Thursday, May 4, 2023

Ukrainian Drone Bombs Kremlin Flagpole

 Watching Fireworks,

  Andrew Korybko via The Automatic Earth: (I think that it was just propaganda-grandstanding to send little drones to hit the Kremlin, a slap to Russia's face.)
  Russia blamed Ukraine for Tuesday night’s attempted assassination of President Putin after two drones attacked the Kremlin but were disabled by the security services before they harmed anyone. Kiev rejected the accusation and lied that the incident was a false flag per the innuendo pushed by Zelensky’s spokesman Nikiforov and senior advisor Podolyak. US Secretary of State Blinken echoed their claims by advising to “take anything coming out of the Kremlin with a very large shaker of salt.”
The Kremlin​'s​ predictably declared right to retaliate “anywhere and anytime it deems necessary” guaranteed that neither of those two would admit to any knowledge of the attack, but it wasn’t foreseen that they’d both collude in concocting a false flag conspiracy theory...
..Considering that few are expected to fall for this fake news, it can therefore be interpreted as them provoking the Kremlin by way of mockery since nobody in their right mind would ever believe this. They both seem convinced that Russia won’t overwhelmingly or at least reciprocally respond to this assassination attempt,
but patriots hope that it’ll finally surprise them.
​  ​Moon ofAlabama (German) figures that the Zelensky regime is exiting stage left...
​  ​I agree with Bhadrakumar that there will be no knee-jerk reaction from Moscow. But public opinion in Russia demands that there will be payback for the attack and against anyone involved in it.
​  ​Putin’s hands are tied beyond a point when the country is in rage and demanding retribution, as evident from the comments by former Russian President and current Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev: “After today’s terrorist attack, there are no options left except for the physical elimination of Zelensky and his clique.”
​  ​That Zelenski fled to Finland, then to the Netherlands and Germany after the drones hit the Kremlin is a sure sign of his complicity in the act.

​  Gilbert Doctorow is back in St.Petersburg ​and reads the public sentiment.
​  ​The talk show Evening with Vladimir Solovyov was less subtle. The host opened by reminding his audience of what Dmitry Medvedev, former President and head of the Russian Security Council said earlier in the day: that Ukraine is now a terrorist state, that there is no longer any justification for negotiating with Zelensky and that the Kiev regime must be destroyed.
  ​For those who think that Solovyov and Medvedev were just sounding off and have no credibility, I point out that the Volodin, Speaker of the State Duma, yesterday also called for the destruction of the decision-making bodies in Ukraine, which means, of course, the presidential administration first of all.
​  While American and European newscasters opine over whether all this spells an escalation of the war, I will say with almost certainty that it does.  It is hard to imagine that Vladimir Putin will be able or will even want to remain calm and restrained in the face of the latest U.S.-Kiev provocations. If his position is at risk in this war, it is from Russia’s super patriots.​  
(Revenge is a dish, best served cold. Putin will not be ​provoked.)​ Thanks Christine.​

​(Serbian military analyst) Aleks composed this update on the Ukrainian counteroffensive just before the drone attack on the Kremlin. Is anything really different?
Operational update 4 , Black Mountain Analysis
The Ukrainian Counteroffensive

  Gilbert Doctorow describes his journey back to St. Petersburg from Brussels in careful detail, for those considering travel, and describes his life as a resident there, fluent in Russian, particularly his grocery shopping experiences and conversations with familiar people. Thanks Christine.

  Easy decision, and bound to be enjoyable.   Syria joins the trend, ditches US dollar for yuan

Kennedy shares opinion on key US mistake with Russia,​ Washington has lied and ignored Moscow’s “red lines​",​ the presidential candidate has said

​  ​JPMorgan Chase, Officially the Riskiest Bank in the U.S., Is Allowed by Federal Regulators to Buy First Republic Bank​ 
 ​The Bank Holding Company Act, a federal law, prohibits banks that control “more than 10 percent of the total amount of deposits of insured depository institutions in the United States” to purchase another bank.
​  ​According to its call report to federal regulators, as of December 31, 2022, JPMorgan Chase held $2.01 trillion in deposits in domestic offices and $426 billion in deposits in foreign offices, for a total of $2.4 trillion. According to the FDIC, as of December 31, 2022, there was a total of $17.7 trillion in domestic deposits in all U.S. banks and savings associations. That means that JPMorgan Chase held 11.36 percent of total U.S. domestic deposits, well in excess of the 10 percent cap, and should have been ineligible to buy yet another bank and become even more systemically dangerous.

REMOVED from YouTube: Dr. John Campbell Interviews Expelled MP Andrew Bridgen​  (who has  a biological-sciences degree in Genetics.)

​  ​Texas to Investigate COVID Vaccine Makers Over Gain-of-Function Research, False Efficacy Claims
​  ​Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today launched an investigation into whether Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson engaged in gain-of-function research and misled the public about doing so, and whether the companies misrepresented the efficacy of their COVID-19 vaccines, in violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

​  While taking 12,000 FU per day of nattokinase with your vitamin-D and vitamin K2, for your coronary artery disease, consider this:​
​  ​Antiviral Effects of Nattokinase, ​Inhibition of SARS-CoV-2 and Bovine Herpes Virus-1 Demonstrated in Vitro​ , Peter McCullough MD​

​  Nattokinase for coronary artery plaques (previously posted 4/6/23) 
  In conclusion, our data demonstrate that atherosclerosis progression and hyperlipidemia can be effectively managed with NK at a dose of 10,800 FU/day. The lower dose of 3,600 FU per day is ineffective. The dose of 10,800 FU/day is safe and well tolerated.  Some lifestyle factors and the coadministration of vitamin K2 and aspirin lead to improved outcomes in the use of NK.

​  ​RFK Jr. Says Climate Change Being Exploited To Push 'Totalitarian Controls'​ 
 ​“Climate issues and pollution issues are being exploited by … mega billionaires” like Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Kennedy told radio host Kim Iversen over the past weekend. “The same way that COVID was exploited to use it as an excuse to clamp down top-down totalitarian controls on society and then to give us engineering solutions.”
​  ​“And if you look closely, as it turns out, the guys who are promoting those engineering solutions are the people who own … the patents for those solutions,” Kennedy said during Iversen’s show. “It’s a way they’ve given climate chaos a bad name because people now see that it’s just another crisis that’s being used to strip mine the wealth of the poor and to enrich billionaires.”
​  ​“I, for 40 years, have had the same policy on climate and engineering,” said Kennedy, the scion of former Attorney General and New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. “You can go check my speeches from the 1980s, and I’ve said the most important solution for environmental issues [is] not top-down controls, it’s free market capitalism.”​   (Kennedy often points out that he does not mean crony-capitalism.)​

Biden rival pledges to pardon Assange,Robert F. Kennedy Jr. declared that “the America I love does not imprison dissidents”

​Freedom Loving American (took this picture of Jenny with first ripening tomatoes)​

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