Azov appears to be the real power within the Ukraine behind the whole Ukrainian enterprise. These are the people behind the 14,000 killed in the Donbass before the war, the buildup to massacre the Donbass just before the war, the atrocity at Bucha (a regiment called “Safari”, which announced its intentions to deal with collaborators on April 1st online, per CRP reporting and such stories as this:


            and this:


            and the torture and murder of Russian POW’s captured on video.

            History will remember this as dark days for the West.

            • Gail Sheppard says

              I think you’re right. The Ukrainians have to know what’s up which is why so many of them want to back to Russia.

              I wonder if they have done something to these men to amp up the testosterone (or whatever it is) that makes them so vicious with their own people. Those who were even thinking about defecting would be terrified to take that step.

              • I was told by a second generation from Russia friend, that after WWII Stalin sent many Russians to live in Ukraine and repopulate the area after so many had died of a planned starvation. That was only 60 some years ago.

                As some of us are still fighting the American civil war, I can understand that there might be some lingering hostility.

        • George Michalopulos says

          Nate, at this point, if anybody believes anything that comes out of a Western NGO, give them my email. I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn I’ll sell them for real cheap.

          Galinushka vets and re-vets her sources. So far she’s been right 98% of the time.

          • Gail Sheppard says

            If he had just clicked on the image I took from the guy’s webpage (which is why I put his name below it), instead of focusing on AIs or reptilians or whatever else was there in the text, he would have been flooded with 61 images that all tell a story. Research is not just reading the stuff written for public consumption. The good stuff is often buried in links that lead to other links.

            • George Michalopulos says

              That’s too easy. Libs like to latch on to the one misspelling or questionable assertion in order to destroy the overall narrative. Even though the narrative agrees with the facts on the ground.

              • Nate Trost says

                A few quick points in response:

                1. Clicking on the image just gives you a bigger version of the image. Not something that makes Benjamin Fulford appear like a rational human being and not a crackpot. I went to his website because you put it in the caption, and the image was ridiculous, I had to see the source.

                2. I have apparently committed the cardinal sin, not of “latch on to the one misspelling or questionable assertion in order to destroy the overall narrative”, but reading enough of Benjamin Fulford’s body of work to realize that his overall narrative suggests he is, as they say, coo-coo for Cocoa Puffs. Don’t get mad at me because you posted stuff from a crackpot and I actually took the trouble to go read his website and verify the screw was loose.

                • Gail Sheppard says

                  First of all, George had nothing to do with this piece.

                  Secondly, I’d be mildly curious to know what, if anything, you learned about his “body of work” but I don’t really need to know, because your solid endorsement is enough.


                  Of course, you never got to “the source,” as you admitted, but that’s OK. I’ll keep using the graphics I like and you can just not look at them!

                  Goodnight, Nate.

              • Forests and trees, George…

                The great Finnish nationalist Kai Murros said that leftism is a form of autism.

      • George Michalopulos says

        Now that you mention it, she does look like Zuck.

      • Jen Sah Kee is the perfect liberal dupe. She idolizes West Wing, for God’s sake.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Nate, yesterday’s “conspiracy theory” is very often today’s “interesting observation” and then tomorrow’s “accepted fact.”

      • Nate Trost says

        Perhaps, if you follow the “repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth” strategy, i.e. the GOP and the Big Lie of a stolen 2020 election.

        • Perhaps, if the truth is repeated often enough,
          the scales might fall from your eyes…

        • Nate, it sounds like you and Trevor Loudon are joined at the hip. He too believes all roads lead to Russia and their disinformation campaigns.

          Is Russia also responsible for the West’s hideous, cruel, demoralizing and dehumanizing assaults on human dignity and basic human rights over the past couple of years?

          In your mind does the party of Davos play any role whatsoever in all of this Ukraine Russia upheaval? If so, what value or benefit is gained by them?

  5. At some point, sunlight breaks through the fog and you start to see the whole thing as a kind of tragicomic parody.

    Russia solves its geostrategic problems and acquires a testing ground for its weapons and live training for its troops. It pivots East and becomes a true world economic power.

    America finally kicks Russia out of Western and Central Europe economically, finds a dumping ground for old NATO weapons stocks, and thus the MIC gets a restocking payday with both NATO states contributing weapons to Ukraine as clients and ultimately, perhaps, to the Ukrainians as well. We now know where that full two percent will be going: Lockheed Martin. Also, though a depression is immanent in Europe, it is also true that a new market has opened up for American oil, gas and grain.

    China now knows exactly what to expect from the US when it takes Taiwan and exactly how to counter it. Plus, it is forming economic cooperatives with Russia and India which will immunize it against sanctions.

    And the Ukrainians, and later the Europeans, slowly come to realize that they have been played the fool.

    • The EU and the Euro are being destroyed
      as any kind of counterweight to the USA

      • George Michalopulos says

        Misha, you have that pegged 100% right. In going to Greece, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Poland, Nuland is scraping the bottom of the barrel, munitions wise.

        These countries get rid of old (possibly defective) stock and then turn around and replenish them –at their taxpayers’ expense–with newer American ones.

        Everything you say is spot-on.

        Here’s the wrench though: a significant number of those weapons are going to wind up on the black market. Ultraright parties in Europe are going to gobble them up (as well as Islamic groups).

        Oh joy.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          . . . if the cartel in Mexico doesn’t pick them up first. Black market munitions are probably no match for the “star war” weapons we have today.

          Plus, we’ve been feeding the black market for years. Didn’t munitions that we used in Iran wind up in the hands of Iraq. Or was it the other way around?

          The FBI gave the cartel in Mexico rifles in some kind of weird program to track them.

          And then there’s the $382M (to $711M) gift we left Afghanistan!

  6. Of the 14.000 dead in the Donbass conflict only 3.000 are civilians, the rest are members of the Ukrainian army and separatist pro-Russian groups. The Russian invasion has caused more dead civilians in less than 2 months that the war in Donbass in 8 years.
    The invasion of Ukraine is not a Christian crussade against a Luciferian world order. Old school imperialism, irredentism and a violent, brutalized mentality sounds better. They are killing civilians by the thousands, most of them Russian speaking and Christians, just because they are not receiving them as liberators. They don’t want to be liberated, don’t want you to tell them that what they are suffering is for their own good.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      These were 14,000 before the war. It started in earnest when the region requested to separate from Ukraine in 2014.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Well, only “3,000 civilians” were killed on Sept 11, 2001.

      That was a kick in the head to us, wasn’t it?

      • On 9/11 American was attacked by a foreign power, Donbass is Ukraine not Russia, its an internal conflict. But for Russians, and obviously for you as well, Ukraine should not exist as an independent people and so they have an open door to invade them, destroying their cities, murdering its people, etc. Any excuse is enough for you and any one is ridiculous. Keep cheering war and death using Christ as the reason.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          The way you’re expressing yourself needs to change. No one here is “cheering war and death” or using Christ as a reason.

        • Solidarity Priest says

          I agree with Gail, Mike. Furthermore, I have nothing against an independent Ukrainian state. I am a monarchist, not a Putinist. But the fact remains that extremists from Ukraine were conducting warfare against people into the Donbass region long before Russia came to their defence. I don’t like war anymore than you. I just discovered my father’s village in Ukraine. I had hoped to visit it before I leave this earthly life. May God have mercy on all of us!

        • George Michalopulos says

          So in other words, if a country punishes an ethnic minority within its borders (or a secessionist demographic), it’s OK with you?

          I just want to be clear. Because if so, Americans need to stop feeling guilty about what we did to the Indians and the Africans.

          You know, consistency?

          • Solidarity Priest says

            I’m not sure if you are talking to me or Mike. I don’t support what the Ukrainian fanatics have done or are doing to Russian or pro Russian inhabitants of their country.

            • George Michalopulos says

              Not you, Fr. (I’m on board with the Hetmanate.)

              • The borders that settled in after the dissolution of the Soviet Union were completely arbitrary and unrelated to ethnic composition. That is why they were immediately contested by the South Ossetians and Abkhazians in Georgia. The same for the Ukraine. The eastern Ukraine is Russian speaking and most there identify as Russians.

                The Ukraine was part of the Russian Empire and was only given its own socialist republic in the Soviet period. Crimea was transferred from the Russian republic to the Ukrainian one by Khrushchev as a “gift” from one Soviet republic to another so there was no question of any meaningful change in rule. It is 96 percent Russian.

                The bottom line is that Ukraine has no respectable history as a modern state and no history at all as an independent. historical state but was rather simply pieces of territory, never permanently defined, attached to larger political units. As such, it has all the earmarks of a failed state and will not survive this conflict.

                What Russia should do is annex Eastern Ukraine and level Western Ukraine, leaving a puppet ruled satellite state. The Russians dare not allow the eastern section of the Ukraine to suffer more from this war than the western, given that the eastern Ukrainians are the ones most friendly to Russia and the westerners the most hostile.

                Eventually, the Russians will have to decapitate the government in Kiev and pave the west. Otherwise, they will lose, and they have come too far for that.

          • The Chechens were a “seccesionist demographic” as well, you can’t break away from a country just because you want to. This war has nothing to do with protecting the Russian speaking population, or with NATO, or with a globalist plot against Russia as most of this article suggests. The invassion you all support, whatever is your reason, is causing and it will cause dozens of thousands of dead Orthodox Ukrainians. In these times of confussion, I guess the Devil goes around with a cross on his chest.

            • Gail Sheppard says

              So, Mike, if it’s true that you can’t “break away from a country just because you want to,” under what circumstances can you break away from a country?

              (As an aside, you probably don’t know this, but one of our rules is you cannot attack the character of the people who comment on this blog. It is not OK to suggest the people who disagree with you are “the devil with crosses on our chests.” It invites rebuttal from the people you offend and distracts the rest of us who know how to express our opinions without insulting anyone.)

            • Kosovo is an analogy to the Donbass secession. UN recognizes Kosovo as a separate state. Maybe a bad precedent set by the UN.

              Crimea did have it in its Constitution for the last 30 years that it could secede from Ukraine via a referendum however. Ukraine had previously blocked Crimea’s referendums arbitrarily. So Crimea has a legal case.

            • “… you can’t break away from a country
              just because you want to.”

              Well, that’s the American Revolution rebuked…

              • America was a colony, just like Latin American countries when they gained independence from Spain. Donbass is not an Ukrainian colony, it is Ukraine, just like Kyiv or Lviv are Ukraine.

                • And both were “appropriated” by England, Spain… from their respective native populations.

                  In other words, the conqueror makes the rules about what is just, blindly overlooking his own sins and consequently oblivious to any view other than his own.

                • George Michalopulos says

                  Same thing could be said about Kosovo.

              • Zzzzing!

              • George Michalopulos says

                Yes, indeed. That’s exactly what happened. And the irony of it all is that Great Britain was the only democracy in Europe at that time. On top of that, we allowed France (an absolutist monarchy) to help us secede.

              • The West shattered the legitimacy of its own “rules based order” (we make the rules, you obey orders) with its activities in Kosovo, Iraq, Libya, Syria, etc. Now we have the primal law of blood and soil reasserting itself. It has its own inner logic, but does not favor liberal ideology.

            • Antiochene Son says

              you can’t break away from a country just because you want to

              Why do we recognize Kosovo then?

        • Mile, I agree with solitary priest: I think the Ukraine should be independent. I’m also a monarchist. Ukraine should have as its monarch a Hetman.

          • Solidarity Priest says

            A subdeacon in our diocese was clinically dead for fourteen hours, undergoing surgery. During that time, he was actually in the other world. Among the things he witnessed was that every politician was cast into hades, and they dragged their followers down with them. But he also witnessed many good things too beautiful to describe. When he came to, he was in tears. The nurse asked if he was in pain. He replied, “No, I’m crying because I came back.”
            His testimony made me even more of a monarchist. I have taken to remembering the Royal Families of all Orthodox counties at the Great Entrance. This year, Bright Tuesday April 26, will mark 77 years since the death of Pavlo Skoropadsky, Hetman of Ukraine. I will be serving liturgy somewhere, God willing

            • George Michalopulos says

              Beautiful, Fr. I’d like to know more about Skoropadksy. I didn’t realize that the Hetmanate was still in existence.

              BTW, I wish every priest took your advice and commemorated all of the Orthodox monarchies.

              • Solidarity Priest says

                I do not know that the Hetmanate is still in existence. There is Skoropadsky’s alleged grandson, Borys, born in Canada in 1956. I believe that he is a claimant to the throne, but not sure if he has much support. He was living in Ukraine, but has returned to Canada.

  7. Anonymous II says

    Great post! Wow, yep sums it up.

    • Solidarity Priest says

      I do not know that the Hetmanate is still in existence. There is Skoropadsky’s alleged grandson, Borys, born in Canada in 1956. I believe that he is a claimant to the throne, but not sure if he has much support. He was living in Ukraine, but has returned to Canada.

  8. John Anon says

    Scott Ritter on Russian offensive. NATO is too weak to confront Russia:

    • That is obvious. Were they strong enough, they would have been in Ukraine in force from the get go. Nothing is stopping them. Article 5 merely obligates them in some loose fashion were Ukraine a NATO member, it does not prevent them from doing so in the least. Only fear and common sense prevent them.

      One should at least consider the possibility that Russia is disengaging from Europe in order to hasten its economic collapse only then to return to move in and take over the region after a political collapse. If you ruin Europe’s economy, you stand a chance of accomplishing regime change on a massive scale that you could not provoke militarily. Right now, Europe is attempting to consolidate in faux reaction to Russia’s “military aggression”. But the current dynamic, while ostensibly fortifying NATO, obscures the self-inflicted economic damage that is being done to Europe by the sanctions.

      NATO has nuclear weapons. Russia has no intention of attacking NATO countries unless they stage missiles so close to Russia as to constitute a serious, warning-less, first strike threat. However, guns don’t kill people; people kill people. So it matters who the people with the guns actually are.

      If Russia wins the Ukraine war, which it will, and sanctions cause a depression with serious shortages in the energy and food sectors, which it will, then Europe’s current political leadership may be dead men walking politically. Who will replace them? Politicians further to the left have no answers to Europe’s energy predicament. Green parties, for example, are the source of much of their present woes. Look at Le Pen in France.

      If Europe begins to look ever more like Orban’s Hungary and ever less like Scholz’s Germany, then we’re cooking with gas (pun intended). Bear in mind, the whole “game” is to replace globalist imperialists with nationalists. At some point, the logic of the efficiency of markets will dictate the resumption of Russian oil and gas flowing to Europe. This may be at a higher cost since in the interim Russia will make up its temporary loss of the European market in China, India and elsewhere. There is always a market for gas and oil. But importing gas and oil from America is not a practical alternative given the limits of American supply, its political instability on the question of fossil fuels and the distances involved. The situation with grain is similar.

      Europe knows that it is, in effect, being conquered. That is why it is throwing such a fit over a country few could identify on a map. If they had not sanctioned Russia, they would simply become more dependent on Russian energy and grain, now with the addition of Ukrainian sources. If they do sanction Russia and try to preserve their independence, they destroy their economies in defiance of economic reality and accomplish self-inflicted regime change through the negative effect of sanctions on their own economies.

      Either way . . .

      • Gail Sheppard says

        Would Russia even want Europe? I can’t imagine why.

        • Oh, I don’t mean actual military conquest. I mean economic subjection. You’re right, they would never want the headache of actual rule there.

          • Gail Sheppard says

            You know what we haven’t talked about (or I missed it) is Israel. Where do they fit into all of this?

            • People wonder why, though they have voiced some support for the Ukrainians, the Israelis have been reluctant to criticize Russia. The Mossad is one of the best intelligence agencies in the world. They know that Ukraine is run by NZ’s. And they know who is responsible for the atrocities.

              Consider that the US, Russia (200K) and the Ukraine (100K) are thick with Jews – connected Jews – including any number of oligarchs. Kolomoysky was Zelensky’s patron, both are Jews. There are any number of Russian-Israeli oligarchs and there are other Jewish oligarchs in the Ukraine. Israel wants to do the least it can without getting too much heat from the US.

              Israel doesn’t act against the interest of Jews unless it can’t help it. They want all their people to continue making bank.


            • And if I correctly remember a comment by Brother Augustine in his recent interview with George, Jews are still trying to bring down Jesus.

              This is a spiritual battle of epic proportions.

              • Gail Sheppard says


              • Well, I can’t get on The Saker, anti-Anglo-Zionist bandwagon in full form. I don’t blame Jews for taking care of Jews. And it is undoubtedly true that there are many Jews in the liberal, neo-fascist movement. But I won’t go further than that. My sentiments on the “sons of the covenant” is the same as St. Paul’s, cautious tolerance and faith that they will see the light in the end.

                • I have always found The Saker’s analysis to be pretty helpful and he comes across as a standup guy. I’d like to see George do an interview with him. The one thing about him that I really can’t put my finger on is where he stands on certain issues – he’s not a communist, he says, but he does come across as pro-USSR, while at the same time being a member of one of the former ROCOR fragments that refused to reunite with the MP because of its allegedly still being ‘Sergianist.’ I could be wrong, but that’s some really peculiar thinking.

                  • Gail Sheppard says

                    Does he really use the term USSR or does he say “Russia?”

                  • If you grew up in a stable USSR
                    which then fell apart into war, gangsterism and extreme poverty
                    as the republics were raped by oligarchs and the collective West,
                    a certain nostalgia for the USSR is surely understandable.

                    • That’s the thing – he’s from an old white emigre background, hence his membership in one of the ROCOR splinters. He’s never lived in Russia, but may have visited, of course.

                  • I see The Saker crowd as honest leftists and freethinkers. Though I value their insights and reporting, we come from fundamentally different places. They have no fondness for MAGA, whereas I see MAGA as an extraordinarily mild force from the right and thus worthy of at least modest support.

                    They are not hard core, rightist/monarchists over there. The enemy of my enemy is my ally, not my friend.

                    • Yes, there are a lot of old school “conservative” socialists over there who oppose globalism and the liberal agenda. Maybe they’re tankies? Whatever it is, they are a fundamentally decent group of people, like what we have here.

                • George Michalopulos says

                  That’s a very insightful attitude.

      • George Michalopulos says

        Misha, FWIW, Europe will be in no position to accept deliveries of American LNG until 2028 at the earliest.

        Until then –what? Freeze to death? Buy “smart thermostats”? Learn to compost with human excrement? (Because of no fertilizer). How will the millions of Europeans who live in high-density urban areas build Victory Gardens (like we did in the US during WWII)?

        • Gail Sheppard says

          I don’t think it’s Putin’s aim to starve the world. The gas is still flowing and the wheat and fertilizers will continue to come. – It’s not our fault we have a guy who thinks he’s the president imposing all these sanctions. Putin’s not going to punish the world for a temporary annoyance.

          • Russia will likely not renew their contracts for oil and gas when they expire later this year. The Russians are very good about the sanctity of energy contracts. However, due to the sanctions, they are insisting on performance using rubles. All in all, given exigent circumstances, this is a minor modification. But the contracts will expire.

            Now, Russia certainly already has buyers lined up (China, et al.) or they never would have done this. It is also true that they would likely sell to Europe at a substantial increase in price over market.

            I do not think Putin would hesitate to make Europe suffer given its malicious conduct.

          • It’s “…not Putin’s aim to starve the world”.
            No. It’s the aim of the globalists and the eugenicists,
            led by (who else but?) the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

            Fmr CDC Director: Bird Flu is the Real Pandemic – C19 was just practice

            by Ice Age Farmer | Apr 9, 2022
            [Video – 03:28]

            BIRD FLU: the Next Pandemic?
            by Ice Age Farmer | Apr 8, 2022

            [Video – 21:39]

            See the smirking Gates of Hell at 03:40 ff

            Of course, whether or not the bird flu is so deadly doesn’t really matter.
            They will still end up in control of the food supply,
            which they can squeeze at will…

          • George Michalopulos says

            No, Putin does not want to “starve the world.” Only to make those “unfriendly nations” (i.e. the EU/US/Japan/ANZ) pay dearly for Russia’s commodities. In other words, by being forced to use rubles and/or gold.

            As for the rest of the world, i.e. the Global South, Far East, Latin America, etc., they can continue to use dollars or even their own currency to buy Russian products (and probably at a reduced rate).

    • Yes, of course. The ground war is over. Russia has won that. There was never really any doubt. There will still be fighting no doubt, but the outcome is not a question. Hitler and his 4-million-man Army couldn’t defeat Russia. Who on earth thinks that a small Ukrainian Army could? The only exception would be if the West launched a WW3-style ground offensive, which would take 6-9 months to mobilize.

      No ‘mainstream’ Western media mentions these elephant-in-the-room facts. Almost certainly because it is too painful for them to leave their delusion.

      The only “war” the secular West has left is the propaganda war against Russia, which will continue in full force. I half expect the secular West to declare the Russian Orthodox Church (and yes, the OCA, too (they don’t care much about the semantics or meaning of autocephaly)) as illegal in the West as part of the anti-Russia propaganda war. I’d like to think that I’m joking, but part of me thinks that this is a real possibility.

      • Gail Sheppard says

        If they could pronounce autocephaly and use it in a sentence, I’m sure they would.

      • Putin has appointed Alexander Dvornikov as commander of Russian forces in the Ukraine for phase 2. There was no single commander in charge previously.

        Dvornikov is one of these “hard men” which we have mentioned. He rose through the ranks quickly, delivering results. Bear in mind, if Russians are running a soft operation (as was initially the case), they are “losing”. If they run a hard operation, they are “brutal war criminals”, thus Dvornikov’s characterization in the West as “the butcher of Mariupol”.

        This is significant.

      • . . . Hitler 4 million men army invaded a country of almost 200 millions, while fighting in different fronts at the same time. Russia’s invaders number somewhere between 250-300 k, attacking a country of 40 million most of whom live in big cities like Kyiv and Kharkiv. They are clearly favored to succeed in their “special operation” but in any case they have not won the war, and if eventually they do it will be at a much greater cost than expected. That despite the fact they are literally fighting next door home, some cities like Kharkiv are almost bordering Russia. America fought in the other side of the world on Irak, thousands of miles away, and occupied the country in 21 days with less than 100 dead soldiers.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          The occupation of Iraq is characterized by a large United States military deployment on Iraqi territory, which would have occurred from March 2003 to 2011 (actually, we’re still there) and the number of U.S. soldiers who died was more than 5000.

          Too tired to look up the rest. From now on, rather than shooting from the hip, please provide legitimate links

        • Many analysts now estimate the Russian forces to be less than 100,000 against (what started as) around 600,000 Ukrainians (if you include reserves, mobilized males, etc.).

          Operation Barbarossa was such a spectacular success to begin with because the Soviet troops were in advanced positions and therefore not properly fortified. They were on the cusp of invading the Reich and, ultimately, Western Europe. Germany took millions of prisoners because they simply surrounded these massive encampments by taking them by surprise. Likewise, ammunition for the Soviet AF was piled up at forward air bases and blown to smithereens before they could use it. Plus, the Wehrmacht had no issue about blowing up everything in their way.

          In Ukraine we have the most extensive network of fortified trenches and earthworks probably since the Great War (in Donbass at least) and RF armed forces that at least initially didn’t want to wreck the civilian infrastructure.

          Very different scenarios with very different approaches.

  9. State of New Jersey public schools are showing this video to 9-year-olds. Instructing them that watching porn is normal.

    Watch the one minute video. See what they are indoctrinating our kids with.

    We need to stand up against this stuff. If we Americans who care about the health and safety and growth and development of our children don’t stand up, no one will!!

    There is no longer any more “they” who will save or protect us in the secular West. That died out probably 20 or 30 years ago. Let us not fool ourselves!

    • Anonymous II says

      I watched the one-minute video grooming children. I knew even before I saw the names of the designer, and the animator who was behind it.

  10. How do you reconcile the claims being made that entities in Western powers are interfering in the affairs of the Orthodox Church with the pervasive lack of even the basic knowledge of the existence of the Orthodox Church amongst so many Westeners?

    • I don’t really understand what would be difficult in reconciling the two.
      Most Westerners have little familiarity with plenty of countries in Africa like Eritrea or South Sudan. This lack of familiarity would not seem to be much of an obstacle for Western Powers’ entities to interfere in those countries if they found it helpful.

    • Wester powers =/= Western people.

      Simple, really.

  11. We reconcile it “…with the pervasive lack of even the basic
    knowledge of the [activities] of the [State Department and
    the intelligence services] amongst so many Weste[r]ners?”.

  12. Bill Johnson says

    It is hard to watch all those bodies being found in mass graves in Ukraine. I wonder if Mr. Putin will discipline those soldiers responsible.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      Bodies or “body bags?” “Graves” or grave (singular). We don’t know what’s in the bags or if those who appear to be dead are really dead.

      What we do know is stories about bodies (several, actually) were staged and not particularly well, e.g. someone is smoking a cigarette or climbing out of the bag, etc. This tends to shed a negative light on all the other claims.

      I will say this, if Putin could discipline the soldiers responsible, I would expect him to do it in a heartbeat, but unfortunately, they may not report to him.

  13. And both were “appropriated” by England, Spain… from their respective native populations.

    In other words, the conqueror makes the rules about what is just, blindly overlooking his own sins and consequently oblivious to any view other than his own.

  14. Le Pen vows to pull France out of EU, NATO

    ‘ LYON, France (AP) — The Latest on France’s far right conference Sunday in the southeast city of Lyon. (all times local):

    4:35 p.m.

    French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is reiterating her commitment to pull France out of the European Union and to restore the franc as the country’s official currency.

    Le Pen used her closed speech at the conference to highlight some of her key campaign promises from the 144 commitments she announced a day earlier.

    She says she plans, if elected, to schedule a referendum within her first six months on a “Frexit” and intends to negotiate issues like borders and currency with the EU.

    Le Pen says she also wants to France to leave NATO’s integrated command and to build up the country’s capabilities to provide for its own defense.


    4:20 p.m.

    Far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is vowing to eradicate terrorism inside France and to have “zero tolerance” for delinquents, if she is elected.

    Le Pen said in a speech closing a two-day conference of her National Front party that she would boost intelligence capacities and arrange for non-citizens convicted of crimes in France to serve prison sentences in their homelands.

    Le Pen says those with dual-citizenship in France and other countries would be stripped of their French nationality and expelled — continuing a controversial practice put in place by Socialist President Francois Hollande.

    Le Pen used the speech to reiterate parts of her 144-point campaign platform.


    3:40 p.m.

    Far-right leader and presidential candidate Marine Le Pen says France is threatened by two “totalitarianisms” in the form of economic globalization and Islamic fundamentalism.

    Le Pen said during a speech at her National Front party’s conference Sunday in Lyon that those threats are “planting itself in some neighborhoods … and vulnerable minds.”

    Le Pen listed the veils some Muslim women wear, mosques and prayer in the streets of France as unacceptable cultural dangers “no French person…attached to his dignity can accept.” ‘

    The gloves are off. It’s a bare-knuckle fight now…

    • Yes, and she will be defeated in a landslide, sadly.

    • I wish her all the best but you can’t win an election in France without the votes of a couple of million Muslims.

      • George Michalopulos says

        Which is yet another reason that a nation should be as homogeneous as possible.

        At any event, Le Pen will be denied victory by any means necessary, in much the same way that Trump was rigged out of office in 2020.

        That doesn’t mean that there won’t be hell to pay.

        • “Which is yet another reason that a nation should be as homogeneous as possible.”

          Completely agree.

    • I think it’s even money with her. She has the momentum but I doubt that French elections are honest so I wouldn’t put money on her.

      It is just one front on the war between the forces of Christ and the remaining great Satan (Western liberalism). Two things: 1) she is female and thus a poor representative of the patriarchy; and 2) her positions have been watered down over the months. That she is growing a bit of a spine now is great, and she deserves the votes of her countrymen, but I don’t think she is “strongman” material. Her father, perhaps, but her – no.

  15. George Michalopulos says

    This is worth a read:

    Here’s the take-away:

    “Similarly, the media can only chant “Putin price hikes” for so long. The gas lines and food price hikes will be all that matter. Generations of deracination have made it impossible for Western governments to demand sacrifice from their people. When you have convinced people that the nation is a meaningless social construct, they are not going to sacrifice for it. They will look for someone to blame.”

    So you see, all the nonsense of the evilness of America, Western Civilization, Christendom, and the sanctity of BLM, feminazism, faggotry, and trannyism is now coming back to bite us in the ass.

  16. Christopher Keller says

    You say:

    It was their intention to use drones to disseminate the lethal pathogens.


    [The vaccines] are far more deadly than the original virus.


    They also found something researchers call, “The Thing,” which contains aluminum, bromine, and carbon. It resembles Hydra vulgarisms in that it appears to be immortal. That’s right. It NEVER dies. They’re carnivores and as we have previously reported; you can put them through a blender and within hours they will reconstitute themselves back into their original form. This “Thing” reportedly has a very tiny head, and three different colored “legs,” with paws or feet at the end. Some researchers believe the eggs are present in the vaccine, and when thawed, the graphene causes them to hatch and grow.


    [The UN had] plans to implement the Great Reset which included culling the population by 90%, beginning with a manmade virus and vials of garbage.

    …Do you have anything resembling a credible source, for any of these claims? If I had an open-minded relative who had no previous exposure to these topics, what would you suggest should convince them of these ideas? They appear to me to belong in works of fiction, and unbecoming of rational discourse.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      Hi, Christopher. I see your back. I think you are a troll but I want to teach you something before I let you go.

      When you’re unsure of something (let’s say it’s something from someone that doesn’t have the credibility that I do after doing this sort of thing for 2 decades, like me). It’s not hard to Google it. For example, take the comments about the vaccine. Google the keywords like “The thing” vaccine graphene, paws and you will see multiple links. There are 7 links that will pop up with more information on what I reported. The researchers’ names, who reported what, etc.


      • Christopher Keller says

        I know I am abrasive at times, but it truly is because I want to uncover the truth. I would not check here on occasion to read the posts, if I were not open to having my views challenged &/or changed. Debate is good.

        But let’s be frank. Claims of plans for lethal pathogen dispersal via drone, deadly vaccines, immortal nanobots/engineered organisms, and an orchestrated near-extinction of the human race are claims that require rather convincing evidence. Were I to claim even innocuous things like “there’s a teapot in space between Earth and Mars” or “the military has developed a new tunnel-boring system that can create a 10’x10’x100′ section of tunnel per day” or “Driscoll strawberries are enlarged through the use of cultured embryonic stem cells”, it would be good & right for you to ask for some trace of evidence to back up such wild claims.

        I did check Google (and a couple other search engines — there’s some new ones popping up recently, to meet demand for a competitive, non-Google index) regarding these claims, and (though I’m sure this won’t surprise you) most of what I could find in the results seemed only to “support the null hypothesis”.

        Regarding the links you have attached:

        1. She says, of the “lights” she observed, that “Some nanotech engineers told me…” Ok, well who? Based on what? This is not evidence of anything at all. Is it even in theory reproducible? If so, has anyone else been able to reproduce the findings? Further, has anyone isolated the materials responsible, and done so in a relatively public manner, so we who don’t have lab equipment, ourselves, can feel confident that these are not mere claims?

        I’m also not optimistic, given the sweeping assertions she makes, saying things like “It knew we were looking at it”, when photoreceptors are common to many organisms, and it’s not at all an indication of sentience, let alone sapience. Further, the way she talks about something that looked like a Hydra (which is a tiny water-dwelling organism that’s basically everywhere, and harmless to humans, like many other such creatures) is deeply concerning… We wouldn’t find ourselves so shocked that we’d stay up all night crying, if we found diatoms in the water used to prepare a slide (or cup of water to drink…)

        The source of the claim about “The Thing” is a single Polish _geologist_… He claims it’s some kind of organism, but it’s not surprising to find a graphite (or is it graphene? The post uses both words, but they are distinct!) structure form in the presence of a source material, unusual reactants, and sputtering chamber… The entire point of such a chamber is to deposit a film of material as a result of the reaction! Further, have you checked his website? He’s hawking some “Hidden History” nonsense now, about the Pyramids, the formation of the Moon, etc. Is this truly who you believe to be a more credible source than …everyone else?

        There’s an image on the prayingcitizen site about Chagas and Sleeping Sickness, comparing them to COVID, but comically so. Think of how many things cause “swelling at infection site, fever, fatigue, aches, etc…” Of course they sound similar. Everything from too many drinks to Hepatitis may present with such generic symptoms!

        The claims by Robert Young (unsure if he’s currently a licensed doctor — he’s fraudulently practiced without a license before!) seem rather hard to take without another party to corroborate them, not only because of his known fraud in the past, but also because he rejects germ theory in favor of the notion that germs develop from sick tissue, rather than the reverse… Which is so easy to disprove, I’m considering how my (pre-K) son and I could use his microscope to do just that!

        Metal contamination doesn’t surprise me, I suppose, though I would have to dig into more sources to get a sense for 1. What baseline “contamination” is from, say, a kid eating a fistful of dirt, 2. How the COVID vaccine contamination rate/amount compares to other vaccines developed previously, 3. What health effects, if any, would be expected from the level of contamination observed (probably on a bell curve).

        Finally, the post ends with an “out of left field” aside about the “Trust Stamp”. Never heard of it before, but it looks like the idea is this: Scan a handprint (not clear what they scan, didn’t want to read a bunch of press releases to determine, because it mostly doesn’t change the assessment) then take the scan data and run it through a mathematical blender to make nonsense data, so that only the same scan will blend to the same nonsense value. This allows you to prove your identity without revealing the “key” data, itself (namely, your hand/finger scan). This is almost identical to using a password or bank PIN (which is also blended up the same way) except you can’t lose, forget, or change it. The “AI” aspect is just because no two scans of the same hand will ever line up 100%, so they have to have a range of tolerance, without creating false positives. I think it’s a tough business idea to make succeed, (and is neither necessary nor, because you can’t switch hands if your identity is stolen, desirable) but doesn’t seem nefarious.

        …That’s link #1. I’m afraid I don’t have time during the day to do more than skim the rest, but on doing so, it seems they all reference the same geologist/history-enthusiast Zalewski, and make wild, fear-baiting, sweeping assertions like the first link. Why do these sources seem more credible to you than the dry, methodological work of the many thousands of scientists (in medical fields, to clarify!) from every country in the world, who, for all their other differences, seem to agree about the various vaccines and procedures? It is true that one person may be right, and all the rest of the world some combination of ignorant, crazy, evil, cowardly, etc., but in such a case, we should still ask for and expect reasonable evidence. Not all underdogs are laudable. Some are simply the guy loudly talking at the bar about teapots in space…

        • Gail Sheppard says

          I don’t think a lot of us have time to do the research for you either. That’s just the way it is.

          You ask me what I think I know.

          If you check out LinkedIn (Gail Zink Sheppard), you’ll see my entire career is in healthcare. I’ve implemented development programs for millions of members of Fortune 500 companies. I am used to reading the details and understanding what they mean because contractual obligations require it. I have installed multiple pharmacy systems. George is a pharmacist! I have implemented programs for CMS (Medicare/Medicaid). I’ve represented companies in contract reviews. To be frank, I have a 6th sense when it comes to BS in healthcare. I’ve witnessed the disasters of new technologies. I’ve had Palantir as part of a portfolio I managed so I know a lot about what can be done with tracking. I know why doctors are not educated on vaccines, how they are paid (or penalized) with regard to compliance and why their compliance is virtually guaranteed.

          I don’t know what you do for a living, but if you love it like I love what I do, you’re probably an expert at it, as well.

          • Christopher Keller says

            While Appeal-to-Authority can be a valid rhetorical move, it does not help one’s case when the opposing side has both more and more qualified supporters. I truly would want to know and believe, if these things are true. I believe that Christ is the Son of God Incarnate, that abortion is simply murder, that gay marriage is a contradiction in terms, I try to re-evaluation creation vs evolution on a regular basis (geology & biology would in some respects point toward evolution, but I find some astronomical & bio-thermodynamic evidence that points toward a recent creation), I switched from Baptist to Orthodox after doing research on Church History, I’ve switched political parties on the basis of considering the Church’s social teachings, etc — I really do want to see a persuasive case for these claims, if there is one to be made. It’s just that so far, the word of a rather eccentric Polish geologist is not sufficient to outweigh the evidence brought forward by the myriad other, health-field scientists.

            • Gail Sheppard says

              Congrats on finding the Church! OK, we’ll try this again.

              Re: “I really do want to see a persuasive case for these claims, if there is one to be made.”


              • Christopher Keller says

                I appreciate your continued engagement on this, but I must confess, I’m a bit at a loss as to what to make of the link, given his repudiation of Germ Theory in its entirety… Someone who has made such an elementary mistake would not appear equipped to contribute meaningfully to the topic. Or as I said above, at least not without some serious corroboration.

            • George Michalopulos says

              Mr Keller, you have asked all the right questions. Welcome to the Ark of Salvation.

              Remember though, it wasn’t a cruise for Noah and family! Nor will it be for us. Still, they were saved.

  17. Matthew Panchisin says
  18. George Michalopulos says

    A basic rule of regime-ology is an extension of the Opposite Rule of Liberalism, which states that whatever the American left say about a subject, assume the opposite and you will get close to the truth. It is not direct contradiction, as in they say “X” so the direct opposite of “X” is the truth. It is simply the acknowledgement that the American left projects its fears about itself onto its enemies.

    What this means with regards to regime media is that the signals we see broadcast are not direct lies, but reflective of internal debates within parts of the regime. The short-war stuff reflected the concern over how long the West could support Ukraine. It reflected the strategy of the neocons running the war. It was not accurate, but it was not entirely devoid of truth, either. You just have to know how to read the signals.

  19. George Michalopulos says

    It’s useful to read the entire piece by Z-man:

    • George,

      This seems pretty accurate and explains in a theory what Alexander Mercouris, among others, are doing in their method of analysis based on what the Western media is really saying beneath the layers of bs. Whenever a human or collection thereof emits communication, they are providing a window into their psyche – perhaps distorted, perhaps clear – but if you understand their habitual distortions and tendency to project, you may actually be able to divine the truth from their utterances. At least that’s the theory.

      Theoretically then, the dumber they are – i.e., the less adept they are at camouflaging their intentions – the more one may surmise from their utterances. And we are certainly not dealing with the sharpest knives in the drawer.