Sunday, May 20, 2018



by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:

For years I’ve been arguing that there is a GMO geopolitics going on in the world, as European and American agribusiness cartels – think only of IG Farbensanto, my nickname for the whole GMO-food control project, recently made a reality by German giant Bayer buying out American Monsanto (in cash!) – try to gain control of the world’s food supply through patented seeds, and while other countries, Russia and India, have resisted. I’ve been arguing that Russia’s growing stance against GMOs would position it as the world’s biggest non-GMO food supplier. This article, shared by Mr. B., makes it abundantly clear that this is exactly what is in Mr. Putin’s mind:

A Russian Nightmare For Mueller – Special Counsel Trial Lawyer Woefully Unprepared To Actually Prosecute The Indicted ‘Russians’

by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:

Having failed to indict even one American with actual collusion with Russia in regards to the 2016 presidential election, with others charged on a variety of issues that had nothing to do with the original Special Counsel mandate of probing collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to sway a presidential election, Team Mueller decided to indict 13 Russian individual and three Russian companies, in what many thought was an attempt to justify the millions in taxpayer money the special counsel has spent to date.

The reason many speculated that it was nothing more than “show” to indict 13 Russian companies and three Russian individuals is because, as legal experts highlighted at the time, none of the individual or entities were subject to U.S. law, or our court systems, so to Robert Mueller and his “dream team,” it was a slam dunk, indict them, slap the notches on the bedpost, so to speak, and call it a day…..until one of the Russian companies, Concord Management and Consulting, LLC, decide to hire two Washington based lawyers, and have team Mueller put up (try the case) or shut up (drop the charges.)

NYT Leakers CONFIRM FBI Ran ‘Spy Operation’ Against Trump Campaign

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

Leakers have confirmed to the New York Times that the Federal Bureau of Investigation ran a spy operation against the Trump campaign. This covert spy operation involved government informants, secret subpoenas, and possible wiretaps.

“The F.B.I. obtained phone records and other documents using national security letters — a secret type of subpoena — officials said. And at least one government informant met several times with Mr. Page and Mr. Papadopoulos,” the Times reported, citing “current and former officials.”

All 34 Bishops In Chile Suddenly Resign Over “Absolutely Deplorable” Pedophile Priest Scandal


from ZeroHedge:

All 34 bishops in Chile have tendered their resignations in the wake of yet another pedophile priest scandal in which high level officials covered up the institutionalized sexual abuse of minors – even threatening officials tasked with investigating sex crimes and the destruction of evidence.

Thirty-one active bishops and three who are signed a document with their offers to resign following an emergency meeting this week with Pope Francis. Francis can accept the resignations one by one, reject them outright or delay a decision.

The Longer Washington Stays In, the More Drugs Fly Out of Afghanistan

by Martin Berger, New Eastern Outlook:

According to the data released by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, some 30 million people across the world may be described as habitual drug users. These means that all of these people are not just addicted to drugs but they also need professional treatment. Due to the ever increasing volume of illegal drug trafficking, a total of 100,000 people die every year. Since 2011, Europe has witnessed a 30% increase in cocaine users, while the worldwide opium production increased by 33% last year in comparison with the previous one.

The continuous smuggling of drugs enriches terrorists and strengthens extremist groups that pose a real threat to the peace and security of the international community.

Videos: Dissidents Revolt Against Torture in Venezuela’s Shopping Mall-Turned-Prison

by Frances Martel, Breitbart:

Political prisoners being held in Caracas’ Helicoide prison – once destined to be the capital’s largest shopping mall, but now home to over 50 political dissidents – began protesting against the regime and demanding their freedom Tuesday night, prompting a violent response from Venezuela’s secret police (Sebin).

Among the political prisoners are Daniel Ceballos, the former mayor of western San Cristóbal; General Ángel Vivas, arrested for refusing to follow orders from Hugo Chávez; student opposition leader Lorent Saleh; and American hostage Joshua Holt, arrested for allegedly planning a revolution on behalf of Washington. Relatives of those imprisoned began assembling outside of the prison Wednesday night, announcing they would not leave the area until their loved ones were free.

Venezuelan Government Seized Kellogg’s Factory After Closure: A Recipe For Failure


by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

The socialist Venezuelan government has seized a closed Kellogg’s factory and decided to make the perfect storm for failure out of their theft. The government has handed control of the factory over to the workers who will attempt to continue to produce Kellogg’s products.

Hold your laughter, because this actually happened. According to the BBC, the move comes as Kellogg’s announced it was pulling out of the dystopian communist country because of the worsening economic situation brought on by the disturbing socialist policies of President Nicolas Maduro.

An Interview With Anonymous On OpRussia Against The Death Of Anonymity And Censoring Of Encryption

by Aaron Kesel, Activist Post:

On May 10th, 2018, the hacktivist group Anonymous attacked the official website of Russia’s Federal Agency for International Cooperation (Rossotrudnichestvo) by hacking and defacing its subdomain against the ongoing censorship in the country, citing the recent ban on the encrypted messaging app Telegram.

To recap, last month the Telegram app (along with 16 million IP addresses) was blocked in the country after the company declined a court-ordered request to hand over encryption keys of its users to Federal Security Service (FSB) of Russia.

Last month, Roskomnadzor, Russia’s equivalent of the FCC, began telling mobile networks that they had to block access to Telegram.

Caught Up In The Crossfire! Things are Going QUANTUM! #NewQ

from Neon Revolt:

One of the ways I know Q is a team, and not just one person, is the sheer volume of information going on in the drops.

QTeam just don’t stop – even when I do! Seriously, I’m not feeling too hot today (and in truth, I probably did it to myself. I recently went full Keto, and what can I say? Carb-flu is a very real phenomenon. Combine that with the intense workouts I’ve been doing lately, and yeah, I might have overdone it just a tad).

So I’m going to be leaning heavily on previous research done by anons already. If you’re up-to-date, this article might not be as ground-shaking as what I typically like to produce, but it will still be a good resource, and worth the read.

“We Now Have Urban Ebola” In Congo, WHO Warns Of “Potentially Explosive Increase” In Cases

from Zero Hedge:

Experts fear an “explosive increase” in Ebola cases after an outbreak in Congo entered a “new phase” and spread from the countryside to a city.

The BBC reports that Health Minister Oly Ilunga Kalenga confirmed a case in Mbandaka, a city of a million people about 130km (80 miles) from the area where the first cases were confirmed earlier this month.

The city is a major transportation hub with routes to the capital Kinshasa.

Forty-four people have been infected and 23 people are known to have died.