9 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM AUG 3 2017”

  1. I have just about “HAD IT” with these morons in the US government, if that’s what you call it. The US thinks that it is the “policeman” of the world, but they lost their badge a long time ago. The EU has the opportunity to tell the US to take a flying f**k, will they do it, I doubt it. So what are we left with here, a mob of mindless people who will go down in history as people who lost their way, I don’t have the guts to say it like it “really” is here.

  2. Robert Barricklow

    You see the U.S. has basically two kinds of citizens. Those who obey the law or go to jail; those who rule and obey no laws and are untouchables. So when they order Germany around by breaking international laws, it’s par for course. They treat trade like its health care. Make Germany buy higher price U.S. gas[retail insurance care].
    Those strategic forward bases are ideal for Gladio-based pipe-line terrorism.
    The U.S. also loves to double down when they loose. They just double down till they win or the world goes to hell in a handbasket.
    They are owners who carry nation debt shackle$; or, use lead bullets when the 40 pieces of silver doesn’t sell.
    There is land based and space[navy] based presence that commands geopolitical trade. The space part can masquerade as Acts of God.
    So, again, the game continues to ratchet down into a tighter spring from which any number of triggers could become a hell of an explosive game changer.
    Interesting times indeed.

  3. The USSA is a chip off the old block the Normans and just as short sighted. The Russians are more like the spiritual ancestors the Romans at their best they’re In and playing for long haul not short term gain. When children and adults play it’s the adults that win they have the knowledge and experience.

  4. When I see remarks on the latest naval or troop movements by the NaziTreatyOrganization, I often reply: yes, but those hundred men in Estonia serve to intimidate the local population and bolster up local political agendas and do not worry the Russians; and those naval vessels sailing here and there are little more than “magnets for missiles”. Today’s frontiers are in space. Which nobody can deny but few seem able to grasp in analytical terms. And there is obfuscation on WHAT space assets are actually out there, WHAT technology they use and WHERE they are located.

  5. Todays Eurasian forming powerhouse should already have been in the Neo Cons portfolio, they simply let it slip thru their fingers.

    Pillaging like Locust leads to pushing back out of sheer necessity of the oppressed need to survive.

    Their addiction to power, greed, death and what ever else isn’t helping to reach outset goals. The resulting chaos is devastating and dangerous.

    However, I am not that optimistic any EU representative can see any light, they are more like blind mole rats. If Merkel can be replaced by a bat, maybe.

    1. Oh, great…. My response to yours now resides in that quantum state of awaiting moderation. Again. I wonder what the nature of the experiment is this time?

  6. (RIP, Jim. We will miss you.)

    “Sanctions, smoke and mirrors from a kindergarten on LSD”
    http://thesaker.is/sanctions-smoke-and-mirrors-from-a-kindergarten-on-lsd/

    “People tend to forget that Putin was an officer in the foreign intelligence branch of the KGB, the so-called ‘First Main Directorate’ (PGU). Furthermore, Putin has recently revealed that he worked in the highly secretive ‘Directorate S’ of the PGU and he was in charge of contacts with a network of illegal Soviet spies in East-Germany (where Putin was under the official cover of Director of the USSR-GDR Friendship House). If the PGU was the ‘elite of the elite’ of the KGB, and its most secretive part, then the ‘Directorate S’ was the ‘elite of the elite’ of the PGU and its most secretive part.

    This is most definitely not a career for ‘naive’ or ‘“weak’ people, to put it mildly! First and foremost, PGU officers were ‘specialists of the West’ in general, and of the United States especially, because the USA was always officially considered as the ‘main enemy’ (even if most PGU officers personally considered the British as their most capable, dangerous, and devious adversary). Considering the superb level of education and training given to these officers, I would argue that the PGU officers were amongst the best experts of the West anywhere in the world. Their survival and the survival of their colleagues depended on their correct understanding of the western world.

    As for Putin personally, he has always taken action in a very deliberate and measured way, and there is no reason to assume that this time around the latest US sanctions have suddenly resulted in some kind of emotional outburst in the Kremlin. You can be darn sure that this latest Russian reaction is the result of very carefully arrived to conclusion and the formulation of a very precise and long-term objective.”

    1. You said: “Putin has recently revealed that he worked in the highly secretive ‘Directorate S’ of the PGU and he was in charge of contacts with a network of illegal Soviet spies in East-Germany (where Putin was under the official cover of Director of the USSR-GDR Friendship House).” This group operates as a think tank integrating very sensitive intelligence and sophisticated analysis, and by extension, would have some very curious data on relationships between global intelligence, financial, racketeering, drugs and human trafficking and host governments. This group has demonstrated a great patience and restraint thus far, which tells me they are doing well on the “geopolitical chess board”. While the DSA’s chessmen have lost their collective minds and play as bumbling draughtsmen in pursuit of vicarious entertainments, Putin’s men are still playing at the very top of their game, are thinking several moves ahead and have a very strong position. When check-mate occurs the DSA’s players will not even know they lost. The question is, will the DSA go in the direction of Ceaușescu’s Romania or Tito’s Yugoslavia.

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