Old habits die hard. Often, they neither benefit ourselves or others.
Thirty thousand Americans die each year as a result of taking medicines prescribed by their doctors. Ten times that number need hospital treatment because of the adverse reactions produced by medicine.
Daily Telegraph (London) 29th January 1976, p19, col1,
quoting the Boston Collaborative Drug Surveillance Programme.
Learning How to Learn, p203 Idries Shah
Before proceeding, a big thank you to Brendon O’Connell III for highlighting the importance of a least attaching a brief summary of what is contained in the latest article. I didn’t do that for the last article ‘Making Connections’ which probably resulted in fewer readers.
For a number of years Brendon has his own alt-media channel at You Tube where he is careful to avoid terminology that will alert techno-censorship. He focuses a lot of attention on the role of Israel in the global crime syndicate. All of his broadcasts end with a short clip of the late William ‘Bill’ Cooper one of the first publicists of government and deep state criminality. Cooper was shot dead by ‘US law enforcement’ in 2001.
‘Making Connections’, a long read, has received a few edits since publication just two weeks ago. It seems like two years given the number of edits and additions that could have been made as at this time the main subject seems to be a constant focus of alt-media attention. As some of you will know the centrepiece of the article was an attempt to summarise the current conflict taking place on the territory popularly termed as Ukraine and how it relates to an ethnic group known as Khazars, who originated in that region over 1000 years ago.
In today’s article there are a few more references to the Khazars and their relationship to current global events. There are also updates on the situation in Ukraine, David Martin, 5G and Easter and includes links.
Russophobe Zbigniew Brzezinski is one of these terribly sad men who despite obvious superior intellectual ability did little or nothing in his life to benefit his fellow men. Apparently, one of his most avowed intentions was to separate Ukraine from Russia at all costs. Since the end of the Soviet period this has been a priority of American foreign policy, the reason why the United States has been training and arming Ukraine for a war against Russia for years. Given these facts, it is difficult to call on the West to be rational, but if the ‘United States’ does not change its course of action, the world is in great danger.
It was Brzezinski that exclaimed, with Ukraine, Russia is an international superpower, without Ukraine, just a regional lightweight. This should tell us a great deal about those in power recently in Ukraine. Surely any Ukrainian with an ounce of common sense recognises the most intelligent course for their country is as the senior and critical partner of Russia. Is the lure of US dollars so tantalising as to obscure the obvious? I have met many highly educated and intelligent Ukrainians until they are faced with the Russian question and then a fog descends obscuring their ability to think objectively.
Let’s not forget what we were able to conclude in ‘Making Connections’, the probability that those of Khazarian descent in the US and their undoubted connection with Israel have substantial influence in the region. Another clue in respect of the possible outcome of current events is the diplomatic position of Israel as the only major ‘western nation’ that has, so far, refused to directly provide weapons to Ukraine.
It has been recently speculated that east Ukraine, Khazaria, is being deliberately cleared of population for re-settlement of large numbers of people from Israel and potentially from other Jewish communities. This is a beautiful fertile area of the planet around the sea-going River Dniepr. One of the ‘Making Connections’ edits was a photograph of the world’s largest Jewish community centre coincidentally in the city of Dnipro or Dnipropetrosvsk in the heart of this region.
I learned during conversations in Ukraine 20 years ago that at the time of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution the population was allegedly 90 million. Now it is less than half that number. The central area of the country mentioned in the previous paragraph perhaps the most depopulated. I have covered the subject of land theft in previous articles. Removing people from the land and relocating them in cities is one of the most de-humanising processes. The original template for this process in modern times can be traced to the early 1600’s in Britain with the commencement of the Enclosures Act and formation of the British East India trading Company. Read Charter of the Forest
The article ‘Making Connections’ was partly a mild introduction to the subject of Khazaria. It was two contributors at the website Veterans Today, Mike Harris and Preston James who in 2015 first coined the term Khazarian Mafia when they published an article entitled ‘ The Hidden History of the Incredibly Evil Khazarian Mafia’. In a recent interview, Mike Harris states that the article now has over 100 million views. Watch here. My apologies for the hostess/interviewer, Sarah Westall who at times interrupts Mike. You might also wish to skip the opening 5-10 minutes of each video which she uses for sales and self-promotion.
A scorpion wants to cross a river but cannot swim, so it asks a frog to carry it across. The frog hesitates, afraid that the scorpion might sting it, but the scorpion promises not to, pointing out that it would drown if it killed the frog in the middle of the river. The frog considers this argument sensible and agrees to transport the scorpion. Midway across the river, the scorpion stings the frog anyway, dooming them both. The dying frog asks the scorpion why it stung despite knowing the consequence, to which the scorpion replies: “I am sorry, but I couldn’t resist the urge. It’s in my nature.”
In Britain today there are still a few institutions including government and also private individuals displaying their virtuous support for Ukraine. Rather than waving the flag of a country which they have little or no true knowledge, those who genuinely care about the suffering of ‘we the people’ in Ukraine might discover praying quietly in private or making anonymous charitable donations, is more beneficial to us all.
Before leaving the subject of charity it should be noted that charitable donations of food and clothing transported to Eastern Europe are routinely resold by local mafias at the point where the contributors imagine their donations are freely distributed. I have witnessed this personally at numerous locations. Vulgar public charity is commonplace among western expat communities seeking to persuade locals that ‘they care’. This cynical posturing was an ever present in Kiev during the early 2000’s and as far as I understand little had changed to the present time. Matthew Chapter 6, 1-13.
It unfortunately escapes everyone’s attention that since 2014 the group posing as a government in Ukraine, horribly indebted to the planets most vile financial predators, have, largely unreported by western mainstream media, been persecuting and murdering their own population in the south east of the country. This is not so different from events we found so abhorrent in Rwanda. It is sometimes difficult to calmly accept the ignorance of those who simply accept state propaganda that creates elephants from flies and vice versa whenever expedient to them and their masters. In these situations we should try to remember that anger is a punishment we give to our-self, for somebody else’s mistake.
Today it was announced on several alt-media websites that approximately 1000 Ukrainian marines had the wit to surrender at Mariupol in Donbass, south Ukraine. Soon they will return to their families, we hope in a country where those that would persecute them for saving their own lives will no longer have influence. Locals in Mariupol are beginning to speak out about the intimidation and persecution they have suffered since 2014 in a city garrisoned by the most fanatical Russian hating Ukrainians. Read reports here.
You will no doubt observe that in some sections of the article Sean becomes quite emotional. That said given the details, it is hardly surprising. I first noted five years ago that an extraordinary number of people with expertise in this field were deeply concerned by the threat posed by 5G to human safety and welfare. Since then little appears to have changed as those in authority continue to ignore serious warnings.
It is to say the least perplexing to observe the reckless action of those in the ‘communication business’ but hardly surprising given that mindless preoccupation with material advantage is largely our default setting. One of Principia’s latest articles reveals that a large United States ‘renewable energy’ provider was responsible for the death of 150 bald eagles.
You will have noticed frequent references to David Martin at Pispascana. On April 2nd at Brandon, Florida he gave another wonderful presentation.
He talks about his aim of participating in the end of inhumanity and the dawn of humanity describing how ‘we the people’ have enjoyed basic human rights for a mere 8 months in the last 2000 years. My greatest disappointment watching was the recognition that David’s live audience was relatively small and largely asleep as in my opinion there were several moments during the presentation the audience should have been on their feet applauding without reservation. This speech is worthy to be watched by millions its content what we should expect from anybody in a responsible position of leadership and authority. Watch here.
This evening at sunset I will commence another Easter Fast. Some time ago I recognised from the writing of Samael Aun Weor, George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff and my own personal experience that Lent is the period of the year when in the northern hemisphere the fire of nature is rising and consequently red meat, which inflames the fire within us, is in general unnecessary for us at a time when we are receiving that sustenance directly from our natural environment. I also choose to abstain from any meat at that time of year. Pork was removed from my diet over a decade ago. I now also tend to avoid chicken. Without exploring the esoteric justifications for avoiding these meats, I would draw attention to the fact that these particular species tend to be the most intensively reared on an industrial scale and are also partly for that reason most susceptible to disease. Frequently and in many cases as standard practice these species receive antibiotics in their feedstuffs. I can say this categorically from many years personal experience in the animal feed industry. In 1991 my family owned the first animal feed business on earth to openly declare the ingredients of animal feed. The only white meat I eat infrequently is fresh cold-water fish. Two or three times a year I eat a little prime quality red meat. Quite often on Easter Day. In Crimea we roasted one of our own home-raised ducks or geese.
The Easter fast is performed in silence, no computers or smart phones and consists of abstaining from all food and drink other than fresh water starting from sunset on Thursday night, this year 14th April, until sunrise on Sunday morning 17th April. The fast is usually broken with boiled eggs, a sweet bread and green tea. Blessings to all participants.
Wishing you all a peaceful and inspirational Easter.