Category Archives: New World Disorder

US Has Gone Rogue with SWIFT’s Iran Cutoff

SWIFT cut a raft of Iranian banks – including the country’s central bank – off from its system on Monday, having come under pressure from the US to do so. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the move is “the right decision to protect the integrity of the international financial system.” Continue reading US Has Gone Rogue with SWIFT’s Iran Cutoff

A $2bn Saudi Plan to Assassinate Iran’s Leaders

So maybe the Iranians do have much to be paranoid about. An explosive New York Times story citing multiple unnamed sources familiar with the matter details how top Saudi intelligence officials conspired to assassinate Iranian leaders  including Iranian Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) Quds force commander Qassim Suleimani — in a plot wherein the Saudis mulled using private contractors, and even approached Erik Prince, the former head of Blackwater and at the time adviser to the Trump transition team. Continue reading A $2bn Saudi Plan to Assassinate Iran’s Leaders

Top Secret: Deep State War Crimes Cover-Up in Rwanda

The United States and its allies are experts at covering their crimes and finding scapegoats to take the blame for them. They are doing it now with their disinformation campaigns against Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea, and Syria. The show trials at the UN’s Yugoslav tribunal, the ICTY, were all about covering-up NATO’s war crimes and spinning lies to blame everything on the Serbs who resisted NATO’s aggression. Continue reading Top Secret: Deep State War Crimes Cover-Up in Rwanda

Corporate Power and Expansive U.S. Military Policy | Prof. Gaffney

Military defense is generally treated in economics texts as a “public good” because the benefits are presumed to be shared by all citizens. However, defense spending by the United States cannot legitimately be classified as public good, since the primary purpose of those expenditures has been to project power in support of private business interests. Continue reading Corporate Power and Expansive U.S. Military Policy | Prof. Gaffney

Genes and “Human Nature” are Not the Cause of “World Chaos”

There is a popular explanation for the world chaos now upon us, and many scientists and philosophers advocate it. The form of this argument is that the rising global crisis we face traces back to human nature and genes to explain it. Continue reading Genes and “Human Nature” are Not the Cause of “World Chaos”

Who was behind the assassination of Aleksandr Zakharchenko?

The Deep State’s regime change operation in Ukraine wasn’t as successful as they hoped it should be. This is due to the timely and successful secessionist movement of Eastern Ukrainian regions, now calling themselves as the Donetsk People’s Republic. The highly respected leader of the separatist movement, Aleksandr Zakharchenko, has just been assassinated. Continue reading Who was behind the assassination of Aleksandr Zakharchenko?

Perennial Warmonger, Regime Change Operative John McCain Dies at 81

ISIS Godfather John McCain succumbed to his brain cancer few hours ago after he refused any more of those toxic chemical treatments which made his brain more toxic. In his last breath, he accused Russia of having “assaulted the foundation of democracy” aka regime change efforts everywhere. Continue reading Perennial Warmonger, Regime Change Operative John McCain Dies at 81

What if the world started using US logic in its relations with America?

You’re sanctioned! You’re bombed! You’re invaded! The US has plenty of punishments lined up for states which it claims are doing things wrong. But what if the rest of the world held the US to the same standards? Continue reading What if the world started using US logic in its relations with America?

Here’s The Real Reason the US Must Talk to Russia

Future historians may well identify Russian President Vladimir Putin’s landmark March 1 speech as the ultimate game-changer in the 21st-century New Great Game in Eurasia. The reason is minutely detailed in Losing Military Supremacy: The Myopia of American Strategic Planning, a new book by Russian military/naval analyst Andrei Martyanov. Continue reading Here’s The Real Reason the US Must Talk to Russia

US Court Asks Iran to Pay $6 Billion for 1000+ Deaths During WTC911 False Flag

In another ridiculous geopolitical stunt, the Deep State corporate court of the US finds Iran “liable for the deaths of more than 1,000 people as a result of the September 11 attacks. They must keep the propaganda going as the major offensive to topple the Deep State out continues to inspire lively debates among geopolitical observers. Continue reading US Court Asks Iran to Pay $6 Billion for 1000+ Deaths During WTC911 False Flag

Multiple US Gov’t ShutDowns Didn’t Deter Highest Ever Budget for Pentagon

The United States, Inc. just survived two shutdowns in two months yet this did not deter the approval of a $716 billion military budget for the year 2018-2019, the highest military budget ever, and still is among the G7 countries’ military spending combined.
Continue reading Multiple US Gov’t ShutDowns Didn’t Deter Highest Ever Budget for Pentagon

British Counterattacked Trump-Putin-Xi Cooperation — In Their Own Name

The British tried to subvert their upstart breakaway colony in the Americas by military means a number of times. But when Lincoln mobilized the nation against the British- instigated Confederacy based on the highest moral principles embedded in our Constitution — and with help from the Russian naval fleets deployed into New York and San Francisco harbors as a warning to the Brits to stay out — London decided they had to change tactics. Continue reading British Counterattacked Trump-Putin-Xi Cooperation — In Their Own Name

Trump Sows M.E. Conflict to Resuscitate US Relevance

The outgoing hegemony has no other recourse but to use its only card and that is to sow conflict in the Middle East once again. Trump and everybody know that recognizing Jerusalem as Israel capital will trigger more than just a protest across the Arab world, and yet he went for it. Continue reading Trump Sows M.E. Conflict to Resuscitate US Relevance

The Forgotten War: Conflict in Congo Worse than ‘Syria, Yemen and Iraq’

As long as we can remember, the African continent has been embroiled in conflicts right after the supposed end of slave trading. The control of resources by proxies is at the core of them all.

We disagree with the inaccurate use of “civil wars in Iraq, Syria and Yemen” below. Otherwise, the details need to be spread far and wide:

‘For the second year in a row, the violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been the epicenter of the worst conflict displacement crisis in the world – a crisis that outpaces the likes of the civil wars in Iraq, Syria and Yemen according to human rights groups. And almost nobody is talking about it.

According to the United Nations, 1.7 million Congo residents have been forced to flee their homes in 2017 — a rate of about 5,500 a day. This brings the number of displaced up to 4.1 million in total, with another 7 million at risk of famine.

“It’s a mega-crisis. The scale of people fleeing violence is off the charts, outpacing Syria, Yemen and Iraq,” said Ulrika Blom, the Congo director for the Norwegian Refugee Council. “For the second year running, DR Congo is the country worst affected by conflict displacement in the world. Communities in DR Congo are being double pounded — by brutal conflict and a worsening political crisis.”

Congo was the site of the Great African War, the bloodiest armed conflict since World War II. The war ended after five years of fighting between 1998 and 2003 that left an estimated 5.4 million dead, but Congo has remained unstable ever since.

Insurgent and rebel groups continue to resist the Kinshasa government. Arguably the most visible insurrection is the Kamwina Nsapu rebellion, which resulted from Kinshasa’s refusal to formally recognize their chief. The Catholic Church has estimated that 3,300 have been killed and over a million people displaced in the battles between the tribal mavericks and the Congolese military since August 2016.

The situation has been further worsened by President Joseph Kabila’s refusal to cede power at the end of his second term as stipulated by the Congolese constitution. Kabila has led the country since 2001, but his government has met with limited success in defeating the numerous militant groups that continue to battle Kinshasa.

In the meantime, the suffering of the citizenry continues. “What we’ve seen firsthand in Tanganyika province is beyond horrifying,” said Blom. “Last week we found a church sheltering over 80 people who’d fled attacks in September — families piled together in absolute squalor. Children sleeping on wet soil, thinly covered by empty sugar sacks. Four people have died since this community arrived, including two children.”

But international aid has come in only a trickle due to the lack of visibility for the conflict. The country is not seen as an intersection of geopolitical interests in the same way that similarly beleaguered Middle Eastern nations are, and while the nation has immense natural resources it also has low infrastructure development and a population that lives almost entirely in poverty.

“Donor fatigue, geopolitical disinterest and competing crises have pushed DR Congo far down the list of priorities for the international community. This deadly trend is at the expense of millions of Congolese. If we fail to step up now, mass hunger will spread and people will die. We are in a race against time,” said Blom.

Government ministers have disputed the NRC’s claim. Minister of Information Lambert Mende says that the number of displaced people is lower, “less than 1 million.” Furthermore, the displaced people were not fleeing conflict but rather attempting to return home from neighboring countries.

It isn’t just the Congo, although the country is the site of the worst displacement. In the first half of 2017, 2.7 million Africans were displaced, the NRC says, about 1 million of whom come from Congo. The rest mostly came from the Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Sudan and South Sudan. There are 12.6 million displaced people in the whole of Africa.’

World Chaos Diagnosis: Acute Zionist Infestation

“Average Joe”, who’s an American veteran down on his luck, he could have begun his own landscaping or mechanic business when hard times came. Only Uncle Sam was too broken to gift good old Joe $30,000 or so to get things rolling. It’s too bad, because Joe got a bronze star and lost a leg over there in Iraq. If Joe’s family only knew how Zionist, pig bankers had cost millions of Americans an alternative future, then maybe we’d all stand a better chance of life and liberty. But, they don’t know yet. Continue reading World Chaos Diagnosis: Acute Zionist Infestation

Why Peace is Alien to the US

You’d have to laugh – if it were not so grave. The Trump administration says that it is running out of patience for a diplomatic solution to the Korea crisis.

This pseudo piousness comes from a US government that continually refuses to enter into direct negotiations with Kim Jong-un, the leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Continue reading Why Peace is Alien to the US

The World’s Problem is still America

There are many things by which we have identified that the problem is still America, although the Americans are blaming their and the world’s problems to the Jewish bankers. But the fact remains that until now, this Khazarian war and money making machinery is still being hosted in the “land of milk and honey,” therefore the responsibility should still rest with the free people of America. Continue reading The World’s Problem is still America

16th 9/11 Anniversary Celebrates the Neocons’ Comeback to the White House

Yes, that’s essentially true. The neocons which brought the Americans into the endless wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are back in the White House! This revelation comes from the former Trump strategist Steve Bannon himself.

“The Breitbart News executive chairman clashed in the White House with national security adviser H.R. McMaster, who represented the foreign policy views of the Bush foreign policy establishment. Bannon’s absence in the White House was almost immediately felt when Trump’s first speech without Bannon as his chief strategist, which was about increasing America’s involvement in Afghanistan, was heralded as a “classic neocon speech,” with some fanboys even saying that neocon Paul Wolfowitz is now president.”

In short, America is not only caught up in the age old Left and Right paradigm still, but the war criminals themselves, who were responsible for the deaths of at least 2,996 Americans when the World Trade Center towers were purposely brought down, have not been brought to justice yet.

More deaths due to cancer from toxic chemical exposure remain unacknowledged to this day.

A lot of those who voted for Trump are still expecting that he can do the job he set himself up during the campaign. But all of those rhetorics may just be for winning the 2016 election.

Another related Breitbart article says,

Bannon said his belief in how much economic nationalism can unite Americans of all races and backgrounds was why he told President Donald Trump that he thought he was going to win the election after the Access Hollywood tape was released. Some of Trump’s advisers thought he had no chance and even urged Trump to drop out of the race. The Breitbart News executive chairman, though, said he told Trump he had a “100%” chance to win the election if he just doubled down on the economic nationalist message.

“That’s why I told him, ‘Double down,’ every time [on the economic nationalism message],’ Bannon recalled. “And on that day that’s the first time and only time he ever got upset with me. He goes, ‘Come on, it’s not 100%.” I go, ‘It’s absolutely 100%.’ And I told him why. They don’t care [about locker-room talk].”

In the end, Bannon was right, as Trump shocked the world and the political elites on election night, as his economic nationalism message galvanized Americans who had not voted in presidential elections because they just got sick and tired of voting for candidates who only appealed to the 3.8%.

So, far all legal efforts to seek redress for 911 attacks have been shunted by the US authorities themselves.

“The Attorney General of New York, who had the ability and legal right to go and investigate — did nothing (to investigate the role of the US government in the attack.)” – Mike Berger, 9/11 Truth spokesman

Until the crowd realize that they are far more powerful than the rabble-rousers, they will never be free.

New US’ Afghanistan Strategy ‘Puts Trump in a Silly Position’, Here’s Why

Trump said on Tuesday that the consequences of rapid withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan are “unacceptable,” as it will create a “vacuum” that will be filled by Daesh and al-Qaeda terrorist groups, adding that the number of US troops involved in operations in the country wouldn’t be released. Continue reading New US’ Afghanistan Strategy ‘Puts Trump in a Silly Position’, Here’s Why

Anti-Iran Sanctions: ‘US Tool to Provoke Tehran into Ripping Nuclear Deal Up’

Neither Iran nor its business partners are interested in Tehran’s exit from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), expert on Mideast affairs Vladimir Sazhin told Sputnik, explaining that contrary to the panic-mongers’ belief Iran won’t be able to create an atomic bomb within weeks in case it withdraws from the nuclear deal. Continue reading Anti-Iran Sanctions: ‘US Tool to Provoke Tehran into Ripping Nuclear Deal Up’

Forgotten History: US bankers financing US enemies, and why it is important now

In 1971, Gary Allen published his book, None Dare Call it Conspiracy. It quickly became an unofficial best seller. Over the years, several million copies have been sold.

Allen’s thesis was stark: super-rich American capitalists were financing socialism. This bizarre paradox was resolved when socialism was properly understood — not as “power to the people”—but as elite power over the people. In other words, as a hoax. Continue reading Forgotten History: US bankers financing US enemies, and why it is important now