Published on 9 Aug 2017
Published on 9 Aug 2017
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Aug 26, 2017
The artificially created social divisions and societal chaos, in many countries simultaneously.
The ongoing, coordinated take-down of the USSA brick and mortar economy, and that of most of the rest of the world.
The accelerating, global, biological extinction event.
The steady drum beat for conflict and war — against North Korea, against Iran, against Venezuela, against China, against Russia, in Afghanistan … and on and on.
The artificial political crisis that the Deep State has produced in the USSA and in many other countries.
The ever present threat of massive natural disasters, such as the huge flooding event now getting underway in Texas, due to the days of heavy rainfall that hurricane/tropical storm/tropical depression Harvey will unleash over the next week – and possibly even longer.
The increasingly deadlier, radioactive contamination of the biosphere, due to Fukushima, Chernobyl, decades of nuclear weapons testing, depleted uranium weapons battlefield use, nuclear power plants, nuclear waste dumps and nuclear storage sites, etc.
The declining sustainability of “modern” urban areas, as teeming cities become more crime ridden, unemployment rises, living standards decline and environmental contamination builds up.
Rapidly increasing failure of natural ecosystems, as great forests are cut down and seas are polluted and choked with waste of every description.
Decline of basic reasoning, analytical and practical life and social skills, as vast hordes of people, the world over, increasingly turn to their personal, digital devices for, well, everything, in lieu of thinking for themselves, interacting with actual, live human beings, or engaging in tangible, real world activities. The net result is a less human world and living environment as the human race willingly embraces the artificial, transhumanist, slippery slope down which it is now plunging headlong.
The burgeoning use and practice of gene editing, micro-chipping, genetic modification, transsexual alteration, pharmaceutical substance use and misuse of every variety, social and behavior engineering and modification, and more.
You get the idea. We are all awash in the insanity and frankly, demonic grotesqueness of these things.
It is becoming more and more difficult to be a “normal” human being.
And that is the intention, my friends. To deride, diminish and destroy the normal, natural human and replace him or her with monstrosities, with freaks; to marginalize, criminalize or even make impossible life as a normal human being.
This is a multi-front assault against sane, normal, healthy humanity by wicked, evil, demonically dark forces. We must see it for what it is.
Back To The Deagel.com Numbers Again
I know I have mentioned the Deagel.com website before in previous blog posts, but given Deagel’s evident ties to the global military-industrial and alphabet soup agency complex, the near future population levels as presented on their website for all of the world’s countries are of special interest.
Notably, many of the world’s countries are predicted to suffer massive depopulation by 2025, which means that the precipitous population loss could conceivably even happen later this year, or next year, or in 2019. That is what an objective reading of the Deagel numbers suggests.
According to Deagel, by 2025 the USSA will lose 83% of its population, down from 324 million people to just 54 million. Only massive economic collapse, nuclear war, catastrophic failure of the national power grid, apocalyptic natural disasters, run away infectious plague and similar events can cause such a massive loss of life in such a short period of time. In brief, Deagel.com sees huge, civilization and life ending events just ahead for the USSA.
But not only for the USSA. Many countries in Europe, the Middle East and East Asia will also face dramatic loss of life in the next several years — according to Deagel.com.
France, Israel, Turkey, the Ukraine, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Japan, Portugal, Ireland, Italy and others will lose many millions of people in the coming years — according to Deagel.com. These aren’t my numbers, but I am paying careful attention to them, because of Deagel.com’s obvious ties to global forces and agencies in the know.
Notice that North Korea is listed in the 2016 roster of countries at number 99, but in the 2025 listing North Korea is conspicuously absent; it is entirely gone from the list.
North Korea is not the only one. In 2016, Deagel.com lists 209 countries. The roster of countries is reduced to just 183 on the 2025 list. North Korea is one of the missing countries, as are Gibraltar, San Marino, Bermuda, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, American Samoa and some others.
One possible interpretation of these country population numbers is that Deagel.com has caught wind of a major, planned upcoming war, in which North Korea will be completely wiped out, as will more than 80% of the USSA, a very big chunk of Europe, most of Israel and some other parts of the Middle East, including serious damage to western Pacific nations such as Australia, and various small banking centers, as well as small, Anglo-American power centers such as Gibraltar and Bermuda.
Deagel.com foresees that Russia and China will emerge virtually unscathed from whatever is projected to occur, as will most of Africa and Latin America, with the exception of Puerto Rico, which will be hammered very hard.
Look at their numbers and make of them what you will, but I believe that a scenario like that is very likely what they are contemplating.
And truthfully, look at the world headlines soberly and see the direction that global events are trending. It appears that Deagel.com have and they have reached a stark conclusion: the days of global hegemony of the USSA and its vassal states are numbered. It is all about to come to an abrupt, lethal, mass mortality halt.
Or so the people at Deagel.com think. We shall see, one way or the other, in the relatively near term.
But one thing is abundantly clear: things cannot continue on much longer as they are without major global change, for better or for worse. Massive change lies just ahead. It is absolutely baked in the cake at this point. Major, global events are in motion and they will certainly run their course, of that you can be sure.
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Who says there are no more geniuses these days? Now and then we meet an extraordinary person who can succeed in incredibly hard tasks at a very young age.
Sept 6, 2017
South Korean civil engineer and also a former child prodigy, Kim Ung-Yong, is such a person. He displayed unbelievable feats of intelligence not long after his birth. Actually, the Guinness Book of World Records listed him under “Highest IQ”. Nevertheless, Kim now wants to let the world know that a high IQ doesn’t bring happiness, but there other things that really matter in life.
Born March 8, 1962, Kim began speaking at the age of six months and understood algebra at eight months old! By the time he was two years old, he was fluent in four languages: Japanese, Korean, English, and German. When he was three, he mastered more languages.
He started attending university at four and graduated at fifteen. His IQ was 210 when he was just two years old!
Kim Ung-Yong mastered algebra at a very early age.
When he was still a teenager, NASA scouted him. He served there for 4 years as a researcher. However, after a long time of pushing himself to the limit, he began having a feeling of emptiness and void in life. In 1978, when he was 16, he decided to return to South Korea. His people back home were calling him “a defective genius.” After he received much criticism from the public, he chose to pursue his education at a local university.
In 2007, he served as adjunct faculty at Chungbuk National University. Seven years later, in 2014, he becomes an associate professor in Shinhan University, and then vice president of North Kyeong-gi Development Research Center.
IQ, or Intelligence Quotient, is a term that describes a score on a test that rates the person’s cognitive ability in comparison with the general population. IQ tests usually use a standardized scale with 100 as the median score.
In most tests, a score between around 90 and 110 indicates average intelligence. A score above 130 proves exceptional intelligence and a score below 70 might indicate mental retardation. Modern tests take in to account the age of a person when determining an IQ score.
A high IQ isn’t always a gift. Kim Ung-Yong missed many things ordinary kids experience. His entire childhood was lost. He insisted that life without human relationships is a life without a purpose.
Kim Ung-Yong believes the way to happiness is living an ordinary life.
“People always try to be somebody special by neglecting their ordinary happiness. But they should know happiness means ordinary things that we take for granted, such as nourishing friendships, sharing memorable moments with friends at school and so on…I couldn’t have these things even if I wanted to. This is why I know that what I’m saying is important.”
His message is simple and clear:
“Being special is not as important as living an ordinary life.”
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Sept 1, 2017
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Sept 6, 2017
by THE SAKER
Here the Saker finally reveals his hand, accusing Trump of “petty thuggery” and of being “in spineless subservience to the neocons”.
“Both armed with nukes. Scary. Really scary. Even more scary
is that the stronger man of the two is beyond any doubt Kim Jong-un.”
— The Saker
For a while already the Russian diplomats have been openly saying that their American counterparts are недоговороспособны or “non-agreement capable”. This all began under Obama, when Kerry flew to meet with Lavrov and declared ‘A’, then flew back to Washington, DC and declared ‘B’. Then there were the cases in Syria when the US agreed to a deal only to break that very same deal in less than 24 hours. That’s when the Russians openly began to say that their US colleagues are rank amateurs who lack even the basic professionalism to get anything done.
Now the US has slipped even lower: the Russians speak of US “hellish buffoonery” and “stupid thuggery”.
For the normally hyper-diplomatic Russians, this kind of language is absolutely unheard of, this has never ever happened before. You could say that the Russians are naive, but they believe that their diplomats should always be, well, diplomatic, and that public expressions of disgust is just not something a diplomat does. Even more telling is rather than call the Americans “evil” or “devious”, they openly express their total contempt for them, calling them stupid, incompetent, uneducated and their actions unlawful (read Maria Zakharova’s statement to that effect on Facebook).
So let me explain what is happening here and how the Russians interpreted the latest US thuggery concerning the Russian Consulate in San Francisco and the Russian diplomatic annexes in Washington and New York.
First, the Russians fully expected the Americans to retaliate after the Russian expulsion of US diplomatic personnel in Russia. That, by itself, is not the problem. The Russians understand that Trump is a cornered and weak President, that he has to show how “tough” he is. Sure, they smile, but they think that this is ‘fair game’. The Russians also know that, as a country, the USA cannot accept the biggest reduction in US diplomatic personnel in history without reacting. Again, they don’t necessarily like it, but they think that this is ‘fair game’.
You know what really triggered the Russians off? The fact that the Americans gave them only TWO days to vacate the premises they would seize and that they organized some kind of bizarre search operation. Let me immediately explain that this is not a case of ruffled feathers by the Russians, not at all. But here is how they would think about it:
“Why would they give us only TWO days? Do they really think that we cannot clear the premises from anything sensitive in 60 minutes if needed? Or are they actually trying to inconvenience our personnel? If so, do they really think that we are going to break out in hysterics? Do the Americans really think that they will find something? What? Papers proving that Trump is our agent? Maybe a hidden nuclear device? Or the computers we used to hack in every server in the USA?”
To a Russian, these questions can only have one answer: of course not. So what is going on here? And then there is the only possible explanation left:
“We beat them in Syria, we are beat them in the Ukraine, they lost Afghanistan, they lost Iraq, their Navy apparently does not know how to use a radar, their soldiers are terrified to fight somebody capable of resistance, they failed to impress not only China, but even the North Koreans who are openly laughing at them. Hezbollah laughs at them. Even Venezuela refuses to be scared! The Iranians openly threaten them with consequences if they back out of the deal they signed. Even Pakistan is openly expressing its disgust with the USA. Ditto for Turkey. Heck – the Americans are losing on all fronts and the very best they can do is try to feel good about illegally harassing our diplomatic personnel! Pathetic, lame losers!”
And they are 100% correct.
The latest US thuggery against Russian diplomats is as stupid as it is senseless. I think that US diplomats of the era of James Baker must be absolutely mortified to see the kind of idiocy their successors are now engaging in.
This is also the end of Rex Tillerson. The poor man now has only two options left: resign (that would be the honorable thing to do) or stay and become another castrated eunuch unable to even deal with the likes of Nikki Haley, never mind the North Koreans!
A “spokesperson” for the White House declared that Trump personally ordered the latest thuggery. Okay, that can mean only one of two things: either Trump is so weak that he cannot even fire a lying spokesperson or that he has now fallen so low as to order the “thug life” behavior of the State Department. Either way, it is a disgrace.
This is also really scary.
The combination, on one hand, of spineless subservience to the Neocons with their intellectual mediocrity and gross lack of professionalism, together with the kind of petty thuggery normally associated with street gangs, and, on the other hand, of nuclear weapons, is very scary.
In the mean time, the other nuclear armed crazies in North Korea have just declared that they have a thermonuclear device which they apparently tested yesterday just to show their contempt for Trump and his armed force minions. I don’t think that they have a hydrogen bomb. I don’t think that they have a real ICBM. I don’t even think they have real (usable) nuclear warheads. But what if I am wrong? What if they did get a lot of what they claim to have today – such as rocket engines – from the Ukranians?
In one corner, the “Outstanding Leader”, Brilliant Comrade, Young Master and Great Successor, Kim Jong-un — and on the other, The Donald, Grab them by the xxxxx and “Make America Great Again”, the Grand Covfefe Donald Trump.
But even more scary and depressing is that the stronger man of the two is beyond any doubt Kim Jong-un.
All I see in the White House are vacancy signs.
— The Saker
“North Korea needs and deserves security guarantees and economic cooperation, not deepening isolation. Its weapons program is its only leverage. To portray North Korea as being an irrational threat to world peace is to succumb to American demonizing propaganda.”
If Pentagon chief James Mattis was seeking to reassure the world of American restraint in the North Korea crisis, he clumsily did the opposite. The US Defense Secretary was speaking after intense discussions with President Trump and other senior military officials in the White House Situation Room following the sixth nuclear test carried out by North Korea on Sunday.
Mattis emerged from the meeting to say that any threat from North Korea to the United States and its allies would be met with an «overwhelming military response». He then added – with a weirdly presumed ethical tone – that the US «was not looking to the total annihilation of North Korea».
That was supposed to mean that the US military would exercise restraint – by not obliterating a country with a population of 25 million. Well, we should be so grateful. That’s so goddamn generous of the Americans!
How reassuring that the United States with a nuclear arsenal of 5,000 warheads should express an apparent reluctance to annihilate. So, US rulers are bragging about hitting North Korea with overwhelming military power, but at the same time Washington expects to be given moral credit for stating that it is not looking to annihilate a whole country.
The implicit logic here articulated by Mattis shows how depraved American leadership is.
In any case, the words of «reassurance» from the Pentagon chief do little to assuage fears that the US will indeed recklessly incite a war with North Korea involving weapons of mass destruction.
Trump, Mattis and other senior White House officials have repeatedly threatened over the past two months to carry out a pre-emptive military strike on North Korea, including the deployment of nuclear weapons.
Recall last month the casual way that Trump – while having lunch at his private golf resort – warned he would unleash «fire and fury on North Korea like the world has never seen before». And those words were uttered on the 72nd anniversary of the American atomic holocaust of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
On Sunday, following news reports that North Korea had conducted a sixth underground nuclear test, Trump reportedly «reaffirmed the commitment of the United States to defending our homeland, territories, and allies using the full range of diplomatic, conventional and nuclear capabilities at our disposal». In other words, again, the nuclear option is very much on the American table, as if it’s as mundane a thing as a bottle of ketchup.
Trump also remarked: «North Korea’s words and actions continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the United States».
What is acutely worrying is that the US leaders have now set a highly dangerous subjective threshold of «perceived threat» from North Korea as a criterion for unleashing military force. And as we have heard repeatedly, that US force will undoubtedly include the use of nuclear weapons.
Trump and his generals seem to have lost all reasonable cognitive connection with the world.
We see ample evidence of this disconnect with regard to the rapid breakdown in bilateral relations with Russia. The American authorities keep pushing the envelope of provocation toward Russia with sanctions and the unprecedented seizure of diplomatic properties – all on the spurious grounds of alleged Russian election meddling or alleged Russian threats to NATO allies.
That is just one sign of how divorced from reality the US leadership has become. They seem to have become a victim of their own sensationalist, unhinged propaganda.
With regard to North Korea, similar to Russia, the Americans are infused with a mentality of demonization. They seem to read everyone else and every situation in debased terms of racial prejudice, existential threat, and paranoia. Thus, Vladimir Putin is the alleged «new Hitler» with designs of conquering Europe; North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is viewed as a «nutcase» who wants to «nuke us».
The Trump administration has also the added volatility of incoherent policy. Last week when North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile over Japanese territory, Trump blurted menacingly that «talking was not the answer». That could have been taken as meaning imminent military action. Then Trump’s Defense Secretary James Mattis moved to calm the rhetoric by saying that «there was still room for diplomacy».
Trump has declared that he will not give notice of any military action. That puts the situation on a hair-trigger. What is North Korea to think when the US and its South Korean ally are carrying out massive war drills off the Korean Peninsula premised on a decapitation strike against Kim Jong-un?
It’s not just North Korea that is second-guessing Washington. Trump’s latest rebuke to South Korea for «appeasing» North Korea has unnerved the government of President Moon Jae-in, fearing that the US might be willing to sacrifice its supposed ally by starting a pre-emptive war. Moon has previously said that he received assurance from the Trump administration that it will not take military action without consulting Seoul. The Trump administration has not publicly confirmed that. South Korea is fearful that the Americans would sacrifice large numbers of its people in a reckless act of trying to destroy North Korea.
Washington’s psychopathic mentality is encapsulated in the Pentagon chief saying that his country «was not looking to annihilate North Korea». To even utter such barbarity as being a possibility shows how degenerate official American thinking is. Such psychopathic thinking, however, is fully consistent with how American military force has laid waste to countless countries and their civilian populations down through the decades, from Hiroshima to Raqqa in present day Syria. After all, Marine General James Mattis earned his nickname «Mad Dog» from overseeing the destruction of the Iraqi city of Fallujah in 2004, with the use of white phosphorus incendiary bombs.
The height of American criminal insanity is its insistence that the Korean crisis must be dealt with by either economic warfare through strangulating sanctions on North Korea and freezing and starving its people – or by overwhelming military force.
Grotesquely, the Americans talk about the world standing together against North Korea. More to the point, the world must stand together and insist that Washington takes the only morally viable option of conducting diplomacy for a peaceful resolution.
As Russia and China have both urged, the US has to talk with North Korea without preconditions. Given the decades of American militarism on the Korean Peninsula and threats of nuclear annihilation, North Korea has legitimate concerns about its security. North Korea needs and deserves security guarantees and economic cooperation, not deepening isolation. Its weapons program is its only leverage. To portray North Korea as being an irrational threat to world peace is to succumb to American demonizing propaganda.
The world must explore the diplomatic, legal, civilized option. It must totally reject the American diktat for conflict.
There is a viable peaceful way to resolve the Korean crisis. But it requires all sides to abide by diplomacy and international law. America’s self-proclaimed prerogative of waging war and destruction on other nations is central to the problem, and must be repudiated by the international community.
But the profoundly disturbing thing is that there appears to be no-one in the American leadership that can even vaguely conceive of the obligation for committing to peace, diplomacy and civility.
The world is being railroaded by a violent tyranny – and it’s not in Pyongyang, it’s in Washington.
The wide-ranging Xiamen Declaration, issued in conjunction with the just wrapped-up annual BRICS summit, shows that Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, although facing internal challenges of their own, may be about to step up their collective game, big time.
Sept 6, 2017
And they won’t be intimidated/derailed by the crumbling unipolar order.
Xiamen made it clear the BRICS are all-out engaged to “redress North-South development imbalances,” with Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasizing the necessity of a more just international order, echoing President Putin’s calls for a “fair multipolar world,” and “against protectionism and new barriers to global trade.”
Xi, the host at Xiamen, where he was once mayor, went out of his way to stress, “we five countries [should] play a more active part in global governance.”
One of the key planks of what is a concerted geopolitical/geoeconomic drive will start to be implemented via an upcoming BRICS-wide customs union. It’s all about connectivity – in trade, commerce, and finance. And that also dictates investment and business openings rolling in sync, as well as a sharper role for development funds and the BRICS’s own New Development Bank (NDB).
Enter, thus, multiple South-South “dialogues,” like those proposed in Xiamen with Mexico, Egypt, Thailand, Guinea, and Tajikistan.
The dialogues, which will inevitably evolve into business and investment deals, are at the core of ‘BRICS Plus’; the overarching concept, proposed last March by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, for expanding South-South partnership/cooperation.
What this will mean, in the immediate future, is an even further, complex interpolation of BRICS Plus with the already converging New Silk Roads, a.k.a. Belt and Road Initiative (BRI); the Eurasia Economic Union (EAEU); and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
All these economic/political vectors are advancing in sync. The SCO may be essentially focused on security, countering jihadism or even solving border disputes, but it has also been developing the economic cooperation front. India and Pakistan have become SCO full members this year. Iran, Afghanistan and Turkey are observers, and will soon become full members. Egypt and post-war Syria want in. The SCO’s geopolitical reach is fast becoming pan-Eurasian.
And that’s reflected, for instance, in the Xiamen Declaration proposing an “Afghan-led and Afghan-owned” peace and national reconciliation process, “including the Moscow Format of consultations” and the “Heart of Asia-Istanbul process.”
This means, essentially, the BRICS supporting not a surge of Pentagon troops but an all-Asian (and not Western) Afghan peace process brokered by the SCO, of which Afghanistan is an observer and future full member.
And this course of action once again graphically shows how the core of the BRICS is and will continue to be, what I call “RC”: the Russia-China strategic partnership.
It was RC, not by accident, that suggested the only possible solution for the Korean Peninsula stand off, that is “double freezing,” put forward by the Russian and Chinese Foreign Ministry in early July. Pyongyang ceases all missile launches and nuclear tests, Washington/Seoul cease their monster military exercises. Needless to say, the ‘War Party’ in Washington, as well as Trump’s generals, vetoed the idea.
But just as the BRICS wrapped it all up in Xiamen, the action started at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok; once again, all about economic convergence, focusing on Russia, China, Japan, Vietnam and crucially, both Koreas.
Enter RC, once again, as peace negotiators, able to practice diplomacy with both Pyongyang and Seoul at an international forum. RC – with Russia in the forefront – solved the Syrian tragedy. While RC has a plan for both Afghanistan and North Korea, the unipolars only have sanctions and bombs.
I have sketched elsewhere other aspects of BRICS, such as the current internal politico-economic tragedy in Brazil, as well as outsiders India-Japan pushing to counteract the BRICS/BRI/SCO convergence via an Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC).
But the holy of the holies – and it’s never enough to stress it – is what I call the Triple Win triad of the future: oil-yuan-gold. This is one of the prime outcomes of a strategy the BRICS have been discussing, behind closed doors, at their summits since the previous decade – when Lula was still Brazil’s president: how to bypass the US dollar.
President Putin has hinted at “the excessive domination of the limited number of reserve currencies” – code for US dollar unipolarity. Beijing now is stepping up the game via a crude oil futures contract priced in yuan and convertible into gold on both the Shanghai and Hong Kong exchanges.
That might as well represent the burial ritual for the US sanctions dementia. It’s a categorical imperative for Eurasia integration to be able to bypass any manifestations of this disease by trading energy in yuan or in their own, local, currencies.
In parallel, something RC, via the Central Bank of Russia and the People’s Bank of China, have been developing all these years – ruble-yuan swaps – will spread out to other BRICS/BRI/SCO members. The concept of trading in their own currencies will reach, of course, all number of aspiring BRICS Plus members.
The late Zbig ‘Grand Chessboard’ Brzezinski Doctrine – preventing, by all means, the emergence of a peer competitor – has long ago been pronounced dead. What we see instead is the emergence not only of a peer competitor, but an alliance of peer competitors (RC), with a geo-economic pull all across the Global South.
More than enough for any unipolar brain to go nuclear.
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