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Geopolitical Compass #30
The WEF has published a handy primer on all the problems it purports to work against.
Following in Ukraine’s footsteps, will Armenia be the next staging ground to attack Russia?
Colombia not falling into line
Russel Brand gets ‘nuts and sluts’ed’ for destroying the narrative
Ukrainian agricultural attack-by-proxy
The WEF creates the problems it tells you it will solve
The unresolved conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh has flared up again. Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan however is ready to cut the region loose.
Many Armenians see his actions as treasonous. After decades of dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the land, the Armenian leader is now ready to walk away. Why?
To be part of NATO and the EU, a nation can’t have unresolved border disputes. A flare up in the Caucasus also has the added benefit of causing another distraction for Russia. Pashinyan is working toward this goal, regardless of how Armenian people may feel.
Following a globalist agenda instead of your own nations. Where have we heard this before?
Totally unrelated I’m sure…
Let’s switch it up. At the United Nations this week the regime-loyalist, former NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern screeched about the need to censor free speech. But I’m not going to show you that utterly contemptible and disgusting women.
Instead, I’d rather show you a more uplifting clip of a national leader who is NOT beholden to the globalist, virtue signalling machine. I present to you instead, Colombian President Gustavo Petro at this weeks UN conference:
With a switched on leader like that, perhaps it’s time to re-look at Ecopetrol, Bancolombia and other Colombian equities with low valuations?
For the last couple years, Russell Brand has become increasingly vocal about rights violations by
authoritarian democratic governments, oppression of peoples rights and freedom of speech especially over Covid mandates.
It seems his voice and following has grown to a point that is starting to concern regime officials. So a ‘nuts and sluts’ campaign has been orchestrated in order to silence him. After all, you can’t possibly listen to someone’s opinion on human rights or politics if he may have done something you find morally questionable two decades ago right?
No one is allowed to make a mistake (assuming we believe the allegations) and must be banned from society if it ever turns out they did.
Isn’t it strange that he’s been a prominent and controversial celebrity for decades, but this campaign to silence him has come into effect only once he started speaking out on politically sensitive subjects? Must be pure coincidence.
As calls for him to be cancelled across large media platforms grow, and he is demonetized by the likes of YouTube, government officials have taken a keen interest in the voice of one man too. The UK government has taken it upon themselves to query all platforms where Brand has gained traction including Rumble.
“We would be grateful if you could confirm whether Mr. Brand is able to monetise his content, including his videos relating to the serious accusations against him,” Dinenage wrote. “If so, we would like to know whether Rumble intends to join YouTube in suspending Mr. Brand’s ability to earn money on the platform,” Dinenage wrote.
So just the occurrence of accusations - which may or may not be proved false - has sparked the wheels of government to step in and question private business, and pressure them to silence an individual person. I wonder why Brand is receiving such special attention for an as yet, only alleged crime?
Surely nothing what so ever to do with his politics right?
Rumble in turn responded to the UK governments request to censor Brand and illustrated why their app was banned from the app stores:
“We regard it as deeply inappropriate and dangerous that the UK Parliament would attempt to control who is allowed to speak on our platform or to earn a living from doing so,” Pavlovski said. “Singling out an individual and demanding his ban is even more disturbing given the absence of any connection between the allegations and his content on Rumble. We don’t agree with the behavior of many Rumble creators, but we refuse to penalize them for actions that have nothing to do with our platform,” Pavlovski stated.
Happily, Brand is one person that will stand up for himself and not go gently into that sweet night. After this weeks attacks, Brand’s response attempts not to defend himself but to shed further light on the regime agenda to silence dissident voices.
Hopefully people will see through the agenda driven campaign to silence Brand and judge him based on his words, not dubious and wishy-washy allegations which may or may not turn out to be true.
Zelensky is now filing a claim with the WTO against Poland, Hungary and Slovakia who refuse to allow the dumping of cheap Ukrainian grain into their markets, choosing instead to protect their own farmers.
Don’t they realise they’re depriving Z of
more slush funds feeding the starving™.
Agricultural Attack by Proxy
As farmers in Poland, Slovakia and Romania continue to protest against cheap Ukrainian grain imports that will be detrimental to the local producers, it’s good to see their governments continuing to back them.
Other countries may also look to face being flooded with cheap Ukrainian imports detrimental to local producers:
And yet the complaints over predatory pricing of Ukrainian farm products have come from as far west as France, where the main issue is Ukrainian poultry meat, priced at less than half producer costs in France. In part, this is due to the same cheap grain issue, since chickens are walking sacks of grain: two kilograms of wheat give you one kilogram of broiler chickens. But the additional driver of Ukrainian export prices is scale of production. French television recently brought out the fact that the biggest exporter of poultry meat to France that is being purchased by the school lunch programs as well as by major retail grocery chains is a Ukrainian complex that raises one million chickens at a time and has vertical integration from the grain inputs, to the hatcheries, to the slaughter and chilled packaging of eviscerated chickens. By contrast, the average chicken farmer in France keeps just 50,000 birds. It would be interesting to know who exactly owns that industrial scale chicken complex in Ukraine.
If the French do not ban such imports, their domestic farming will suffer greatly. Simply put, farms will go bankrupt. Whether or not American capital is behind the chicken war on France, you can be sure Washington is not concerned over the damage to French agriculture that will result from the ‘free trade’ with Ukraine in all commodities that it and the EU institutions in Brussels are promoting.
Is Ukrainian agriculture being used as yet one more battering ram to bludgeon individual Europen states into collapse, and dependence on outside benefactors like the US?
Wouldn’t it be ironic if European elite who to this day still support the weakening of developing countries domestic food production through IMF and World Bank mandates in turn are having the same tactic turned on them?
The WEF is out with their 2023 Global Risk Report.
On page ten they have a map of the risk landscape. Ask yourself, how many of these risks are directly a result of arsonist globalist policies instituted directly by or supported by the WEF?
I’d say the vast majority.
Sever mental health deterioration: Like locking people in their homes for a 99.9% survivable virus?
Collapse or lack of public infrastructure and services: by siphoning money to boondoggles like Ukraine, Afghanistan, climate, ESG - all which could be spent on more important domestic projects?
Employment crisis: by increasing welfare resulting in less people wanting to work? Or perhaps destroying local industries like farming by promoting food insecurity due to climate virtue signalling?
Cost-of-living crisis: by inflating currencies causing prices for all human necessities to increase rapidly in price? Or perhaps by starting a war with Russia, or increasing renewable energy, both of which send energy prices soaring?
Collapse of a systemically important supply chain: basically every policy they’ve supported over the last five years has encouraged this.
Large-scale involuntary migration: if by involuntary you mean states receiving an influxes of migrants, that’s true - except we know nefarious globalists are behind these influxes to further weaken any independence and opposition to the globalist agenda. Or do you think it’s pure coincidence 8,000 migrants landed on an Italian island of 6,000 people all within the space of 36 hours, facilitating a visit from the head of the EUSSR politburo? A weak state will fall into line with a ‘globalist saviour’ who promises to make things better.
Interstate conflict: like threatening to send in troops to Niger or any other nation that dares to stand against the globalist agenda?
State collapse: all their policies are designed for state collapse, don’t take my word for it - look where we are. Look at the state of WEF-underling occupied nations including Canada, New Zealand, Australia, or various EUSSR constituents. Would you say these states are strong and powering ahead, or facing division, weakness and increasing splintering of society?
I could go on with their list of risks, but will stop at this point for brevity. The globalist cabal typified by the WEF will create the problems they purport to work against then tell you they’re here to help. All you need do is simply trust them and everything will be ok.