From our friends at Pravada comes this quaint observation:
“According to many US-based experts, the Church of Scientology is linked to the CIA. For example, its former senior adept, Jon Atack, penned a book titled “Scientology: Hubbard Intelligence Agency.” In the book, he notes that the CIA, on the basis of the “church,” trains “psychic spies,” who conduct “psy-wars” to brainwash people on a subconscious level. They also make weapons that directly affect the central nervous system and brain activity of human being. This form of psychic activity is known as “remote viewing,” the author notes. Psychic spies say that they guided the bombing of Libya and identified targets for missiles during the Gulf War.”
Gawd only knows what happens inside the hallowed halls of Scientology. I’m afraid Pravada may be truth projecting on the Hubbardities. The Church Of Scientology is a secret affair not known for letting the outside world in on its beliefs.
More puzzling evidence:
“Why did Scieftologist Yatsenyuk cast doubts on the results of World War II while on a visit to Germany? After all, Germany has been on the road of denazification. Reputedly, Germany is a staunch anti-war stronghold in Europe. Why didn’t German officials react to Yatsenyuk’s infamous remarks? Why didn’t Frau Merkel say anything on the subject either? Can the German Chancellor see that the power in Ukraine belongs to Nazis? Maybe Yatsenyuk and Berzins attempted to conduct a “psychic attack” to awaken the Aryan identity of Germany? In any case, it is obvious that Yatsenyuk said those words to see how others would react. As we can see, the test was a success. Berlin hushed the scandal up despite an official inquiry from the Russian Foreign Ministry and allocated $1.5 billion for the “economic recovery” of Ukraine.”
It all ends with a plea to relocate Israel:
“There is a coalition being created to have Germany involved in direct confrontation against Russia. As usual, the coalition consists of the Baltic states and Poland. Noteworthy, Berzins has joined the leaders of Estonia and Lithuania, who have refused from the invitation to visit the Russian Victory Day parade in honor of the 70th anniversary of Victory over Nazi Germany.
“The US is apparently trying to go on an anti-Russian crusade, in which they are trying to get Germany involved, – Polish lawyer, political scientist and journalist Stanislav Mikhalkevich wrote. “It is worth thinking what might convince Germany into pulling the plug on the strategic partnership with Russia. It seems to me that only one thing can do it – permission from the United States to deviate from the provisions of the conference of Four Powers in Potsdam in relation to the territories that are known as the “lost lands” in Germany. For the price of the “lost lands,” Germany may abandon strategic partnership with Russia,” Mikhalkevich believes.
This is a purpose for the revival of German national chauvinism. Yatsenyuk and the Balts are already in, but one should put more pressure on Poland, because the latter owns many German territories that it obtained after WWII. According to Mikhalkevich, “it is in the interests of Germany to establish Judeopolonii (Jewish Poland) on the Polish territory. In this direction, the US continues putting pressure on Poland in the implementation of so-called Jewish property claims that can be satisfied through the sale of state-owned forests.
I’m starting to believe there are no countries anymore, just endless mirrors in a hall of fog. Every government is trying to guess what every other government is trying to do. The rest of us just stand confused.
One of the wonders of the Internet is what you can find from other countries. Pravda was an old party organ in the days when there was only one party in the Soviet Union. I mean Commonwealth of Independent States. Oops I meant Russia. These days it only publishes in print a few times a week, but it still the official publication of the Communist Party of Russia. So this may explain why the article resembles a blogger in the USA ranting about water fluoridation. It’s no longer a government publication.
On the other hand something may be lost in the translation.