NATO Ready to Attack a Nuclear Plant to Ethnically Cleanse Russians From Ukraine – George Eliason

The recent in-depth discussion between George Eliason and Vanessa Beeley on the reality in Ukraine will shock ands disturb you….

The Wall Will Fall

I interview independent journalist George Eliason based in Donbass for shocking insight into the predatory nature of NATO member states.

What Chernobyl looks like now. Photo: Philip Grossman

“Why is Zelensky shelling a Nuclear plant? The war will end and money stream will dry up. If Ukraine sets off a Nuclear explosion (3 times that of Chernobyl) funding opportunities increase and are guaranteed for 100 years during clean-up operations. This IS the thought behind the process. Bankrupting EU and US while ensuring disappearance of Russians and Russian speakers in the region.”

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Empire Of Hypocrisy.

The real relationship between The Commonwealth and its “family of nations and peoples” here becomes starkly clear.

When the City of London vampires look at men, women and children in Africa, Asia or elsewhere, they don’t see fellow human beings but “assets” with “potential”, “human capital” from which they hope to derive a highly lucrative “demographic dividend”.
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….Anyone who dares to expose and challenge their sugar-coated sociopathy is likely to be denounced as a selfish, reactionary, right-wing conspiracy theorist.

After all, what decent citizen could possibly have a problem with an empire which is “a compelling force for good” working to “eradicate poverty”, to bring about “peace and harmony” and “a better world for our children”?

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Fasten your seatbelts … tight.

winter oak

by Paul Cudenec

  1. The nice imperialists
  2. A global agenda
  3. Human capital
  4. Impact outcomes
  5. Vast fortunes
  6. Devoted to deceit

1. The nice imperialists

British empire

In the middle of the 19th century, the British Empire ran into what what would today be termed a “public relations crisis”.

Influential domestic voices were starting to criticise its industrial system and worldwide domination on ethical grounds, not least the art critic John Ruskin.

He wrote that all he had found at the heart of what was supposedly a great civilization was “insane religion, degraded art, merciless war, sullen toil, detestable pleasure, and vain or vile hope”. (1)

Lack of public support for the empire at home from the wave of “Little Englander” sentiment also risked affecting the way Britain’s activities were viewed abroad.

As Carroll Quigley writes, its success was partly due to “its ability to present itself to the world as the defender of…

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