Are Pakistan’s ISI and Saudi Arabia really ISIS?

Pakistani intelligence agency logo – spooky satanic occult symbolism. That crescent moon is Saturn mythology with 3 different celestial bodies, not two (for the untrained eye).

Their name, ISI – inter services intelligence. Add an ‘S’ to the end of that due to their close partnership with Saudi Arabia and you could get, ‘ISIS.’

Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) are all aligned theologically so it’s not a stretch at all.

I wonder what US companies have been covertly producing weapons in Pakistan. The “war on terrorism” has at least been instrumental in propelling the thirst of the world into a new world order based upon international law.

Seems like Astana, within a predominately Muslim nation, continues to factor into setting the stage for this new order more and more. A new “Brussels” of sorts to provide “solutions” to the most “complex” human challenges.

Astana, itself (like Cathloicsm, Washington DC, Islam, Kabbalism, and Freemasonry) draws heavily from Saturn mythology imagery and symbolism of the Golden Age of humanity. This movement will ultimately claim to know, be the gatekeepers of this “special” knowledge and “officially” represent the true God of humanity, yet, will slaughter many people and nations that refuse to submit to it.

The movement will promise prosperity, peace and security but it will not be true and will require tons of human blood sacrifice through various rituals and war.

ISIS, and their sponsors, has been showing us just how dedicated humans can be to this movement of madness. At the same time, much of the rest of humanity has been demonstrating just how indifferent they are to this evil unleashed upon species of their own flesh and blood.

Don’t confuse the thirst for international law and order with a thirst for righteousness.


German Dissent Over The Latest US Sanctions Against Russia

Image: NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium.

Shouldn’t US sanctions against Russia draw our European NATO partners closer to us – in other words, rally the allies all together, not drive them away or infuriate them?

Shouldn’t European nations, such as Germany, be leading and driving the actions of NATO anyway or is there more at play happening that the US government and corporate media is not being forthrite about? 

Please read the following from Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge :

“Less than a day after the Senate overwhelmingly voted to impose new sanctions against the Kremlin, on Thursday Germany and Austria – two of Russia’s biggest energy clients in Europe – slammed the latest U.S. sanctions against Moscow, saying they could affect European businesses involved in piping in Russian natural gas.

Shortly after the Senate voted Wednesday to slap new sanctions on key sectors of Russia’s economy over “interference in the 2016 U.S. elections” and aggression in Syria and Ukraine, in a joint statement Austria’s Chancellor Christian Kern and Germany’s Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said it appeared that the Senate bill was aimed at securing US energy jobs and pushing out Russian gas deliveries to Europe.

Gabriel and Kern also accused the U.S. of having ulterior motives in seeking to enforce the energy blockade, which they said is trying to help American natural gas suppliers at the expense of their Russian rivals. And they warned the threat of fining European companies participating in the Nord Stream 2 project “introduces a completely new, very negative dimension into European-American relations.”

In their forceful appeal, the two officials urged the United States to back off from linking the situation in Ukraine to the question of who can sell gas to Europe. “Europe’s energy supply is a matter for Europe, and not for the United States of America,” Kern and Gabriel said. The reason why Europe is angry Some Eastern European countries, including Poland and Ukraine, fear the loss of transit revenue if Russian gas supplies don’t pass through their territory anymore once the new pipeline is built.”

Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, who has kept a careful and watchful eye on European affairs for many years, notices in this that the United States is actually “driving away our most powerful allies and replacing them with… no one.”

The Omitted Lessons About Evil Nations Of The Past

What is truly behind the words or slogans humanity coins in order to steer focus back to historical events of human cruelty? 

Why do we want to remember the Jewish “Holocaust” of the 1940’s in Germany? Why do we want to “never forget” what happened to nearly 3,000 people died on September 11, 2001, when airplanes were flown into the twin towers in New York City? How could such lawlessness take place? 

What is the true significance of a candlelight prayer “vigil” immediately following tragic murders of one or numerous people, killed by terrorists?

The word “vigil,” actually means “awake.” It has nothing to do with closing your senses to reality. Those “lit” candles in the dark are reminders to us of the value of sight in a dark world. Even if “official” ceremonies are contrived to divert discerning human focus away from nefarious activity, we look back on horrors of the past to identify the mistakes and the “evil” so, hopefully, they are not repeated, and, possibly, resisted.

We reflect on the past to help us “awaken” to our own times because history reveals humanity has a tendency to go “dark.” It will and does turn “evil.” And so, remembering the evil past entails much more than remembering the victims or heroes. 

Have you ever read books or watched documentaries or films re-telling historical events such as the Black African slave trade industry, the Bolshevik revolution, World War I, the rise of Nazi Germany and any, or all, of the horrors of World War II leaving many nations in ruins, or the Soviet gulags following the rise of Russian communism?

Did victims or heroes cause these? What about villains and criminals? What role did the rest of society play in enabling, supporting and joining in the mass movement of evil? 

Why, for example, in light of the Jewish Holocaust, did the Catholic Church and others stay silent about the prison camps and stay silent for so long? Is it really that difficult to speak out about the violence and evil of your own society, people and nation? 

I am, sadly, finding in our day, that in fact, there is a social tendency by the masses to be slow or even deny reality. How easy it is to look back on distant times and historical events and “judge” entire peoples for being slow to correct the injustices of human slave trading, for example. For we are mostly repeating the injustices of the blind masses. Some of may not be turning a blind eye, but are active, chanting and cheering celebrants of crimes against humanity. What if we have become the new Nazis and their supporters?

Who was benefiting from these horrors and for so long? Why did societies allow them to persist for so long?

With this in mind, consider the following brief commentary of our times by Hiroyuki Hamada, an artist and social activist based in New York. He is a leading voice in self assessing the US and its own “evil” activity that too few Americans are willing to even entertain, much less, speak out against.

What nation do you want to talk about where the US military and CIA have been active in the last 70 years do you want to talk about? Or, if you dare, consider just the nations during the 21st Century? Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Sudan, Somalia and so on? How much further into this century will all of this be tolerated by Americans?How much longer will it be tolerated by the world? 

In light of all the cultural importance our society places on “education” and “remembering,” how is it that have we omitted the discipline of evaluating the “goodness” of our society or its “evil,” – especially when so many people and nations are met with American “injustice?”

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He continues, as he cites film producer and activist, Coleen Rowley, prior to posting the following article from journalist, Eva Golinger concerning former Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez (posted below):

The Pakistani Couple Who Left Islam and Islamic Society

One would think Western nations, their institutions (government, schools, media, religions, think tanks and so on) would be at least greater facilitators for offering the voice of the rogue minority coming out of the huge religion of 1. 4 billion or so people.

Yet, the prevailing stance of Western society is that of advocacy and apology (defense) for Islam. 

Dissenting type of voices of Islam normally do not make it to Western shores. Why would this be? The people behind these voices often face Dhimmi status (Islamic endorsed slavery), apostasy punishment (which can mean death), and numerous other culturally inflicted hardships.

The single most critical of Islam US Presidential candidate of the 2016, Donald Trump, and of the nation which gave birth to the ideology known as Islam, Saudi Arabia (a self proclaimed Sunni Islamic state and theocracy), has become one of its strongest and advocates. He recently announced a record military arms and economic package approaching half a trillion dollars in worth.

He is also, as Commander in Chief, of the US military, continuing and escalating war in Syria where the US has long funded and trained Sunni Islamic jihadists (often referred to as “rebels” or “moderates”) to overthrow the Syrian President who is known throughout the world (except the West) as a diversity valuing ruler of Syrian society.

President Trump’s daughter is also the recent recipient of Saudi Arabian, along with the UAE, “generosity” by awarding her foundation $100 million.

Saudi Arabia has never offered a recantation of Islamic beliefs and it is still illegal for women to even drive there. Plus, if you are gay in Saudi Arabia, you could be killed by the government or members of society in the name of the religion of Islam.

If you know your history, you’ll know that Pakistan is an extension of Saudi Arabia and serves to perpetuate Saudi Arabian Islamic ideology throughout southeast Asia, India and the rest of the world.

Read the following article by Pakistani immigrants, Sami Shah and Ishma Alvi. They both grew up in Islam in Pakistan.

Among the top statements in this article that stick out in my mind which are often missed or ignored by Westerners entirely:

“The couple also explained the reasons for their transition (out of Islam) by citing passages from the Quran, which Mr Shah has described as ‘maddening as a text’.”

“In the piece published in The Weekend Australian, Mr Shah said for Muslims to turn their backs on Islam, the controversial move can be punishable by death but he was happy to now be living openly as an atheist.”

“Ms Alvi, a psychologist, said she believed Islam was not female-positive, a notion she first came to when she was aged 17.”

Westerners must ask: who is truly benefiting from all the Islamic advocacy in our culture, and why?

America did not become the nation that it did, and, therefore, the leader of the Western world due to the simple thirst for a better life – the original immigrants were not simply fleeing oppressive European theocracies, they sought freedom from state sanctioned and imposed religion. This is why the First Amendment of the US Constitution is the first amendment (government shall not establish religion along with freedom of press/speech)!

Western society (and their institutions) should be the one safe place in the world to criticize any religion and support any who leave it.

If You Believe You Truly Support Progressive Politics In The US Then You’ll Agree With This

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is an upcoming “progressive” leader within the Democratic Party.

She is running for US Congress in New York’s 14th district. She has a solid grasp of our times in the US, which includes the corporate corruption which infects politicians in both parties.

She talks in more detail about current US challenges in her recent interview with Jimmy Dore.

Check her out in the 20 minute video below or on her website:

Russia Mobilizes 90 Nuclear Missile Launchers

“As a show of force,” Russia mobilizes 90 nuclear Topol-M and RS-24 Yars ground-based intercontinental ballistic missile launchers.

There are 200 nuclear power plants in Europe. What do you think would happen if Russia decides to strike just 5 or so?

US/NATO record level military build-up over there since WW2 would look utterly silly and horrifyingly miscalculating in this US era of post diplomacy.

It is no wonder Germany has announced, among other things, the US is no longer a reliable ally and France has recently vocalized its own contextualized relationship with Russia harkening back to 300 plus years.