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Dec 30, 2021Liked by Edward Slavsquat

After Kennedy was assassinated the CIA stooges put out the term "conspiracy theorist" to smear anyone who questioned the nonsensical official story. Now I have noticed that they are doing a full court press with the term "antivaxxer" to smear anyone with functioning brain who questions the advisability of submitting to questionable medical experimentation for no reason.

I used to like RT because they had stories the US MSM never reported on, but now I believe they are like all the rest of the MSM except really slimy like the Daily Mail. It is a news platform not a porn site--honestly who finds some mentally ill body builder wanting to marry his sex doll newsworthy?

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Dec 30, 2021Liked by Edward Slavsquat

I legit LOL'ed at the RT article about: "Western right-wing forces behind antivaxxers in Russia".

RT was head over heels in love with these very same "radical right-wing forces" during the 2015 migrant crisis, inviting people from Germany's AFD party to broadcasts and having them visit Russia. Someone from that party later had their photos leaked wearing a Hitler outfit in some kind of weird fetish.

And of course RT's favorite from 2014-2015 - the infamous Richard Spencer - and many other "radical right wingers" from all across the world.

Not to mention 50% of the Fox News pundit lineup being on RT daily during Trump's presidency, and op-eds praising Tucker Carlson for "standing up to the establishment".

But now of course these right wingers are "bad", and financing "antivaxxers". Just pure LOLCAT.

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Dec 30, 2021Liked by Edward Slavsquat

This was easier to ignore before COVID because Russia wasn't blatantly invading countries and seemed "better than the West" in that regard. But people conveniently overlooked RT going against fracking to further Gazprom interests, talking smack about America's weapons to sell more of its own, and generally having other vested interests which weren't any better or worse than anyone else's.

Now it's the same thing with vaccines as it is with weapons - they are exported for political "soft power" and being used as "hard power" to kill or severely injure people at home and abroad.

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Inessa S has provided great translations, Been a bit quiet for a while and moving off Jootube.

Dr. Alexander Redko - The truth about Sputnik V

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHx6kCi6C2o

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thanks for sharing! was just speaking with her actually, planning on spreading this translation far and wide...

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Thrilled to hear that - sharing myself in my own small circles. Regards to you both

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video already removed! lol. as expected.

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Fortunately I still had the video open and was able to capture Inessa’s transcription using the snipping tool. THANK YOU INESSA!!

Inessa’s footnote to video:

“Dr. Alexander Redko has been a doctor longer than I have been alive - now facing serious repercussions for speaking his truth. **Full video** with Dr. Redko - immunology in laymans terms - is coming TOMORROW on my Telegram channel ONLY: t.me/inessas100”

Transcript:

Dr. Alexander Redko

“I am keeping on top of efforts around COVID-19.

That virus that used to be – that particular one doesn’t exist anymore.

What they’re preparing a vaccine for – a process that usually takes 6 years – that virus

An antibody titer has not been isolated, anti-epidemic effect not been established and immune-response undefined.

And it is those getting sick more frequently who have been injected, they’re getting just as sick as anyone with coronavirus.

According to the data, as much as 62% of COVID hospitalisations are vaccinated.

All the QR code does is determine who are the good guys and who are the bad guys. So the healthy are the bad guys, and the sick but vaccinated are the good guys!

That’s all the GR code does. Nothing more.

Moreover there is no pandemic – because to have a pandemic you need an epidemic in all countries.

And there are no epidemics because an epidemic requires 5% of the population to be sick all at the same time.

The PCR test was designed for long-chained viruses. This is a short-chained virus. So this is completely different.

You cannot use it to determine coronavirus.

We could all just die out, from this total lie. Everywhere you look is a lie."

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Inessa's note:

Dr. Alexander Redko has been a doctor longer than I have been alive - now facing serious repercussions for speaking his truth. **Full video** with Dr. Redko - immunology in laymans terms - is coming TOMORROW on my Telegram channel ONLY: t.me/inessas100

Unfortunately I do not use social media (including Telegram). Never mind

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Oh Crap - that explains why I could not add this comment ...

"All around is treason and cowardice and deceit!"

Tsar Nicholas II: Diary of the Abdication

https://www.theromanovfamily.com/tsar-nicholas-ii-diary-of-the-abdication/

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Oh dear! Thank you very young man for pointing out this "obvious." but most people cannot see. I saw this "tragedy" when Rick Sanchez cut of Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

at an interview at the early stage of this Plandemic. (I guessed it' was the producer decision) when Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai pointed out the "fear mongering" of the "Covid death stats".

The Russia Putin worshipping camp (e.g Paul Craig Roberts, the Saker, Israel Shamir et all) will try to prove that you are a "shill" or even a "spy", who is working for CIA inside Russia to undermine their dear leader Putin and Russia! So, watch out my dear friend, because the FSB will use their "accusation" as evidences against you.

Anyway, I know "fearlessness" is our weapon. Wish you all the best!

greater challenge is waiting for us in the years ahead!

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Dec 31, 2021·edited Dec 31, 2021Liked by Edward Slavsquat

"Does this mean RT writers are proud of relaying the regrettable guano that spews out of Dmitry Peskov’s unfortunate mouth-hole?"

Excellent way to put it, Riley! The word used, "guano", is pretty fitting, but it is too narrow in a zoological sense. Since you write for the audience interested in Russia, one way or another, perhaps using transliterared Russian word "gavno" would have been even more appropriate)))

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Dec 30, 2021Liked by Edward Slavsquat

On the Russian version of RT, there appears to be less´´openness´´ to reader´s comments and opinion.

I read (google translated) the main article today, demonising the so called Russian´´anti vaxxers´´ and small groups of ´´foreign funded´´protesters. In English RT there would have been at least 400 comments and the majority irate and spitting fire against such an article.

I read another very good article on AI, highlighting some of the dangers it might pose and the need for AI´´regulation´´. This seemed much longer and more intellectual than anything usually posted on the western RTs, but here too, there were no comments.

This article would have invited criticism of QR and digitalisation in general.

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I gave up commenting on RT years ago. They make it all but impossible. I had a look at who the owners of Spot IM (those who own that commenting software) are as well. They are Israeli. I didn't do a deep dive into them and would not know how to, but, frankly, Their just being Israeli causes my spider senses to tingle. Even in a fascist country like Israel, you're going to find a few decent people. (Children are innocent of course.) But really, What does it mean to be a fascist country? I don't think that it means that tech companies like Spot IM are going to be truly independent. (And lets remember how militarized Israel is.)

Naomi Klein, who was once useful, noted in "The Shock Doctrine" that Israel's hi tech sector got it's power boost courtesy of an influx of superior Soviet scientists in the 90s. "Among the hundreds of thousands of Soviets who came to Israel in the nineties were more highly trained scientists than Israel's top tech institute had graduated in the eighty years of its existence." (page 521. Klein also refers to the Israel tech start-ups as the "Middle Eastern outposts of Silicon Valley." What is Silicon Valley? Answer: Evil.

And when I call Israel a fascist country, I'm not saying that for no reason. I used to follow sites like Mondoweiss and The Electronic Intifada religiously. (The covid hoax has exposed them both as fakers, along with 99% of the progressive community globally.) I've read Chomsky's (a few) books on Israel (co-authored by Ilan Pappé). Wherever I got the information - I don't know exactly - I did learn that most of the Israel population were okay with their fascist leadership. Who would doubt it after watching Abby Martin interview, on the street and randomly, Israeli citizens in Israel (forget which city), and hearing citizen after citizen spout the worst fascist bullcrap? When I first learned about fascism and sub-fascism from Noam Chomsky (now lost and evil) and Edward Herman, I thought that that was not a terribly useful a concept. I was wrong. Fascism obtains when a society, as in its majority, embraces it's fascist political leadership. Sub-fascism obtains when a population receives the governance of it's fascist political leaders only under duress or unwillingly.

And I wish RT was just sleazy. If you support this pandemic hoax, which christens the incoming (cruel and perverted) global biosecurity police State, then, I'm sorry, you are evil, period.

Finally, For a good look at Israel's role in the world of security tech and counterrevolution (war against the people), just give Jeff Halper's book, "War Against The People" a read. How the hell he knows, in such detail, what he knows about Israel's military hi tech, I don't know. His primary focus, as I understand it, was resistance to house demolitions in Israel. What is Jeff up to today? I don't know. I might try contacting him to find out, now that I think of it. I tried contacting John Helmer but my email bounced. I see nothing on his blog to suggest that he is 'not' going along with the evil that is the covid hoax. I used to find his material to be quite good, if somewhat (for me) dense.

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Wow thanks for all the info. Always grateful when I can fill those gaps and/or observe a thread I can connect with. Abby Martin is so bad ass

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Welcome. I feel the same way when I discover a new source of good info and commentary. I recently discovered Celia Farber, courtesy of a mention by Jon Rappoport. And I forget how my attention was drawn to Edward Slavsquat, but I'm happy I discovered his informative substack. Abby was bad ass. What's she up to today? The trend is for everyone progressive to join the covidian cult.

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I’m big on Whitney Webb and James Corbett too

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Yes. They are anti-covid 1984, but are too stuck in Rockefeller medical dogma, which is ironic in James's case. He did a documentary titled "Rockefeller Medicine." He knows the origins of the fraudulent, global, dominant medical system. I wouldn't say he's dazzled by it. But he does choose to ignore it, a bad idea in my view. If those two weren't held back, they'd be 'greater' forces to reckon with.

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Still Bad Ass!

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It doesn't look like it to me. I just went through her Twitter feed to what I think is a sufficient depth. I see nothing on the covid hoax. How do you ignore that if you are against it? To be fair, I'd like to see something where she reveals her position on that. I don't see a website for her. Just out and asking her on Twitter seems to not be proper form, or I would.

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I don’t do Twitter. I was watching her on Rogan and some interviews on Rokfin but I was alluding to her stance on Palestine and that she is just bad ass all around. But she IS not asleep. She’s aware Aaron Mate is a sell out. Eeek I am digressing….Her BROTHER did an interview on Unlimited Hangout on the future of education in the technocratic state. I really shouldn’t smoke weed and comment.

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I’m curious what you think about the claim that RT offered Funeral Director John O’Looney $85k to keep mum about the vaxx deaths. See this video at 38:24 for details:

https://odysee.com/@thecrowhouse:2/MUST-WATCH-Funeral-Directer-John-O'Looney-Blows-the-Whistle-on-Covid:9

O’Looney appears highly credible, so I’m inclined to believe him, but it is curious that RT would be used to communicate such a threat/bribe, presumably on behalf of a shadow entity.

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interesting, I am not familiar. I will take a look though and get back to you!

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👍🙏

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Dec 30, 2021·edited Dec 30, 2021

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Then RT is a newsplayer - not a newspaper.

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I've watched the video. The RT allegation--if it is that-- is only displayed at the very end of the video as the text of an email or a text, and not explicitly laid out in so many words. O'Looney did not mention it audibly on the video. I also read through most of the several hundred comments following the video. A few of them questioned the alleged RT allegation asking for more evidence of it and none of those questions were answered, except in one instance it was suggested by the commenter that RT offered money to O'Looney to conduct an interview with him and he turned it down.

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Q: Why is Russian state media so terrified of asking the most basic questions?

A: Rubles and gulags.

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All mass media is propaganda... Even a lot of the alt media gets fed bullshit stories, like graphene, gain of function and so on.

The problem is that people expect a place where the whole truth resides.

The reality is that the only way to find the truth is to see it as a process where one takes information and learns how to judge such data and piece together a vision of what is most likely real and true.

That is learning how to see reality.

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My only consolation, and hope, is that there are three of them being accompanied by the nuclear trigger briefcase, Putin, Shoygu, Gerasimov, with the latter only being a true military man. Putin, a desk and office man, not for nothing he is full of tough guy ambitions of which he would have had enough if his life had really been as tough as he would like to pretend. He would be worthless on the battlefield, and a terrible strategist, a Mikhail Tukhachevsky. He has already been overruled by Gerasimov already in some situations in Syria where Putin was talking bullshit. In case of war, Putin would be quickly sidelined. Shoygu I don't know, he's also not a military man strictly speaking, even though he's Minister of Defense. In the event of a war or critical emergency, you can expect to see the true face of the authentic Russia that made its name under Stalin. And under those circumstances it will be deep shit for the RT type.

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Military goons and "hipster journalist" types co-exist quite well in Russian journalism and society for the most part. Of course if shit does hit the fan, the guys with the guns have all the advantage, but for now they're making it work.

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Putin's aide sparks scandal by wearing $600,000 watch despite $147,000 yearly salary @ https://nationalpost.com/news/world/putins-aide-sparks-scandal-by-wearing-600000-watch-despite-147000-yearly-salary

I already knew that, old news, and I use nationalpost, a lurid site, solely as a reference because it's the first one that came my way doing a search. And the 'Richard Mille' are beautiful wristwatches, I'd love to have one too, but as a dream because I wouldn't buy any of them even if I had the money. Seriously, you have to be dumb or suffer from serious problems in your head to spend that kind of money on a watch (I'm Swiss) when there are some really good ones for a fraction of the amount. Even a Rolex that a half-wit like Peskov would never need anyway, costs peanuts in comparison.

My favorite genre is understatement, and I particularly can't suffer the character of the cheapskate, but a sheepshead like Peskov with a hundred of thousands of dollars watch on his wrist is less funny than a bad joke. Can you imagine what kind of guy he might be...the president's spokesman...or would we be back in the time of the Czars?

Putin would like to pass himself off as the standard-bearer of decency, and then they both fall as clowns with watches like Marcos' wife with shoes? Now you can see what they are made of.

Then they give posthumous medals to the fallen in war, and weep over the graves. Can you imagine someone who adorns himself with expensive watches being blown up by a grenade to avoid falling alive into the hands of terrorists?

Putin had his ass well fucked by Klaus Schwab!, what a fatal mistake.

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It's that old Soviet Union mentality when everybody wanted to have shiny Western objects, but had to make do with stealing a few extra cups and sets of silverware from a factory and having a secret barn on some secret acres in you local village.

I vaguely remember Reagan saying something like "I realized Gorbachev wanted a nice suit and other nice things so I knew we've won right there and then".

Check out the head of police that got arrested in Stavropol some time ago. Far from the biggest fish in the pond, he had golden toilets and a completely tasteless home decorated like a palace! Yanukovich had golden bread loaves! These people have absolutely zero taste and just want to gobble up as much golden "royal looking" things as possible.

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"Old Soviet Union," how... OLD, what was there before? Are you sure you are not comparing apples and oranges? Wonder if you are knowledgeable in history and realize that since the October Revolution, the West received a deadly shock and subjected Russia to uninterrupted pressure and attacks. Maybe you should refer to the petty bourgeois traits that are so distinctive in a failed Oedipal emancipation and that can be observed anywhere in the world, so much so that it has become the norm in the West to the point that no one notices it anymore, and that Poulantzas wrote a highly readable book on the petty bourgeoisie as a prospective basis for fascism. Peskov and Putin are illustrations of labor aristocracy, basically, on top of it. And I wonder why you mention Reagan, unavoidably a zero controlled from top to bottom by the Deep State, a second-rate actor, and a career informant by overcharge.

For those who know French, look here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3u7EmLxI4E Annie Lacroix-Riz - Ronald Reagan.

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"Financed Lenin’s terrorism and genocide that he unleashed on millions of Russians" in particular makes it pointless in trying to discuss with you... there would be other errors as well.

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Dec 31, 2021·edited Dec 31, 2021

Because of course Lenin didn’t murder millions of Russians and it’s all “Deep State lies”. And of course Schiff and Warburg never financed Lenin and Armand Hammer never got his hands on the “art collection” of rare items from Russia including church icons...

Hey I’m just a gangsta rapper, no match for a super scholar like you!

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It’s not that deep. Politicians who are in power in Russia now grew up in the Soviet Union, and have this mentality of hoarding expensive shiny items which they couldn’t get their hands on during their earlier years. Which is why their corruption is blatant and very basic - they just hoard gold like ancient warlords for the sake of having more and more and don’t think about anything else.

I also know that western bankers financed Lenin’s terrorism and genocide that he unleashed on millions of Russians, but that is beside the point.

And so if someone is a “Deep State agent” I can’t post what they said in the context of the point I was trying to make? Not like I’m arguing that Reagan is legit asf and so amazing.

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Addendum, smart are the ones who trade for bang for the buck. The fact that both Putin and Peskov show how stupid they are in dealing with the false flag of the pandemic comes as a corollary.

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