Happy to oblige you, Bill!

Tongue meet cheek, I think.


these moves, which i believe roughly show the pre-sunday russian advancement, are definitely not crazy. on the contrary.
on the western part of the country going uphills, almost business as usual.
i could hear the the c-17s flying through by night low, since the start (24.)
as of today we let two b52Hs pass to romania.
what to say?

hard to comment

Wait, wait…"Putin Invades Russia, Indiscriminately Firing Missiles Into Russian Cities…? I’ll read the article, but whomever wrote the title must have been on acid.

Just watched: Well, that explains it. Not as much fun as acid, I’m sure.

No, Putin is certainly not crazy & I heard via a nefarious source that possibly Israeli & Jewish, in general, are being warned to leave Moldova, Romania, Transylvania and, get this, Poland. My best friend is from Poland and wanting to visit in 2 weeks. How many Jews in Poland? Yikes!

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Let me comment on this Myne,
Even prof. Mearsheimer who likes to blame West for its doings to Russia says clearly, that Putin is an XIX century man, not XXI not even XX. That should say something about his state of mind.
Besides if the saying that “history is a mother of all learning” is true, than Putin hasn’t learnt a squat.
One just have to look on the history of Crusades in the Western part of Christendom to see that force and arms are not the answer.

There is strange stuff with Putin. One of his security details quickly withdrew a statement about him being bunkered down and doing weird shamanic rituals; of course after disappearing for interrogation and his home being raided. Could be from one side or the other. Lots of people theorize he gets his philosophy directly from Alex Dugan who from what I get do believe in the rebirth of a cultural mother Russia under Christian enlightenment. Now it’s way more complicated than that, but that seems to be a belief lots of Russia fanatics as opposed to Russophobes believe. But then his history, just puke and puke with unsavory connections that would make Trump blush. Is it just a carefully crafted image Putin wants for himself much the same way Hitler catered to Germania Christians while despising them at the same time? I think it’s the latter. And it is sad cuz Christians, genuine believers are always ripped to and from with counter philosophies, dogmas and false Messiah. Third world War very similar if that’s the direction this thing goes, the churches been recently so well infiltrated to find false Messiah that it’s no wonder to me Qanon was so successful. Half lies and half truths. I would love it if someone came along and the war measures suddenly went away to with virtue and truth, but that’s always something exploited by these characters for nefarious ends. Putin probably wants people to connect him to Alexander Dugan, but not for the reasons the Russians or anyone want to believe for better or worse.


Oh I agree with you. He, however, is in his own world.

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Truth. Putin has scads of experience pulling the wool over peoples eyes…and just flat out lying.
But then all governments do the same, he is just really good at it.


True cuz even as an American in the face of such leadership as we have, I’m kinda like why can’t we have a cool dictator, instead we get Fritz and titts. And there’s a weird media narrative encouraging foreigners from lots of countries to join Ukraine forces. That to me could and would only backfire miserably. First off, you don’t have the translator problem like in Afghanistan, probably most Russians and Ukrainians speak English. To me it’s like giving Putin a free experienced army encouraging such mercenaries. For him and his troops, they know Russian weather, they know the homegame and capturing this volunteer army and then radicalizing them to surrender and fight would not only provide him with manpower, but extreme counter intelligence as well. Yet there’s the media who hates white people here, telling them go abroad and fight for your fellow white kinsmen you never meant. They talk about China playing the long game, they do got a great economy and influence, but maybe it’s Putin playing the long game, and fritz and titts encourage it. What a way to hollow out America and all the West in one fell swoop.

Please dont take anything as truth and never stop thinking for your self.
No way to know if anyone here is on to something or just spittin BS.

Everyone needs to verify/debunk each other, thats the only way to filter out the noise.


do u think Sc, that Russia uses swedish telecommunicaton systems any more?

p.s.: “No way to know if anyone here is on to something or just spittin BS.” nailed it bro’, nailed it.

I think they have done their best to make alternatives ever since Stalin.
Is probably very complex to know the details of clearing out any bugs in the system.

However now when all of the western corporations are forced to leave russia alot will change.
Russia is going to take everything from these companies (infrastructure, equipment, etc)
and just make it state owned (including Ericsson)

So these sanctions is actually going to rip the deepstates claws right out of russia.
Here is an article explaining the roots of Wallenberg/Ericsson control of russia.

Im sorry i cant just give a straight ansver…
I honestly dont know how much the different nations has cleaned out their coms.

I also dont want to derail this much more, maybe i should make a separate thread about the telecom infrastructure?

Ericsson / Wallenberg In Japan & Russia 1890 - 1930


Join here now, and you will understand a lot of things about today’s situation!

When the telephone operators Televerket and Stockholms Allmänna Telefonaktiebolag (SAT) started their own manufacturing operations in the 1890s, Ericsson was in difficulty. Without orders from these two large customers, the business was threatened.

During the same decade, Ericsson actually started manufacturing telephone equipment in Russia. The business, which was started in rented premises, was successful, and in 1900 Ericsson was able to open its own factory in St. Petersburg. At this time, there were very advanced plans to move the entire company to Russia. Which can be suspected to be the purpose given that certain parallel development processes could be coordinated to collaborate.

But in 1901, SAT ceased its manufacturing operations and the Swedish market was opened “successfully enough” again for Ericsson. However, investment in Russia continued, and from 1905, the year of the Russian-Japanese War, the St. Petersburg plant became an Ericsson subsidiary. The foundation for Ericsson’s development as an international company had been established.

Parallel to the Russo-Japanese War

“From the bodies of the brave dead were now heaped upon mountains; their blood flowed down the valleys. The battlefield was transformed into a cemetery, mountains and valleys into burnt earth. As the minutes and seconds passed, life after life was sent into eternity. ”

Thus begins Tadayoshi Sakurai’s diary entry about the first attacks on the outer fortifications at Port Arthur on August 19, 1904. Sakurai goes on to emphasize the importance of morality and will among the Japanese storm columns, or niku-dan (“human projectiles”) as he calls the soldiers which on a broad front stormed the fortifications.

It was a Japan morally strengthened by the victory of the Sino-Japanese War in the mid-1890s and by a new alliance with Britain. But it was another mildly undeveloped country that hardly enjoyed any excessive international respect. Despite the differences, the countries, according to history, still had similar goals in East Asia in that they both wanted to control Manchuria and Korea. Even then, Russia apparently did not have enough space and natural resources …

Unlike Pearl Harbor, the English-language daily press was downright cold to the Russian outrage over being attacked. On the contrary, the attack was largely interpreted as militarily motivated and - as the Japanese pointed out - had not Russia at least attacked Sweden in 1808 without any formal declaration of war …?

It was thus a very war-weary Japan that went to the negotiating table in August 1905 after “winning” the war. The country had spent large sums on the war, mostly paid for by foreign loans … more about that below, and also had its army so badly persuaded that it basically had to be rebuilt - unfortunately, the Black Dragon grew out of it. this structure …

Korekiyo Takahashi

Korekiyo Takahashi joined the Bank of Japan in 1892, and his talents were soon recognized when he was promoted to Vice President in 1898.

During and after the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905, Takahashi took out foreign loans that were critical of Japan’s war work. He met in person with the American Wallenberg friend and financier Jacob Schiff, who together with Warburgs, among others, created the Fed, which moved half of Japan’s loans to the United States. He also took out loans from the Rothschild family in the UK. THEN - at this time - the Rothschild interests still had an influence worth the name. It quickly slowed down from here.

For this success, Takahashi was appointed to the Legislative Chamber of Japan in 1905.

Takahashi was appointed president of the Yokohama Specie Bank in 1906. He became executive baron (danshaku) under the kazoku peerage system in 1907.

Takahashi was governor of the Bank of Japan from June 1, 1911, to February 20, 1913. The year when the Fed was formed in the United States for those unfamiliar with the connections, from above.

In 1913, Takahashi was appointed Minister of Finance by Prime Minister Yamamoto Gonnohyōe and then joined the Rikken Seiyūkai political party. He was appointed Prime Minister by Hara Takashi in 1918. In 1920, Takahashi’s title was raised to viscount (shishaku). After Hara was assassinated in 1921, Takahashi was appointed both Prime Minister and Party President Rikken Seiyūkai.

Takahashi served as Minister of Finance during the administration of Tanaka Giichi (1927-1929) the Tsuyoshi Inukai (1931-1932), Saitō Makoto (1932-1934) and Okada Keisuke (1934-1936) murdered by the then much stronger Black Dragon on Pentecost 1932 . In other words, two assassinated prime ministers of Takahashi.

Thus, to get Japan out of the “Great Depression” of 1929, he dramatically embarked on an expansive monetary and fiscal policy, abandoning the gold standard in December 1931 - strangely enough the same year that the BIS was introduced on a broader front and he was already running Japan in deficit. Despite such “great success”, his fiscal policy reduction created “many enemies” in the military and he was among those killed by rebellious military officers on February 26, 1936. His grave is in the Tama Reien Cemetery in Fuchū , Tokyo - dead men do not speak.

Back to Russia

Investments in Russia have never been particularly confidence-inspiring, but for someone who is prepared to ride out storms, they may well be worth their salt, at least for a while - or depending on the purpose, perhaps for a very long time …? When the situation stabilized in 1907, Ericsson’s sales in Russia increased rapidly and the plant in St. Petersburg doubled its profits in just a few years. In 1910, the factory had about 900 employees and there seemed to be no limit to the success. Not even the outbreak of the First World War could stop the expanding activity, despite the fact that important material deliveries from the city of Stockholm had to take the very difficult land route at that time, over Haparanda in northern Sweden and Russian Finland due to the maritime blockade.

During the last stages of the war, “plans were still being made” for expansion. The St. Petersburg factory was expanded and modernized as late as 1916 so that it would be fine and last for many years - but the October Revolution of the Bolsheviks in 1917, which was not exactly to any small extent organized from Sweden, finally stopped all such activities outwardly. Ericsson was completely thrown out of Russia without receiving as much as a single kopeck as compensation for all its assets in St. Petersburg. What heavenly misfortune, what financial trauma … but the established telecom infrastructure remained in any case. So it probably came in handy, because it could not have been so bad that Ericsson was actually responsible for the actual gathering of information that was the basis for the Russian revolution … As a kind of pilot case?

Some strange detail differences from Wikipedia

"Around 1924, Bäckaskog’s castle was leased by Per Åkers (Nilsson) who was director of the Swedish-owned telephone company in Poland. He had previously, until the revolution in 1917,

been director of the telephone company owned by LM Ericsson in Moscow, where he originally came. as gymnastics director and then learned Russian. He was the last to lease both the castle and the farm and lived in the castle for many years. A relative then took over the lease of the farm. "

So you do not want to sign with the historical activities in Moscow, if it is documented in the Russian archives - and it does - then many perceptions of reality are very crumpled

Ericsson, on the other hand, states that it was only established in St. Petersburg and further the following:

Erik Oskar Sandberg was an almost unsurpassed talent when it came to marketing. When Tsar Nicholas II spent time in Moscow in 1903, Sandberg had arranged for a specially built telephone to be installed in his palace at the Kremlin, connected to 20 or so telephones in the building. The system worked perfectly, and the tsar expressed his satisfaction through gifts of gold and jewelry to the company’s management and the employees who worked there. The company was later able to deliver to the tsar, exclusive telephones of the new type “Dachshund” decorated with gold and ebony. Yes, and of course it was an attempt at revolution after two years - what a coincidence.

In 1905, Ericsson probably created a Russian company for operations in St. Petersburg. Sandberg became managing director and spy director and he expanded and modernized the St. Petersburg factory. The largest customers were the Russian telephone agency, several authorities, the Swedish Rail Agency and private companies. This time, at least, nothing would go wrong. One can probably state without further ado that the selection was of a fairly significant strategic nature … When the First World War broke out in August 1914, they also received orders from the military, curtain!

Ericsson thus lost its factory in St. Petersburg, but the newly renovated facility continued to produce telephones during the 20th century under the name “Red Dawn”. Ericsson did not return to Russia until 1994 - almost 100 years after the establishment of its first business there, but this time the company chose to base itself in today’s capital, Moscow. However, a second office was soon opened in St. Petersburg …

Finally, a Wallenberger

Gustav Oscar Wallenberg was the managing director of the shipping company, which in 1897 took over traffic from the Swedish side of the Trelleborg – Sassnitz route and worked within the trade and shipping committee appointed in 1898 to increase the shipping industry and especially for direct Swedish relations with more important transoceanic countries.

In 1892 he became the first managing director of Järnvägs AB Stockholm – Saltsjön, but left this post in 1896 (he was succeeded by Oscar Busch).

The same subject was to a large extent the subject of his interest, when he, together with Herr Warburg, belonged to the Riksdag’s second chamber as a representative of the city of Stockholm. The first years from 1900 he described himself as wild, but from 1902 he belonged to the Liberal Coalition Party, as did Herr Warburg 1905-1906. When, after the dissolution of the union, there was a question of reorganizing Sweden’s diplomacy, Wallenberg was used for these tasks and he was appointed envoy in Tokyo in 1906 (after the failed attempt at revolution and the failed Russian-Japanese war) and from 1907 he was carefully accredited in Peking. Imagine what luck! That he would be neither acquainted with Takahashi nor Hirohito d.ä. we can calmly and completely ignore.

Wallenberg thus became the first permanently stationed Swedish career diplomat in East Asia. At the same time, he was promoted at a completely lightning-fast career pace to Commander-in-Chief of the 1st degree. It was really fast working in the military hierarchy …

Thus, on July 2, 1908, as if by God’s providence, Wallenberg concluded a “Treaty of Friendship, Trade and Shipping” with the Chinese Qing Court as a replacement for the old Opium Agreements after the Opium Wars. The treaty was in line with other treaties that China concluded with several Western powers around the turn of the last century. We can not even guess what these may have meant.

On the one hand, the treaty confirmed the extensive privileges Sweden had secured with the Treaty of Canton in 1847 after the Opium War, on the other hand, the new treaty externally provided an opportunity for the abolition of many of these privileges since China reformed its judiciary. A purely credibility-maintaining effort, in other words, because after all, China was still only an English possession and neither more nor less!

With all of the above in mind, Wallenberg’s return from Tokyo in early 1918. Of course, due to these events during the First World War and especially the Swedish-backed Russian Revolution, “uncertain conditions” were caused and Wallenberg was stopped in Siberia, where he was detained for a long time for one reason or another, and further that he then had to return to Japan and then travel across the United States to Sweden, where he did not arrive until February 1919. In 1920, Wallenberg was transferred to Constantinople as a minister. He was a side accredited in Sofia and held the position until 1930.

Wallenberg moved from Skeppsholmen parish to Turkey with regard to church records.

What happened in Turkey at this time is something that Recep Tayip Erdogan, for the fairly obvious reasons presented here, intends to bring great clarity to, because he knows exactly what Turkcell is for and why.

look at the video of the general. they have all the evidence of the us-ukraine and even german ‘actions’. 2 hours before he gave the briefing…

its just what was lurking in my mind since reading your chips:
the russians have had a separate electronics developed. no ‘intel’, ‘ericsson’ backdoors…

Yeah in quite sure russia made very thorough preparations long before they went in.
Collecting evidense, clearing all the labs before blowing anything up etc.

have u heard of the romanian mig-21 that was blown out of the sky?
and right after that they sent a (puma) copter - with five men, which exited the radio after 20 minutes as well.
both were shot down, by ‘somebody’ AND ‘somewhere’.
the russians did not claim the kill on ukraine soil, neither the romanian claimed that they were somewhere (Moldova?, Ukraine?) else than Romania.
this begs the question: what happened to the mig-21 and the puma copter and where?
since nobody said nothing about it, just the russians said last night that ‘Romania’ is their least friendly on the list of unfriendly nations.
and they got 2 b52h landed there - flown through here-, full-loaded yesterday, into Romania…

I found this article…

Buk & MH17 In Ukraine



_ time for Ukraine - if you have not noticed it, I can point out that all such articles are even difficult to distinguish in the Layout.

"The prosecutor previously insisted “The plane was the target of a missile from the Pervomayskoye settlement.
Investigators involved in the MH17 case found no other weapons that could have crashed the plane other than the Buk missile system,” Dutch prosecutor Manon Ridderbeks said on Tuesday.
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 en route to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam crashed on July 17, 2014, in eastern Ukraine, where the government was waging war against the self-proclaimed republics of the Donbass region. All 298 people on board were killed. Kyiv and the self-proclaimed republics have blamed each other for the incident.
The investigation into the MH17 crash is being carried out by Dutch prosecutors and the Dutch led by a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) as most of the passengers on board were citizens of the Netherlands. JIT claims that the plane was shot down by a Buk missile belonging to the Russian armed forces, which Moscow denies.
The court that heard the MH17 case accused the Russians Igor Girkin, Sergei Dubinsky and Oleg Pulatov, as well as the Ukrainian Leonid Kharchenko of causing the plane crash.
Russia conducted its own investigation and said it had provided JIT with evidence, including radar data, showing that the plane had been shot down by a Ukrainian Buk missile, stored in the country since 1986. However, Moscow was denied all access to the investigation, and information from the Russian investigators were ignored. "

Most of my links comes from this Swedish blog.
They were the first to openly trying to expose the Swedish deepstate and show proof of how they control the world with their monopoly on core technologies and critical industries.


Just put it through Google translation and try to search for specific terms.

I found this article by searching “ukraine plane crash”

oh, boy. this happened last week…
and it seemingly is here:

something stinks

Yeah stinks of a shitty coverup, didnt read much about it untill now.

Probably not related but i found this!
So could be alot of stuff happening there that may or not be vital for the overall plan.

Anything energy related is very important in the fight.
One of the deepstates strongest levarage points is there control over the use of nuclear power.
A century of fear mongering and politics has held back the use of nuclear energy as much as they possibly could.
Seems like alot of nations have mini reactors coming online soon.
The tech is well over 50years old aswell, so its not really any new tech that has made it possible now.
Its probably the people who been keeping it down not having much real power anymore.

"Romania plans to build small and modular nuclear reactors. The new plant will start supplying electricity as early as 2028.

The search for fossil-free electricity has increased interest in small modular nuclear power reactors, SMR. There are many investments in technology around the world, and now Romania is also joining the countries that want to invest in SMR, says Euractive .

The work is being done in collaboration with the USA, and according to the White House will be an important part in making the energy sector fossil-free and achieving net zero emissions.

At present, Romania receives [about one-fifth of its energy from nuclear power]

Nuscale’s technology in Romania before the United States

Cooperation with the United States means that Romania will now expand its capacity with the help of American technology. It is a six-module power plant from Nuscale, which will be completed and supply electricity by 2028. This means that Nuscale’s technology will be in place in Romania two years before it is launched in the USA.

Nuscale’s modular light water reactors can generate 77 megawatts of electricity, which means that the installed capacity of the Romanian plant will be 462 megawatts. This can be compared with the smallest reactor in Forsmark, block 1, which has a net power of 984 megawatts.

The cost of Nuscale’s technology is said to be around [SEK 30 billion per gigawatt of power

Nuscale was the first SMR company in the United States to receive approval for [its design from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission"