Saturday, July 29, 2023

Watching This Space


  NASA-Founder and former WW-2 German Rocketry Chief, Wernher von Braun, with terminal cancer, spoke repeatedly in his final years, to Carol Rosin, who assisted him at work, about progressive justifications which the US government would present to the American people, to further the militarization of space.
​  Below is an excerpt from a video interview of Carol Rosin speaking about her mentor, Dr Wernher Von Braun. (See the full 33:53 minute video from the Sirius Disclosure YouTube channel below.)
          o “I met the late Dr Wernher Von Braun in early ’74, at that time Von Braun was dying of cancer, but he assured me that he would live a few more years in order to tell me about the game that was being played, that game being the effort to weaponize space, to control Earth from space and space itself.”
          o “What was most interesting to me was a repetitive sentence that he said to me over and over again… that was, the strategy that was being used to educate the public and decision makers, and the scare tactics, the spin that was being put on (as justification for our advanced) weapons system… (was based upon) …how we identify an enemy.”
          o “The enemy at first, (Von Braun) said, (to justify our) …space based weapons system… first the Russians are going to be considered the enemy… then terrorists would be identified… then we were going to identify third world crazies… The next enemy was asteroids… [and] against asteroids we’re going to build space based weapons.”
          o “And the funniest one of all was against what he called aliens, extraterrestrials. That would be the final card. And over, and over, and over during the four years that I knew him and was giving his speeches for him, he would bring up that last card. ‘And remember Carol, the last card is the alien card. We’re going to have to build space based weapons against aliens.’ And all of it, he said, is a lie.”

​  In the advertising Hall of Fame, three of the all-time winning slogans are “Just do it”; “Where’s the beef?”; and  “Good to the last drop”.  
​  Three Ukrainian army soldiers and a military press officer from Kiev  have pressed all three on the Financial Times of London, and they just hit the money, so to speak.
​ “Rather than dart across Russian minefields aiming to punch through enemy lines with Nato armour,” the newspaper is reporting, “Ukrainian forces have moved their focus to pounding Russian defensive positions with heavy artillery fire. Artillery gunners operating multiple-launch rocket systems and howitzers, some loaded with US-supplied cluster munitions, aim to clear pathways for small teams of sappers and infantry units. These troops then attempt to advance methodically on foot, moving forward one narrow tree line at a time in a select few spots along the 1,000-kilometre front line…  The painstaking strategy has raised questions in western capitals about whether Ukraine will be able to maintain it for long, or produce the kind of military breakthrough that would bring Moscow to the negotiating table… But in the short term, the tactic has reduced Ukrainian losses. Casualties and the number of prized western battle tanks and infantry fighting vehicles lost in battle are down compared with the first two weeks of the counteroffensive, while Ukraine has made small but steady gains.” President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Wednesday night praised ‘very good results’ on the frontline”, the newspaper added.  
​  This is the advertising to keep the US, the NATO allies, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) just doing it — continuing the $41.3 billion in military beef and $115 billion in cash to the last drop.

Both Russians And Ukrainians Tried To Destroy The Command Centers. Military Summary For 2023.07.29​  (Less than10 minutes. Lots of information)

​Gilbert Doctorow, On the visit to North Korea of an RF Ministry of Defense delegation headed by Minister Shoigu.
  The Russian visit comes at the same time as a visiting delegation from the People’s Republic of China, all for the purpose of participating in the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the Korean War. Both Russia and China had provided essential support to the North Korean side in that war...​  
​..The Chinese are understandably shy about publicly restoring full-scale relations with North Korea lest they come in for punishing sanctions from the United States.  However, Russia has nothing to lose and the visit was openly described by the Russian Foreign Ministry as seeking to raise the level of military and general cooperation.
​  Yes, no doubt there will be talks about Russian purchases of various weapons systems from North Korea that can be useful in pursuing the war in Ukraine. Among these systems identified by Russian analysts is a world-class air defense missile with 300 km range.  But the real significance of the talks lies elsewhere: in adding North Korea to the strategic partnership that Russia already has with China and Iran for mutual security.

​Simplicius, Rumors of a New Russian Mobilization, and Other Interesting Things
​  To summarize, there is support in Russia for a larger mobilization to win the war in Ukraine, especially among Russian men. The draft age is extended from 18-27 to 18-30 years of age. The one year of military service & training is for everybody without an exemption, which remains the same.​ Those who have been called up are mainly specialists with years of military service and training Additionally 40,000 per month are walking-in to volunteer, mostly those with prior mandatory service-training, a "stealth mobilization". 
  One factor limiting mobilization has been the ability to equip and arm another army. This precondition is now satisfied, raising the question of yet another army, to allow conclusion of the war on Russian terms, while also deterring NATO from something like a Polish incursion to take Galicia, western Ukraine.
 North Korea may be willing and able to carry out a vast barter-trade with Russia, since North Korean munitions factories are capable of very high output of things like artillery shells. This would benefit North Korea and Russia. (Big smiles in pictures)

​  Poland intends to double the size of its army from three to six divisions in response to the deployment of Wagner troops in Belarus, Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak announced on Friday. His statement was also backed by Deputy Prime Minister Yaroslav Kaczynski.
​  Blaszczak said he had already signed a document increasing the number of active service members in the Polish Army from 172,000 to 300,000, and noted that the government was “consistently implementing this goal.”
​  He added that Warsaw also had plans to increase its defense spending to 4% of GDP.

​  A transition to national currencies in bilateral trade between Africa and Russia would further boost cooperation between the two, which has seen rapid growth despite outside pressure, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday.​.. 
​..Speaking at a plenary session of the 2023 Russia-Africa Summit in St. Petersburg, Putin pointed to a “quite modest” current volume of trade and called for a “more energetic transition to settlements in national currencies” in a bid to boost both trade turnover and its diversification.  
​  Russia and its trade partners among developing nations, including fellow BRICS members Brazil, China, India, and South Africa, have started to switch to alternative currencies in mutual trade, after sanctions effectively cut Moscow off from the Western financial system. A growing number of nations are expressing their support for the trend.

​  The unipolar world is collapsing and a multipolar world is being formed with the participation of Africa, where a newly-minted middle-class will drive consumer demand in the near future, the head of the Coordinating Committee for Economic Cooperation with African Countries (AFROCOM), Igor Morozov told RT on Friday.  
​  Last year alone, 19 African countries applied for BRICS membership because they wanted completely new economic relations, Morozov revealed on the sidelines of the Russia-Africa summit.  
​  After the US and the EU seized Russia’s forex reserves, the world realized that it is not only a “political weapon,” but an instrument of financial pressure on the external and internal policy of any country and any continent, according to Morozov. The US dollar has been weaponized, which is why nations will gradually move away from using it in trade and the BRICS payment system will replace the SWIFT financial messaging network in a “new non-Western world.”
​  “African leaders are also concerned about further use of the dollar and euro. In this regard, the number of countries wishing to join BRICS is growing rapidly, because this is an alternative payment system that is due to emerge within half a year,” he said.

​  According to Putin, Russia plans to increase exports of food and fertilizers, vehicles and industrial machinery to Africa. These commercial transactions will be increasingly settled in national currencies, including the ruble.
​  Moscow intends to send both commercial and humanitarian shipments of grain to “African friends,” the Russian president said. Moreover, Russia will assist in developing the energy industry to meet Africa’s growing demand. This will go beyond “traditional sources of energy” and into “innovative ones, implemented through our Rosatom,” the Russian nuclear energy corporation.
​  Last but not least, Russia will invest 1.2 billion rubles (around $13 million) through 2026 on a “large-scale program of assistance” to healthcare systems across Africa.

​  Speaking at the Russia-Africa Summit in St. Petersburg, Putin said that the Russian government wrote off $23 billion in debt to African countries, and that Moscow is going to provide around $90 million as debt relief to these nations.​   [That would sure convince ME.]
​ Commenting on this event, Russian political scientist and HSE professor Dmitry Evstafiev told Sputnik that the colossal collective external debt of African countries ultimately does not impact the continent’s development, since most of these nations simply do not pay their seems unlikely that African countries were ever going to repay the debt that Russia ultimately decided to write off.
“But we should shift towards financial-investment relations with African states, which would fit into the ‘investments and loans in exchange for permission to conduct economic activity’ formula,” Evstafiev suggested.
​  Washington's Africa policy always relied on the presence of transnational companies whose focus on making a profit does not bode well for the social and economic development of African countries.
​  While China’s approach is “more democratic” than the one adopted by the US, it relies on “exterritorial economic activity” in African countries, with the areas where Chinese economic projects on the African continent are being conducted, for the lack of a better term, end up “removed from national sovereignty,” argued Evstafied.
​  Meanwhile, the approach announced by Vladimir Putin at the Russia-Africa Summit essentially amounts to Russia treating African countries as sovereign states.
“It is about their development as the integrity of social-economic, social-political systems,” 
Evstafiev said, referring to the African countries Russia works with. “And in that regard, we have a serious competitive advantage over others.”

​"It's a great big exclusive club and you're not in it." George Carlin   (Also, "cure a patient; lose a customer...")
Why are the Big Banks Targeting COVID Dissidents? A Midwestern Doctor
Chase's recent private conference reveals how the FDA is helping Big Pharma profit off Alzheimer's and Obesity

​  The medical advisory panel overwhelmingly advised against approving a dangerous and expensive drug which lacks evidence of benefit, but FDA CBER Chief, Peter Marks says that "sometimes following the science means taking a chance on a therapy". Meryl Nass MD has the story:
​  The FDA granted accelerated approval to Sarepta’s gene therapy for four and five-year-old patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The decision was at odds with agency reviewers who said ahead of an advisory meeting to discuss the treatment that the available data did not provide "unambiguous evidence" of clinical benefit.
[Why did he approve against expert ​recomendations? There is a big financial payoff​ for approval​...]

Damage to the heart is more common than thought after receipt of Moderna’s COVID-19 booster, a new study indicates.
​  One in 35 health care workers at a Swiss hospital had signs of heart injury associated with the vaccine, mRNA-1273, researchers found.​ “mRNA-1273 booster vaccination-associated elevation of markers of myocardial injury occurred in about one out of 35 persons (2.8%), a greater incidence than estimated in meta-analyses of hospitalized cases with myocarditis (estimated incidence 0.0035%) after the second vaccination,” the researchers wrote in the paper, published by the European Journal of Heart Failure.​
​  In a generally healthy population, the level would be about 1 percent, the researchers said.
​  The group experiencing the adverse effects was followed for only 30 days, and half still had unusually high levels of high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T, an indicator of subclinical heart damage, at follow-up.
​  The long-term implications of the study remain unclear as little research has tracked people over time with heart injury after messenger RNA vaccination, which is known to cause myocarditis and other forms of heart damage.
​  “According to current knowledge, the cardiac muscle can’t regenerate, or only to a very limited degree at best. So it’s possible that repeated booster vaccinations every year could cause moderate damage to the heart muscle cells,” University Hospital Basel professor Christian Muller, a cardiologist and the lead researcher, said in a statement.
​  Moderna did not respond to a request for comment.

​Steve Kirsch, How often do USC basketball players get cardiac arrests?
I checked with Google Bard. Looks like only 1 USC player every 100 years, on average will have a cardiac arrest. So how can there be 2 in the last year?

​  TABLETOP EXERCISE​ , Catastrophic Contagion​  
(This reminds me of Event 201 in October 2019)
​  This training tabletop exercise is based on a fictional scenario. The inputs experts used for modeling the potential impact were fictional. It is a teaching and training resource for public health and government officials.
​  The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, in partnership with WHO and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, conducted Catastrophic Contagion, a pandemic tabletop exercise at the Grand Challenges Annual Meeting in Brussels, Belgium, on October 23, 2022.
​  The extraordinary group of participants consisted of 10 current and former Health Ministers and senior public health officials from Senegal, Rwanda, Nigeria, Angola, Liberia, Singapore, India, Germany, as well as Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
​  The exercise simulated a series of WHO emergency health advisory board meetings addressing a fictional pandemic set in the near future. Participants grappled with how to respond to an epidemic located in one part of the world that then spread rapidly, becoming a pandemic with a higher fatality rate than COVID-19 and disproportionately affecting children and young people.
​  Participants were challenged to make urgent policy decisions with limited information in the face of uncertainty. Each problem and choice had serious health, economic, and social ramifications. 

​  Ben ​Davidson vs NASA​ Climate Website Team ​, 27 minute presentation from 2021 on solar forcingg of terrestrial weather, electomagnetic coupling, high energy proton and electron flows through weakening magnetic fields, impacting the ozone layer, ​Nova events, and the close coupling of prior magnetic polar excursions every 12.000 years or so with drastic climate changes and ​loss of species.

​Independent Observer (took this picture of Jenny and prepared food going to familiaal mass-birthday party in San Antonio)

1 comment:

  1. ‘... the last card is the alien card.... And all of it, he said, is a lie.”

    George Carlin - “My first rule: I don’t believe anything the government tells me.”