Here is the latest installment of my quarterly conversations with Catherine Austin Fitts. This time the topic was The Emerging Multipolar World with The Saker – Neocons & the War Lobby.
You can download the interview here: https://solari.com/audio/sr20180208_Saker_Free.mp3
I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did!
Hezbollah indeed has the right spiritual values, which are indispensible. Nevertheless, they also need economic and technologilal assets; else where would they get the anti-aircraft, anti-tank missiles and other modern weaponry to be a successful military?
Ideologically intoxicated – great phrase – maybe another way to put it – ‘possessed’
Jung wrote a lot about it. His perception was, the intoxability of the
modern person, in his time by “Führer” seeming to know the trick …
past 1945 with a ‘victor’ who really knew the tricks
pocker-mentality + jewish megalomania …
man has to go through all his errors
to get immune of them
and there is another branch in man’s tree
seemingly healed of western infection
with older and newer clocks in the heart
of a ‘Leningrader’ and his band
and I, in a ‘Russian Place’ in Bavaria,
with this unconsciously ‘russian feeling’
in the guys here
each of them even in a downward alley
know, there is a decency
and this made Bavaria sometimes
a home for the blues of the soul
in modern times west
History rhythms;… but alas, Pence is no Wallace.
“The really dangerous American fascist… is the man who wants to do in the United States in an American way what Hitler did in Germany in a Prussian way. The American fascist would prefer not to use violence. His method is to poison the channels of public information. With a fascist the problem is never how best to present the truth to the public but how best to use the news to deceive the public into giving the fascist and his group more money or more power… They claim to be super-patriots, but they would destroy every liberty guaranteed by the Constitution. They demand free enterprise, but are the spokesmen for monopoly and vested interest. Their final objective, toward which all their deceit is directed, is to capture political power so that, using the power of the state and the power of the market simultaneously, they may keep the common man in eternal subjection.
~quoted in the New York Times, April 9, 1944”
― Henry A. Wallace
Excellent interview. Always pleasure to hear your analysis.
that was an interesting point Catherine made about where the 21st century ‘boots on the ground’ for the US military is going to come from – such as GMO food – vaccines – and mind control –
Here is a video of a girl – combat veteran – and what happened to her overseas – the first link is before medication – the second link is after RSO – basically pot oil –
RICK SIMPSON OIL – the first link is a young woman’s health condition – the second link is her story – and the third link is how she was after taking the RSO – miraculous – videos quite short –
after taking Rick Simpson Oil – it will blow your mind – MUST WATCH – see first link first –
“Russia Is Taking Over Syria’s Oil And Gas” (RT)
“In accordance with an energy cooperation framework agreement signed in late January, Russia will have exclusive rights to produce oil and gas in Syria.
The agreement goes significantly beyond that, stipulating the modalities of the rehabilitation of damaged rigs and infrastructure, energy advisory support, and training a new generation of Syrian oilmen. Still, the main international aspect and the key piece of this move is the final and unconditional consolidation of Russian interests in the Middle East.”
Hardly a surprising development — and they’ll probably sell it on the new Chinese Yuan-gold exchange.
If correct then it raises the interesting issue (x2) of (a) US squatting on Syria’s eastern reserves; and (b) the Zionist regime’s poaching of Syria’s Golan Heights reserves.
Forget the ‘American-Russian’ theatrics for the masses — this is ExxonMobil (Tillerson & Chaney) vs. Gasprom & Co.
if you were a syrian, would you choose Tillerson´s exxonmobil ?
So what if gasprom gets a few petty oil Bbl, INSTEAD OF Shell?
CUT that stupid reasoning: Putin and the largest oil and gas exporter in the world would they risk lives in syria, risk his own people´s disapproval just to suck up a few BBL of oil?
1- in the BIG world of energy russia doesNOT need oil and has further the arctic unexplored.
2- Russia does NOT like wars.
3- The Empire of Chaos DOES NEED both.
Massive exodus of Venezuelans? Dismantling the Wall Street Journal fake news and comparison to Syria
Is there a transcript?
mod-to note: not at this time
Another excellent audio interview with The Saker, which I enjoyed listening to. I would like to add a few points.
I don’t think there was a coup against Trump in January of 2017, as by now it’s pretty clear that the whole election campaign of Trump was a psy ops. What was strange about the whole election is that a 70 year old man wanted to become President and in the process getting support of 200 admirals and generals. Why would high ranking military men endorse a 70 year old man who had no military or political experience, unless they needed a puppet in the White House ? The methods used by Trump were simple, yet effective. He appealed to the working man, ostensibly to fight the elite, yet it was the elite who controlled him all the time. In fact the elite got the working class of the US to support them, using Trump, who has continued the policies of the two Bush presidents and Obama.
When it comes to the pro-Western liberals in Russia, yes, it is true that US sanctions against Russia destroyed their power base, giving a wake up call to the entire Russian population. Worse for the liberals, the people in Russia are watching the situation in Ukraine, which is now probably worse than it was during Yeltsins rule in Russia. The country is being plundered by Western corporations and domestic oligarchs, while the bulk of the people are having trouble paying their monthly bills. One former Ukrainian official has admitted that by the end of 2017, some 4,4 million Ukrainians fled to Russia, and we are talking here about Ukrainians from Ukraine, and not Russians from Ukraine. They obviously had plenty to tell. The fact that Western NGO’s are supporting some questionable people in Russia for the upcoming Presidential election does not help matters.
When it comes to sanctions, yes, they did some damage to Russia, but not as much as they did to the EU, which by the second half of 2016 lost 100 billion euros in trade, with some EU politicians screaming for them to be cancelled. The sanctions were in fact a blessing for Russia, which turned to it’s own resources, boosting industry and agriculture and turning to new trade partners. Russian agriculture during the past two years produced two bumper harvests, while Russia even completed the Yamal gas project in the Arctic.The Russian-Chinese economic partnership has been strengthened, attracting many new potential applicants to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Eurasian Economic Union.
When it comes to Ukraine and the Donbass, yes, Poroshenko will certainly attack either during the presidential elections or during the World Cup. Everybody knows this. The US will suffer another geopolitical defeat. Yes, both the US, Canada and others have given Ukraine some new military high tech, which in the upcoming confrontation will be basically useless. The point is that the Russians in the Donbass had more than three years to dig in, which means that during the attack the Ukrainian Army will be in the open and the Russians dug in. This again means that the Ukrainian Army will sustain casualties and not the Russian side. To make matters worse, the Ukrainian military is made up of conscripts, and their moral cannot be high. Should Poroshenko attack, he will be looking into another military defeat and tremendous political repercussions from the impoverished Ukrainian population. Then again, Poroshenko is probably not too concerned, bearing in mind he has US citizenship, which is a little bit strange for the head of a supposedly sovereign country.
The elections in Russia will be the last chance for the West to remove Putin from power. The West will fail.
Finally, The Saker has expressed concern who will succeed Putin once he retires. Perhaps we should concentrate our attention on the Russian Orthodox Church. From what I have heard, it’s an open secret inside the Church that it is only a matter of time before the monarchy is restored. I have written about this before, and The Saker was kind enough to reply to me, stating that he does not see that possibility, as the time is not right. I am not so sure. Putin will certainly win the elections, and this gives both the Church and Russian patriots another five years to prepare a candidate for the crown. As the old saying goes in Russia, you cannot rule Russia without God and the czar.
Yes, I enjoyed your interview very much.
The secret to having great infantry is motivation, motivation and more motivation.
One of this days I’ll get around to researching what makes Hezbollah great.
I do believe Saker has already told us: Faith!
Unshakeable Faith makes Hezbollah incorruptible.