Mar 5Liked by Jason Powers

Thank you for saying what many of us have known for years... there is little time to avoid the abyss.

The single greatest affront by US/NATO foreign policy was their ostracizing of Russia when it threw off the yoke of communism in 1992. Our 'leadership' squandered a priceless opportunity for all.

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Mar 5·edited Mar 5Liked by Jason Powers

An interesting interview with famous Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn in Forbes in 1994 that offers great insights:


The interview provides insights into the Russian mind that few have taken the time to explore in our nation. Insights that are helpful to understanding what is happening in Ukraine, why it's important to Russia and Putin. And it's not what the US and western governments are saying.

And it closes with a very curious statement, don't miss it.

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Jason, it's very important to connect the dots as you do. The powers that be who run the show for their own enrichment create and manage a handful of narratives, crafted for the masses under their thrall—narratives that purposefully leave the dots unconnectable. Should enough people connect the dots for themselves they would throw off these yokes of deception and cast the bums out.

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Another very interesting bit of research that informs and offers great insights about Russia, Ukraine and the west.

The Hitler-Stalin pact : discussion of the Non-Aggression Treaty and the secret protocols

McGiIl University, Montreal, 1992

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/234008336_The_Hitler-Stalin_pact_discussion_of_the_Non-Aggression_Treaty_and_the_secret_protocols (.pdf available for free download)

This research thesis provides important details to understand how Fascism and Marxism align very closely together, different sides of the same authoritarian coin. Both consider western liberal capitalism and democracies their shared enemy, both despise individual freedom and liberty. If not for the egos and other agendas and ambitions of the two leaders the world would've likely succumbed to that authoritarian alliance over eighty years ago. As it stands, the paper makes the point that the United States took over the role of Fascist Nazi Germany with its defeat. And Ukraine has been in the center of global affairs for a long, long time.

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Here's a piece I put together some time back about Zelenskyy - "The people of Ukraine are the poorest in Europe, despite the fact that their country is extremely rich in natural resources. It turns out that the country is essentially run by a set of oligarchs, who get their money from frankly criminal enterprises, including human trafficking and outright theft. And at least one of them has taken over a factory at gunpoint, Ihor Kolomoyskyi, who got hit by US sanctions a year ago… and he’s the biggest supporter of Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the current President of Ukraine. Meanwhile, people’s lives are being destroyed in what looks like a battle between Russian oligarchs and Ukrainian oligarchs, and the people are either being driven off, killed, or subjected to poverty and privation. If Zelenskyy wins, his gang of oligarchs stays in power, and Ukraine is (relatively) free, so the people benefit in that way. But they’re still going to be robbed blind. If Putin and his Russian oligarchs win, the people will get screwed six ways to Sunday, the country will be effectively colonized by Russia - and ruled by another rather worse rapacious criminal gang. As I said, it’s complicated." https://streamfortyseven.substack.com/p/its-complicated-zelenskyy-turns-out

And Putin has had his eye on Ukraine for a long time, figure for about 23 years, at least: https://tec.fsi.stanford.edu/docs/aleksandr-dugins-foundations-geopolitics If he were to get Ukraine, Moldova would be next on the menu, if he follows the route laid out by Aleksandr Dugin in 1997 - and it appears that he's been doing that since 2007. It turns out that Ukraine, in addition to having huge amounts of coal, oil, and natural gas, also has the largest deposit of lithium in Europe, as well as comparable amounts of rare earth metals, so it's not the people on top of the ground that Putin is fighting for, it's what lies beneath their feet, so this ends up being another war over non-renewable resources (see https://streamfortyseven.substack.com/p/some-more-good-reasons-to-not-buy for example). Of course, after the massacres of innocent civilians at Bucha and Irpin, it has been my steadfast belief that Putin's forces must be stopped and driven from the country - and prosecuted for war crimes.

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RUSSIAsteria: Top 20 Ukraine Memes (2022 Compilation)

- Ukraine (NAZI to see here...), Ukraine conflict, US-NATO Ukraine policy, Nordstream 2, and sanctions on Russia summed up by the top 20 COVID memes posted over the last year and a half!


RUSSIAsteria: Top 20 Zelensky Memes (2022 Compilation)

- The top 20 Zelensky and Zelensky corruption memes posted over the last year!


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Mar 5Liked by Jason Powers

5 September 2010 The Imperial Anatomy of Al-Qaeda. The CIA’s Drug-Running Terrorists and the “Arc of Crisis”

Part 1 examines the origins of the intelligence network known as the Safari Club, which financed and organized an international conglomerate of terrorists, the CIA’s role in the global drug trade, the emergence of the Taliban and the origins of al-Qaeda.


Zbigniew Brzezinski Taliban Pakistan Afghanistan pep talk 1979

In 1979 Carters National Security Advisor, Zbigniew Brzezinski went into Pakistans border regions with Afghanistan to give a little pep talk to some prospective majehadeen (Holy Warriors).


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I've been trying to write my own piece on Ukraine, being that part of my family is from there. The trouble is, I don't have all the facts because most of the people who saw it first-hand have died off. My Grandmother died around 1987, and I'm not even sure she was born there or was a first generation American herself. She always said she was from "White Russia" which might be Belarus, although that's not what I found out later on. Regardless, her family fled that region because it sucked trying to live under medieval style oppression.

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extremely important:


Dr Astrid Stuckelberger, Todd Callender, Ann Vandersteel

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Oh Geeeze GMAFB. You say it's the same regardless of the parties running it... That's because you are identifying the WRONG PARTIES. The real parties are The Gentiles and the Khazarians. THINK ABOUT IT

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I got through this article and agree with it while suffering the author's rotten attitude which, in the end, does he admit?,does nothing to enhance the presenration of his pov.

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Lieberman...Applebaum...Brzezinksi...I'm sensing a pattern here. (But we're not supposed to talk about it.)

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At this point, what's most important is that the UK and US are living up to the Budapest Memorandum, NATO is coughing up the resources to help put Stalin 2.0 in the dumpster where he belongs, and that Ukraine is becoming a power in Europe, right alongside Poland, the Baltics, etc.

If Zelenskiy takes the path I think he will, he will continue pressing the west for weapons until Putin's little gonads are hanging on a fence post. Then I'm guessing he will politely tell Klaus Schwab and Davos to please fuck off but you are all welcome to do do legitimate business with Ukraine. Zelenskiy started as a puppet, completely, but after witnessing his country being torn apart and cities leveled in a Stalinesque repeat of attempted Ukrainian genocide, I doubt very much he will allow any limp-waisted manicured Euro- or Amero-trash globalists to waltz in for a Kyiv land grab.

Ukraine was and will be again, the "Germany" of Eastern and Central Europe. Ukraine produced for the USSR as substantially as Germany has been doing for Western Europe. All Ukraine needs is non-predatory real business partners who are not trying to assume Ukrainian assets for an 80% discount.

Ukraine is my second home, for several years. Never ran into any Nazis, just good people trying to get a leg up on life after living in a prison colony twelve time zones wide. Can't blame anyone for that but maybe one of THE most corrupt entities on Planet Earth...our great Beltway mafia and its Wall St. Raiders. Never met a war they didn't create or like to profit from.

Ukraine's corruption is waaaaaayy downstream from the headwaters of corruption which flow from most global financial centers.

You already know that though.

So, consider checking out Ukraine, post-Putin. There will be plenty of opportunities to get involved in their post-Soviet Rennaissance.

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Why do all the Putin toesuckers feel the need to say "well, I'm not saying that Putin is a good guy, but..", or, "I'm not a Putin supporter, but"...

Let's put it yhis way..Ukraine has been FUCKED OVER by the USA and the west several times since the 1930's when Wall St and Washington were trying to do business with STALIN.

Patton knew the score.

Eisenhower knew the score.

Ukraine has Made in USA tire tracks all over her back from being run over by OUR oligarchy.

Does anyone on the religious right bitch about the 100's of billions we've shoveled into Israel since WW2? NOPE.

Let's defund Israeli foreign aid since they DON'T need the money and try paying the bill fir the abuse we've perpetrated on Ukrajne in our quest to suck up to Russia for the oligarchy.

China is the same scenario. Sell out yhe Vhinese people for cheap labor which enriches the oligarchy.

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I am astounded at how slow, dumb and fat the American people acrually are ? It never ceases to amaze me how nuch they will tolerate such atrocities as it ll comes tumblng down right before them a it is now ! Wake up maybe if you still can and how many fell for the CV scam and took the vax or more ? Where is our common sense and simple courage to call a spade a spade ?

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