Posts Tagged ‘Olympic Games’

By Brandon Smith

The war rhetoric surrounding North Korea on both sides of the Pacific has never been more aggressive than it has been the past year (at least not since the Korean War). There are some people that see the entire affair as a “distraction,” a distraction that will never amount to actual conflict. I disagree with this sentiment for a number of reasons.

North Korea is indeed a distraction, but still a distraction in the making. That is to say, the chest beating and saber rattling are merely a prelude to the much more effective distraction of live combat and invasion in the name of regime change and “national security.” As I noted in my article “Korean War Part II: Why It’s Probably Going To Happen,” the extensive staging of military assets to the region that has not been seen in over a decade, the extremely swift advancement of North Korean missile technology to include ICBMs capable of reaching the mainland U.S., the strange and unprecedented language by China indicating that they will not intercede against an invasion of North Korea by the U.S. “if Pyongyang attacks first….” All of this and more shows a clear movement of chess pieces into place for a sudden action.



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Volgograd blasts follow same template as US, Syrian, Afghan attacks – MOSSAD & CIA?

A destroyed trolleybus stands on a street in Volgograd on December 30, 2013 after ten people were killed in a bombing on the packed vehicle, the second attack in the city in two days after a suicide strike on its main train station, officials said. (AFP Photo)

A destroyed trolleybus stands on a street in Volgograd on December 30, 2013 after ten people were killed in a bombing on the packed vehicle, the second attack in the city in two days after a suicide strike on its main train station, officials said. (AFP Photo)

The suicide blasts in Volgograd signal that it’s time for international players to stop dividing terrorists into “good” and “bad” ones based on geopolitical agenda, and to unite the globe in a battle against the threat, Russia’s Foreign Ministry stated.

“A strike, cynically planned on the eve of New Year celebrations, is another attempt by the terrorists to open a domestic ‘front,’ spread panic and chaos, cause interfaith strife and conflicts within the Russian society,” the ministry said in a statement.

The two consecutive suicide attacks in the southern Russian city of Volgograd – which killed more than 30 people on Sunday and Monday – will not see Russia retreating in its “tough and consistent battle against the insidious enemy that knows no boundaries and can only be stopped collectively,” the ministry said.

The ministry stressed that the Volgograd blasts were staged using the same template as recent terror attacks in the US, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Nigeria, and other countries.

“The position of some politicians and political strategists, who are still trying to divide terrorists as ‘good’ and ‘bad’ ones, depending on current geopolitical aims, is becoming evidently mischievous,” the ministry stressed. “Terrorism is always a crime and the punishment for it must be inevitable.”
Russia has urged the international community to show “united condemnation of terrorism and genuine international solidarity in opposition to it and the ideology of violence and extremism, on which it feeds.”

The Foreign Ministry thanked UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and other world leaders who sent their condolences and condemned the Volgograd attacks.

“We consider it a confirmation of the determination of the international community to ramp up the war on terrorists in whatever part of the world they may be and no matter what slogans they use to justify their inhuman crimes,”
the statement concluded.

Olympic boss sure of ‘safe and secure’ Games in Sochi

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach was also among those who expressed condolences following the “despicable” and “cowardly” attacks in Volgograd, AP reported.

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach (Reuters / Denis Balibouse)

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach (Reuters / Denis Balibouse)

Volgograd is located about 650 kilometers northeast of Sochi, which will host the Winter Games on February 7-23, 2014.

Bach stressed that he is not concerned about security at the upcoming Games, stating that he is “certain that everything will be done to ensure the security of the athletes and all the participants of the Olympic Games.”

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Merck vaccine developer admits vaccines routinely contain hidden cancer viruses derived from diseased monkeys

08 Sep 2013 Decades ago, one of the most prominent vaccine scientists in the history of the vaccine industry — a Merck scientist — made a recording where he openly admitted that vaccines given to Americans were contaminated with leukemia and cancer viruses. In hearing this admission, his colleagues break into laughter and seem to think it’s hilarious. They then suggest that because these vaccines are first tested in Russia, their side effects will help the U.S. win the Olympics because the Russian athletes will all be “loaded down with tumors.” For the record, this is the same vaccine that was given to tens of millions of Americans and promoted by the government.

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Note: this video does not imply the world is going to end in 2012… but it sure is a striking collection of signs of the times.

Extreme weather, Earth Changes, earthquakes, sinkholes, floods, drought, snow, mass animal deaths… and perhaps most symbolically of all, the US flag falling at an Olympics medal ceremony.

This is just a snapshot of events from around the world during the first two weeks of August. Has the Universe got your attention yet?

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sday, 31 July 2012 05:14

‘The Olympic Games, particularly the 2012 London Summer Olympiad, are a celebration not of amateur sports and universal human competition but of corporate greed, international conformity to the “new world order,” and global oligarchs and elites.’

Read more: Olympics: a Celebration of Globalized Conformity to Vulture Capitalism


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The Associated Press reportson the wide variety of betting options gamblers with their eyes on the Olympics will have. Some of the longer odds:

1,000-to-1 that a flying saucer will appear over Olympic Stadium during Friday’s opening ceremony. Tough luck, presumably, if aliens don’t make first contact until the next day.

Other longshots get slightly better odds, like 250-to-1 that every team in the 4×400-meter relay final drops the baton, or 33-to-1 that flamboyant London Mayor Boris Johnson accidentally lights his hair on fire with the Olympic torch.

And this being famously soggy London, of course they are taking bets on the weather, paying even-money that rain will mar the opening night. If that’s not enough to make an Olympic fan cry, Ladbrokes will pay $50 on a $1 bet that it will rain every day, and 10-to-1 that a strike by transit workers will halt train service on the London Underground.

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