On Wednesday last I blogged about a new trend that has emerged in the growing pushback among American states against the agendas and policies of Mr. Globaloney, from what began as a small revolt by the State of Texas against a centralized money monopoly in its state bullion depository, and quickly spread to several states passing laws and resolutions ending sales tax on bullion and specie, or laws defining money and excluding central bank digital currencies from the definitions of money or legal tender, to a revolt against laboratory-cultured and grown "meat-like products", and so on.   I even suggested last Wednesday that if this pattern holds true, then inevitably we will see states' attorney generals and local district attorneys bringing RICO suits against some well-known Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) and foundations and their wealthy benefactors. Lawfare is, after all, a game that two can play, and not just radicalized courts in New York.

But following this pattern, there's another topic and issue that is now catching the attention of the states, beginning with Louisiana, according to this article and story shared by S.D. (with our thanks):

HUGE: They just BANNED the WEF and WHO agenda

The article notes that the Louisiana bill has passed both chambers of its legislature, which is a huge development because the bill is a bombshell and quite a blow against Mr. Globalooney; here is the central portion of the text of the bill:

"The World Health Organization, United Nations and the World Economic Forum shall have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana. No rule, regulation, fee, tax, policy or mandate of any kind of the World Health Organization, United Nations and the World Economic Forum shall be enforced or implemented by the state of Louisiana or any agency, department, board, commission, political subdivision, governmental entity of the state, parish, municipality, or any other political entity".

it does not get any clearer than that. But there is another statement in this article that caught my attention, and you'll immediately see why:

This comes as 22 State Attorney Generals have called to reject the WHO pandemic treaty, and several Australian politicians have done so as well. (Emphasis added)

It's that statement that states' attorney generals are promoting opposition to the WHO treaties that suggests to me one clear nexus or network of the growing opposition in the states to the Globalooney agenda. District attorneys and attorney-generals represent a powerful and already established network - at a local and state level - of law enforcement, communication, and coordination with connections across state lines.

And this in turn has suggested to me that the next thing to watch for in this developing and expanding story of state resistance to the growing influence of globnalooneyism at the Federal level; is the beginning of state-led, or even local district-attorneys led, lawfare. What makes this even more likely, in my opinion, is precisely this Louisiana bill, for by mentioning the specific agencies that it does, it also implicates their national equivalents at the federal level, and the rich benefactors and corporations behind them.

This hypothesis, I readily grant, is at the moment very high octane, for we've not seen any such RICO suits being brought against any of the known ne-er-do-wells nor their foundations and N.G.O.s.  But the Louisiana bill has named names and targeted specific entities, and this idea will spread very quickly.  And once again it highlights a mistake that the "establishment" or "deep state" continues to make, without realizing that in making it, all the chickens could come home to roost at the same time.

What's the mistake?

The mistake is to assume that the game you've been playing - whether against Russia, in the form of a double standard in international relations or in the use of covert operations, or against Mr. Trump in the form of lawfare (or, for that matter, covert operations) - is a game that cannot be played against you.

Just because federal grand juries have not sat nor bills of indictment and charges preferred, does not mean that one has escaped the net.  Time to lawyer up, because I think the states will eventually do so, and Louisiana just let you know that they know precisely who some of the players are.  Pull the threads from those organizations long enough, and they lead back to some very well-known individual persons', corporations', and foundations' names right here in the good ole USSA...

...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".

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  1. Robert Barricklow on May 26, 2024 at 6:25 pm

    WHO wants to be part of the Chinese Communist Party??

  2. Nidster - on May 25, 2024 at 3:56 am

    COVID has been cited by reputable sources as the third leading cause of mortality in the world in 2020 and second leading in 2021. Mi belief has been there were multiple variations of the vakkcine, and some of those variations were more deadly to cetain populations. Lab-cultured and grown “meat-like products are just another ‘arrow’ in the quiver of those WHO ARE PLOTTING TO CHNAGE HUMANITY into a new CREATURE.

  3. marcos toledo on May 24, 2024 at 7:07 pm

    Take your pick the gallows, guillotine, burning at the stake that is what these scum deserve.

  4. Steve.Jinks on May 24, 2024 at 10:07 am

    Its not correct to call cases against NGOs under RICO “lawfare.” Tho I see your .

    Lawfare’s goal is propaganda.

    These caes are more about restoring a semblance of the rule of law.

  5. rohat77 on May 24, 2024 at 9:25 am

    I love it. It’s high time those who want to rule the world are put in their place. Hang ’em high.

  6. J. Skuba on May 24, 2024 at 9:03 am

    Way to Go LA & TX.
    Need USA 48 more to reject domination of International power mongers in their quest for full scale dominance of global populace.
    Their may be the beginnings of “taking out” the key players of anti-human policies. Assassinations can be very effective in altering directions of globalists. Two can play the fear game ya know?

  7. Reka-Agota Kvalsund on May 24, 2024 at 8:10 am

    Way to go, Louisiana, and Texas, bravo!!!

  8. ShadowNet on May 24, 2024 at 6:20 am

    BlackRock, where can you go when your customers literally have no leverage and therefore you have sterilised a global financial system.

    Microsoft is Babylon the great, it will collapse in on itself like a disconnected borg cube as it tries in vain to hoover up creative humanity.

    Behold the face of Goliath, and it’s weakness was right between it’s AI.

  9. anakephalaiosis on May 24, 2024 at 5:41 am

    Secession is a good old tradition, established by the “ten tribes”, which is revived – by using the noodle – when analysing Scriptures, to their political and philosophical content:

    Saul made a diplomatic blunder, when he turned a punitive expedition, into an act of conquest, by taking spoils (the oxen), and thus seen, as a regional conquerer, Saul couldn’t hold highest office, measured by Samuel’s high standards, who wanted a clever diplomat at the helm, not a bloodstained brute.

    So a mere herdsman, David, was chosen for the task, who had other hidden flaws, that later surfaced as drunken fornication, which set the standard for the nincompoop dynasty, that broke the camel’s back, when Solomon’s son, a harem Pinocchio, pulled the pecking order on the ten northern tribes, and made civil war.

    After a century of misrule, which threw Jacob’s twelve-membered republic out the window, then philosopher Elijah counteracted Samuel’s endorsement of David, by making a test of wits mandatory, and, the IQ-test survived amongst the Scythians, because “fallen Samaria rose in Crimea”, and Elijah’s philosophy is the runes.

    The Amalekites were a band of outlaws, who looted the proto-Scythian republic, whereas the republic itself was founded on the scales of law, that balanced reason and logic (Yahweh-Elohim).

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