Well, every now and then the lamestream media's presstitutes manage to come up with some real journalism, in this case, of course, because they want to see their candidate, Barmitt Obromneyack (D- Indonesia-Kenya-Hawaii and all points in between), prevail over challenger Barmitt Obromneyack (R-Taxachusetts). Nonetheless the following article from ABC News is interesting, almost as much as for what it implies, as for what it actually says:

Who’s Advising Mitt Romney on Foreign Policy?

What disturbs me here folks is that this background indicates that a Barmitt Obromneyack (R) regime would be a return, perhaps on steroids, to the reign of George II (of the House of Bush, not Hanover), and to a dangerous liaison with the Likudniks in Israel who desperately are wishing for an external military action against Iran. In other words: more of the same: more "nation-building", more spreading of the Amerikan empire in the name of "democracy," and most importantly, as we've already heard from Barmitt Obromneyack (R), a new confrontational attitude to Russia.

ABC's article comes at a particularly timely juncture (even though I have no intention of voting for their candidate, the hyper-dimensional failure, Barmitt Obromneyack[D-Everywhere-but-here]). The reason for this timeliness? Russia has recently cancelled its agreement to the post-Soviet arms limitations:

Russia says it will not renew arms agreement with U.S.

What the latter article is not telling you is that the "pro-democracy" groups are really agents provocateurs of the West, by which it has launched revolutions in former Soviet republics, expanded NATO(in spite of promises and assurances given that it would not do so), and by which it intended, at one time via Yeltsin and his cronies, to plunder Russia's resources for itself...

...until Putin. What the United States and NATO have attempted to do is impose a unipolar world on the rest of the world, and for all its growing economic strength, China does not yet pack the punch of Russia; the two nations together compose the biggest obstacle to what both nations - and much of the rest of the world - view as the growing imperialism of the United States, and to what many, myself included, would see as a nearly delusional geopolitical ambition on the part of Western financial oligarchs.

Make no mistake, Russia has signaled that it is aware of the game, and what the stakes are: its survival as a sovereign nation, and we may now expect that Russia will rebuild and reequip, and modernize its military, all while Barmitt Obromneyack (R) and his neo-con advisors talk about getting tough on the Middle East and Russia... we're watching the beginning of a new Cold War being put together.

See you on the flip side.

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  1. Nidster - on October 25, 2012 at 10:00 am

    Daphne, thanks for your kind reply, October 24, 2012 at 11:57 pm. I put this response here because it seems there is no way to add it directly below yours.

    Anyway, there is so much information out there that is sometimes difficult to know what to believe at times and what rabbit holes one should investigate. It is good to have firsthand information as you did. Sure, there are huge doubts regarding the WMD issue but we also know with some certainty chemical weapons were used on the Kurds.

    Like you, I had a source in Iraq a few years ago, early 2009, who informed me that he was leaving the country because he too feared for his safety. A very brief summary of his information: the US construction he had firsthand knowledge of was large in scale and defensive in nature. His gut feeling was that something big was coming. So, to point others in a direction for further study I will ask of all you to ponder this question; “Why did the US construct their largest embassy on Earth in Iraq?

    • DaphneO on October 25, 2012 at 3:13 pm

      Thanks for your reply Nidster.

      The man who helped me from Iraq was Imad Khadduri, and he left because he feared for his life awhile before the war. This is his site:
      Interestingly the “au” ending was not there when he started the blog many years ago. I did buy “Iraq’s Nuclear Mirage”, written by this man, well before the bombing started, and kept hard copies for future reference.

      He wasn’t trying to save Saddam. He was trying to save the country and its people, which he loved.

      Though I did study as much as I could about Saddam, and even here there are a lot of questions for me. I’m not sure if it was the mustard gas the US gave him that killed the Kurds. Some say it was Sarin gas used by the Iranians. The Kurdish village got caught in the middle. A quick google brought up many sites, a couple of which I give below:
      And many more…

      Hussein became extremely paranoid due to the CIA (and Mossad?) attempting to kill him numerous times over the years.

      I have always tried to look at both sides, and there is an excellent book simply called Saddam Hussein I bought from Amazon in 2006. Here is a link you may like as it is an unbiased look – seeing both what Hussein was and dhow the West influenced him;

      This man’s first version was very anti-Hussein, but as he learned more of the west’s interference, his second version allowed for this.

      I learned very early to filter western hate information. I sickened of hearing about the “tyrants” and “madmen” the US was always battling all around the world. I read as much as I could about Che Guevara and other figures hated so much by the west and found there are always two sides. I found out the CIA killed Che, cutting his hands of first. Lovely.

      And so I too find it very difficult to know the whole truth. Which is the only reason I asked you what you had read.

      I figured the “largest embassy on earth in Iraq” was because they wanted total control of the middle east. Especially as they want to go on to Iran, and finally, I believe, their dream of total power would have to include Russia. Our leaders are quite crazy IMO. Not stupid, but power drunk.

      And even that gets tricky, as I know it’s internationalists running the game.

      And so we continue our search for truth…

      To close, I must say my perspective has broadened again from finding this site. Dr Farrell’s discussions are an enormous help in learning of the deeper truths behind the mess we’re in.

      • Nidster - on October 26, 2012 at 2:28 am

        Daphne, your information and understanding is really top-notch. There is so much in the way of deception and obfuscation going on that it is difficult to know which rabbit holes to go down and investigate. Good to hear about the results of your research.

        Like you said, Dr. Ferrell has expanded our perspective based on his research and understanding of what is going on behind the smoke and mirrors we are presented with as ‘truth’.

        With regard to the intelligence services like the CIA, remember to keep in focus all the other services also need to bend the truth from time-to-time. So, regardless of the direction the data comes from: north, south, east or west it needs to be filtered. That is the reason why I resist being drawn into fully believing the Russians, the Chinese, the Europeans or the Americans. Sure, there is some truth in what they disseminate but they all have a stake in the ‘game’. I know that goes against the grain on this site.

        With regard to the US Embassy in Baghdad: The US State Dept. allocates a huge $$ annual budget for its operation that is far beyond normal, and all my research indicates it was constructed for a very specific reason. It occupies a large area, it is well fortified to withstand ‘forces’ arrayed against it, and based on my research the embassy also has another very specific mission that could be extra-dimensional.

        I do see the American-Israeli ‘game’ is set to overthrow the Iranian regime. The Americans have multiple bases surrounding that region and there is an Israeli ‘listening base’ nearby’.

        The Inaugural Speech of George Walker Bush given on Saturday, January 20, 2001 has an intriguing paragraph near the end of the speech, “After the Declaration of Independence was signed, Virginia statesman John Page wrote to Thomas Jefferson: “We know the Race is not to the swift nor the Battle to the Strong. Do you not think an Angel rides in the Whirlwind and directs this Storm?”

        Curious words for a newly elected president to utter and to know what occurred just 234 days afterwards. Sounds inter-dimensional to me to have a newly elected president tell the nation that an Angel (messenger) rides in a whirlwind and directs a Storm. Very strange words, but just keep in mind those words were written for GW Bush to utter, he did not write the speech, it was all scripted.

        Stay safe and protect your ID.

  2. Nidster - on October 23, 2012 at 11:17 pm

    What Russia is attempting to do is to re-impose its colonial, imperialist dreams to control the world, to resurrect the Soviet Empire and become the Phoenix arising from the flames and ashes. Russia and China together comprise the 2 largest imperialist empires the world has ever witnessed. They imposed their will upon 100’s of millions of innocents and slaughtered many. Go, read and learn about the Ukraine, Tibet, and many more peoples, tribes and nations.

    What is not mentioned in the 2nd article linked in the blog above is this, “During his trip to Moscow, (Senator Richard) Lugar said he had brought up the idea of Moscow and Washington working together to reduce Syria’s
    chemical weapons stockpiles, though he said response to the idea had been cool.”

    Be mentally prepared. If chemical weapons stored in Syria are unleashed, nuclear weapons will fall.

    • DaphneO on October 23, 2012 at 11:33 pm

      When you said this:

      “What Russia is attempting to do is to re-impose its colonial, imperialist dreams to control the world, to resurrect the Soviet Empire”

      …isn’t this exactly what America’s leaders are doing right now? Have they not killed literally millions in the quest for unilateral power? The US is straining for empire right now, and perhaps you could read up on what really happened in Iraq, what is ongoing in Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and other countries and see the hidden hand behind the slaughter.

      Putin is a nationalist, as the Tsars were before him. The Soviet period was an aberration in which up to 60 million (Solzhenitsyn) Russians were murdered and their country was destroyed.

      Ukraine was a special case. The Soviet Regime forced a manmade famine on these people and about 7 million died.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 24, 2012 at 7:51 am

        Great reply.

        • Tor on October 24, 2012 at 10:42 am

          I agree…Great reply.

      • Nidster - on October 24, 2012 at 9:31 am

        So, you seem to be saying that because America’s corrupt leaders engaged in gruesome conduct they are equal to Russian and/or Chinese leaders. Should anyone overlook the gruesome conduct of the corrupt leaders in Russia and China because they are nationalists? That makes no sense.

        Russia is attempting to re-impose its colonial, imperialist dreams to control the world, to resurrect the Soviet Empire. China did the same to its neighbors and we are witnesses to the prelude of a coming clash that will plunge the world into real darkness.

        So, in your view you believe America’s leaders have literally killed millions in their quest for unilateral power. If that were true then they still have a lot of catching up to do in order to be considered the equals of ilk like Putin.

        What really worries me about your viewpoint is the complete absence of any comment on the implications regarding the thrust of my original comments and what is not mentioned in the 2nd article linked in the blog above, “During his trip to Moscow, (Senator Richard) Lugar said he had brought up the idea of Moscow and Washington working together to reduce Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles, though he said response to the idea had been cool.”

        So my main comment is this, everyone needs to be mentally prepared in the event that chemical weapons stored in Syria may be unleashed. Syrian President Bashar Assad is nearing the end of his time on earth. If he were to unleash the stockpile of chemical weapons before his entry into Hades, then nuclear weapons will fall.

        • DaphneO on October 24, 2012 at 2:34 pm

          You are presuming President Assad has a “stockpile of weapons”, which I do not. Just as I did not believe Saddam Hussein had a “stockpile of weapons”.

          What really concerns me is that the west is involved, ALWAYS, in the “people’s revolutions” in the middle east.

          And as legioXIV says, the US was ALWAYS involved in the “revolutions” in South America. Some of these were genuine, however the west’s interventions were never helpful.

          I am wondering, Nidster, if you could perhaps list the books you’ve read that gave you the understandings appear to have. I have found the only way to get near the truth is to hunt out old books. If you care to give a list, I will take note.

          And have you thought that it is not the people themselves in Russia, China or the West who are pushing for these wars, but group of “Internationalists” who are looking for total control of the world and believe revolution is the only answer? And they are very aware that revolutions a bloody?

          Perhaps you should listen to Nigel Farage (if you don’t want to hunt out this truth yourself). This man is a member of the British parliament and he voiced this opinion today:

          • DaphneO on October 24, 2012 at 3:05 pm

            Just got this in my email box:
            Russia to block any UN bid for military action against Iran – Lavrov

            October 23, 2012 – 20:46 AMT
            PanARMENIAN.Net – Russia will scuttle any UN Security Council resolution that could be interpreted as allowing military action against Iran, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday, October 23, according to RIA Novosti.
            “As the Libyan experience has shown, sadly, a military scenario is possible,” he said in an interview with the daily Rossiiskaya Gazeta when asked whether Israel or the United States could start military operations in Iran.
            Russia will therefore exercise an extremely cautious approach at the UN Security Council.
            “We won’t allow any more such disingenuous interpretations. We will see to it that no resolution is open to interpretation like the one on Libya,” he said.
            The West, led by the United States, suspects Iran of pursuing a secret nuclear weapons program, but the Islamic Republic says it needs nuclear power solely for electricity generation.
            There is “absolutely no evidence” that Iran has decided to include a military component in its nuclear program, Lavrov said.”

            All the more reason why the world needs a strong leader like Putin at this time.

          • Nidster - on October 24, 2012 at 10:59 pm

            Sure, DaphneO. My research comes from very wide span of a HUGE range of topics, my personal experience, interviews with over 8,000 individuals, deep meditation, and real time experience. I also have perused Dr. Ferrell’s interviews and books as well as an additional large number of other researchers. Mostly they contain a great deal of honest information and fact, with regard to the best that they understand the facts to be, and then salted with a good dose of their personal speculations. Nothing wrong with conjecture and speculation based on good research.

            I am simply a self-employed, independent, professional observer of reality. My analysis of the reality I have observed is also compared to other professional’s view of reality, which must be historically verified. I then write technical reports that are peer reviewed and must adhere to established standards, and be technically free of error.

            I am fairly proficient in Nigel Farage’s views and find myself in near 100% agreement with his views, plus he does get his viewpoint across in a very humorous way, which many of the other members also find to be humorous. OK, I really like the guy!

            Shifting the topic; you are presuming Saddam Hussein did NOT have a stockpile of chemical weapons. Did you investigate the issue yourself? No, none of us here did any on-site research. So, we are left to believe what we are told by the media and inspectors controlled by TPTB. I do not believe anything they report unless it can be independently verified by more trusted sources. In fact, I think we are being mis-lead, mis-directed. I generally take a contrary opinion to what we are fed by those who are controlled by TPTB.

            With regard to Syria’s possession of any stockpile of chemical weapons, why would Senator Luger raise that issue with the Russians if he did not believe Syrian President Bashar Assad controlled a stockpile? Senator Luger is not the only person to raise the issue and there are some serious concerns.

            With regard to whether the populace of any country who ‘pushes’ for war, or whatever: I believe the populace either conforms to the information TPTB allows them to access, OR they do as they are told to do.

            With regard to TPTB: do you have solid information to prove who they really are? We all assume we know, but do we really know for 100% certain? NO. We do not know for certain they are human, or are bound to the Earth. Ask yourself, do we actually know for sure? What do any of us know for absolute, positive certainty?

            So, once again, be mentally prepared for what could come down the pike. Of course I could be wrong.

          • DaphneO on October 24, 2012 at 11:57 pm

            Nidster, I just wanted to know what you had read to give you such differing opinions to mine. I have an enquiring mind, and would check your books, etc, out. I never believe I have ALL the knowledge. Which is why I have enjoyed coming to this site. I have learned a great deal here and am thankful for this.

            I did, however, read and learn widely on the subject of Saddam’s WMD. My main sources were from an Iraqi who had worked on the program until he left Iraq for his safety and an American who had been in the search team and was strongly trying to tell the world he did not have them, and therefore we shouldn’t go and bomb that country… again…

            Also, an Australian Intelligence Officer, Andrew Wilkie, walked out of his Canberra office the day before the war started, as he knew there were no WMD and nobody in government would listen.

            Then I read a book written by an Australian MP who looked as if he was to be the next PM at one stage. He did not become the MP for various “political” reasons, and wrote a diary, where he mentioned that an Intelligence Officer had come to him and told him that in fact there were no WMD. Now I read this after the US/NATO Shock & Awe bombing of Baghdad, so this was not part of my initial search.

            I did read very widely on Russia, and what happened there, and I still think that there is an international group involved in the highest office. Are any extra terrestrial? I don’t know. They may well be, but I have no way of knowing this.

            I thank you for your detailed reply and appreciate the thought that went into it.

      • legioXIV on October 24, 2012 at 1:40 pm

        Nicely said Daphne, I agree with your sentiments. The leadership of the Anglo-American Empire really isn’t any better than the Russian and Chinese leaders when it comes to the sanctity of human life.

        You have given some good examples of what they have done in the Middle East and Northern Africa. You could also add Latin and South America, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Korea, the Balkans and the Caribbean islands to the mix. The Russians and the Chinese haven’t had the global reach to wreak havoc as the Anglo-American Empire does.

        I would also add that the Anglo-American Empire has been following a model that in my opinion did at least as much damage to nations and peoples that the Soviet Empire achieved, and that is the British Empire.

        So who is really in the process of realizing past dreams of colonial glory? The Russians? The Chinese? Or the Anglo-Americans?

        I have seen the argument put forth that because the Soviet Empire killed more people then that makes its leaders far worse than our own. Really? Isn’t causing the deaths of innocents in the pursuit of power politics bad no matter how many? Is there really a difference between the leaders of the East and the West?

        Has not the Anglo-American Empire caused devastation on a global scale in the past 60 odd years? Millions have died and still are. Nations have been stripped of their sovereignty and economically laid to waste and it still continues. Millions have starved and still are. Millions have been drugged and reduced to a zombie state and still are. What was once bright and vibrant minds in the West are now dull and tepid.

        “They plunder, they slaughter, and they steal: this they falsely name Empire, and where they make a wasteland, they call it peace.”

        Publius Cornelius Tacitus applied this statement to the Roman Empire. I would say that it is equally true of the Anglo-American Empire.

        • Robert Barricklow on October 24, 2012 at 3:50 pm

          Great quote.
          Loved it for it’s striking truth.

  3. DaphneO on October 21, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    Robert, you said:
    “Therefore I think it is like, forgive me; the cuckoo, who takes over the nest, but is not of the nest. Definitely a cukoo scenerio, that crazily fits.”

    I agree. And whatever truth there is in the Bible, Jesus threw the “moneychangers” out of the temple, and had difficulties with the Pharisees, whereas “the people” listened to him.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 22, 2012 at 9:21 am

      (couldn’t resist).

  4. duncan mckean on October 20, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    it would suck to see the U.S go the way of Portugal or do a chamberlin instead of a churchill or is that too simpleton of a guesstimation?

  5. DaphneO on October 20, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    So for all his faults, and there are many, is Obama actually sane enough to see the craziness of a war with Iran? And that may be why TPTB appear to want Romney in? Can America actually have a President and his advisors capable of going against the wishes of the banksters?

    I doubt this but would value any opinions given here.

    I know there are no angels in politics, but at the moment, it looks like we can be very grateful that Putin, the nationalist, is a strong leader.

    • Tor on October 20, 2012 at 4:51 pm

      I think Putin would be a good choice for a write in candidate. He’s not from the U.S., but then neither is Obama, so why not.

      • Yaj on October 20, 2012 at 4:55 pm

        There you go again, T.

        • Tor on October 20, 2012 at 5:09 pm

          Yup, there I go again Y.

          • Yaj on October 20, 2012 at 5:31 pm

            Making up claims.

          • Tor on October 20, 2012 at 5:42 pm

            You can go away now little troll

          • Yaj on October 20, 2012 at 6:41 pm


            Calling out your delusions does not make me a “troll”, no matter how much you clap your slippers together.

          • HAL838 on October 20, 2012 at 8:15 pm

            Cut it out, you two.
            This is the kind of thing that made it more difficult for all of us.

            On a topic note:
            I used to subscribe to

            Like all my others, I eventually got unsubed by my
            unwanted “network.”

            It is very good now though, especially concerning
            the news you won’t get in USA,
            with everything reversed, in a manner of speaking.

            There is a very good article about the USA
            emperical plans for WW3.
            I don’t think anyone here will deny that it is true.

          • HAL838 on October 20, 2012 at 8:23 pm

            uih, I think that should have been
            from the word EMPIRE…
            well, you know….

            ra, ra sisboomba,
            GO ISRAEL
            please !!!!

      • DaphneO on October 21, 2012 at 12:33 am

        We wish!

      • Robert Barricklow on October 24, 2012 at 12:34 pm

        Had a good laugh.
        I like it when humor hits the mark.

  6. Robert Barricklow on October 20, 2012 at 8:33 am

    Those “dual citizens” that were Israeli’s first, and foremost; involved/planned/implemented 9/11,
    are the puppeteers’ for the Romney crowd.

    • HAL838 on October 20, 2012 at 10:35 am

      You believe that crap?
      That the USA had to go and secure, or help secure
      their nuclear arsenal when the USSR ‘fell?’

      More like the USA/CIA helped Yeltzin sell some of them off

      • HAL838 on October 20, 2012 at 10:36 am

        that was meant as a reply to Yaj

        • Robert Barricklow on October 20, 2012 at 11:39 am

          Freudian slip?
          The Unconscious is deceptive, in many ways.

          • HAL838 on October 20, 2012 at 2:00 pm

            I’m quite a ‘contrary’ person and it’s my
            often strange ‘slip’ ups that turn out to be right.

            But now my corners are getting pretty well rounded
            and the dot in the middle of the circle is
            connecting all the spokes to the outer wheel.

            I even know why the most important thing(s)
            going on and coming up are being (oh, so) totally
            overlooked by everyone except for those
            scientists not interesting in fame & fortune
            and putting up with being shunned by media,
            governments and mainstream science for
            [turning to the small presses] getting out the truth.

            I’ll no longer frustrate myself and just …
            wait for
            call “it” what you will.

            The real science is all out there, even
            if one must dig for it……
            …but ‘heaven’ forbid getting a bit
            of dirt under your fingernails !!!

          • Robert Barricklow on October 20, 2012 at 4:44 pm

            Counterintuitive as it may seem;
            that dirt, is good for your autoimmune system. Thus, following that line of reasoning; probably a “dirty” thought or two, can’t be all that bad as well.
            So here’s to:
            “Mud in your eye.”[full shot glass in hand]

          • HAL838 on October 20, 2012 at 5:00 pm

            My point exactly.
            Your TotBot/nanites are talking.
            Our insane leaders are the most infested.

            But we all are and the way we are normally bent
            by previous decisions determines their effect
            on us individually.

            So yes, to the tune of,
            “Mama, mama, we’re all crazy nowww”

      • Yaj on October 20, 2012 at 6:42 pm


        • Robert Barricklow on October 20, 2012 at 7:37 pm

          …like follow the leader.

    • DaphneO on October 20, 2012 at 9:17 pm

      It certainly seems to me that they were in positions where they had control in positions where they could at least assist in bringing 911 off.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 21, 2012 at 8:23 am

        There still in positions of power{too damn many]
        And some say the “billions” rounds odf hollow points are going for a mass killing of Americams. Those same peple say it will rhyme/rival with the Russian historical killings of neary 1/3 to 1/2 her population at that time.
        Not a good system of a duopoly dictatorship led by dual citizens with diabolical cross purposes.
        The smoking twin barrels of the twin towers by the dual citizens trigger fingers does not portend well for “America”.

        • DaphneO on October 21, 2012 at 2:39 pm

          I agree, but I do wonder if they were responsible for DEWs and also I’m taking heed of Dr Farrell’s suggestion to buy “The Most Dangerous Book in the World: 9/11 as Mass Ritual”. In fact I ordered it as I was listening to his talk in the chat room.

          I think his wheels within wheels theory is a possibility.

          Also, I remember that Chaim Wiezmann was working with the Nazis by refusing to allow the Jews into England (where he was at the time I believe) and making it very difficult for them to arrive in Palestine also.

          There seems to be a group of Jews (so called) working with another power (call it Nazis if you want) and at the same time regarding the “lesser brethren” as sacrifices in their quest for power.

          There have been a few books, including, if I remember correctly, “A Warning to America” letting Americans know that the same horror as that which happened in Russia could happen to them. I pray not.

          • Robert Barricklow on October 21, 2012 at 3:39 pm

            I’ve often wondered about the duality of the “jews” killing themselves in mass, while blaming others, and then profiting from it in sympathy/power/money. There “seems” to be a division, that is unfathomable. What I’ve written makes no sense, except that it fits in some deceptive manner.
            Therefore I think it is like, forgive me; the cuckoo, who takes over the nest, but is not of the nest. Definitely a cukoo scenerio, that crazily fits.

  7. Yaj on October 20, 2012 at 8:07 am

    So Russia isn’t going to resign a treaty in which they gave up next to useless weapons twenty years ago.

    It wasn’t really news even back then that no one particularly wanted to maintain some vast stockpile of unusable nuclear weapons.

    • legioXIV on October 21, 2012 at 1:53 pm

      “no-one wanted to maintain” but they did maintain anyway. How many useless nuclear weapons does the US have anyway? 8000?

  8. Yaj on October 20, 2012 at 8:00 am

    It’s really not news that the Mexican candidate for the US presidency is aligned with those who’d start a much bigger war in at least the mideast.

    Fits with the stupid “endtimes” christer and mormon clash of tribes outlook.

    • legioXIV on October 21, 2012 at 1:51 pm

      I would note that the candidate from Timbuktu hasn’t exactly been Mr “World Peace” during his reign either.

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