This extremely interesting article was shared by Mr. A.K., and it's worth your consideration, and our usual high octane speculation. Indeed, I can almost hear the reaction of the lamestream media in the West, if it bothers at all to cover the story: "Mr. Putin is against vaccines? We'll we always knew he was an anti-science irrational troglodyte." But whatever he is, Mr. Putin is not an anti-science troglodyte, and there's something else altogether going on here, but we'll get back to that. Here's the article:

Putin: Human Evolution Under Threat By Big Pharma, GMO, Vaccines

I want to draw your attention to the following four paragraphs, which, apparently, are citing a report that landed on Mr. Putin's desk:

“We as a species have the choice to continue to develop our bodies and brains in a healthy upward trajectory, or we can follow the Western example of recent decades and intentionally poison our population with genetically altered food, pharmaceuticals, vaccinations, and fast food that should be classified as a dangerous, addictive drug.”

“We must fight this. A physically and intellectually disabled population is not in our interests,” the report states.

Describing the average government-controlled Westerner as an “intensively vaccinated borderline autistic fat man slumped in front of a screen battling a high-fructose corn syrup comedown,” the report states that such tactics used by governments to subjugate their citizens are not only “dark/evil” but “counter-productive in the medium to long term.”

Russia under President Putin has been giving away land for free in the past few years to people willing to farm organically and sustainably. The goal is to become the world’s “leading exporter” of non-GMO foods that are based on “ecologically clean” production. (All emphases added)

One of the things that caught my eye is the story - repeated in this article - that Mr. Putin's government has started a kind of Russian version of the American homestead act: giving land away to farmers who will tend it, but apparently as a part of a wider Russian government program to become a leading "exporter" of non-GMO foods. This development I have been predicting for years in my assertion that the BRICSA bloc would eventually make GMOs a geopolitical issue: I call it "GMO geopolitics". And the hint is supplied in this article: people - and farmers - should have the inherent right to GMO-free food. And that extends to a right to know what is in the food they purchase. That, in turn, requires accurate labeling. Russia, as I have pointed out in previous blogs on this subject, does not appear to be waiting for the rest of the BRICSA bloc, but appears willing to take the lead on the issue. Notably, its largest BRICSA partner, China, is less pessimistic - to put it mildly - about GMOs. But this policy may resonate ultimately with BRICSA partner Brazil, and ultimately with Argentina, where the pro-GMO policies of various governments have displaced many farmers and ranchers. And it will find a sympathetic ear in India as well, where the same has happened, and where there is significant political opposition to GMOs.

What is extraordinarily intriguing about the article, however, is that the Russian report apparently identifies a variety of nutritional and pharmaceutical causes for the dumbing down of the Westen population, and makes it clear that this is a result of deliberate policy, a policy which it intends to fight. As the article points out, the report apparently believes this to be an ultimately self-defeating policy, one that will prove to be "counter-productive in the medium to long-term," and that for Russia to remain competitive, it must have an intelligent general population. And in the list, the report ties vaccines to autism, a debate that has raged in the West, where the official narrative - that vaccines are not causally linked to autism - is increasingly under fire.

So what is really going on here? My high octane speculation is that this is deliberate Russian government policy to position itself as the state spokesman for these types of issues, when the issue itself is genuine, and has a certain degree of scientific support and merit. In short, Russia is positioning itself, quite deliberately, on the side of those in the West who have attempted to raise similar issues but who are shut out of the debate by a corporate media and bought-and-paid-for professional journals.

And with this high-octane speculation, comes a prediction, for the failing intellectual ability of the general population of the West, and of America in particular, must also be laid in part at the feet of the progressive education philosophy that have dominated American education, and that of the West in general. If this reading be true, then one may expect, eventually, for there to be some similar Russian criticism of the whole philosophy behind that education system, and of its institutions and favored "gimicks"(think the standardized test here, or its most recent manifestation, Common Core and its "individually adaptive standardized tests.")

Russia wants to own these issues, and if the West is to maintain pace, it must open up, rather than attempt to close, real awareness of them. The problem is, the "West" now has become nothing but a term of convenience for a collection of special privileges for the super-wealthy and their multinationals, and for an embedded corruption that once was the sole prerogative of the Communist nomenklatura. And that's the problem, and Russia wants to speak for them, because it knows that these things will never be objectively address by Faux news, See BS, CNN, or any other western outlet.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. zendogbreath on March 16, 2016 at 9:31 pm

    goshawks and robert, more and more it looks like you’re being specifically targetted. my first few comments posted to doc’s site got hammered too. seemed like when i started cut and pasting them to my own file and retrying later, the censors progressively lightened up. pretty sure i’m getting none of it now. i still reread my posts immediately and days after posting. so far so good.

    as for wkr, yeh thank you. well said.

    • zendogbreath on March 16, 2016 at 9:41 pm

      yep. am reading elsewhere that putin’s pulling back. working hard at and still cannot see any weakness to that tactic.

      hey, doc and daniel, any help on moderators? or are gosh, robert and wd getting hit elsewhere while the site is being knocked from without?

    • zendogbreath on March 16, 2016 at 10:04 pm

      just saw this

      seems dead or simulated dead oil execs would have been better off in russia. is that what this good cop (putin) bad cop (mr global) are all about? is putin coming off so much the good guy in the world that idealistic oiligarchs the world over will flock to him and make shaking out and eliminating another layer of resistance easier?

  2. wkr on March 16, 2016 at 5:31 pm

    umbilical … geeze

  3. wkr on March 16, 2016 at 5:30 pm

    Umbillical … gheze

  4. Robert Barricklow on March 15, 2016 at 9:00 pm

    What’s the Russian spin on despicable Transhumanism?

    • wkr on March 17, 2016 at 7:56 am

      Probably conducted at the Popolov Institute. They are at the bleeding of technology. Used to see a lot of links in a Google search but now not much there. Guess they are keeping quiet.

  5. wkr on March 14, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    A Russian pullout is exactly what one informed on Russian tactics would expect. They have at most 5k boots on the ground and have relied on Air power for the most part. With the Saudi Coalition waiting for the US go ahead and Turkey already violating the Syrian border, Russia would be hard pressed to supply and logistically support a major ground presence there. She wisely chooses to beef up their forces on the E Euro border from north to south. When it comes to ground warfare, Russia is indeed the boss bear of the forest … due to the tactics they employ. Western tactics involving multiple prong incursions call out reinforcement of the weakest prong. Russian tactics call for reinforcement of the Strongest prong. In short, they reinforce success and take their losses elsewhere in stride. You will not see Russia divide her strength in 2 major conflict theaters like the West does. She will rely on her allies for additional theaters of ops.

    China now has a vested interest in Africa and the ME. She is beefing up her Navy to full Blue Water potential and buying Russian Missiles and (soon) aircraft as well. Iran is prepared to do likewise. China and Iran will address the ME problem on the ground with Air Support as required from the Bear.

    In the 80’s, we ran Blue team Red team war senarios in the North Atlantic simulating a major Russian incursion into Europe. Each time we ran and tweaked the scenario we lost to the Russians (land and sea).

    The BGIGS system at NOSC San Diego simulated theater warfare using live platforms (ships, aircraft, simulated land forces and designated commanders). When we incorporated the Aegis system to achieve air superiority for our fleet, the Russian commander (Admiralty expert in Russian tactics) countered with an Aegis depletion measure. He sent thousands of flyable secondary aircraft (a known Russian option) to deplete the Aegis platforms of their offensive missiles. Once depleted, our fleet was taken out by the prime Russian aircraft and platforms … they reinforce Success and take their losses in stride. This also applied to their land forces known at that time.

    Currently, NATO would be decimated in a conventional confrontation with Russia. Nuclear would be a lose lose for both sides. The ME theater will be covered by China, Iran and possibly India (2nd largest army in world and a very effective Navy). We have basically lost India to China thanks to our current inept POTUS … not to mention the removal of our senior staff officers to be replaced by upwardly mobile political generals and admiralty with visions of grandeur and little tactical genius to accompany.

    We .. the US .. are being set up Big Time unless we get an Administration that does not have its head up its Posterior …

    • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 9:14 pm

      Interesting that this long Comment is not Moderated, while three of mine are no moderated – including one of six innocuous words or letters.

      • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 9:15 pm

        “now moderated”

        • wkr on March 14, 2016 at 9:38 pm

          New to this site … what are the Modertation rules here?


          • Robert Barricklow on March 15, 2016 at 8:12 pm

            Good to see your post. Very informative.
            As to the commissar modulator, what I used to jokingly call The Illudium PU-36 Explosive Space Modulator[Marvin the Martian’s weapon]. PU, it stinks.
            Basically these are bots commercially used to clean up the comments section in various blogs. This one is tweaked to zero tolerance on foul language, or religious places where bad people go[can’t use that word].
            (will this gets past Marvin;)

        • Robert Barricklow on March 15, 2016 at 8:33 pm

          It is a nuisance, as it leads to self censorship[can’t spontaneously write w/o wondering if I wrote this; bots also search for mickey-mouse copy-write violations, or popular names that may be slandered? Seems like Goshawks and I get our share. Others might be getting their share but not writing about it? -would it finally resurface in 3 or four days?
          At any rate, it’s always good to see another voice speaking-out in regards these issues/articles that are brought up at this site.

      • Don B on March 15, 2016 at 8:00 am

        Goshawks… Shameful. Seems free speech is under attack everywhere and I’m sick and tired of it. Keep up the good work. db

  6. zendogbreath on March 14, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    Where did you hear of Russia pulling out of Syria?

    As far as the article goes, it sounds like a trial balloon. What’s it worth to Putin or any other oligarch for that matter, to do the right thing or things?

    Or it could be another layer of controlling and confusing opposition. Wasn’t there rumors awhile back of all the corrupt banking system being rounded up and the octopus being decapitated so a new fair financial system could be jumpstarted? I think David Rockefeller started that one up through Ben Fulford in Japan. I remember Fulford doing a youtube interviewing Rockefeller one day and then lecturing in a classroom the next. The classroom had about 8 disparate people in it. One guy wore a horse’s head costume. A Japanese hottie dressed like a school girl with way too short skirt. An ancient old man looked normal. Every one else in the room looked like Ben was having an lsd trip trying to keep a straight face while telling us the world was being taken over by the dragon society and everything was going to be fine.

    At least if this is psyop, it’s not as trippy a psyop.

    • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 8:59 pm


      thesaker dot is/analysis-of-the-russian-military-pullout-from-syria/

      Out of Moderated Comment. This analyst is usually well-centered..

      • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 9:01 pm

        Well, moderated-again in my short reply to ZDB. They really don’t want this out…

      • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 9:05 pm

        Try a search on “analysis russian military pullout syria”.

      • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 9:12 pm

        the maker. substitute s for m.

    • Vader_Etro on March 14, 2016 at 10:19 pm

      Here, Zendogbreath, is the source for the Russian pullout.

      Perhaps the source may be queried regarding President Putin’s “weighing in” upon topics of interest.

  7. Robert Barricklow on March 14, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Supposedly, Russia is pulling out of Syria?

    There doesn’t exist a treaty with the West
    – worth the paper, nor the ink.

    • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 6:26 pm

      TB, I don’t know your source article, but The Saker is usually reliable and conservative in his analysis:

      thesaker dot is/analysis-of-the-russian-military-pullout-from-syria/

      If true, this is a BIG move. There are probably sixteen chess levels behind any stated reason. I would have loved to be a fly on Assad’s wall during his ‘briefing’.

      I could even speculate that this is a trap, similar to the ‘cauldrons’ used in the eastern Ukraine. Pull out, have the ‘moderate’ factions activate and try to take over, and then ‘pounce’ to wipe them out. Even legal, considering the UN resolution.

      Interesting times…

      • goshawks on March 14, 2016 at 6:31 pm

        Interesting that this Comment triggered moderation, but the last one on Obama didn’t. I figured that that-one would be automatically moderated, so threw in every ‘loaded’ word I could. No moderation. Strange world.

        I will let you know when this Comment reappears or is disappeared. goshawks – March 14, 2016 at 6:26 pm.

      • goshawks on March 15, 2016 at 7:43 pm

        My Comment that was Moderated (the URL was moderated three times!) is out of moderation. It should be above this one. (Comment should begin ‘RB’, not ‘TB’. Sorry.)

        One commentor at that site thought that the pulling-out of Syria was a political move. Putin is coming up for a reelection campaign in 2018. He can now proclaim ‘Been there, done that, we won and left’ to his people. If he needs to return because of ‘moderates’ renewing a war against Syria, that can be packaged as ‘Oh well, I tried…’ Shrewd.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 15, 2016 at 8:56 pm

        Strange indeed.
        What a nuisance, disturbs the spontaneous ebb and flow of remarks.
        When I see my comment has been placed in the misbehavior tank for three or fours days…
        I identify with Daffy Duck’s signature remark:
        Eaaassyy Stomach. E a s y.

        • Robert Barricklow on March 15, 2016 at 8:57 pm

          [should have used dots; not the space bar]

    • WalkingDead on March 14, 2016 at 7:41 pm

      Personally, I believe they are leaving too soon with the job half finished; but then I don’t have the intel he does. He may believe that the Syrian forces can finish the task themselves at this point and doesn’t wish to overstay his welcome or there may be others reasons unforthcoming at this point.

      No doubt that dull roar in the background is the popping of NeoCon champagne corks celebrating the wait is over and it’s back to business as usual. Turkey and the Saudi’s are wetting their lips in anticipation of what may be coming next.

      He always has to option to be invited back, should that be required, and I’m sure he would respond were that the case. In the meantime, his withdrawal will further deflate the Wests pitiful propaganda campaign by depriving them of any more Russia bashing and obvious lies about just who they are bombing.

      I can only commend him on the efforts he and his troops have made and the outstanding job they have done despite all the hype. His departure proves he is by far the better man.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 15, 2016 at 8:49 pm

        Loved your neocon remark.

    • Pellevoisin on March 15, 2016 at 3:29 pm

      After what I have heard today, I think it is not so much of a pull-out by Russia as perhaps a ‘pull-back’.

      Yes, many parts of the Russian military force are returning home as victors in the eyes of the Russian public, but part of the force is staying put in two air fields in Syria.

      I understand the Russians continued bombing al-Nusra and ISIS sites today. (How all of this is spun in the UK and USA is anyone’s guess.)

  8. DownunderET on March 14, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Doesn’t matter if Putin said it or not, he has consistently “outranked” any of the western leaders in the “statesman” rankings. Comparing him to Obama, Hollande, Cameron et al, he tells it like it is, and with the likes of Trump hitting the front page of every MSM on the planet daily, well that tells you who is the real diplomat.

  9. NorseMythology on March 14, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    I searched for other sources of this claim and could find anything linking to the original source. I know he is busy and cannot vet every article, that’s understandable, but I don’t see why it’s 5 star either.

    The article was from Jan. 9th and with 2 months and no substantiation, it’s not worth a thoughtful comment.

  10. moxie on March 14, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    Whether the source be reliable or not , Mr. Putin could say things more bluntly and the dumbing down is measurable by how people respond to it.

    • LSM on March 14, 2016 at 5:32 pm


      Cayce’s comment has been known for a long time; there have been countless sources for this (sorry I can’t provide any hyperlinks; I never bothered to document this because I thought most were aware of Cayce’s statement- well, silly me…)

      Larry in Germany

      • Pellevoisin on March 15, 2016 at 3:20 pm

        Edgar Cayce’s Readings, 1944, No. 3976-29 is the reference for the quote concerning the hope of the world arising out of Russia.

  11. Milton Zentmyer on March 14, 2016 at 12:39 pm

    Pelle, where did you read this statement of Cayce? I’ve heard it quoted and I’d like to do some reading myself.

  12. Aridzonan_13 on March 14, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    The Ruskies are tired of the Nazi International harvesting mechanisms. Especially, since they are still in the crosshairs. It’s taken them a while to get back in shape to go round two.. But, I do believe they will make every shot count. They may not be as technologicaly advanced. But, they are relatively well armed, informed and their intel capabilities are second to none. I’m expecting a full blown anti-Russian MSM smear campaign very soon.

  13. Robert Barricklow on March 14, 2016 at 11:09 am

    The perception management game is being taking to the western front, in the ongoing information war. Russia has a winning hand if it can get past the corporate controlled media and their highly paid lap dogs.
    This is no bluff. They are calling the corporate cronies bluff,
    on their fatuous, supercilious hands.

  14. Anthroposophe on March 14, 2016 at 11:02 am

    I have to agree with others that this article doesn’t pass the smell test.

  15. marcos toledo on March 14, 2016 at 10:25 am

    We have a society in the USA aka CSA that has always been Slavery R Us. Look at television advertisements every other ad is thinly disguised drugs, poisons are a necessary for health and the good life. The West has become the World ruled by Killer Cain’s Corporations Are People and real people are useful livestock to be drugged and work and tortured to death for our masters amusement.

  16. Lost on March 14, 2016 at 8:54 am

    That sourcing ain’t real strong, it’s the kind of “someone says somebody says this guy said” thing that gets used to invent.

  17. WalkingDead on March 14, 2016 at 7:57 am

    If this was indeed said by Putin, then we begin to see the actual reasons Russia is the enemy of the West and its agenda and must be demonized at all costs. The simple fact that the American public at large has been the victim of absolute evil machinations has become evident to ever growing portions of its population in recent years at the hands of the globalists. The same game plan is being used here that was used in Germany and we must begin to realize that what was done there was “legal” at the time. Those who do not learn the lessons of history are doomed to repeat them and that history is no longer being taught in our schools.

    • Nathan on March 14, 2016 at 8:09 am

      Well said WD, a poisoning covert depop agenda has been ongoing in the USA , history does indeed rhyme

  18. Nathan on March 14, 2016 at 7:30 am

    Hard to know if this was really said of not, if it was its good news that one of the heads of state has some brains left and hasn’t crumbled under corporate pressure.

  19. purplelama on March 14, 2016 at 7:19 am

    As much as I love the sound of this statement, I don’t believe yournewswire (where the article originates without any further source) is a trust worthy source of information.

    • Margaret on March 14, 2016 at 12:14 pm

      Agreed purplelama! I’d love it to be true, but it’s completely unsubstantiated in the original, published on Jan. 9, 2016 in yournewswire, an unreliable source. Despite repeated requests in the comments section of the original article, the author will not provide a source. … However, the (faux) article is useful for Dr Farrell’s comments on GMO geopolitics and Russia’s policies on health and agriculture compared to those of the West.
      Re pharmaceuticals, Putin wants Russia to produce 90% of its own by 2018.
      http://sputniknews dot com/russia/20150907/1026693210.html

  20. Pellevoisin on March 14, 2016 at 5:57 am

    Bravo, Dr. Farrell!

    A standing ovation for this line of yours:
    “The problem is, the “West” now has become nothing but a term of convenience for a collection of special privileges for the super-wealthy and their multinationals, and for an embedded corruption that once was the sole prerogative of the Communist nomenklatura.”

    I hear Edgar Cayce reminding us, “It will take years for it to be crystallised; yet out of Russia comes again the hope of the world.”

    • wkr on March 14, 2016 at 10:56 pm

      Where I live, Agenda 21 regulations are not yet in full effect but in some other parts of the US, they are up to speed. The regulations issued by the UN via their annually updated ISO specs governing Agenda 21 are becoming increasingly burdensome for a private gardener to abide by (if not impossible). When Agenda 21 goes full force, private gardens will be subject to inspections by Agenda 21 certified inspectors. Gardens that do not pass muster will be removed and a citation issued. They are effectively nullifying the use of organics and their reusable seeds while the GMO produce and their non-reusable seeds pass muster. How do you spell FOOD CONTROL …

      In addition, soil that has born GMO plants is unusable for Organic plants. I am also beginning to have problems growing organics in perfectly prepped organic plots I keep. I have been reading about how Chemtrails are turning soil against organic growth. I studied Physics in college and barely passed the required Chemistry courses. Chemistry is not my bag. If someone knows how Chemtrials are changing the composition of soil perhaps I could find a way to negate the effect.

      Where I live Organic seed are becoming hard to find and when they are found, the price is outrageous. I have a healthy supply or organics in cold storage but not enough.

      If Russia does indeed become an Organic powerhouse, provided we and they survive the planned wars, their produce and seeds will be a boon for us all. My hat is off to them. They are doing what WE should be doing now.

      • Pellevoisin on March 15, 2016 at 6:38 pm

        Is it possible for a U.S. state to nullify the provisions of Agenda 21 (or its most recent demon spawn)?

        I think when the federal or central level of government is owned by Mr. Global, the best bet is to work at nullification of such provisions at the state and local level.

        I have no idea if it could work in the USA, but the thought came to me that such a methodology could at least gum up the works for the brood of vipers.

        • wkr on March 16, 2016 at 5:23 pm

          Yes … The best place is at the State level. The states are empowered by the Constitution to stop a lot of the junk the Fed is sticking us with. Our Constitution seems to be overruled now days. Problem is the States do not have the nads to tell the Fed to take a hike. They would lose the States share of the Govt giveaways. Some States (Texas) threaten to leave the Union from time to time but the financial embillical chord to the Fed $$$ is hard to overcome …

          • wkr on March 16, 2016 at 5:37 pm

            Umbilical … gheeze ..

        • zendogbreath on March 16, 2016 at 9:34 pm

          p, seems like so much controlled opposition. the central authorities are itching to fight and crush the locals.

          w, seems a few ideas. wilhelm reich and orgone come to mind. haven’t tried it here yet. basic chemistry too. judging from reading and our evergreen trees it’s aluminum salts in the soil from the chemtrails

          so we keep glass over our soil plants as long as we can and water our cold frames from our well. working toward greenhouse asap.

          keep on

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