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Saturday, March 28, 2015

BRICS, Enlightening Dark Age, Putin, China, SCO, Space and Space Secrets.. pricks!

"PREVIEW: New Silk Road Leads to the Future of Mankind · Introduction to Updated World Land-Bridge Report"
" When the authors of this study decided last year to set out a new concept for peace in the 21st Century, by producing a revised version of the World Land-Bridge program—23 years after the first proposal for the Eurasian Land-Bridge—it was their intention not only to provide a concept for reconstruction of the world economy, but to present a war-avoidance strategy in the context of an acute strategic crisis at the same time."
" For in the intervening years, the danger of an intentional—or even an accidental—thermonuclear world war has grown dramatically. The attempt, fed by geopolitical motives, to associate Ukraine with the EU, and thus bring it, de facto, into the NATO sphere of influence, has triggered a series of escalating confrontations, which, in the worst case, could end in the extinction of the human race..."
The following is the Introduction, authored by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, to an upcoming EIR Special Report on the World Land-Bridge
Translated from German by Paul Gallagher
A New Paradigm
for the Survival of
Second in a
Series of Historic
Schiller Institute
New York City
January 26, 2013" "

Petition - The U.S. Must Join the BRICS !!!
"March 27, 2015 · As leading European nations continue to add their name to the list of founding members of the Chinese-initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the growing international campaign for the United States to follow suit and join the BRICS, as called for in the Schiller Institute petition, has become more timely and urgent than ever. The latest signators on this petition include General Secretary of Italy's Lega Nord Party, Matteo Salvini, Chairman of the Lega Group at the Lombardy Regional Council in Milan, Massimiliano Romeo, Member of the European Parliment Tony Iwobi and more!

Now totaling over 300 names, the list of endorsements includes prominent politicians, businessman, academics, scientists and artists from over twenty countries, who have all publicly endorsed this resolution calling on the U.S. and Europe to collaborate with the BRICS nations in the interest of peace and economic development. The resolution, sponsored by the Schiller Institute, was issued in response to the offer of China's President Xi Jinping for the United States to join China's New Silk Road development program and abandon the policies of confrontation with particularly Russia and China."
July 22—In mid-July, as the planet was being wracked by growing war horrors in eastern Ukraine, Iraq, and Gaza, and by economic depression caused by the death throes of the trans-Atlantic financial system, heads of state representing half of humanity gathered in Brazil and took the first steps toward creating a New World Economic Order.
The leaders of the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa), met on July 16 in Fortaleza for the VI BRICS Summit, and the next day they were joined by the heads of state of South America in the capital city Brasilia. The BRICS account for 43% of the world's population and 27% of the planet's land area; when Ibero-America is added in, they jointly represent 48% of the human race, and one third of the Earth's land area (Figure 1)."
"The BRICS and allies are building a world system based on real value, not phony paper value," LaRouche stated July 18.

"They are deciding what real value is, and they are imposing it, which is the cost of the productive powers of labor in a changing situation."

The underlying problem that we have to deal with today, LaRouche elaborated, is the "asymmetry of value in the world," which is coming from two distinct systems that are operating with a different logic and different metrics: They are totally incompatible.

"The first system is the trans-Atlantic system. "These bastards," LaRouche stated, "who hold pieces of paper that they say are worth quadrillions, and they're prepared to kill for that," as the case of Argentina's battle against the vulture funds shows, as does the pro-vulture ruling of the Aristotelian idiot otherwise known as Justice Antonin Scalia of the U.S. Supreme Court. What these people are holding, this paper, LaRouche added, is absolutely worthless. "It's like taking rags out of a bucket and trying to sell them"; or even worse, it's just the promise of future delivery of derivatives on those rags, that they're saying actually has value.

This is the dead hand of the past, trying to stop humanity from creating any future for itself."

"On the other side, we have an emerging system, incompatible with the first, which is building a market based on real value. And real value, LaRouche elaborated, comes from, and is measured by, the development of the productive powers of labor—that is, through the introduction of scientifically created new technologies, implementing productive processes which increase the energy-flux density through the physical economy in such fashion as to immensely increase the productive powers of labor. That new system will create a process whereby the increase in energy-flux density will itself increase at an accelerating rate."

"The decisive strategic question today, LaRouche concluded, is whether the United States will join that emerging New World Economic Order, or will remain joined at the hip to the British Empire—as it is under the impeachable President Barack Obama—and bring destruction down upon itself and the rest of the world. The same existential issue faces Europe."
By Dennis Small
Seattle -
"New Dark Age or Renaissance? The BRICS Option: The Only Sure Way Out of World War Three"
"Two systems are presently before the world. The first promises chaos, economic poverty, slavery and war; the second promises harmony, economic prosperity, freedom and peace."

" Today's BRICS economic alternative echoes the anti-imperial economic policy that Alexander Hamilton established in the George Washington Administration by 1791: humanity comes before debt. Society's wealth must be concentrated in creative, productive physical work, and withdrawn from speculation. If Hamilton were alive today, he would insist that the citizens of the United States rekindle the spirit of 1776, rise up against the bankrupt policies of London, Wall Street, and Washington, and take back their government by joining the BRICS. Vladimir Putin, in his recent announcement that Russia has now officially ratified its participation in the $100 billion BRICS New Development Bank"

"Wall Street is bankrupt, not only morally, but financially. The $1.7 quadrillion gambling debt ($1700 trillion and counting) can never be paid."

"discovering jointly with other nations the secrets of the physical universe, especially through space exploration, including the "Strategic Defense of Earth" against incoming asteroids, the U.S. would find a "harmony of interests" with China and Russia that would render war obsolete. The BRICS option, in short, is the only sure way out of extinction, or a civilizational Dark Age"

"The United States must have the courage to walk away from the false god of Wall Street fake money, and join the BRICS, before miscalculation, or madness, "lets loose the dogs of thermonuclear war."

"Man is mankind's only true measure of the history of our Solar system, and what reposes within it. That is the same thing, as the most honored meaning and endless achievement of the human species, now within nearby Solar space, heading upward to mastery over the Sun and its Solar system, the one discovered (uniquely, as a matter of fact), by Johannes Kepler.
A Fusion economy, is the presently urgent next step for man's gains of power within the Solar system, and, later, beyond. "
 China and Russia being part of the powerful SCO faction and the powerful BRICS faction are signing gas deal. Does this mean Russia will no?
longer rely on exporting gas to the EU and can cut gas to the EU?
Yes, it means that Russia would no longer rely so heavily on exporting gas to the EU, and its trade with the EU will diminish to the extent its trade with other countries of the SCO & BRIC will increase.
Political Onlooker

(small tone, to show media image and retorics from another corners)  Original Sin Takes a New Extraterrestrial Twist

He who follows the right way follows it only for the good of his own soul: and he who goes astray, goes astray only to his own loss. And no bearer of burden shall bear the burden of another. (Al Quran 17:16)
And then there’s the suspicious timing. The MH17 tragedy happened two days after the BRICS announced an antidote to the IMF and the World Bank, bypassing the US dollar. And just as Israel “cautiously” advances its new invasion/slow motion ethnic cleansing of Gaza. Malaysia, by the way, is the seat of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission, which has found Israel guilty of crimes against humanity.
Washington, of course, does profit. What the Empire of Chaos gets in this case is a ceasefire (so the disorganized, battered Kiev militias may be resupplied); the branding of Eastern Ukrainians as de facto “terrorists” (as Kiev, Dick Cheney-style, always wanted); and unlimited mud thrown over Russia and Putin in particular until Kingdom Come. Not bad for a few minutes’ work. As for NATO, that’s Christmas in July.
From now on, it all depends on Russian intelligence. They have been surveying/tracking everything that happens in Ukraine 24/7. In the next 72 hours, after poring over a lot of tracking data, using telemetry, radar and satellite tracking, they will know which type of missile was launched, where from, and even produce communications from the battery that launched it. And they will have access to forensic evidence.
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The New Humans: How advanced extraterrestrial intelligences are preparing the human psyche to accept their presence on our planet

Mary Rodwell presented testimony from over 1600 cases she has collated that indicates how advanced extraterrestrial intelligences are preparing the human psyche to accept their presence on our planet. Evidence of complex extraterrestrial programs, which will enable us to interact with and communicate with them, as well as understand our place in the cosmos.
This involves downloads of data such as our true genetic origins, using our psi skills with advanced technology, manipulation of matter, astrophysics and healing. Coupled with genetic, and spiritual programs for awakening of human consciousness, to assist humanity to evolve into a fully functional multidimensional human, Homo Noetics. The New Humans.

From same source:


The equation of the Positive Future is Positive Future = Positive Timeline + Unity Consciousness. Unity Consciousness is “We are One”. Duality Consciousness is “I win, you lose”. Creating a positive future requires allowing Unity Consciousness leaders to come into power and rejecting leaders in duality consciousness. Thus it is important to examine if Putin is in Unity or Duality Consciousness – If he is a deep deceiver or a real Saviour.
This is why Pope Bergoglio is now moving behind BRICS and supporting PUTIN.
" Putin is Obama’s handler in a long-term Soviet strategy that has shredded the American republic and is taking it down... "

So some ower the top madness about BRICS, Putin and Underworld Order:
" Alfred Webre: Positive Timeline, BRICS, Money, Putin & the Omniverse "
(a lot of links)
( But where is all the fact docs about all this namechange and... great thing to believe, for uniting owertake .. as in the end it matters what people believe. And people CAN be made to belive weird things.. first seed is needed to grow and totall loss of trust by few strong factors. To implement, to increase value of new truths.)

""In 1987, Webre produced and hosted "The Instant of Cooperation", the first live radio broadcast between USA and the then Soviet Union, carried live by Gosteleradio and NPR satellite on WBAI-FM."
 " Webre was a member of the Governor's Emergency Taskforce on Earthquake Preparedness for the state of California between 1980 & 1982.  Between 1982–1987, he was a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Delegate at the United Nations in New York.[citation needed] He was involved with the Communications Coordination Committee for the United Nations, with the UNISPACE Outer Space Conference (Vienna) and involved with the United Nations Second Special Session on Disarmament. In 1983, Webre joined the New York State Legislative Institute as Senior Fellow. "
" He is a founding director of Canada's No Weapons in Space Campaign (NOWIS) established in 2002.[10] In 2004, he created the Campaign for Cooperation in Space (CCIS), an international organization where he works with others to prevent the weaponization of space "

(pehaps he knows Cia fellows well also starting from radio times)

And with one foot more among people considered not so sane:
" State of the Nation: President Putin" Talk

"" Do you know why Russia is going to win the conflict with the US? Because Obama is playing golf, and Putin plays chess... I think Putin will be remembered by the history as one of the greatest statesman ever walking on this planet."

"And people talking about BRICS like they are the good guys lmao when they are some of the most corrupt nations on the planet & literally treat their people like shit...if you dont believe me you need to take a visit to India or Brazil sometime I mean I think ive heard it all now!
BRICS is a Goldman Sachs creation FFS!!"
"I posted his NWO speech from a Russian source, hes definitely more of the same.
Hes not telling you much about the real players & corporate structure that owns governments & politicians. Making Billlions out of these phony wars & printing fiat money out of thin air for their ponsi scheme.
He doesnt mention groups like Bilderberg & club of Rome, Knights of Malta, CFR, Trilateral commission..

"Ironic Russia will get rid of a statue of Steve Jobs because his replacement CEO is gay. Yet we have paedo statues..."

" They are all for making smaller states , splitting and fractioning bigger states. They've done so countless times in history.
They broke up the Ottoman Empire
The Russian empire
Austria Hungarian empire
Attempted with Vietnam
Attempted with the USA even
Are currently attempting with
Iraq, Syria, Libya
They've literally attempted to split apart almost every country in Africa to MAKE THEM WEAKER.
Smaller, less centralized states or communities ARE WEAK, and are more seceptible to foreign domination. "

" So is Logos saying that every single country in the world is working with the NWO.
I have given him examples of many countries with political controlled economies that were invaded, and destroyed by the elites. You don't invade, destroy countries, murder their leaders, and set up new economic systems of countries that ARE ALREADY WORKING FOR YOU.
The bottom line is that they only like "centralized control" and "political economies" IF THEY ARE IN CONTROL OF IT. They certainly do not like it if an independent group is in control of it, and that is the weakness of Logos argument.
His whole argument is a pathetic joke. It's kindergarten logic. He's basically saying "Because one police officer is corrupt, that means they are all corrupt, and there are no good police officers." How stupid of an argument is that ?  "

Confessions of a Monopolist By Frederic C. Howe

" The new movements which appeared in the middle years of the century, Ingsoc in Oceania, Neo-Bolshevism in Eurasia, Death-Worship, as it is commonly called, in Eastasia, had the conscious aim of perpetuating unfreedom and inequality. These new movements, of course, grew out of the old ones and tended to keep their names and pay lip-service to their ideology. But the purpose of all of them was to arrest progress and freeze history at a chosen moment. "
( by Emmanuel Goldstein
(The 'Book within a Book' from George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four)

Asia times
"It's been a long and winding road since Yekaterinburg in 2009, at their first summit, up to the BRICS's long-awaited counterpunch against the Bretton Woods consensus - the IMF and the World Bank - as well as the Japan-dominated (but largely responding to US priorities) Asian Development Bank (ADB).

The BRICS Development Bank - with an initial US$50 billion in capital - will be not only BRICS-oriented, but invest in infrastructure projects and sustainable development on a global scale. The model is the Brazilian BNDES, which supports Brazilian companies investing across Latin America"

The development bank should be headquartered in Shanghai - although Mumbai has forcefully tried to make its case (for an Indian take on the BRICS strategy, see here )

Way beyond economy and finance, this is essentially about geopolitics - as in emerging powers offering an alternative to the failed Washington consensus. Or, as consensus apologists say, the BRICS may be able to "alleviate challenges" they face from the "international financial system". The strategy also happens to be one of the key nodes of the progressively solidified China-Russia alliance, recently featured via the gas "deal of the century" and at the St. Petersburg economic forum.

In this piece, La Stampa's Claudio Gallo introduces what could be the defining issue of the times: how neoliberalism - ruling directly or indirectly most of the world - is producing a disastrous anthropological mutation that is plunging us all into global totalitarianism (while everyone swears by their "freedoms").

No wonder the hegemonic Masters of the Universe gang is uneasy in their leather chairs. This Financial Times piece neatly summarizes the view from the City of London - a notorious casino capitalism paradise.

Pepe Escobar is the author of Globalistan: How the Globalized World is Dissolving into Liquid War (Nimble Books, 2007), Red Zone Blues: a snapshot of Baghdad during the surge (Nimble Books, 2007), and Obama does Globalistan (Nimble Books, 2009).
He may be reached at

Archidecture acient and
"Dismantling America’s Financial-Military Empire"The Yekaterinburg Turning PointBy Prof. Michael Hudson
Global Research,
2009: "
The city of Yakaterinburg, Russia’s largest east of the Urals, may become known not only as the death place of the tsars but of American hegemony too – and not only where US U-2 pilot Gary Powers was shot down in 1960, but where the US-centered international financial order was brought to ground.
Challenging America will be the prime focus of extended meetings in Yekaterinburg, Russia (formerly Sverdlovsk) today and tomorrow (June 15-16) for Chinese President Hu Jintao, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and other top officials of the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). The alliance is comprised of Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrghyzstan and Uzbekistan, with observer status for Iran, India, Pakistan and Mongolia. It will be joined on Tuesday by Brazil for trade discussions among the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China).
The attendees have assured American diplomats that dismantling the US financial and military empire is not their aim. They simply want to discuss mutual aid – but in a way that has no role for the United States, NATO or the US dollar as a vehicle for trade. US diplomats may well ask what this really means, if not a move to make US hegemony obsolete. That is what a multipolar world means, after all. For starters, in 2005 the SCO asked Washington to set a timeline to withdraw from its military bases in Central Asia. Two years later the SCO countries formally aligned themselves with the former CIS republics belonging to the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), established in 2002 as a counterweight to NATO."

Really large post about everything:
(how west will be bombarded with BRICH not just economical but all warious religious and esoteric ways)

Yeah, move to Mars then
"..we are to embark on the mission of colonizing Mars,..."

United States


United States

  • Rep. Rodney Alexander, former U.S. Congressman (Monroe, Louisiana)
  • George Albantov, Co-Founder and President of the Russian-American Youth Association (Seattle, WA)
  • John Rich Anderson, Former Director, Texas and Southwest Cattle Ranchers Association, (Gale, TX)
  • Dr. Raymond Armstrong, Monroe City Council, District 1 (Monroe, LA)
  • Edward Asner, Actor (Valley Village, California)
  • Morad Abou-Sabe, Arab American League of Voters of NJ (Monroe, NJ)
  • Amer Aboud, Syrian American Forum (Chicago, Illinois)
  • Fidel Acevedo, Co-Chair, Progressive Hispanic Caucus, Texas Democratic Party (Texas)
  • Ramatu Ahmed, Founder, Federation of African Muslim Women in America (Bronx, NY)
  • Rev. Hector Arriaga, Pastor, Jesus es el Kryios Church (Alexandria, VA)
  • Syed Hossain Babu, Actor, Director, Screen Writer (Los Angeles, CA)
  • John D. Baker, MSG, United States Army (ret.), President, CEO, Tubamirum Productions (Maryland)
  • Roseanne Barr, Comedienne and former Presidential candidate, Peace and Freedom Party (Hawaii)
  • Nathaniel Batchelder, Director, Oklahoma City Peace House (Oklahoma City, OK)
  • Roland L. Beanum, Economic Adviser to Papua New Guinea (Valley Center, California)
  • Rev. Alonzo Bell, Pastor, Martin Evans Missionary Baptist Church, (Detroit, MI)
  • Edith Bell, Coordinator, Pittsburgh, Pa. Branch, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Robert Beltran, Actor, Director (Los Angeles, CA)
  • James Benham, State President, Indiana National Farmers Union (Versailles, IN)
  • Prof. Cyrus Bina, Distinguished Professor of Economics, University of Minnesota (Morris, MN)
  • George Bioletto, International Association of Machinist Trustee (Long Beach, CA)
  • Kofi A. Boateng, PhD, African Federation Inc. (Ossing, NY)
  • Charles H. Borowsky, M.D., President and Founder, Intermuse (Baltimore, MD)
  • Amelia Boynton-Robinson, Civil Rights Movement leader (Tuskegee, Alabama)
  • Elena Branson, President, Russian Center NY (New York, NY)
  • Mark Bush, CEO SouthOil (Houston, TX)
  • Douglas Caddy, attorney (Houston, TX)
  • Monica Calzolari, Director, Enrollment Communications, University of Massachusetts Boston (Boston, MA)
  • Gerald Caprio, Director, Ahimsa Berkeley (Mill Valley, CA)
  • Bishop Juan Carlos, Pastor, President, CEO, Centro Cristiano, Bet-El (South Gate, CA)
  • Bernard Casey, Former President of American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine (2014) (San Jose, CA)
  • Howard Chang, Professor of Hydraulic Engineering (ret) San Diego State University (CA)
  • Victor Chang, Retired Professor University of Southern California, Director, Institute of Sino Strategic Studies (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Rep. Donna Christensen, former Delegate of the U.S. Virgin Islands to Congress 1997-2014 (U.S. Virgin Islands)
  • Albert Clark, San Diego County Hispanic Chamber of San Diego Commerce (San Diego, CA)
  • Dr. Luis G. Collazo, Minister, former head of the Puerto Rico chapter of the Jubilee Network USA (Puerto Rico)
  • Wang Chung Ping, President, Institute Sino Strategic Studies (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Frank Cattone, Secretary, Monmouth County, N.J. Constitution Party (New Jersey, USA)
  • Ramsey Clark, United States Attorney General 1967-69 (New York, NY)
  • Jaime Contreras, Las Vegas Chapter Coordinator, Labor Council For Latin American Advancement
  • Hal Cooper, Engineer, Seattle Freight Transportation Division Advisory Board (Seattle, WA)
  • Brian Crowell, Shop Steward (fmr) American Federation of Teachers Local 1078 (Berkley, CA)
  • Dr. Fred Dallmayr, Co-Chair, World Public Forum—Dialogue of Civilizations (South Bend, IN)
  • Fr. Richard F. Davidson, FSGG (Franciscan Servants of God's Grace) (New Jersey, USA)
  • Dr. Bill Deagle, Genesis Communication Network, Host, Nutri-Medical Report (California)
  • Stephen P. DeGot, Ecoban Securities Corp. (New York, NY)
  • T. Herbert Dimmock, Founder and Music Director of the Bach Concert Series (Baltimore, MD)
  • Judge Jim Dimos, Former Speaker of the Louisiana State House of Representatives (Monroe, LA)
  • Dorceal Duckens, Ebony Opera Guild (Houston, Texas)
  • Charlton Dunn, Senior Engineer (retired) Rocketdyne and Atomics International (Paso Robles, CA)
  • Lt. Col. Stanley Dzierzeski, USAR, ret., Director, Polish American Congress, Eastern Massachusetts (Belmont, MA)
  • Edwin Edwards, Former Governor of Louisiana (USA)
  • E. Leopold Edwards, retired faculty Howard University (Washington, DC)
  • Dr. T.M. Fasy, Muslim Peacemaker Teams (New York, NY)
  • James H. Fetzer, PhD, McKnight Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota (Duluth, Minn.)
  • Chris Fogarty, Columnist. Chair of Chicago Friends of Irish Freedom, author of and "Ireland 1845-1850; the Perfect Holocaust, and Who Kept it 'Perfect'." Twice-Framed by MI5/FBI, vindicated both times. (Chicago, IL)
  • Fran Foulkrod, Vice-Chair, Philadelphia Chapter, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Philadelphia, PA)
  • James Fox, President, American Fertilizer Trade, LLC (Great Neck, NY)
  • Jimmie Franklin, V.P. Summerdale Community Organization (Memphis, TN)
  • Congressman Cornelius Gallagher, U.S. Congressman 1959-1973 (New Jersey)
  • Habib Ghanim, Sr., President, D.C. Halal Chamber of Commerce. (Silver Spring, MD)
  • Sergey Gladysh, Co-Founder and President of the Russian-American Youth Association, (Seattle, WA)
  • Donald Gibson, Professor Emeritus, University of Pittsburgh, author (Greensburg, PA)
  • Henry C. Gonzales, Mayor of South Gate, Founder and former President of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (South Gate, CA)
  • Senator Mike Gravel, Former U.S. Senator from Alaska 1969-1981 (Burlingame, CA)
  • Lisa Gray, Chair, North American Chinese Coalition (NACC) (Michigan, USA)
  • Dennis W. Grubb, Director, Investia, Ltd. Development, Finance Expert (Washington, DC)
  • Nitin Gujaran, President, Association for India's Development, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)
  • Cathy M. Helgason, MD, Professor of Neurology (retired) University of Illinois College of Medicine (Chicago, IL)
  • Don Hank, Editor-in-Chief, Laigle's Forum (USA)
  • David Hartsough, Peaceworkers (San Francisco, CA)
  • George C. Hillman, MBA, american entrepreneur (Boston, Massachusetts)
  • Jim Hogue, host, WGDR radio (Plainfield, Vermont)
  • Samuel Hoff, Liberian Community Activist (Torrance, CA)
  • Lok Home, president, Robbins Co. (Solon, Ohio)
  • Eliane Van Horn, Corona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (Yucaipa, CA)
  • Thomas Hoverston, Former Columbia County Republican Party Chairman (Lodi, Wisconsin)
  • Prof. James C. Hsiung, Professor of Politics and International Law, NYU (New York, NY)
  • Hunter Huang, president, National Association for China's Peaceful Unification (Washington, DC)
  • Fred Huenefeld, member, Louisiana State Democratic Party Central Committee (Monroe, LA)
  • Rep. Thomas Jackson, State Representative, Alabama (Alabama)
  • Ralph Johnson, nuclear engineer (Seattle, WA)
  • Rep. Constance Johnson, Oklahoma State Senator (ret.) District 48 (Oklahoma)
  • Sam Kahl, District Leader, Democratic Party of Multnomah County Oregon (Portland, OR)
  • Tarak Kauff, Veterans for Peace National Board of Directors (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Lateef Kareem-Bey, God's Army for the Advancement of All People (Americus, GA)
  • Fred Kaviani, surface transportation systems sales manager, Monogram Systems (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Sang Joo Kim, Founder and Director, Institute for Korean-American Studies (Washington, D.C.)
  • Frank Kloucek, Former State Senator (South Dakota, USA)
  • Keerthana Krishnan, Executive Director, Association for India's Development, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)
  • Father Labib Korbi, Former Priest of St. Thomas More Church, Founder of Al-Bushra website (San Francisco, CA)
  • Beth K. Lamont, NGO Representative to the United Nations for the American Humanist Association (New York, NY)
  • George Krasnow, President, Russian-American Goodwill Association
  • Kevin Lynn, Director, Center for Progressive Urban Politics (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Dr. Ernest L. Johnson, President, NAACP Louisiana State Conference (Baton Rouge, LA)
  • Peter Lago, Chief Operating Officer, LionsGate Corporation (San Francisco, CA)
  • Lyndon H. LaRouche, Economist, Statesman, former Presidential candidate (Round Hill, VA)
  • Eric Larsen, author, The Skull of Yorick: The Emptiness of American Thinking (New York, NY)
  • Stephen Lendman, independent writer/author and radio host (Chicago, Illinois) 
  • LaMar Lemmons III, Detroit Board of Education; former member Michigan House of Reps. (Detroit, MI)
  • Angus Lin, Senior Research Scientist in Education and Information Studies UCLA (Los Angeles, California)
  • Dr. Edward Lozansky, PhD, President & Founder, American University in Moscow; Founder, World Russia Forum (Washington, DC)
  • Harold L. Madison, Community Organizer and Community Diplomat (Baltimore, MD
  • Wayne Madsen, investigative journalist; Publisher and Editor, The Wayne Madsen Report
  • Clyde Magarelli, Former Director of War Studies, William Paterson College, Author, Professor of Sociology (USA)
  • Eli Mellor, Writer, Activist, Founder, The Time is Now Institute, "anti-corporate activist, provocateur and self-styled seer of 30 years of public and foreign policy disasters". (Claremont, CA)
  • Marie Martin, Stop Mass Incarceration, (Inglewood, CA)
  • Vance McAllister, Former U.S. Representative 2013-14 (Monroe, LA)
  • Heliatrice Marques, Founder and President of BRICS Working Group, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University (New York, NY)
  • Joaquin Meneses, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Professor Mark Crispin Miller, Author, Professor of Media Studies, New York University (New York, NY)
  • Theo Mitchell, Esq., Former State Senator (Greenville, SC)
  • Jeff Monroe, State Senator (South Dakota, USA)
  • Pastor Joseph Moussa, Pastor for Arabic Christian Churches in Maryland and Pennsylvania (York, PA)
  • Somnath Mukherji, Volunteer, Association for India's Development, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)
  • Rep. Mike Manypenny, Member, West Virginia House of Delegates (West Virginia)
  • Thomas Grolund Miner, Chairman and CEO of Thomas H. Miner Associates, Inc. (Chicago, Illinois)
  • Saket Mishra, Volunteer, Association for India's Development, MIT (Boston, Massachusetts)
  • Anthony Morss, Music Director & Principal Conductor of the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera, Inc. (New York, NY)
  • Dr. Michael Nagler, Professor Emeritus of Classics and Comparative Literature, University of California Berkeley;  Founder, Peace and Conflict Studies Program, U.C. Berkeley; Founder and President, Metta Center for Nonviolence (Tomales, CA)
  • Robert Newton, former Vice President Communications Workers of America Local 2252 (Oakton, VA)
  • Perry Owens, National Beef Board (Minneapolis, Kansas)
  • Rev. Michael L. Pastrikos, St. Nicolas Greek Orthodox Church (Baltimore, MD)
  • Alexandre Perrinelle, Russian Community Activist (West Hollywood, CA)
  • Larry Pinkney, Black Activist Writers Guild (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
  • Don Pondysh, North County N.Y. Veterans for Peace (Nichoville, NY)
  • Nomi Prins, Author All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power(Los Angeles, CA)
  • Elisha B. Pulivarti, Vice-President, Maryland India Business Roundtable, Inc. (College Park, MD)
  • Ganga P. Ramdas, PhD, MA, MS, Professor of Economics, Lincoln University (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Earl D. Rasmussen, P.E., Executive Vice President Eurasia Center, Lt. Colonel (ret) U.S. Army (Falls Church, VA)
  • Alya Rea, Freelance Writer, Contributing Author, Cyrano’s Journal Today, Uncommon Thought Journal (Olympia, WA)
  • Phillip Restino, VFP 136, chapter co-chair, Central Florida, Vets for Peace (Daytona, Florida)
  • Priscilla Roche, Nevada State Director, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) (Las Vegas, NV)
  • Kesha Rogers, Democratic Nominee for Congress TX-22 (2010, 2012), former candidate for US Senate (Texas)
  • Natalie Sabelnik, Russian-American community leader (San Francisco, California)
  • Ranjani Saigal, Executive Director, Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation of the USA (Burlington, MA)
  • Dr. Jose I. Sangerman, PhD, Biologics Researcher (Boston, Massachusetts)
  • Trilochan Singh, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Wayne State University (Detroit, Michigan)
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Cyber & Space: "Completely new systems are being developed capable of dealing a ‘lightning global blow’ and conducting operations in outer space." ‪#‎putin‬ ‪#‎cyberwar‬ ‪#‎spacewar‬ ‪#‎cyber‬ ‪#‎space‬ ‪#‎nato‬ ‪#‎russia‬
"Your direct mission is to provide the highest possible level of anti-terrorist protection for the international events to be held in Russia this year. ..foremost, celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory and the BRICS and SCO summits in Ufa." grin emoticon
The number of cyberattacks on official websites and information systems of Russian authorities is not diminishing; about 74 million such attacks were curtailed last year alone.
Moreover, over 25,000 internet resources have been identified that carry illegal publications. More than 1,500 extremist websites have been shut down. We must continue efforts to rid the Russian cyberspace of illegal, criminal materials, more actively use modern technologies for this purpose and take part in creating an international information security system.
We are not speaking of limiting online freedom, far from it. We are speaking of ensuring safety, law and order, while strictly complying with appropriate Russian and international norms and standards, without preventing people from communicating online and posting legitimate, valid and correct information.

Meanwhile, NATO is developing its rapid deployment forces and building up its infrastructure near our borders. Attempts are being made to violate the existing nuclear parity, European and Asia-Pacific segments of the ABM system are being created at an increased pace.
large-scale information war and special services operations. As it was recently stated quite openly: those who disagree will have their arms twisted periodically. However, this does not work with Russia; it never has and never will.
I would like to remind you that the unilateral withdrawal by the United States from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty has toppled the very foundation of the modern international security system. Completely new systems are being developed capable of dealing a ‘lightning global blow’ and conducting operations in outer space.
Thank you for your attention.
March 26, 2015, 14:25, Moscow



  2. I belive in political term, the SQUAT-ters, the A-narc-ist, the A-no-nymous.. and the other tribes part of rainbow and part of new age witches.. with the England BBC and UCL has one unating termin they still use in upper class:

    Also Allan Sikk:

    Communist manifesto:

    Third Rome:
    "Through suffering and adherence to Orthodox Christianity, the Russian people will redeem the errors of humanity"


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