Turkish-Russian war and Wuhan, how might it be used: Links 2, September 28, 2020

1. Another German doctor claims that Covid doesn’t justify the measures, and multiple children are dying from wearing masks

2. This is serious. I should be posting a Brad update on the Armenian-Azerbaijan war very soon. And its a must watch. (Already posted right below)


3. Greek police arrest 33 NGO members for human trafficking

Greek police busted a human trafficking ring in Lesvos, which was reportedly collaborating with four NGOs.

Among the 35 suspects arrested were 33 NGO members from Germany, Austria, Spain, and Switzerland, against whom a court file was opened.

A case has already been filed against 33 NGO members – including Germans, Swiss, French, Bulgarians, Spaniards, Austrians, and Norwegians, as well as an Iranian and a Pakistani.

According to the police, the criminal group started its illicit activities last June and estimate that on at least 32 occasions that it organized passages of refugees to Greece, more than 3,000 illegal immigrants and refugees passed through Greece.

The circuit used closed groups and applications on the internet to share information about where the boats would leave and arrive, providing information and even details about the Moria camp.

The police are looking for the group’s money trail.

(Another article on same issue)

4. 1st amendment?

5. I have no idea why some people would say that the Wuhan Flu is a commie plot to destroy Western thought. People who say that must be crazy.

Thank you MissPiggy, M., ML., Wrath of Khan, Richard, Wolf Woman, C., PC., Sassy and all who sent in materials today so far.

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5 Replies to “Turkish-Russian war and Wuhan, how might it be used: Links 2, September 28, 2020”

    • “This is serious”

      If other players like Pakistan enter the fray…

      “The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) … is an intergovernmental military alliance that was signed on 15 May 1992. In 1992, six post-Soviet states belonging to the Commonwealth of Independent States—Russia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan—signed the Collective Security Treaty (also referred to as the “Tashkent Pact” or “Tashkent Treaty”).[1] Three other post-Soviet states—Azerbaijan, Belarus, and Georgia—signed the next year and the treaty took effect in 1994. Five years later, six of the nine—all but Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Uzbekistan—agreed to renew the treaty for five more years, and in 2002 those six agreed to create the Collective Security Treaty Organization as a military alliance.”

      • It can spread easily in the Middle East. If/when it spreads the oil supply from the MIddle East will be one of the big targets for Turkey and their allies. The risk of being cut off from their oil supply will bring some response from China, a response that is difficult to predict. With Pakistani mercs fighting for Turkey China may side with them, unless Iran decides to make this a three sided war and then it is up in the air about who China will side with.

        Remember once the civil wars in the nations that supposedly compose Western Civilization start there will be a large number of small wars start all around the world. This one is just starting early.

  1. 1 – Covid related:
    “Freedom in One Lesson – Authority Can’t Exceed Its Source” A discourse by G. Edward Griffin
    Reality Zone – December 23, 2015

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