The Peasants of Elon’s Digital Fiefdom

Our Hungarian correspondent László takes a look at the long-term consequences of Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.

The Peasants of Elon’s Digital Fiefdom

Is Elon Musk Actually Building a Social Credit System Apparatus?

by László

“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong” (Murphy’s Law)

Elon Musk’s admitted strategic goal with Twitter is to use it as an “accelerator for an everything app” that he plans to create in the future. But where will it all lead? I have been trying to read between the lines and figure out what is behind Musk’s mask, by ‘doing my research’ and looking further into the future, in order to reconcile his stated plans with those of his fellow globalists. I had to use my paranoid fantasy a bit, in order to fill in the gaps that the propaganda on all sides leaves in the Narrative, and get to a point that is nearer to the truth.

In a simplistic view, an “everything app” or “superapp” is something that can do virtually everything for you, from chatting to payments. But there is much more to it — even if it is something St. Elon the Savior himself creates for us.

You might have suspected, just like me, that Musk may have some other goals with Twitter, beyond the honey trap of ‘free speech’ he is promoting it with. Coinmarketcap writes:

In a cryptic tweet shared with his 107.9 million followers, the billionaire declared: “Buying Twitter is an accelerant to creating X, the everything app.” And when asked whether it would have been easier just to start “X” from scratch, he replied: “Twitter probably accelerates X by three to five years, but I could be wrong.

“Everything apps” haven’t really made a lasting impression in Western economies yet — but over in China, super apps have taken the economy by storm.

In China “super apps have taken the economy by storm” — and the society as well, I may add. In that light, the urgency of “Twitter accelerating X” is strange, to say the least.

Why does Musk want to have an “everything app” ASAP? Is that the zeitgeist, perhaps? Sure it is. But why? What does such an app do for a globalist? Why do globalists want so desperately to have “super apps” that take the economy [and society] by storm”? What do globalists want from the whole of the economy?

We all know the answer, but dare we say it?

In my opinion, as users of an “everything app”, (almost) everyone will be turned into a node in The Grid. The profit and power an “everything app” can generate will stem primarily from its ability to influence and control human behavior en masse.

And “information”, in this context, is nothing but your life: all what you do, say, think (!), buy and sell. According to Livemint:

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“You Will See That Russia Can’t Lose”

Pyotr Tolstoy is a Russian politician and media figure, and the Deputy Chairman of the State Duma. He speaks French, and in the following video is interviewed on French TV. His questioners are uniformly hostile to Russia, but his answers to them are very interesting indeed.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

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Dutch Delight

Our Dutch correspondent H. Numan sends this summary of the multiple political dramas currently unfolding in the Netherlands.

Dutch delight

by H. Numan

What’s going on behind the dikes? A lot. Most of it pretty bad. Hansje Brinkers (PM Mark Rutte) is riding a bulldozer demolishing the dikes as best as he can. I’ve got a tiny bit of good news, and mostly bad news.

Let’s start with the good news. The PVV (Geert Wilders’ party) is on the rise. For almost a month the PVV has been polling as the largest party in the country. Supposing elections were called for today, a conservative cabinet is possible, with Geert Wilders as prime minister. That’s the first time ever, at least in a decade. However, it’s not that the PVV is suddenly running far ahead in the polls. Yes, they have gained some ground, ever so slowly. At this moment a one-seat advantage over the VVD (Conservatives). It’s the other way around. VVD and D66 poll consistently lower.

Still, it is good news. Because in March of next year we have provincial elections. It’s dead certain the coalition will lose their majority in the Senate because of that. Let me explain why. We Dutch have a weird electoral system. Yes, we elect parliament directly. But not the Senate. That is too difficult and delicate for ordinary yokels and bumpkins like you and me to cast the right vote. Our Senate therefore is elected by provincial parliamentarians, after the provincial elections. The provincial elections (almost always as interesting as watching paint dry) will be in March of 2023. After March, we’ll see a reversed situation, compared with America: a cabinet majority in Parliament and a cabinet minority in the Senate. Supposing the cabinet hasn’t resigned before that, and there is good reason to look forward to national elections.

First of all, Mark Rutte, our prime minister got what he wanted. He’s the longest-ruling prime minister in Dutch history. The price he has to pay for it is small. After the next elections his party will be decimated. Which is not his problem. He’ll slither into a nice comfy job somewhere else. During an interview he explained how he went into politics: after his studies, he had to choose between joining the conservatives or the labor party. He thought he had better chances with the conservatives, so he joined them. Not exactly a man with principles. Probably good in business, but in politics, some principles are required. After 12 years, it’s showing.

Mark Rutte doesn’t rule this cabinet. His heart (or stone) isn’t into it anymore. Vice premier Sigrid Al-Qaq — Kaag is the real power behind the cabinet. She rules with an iron rod. She is quite popular within her party, but not with the electorate. D66 is dropping like a stone in the polls. Why? Because D66 — together with all other progressive parties — don’t remember 1792. She literally said we have to work harder, longer, for less pay and retirement later on. But her climate goals are sacred. D66 actually want to spend a lot less on people and much more on climate goals and refugees. Currently +100,000 very questionable refugees are expected for this year alone. There already was a housing crisis. Progressive parties have the gumption to openly say: we give refugees preference in social housing. They get social housing immediately. Ordinary Dutch have to wait twelve years. That’s what caused the French Revolution. The elites partied on, wanted more parties, and made the people bleed for it.

We are blessed with a benevolent king, his majesty William-Alexander. Who has the intellect of a common garden snail and matching empathy. His wife, the queen-consort, is a different story. She could have been the example for Megan Markle. She has as much empathy as her prey husband, but is ruthlessly ambitious. In Holland we have a constitutional monarchy. That means that king is required to keep his trap firmly shut. Given his preponderance for gaffes, he’d better. His consort don’t quite understand that principle. She very openly took a position in favor of a cashless society. That’s an absolute no-no. In fact, parliament can order her to apologize for it. If they have to guts to go that far, that is. See it like this: if my tap leaks, I call a plumber. What I don’t want is the CEO of the plumbing company giving his opinion about my house. Even less so if his wife starts to give her even more unwanted opinions. How this will play out, we’ll have to wait and see.

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Thierry Baudet Takes Aim at the Globalists

Thierry Baudet is the founder and leader of the Dutch party Forum for Democracy (Forum voor Democratie, FvD). He has been a member of the Tweede Kamer (“Second Chamber”, the lower house of the Dutch Parliament) since 2017.

In the following podcast Mr. Baudet weighs in on the energy crisis, “climate change”, and the New World Order. He also discusses the “gotcha” culture of the media, in which careless wording or the use of a colorful turn of phrase can be magnified, distorted, taken out of context, and otherwise manipulated to create a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing.

I’m glad I’m not in the public eye. I tend to take liberties with language in my private utterances, and enjoy using politically incorrect terminology for its own sake. My friends are used to my saying naughty things about chicks, ragheads, homos, Negroes, etc., but I doubt the media would be as tolerant. I’m glad I don’t have to deal with all that nonsense.

Many thanks to Gary Fouse for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

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Shivering for Thee, But Not for Me

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit:

Green politician

Others can freeze: Künast complains about a cold Bundestag

Berlin

“Freeze for peace” is the motto of the Greens for anyone who dares to complain about gas prices, which have increased at least sixfold in the past year. Many families do not know how they will pay their heating costs. The Bundestag is heated at the expense of taxpayers. But for the prominent Green Party politician Renate Künast, it’s so cold there that she is complaining publicly.

On Twitter, the 66-year-old laments that she “sits with a coat and a third cup of hot water — also to warm her hands — in the office”. She doubts “that’s 19°C . Next week I’ll come with a blanket, hot water bottle and hat.” All public buildings are heated to this temperature to save energy.

Instead of pity, there is criticism for Künast

The Green politician, who collects a monthly allowance of €10,323.29 and has been a member of the Bundestag for twenty years, expected sympathy from her followers, but received scorn and ridicule. One headmistress replied: “I laugh softly and can barely resist feeling sorry… We are doing this for the third winter at the schools. And who cares? Not politicians.”

“Sit with a coat and a 3rd cup of hot water — also to warm your hands — in the office. I doubt it’s 19°C. I’ll come next week with a blanket, hot water bottle and hat.”

— Renate Kuenast (@RenateKuenast), November 18, 2022

Another commented: “Next week wear an FFP2 mask all day long, then you’ll know firsthand what you have done to the students for many months.” And so it went on — a woman wrote to the former Federal Minister: “Dear Mrs. Künast, at home at the moment I’m still only heating the bathroom. Because I’m scared of the cost. Unfortunately, I have no sympathy for you at the moment.”

And a former mathematics professor commented: “Well, you may be cold because you are following the reason of your own greenness. But complain about it here? This is almost anti-election campaign. Yellow card!”

Afterword from the translator:

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Truckers’ Strike in Brazil?

In certain respects, the situation in Brazil is similar to what happened in Canada last winter. Like their Canadian counterparts, truckers in Brazil are staging protests against the actions of the federal government (in this case, the recent fraudulent votes used to elect Lula as president). Also like the Canadians, the Brazilian truckers’ access to their bank accounts has been blocked.

The key phrase in the following TV report is “nothing more to lose”. When a government creates through its actions a large cohort of citizens who have nothing else to lose, it puts itself in grave danger. You’d think the Brazilian Powers That Be would have the sense to step back from this particular precipice, but leftist apparatchiks are often quite stupid, so who knows?

Many thanks to José Atento for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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We Wants the Digital Euro, Precious

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the Austrian weekly Der Wochenblick. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

You want total control, but hide it…

Economy as a new pretext: Elites once again drum for “Digital Euro”

The ECB plans for the digital Euro are taking on more and more concrete forms. The Brussels grandees are leaving no stone unturned for their henchmen in the governments to cover up the plan for control over the citizens. If in the end it was the alleged fight against money laundering [Lagarde would know about that for sure, since she was/is after all a laundress], now a reconstruction of the devastated economy in Europe is supposed to serve as a pretext for the totalitarian project.

ECB-Lagarde drives digital Euro

ECB boss and WEF foundation board member Christine Lagarde babbles something about wanting to stand up to the advance of foreign corporations in European payment transactions. In the case of card payments, around two thirds of the transactions are booked by service providers who have their company records outside the EU. The image of heteronomy is intentional: because inevitably the image of influence from Russia, China or — which would of course not matter to the EU grandees — the USA, arises in the mind, although financial strongholds such as Switzerland or Great Britain are also not EU members. All this runs under the euphonious but meaningless slogan “Strategic Autonomy”.

The route is as follows: An investigation phase will run until October 2023 before the final decision on the design of the digital central bank currency is to be made. After that, another three years are planned for the complete implementation of the project. In other words, by 2026 at the latest, the digital Euro should be a fixed point in citizens’ payment transactions. They have long feared another step towards the abolition of cash and tighter controls: in public consultations, almost every second response was concerned about the protection of privacy. [Privacy? What privacy? Slaves do not have that privilege. They have lost the right to choose.]

(In the run-up to the WEF summit in May, Lagarde throws sand into the eyes of the citizens.)

Lindner uses economic arguments

Not that compliance with them is really important to EU actors — after all, the EU wants to be able to monitor the chats of innocent Europeans. But somehow you have to get the people on board for your controversial prestige project. And so on Monday Christian Lindner (FDP) — as German finance minister, after all, patron of the largest economy on the continent [cough, cough] — rode out to butter people up with the prospect of the digital Euro as an “economic engine”. He even spoke of “digital cash”…

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Out of Gas

The cutoff of a large portion of the natural gas flow from Russia to Europe has driven the price through the roof, creating an opportunity for suppliers and speculators to make even more money by holding back supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG), thus driving the spot price even higher.

The following report from Austria describes the deliberate backup of LNG tankers in European ports. Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from eXXpress:

What a mess: Already 30 (!) gas tankers are parked off Europe’s coasts

The usury with our energy prices is visible to everyone, right off Europe’s coasts — and nobody is doing anything about it: Already 30 gigantic liquefied natural gas tankers are failing to dock at the unloading terminals, in order not to lower the price for natural gas in the EU nations.

Again and again we Austrians hear the same statements: Vladimir Putin is to blame for the high gas prices (although his energy company Gazprom continues to deliver gas to Austria cheaply and in an environmentally friendly fashion via a pipeline, as always). But now it is becoming increasingly clear who is causing our energy costs to explode: it is speculators who do not allow more supply to come onto the European market — because this additional supply of gas would of course immediately crash the natural gas prices on the energy exchanges.

There are already 30 gigantic LNG tankers floating off Europe’s coasts — these giants have up to 150,000 cubic meters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) on board, and one load could supply 65,000 households for a whole year. We Europeans are currently being deprived of enough natural gas for 1.95 million families. Willfully, simply out of greed.

Waiting for better times

In any case, the LNG market is extremely dynamic. The shipowners choose the market with the best profit. If the prices in Asia are higher than in Europe, for example, the ships simply turn around and are gone. The main suppliers — above all the USA and Qatar — have significantly reduced the speed of transport to Europe due to the falling gas prices and prefer to wait on the open sea for better times. And that despite the enormous sums that such ships devour. Chartering individual LNG tankers at the end of October, for a trip across the Atlantic, costs €400,000 — every day!

Afterword from the translator:

It’s already clear that only the price is being pushed up. However, I would be interested to know how long such a tanker can cool its gas until it is empty? They are supposed to use up to 25% of their load for cooling on the way from the USA to the EU. I mean, waiting like that — they have to be empty at some point, don’t they? If anyone knows how this is supposed to work out, feel free to enlighten me. Thanks.

The Dirty Laundry of the Great Reset

The following report illustrates the Law of Unintended Consequences as it applies to the sanctions against Russia. Or maybe these consequences aren’t really all that unintended — who knows?

After all the conspiracy theories that have turned into verified facts over the last three years, I’m not ruling anything out.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the news portal Pleiteticker.de:

Dangerous domino effect: In the case of laundry bankruptcies, hospitals have to close within days

Average cost increases of 166%: This is reported by the German Textile Cleaning Association (DTV). The industry has been hit hard by energy prices — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Because when laundries close, many other professions find themselves in a difficult situation. This includes hospitals, whose supply of hygienically washed clothing depends on dry cleaning.

More than a million people: According to their own statements, this is how many professionals from different areas rely on German laundries. Among them are many “systemically relevant” groups, such as the police, the fire brigade or civil protection. But hospitals were also part of it, reports DTV general manager Andreas Schumacher of the WAZ [Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung]. The laundry owner Heidrun Kringe from Bochum tells the newspaper that her business is only worthwhile because of her pension from another job. “If that were not the case, I would have to increase the costs so much that I would no longer have any customers,” reports the 79-year-old.

“We’re talking about hospitals and nursing homes having to close within a few days if the laundries are forced to give up,” said Schumacher. Therefore, the cost increases for the business could be a societally relevant problem. The more of the fewer than 5,000 dry cleaning companies in Germany are in danger, the more risky the situation in the hospitals becomes. According to their own information, laundries and dry cleaners spend 9% to 14% of their turnover on electricity and gas. They accounted for 9% of the energy costs in the trades — number one among the trade sectors. It is to be hoped that the industry can continue to bear the costs, because everyone has to wash their dirty laundry somewhere.

Afterword from the translator:

Welcome to the ship of fools “Utopia Germania” — Scylla and Charybdis are waiting. A utopia that is a possible future — but mostly fictitious — way of life or social order designed by ideological retards, which is not tied to contemporary historical-cultural conditions and is a guarantee of utter failure and misery for those who are not part of the “Elite”. And in the next election, please go back and vote for the Greens and the other old political parties, since they’re doing so well for your wellbeing /irony off.

“He who refuses to learn deserves extinction.” — Hillel, the Elder (over 2,000 years ago)

When the Music Stops

Earlier this afternoon there was a discussion on Skype about this post at American Partisan quoting Egon von Greyerz concerning the imminent meltdown of the global financial system.

Below are excerpts from my exchange with one of the translators:

Translator: What can we do when the whole shebang collapses? Governments all over the world are already prohibiting people from buying gold and silver above a certain amount, and then that has to be declared so that they can come afterwards and take it away by force. What will happen to people who own their properties outright? Will these be taken along with those that borrowed from banks? I hope that NOBODY will sell any food to the rich afterwards. Let them eat their money.

Baron: It all depends on who is holding the AK-47s when the time comes. Those will be the ones who “own” whatever they want to claim.

As for selling stuff — what will people use to buy it with? Our assumption is that there will have been a financial collapse, and that the old currencies will be worthless. There will be barter, and there will eventually be a new currency based on something of real value. Probably multiple privately-issued currencies. Those currencies that reliably back up their scrip with gold or silver will become the new dominant media of exchange.

But there will also be a lot of starvation and violence, especially in the big cities.

T: I wonder how much longer we still have?

B: That’s a good question. Lots of people said the end was near back in 2008 and 2009, so we’ve already gotten an additional thirteen years for free.

I no longer make any predictions. The Powers That Be have shown that they can keep the bubble of imaginary money inflated for an indefinite amount of time. It can’t last forever, but I have no idea when the real crash will occur.

T: The South Sea Bubble also burst, despite the British and other European governments trying to keep it going.

B: Yes. This is just the biggest such bubble ever inflated. The first truly global one.

T: Although I’m not so sure how that affected the peasantry at that time, because they could still feed themselves, unlike their modern counterparts who have been made dependent on supermarkets.

As far as I remember, in France the rich exchanged most of the “paper money” for gold and silver before the big crash, and shipped it out of France into Switzerland. Nothing changes, now, does it?

B: People like Soros will know exactly when to cash in their paper gold and take delivery, while the price is still set artificially low. After that the price will skyrocket, and there will be a mad rush to take delivery of physical gold. Then the supplies will be exhausted — after less than 10% of the paper has been exchanged — leaving the rest of the metals-traders holding worthless promises to deliver.

It will be like financial musical chairs: when the music stops, those who are left standing with their paper gold and silver will be ruined, while the ones who sat down early will have their metals.

That will be part of the systemic collapse. The question is: can all that gold help keep Soros and his ilk alive? I mean, they can pay their mercenary guards with their gold, but what’s to prevent the most ruthless and capable of the mercenaries from eliminating the middleman and appropriating all the gold for themselves?

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The Bill Comes Due

Germany is facing an imminent crisis in its pension system. In this it is hardly alone — throughout the West pension systems are severely underfunded. When unfunded U.S. federal, state, municipal, and corporate pension obligations are added together, the total is catastrophically high. I’ve seen estimates of $14 trillion, and I’m sure the number is continuing to rise.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Ansage.org:

The Gray Bomb: the Collapse of the Pension System is Imminent

In view of the current large-scale mass abuse of basic security by potentially every legal or illegal “refugee”, the fact that the pension system is the first to implode is perhaps surprising. However, the sheer volume of pension payments make up for it (expenditures in 2021: €341 billion, of which €78 billion must now be borne by tax-financed federal grants!) and the unstoppable mathematical fact of a fatal demographic aging trend make the pension system the ultimate time bomb. And it is very likely that this will detonate before the collapse of social assistance, which will soon be euphemized as “citizen’s allowance”.

The alarming latest statements by the German Employers’ Association president Rainer Dulger, who warns in drastic terms of an “imminent collapse of the pension system”, point in precisely this direction. Dulger also sees the potential for the final division of society in the planned “citizen’s allowance”: It cannot be that some of the people who go to work in the morning have just as much or just a little more money available than someone who doesn’t has to get up and go to work in the morning at all. What is needed is “a major social reform that has the dimensions of economic, monetary and social union after reunification,” Dulger told Bild.

Five years until the meltdown

Dulger named the next five years as the window of time when the statutory pension funds would reach their limit, after which the costs would ultimately explode and would no longer be manageable. There is hardly any time left to prevent the “welfare state eating up the future” scenario from becoming a reality. The most urgent thing is an immediate “reorganization of old-age provisions” including a fundamentally new financing model for the pension system.

Although Dulger’s suggestion is not popular, it is the only realistic way: The retirement age must finally be linked to life expectancy. “It must not be that the increasing life expectancy leads to an ever longer retirement,” says the Heidelberg entrepreneur. In order to make the importance of the topic clear, “social policy needs forecasts like climate policy,” Dulger continued: the federal government should report regularly on the future development of social security contributions. “This makes the pressure to act visible to everyone. The reform of the social security systems is similar to the energy transition as a challenge.” As far as the invoked “intergenerational justice” is concerned, it is without a doubt at least as important in the case of old-age provision.

Afterword from the translator:

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Too Many Culture-Enrichers

Germany’s social welfare bureaucracy is currently overwhelmed due the huge numbers of migrants — from Ukraine and elsewhere — burdening the system. Who could have foreseen that a situation such as this might ever arise?

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Junge Freiheit:

Too many asylum seekers: Social Welfare Office Neukölln is closing

Berlin

The social welfare office in Berlin-Neukölln has closed for two weeks due to being overwhelmed by refugees. “The need is quite great,” confirmed Neukölln city councillor, Falko Liecke (CDU) to RBB. “Due to Ukrainian refugees, we have large mountains of backlogs, unprocessed mail and documents that cannot be processed at the moment because the staff is not there,” Liecke describes the situation.

“We have people here who are in need, who need immediate support and care. Either they need living space or they need money.” It is not only the number of Ukrainians with benefit claims that has risen sharply. More and more people are also applying for asylum from other countries. Added to this is the number of locals who can no longer shoulder their energy costs.

Become a welfare case with the gas rate

“We are now also getting these applications from people who have managed very well with their money so far, but can no longer cope with the new gas rates,” said a group leader from the office. “Well, we’re approached by a completely different clientele.” In order to maintain regular operations, at least forty more positions would be needed.

Neukölln’s social welfare office is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. In addition to this, other offices in the capital are also complaining that they have reached the limits of their resilience. There is currently hardly any capacity left to accommodate and care for Ukrainians and asylum seekers.

Afterword from the translator:

Well, well, well, that sounds like a refusal to work! At least that’s what they most likely write into their ledgers when it is a native German. Let’s face it, the natives are forced to work two or three extra jobs a week to make ends meet short of starvation. But maybe it’s just a lack of tax money with which to support their clientele? Let’s raise taxes, shall we?

There’s this old German proverb that goes something like this: “The pitcher goes to the well until it breaks.” And it will soon shatter into thousands of pieces at the rate it’s being dipped into the well.

The interesting thing is that the pressure in the “Federal Republic of Germoney” agencies is probably increasing the stress level. Could it be that this is due to the Twitter takeover by Elon Musk?

What happens when Trump is unblocked? That should probably trigger an earthquake on the continent of Europe that will be felt all the way over in Asia.

Fade Away and Radiate

Ever since early 2020 the dominant theme in popular culture has been: Be afraid. Be very afraid.

For the last few months we’ve been inundated with propaganda about nuclear war.

After the Corona craze had run its course, we had a brief interlude of monkeypox hysteria, but that never seemed to develop the momentum necessary for a full-blown panic. So now we’ve moved on to the Ukraine crisis, and the evil Vladimir Putin, as a source of doom-and-gloom media histrionics.

The nuclear war theme emerged fairly soon after Russia invaded Ukraine. There was a big push to paint Mr. Putin as threatening to use nukes, even though he never did any such thing. At the same time we started to see “what to do in the event of a nuclear attack” PSAs in various major American cities. And the mainstream media kept up their fear-mongering with various nuclear-themed reports — retrospectives on the Cuban Missile Crisis and other incidents of nuclear alarms during the Cold War, analyses of what a nuclear blast would do to this or that major city, how to deal with radiation poisoning, etc.

I’ve recently come to the conclusion that a nuclear war is very unlikely, although I expect a “radiation incident” fairly soon, possibly even before the midterm elections.

The reason I say this is that the globalists of the New World Order, as exemplified by the World Economic Forum, are obviously not anticipating any nuclear attacks. They are ramping up their push for digital central bank currencies, social credit scores, 5G technology, the Internet of Things (and Bodies) and other long-term projects that involve intensive electronic infrastructure. That’s how we know they’re not planning for the grid to go down. They must have mapped out a way to keep enough juice flowing to at least keep the cell towers functioning, even during the horrific energy shortages that lie directly ahead.

Since the globalists, the media, and the top levels of the Western political apparatus are all in league with each other, we may assume that the nuclear war scare is in fact a feint.

I have a theory about the reason for it.

First they make sure the populace is terrified of a nuclear attack.

Then a “radiation incident” of some sort is arranged. Probably in Ukraine, via the false-flag use of a tactical nuke, perhaps, or an “accident” at one of the nuclear power plants, most likely the one in Zaporizhzhia.

As a result everybody in the West, especially in Europe, becomes frantic about radiation poisoning.

Then guess what happens?

Surprise! Pfizer and other pharmaceutical giants devise injections that mitigate the effects of radiation disease!

Rolled out at warp speed in just a few weeks. Administered by medical workers fitted out in radiation suits. Everybody is urged to show up at designated injection sites and get their “protective shots”.

They get everybody trembling in fear over the radiation, and then they provide the magical solution: yet more injections.

Compliance with the “booster” regime has fallen off to less than 25% in most countries, so something else is needed. A radiation incident is just the thing.

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The push for more injections has been intense and obvious since late 2020. The big question is: WHY?

The flu shot was never pushed anywhere near as hard as the series of mRNA jabs. I’ve never in my lifetime seen anything like the propaganda blitz that we’ve been subjected to on behalf of the experimental “vaccine”. Somebody really, really wants to see more needles in arms.

The evidence for the harmful effects of the mRNA treatments is now undeniable. They are especially contra-indicated for small children, and now the CDC has just given its imprimatur to a new regime that will, in effect, force parents to have their kids vaxed in order for them to attend public schools.

Somebody wants needles in arms VERY badly.

I think we can rule out the possibility that top-level health authorities are motivated by the medical well-being of their citizens. It’s fairly clear now that they’re pushing these injections despite the fact that they have been proven harmful.

After browsing various paranoid postings in the deplorable alternative media, I see three possible explanations for this demonic campaign:

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The Silent War Against the Germans

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the news portal Ansage.org:

The Silent War Against the Germans

It happened again: a Somali immigrant randomly stabbed young Germans. This time the victims were young men who were in the wrong place at the wrong time. Again, attempts will be made not to give the victims a face. It is the wrong victims that our Federal President Steinmeier is reluctant to commemorate, because he cannot indulge in his eternal cult of guilt and hold up the mirror to the majority of society that they have failed again. Last year in Würzburg the victims were German women; in Dresden they were homosexuals. The perpetrators were always said to be in an “exceptional psychological situation” and then everything quickly returned to business as usual. It will be the same again in Ludwigshafen.

And how does it continue? The next attack will not be long in coming. NRW [North Rhine-Westphalia] Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU) announced in August that in the first half of 2022 alone, no fewer than 7,131 “crimes involving stabbing weapons” were recorded — in this one federal state alone. That corresponds to thirteen attacks per day — not counting a considerable number of unreported cases. This trend will continue to increase with ongoing and currently exploding illegal immigration. It is only the most spectacular cases that make it into the mainstream media for a short time.

Concealed Facts

On the other hand, one can read every day everywhere in Germany, at least in the local media, about rape, serious physical injury and murder of those who “have been living here for a long time” by men who came to Germany supposedly “seeking protection” — these almost always belong to the Islamic culture. This is a fact that is either hushed up or put into perspective — and anyone who dares to state it openly is denounced as “Islamophobic” (the Islamists’ combat term), “right-wing” and “Nazi”, or more appropriately, accused as “servant” of certain “narratives”. No other people in the world deny crimes against their own citizens in a way comparable to the Germans.

Since Maria from Freiburg, Mia from Kandel and Susanne from Wiesbaden, hundreds if not thousands of victims have been added who rarely make it into the national press as so-called “individual cases”. They are women, homosexuals and also men: people who became accidental victims because so-called “refuge seekers”, who were able to get into Germany unchecked and unhindered, had destroyed their lives and those of their families. Merkel’s legacy is only just beginning to take effect.

Deafening silence

And those in politics? The silence is deafening. On the contrary, with the basic income one creates the next incentive to immigrate to the German social system. People are taken indiscriminately from Afghanistan, and countries like Greece and Italy also want to relieve the burden of “refugees” — as if the majority of them wouldn’t end up in Germany within a short time anyway. Those in government at the federal, state and local level believe that currying favor with Islamic values would soften the immigrants. In doing so, they criminally fail to recognize that many of them have not the slightest interest in the values that made our society the successful, peaceful and free country that Germany became after 1949 and that have distinguished us for decades.

On the contrary; they often reject them deeply, and every step back we take is understood not as a gesture of friendship but of weakness. Like the unlawful approval of the muezzin call, which is now calling out to everyone in the cathedral city of Cologne that there is “no god but Allah”. Ultimately, this is an order to all Muslims to spread their own faith among the so-called unbelievers — in extreme cases, in accordance with the Quran, even through violence.

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