Monthly Archives: December 2015

Is Germany next?


After the recent events in Paris, France, will Germany be the next victim? In a recent article on RT, it is mentioned that Merkel got some intel from British spies about the threat posed by the Islamic State. Was this an attempt to scare and intimidate the German Chancellor into backing the plan for a new world order or is this a clear warning that Germany will be next?

We know that Germany has very close ties with Russian President Putin. Officially, they have met a few times already regarding the Crimea/Ukraine crisis, but the real reasons are much deeper than it would seem. The economic ties between the 2 countries are very strong for Germany depends heavily on Russian gas.

Another reason is that Germany has already pledged to join the BRICS alliance. Also, the relations between the US and Germany have deteriorated in the past few months because of the Snowden revelations regarding the spying on German officials, including Angela Merkel.

It would not be surprising to see the next false flag attack on German soil. The global elites are desperate as they want to maintain at all cost their precious power over the rest of the world.  It will be interesting to see how thing develop in the next few months. The European bankers are trying to maintain the European Union intact but it will prove to be very hard since there is a lot of economic problems in the old continent.

In light

~ teklordz

Connecting the dots: The French connection

franceIn this article, yours truly will attempt to show a series of events that led to the false flag attacks in Paris on 11/13/2015. This writer believes that it all started with the Snowden revelations in Hong Kong. In early June 2013, Snowden gave thousands of classified NSA and GCHQ documents to journalists Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras and Ewen MacAskill. On June 23, 2013, Snowden flew to Russia  and was later granted  a temporary 1 year asylum by the Russian authorities that was later extended to 3 years.

On June 26, 2013, the US was denied a demand for Snowden to be extradited to face charges on two counts of violating the Espionage Act and theft of government property.  Snowden’s passport was revoked during his transit to Russia by the US authorities so Snowden had nowhere to go. The refusal on the part of Russia to extradite Snowden to the US ignited another cold era between the 2 super powers.

In October 2013, Barack Obama called French President Hollande regarding the mass amount of phone traffic  and emails intercepted in France by the NSA.  This call was a strong admission of wrong doing on the part of the NSA and the US government. This event was closely followed by the Ukrainian crisis wich began on November 21, 2013 when then-president Viktor Yanukovych suspended preparations for the implementation of an association agreement with the European Union which ultimately led to Yanukovych fleeing Kiev on February 14, 2014.

In late February 2014, international sanctions were imposed on Russia because of the Russian military intervention in Crimea, Ukraine.  Interestingly, a little known fact at the time was that France and Russia had signed a major contract for 2 Mistral-class amphibious assault ships. This contract was announced by then French President Nicolas Sarkozy on 24 December 2010, and signed by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin and French Defence Minister Alain Juppé in the presence of Sarkozy on January  25,  2011. Delivery of the first ship was posponed by French President Hollande on September 3, 2014 because of the Russia-Ukraine crisis.

On January 7, 2015, the Charlie Hebdo shooting  incident in Paris was a clear sign that France was being blackmailed by the US, the EU and the Banking cartel in Europe because of the business relationship between France and Russia.  In early August 2015, Russia and France came to an agreement to void the contract for the 2 warships. The 2 ships were ultimately sold to Egypt.

In early February 2015, Hollande and Merkel met with Putin to discuss a peace plan for Ukraine. These meetings also included talks about business relations between Russia, Germany and France. The German and French leaders wanted to find ways to lift the sanctions imposed on Russia.

In March 2015, France announced it would join the BRICS alliance. This announcement did not please the European banking cartel because the newly created bank would rival the Central Banking system.  On June 18, 2015, Baron David de Rothschild was indicted by a French court for fraud.

On October 2, 2015, Putin met in Paris with Western leaders over the intervention in Syria. However, President Putin would not be influenced in any way regarding Russia’s actions in Syria.  All of these events ultimately led to the false flag attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015.


In light


~ teklordz