7 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM MARCH 1 2018”

  1. Having read a long time ago F. William Engdahl’s Seeds of Destruction its quite obvious what GMOs are about. They’re set to control the market from the seeds to the table to the scalpel. Money making all the way to the grave; and, if your not cremated, even further.
    So the Western Press is hilariously comic, if one happens to be in-the-know. In fact, the Western Press is Mickey-Mouse in every corporate/comic sense of the word.
    The Ever-Ready Battery of repeated propagandic idiocy keeps on a multiplying; like, well… ever-ready rabbits. Privatizing the infrastructure?
    Another comedy as farce.
    So many private unaccountable wascally wabbits, it’s hard to find any public common sense anywhere USA/England/etc., etc.

  2. Russia resisting various ‘soft kill’ mechanisms? How dare they! (God Bless ‘Em!)

    From the horse’s mouth:
    http://thesaker.is/the-president-of-russia-delivered-the-address-to-the-federal-assembly/
    “In the early 2000s, we were deeply dependent on food imports. The situation has turned around completely. Now we are on the verge of more changes. In just four years from now, we plan to be supplying more food to global markets than we will be importing from abroad. We need to increase exports of meat and high-added value products, as well as to make the country more self-sufficient in beef, milk and vegetable supplies.

    I want to stress that development of the agricultural industry is strongly related to commodity production. However, this development must not be at the expense of small farms and their workers. We must support family businesses and farmers. We will develop cooperative agriculture and create conditions for residents of rural areas to increase their income. Every now and then we hear about problems with people’s interests being affected; I am aware of them. Such cases must be taken very seriously.

    Nevertheless, I want to say thank you to the agricultural industry workers for the record-breaking harvest of 134 million tonnes. Note that it is more than the record harvest in the Soviet Union. In 1978, the USSR produced 127.4 million tonnes. Now it is common for Russia to exceed 100 million tonnes.”

    (Slightly aside, read lower in Putin’s speech about advanced weapons:

    “In late 2017, Russia successfully launched its latest nuclear-powered missile at the Central training ground. During its flight, the nuclear-powered engine reached its design capacity and provided the necessary propulsion. Now that the missile launch and ground tests were successful, we can begin developing a completely new type of weapon, a strategic nuclear weapons system with a nuclear-powered missile.”

    If this is not a translator’s error, a ‘nuclear-powered engine’ is a real game-changer!)

    1. (And yes, I know about earlier ‘nuclear-powered engine’ research in the US. Those were impossibly-heavy reactors for aircraft power in a B-36 bomber, or radioactivity-spewers in the case of Project Orion “nuclear pulse propulsion” spacecraft.)

  3. Mockingbird media.

    This odoriferous morsel of propaganda — and it is not an article, it is propaganda — was doubtless written by a semi-literate intern in the basement of Langley.

    I admire your patience and persistence in unpacking this claptrap, but this is so obvious it is embarrassing. Go team USSA!

  4. That college has obviously invested much money and effort to do a couple of hours or less research on RT and Sputnik web articles. One might ask whether the “researchers” were able to understand English (much less Russian!).

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