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Thanks for the report Jacob. Yes, it seems the American insolence of the world outside of the U.S. extends all the way into the CIA. It is not just with Russia, being an ethnic Chinese originally from China, I can tell you that the state department does not have anyone who really understand China, who is supposed to be our greatest adversary. Even for those who speaks fluent Chinese, their views of China is completely out of touch with reality.
I read your blog, I prefer reading.
I just wanted to say I take care of my dad who is fighting cancer as well as liver problems. I am not in the work force because I can’t be. Had a handyman business making 90k a year. Now broke. You are a breath of fresh air every single update. So tierd of MSM BS. Never ending. You are precise and say what you see. I appreciate you Dreizinreport. Even struggling and without funds. I would support you.
Excellent video blog! Just a suggestion on the future platform question, but why not both? Why not have the free channel on Rumble and the subscription on locals? Actually, this is what many are doing – Put all the free stuff on both but on locals offer a little extra…
Video was great. Keeping up with all the spelling codes for the coof and now the phonetic code needed for POTUS too is going to get increasingly difficult going forward!
The west is totally clueless. We now obviously think we can repeal supply and demand economics in the oil market. I would love to have seen the policy papers that contorted Economics 101 to make that recommendation. That is kind of what the Soviets thought was possible. We are increasingly starting to resemble what we say we do not want to be.
We are living in an era in which we have become too affluent for too long, and those chickens are coming home to roost. As our host has warned, the RO-NA will likely make a comeback soon because modern medicine has eliminated the evolutionary mechanism of disease-based culling that efficaciously built up our natural robustness over a few tens of thousands of years. It’s now just about gone in the span of half a century, and its demise was launched into hyperdrive by the emm-Arrr-Enn-Aye jab. Colony collapse is now a non-trivial probability. So what to do? Well, there were survivors of the Black Plague, and you should endeavor to be in that cohort. Distance from urban areas and things like eye-verr-mekk-tttyn/D3 couldn’t hurt. Just sayin’.
Jacob: First time listener and I was impressed with you. I’ll check out your Azov video. BTW, I’ve worked with several Iranians in the past. They were all educated nice people and very aware of events.They called themselves Persians. All had a much deeper understanding of politics than the Americans surrounding them. All absolutely loathed being mistaken as Arabs (Americans tended to do that sometimes) because Iranians are rightfully proud of their history (“WE had an EMPIRE…..when the Arabs lived in tents with their camels”). Iranian language is called Farsi. You’re pretty intelligent and likely know their contemporary political history but I thought you might be interested in my take.
Jacob, thank you. I loved the closing song about changing names of places! Regarding the supposedly impoverished Russia. This is coming from the poorest country in Europe. I live in Switzerland and a couple of years ago helped a Ukrainian woman I know by giving her second-hand duvets, pillows and stuff to send to Ukraine. Apparently there are a lot of people in Kiev who could not afford to buy basic stuff. This woman was also sending her mother dried pasta.
Very interesting info on CIA’ incompetence. People naively believe Hollywood stories and have no idea how pedestrian CIA agents can be.
I think if US intelligence knew exactly what was going on they’d be saying the same things.
The key issue seems to be to get Ukraine fighting to the last Ukrainian without Biden or Johnson looking like they are brutally asking for ageing Ukrainian territorials to die for no purpose at all (yeah).
So “Ukraine is winning” is pretty much the only permissible analysis for publication.
So conclusion, the real analysis is probably not nearly as bad as we think
Youtube interview – Edward N. Luttwak – opens on CIA/Security State infected with unipolar domestic power think matches your experience with State Department
RE: Racism- Reminds the UK Sports teams, including all Soccer teams including the National team now takes the knee. Now this gesture has had many confusing exclamations and meanings in the UK but the TV networks have now coalesced around the announcement that it is a signal “AGAINST ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION”.
After which now, soccer players who were working for Russian teams and especially Russian Soccer personnel in the UK (like Roman Abramovich) were cancelled financially and publically via social pariahism, not to mention Russians banned at Wimbledon, Nikita Mazepin fired by press release despite a cast iron Formula One contract.
In other words blatant, illegal, vicious, prejudice and racism is now promoted as the National pastime and so now whenever I hear the No forms of discrimination spiel, I say “EXCEPT of course FOR RUSSIANS”.
They will rue this behavior one day.
I don’t know about the US side, but in the UK after the fall of the USSR, what was the Soviet section at the FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) was greatly reduced, and has lead to a gross misunderstanding of the post-Soviet space.
For anyone interested in FSI –
Since you seem to be the to most up to date-person in the good old interweb and you also reply to your readers, I would like to ask you a serious question: How do you see the situation between Finland and Russia? On that front it has been all too quiet and I would love to read your comments on that front. And I do mean it literally.
As a finnish citizen I am conviced that Russia will invade, but the million dollar question is: when? My logic would suggest attack this year and my feelings next year. It seems Turkey blocked Nato expansion because of Russia and left Finland really vulnerable. Will Russia let Finland build up its defences or seize the oportunity to advance quickly? Reality is that Finland is not Ukraina and we are not prepared for war. Finnish people did not choose NATO and do not want a war. We are a ancient race (real Vikings by the way) and true warriors but we have lost our way and do not have Almighty God on our side, like we did during the 2nd world war.There is also a prophecy from 1980’s which states that Russia will invade during summer and here is a link to that map:
Please give us your thoughts on that, would be awesome to read your analysis on that subject.
I know it is a miss, but to illustrate based on more famous stuff, even then, it was probably Loki, not Odin or Thor.
Regarding Western knowledge of Russia. I have a friend here in New Zealand who was in the Royal Air Force. His job was on the Soviet desk working on Russia. He spoke Russian and as far as I know understood the culture. However at the fall of the Soviet Union they were all got rid of and moved on with their lives. A few years later the British government realised their mistake, but by then it was too late. All the specialist staff had gone.
There is a book called “The Secret Team” by Fletcher Prouty that mentions how analysis became less of a priority at CIA if I remember correctly. During the 60’s they always overestimated the number and capability of USSR missiles and that may have been on purpose. Infiltration is their specialty and it’s widespread and not just the armed forces. I have to read it again.
I am subscribed but do not click the email link. I do read & watch the content you put out.
Would I pay for it?
Don’t know yet, I have a fixed budget for content and have to create room in that. I simply don’t know if I am willing to do so when the time arrives. I would probably donate on occasion though.
Who needs to speak the language when the only knowledge required is where are the assets we can (steal) freeze.
No Dupuytrens or Simian crease.
Hands-up, the Ayatollah is a thinker not a drinker.
Speaking of “unifying thots,” SCOTUS just repealed Roe v Wade.
the ayatollah started ruling in ’79 because the u.s. have overthrown a democraticly elected gov’t in 51 with big help from the cia. “From 1908 until 1951 the Iranian oil industry was owned and controlled by a British company, Anglo-Persian Oil, now BP. It was nationalised by the democratically elected Iranian Prime Minister, Mohammed Mossadeq, who was consequently overthrown in a CIA-backed coup. The Shah was installed as an absolute monarch, ruling by terror through the secret police, SAVAK. Which the CIA also helped to set up.”
Great report as usual, Jacob! Regarding clicking on email links, I don’t do it because your blog is bookmarked and I go there directly at least once per day (usually, more often) to see if there’s anything new. You could say that I pay more attention to your blog than I do to that email address – the email address that I use for mailing lists, businesses, etc., that is, for all but personal friends. So fret not about lack of email clicks, there must be many more like me.
Ditto. Isn’t there some way to measure the number of clicks on the website page itself? Page traffic? I never come from the email link but check in daily and sometimes more often.
I’m now human resources professional but I know enough to know that you should at least speak the language before you get the desk!
Just saw the post with regard to the capabilities (or lack there of) of the CIA. Couldn’t agree more. Back in the 1980s I worked as an analyst with the Australian Army. Had to work with, and to, the CIA. When it came to the USSR the Americans were the wiz kids. In regard to everywhere else – not a chance in hell of reaching any level of competency. An interesting story. The desk I worked on produced a new edition of of the “Country Study” that we were responsible for (in Asia). Shortly after publication we got a new boss seconded from the Brit Army (next to f***ing useless – then again he was a British Cavalry Officer…….). After he had been with us for about six months we received a copy of the new CIA “Country Study” for that particular country. He was excited and tasked me with updating the orbat details etc, etc, etc. He came back half an hour later and I was doing my normal work. He chastised me and asked about the Orbat (the board hadn’t changed). My reply was that our info was more up to date than the new CIA doc. At that point the Air Force Intelo who worked with me threw our “Country Study” on the bosses desk and suggested that “Sir maybe you should compare”. It was an exact copy of our study – rebranded (complete with the unedited error that crept into the original – editors changed 5 Brigade to five brigades – corrected in the Australian original with an amendment sent out to all recipients). There are numerous other examples – at least among the uniformed Australian Int pers – there was not a high regard for the CIA. The US DIA was held in slightly better esteem.
Would they be the Seppo’s my uncles use to talk about? 😉
What I can tell, Seppo is typical finnish name so the legends might be true 😀
Aahhhh …. you are a breath of fresh air Jacob and this is yet another brilliant video. I have just watched “We will prevail” video via RI https://youtu.be/jGFEPL_oHig which the current CIA “specialist” on the Russian desk should watch if he wants to understand the part of Russian military capabilities that the Kremlin hasn’t kept secret. You only need to watch the pride on the faces of the young Russian soldiers in the recent Victory Parades to see the calibre of Russian military expertise and realise that Russia, under the Putin and Kremlin leadership, has nothing on the planet to equal it.
Love how you share your personal experiences and opinions. I am old enough to know what is right and what is not and you are 100% right Jacob.
Regarding contributions/subscriptions for expenses etc, is it possible you technical supporters could set up some kind of Patreon or direct subscription site themselves? I subscribed to Benjamin Fulford (… derrrr) for 3 or four years to read a whole lot of BS and will willingly pay double that to support you guys as I have jettisoned all the subscriptions where the main aim was only to create an income stream.
Why are you giving up on Trump?
Trump laid the foundation for almost all of today’s problems;
*) vak.syn.es? => operation Puke speed
*) Russia/Ukraine? => withdrawing from INF Treaty, moving US troops from Germany to Poland, continuing CIA ops in UKR
*) inflation? => massive $2 trillion C@vid Relief Bill, PPP loans, Stymie Checks, QE, ZIRP, Wall Street bailouts
*) US southern border crisis? => no wall built
*) future problems in Middle East? => bending over backwards for Israel & Saudi Arabia, occupying Syrian oil fields
*) tensions with China? => an utterly failed trade war (“trade wars are good and easy to win”) against China
*) Marxist social media? => not repealing of the exemption of Section 230 (platform versus publisher)
*) the MIC’s chokehold on US politics? => massive amounts of money to the DoD
*) massive economic problems? => record amounts of debt without (!) reducing the size of Big Gov
*) 9-11 coverup? => no declassifying of 9-11 files
*) US police state? => no end of Patriot Act or NSA spying on US citizens
I could go on and on and on, but anyone who has already ‘forgotten’ (read: blocked out) those above listed massive policy blunders and failures probably lives in their own Confirmation Bias/Cognitive Dissonance echo chamber.
The ONLY thing Trump was good at was tweeting and pointing out the problems and double standards, unfortunately he did NOTHING about them, and even worse he just continued the neocon DS game but dressed up with a more ‘conservative’ cherry on top.
The Syrian oil fields were occupied near the end of Obama’s 2nd term. QE and ZIRP and Wall St. bailouts are from 2008-2009. Repealing section 230, or the patriot act? That’s up to congress. You obviously don’t have the faintest conception of how the U.S. government works. You’re either 10 years old, or writing from another continent. I would guess, 10 years old. Go back to your Ayn Rand books.
I’m guessing it’s because Trump didn’t pardon the January 6 protestors in the waning days of his presidency.
While that was bad, really bad, arguably even worse was not pardoning Assange. And he didn’t do either because he was blackmailed by (I think) McConnell, maybe Graham, and he chickened out. Sad.
Well, he’s gonna get a do over. Him with DeSantis in tandem will not be stopped, koavid or not. Question is, is he going to be better. I agree with akula his first track record was abysmal, there was QE (doesn’t matter it started in 2008, it was still going on under Trump) and there was (near) zero interest rate policy (ZIRP, not TARP) of 0-2.5% which was technically the Fed’s policy but he egged them on to cut even lower and he also picked the nightmare of a Fed chairman that is Powell. The POTUS further picks 7 of 12 of the FOMC directly, the rest he confirms (or doesn’t). Only Congress can pass laws but doesn’t the president initiate them? Did he?
But he was the worst on personnel choices. Fired Flynn, kept Pompeo, Giuliani, Barr, pushed through Barrett (great on religious rights, otherwise deferential to big business and betrayed Trump the first chance she got).
Anyway, from real politik stance, although I’m not a big fan of Trump, mainly because he wasn’t Trump enough, I recognize he is vastly better than the alternatives. And with DeSantis, and Donald Jr playing a bigger role, and him not eligible for another term, his second term actually could be significantly better.
I’m a European so I don’t understand jack nor do I care. Except with Trump I see a chance of normalised relations with Russia and putting UA in its place. I’m a little worried about all those cars with UA licence plates (feels like 1/20 in Prague) occupied by refugee mothers and children – except these “mothers” have suspicious beards, their children are 20-30 and they’re not the skirt-wearing variety. No wonder the UA is running out of men, they’re all here!