German Soldier Busted Posing as Refugee to Stage False Flag Terror – #NewWorldNextWeek

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May 4, 2017

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: Russia’s Mir Payment Cards To Give Visa, MasterCard a Run For Their Money

China and Russia Creating Alternate Banking System

China’s SWIFT Alternative and the (Engineered) Death of the Dollar

NWNW Flashback: Russia, China In Talks to Make SWIFT Alternative

Story #2: German Soldier Posed As Syrian Refugee In False Flag Terror Plot

Background story: Germany investigating how a soldier falsely registered as a refugee to try and commit a #FalseFlag terror attack

Gladio B and the Battle for Eurasia

Story #3: Austria Wants To Tax Tweeting, Searching, Liking On The Internet

Indian Government Says Citizens Don’t Have Absolute Right Over Their Bodies

‘13.5 crore Aadhaar accounts compromised’

Hundreds Suffer as City Shuts Down Church for Helping the Homeless

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Being In Nature Naturally Makes You Feel Better

A Pivotal Year For Mankind

A Pivotal Year For Mankind
F. William Engdahl
December 28, 2016

The year 2016 has been pivotal one for mankind. The foreign and economic policies of the USA are in shambles as the Obama era ends. A new President, one with no political experience, takes office in some days having promised to “make America great again.” He has promised to “drain the swamp” of special interest corporate influence in Washington yet has chosen his cabinet from the banks of those special Wall Street interests, has chosen his national security and Pentagon figures from US military generals, and has chosen no fewer than five cabinet members who are billionaires, and seeks counsel of geopolitical architects of war such as Henry Kissinger

The European Union is nearing a dissolution of the Brussels construct that is so anti-democratic. Not only Brexit, but now also likely in coming months Italy, Hungary, Greece, even France are possible candidates to leave the dysfunctional European Union. The Euro project has created deeply divided EU. The refugee crisis that has been created by Brussels, and by the German government, is causing social unrest and conflict unprecedented in peacetime.

To the east of the EU, despite continuing economic sanctions, Russia has decisively turned to the east and cooperation with China has deepened on all levels, a geopolitical nightmare for Washington. China for its part is engaged in the largest infrastructure construction in history, its One Bridge, One Road, new high-speed rail and deep-water port shipping infrastructure linking for the first time undeveloped resources and potential markets across Eurasia. The Washington policy of war by proxy to destroy Syria’s regime has decisively failed. Russia is emerging as a major power after a quarter century of abject humiliation by the Western NATO powers after 1991.

And Russia has taken decisions that will benefit all mankind by its law banning all planting of Genetically Modified seeds or GMO. Russia is, as a result, emerging as one of the most healthy natural food producers on the planet, in direct opposition to the USA which has allowed GMO to completely takeover American food.

It’s becoming increasingly clear to more people that the agenda of GMO, of Monsanto, which soon will vanish into the bowels of Bayer AG of Germany, is one of harm, not of feeding the hungry world. Its special agrichemicals like Roundup are labelled “probable carcinogens” by the WHO, yet governments ignore independent tests showing the harm. While Russia has just taken a courageous decision to ban all GMOs, China’s government looks set, despite the domestic opposition, to promote GMO as “biotechnology,” a huge error.

As we begin a new year we find our world beset with problems, with hate, murder, power addiction, and at the same time we find more pockets of hope, of life, of optimism that our world is weary of the endless wars and genuinely wanting peace. May peace, not war, be the hallmark of the coming year!

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F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”


Mysterious Underground Structures Built 175,000 Years Ago By Ancient Humans

According to researchers, the 175,000-year-old underground structures were created by early humans who carefully planned the subterranean complex.

Parts of the walls show signs of fire damage, with the stalagmites blackened or reddened, and fractured from the heat.  This suggests that early humans created fire in order to obtain a source of light inside the cave.  Photograph: Etienne Fabre/SSAC

May 26, 2016

French researchers have discovered at the depths of a cave in southwestern France circular structures made of broken stalagmites were raised by ancient man at least 175,000 years ago, proving that ancient mankind was much more sophisticated than previously believed. Researchers believe that the enigmatic underground chambers were raised by the Neanderthals.

This discovery provides the first conclusive piece of evidence that proves ancient man explored the underworld. It is still unclear whether the underground structures were used as a refuge or had a symbolic meaning to Neanderthals.

“This is completely different to anything we have seen before. I find it very mysterious,” said Marie Soressi, an archaeologist at Leiden University, who was not involved in the research

The Neanderthals lived in Eurasia for hundreds of thousands of years to about 40,000 ago, when they mysteriously disappeared after the arrival of modern humans. Archaeology has allowed us to understand how these ancient humans lived hundreds of thousands of years ago, and while archaeological records explain many features on their way of life, their food, and sociological interaction, little was known about their building skills which were believed to be extremely primitive.

The team of researchers lead by Jacques Jaubert from the University of Bordeaux, discovered nearly 400 fragments of stalactites and stalagmites stacked in several structures, including two with a circular shape, about 300 meters from the entrance of the Bruniquel cave. One of the intricate structures is 2 m wide and the other over 6.7 meters. The largest is composed of a “wall” made of up to four superimposed layers of stalagmite fragments of about 30 cm in length, with smaller elements glued obliquely in the middle.


Surprisingly, many of the stalagmites have a reddish color, and seemed to be darkened or cracked, suggesting that they were heated by small fires made voluntarily by its occupants, and not naturally. Researchers also recovered a bone fragment of 6.7 cm with signs of having been heated, and evidence of a similar effect on the rock above and surrounding structures.

French researchers have no doubt that the builders of the intricate underground structures were the Neanderthals, the only human species which according to them, occupied the zone over 170,000 years ago.

Scientists indicate that the ‘rings’ were made with pieces of similar size, pointing out that the construction was carefully planned. In addition, internal organization and the size of the structures support that these intricate early building projects were built by people 175,000 years ago.

“It’s becoming really clear with the Neanderthals, that given their abilities and capacities, there is not so much of a jump between them and contemporaneous modern humans,” Soressi said. “But this is very strange behaviour. I’d like to understand why they did it.”

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Eurasia Silk Road Economic Transformation


F. William Engdahl
April 25, 2016

Over recent months I have often written about the potential of China’s strategic One Belt, One Road Eurasian and Asian infrastructure Great Project to act as a global economic transformer toward positive, sustained economic growth. It’s becoming clear by the day that strategic economic planners in Beijing have been working out specific details of how best to use the new high-speed rail infrastructure project spanning the vast space of Eurasia from Beijing across Russia and the states of the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union including Kazakhstan, Armenia, Belarus and on to the west to include, so far, states of eastern and central Europe. A series of recent agreements by Chinese companies in Kazakhstan gives a hint of the economic boom being planned.

As I have written in previous posts, China’s One Belt, One Road project, currently the largest real economy infrastructure project in the world, is not merely about building faster rail pathways from China across Eurasia’s vast landmass to Europe to hasten freight delivery times. It’s about transforming one of the previously most forgotten regions of the world into a vibrant and growing new economic space, about bringing technology and industry into some very backwater parts of Central Asia that also happen to be blessed with some of the world’s richest minerals concentrations. Without modern transportation infrastructure, those mineral and other riches lay dormant.

For China, the One Belt, One Road is also referred to as the New Silk Road, a reference to the ancient Eurasian overland trade routes and sea routes linking China trade to that of all Eurasia, the now-Middle East and on to Venice and Europe some two thousand years ago initiated by China’s Han Dynasty. At that time, the Silk Road routes went from China through India, Asia Minor, up through Mesopotamia to Egypt, the African continent, Greece, Rome, and even Britain. The northern Mesopotamian region, today Iran, became China’s closest partner in trade.

China, whose civilization was then far more advanced than that of Europe, sent to Europe paper, an invention of China during the Han Dynasty. They sent gunpowder, and increasingly, silk, along with the rich spices of the east. To date, the New Economic Silk Road project encompasses some 60 countries from Central Asia, Russia, Iran and on to Serbia and eastern European markets.

China’s ancient silk road enabled contact between Han China and the west and a flourishing trade and culture exchange some two thousand years ago

Earlier I commented on Chinese plans to route the rail projects of the Silk Road to enable more economic mining and export of gold, the world’s historically most beautiful of all metals.

By the time of the Roman Emperor Augustus, 27 BC – 14 AD, trade between China and the west was firmly established; silk, whose origins the Chinese kept a state secret, was the most sought commodity in Egypt, Greece, and, especially, in Rome. More than the mere trade in goods from East to West and back, the original Silk Road made possible a vast cultural exchange between peoples in art, religion, philosophy, technology, language, science, architecture. Every aspect of civilization was exchanged through the Silk Road along with the trade goods the merchants carried from country to country.

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F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.