Category Archives: global governance

Beginning of the Coup, Dec 2016

2019-05-20 update: additional information, obtained by Judicial Watch through FOIA, confirms and clarifies the role of the foreign powers in Spygate and the recent coup attempts by security and intelligence elements in DC.

Also: on June 5, 2016, Bruce an Nellie Ohr hosted (or were scheduled to host)  … the Crown Prosecutor!

Initially, the Obama administration and the DNC accepted the outcome of the 2016 national elections and prepared to transfer power to the elected President. A New Yorker article, promoting the Russian interference conspiracy theory, referred to the first week of December 2016 as the time “when Obama was [still] intent on an orderly transfer of power.” But something “interfered” with Obama’s intent on December 9.  He became the first president in more than 200 years to fail to properly transfer power to the elected President. Continue reading Beginning of the Coup, Dec 2016

The “Global Governance” cloned IPCC, got IPBES

Following the unprecedented success of the IPCC fraud, the UN centered “global governance” has grown another tentacle and named it IPBES – Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. IPBES Chair is notorious Robert Watson, who was IPCC Chair in 1997-2002.

From its recent press release:

Often described as the “IPCC for biodiversity”, IPBES is an independent intergovernmental body comprising more than 130 member Governments. Established by Governments in 2012 … Continue reading The “Global Governance” cloned IPCC, got IPBES

Wikipedia isn’t just a Crippled “Encyclopedia”: It’s Corrupt

2018-12-28 update: On the Thanksgiving Day, the Wikipedia page for Donald Trump was intermittently showing a penis in place of the President’s photo. Apple Siri displayed this picture when asked about the age of Donald Trump. Contrary to the MSM reports, that was neither a bug nor vandalism. This is how Wikipedia works. Leftist Wikipedia editors were permitted to switch the pictures. Apple, Google, and Facebook use Wikipedia as the main source of knowledge out of financial, economic, and anti-competitive motives. Wikipedia is choke full of such “mistakes.”

Pretty much everything people think they know about Wikipedia they heard from Wikipedia itself.  Wikipedia has become a cesspool of information that cannot be trusted as facts.  Amazingly, Wikipedia functions as a combination of tyranny, chaos, and opacity.  Anybody can write anything in it (chaos) as long as what’s written is in harmony with the far-left politics of its San Francisco management (tyranny).  But even in totalitarian countries the citizens know their rulers.  The portraits of Stalin and Mao hung in every public place of the countries they ruled.  This isn’t so in Wikipedia.  The highest Wikipedia hierarchs (Stewards and ArbCom members) are totally anonymous and hidden behind usernames like Ks0stm.  Wikipedia belongs to the Wikimedia Foundation.  The Wikimedia Foundation’s Board currently consists of eight members (1).  At least one of them (María Sefidari Huici, Spain) was appointed in open violation of the publicly posted bylaws.  The only publicly known person on the board is Jimmy Wales, the founder.  Other respected directors resigned or were pushed out years ago.  Only two among the seven board members are American citizens.  According to Wikipedia, it holds elections of its functionaries and power brokers but the election process is under control of a few (or even one) persons.  These kingmakers are also anonymous. Most of the popularity and income (in small donations) is derived by Wikipedia’s relations with Google, which gives Wikipedia abnormally high prominence in its organic search results.  However, the widely held opinion that Wikipedia is reliable on non-controversial subjects is wrong because Wikipedia regularly presents leftist opinions as non-controversial facts, making it hard to detect that a subject is in fact controversial.

Read about Wikipedia in Conservapedia.

Originally published on October 29, 2017. Minor updates on April 13, 2018 and July 7, 2019.

Foreign Election Interference

This is what foreign election interference looks like:

The Guardian screenshot

This is today’s opinion page of The Guardian. Like almost all foreign election interference, it attacks Republicans, sows internal division, and benefits Democrats. Note the inauthentic use of the .com domain, misleading people to believe that this British newspaper is an American one. This happens daily.

Silicon Valley Totalitarian Dystopia

The enlightened Silicon Valley has apparently created a totalitarian dystopia. Here, the term Silicon Valley includes Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Apple (“GFTMA”), even as Microsoft is headquartered in Washington state.

GFTMA have developed tools for nearly total speech control and deployed them against conservatives and other opponents of the Left. They tied themselves to the Left under the Obama administration. The political censorship and discrimination against the “right of left” authors and readers is well documented. This article focuses on the scientific and technical human potential of this country, a large part of which is computer and network engineers, scientists, businessmen, and other specialists affected by Silicon Valley. Continue reading Silicon Valley Totalitarian Dystopia

Google Aided EU meddling in the US Senator Elections in Alabama

Google has interfered in the US Senate Elections on behalf of democrat Doug Jones, possibly on demand from a European government or political party.  I know Google does such things because some of my AdWords messages were  banned by Google in the U.S. after I had expanded targeting to the EU.

I know only a small part of this interference: on December 4, Google banned my paid message running on Google Adwords sites in Alabama.  Below are the renderings of the message by Google Adwords.

UAH shooting message banned by Google in Alabama Continue reading Google Aided EU meddling in the US Senator Elections in Alabama

US Tech Companies Must Remain Loyal

Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft (GFTM) and other companies that started as platforms or service providers and became content vendors are American companies subject to all U.S laws.  Their directors and executives are American citizens and residents, and owe loyalty to the U.S.  That stands true even if they derive most of their income from abroad.  Continue reading US Tech Companies Must Remain Loyal