May 2022

German resistance grows to Sgt. Scholz's decision to send heavy equipment to Ukraine

Germany, in this humble opinion, is the one to watch as the war continues. Why? Because Germans cannot afford to remain unconscious about consequences. Even though most of that heavy military equipment, if it works at all, will probably be peddled off to other theaters of war by the incredibly corrupt Ukraine regime, this decision doesn’t look good and Germans know it. Not only is this war affecting its energy supplies, it is threatening German lives.

Monopoly meat

A customer who handles the Amish farmer’s website and other modern communications concurred with him, saying:

“The USDA processing plants require the meat to be treated with a chemical cocktail of citric acid, lactic acid and peracetic acid. The peracetic acid is toxic, and the citric and lactic [acids] are GMO.”

Anke, another customer of Miller, pointed out that the lactic acid used to preserve meat is not a natural version.

Unions returning to the workplace

The ghost of the Gipper seems to have shut up. -- blj


Thom Hartmann Reprot

Is "Democracy in the Workplace" Having a Moment?
Predatory industries — making millions by helping billionaires squeeze pennies out of working class people — are a tragic indicator of our having reached what I call “the cancer stage of capitalism”

Thom Hartmann

The other story of the Ukraine war

The Mossad attributes Israel’s economic miracle in creating an equivalent of Silicon Valley to a base of a million Russian immigrants. This Israeli Silicon Valley happens to be a key asset of the American MICIMATT (military-industrial-congressional-intelligence-media-academia-think tank complex), as indelibly named by Ray McGovern. -- Escobar, May 6, 2022, Strategic Culture Foundation


Strategic Culture Foundation
Megalopolis x Russia: Total War

Pepe Escobar

"Dead pool" threat at lakes Mead and Powell after 22-year drought on Colorado Plateau



The Conversation

Climate Crisis: Hoover Dam’s Lake Mead, Water and Electricity Source for West, May become a Dead Pool

By Robert Glennon, University of Arizona 

Journalists reporting on the status and future of the Colorado River are increasingly using the phrase “dead pool.” It sounds ominous. And it is.