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The Biggest Lies (So Far) Surrounding Russia And Ukraine

March 25, 2022 50 Comments

By Brandon Smith

As many of my readers already know I am not the biggest fan of Vladimir Putin, and for good reason. The war in Ukraine is not a factor; rather, it’s Putin’s duplicity, or at the very least it’s the manner in which he has been presented to conservatives. The notion that Putin is “anti-globalist” has been circulating within the alternative media for at least a decade now and frankly there’s not an ounce of truth to it.

No, he never kicked the Rothschilds out of Russia, they’ve had banking operations in Moscow for many years. Putin has been close friends with New World Order advocate Henry Kissinger since before he became leader of Russia, it’s all described in his autobiography ‘First Person.’ And, Putin has been heavily involved in the World Economic Forum for many years, and only last year Russia joined Klaus Schwab’s 4th Industrial Revolution Initiative. There are claims that this is all about Putin “keeping his enemies close,” but that’s just childish naivety. No one keeps the globalists close unless they agree with the globalists on a majority of concepts.

Yes, the WEF told Putin he was a bad boy for invading Ukraine and Russia is not invited to their next big conference. However, the WEF did the exact same thing after Russia annexed Crimea, and a year later Putin was invited right back in again. Fake squabbles between the globalists and their allies are for the benefit of the public, they don’t mean a thing in reality.

I don’t really care about the Ukraine war either way. There are no good guys in this fight. Both sides are puppets of elitist interests. The effects on the civilian population of Ukraine are unfortunate, but the rest of the world is about to face similar or worse threats in the near term because of economic decline. My purpose here is not to defend Russia, my purpose is to dismantle the obvious propaganda. There is a reason why the establishment is so interested in getting the public riled up about Ukraine.

Ultimately, the Ukraine war is immensely convenient for the globalists. Think about it – The very moment their covid mandates begin to fall apart and more than half the world refuses the vax passports, suddenly the invasion of Ukraine strikes and all is forgotten? It’s as if someone flipped a magic switch and the mainstream media’s covid propaganda machine immediately shut down, all at once. The war on skeptics of the vaccines is mostly gone. The push for the mandates is gone. Even the masks are basically gone. All the restrictions which authoritarians argued were essential for “saving lives” now no longer matter. They have vanished, because they never did matter.

Now we’re on to the newer bigger distraction of potential World War III. This was facilitated by Putin and expanded on by NATO countries into the realm of economic conflict, which is where the real war is happening. The globalists have shifted from using covid as the excuse for inflation and economic decline to using Russia and Ukraine as the excuse for inflation and economic decline. Again, it’s all very convenient.

In the meantime, there has been epic amounts of theater and distraction surrounding the reality on the ground in Ukraine. I don’t think I have ever seen propaganda narratives implemented in real time on this level before. I’m talking about immediate agenda driven lies developed the very moment any event happens in Ukraine and spread via social media. The disinformation is moving so fast there’s often no time to examine it before the next event occurs; and maybe that’s the point. When the public is bombarded with lie after lie, sometimes mixed with a little truth, they have no time to react or to think.

The general thrust of the whole situation, though, is that you are not supposed to think. All you need to do is accept the maxim that “Russia bad guy, Ukraine good guy.” There are even a host of Republicans and fake GOP conservatives out there calling for US boots on the ground in Ukraine, or at least the assassination of Putin. Why should conservatives, or anyone else in the West, be so invested in Ukraine that we are considering WWIII? What does this conflict have to do with us? In terms of the general public it has NOTHING to do with us. Not a thing.

To understand why, we need to discuss the many deceptions surrounding the Ukraine situation along with the many hypocrisies that undermine the narrative that westerners and specifically Americans need to be involved…

War Crimes? The Invasion Of Ukraine vs. The Invasion Of Iraq

Before I get into this, I need to reiterate that Neo-con politicians are NOT conservatives. They never have been and they never will be. They are fake conservatives that wear our ideals like a costume in order to infiltrate and to influence. Political frauds like John McCain (good riddance), Lindsay Graham, Mike Pence, etc. claim to be on our side but consistently support leftist and globalist initiatives in the meantime, all while actively seeking to chip away at our constitutional rights.

It’s important to remember that the same Neo-Cons calling for US involvement in Ukraine today are also the people that demanded US involvement in Iraq and the rest of the Middle East 20 years ago. You know, that “War on Terror” that never ends and the search for “WMDs” that turned up nothing? You remember that? The Neo-cons were primarily responsible. The irony of them demonizing Putin over his comparatively restrained invasion of Ukraine should not be lost on us.

The invasion of Iraq alone resulted in around 200,000 civilian deaths according to official estimates. The war had absolutely nothing to do with 9/11, WMDs, or any associations between Saddam Hussein and terrorists. In fact, there was no direct rationale for the US to be in Iraq at all. Yet, we are still there to this day after an aggressive regime change and years of fighting which destroyed a generation of Iraqis. Was there a massive global push to “cancel” the US in retaliation? Nope. Actually, nothing happened.

Even today, I have not heard a single media pundit bring up the point that accusing Russia of “war crimes” is hypocritical given the US invasion of Iraq and the damage it caused. Why is no one talking about this?

Russia Is Losing The War?

Frankly, I believe that ALL modern militaries are overrated in terms of effectiveness. Reliance on technology has pervaded the new military ethos and made them soft. This includes the US military which just spent nearly 20 years fighting a war in Afghanistan with top tier drone technology at their disposal, and to no avail. Russia’s military is closest to the US in terms of technological advantages, but I think a lot of people have watched far too many movies when it comes to war and their expectations of how an invasion is implemented are inflated.

Invasions are usually not successful in a few weeks. They take time. Maybe Russia will fail, but it’s unlikely, and the details on the ground indicate a methodical war, not a biltzkrieg.

For example, Russia is clearly trying to avoid civilian casualties as much as possible (at least compared to the initial invasion of Iraq by the US). They have kept a large amount of infrastructure intact, including the power grid in many parts of the country, which is what I would have targeted first if I am to be honest about the strategic advantages. The fact that Ukraine has had internet this whole time, even without Elon Musk’s Starlink system, boggles my mind. It’s as if Putin is trying to drag out the war.

Also note that Russia is operating around most major cities instead of through them. I’m not really seeing the actions of a vicious Genghis Khan here. My suspicion is that the “Russia has failed” narrative is designed more for western audiences to give us a false sense of security.

Russia Is Isolated?

No, it’s not. Not even close. At least at this time, Russia still has all the markets of the BRICS nations at its disposal. That means China, India, Brazil, and South Africa (among others) are ALL still trading vigorously with Russia and Russian exports are still flowing widely. India and China together hold 36% of the world’s population and have a massive demand for Russian energy and food exports; so please tell me again about how Russia is isolated and is about to cry for mercy.

Not only that, but China signed a 30 year gas and oil deal right before Russia invaded Ukraine, and India is now developing a trade deal which cuts out the US dollar as the reserve currency. Basically, all western sanctions are doing is accelerating the fall of the dollar and inviting the very scenario the globalists at the WEF and IMF have always wanted – A new global basket currency system that they intend to control.

Why is the media and the White House claiming Russia has been cut off from the world? Again, I suspect this narrative is only for the benefit of conning the western masses into a false sense of security. They are trying to make people feel safe in the notion that international “cancel culture” is working when cancel culture is actually a pathetic and impotent strategy used by cowards in order to avoid real confrontation while imagining they have power.

US Sanctions On Russian Oil Are Causing High Gas Prices And Putin Is To Blame?

Uh, no. This claim is nonsense. Gas prices were rising well before the invasion of Ukraine, and the Federal Reserve is mostly to blame due to its constant fiat money creation and trillions in stimulus measures that have devalued the dollar. Any economist that argues otherwise is either an idiot or a liar and I’m happy to debunk them.

Official US inflation hit 40 year highs in December of last year. Russian oil makes up only 3% of US crude imports. The media and the White House continually lie about the effects of sanctions and try to divert attention over to Russia.

That said, there’s something else the media does not talk about much, which is Europe’s reliance on Russian oil and natural gas. If you want to see actual price inflation caused by Russia, let the EU ban Russian oil imports, or watch as Putin cuts off the supply. Europe is dependent on Russian oil and gas for about 40% of overall energy production. They cannot even survive a single year without it. If Russia retaliated and blocked energy exports to Europe, the the EU would have to siphon oil from many other countries, reducing global supply dramatically. This would cause gas prices to explode to double or even triple current levels.

Food And Retail Inflation Are Caused By Russia?

Again, sanctions are only helping the crisis along, but inflation was hitting historic highs well before the invasion of Ukraine. We were going to get to this point eventually anyway, but the disruption of resource exports from Russia and Ukraine is now accelerating the process. The REAL culprits behind price inflation are the bankers at the Federal Reserve along with their endless QE and fiat stimulus measures. Creating tens of trillions of dollars out of thin air and circulating them globally is a much bigger catalyst for a stagflation crisis than the Ukraine war will ever be.

There Are No Nazis In Ukraine?

It depends on how you define “Nazis.” There is in fact a national socialist part called Svaboda and they are far more prominent in Ukrainian society and in politics than many people would like to admit. Of course, these days anyone that does not agree with the dictates of the authoritarian Far-Left is now called a “Nazi,” so the accusation has lost much of its meaning. I just want to point out that the mainstream media back in 2014 was complaining about the “Neo Nazis” in Ukraine, and admonished politicians like John McCain for traveling to Kiev and shaking hands with them.

The EU even demanded that the Ukrainian government stop associating with Svaboda becaause of their “racist, anti-semitic and xenophobic views.” So, whether or not you agree that Svaboda is a Nazi related entity, it is hilarious that the EU and the US media are now suddenly allies of the same Ukraine government they disparaged back in 2014 as “fascist.”

There Are No US Funded Bio Labs In Ukraine?

Yes, there are. THIS IS FACT. The existence of multiple bio-labs in Ukraine has been openly admitted by US officials including Under Secretary of State Victoria Nuland. Nuland also indicated that these labs should not fall into Russian hands because of the dangerous “research materials” they contain; she refrained from calling them biological weapons. It is also openly admitted that US funding for these labs began during the Obama era (just as funding for the infamous Level 4 bio lab in Wuhan, China began during the Obama era). Obama himself toured the facilities before he became president and admitted that the labs contained anthrax and plague viruses.

The argument for US involvement in the Ukrainian bio-labs was that these dangerous materials needed to be properly secured and “protected.” Yeah, I’m not buying that, but at the very least it is absolutely and undeniably true that Ukraine holds multiple bio-labs, containing materials that could be used as biological weapons, and those labs have received ample funding from the US government. The amount of media lies and spin surrounding this one issue is truly impressive. Clearly, there is something about these labs that the government is trying to hide.

Do I think this is the reason Russia invaded Ukraine. No, not at all. The point remains, though, that White House and media arguments on the bio-labs are verifiable lies.

The Truth Matters…

Most of these disinformation campaigns in the media and by political officials from the White House to Neo-Cons in the GOP are obviously designed to accomplish one thing: American support for war with Russia. Frankly, Ukraine is not worth it. The displacement of refugees is saddening but war in general only EVER serves the interests of globalists and power brokers. We can’t be lured in by false narratives and the exploitation of our empathy.

NATO involvement in Ukraine, including military involvement, has been pervasive for over a decade, well before the Russian invasion of Crimea. It’s almost like Ukraine has been groomed as a powder keg for potential global war. Now, it appears the globalists are falling back on Plan B in a desperate play to distract the public from economic destruction. Putin is a part of it, Ukraine is a part of it, and most NATO governments are a part of it. The real war is not with Russia; the real war is with the establishment elites that are playing both sides of the conflict. Why sacrifice millions in a pointless engineered conflict when we can eliminate a handful of power mongers and finally live in peace?

 

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50 Comments

  • Pologrounds March 25, 2022 at 10:30 am

    I think you are hitting A LOT of the points that are seen as pure outright propaganda to push an agenda. Question is, what’s the next step for globalists after Russia/Ukraine? How does the cy ber at tack narrative become an actual “attack”? The 2021 Cy ber Pol y gon saw the W E F partner with Sberbank of Russia along with some of the prominent cy ber security firms (FTNT and PANW, 2 places with concrete ties to Is ra eli ingelligence such as Unit 8 2 00). Now Sberbank ADRs, in terms of a stock on the OTC, is essentially worthless. So, what are the Schwab/Kissinger/Neocon goals here with this move? Why would Russia / Put in agree to this?

    You read JC Collins work in the early 2010s about the multi polar monetary system being formulated and the new Bretton Woods talk. It’s all taking shape right now. The East decoupling from the West. So how does the dollar crash from here? Does the theater that we are rapidly and daily subjected to just Wizard of Oz mask it from us like Transitory Inflation, Delta, Nu, Omicron and now Russia have, and just ramp up on a cy ber at tack scale that cripples the US monetary system and allows the I M F and World Bank to swoop in as “saviors”?

    • Spud March 25, 2022 at 2:55 pm

      I believe the next move is accelerated shortages of fuel and food and huge spike increases in both.

      Will be the perfect scenario with famines and banking collapses exploding.

      I don’t know if Putin will like it. Kinda gettin thrown under the bus

      • Ron OHarar March 26, 2022 at 9:18 pm

        Russians have ample food and fuel – the West ? not so much.

        • Brandon Smith March 26, 2022 at 9:50 pm

          The US is actually very well positioned for food and fuel, the problem is that Biden has shown he plans to interfere with both.

          • Peggy P Mills March 27, 2022 at 1:19 pm

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  • Concerned March 25, 2022 at 10:32 am

    Agreed, agreed, agreed. In 2014 WEF strategist Jacques Attali stated in an interview that WWIII will start in Ukraine. This is a planned and contrived conflict and anyone with half an ounce of common sense and decency will insist on staying as far away from it as possible.
    https://rairfoundation.com/the-real-globalist-mastermind-behind-the-great-reset-prophet-jacques-attali/

  • helot March 25, 2022 at 10:42 am

    A couple of interesting counter-arguments:

    “what Russia or China are actually doing in terms of actions which undermine the depopulation agenda. There are currently the largest development projects now underway pulling over 1 billion out of poverty led by China’s Belt and Road Initiative which is in total opposition to the depopulation program”

    “if all sides are all controlled and have been so long, then why didn’t the oligarchy get their technocratic feudalism a LONG time ago.”

    “All of Russia was brought under total control during the privatization 1990s of Yeltsin with NATO and Soros taking control of the entire post Soviet space. Today Soros is banned and many of the leading Russian oligarchs created during that time are in sanctuary in London and Florida. Why? Why didn’t that level of influence continue? Why did oligarchs get sent to prison and see their privatized state assets re-nationalized? Why did Russia not let the Syrians get the Iraq treatment or let Venezuela get a regime change in favor of WEF agent Juan Guaido? Why not let Kazakhstan get a Soros regime change treatment a couple of months ago? Why promote National banking when the oligarchy wants all central banks private?” …

    https://matthewehret.substack.com/p/are-russia-and-china-in-on-the-great?s=w

    • Concerned March 25, 2022 at 2:49 pm

      I’ve only begun reading Matt in the last little while. I’ve been following Corbett since 2006 or 2007 and I’ve found him to be consistently honest, accurate, and credible. In my experience, most people in alternative media correct their peers by offering a different perspective. Not by attacking them. I don’t know why Matt takes such an aggressive stance against Corbett but I find it unsettling, to put it mildly.
      Regarding the counter-arguments, I’ve stated elsewhere that its easy to miss the whole picture when focusing on the micro view. Are both Russia and China committed to the 4th Industrial revolution? Is China already a technocratic state? Reality is that the globalists have been stating for many years now that a multipolar world is emerging, and this will be the challenge that globalism will need to overcome. It’s their game at play, and they’re the ones who are establishing the polarities. Because they need crisis, and out of crisis, they can unify within the polarities, in advance of unifying the planet under their authority. This is a long game, with many steps. The big difference now is that the game is becoming kinetic, as a means to hasten and deepen the polar divides.

    • Brandon Smith March 25, 2022 at 4:29 pm

      1) They ignore the fact that China was the first to test the globalist one child policy developed by the Club Of Rome. They also use forced abortion policies. Population reduction is a FUTURE goal, not a current goal. He makes assumptions based on his own misunderstanding of the agenda.

      2) Just because all governments are controlled at the top doesn’t mean all PEOPLE are controlled. There are many people in government and the vast majority of the public that would rebel should the agenda become exposed. This is called incrementalism. It’s bizarre that the writer doesn’t understand this basic tactic and why it’s being used.

      3) Why not just jump right into the NWO? Because that would be idiocy on the part of the globalists. They use false dichotomies to control populations. It is more useful for them to have two sides fighting each other instead of having only one side openly supporting globalism (at least for now). That way, people are always blaming Russia or China for collapse and crisis, and the other side is always blaming the US or NATO. This guy is overlooking the most base logic. It’s bizarre. It’s the same as our fake political system with two candidates running for president and pretending to be on opposite sides.

      Finally, all of these hypothetical questions are a way for the writer to ignore the FACTS surrounding Putin and the CCP ties to the globalists, which he never mentions. I’ve outlined many of them in the past. Address the FACTS, not hypotheticals. He needs to grow some balls.

      • helot March 25, 2022 at 9:52 pm

        Thanks for the reply.

        … Something to think about.

      • joeyman9 March 27, 2022 at 11:20 am

        “…It’s the same as our fake political system with two candidates running for president and pretending to be on opposite sides.”

        All I know is that under the previous administration gas prices were low, inflation was low, business was the best in years, many companies were shifting operations back to the US, the Abraham Accords brought more peace to the middle east, Afganistan was almost done, and we weren’t on the verge of WWIII.

        • Brandon Smith March 27, 2022 at 6:27 pm

          True, and yet, Trump’s cabinet was PACKED with globalists and CFR members. It just wasn’t time yet. Today, Trump is still playing salesman for the vaccines, and when he was president he pushed for numerous unconstitutional policies including red flag gun laws. Let’s not let the fact that times were better delude us into thinking Trump was a white knight. The state of play under a particular president is not as meaningful as their associations.

          • GiantLdaV March 30, 2022 at 8:52 am

            Also to note, the FED got their gamma hulk printing during Trump’s era. He only got mad with them publicly when rates were hiked in 18’

      • Dennis March 27, 2022 at 2:57 pm

        I think you are right in your evaluation of Putin. The one point that I think is important, is that unlike Biden, I think, Putin actually feels patriotism for Russia. I don’t believe that being part of WEF and wanting to protect one’s own country are necessarily diametrically opposed.
        I think, too, that there are factions even in the WEF, and this would lead to the appearance of a drunken lurch forward by the globalists and the actions which look like the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing.

        • Brandon Smith March 27, 2022 at 6:24 pm

          I don’t think there’s any evidence either way, whether he loves his country or is indifferent, the point is that the claim that he is anti-globalist is complete nonsense. He has been closely associated with them for decades, this is not something that someone who is anti-globalist does. Putin is not liberty oriented, he is globalist oriented. Loving his country is irrelevant.

  • Hubbs March 25, 2022 at 11:07 am

    While I acknowledge Putin has probably squirreled away billions and is corrupt like all the other errand boy politicians of the elites, he quietly knows his position is precarious. Just as crime families had a “code” of conduct, nevertheless, authorized hits were taken out against other families. In the same way, Putin realizes that he is slowly being choked off by the global neo-cons and felt he had to make his stand, however reluctantly, at this time. And what about all these so called “alliances,” particularly with China? I think China is like a hungry but weakened hyena, looking to capitalize on an easy meal, and is looking to exploit Putin and Russia for its raw materials. India, like the jackal that arrives at the kill after the hyenas and lions, is also looking to get its share. Food and energy shortages, regardless of the true causes, will ultimately have nations turning on each other while the elites sit in their arena and watch. I look at Ukraine as being a cock fighting arena selected by the elites for its critical location and longstanding corruption whereby the people aligned with Russia in the east and the “Nazis” in the west are pitted against each other in a cock fight for the benefit of the elites. Dirty money, weapons, immigrants etc., are all poured into this conflict for the profit and control by the elites. Meanwhile here in the US, the southern borders are overrun, the educational system is degraded into propaganda, the media is corrupt, there is no rule of law, no honest elections, COVID and Climate Change Carbon credit scams are pushed on incredible gullible people, central bank currency debasement, food and energy control, disruption of the family and work ethic with stimulus checks, etc. A relentless multi-pronged attack to destabilize all nations of the world. Preaching to the choir I know, but I think there will be an unwind of the 20th and 21st century and people will have to go back to smaller community living and interacting for true mutual benefit rather than allow themselves to be enslaved by elites. My “theory” is that only when the fiat currency no longer effectively pays the enforcers (the US troops, National Guard, SWAT, police forces) and they are thrown into the same struggle as the rest of the population, will change really come about. I have no military experience and so I really have no idea, especially with all the misinformation and disinformation out there. The back edge of the sword is more dangerous than the front edge.

    • Brandon Smith March 25, 2022 at 4:20 pm

      No, Putin has been friends with Kissinger for decades. He knows EXACTLY what is going on in terms of the bigger agenda. He’s not being “choked” by the Neo-cons or the globalists, he’s simply the flip side of the coin. This is WWF wrestling, not war.

  • Chris B March 25, 2022 at 2:22 pm

    It is curious and probably a Freudian slip where in Poland, Biden was speaking with the 82nd airborne and was telling them about how they will soon see the resiliency of the people of Ukraine. “You will see when you’re there” was the exact quote. Laughable. It’s coming.
    https://www.yahoo.com/gma/biden-calls-putin-war-criminal-171015086.html

  • Greg B. March 25, 2022 at 2:46 pm

    Something I think you should’ve mentioned was the foreign volunteers going to help the Ukrainians. From what I’ve heard the majority of them are just clout chasers showing up there to take selfies near the front lines to “show their support” for the Ukrainian cause and running out of there before the bullets start flying.

    And the ones that are genuinely there to help the Ukrainians are essentially being used as cannon fodder; a lot of them aren’t even being issued basic equipment and what they are issued is junk. And the ones that are untrained aren’t even getting a week’s worth of training before they’re sent into the meat grinder.

    I’ve also heard the Ukrainian authorities have been ripping up the passports of these volunteers and essentially forcing them to stay and fight.

    Overall I think the volunteers with the experience and training and having their hearts in the right are getting the raw deal while the rest are just clout-chasing, virtue-signalling dumbasses so in over their heads the fish swimming around them glow in the dark.

  • Serge March 25, 2022 at 2:51 pm

    Indeed, All of these crisis (CV19, Ukrainia, etc) serve to distract, and I believe it increasingly, the attention of the general public from a biggest threat i.e the global economic Armaggeddon.
    You wrote many times about this last point and a lot about these kinf of scapegoats.
    Don’t forget Hunter Biden’s scandal: “Joe” could be removed after mid-term. And after, the new puppet: Kamala or J. Yellen?
    Like we suspect, a lot of “bizzare things” are happening behind the curtains.
    To conclude, i quote you, Brandon:
    “The bottom line is this: America is the primary target of the globalists because we are one of the only countries with the means and the numbers to stop them and the Reset. Until they are removed from the equation they will continue to throw crisis after crisis at us in order to wear us down and force us to accept totalitarianism. Do not get too comfortable in the fact that the pandemic agenda is failing here; stay alert and continue to organize your communities.” in “Globalists Will Need Another Crisis In America As Their Reset Agenda Fails”.
    We are living epic times.

  • Serge March 25, 2022 at 2:56 pm

    “If everybody always lies to you, the consequence is not that you believe the lies, but rather that nobody believes anything any longer. This is because lies, by their very nature, have to be changed, and a lying government has constantly to rewrite its own history. On the receiving end you get not only one lie — a lie which you could go on for the rest of your days — but you get a great number of lies, depending on how the political wind blows. And a people that no longer can believe anything cannot make up its mind. It is deprived not only of its capacity to act but also of its capacity to think and to judge. And with such a people you can then do what you please.” – Hannah Arendt (wrote “The Origins Of Totalitarianism”).

  • Serge March 25, 2022 at 3:07 pm

    “The Russian invasion of Ukraine has put an end to the globalization we have experienced over the last three decades,” Fink wrote. in:
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/blackrocks-fink-says-ukraine-invasion-accelerates-esg-and-digital-currencies-shift
    Is L. Fink an oracle…

  • Working Class Stiff March 25, 2022 at 4:48 pm

    Unless the peoples of their respective nations and nation states unite, organize, educate, put aside their petty differences and stand together against their common enemy, I fear the loss of freedom for all of humanity is a very real possibility.
    All of the “Tom foolery” at every level, on every topic, will continue unabated unless and until there is some meaningful accountability, even at the highest levels of these “pseudo governments”. The people of America have not had a legitimate, representative, constitutionally compliant government for a very, very, long time. And until the people demand and are provided direct access to their Grand Juries and Common Law courts with enforcement of the decisions and rulings of the same, nothing will change and we will continue down the road to complete totalitarianism.
    Tyranny was never voted away, and an educated and sane peoples cannot expect a corrupt “judicial system” to remove the rot from a “government” of which it is a part.

  • Anonymous March 25, 2022 at 4:59 pm

    The Russian Ukraine situation as presented on at least western mainstream media is complete optics and is a global currency reset cover.

  • helot March 26, 2022 at 5:58 am

    Some facts in support of the article:

    “how many people know what Sutton discovered?” …

    https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2022/03/25/us-built-war-capability-for-russia-leading-to-deaths-of-american-soldiers/

  • helot March 26, 2022 at 6:42 am

    And, another:

    “globalist goals have been exported to the World Economic Forum (WEF)” [from] David Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission” …

    https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2022/03/24/why-2022-is-1973/

  • Black Cat March 26, 2022 at 7:47 am

    Excellent article, and an accurate analysis of the situation.
    As it’s been stated here many times and in
    my observations
    the greatest threat to America sits cozily within our own borders and also their bussome buddies of the globalist perversion.
    Nice work Mr. Smith 👍👊

  • Gotheart March 26, 2022 at 9:03 am

    Thank you Brandon for your words of wisdom. Questions. What is the 82nd Airborne doing in Poland? Why did Bi don make a video of his visit? We have a personal interest in a soldier stationed there. Thank you. Sincerely, Gotheart

  • Dennis March 26, 2022 at 10:41 am

    I Don’t Know Who’s Great Resetting Who Anymore 🙂
    https://www.unz.com/aanglin/i-dont-know-whos-great-resetting-who-anymore/

    • David Homer March 29, 2022 at 7:05 am

      I read that article. I think it’s part of the disinformation campaign by the globalists. He gets a few things right and a lot of things wrong.

  • Leam March 27, 2022 at 12:57 am

    Remember, these war reports are originating from the same party that said the dossier was real, Avenatti was honest, Cuomo was great, Schiff had evidence, Smollet was attacked, and Socialism is cool. And being passed on to the public by CNN, MSNBC, Psaki, Sullivan, Miley, Austin, and Biden. While omitting that Ukraine was used for corrupt deals, and that Zelensky is a dictator supported by George Soros. Consider that.

  • Dennis March 27, 2022 at 11:35 am

    One thing you learn when you spend years in the space of the conspiracy realists: when the globalists tell you that something is standing, you better believe that they are hard to work behind the scenes to make that “prediction” become reality.
    Infographic – Towards an international treaty on pandemics
    https://archive.ph/j0O0e#selection-1517.5-1517.64

  • Rodster March 27, 2022 at 7:44 pm

    Regarding Putin, I have read that in the past he asked to join NATO. He is a globalists pure and simple. I agree with what Brandon wrote and i’ve been following these events and it all seems so scripted from with the Good Cop Bad Cop playbook. The US treats him like crap and he just tries to get along with The West.

    This to me is all about just blowing up the global economic system, bringing in a global digital currency, where the Globalist will want to have FULL control over The Plebs. The problem for the Globalists is that The Plebs began to figure out that the Covid Playbook was scripted. They fought back especially in Canada. They will now only face more resistance as people see thru this sham. They are purposely trying to inflict as much economic damage as they can with high inflation, high costs of living, high energy prices and food shortages.

    My hope is that people will see through all of this and push back.

  • matt March 27, 2022 at 8:46 pm

    Lost me at first sentence. Start with false premises get false conclusions.

    • Brandon Smith March 27, 2022 at 9:24 pm

      No, you were lost on the first sentence because you are allowing your biases and delusions to get in the way of facts and evidence. This is why all you can do is say the premises are “false” while being completely unable to support your own argument. Your problem is not the article or the conclusions, but the cognitive dissonance you suffer from.

  • Dennis March 28, 2022 at 1:16 am

    Thnx 4 this one Brandon. “Why sacrifice millions in a pointless engineered conflict when we can eliminate a handful of power mongers and finally live in peace?”
    Just cut off ALL the food supply for these astral parasites/trolls!

  • pete papageorge March 28, 2022 at 2:57 am

    March 23, 1999.

    I lost any respect for NATO and the West for that matter after what they did in Serbia. That 100% illegal war did it for me. Since then, most of what the U.S. has been doing globally has been an outright lie. I managed to get printed in USA Today twice for that conflict, good luck getting published these days going against the narrative.

    We have to understand the media today carries the water for these clowns and circus. That circus is now showing in Ukraine. We should be trying to seek a negotiated settlement where Russia gets the Donbas region and call it over. Simply ignoring this and sending more weapons on the false premise that Ukraine can win this war is the stupidity of the West mindset right now. Ukraine lost this war, there has been virtually no organized counter attacks. They have no military left.

    The only reason the circus and their clowns are in Ukraine is simple, the economy is failing rapidly, and they need a distraction or blame them over there type of reason, and Ukraine fits the bill. Prolong this war and the West dies or somehow they get out of it but with a new digital currency to rule the land. Either way, we lose, less we rise up to burn the big circus tent down with them in it.

    We may yet see a domestic war for Freedom. How far do we extend this madness is up to us?

    • Rodster March 28, 2022 at 10:55 am

      “I lost any respect for NATO and the West for that matter after what they did in Serbia. That 100% illegal war did it for me”

      We no longer have a modicum of functioning governments looking out for the people. What we have now are “Crime Syndicates” posing as governments around the world, ruling over the Plebs.

  • osi March 28, 2022 at 1:58 pm
    • Dennis March 28, 2022 at 3:06 pm

      With the permission of Brandon, thank you for this useful article.

  • Gauntlet33 March 28, 2022 at 3:03 pm

    Just went to a funeral reception this past Sunday. 79-year old friend was fine, but had his “booster” shot in November, a few weeks later was suddenly very sick and dead 3 months later. He will be missed. Number of people I know who have died of COVID: 0. Number of people I know who have died of the “vaccines”: 1 now, but I’m sure that number will be growing soon as “Long COVID” is the term the MSM is now using. Anyway, I thought it would be interactive to have people post concerning the same.

    • DC Miami March 29, 2022 at 7:40 am

      I can name more. A man in my building who is a rabid Democrat, but is an otherwise good guy, had a nearly fatal heart attack 6 months ago. Before the vakseen, he had cleaned up his diet and hired a trainer. He lost weight and was looking and feeling great. Now, less than 6 months later, after his booster, he just had a quad bypass. The price to be paid for being a good little Democrat soldier. Another friend in the building, an ex-CIA officer, got the shots and his tinnitus, already bad from his military service, was agonizing but eventually tapered off. Despite having his shots, he got the rona and months later has frequent building crises, and his heart is so weak he can barely walk without having to catch his breath. They’re calling it “long covid.” Nope. It’ the vakseen. There are others too.

    • Gotheart March 29, 2022 at 8:28 am

      G33. 🙁 sorry for yals heartache. Thanks for being so transparent. I tried my best to convince my 74 yo sister, retired nurse, who lives in Ky. Not to take the jabs. “I’m afraid I’ll get sick.” She went ahead and got double jabs and a booster. Now she has no appetite. Has stopped walking her 2 miles a day, stopped gardening. Can’t think clearly so she won’t drive. She even wears a mask INSIDE her own house!😕 “I have no energy.” Rough. But I let go of her. She became too heavy.☹️ Thanks for all your comments. As Brandon, your reasoning has been a big help to me. Keep goin. Sincerely, Gotheart

  • Dennis March 28, 2022 at 4:12 pm

    Biden Goes INSANE, Calls for Regime Change in Russia… WH Backpedals Furiously
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF4A9mxw9Yg

  • Serge March 29, 2022 at 1:00 pm

    Another issue about i hope you write soon: Monetary war(including gold’s role)between Russia (and China), one side, and U.S/western countries, another side.
    Concerning that point, Here is a very recent post by Tom Luongo:
    https://tomluongo.me/2022/03/28/got-gold-rubles-russia-just-broke-the-back-of-the-west/

  • Keith Libertae March 29, 2022 at 4:20 pm

    Brandon – Do you subscribe to Joel Skousen’s “World Affairs Brief”? You and he sure seem to align a lot on geo-political and economic views! Love your insight and most often and in alignment and agreement with your views.

  • James March 29, 2022 at 5:45 pm

    Hi Brandon,
    No doubt, you’ve seen that Russia is saying that they will accept gold, rubles, and local currencies from “friendly countries” for their oil. Do you think they will move forward with this? And, what will the ramifications be here in the US? Some writers are suggesting this could lead to “price discovery” in the gold market. Just as the pandemic was starting, you penned a piece about how physical gold would soon separate from the paper gold market in a spectacular fashion. Do you still believe that? And, if Russia moves forward with this, do you think we could finally see that? Finally, if so, what do you believe the ratio is of paper gold certificates to physical reserves? I am seeing estimates as high as 200 oz of paper gold to every 1 oz of physical in reserve. Is this realistic? Thanks!

  • Serge March 30, 2022 at 12:27 pm

    Concerning gold, again, Great article by Michael Snyder:
    https://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/the-ruble-the-dollar-and-the-price-of-gold-who-is-really-winning-the-economic-chess-game/
    For USD and EURO, 2022: a chaotic and “deadly” year?
    Sure, not a surprise for you.

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