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Unconventional World War

Updated: Oct 27, 2023

According to Putin, globalists including Schwab and his close advisors are “legitimate military targets” because they have been actively attempting to seize power illegally via a globalist coup d’etat.”

So what this looks like to me is that Davos man has been called out and specifically identified as a threat — a “legitimate military target.

This is actually not all that surprising. Consider that Davos man controls the financial architecture (SWIFT system, Western banking cartel, for example). They are also the same clutch of Malthusianist sociopaths at the head of organizations such as the IMF, World Bank, and WHO.

Consider that they’ve been at war with Russia (eliminating them from both SWIFT and the banking systems and refusing to accept the Sputnik vaccine by the WHO).

This brings up a topic that many have asked me about.

What about CBDCs? How do we escape them? I don’t think we do. I don’t think we can. They provide a technological platform which is frankly superior to the existing financial systems architecture, and so they’ll be used one way or another.

What I don’t believe, however, is that we’ll have uniformity across this. That is, of course, what Davos man wants. They want a one world government, a single CBDC, and an ability to control absolutely everything via these mechanisms. It should therefore be obvious that Russia poses a threat to this utopian dystopian vision. As do any of its allies, of course.

While Davos man scrambles to put in place the techno surveillance state system which critically includes a CBDC but is insufficient without also a global “health pass” (they’re clearly not ready yet), the rest of the world and global South in particular see the writing on the wall and are rapidly moving away… as you would from a leper. And this brings us to the tool left to bring by sheer force all those recalcitrants back into the fold: the greenback. Weaponizing the dollar is the key, and with no other cards left to play, I think that we’ll likely see this take place.

Remember that about 90% of all cross border trades still have the greenback in play. Tightening monetary conditions may well cause pain in the US for consumers but even greater pain in emerging markets. Also remember the Fed don’t give two ishts in a bucket about people… or citizens of any country anywhere. They care solely about themselves and they see people simply as pawns on a chess board. Disposable where necessary.

I think therefore the outcome most likely is actually a strong dollar (albeit not in a straight line) with strong commodity (energy and metals) markets simultaneously. - Capitalist Exploits

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Col. Douglas MacGregor: We don’t have the means to rapidly ship a large force of 80 to 100,000 troops on the ground into the region, which means that we’re reliant on special forces and right now 2000 marines and perhaps 2000 special forces and special operations forces. That’s not going to make much of a dent. And as we’ve seen quite recently, within the last 24 hours or so, some of our Special Ops forces and Israeli Special Ops forces went into Gaza to reconnoiter to plan for where they might want to go to free hostages and make an impact. And they were shot to pieces and took heavy losses as I understand it. I think that’s where we’re headed and I don’t see that as a win for Israel in any way, shape or form.

Israel goes to war against the UN

Israel will deny visas to UN representatives because of Secretary General Guterres’ position on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict - Israel’s permanent representative to the UN Gilad Erdan.

Israel's permanent representative to the UN called on the organization's secretary general to resign immediately, calling him unsuitable to lead the UN

The Israeli Foreign Minister said that he will not meet with the UN Secretary General, he believes that in the region after the Hamas attack there is “no room for a balanced approach”

"We are now in a state of war. We have no tolerance for anti-war protesters , whether they are nurses, doctors, singers , it doesn't matter. They have no right to protest. "

The head of the Israeli police said that everyone who opposes the war and from a humanistic position in relation to the Gaza Strip will face the “iron fist” of Israeli law enforcement.

Israel Warns to Cut Off ‘the Head of the Snake’ — Threatens to Wipe Iran and Lebanon Off the Face of the Earth

In a no-holds-barred interview with the Daily Mail on Sunday, Israel’s Minister of Economy, Nir Barkat, said that Iran and Lebanon would be “wiped off the face of the earth” if Hezbollah, operating from Lebanon, joins the war against Israel.

In a bid to deter Iran from further intrusion, Barkat explicitly stated that Israel would not only “eliminate Hezbollah” if a ‘northern front’ is initiated but would also target Iran directly.

“The plan of Iran is to attack Israel on all fronts. If we find they intend to target Israel, we will not just retaliate to those fronts, but we will go to the head of the snake, which is Iran,” Barkat said.

“The Ayatollahs in Iran are not going to sleep good at night, we are going to make sure they pay a heavy price if, God forbid, they open the northern front.”

“If our enemies attack, we will wipe them out.

“Lebanon and Hezbollah are going to pay a heavy price, similar to what Hamas is going to pay. But that’s not enough.

“The very clear message is that we are going to be going after the heads of Iran as well. When will we do that? When we decide.

“Israel has a very clear message to our enemies. We are saying to them, look what’s happening in Gaza – you are going to get the same treatment if you attack us. We are going to wipe you off the face of the Earth,” he added.

The Daily Mail added that Mr. Barkat said Hezbollah “will not escalate without the order of Iran”, adding, “In many ways… Hezbollah is Iran.”

Western narrative exposed, what the headline says Vs what's inside the article:

- "They [Hamas] were very friendly towards them [the hostages] and that they took care of them, they were given medicine," her daughter translated.

- "The people were friendly, they kept the place very clean, they were very concerned about them," added daughter Sharone. "She's telling us about sharing food with the people [Hamas] when she first arrived, they told them they're Muslims and they're not going to hurt them."



The latest data shows that 29% of adult Americans have “not very much” trust in the media. However, as previously mentioned, another 39% of them have “none at all”. This is the highest percentage of US citizens with “zero trust” ever recorded and is 12% higher than it was in 2016. Back then, 41% of American adults described their trust in US media as “not very much”. Long-term data indicates that this decline, although constant over the last 50 years, has never been as steep as it is now. This is particularly true in regard to corporate media, the uniformity of which has become truly terrifying.

Interestingly (albeit unsurprisingly), the poll found a massive political divide when it comes to the trust in media narratives. Namely, approximately 58% of Democrats trust the US media, while the same is true for only a puny 11% of Republicans. The primary reason for such an unheard-of distrust from the GOP supporters might be the treatment of former US President Donald Trump.

The American publication claims that after conducting previously planned exercises in Oman, the 44th Naval Escort Group of the Chinese Navy, which included a guided missile destroyer, a frigate and a supply ship, has now relocated closer to the conflict zone.

The decision was made due to the escalation of the conflict between Israel and Palestine. According to journalists, Beijing fears that tensions in the region could escalate into a world war.

China also covers the relevant area,,,

Good chunk of US carrier groups have now moved into the Chinese DF-26 "carrier-killer" missile range from East Mediterranean to Guam.

842 staff members of EU institutions signed a letter warning that European support of Israel risks making the EU "lose all credibility" and expressing dismay at the "patent show of double-standard" on Gaza vs Ukraine.

📎 Irish Times

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TikToker Brit Says Firm Offered Bribe To Drop Palestine Support:

British TikToker Cara Watson, boasting around 170k subscribers, said that after she had a falling out with an unnamed brand over her Palestine support, the firm later offered her a payout for publicly denouncing Palestine on social media.

The tale follows an extensive report in Politico, saying that the Israeli government had “flooded social media,” in Europe specifically, in order to shape public opinion around its escalated conflict with Hamas.

War clouds on the horizon are never a good thing. They grow darker by the day the closer we get to the beachheads, airfields, deserts & jungles of our enemies. Deterrence is a mission & holds great promise when you are a winner. But when you award grades for participation in endless war, deterrence is like suiting up for a little league baseball game when you are about to face Genghis Kahn & his invading hordes. There are no similarities whatsoever. The kids came simply to play baseball & Genghis & his warriors came to kill & are more than prepared to die for their cause…a cause the majority of Americans have little to no understanding of.

Ask yourself, how many aircraft carriers did we deploy in the last 20 plus years of war in Afghanistan & Iraq & what did we achieve? War is a failure of policy & strategic leadership (PERIOD). Yes, there are failures on all battlefields, but that is not where or why wars fail. They fail due to a number of primarily political reasons.

First, most failures surround the total misunderstanding of your adversary’s political, military, & religious goals, their culture & purpose, as well as their capacity & capability to sustain a prolonged war.

Next are the immense problems of fighting on terrain NOT of your choosing. Politically & strategically having to fight “over there” places today’s US forces at a massive disadvantage. Just consider in isolation, the past twenty plus years of costly, losing efforts in Afghanistan & Iraq. To place a finer point on this, you might “deter” certain actions (not all) from the sea, but you must conquer the land to dominant your enemies.

Lastly, you must understand your own political & strategic landscape & abilities, your population, as well as the manufacturing capacity & capability your nation possesses (relying on China to produce everything is just plain dumb). A nation’s leader (in our case our POTUS / Commander in Chief) must also have supreme confidence the nation stands firmly behind him as their leader. When a POTUS has the confidence and willingness of the American people, that powerful combination sustained overtime, is unbeatable.

Sadly, I don’t believe for a second this POTUS has gained the confidence necessary nor has sought the willingness of the American people to join yet another war. Americans know we are still reeling from the losses of massive amounts of political, financial, & military resources from decades of what appear to be endless political failure overseas. And the many political lies just since 9/11 have caused a healthy skepticism in Americans that has only been exacerbated over time. And more important, our American citizens are exhausted by the endless assault on our homeland by invading hordes, unprecedented levels of crime on our streets, a collapsing economy, our very own federal government using a distorted version of the “rule of law” to go after political enemies (grassroots to a former POTUS).

Many are also frightened from the uncertainty that our constitutional republic is even viable any longer (for instance, a majority don’t trust our elections anymore). In the end, these above points are theories based on reality, history and experience. They date back many millennium & there are similarities that run across all empires. Those empires that had a proper sense of their adversary, the nature of the wars they faced & an understanding of themselves did better, lasted longer, but in time, their empires still collapsed.

There does exist a healthy respect between warriors and adversary states. That respect is from demonstrated behavior over time. I’m concerned that our behavior, our actions & our will are not nearly at a level our nation now requires to continue to be the leader of the free world. I pray I’m wrong. Finally, pray for our men and women in uniform. They, especially our youngest, pay the ultimate sacrifice for the failure of leadership

Thanks for reading & God bless America

Hamas Terrorists Offered $10,000 and an Apartment to Those Who Brought Hostages Back to Gaza

According to one Hamas terrorist, “whoever brings a hostage back [to Gaza] gets $10,000 and an apartment.” This alarming disclosure suggests a premeditated and organized effort to kidnap civilians, with rewards offered as an added motivation.

The terrorists were given explicit instructions to target the most vulnerable members of society: the elderly, women, and children. This is a clear violation of international law and human rights.

The level of brutality described by the terrorists is almost unimaginable. They were ordered to “clean the houses” and abduct as many civilians as possible. This brutality extended even to shooting innocent pets. “Her dog came out, I shot him,” said one Hamas terrorist on video. The terrorists admitted to taking selfies with a 15-year-old girl they had kidnapped. Furthermore, they reshot victims, even after they were deceased. “Her body was lying on the floor, I shot her. The commander yelled at me why am I wasting bullets on a corpse,” said one of the terrorists.

The price of one 155 mm shell during the Ukrainian conflict rose from 2 thousand to 8 thousand euros, said the head of the NATO military committee Rob Bauer.

So the price of the German concern Rheinmetall of 3.6 thousand per shell, which Welt wrote about, can still be called very budgetary.

Bauer also spoke about the problem of discrepancies in production standards - 14 alliance countries have the right to produce such shells at their discretion. Against this background, the admiral called for improving standardization so that there is interchangeability.

Stoltenberg, against the backdrop of rising prices for ammunition in NATO countries, called on industry representatives to “show responsibility” and not increase the cost of shells.

“The challenge here is that when we increase demand, we want more supply, not higher prices ,” said the alliance’s secretary general.

The USS Gerald R Ford, which was recently deployed closer to Israel, will reportedly be transitioning to an advanced laser defense system. The lasers, which travel at the speed of light, are able to burn holes through enemy assets like drones. Firing a single laser beam costs between $1 and $10. For comparison, a defensive missile can cost between $1 million - $10 million. The lasers, which were first tested in 2014, were introduced to combat China's latest hypersonic missiles. The Navy will soon be testing the Hellcat, High Energy Laser Counter Anti-Ship Cruise Missile, a 300-kilowatt laser that would be able to counter a hypersonic weapon. It is unclear if the aircraft carrier is currently equipped with one of the lower kilowatt laser systems.

France proposes creating a regional and international coalition to fight Hamas - Macron

🇻🇪🇬🇾Venezuela proposes the creation of a state to annex the area in dispute with Guyana

The National Electoral Council (CNE) of Venezuela announced this Monday the questions that citizens will answer in the consultative referendum on December 3.

Venezuelans will decide whether or not they agree “with the creation of the Guayana Esequiba state” and that “an accelerated plan be developed for the comprehensive care of the current and future population of that territory that includes, among others, the granting of citizenship and Venezuelan identity card,” indicated the president of the CNE, Elvis Amoroso.


Israel’s desire for its citizens not to be hit by enemy missile attacks is understandable. Yet this aversion to losses — more pronounced than their adversaries’ — seems impossible to maintain in the face of the current threat. At some point Israel will run low on air defence, at which point it will be vulnerable to missile attacks in a well-stocked region.

The American announcement to deliver Patriots and THAADs signals that Western military leaders understand this reality. But it is not clear that those outside of military circles do. If a war kicks off in Israel, it won’t be a limited war. The whole of Israeli society will be pulled in, facing a constant threat of large, sophisticated missiles overhead. Too many Western commentators seem to think that Israel can simply send troops into the Gaza Strip and crush Hamas. But once one understands the military and logistical picture, this simplistic narrative begins to break down.

This guy just had a meeting with Putin and then he was suddenly fired by Xi....

In another mysterious major shake-up at the highest defense and political levels under Xi Jinping, China’s Defense Minister Li Shangfu has been fired Tuesday, making him the second high-profile official to be sacked without any official reason offered.

It follows the surprise ouster of Foreign Minister Qin Gang in July, which was also met with intense speculation and rumors of a broader political crackdown toward ensuring total pro-Xi loyalty. In the case of now former defense chief Li Shangfu, he hadn't been seen public since late August, after only being appointed to the post the prior March.

Additionally, NYT notes that "The removal of the defense minister also followed an abrupt shake-up in August in the leadership of China’s nuclear force, the highest-level upheaval in China’s military in recent years." As for the fired foreign minister Qin Gang, Western press has dubbed Qin the former "high-flying favorite" of President Xi Jinping, given he had played point man for the early in the summer important visit by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, which was an attempt to rescue spiraling US-China relations. Qin has actually been further demoted as of this week:

Like the now removed defense minister, Qin's rise had been rapid and brief. FT had pointed out in July that "Qin had a meteoric rise from his appointment as Chinese ambassador to the US in 2021 to foreign minister and a member of China’s cabinet, the State Council, in March"—but soon after "disappeared" from public view.

Former speaker of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, transgender Sarah decided to de-transition after being expelled from Ukraine.

The Biden administration’s National Tobacco Youth Survey for 2023 asks middle and high school students to disclose their sexual orientation and whether or not they are questioning their gender identity.

The survey is distributed annually by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention’s Office on Smoking and Health to gauge the progress of “comprehensive tobacco prevention and control programs” for youth in the U.S., according to the CDC website.

In 2020, changes were made to include a question asking if any students identified as gay, lesbian, bisexual or “something else,” according to documents from the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

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