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RE: A history of banking – Slavery by debt, laws and treaties - Firestarter - 08-26-2020
I’m (almost) sure that it’s just a coincidence that riots broke out in Belarus earlier this month....
Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko refused to lockdown the country over the coronavirus “pandemic”!
President Lukashenko responded to the demands of the IMF to lockdown or no loans would be provided:
Quote:It is ready to fund us ten times more than it offered initially as a token of commendation for our efficient fight against this virus. The World Bank has even asked the Healthcare Ministry to share the experience. Meanwhile, the IMF continues to demand from us quarantine measures, isolation, a curfew. This is nonsense. We will not dance to anyone's tune.https://eng.belta.by/president/view/belarus-president-unwilling-to-accept-additional-terms-to-get-foreign-loans-131164-2020/
RE: A history of banking – Slavery by debt, laws and treaties - Firestarter - 08-27-2020
It remains a mystery how to find information on another series of mass protests orchestrated to bring down a regime that doesn’t bow down to the New World Order.
I first searched for “Belarus orchestrated protests”, which brought up nothing worthwhile; then I searched for “Belarus protests William Engdahl” and found the following article that is quite good...
I’ll start with the most important information that shows interference from the USA.
The protests in Belarus use the same model that the CIA and its various NGOs, led by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), have repeatedly used.
In 2019, the NED funded some 34 grants to anti-Lukashenko activities in Belarus. The grants went to projects like:
NGO Strengthening: To increase local and regional civic engagement... to identify local problems and develop advocacy strategies;
NGO Strengthening: To foster youth civic engagement;
Expand an online depository of publications not readily accessible in the country, including works on politics, civil society, history, human rights, and independent culture;
To defend and support independent journalists and media;
Training democratic parties and movements in effective advocacy campaigns.
Get the picture!
A key role in coordinating the “spontaneous” protests was played by the Warsaw-based (in Poland) texting and video channel Nexta (Belarusian for “somebody”).
Nexta is headed by the 22-year old Belarus exile in Poland, Stepan Putila (a.k.a. Stepan Svetlov). Stepan Putila has previously worked for the Warsaw-based Belsat channel which is funded by the Polish Foreign Ministry and (again) USAID.
With the Belarus Internet shut down, Nexta posted videos of protest and police crackdown. It quickly became the centre of the Belarus “Colour Revolution”.
Nexta has sent information through social media: plans for protests (including where and when), where cops are assembled and ways how to bypass internet blocking (by using proxies).
Nexta has also circulated protesters’ demands, updates about arrests, locations of arrests by riot police, contact information to lawyers and human rights defenders and addresses where protesters can hide in. advised subscribers how to bypass internet blocking by using proxies and other means.
Even more interesting is the co-founder of Nexta since March 2020, another Belarus exile, Roman Protasevich. Protasevich has worked for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (that’s US Government media).
Protasevich also worked for the Polish-based Euroradio, which is funded by USAID. He was also pictured in the CIA’s 2013-14 Maidan Square demonstrations in the Ukraine.
In April 2018, Protasevich went to the US State Department in Washington (for instructions?). On his Facebook page he wrote, “The most important week in my life begins". He also posted the following picture, stating "Never had so many important and interesting encounters in my life. Tired but very pleased".
See Roman Protasevich, inside the US State Department, 23 April 2018.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who ran against Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko (who won the election in a landslide) after her husband was arrested and prevented to run, claims she won the election based on exit polls. On 14 August, Tikhanovskaya announced that she was forming a "coordination council" to secure a peaceful transfer of power.
On Monday, Sviatlana Tikhanovskaya met Donald’s Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun in Lithuania — obviously to instruction her on what to say/do.
In response to the CIA-orchestrated riots, Donald’s Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the Trump regime “has been inspired by the display of peaceful expression of the Belarusian people seeking to determine their own future”.
Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko refused to lockdown the country over the coronavirus “pandemic”! By 13 August, Belarus had recorded a total of 617 COVID-19 deaths. One very important point is that the Belarus Health Ministry ignored the bizarre WHO recommendations to classifying COVID-19 fatalities on nothing more than “suspicion”.
The Western “democracies” have long been trying to get rid of Lukashenko. In 2008, Bush Jr.’s Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice denounced Lukashenko as Europe’s “last dictator” (this is echoed in the current propaganda): http://williamengdahl.com/englishNEO21Aug2020.php
RE: A history of banking – Slavery by debt, laws and treaties - Firestarter - 09-28-2020
Our wonderful media continue to report on the thousands of protesters in Belarus.
Sometimes these stories are actually based on the US intelligence financed NEXTA’s twitter account (not banned of course): https://twitter.com/nexta_tv
See for example the following report of thousands of protesters at the streets of the capital Minsk and other cities to protest against President Alexander Lukashenko’s morning inauguration.
According to Belarus authorities, 364 people were arrested, of which 252 in Minsk alone.
The USA and European Union condemned the election as “neither free nor fair” and criticised the “violent police crackdown” on the protests in Belarus. The EU has been warning about sanctions against the Belarusian leadership: https://apnews.com/article/alexander-lukashenko-belarus-inaugurations-elections-minsk-950de9f025dc9b68b484ae265bc5090f
The following article argues that in reality there are no massive protests, and the “color revolution” is already finished.
The following photo shows a total of some 2000 people protesting in Minsk. That isn’t very much in a city of 2 million, and they were only the “rich city kids” (I don’t know what they mean by that!).
Obama’s deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes posted on 11 Aug 2020 (confirming that this is “our fight”):
Quote:Americans have to recognize that the fight against Lukashenko in Belarus is our fight. He is part of the same trend that has ravaged the US, Russia, Turkey, Hungary, Hong Kong, Brazil, Israel, Egypt, the Philippines, Zimbabwe, and others. We need sustained solidarity in response.I’m not sure how the people in Belarus would read that: https://www.thelibertybeacon.com/belarus-this-color-revolution-is-already-dead-the-union-state-has-killed-it/
Maybe this was the intention of the protests all along.
Our wonderful media have often pictured Lukashenko as a mere puppet of Russian President Putin, but in reality he wasn’t.
Now with nowhere else to go, Lukashenko has asked Putin for help (making him dependent on Chabad-friend Putin).
On 14 September 2020, Lukashenko met Vladimir Putin in Sochi.
Putin’s Russia will provide an emergency loan of $1.5 billion to the Lukashenko administration: https://www.voanews.com/europe/putin-grants-belarus-15-billion-loan
This looks similar to the Ukraine of 2013, which also was orchestrated by CIA-front National Endowment for Democracy (NED), when Russia offered to lend $15 billion to then Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych after the foreign-orchestrated Maiden protests...
The ambassador to Russia under Obama, Michael McFaul, explained 7 steps needed to incite a successful revolution - the "7 Pillars of Color Revolution".
This is happening now in both Bolivia and Belarus: https://syncreticstudies.com/2014/12/03/the-color-revolution-model-an-expose-of-the-core-mechanics/
RE: A history of banking – Slavery by debt, laws and treaties - Firestarter - 10-05-2020
Here’s some information on the role Amnesty International plays in orchestrating the Belarus protests…
I’m just glad that nobody is “shocked” by Amnesty International – front for Anglo-American intelligence under the guise of defending “human rights”: https://forums.richieallen.co.uk/showthread.php?tid=1794
Quote:The world is shocked by images and reports exposing police using brutal violence against peaceful protestors as the Belarusian authorities wage a vicious crackdown on their own citizens. Sign the petition demanding that the police violence ends now.https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/europe-and-central-asia/belarus/
Quote:President Aleksandr Lukashenko was elected to office in 1994, and since that time his government has been authoritarian. The Belarusian government has cracked down on opposition leaders and movements, and abused civil rights to freedom of assembly and association.https://www.amnestyusa.org/countries/belarus/
In August, Amnesty International staged protests in front of the Belarus Embassy in Brussels.
Wonderful isn’t it?!? Lukashenko evil, Boris and Donald good (please don’t mention the Queen, who’s such a “sweet” old lady)!
RE: A history of banking – Slavery by debt, laws and treaties - Firestarter - 10-27-2020
Not very surprisingly, NATO member Lithuania, backs the attack on Belarus president Lukashenko, “by providing visas, housing and financial support to opposition figures; promoting Belarusian activists in Lithuanian universities, including awarding educational scholarships at the expense of the Lithuanian Ministry of Education, Science and Sports; simplified employment in the Lithuanian labor market; and, free medical services”.
Maybe the plan really is to drive Lukashenko into the claws of Vladimir Putin: https://www.globalresearch.ca/lithuanian-government-impoverishes-own-citizens-try-topple-lukashenko/5727563
The protests in Belarus appear to be orchestrated from Poland (ultimately following orders from Washington and London).
Lithuania is also part of the Polish President Andrzej Duda proposed “Three Seas Initiative” (for the Baltic, Adriatic and Black Seas) that includes Poland, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, and Slovenia.
Its second meeting in Warsaw, Poland in July 2017 was attended by US President Donald Trump on his way to the Hamburg G20 Summit: http://www.williamengdahl.com/englishNEO6Dec2017.php
RE: A history of banking – Slavery by debt, laws and treaties - Firestarter - 11-08-2020
The same Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that plays a huge role in orchestrating the COVID-19 “pandemic”, is financing the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) to destroy food production, as obviously they don’t want Africa to eat (“sustainable” agriculture sounds so much better than genocide!)…
Since it was launched in 2006, AGRA has received more than $1 billion dollars from: the Gates Foundation, USAID and the UK and German governments.
Since August 2019, Hailemariam Desalegn is the chairman of AGRA. Desalegn is former Prime Minister of Ethiopia for the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front, of which WHO director Tedros was also a member.
Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, is also on the AGRA board after leaving the Gates Foundation. Shah has been USAID director under Obama.
The earlier President of AGRA since 2014, was Agnes Kalibata former Agriculture Minister under the genocidal Kagame dictatorship of Rwanda.
AGRA and the Gates Foundation also had extensive ties to major agribusiness firms like Bayer (including Monsanto after the merger), BASF, Corteva Agriscience (a merger between Dow and DuPont), OCP Group (formerly Office Chérifien des Phosphates), Yara, and Cargill.
In 13 African countries, AGRA has created debt traps for small farmers to force them to buy expensive patented seeds, and produce monoculture crops for export.
In Tanzania, AGRA’s approach forced small-scale food into debt.
Projects in Zambia also led to the indebtedness of participating small-scale food producers. Some farmers already after the first harvest were unable to repay loans for fertilizer and seeds.
AGRA has forced farmers to grow maize. Some countries, like Zambia, have nearly doubled the area planted with maize as a result of the Green Revolution incentives to plant the crop, yet their productivity growth over the 12- year period is only 27%.
The results are disastrous (even before the corona “pandemic”). The number of severely undernourished people in AGRA countries increased from 100.5 million to 131.3 million from 2006 to 2018 (a 30% increase).
For Sub-Saharan Africa as a whole, the number of severely undernourished people increased by more than 50 million to 230 million people, but the share thereof decreased slightly from 24.3% to 22.5%.
In Nigeria and Uganda the increase in undernourishment was the largest, with the number more than doubling in these 12 years. In Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, and Uganda the share as well as the number of starving increased.
Only Ethiopia reports a significant decline in the amount of chronically hungry people: https://www.rosalux.de/fileadmin/rls_uploads/pdfs/Studien/False_Promises_AGRA_en.pdf
RE: A history of banking – Slavery by debt, laws and treaties - Firestarter - 11-15-2020
One of the funders of the “reputable” Guardian is the Tides Foundation.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Open Society Foundations of George Soros have both funded the Guardian with hundreds of thousands of dollars and are even partners (who needs “free press” anyway?): https://theguardian.org/about-us-2/