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End Cold War… Weren’t Able Build Post Cold War Peace

“We were able to end the cold war, but most probably we weren’t able to build post-cold war peace.” – Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak; The Guardian: Who is Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador rattling Trump’s presidency?


Le Carre: End Cold War .. Post Cold War Peace

Bill Haydn/Tailor’s confession why he became a British-Soviet double agent: “Do you know whats killing western democracy? Greed and constipation. Moral, political, aesthetic. I hate America very deeply. The economic depression of the masses institutionalized. Even Lenin couldn’t foresee the extent of that. Britain. Oh Dear. No viability whatever in world affairs. I suppose thats when it began. Turning my eyes to the east. When I saw how trivial we had become as a nation. .. I still believe the secret service are the nations only real expression of a nations character. Until the mid 50’s I still had hopes, lingering loyalties to what we represented. Self delusions of course. We were already America’s streetwalkers.”
– Wikispooks: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: Bill Hayden justifies his betrayal.
– Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy:
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“I waited at the end of the Cold War for somebody to tell us the world can now be reshaped. That endless standoff as it seemed to us; between the two great economic monoliths of the western world and the communist world was over. The excuses for exploiting the third world, for imposing dreadful little dictators on them, provided they were anti-communist. All those excuses are gone. Now something decent could be put together. A real act of global perestroika could occur. Nothing happened. We went into a kind of collective western atrophy of isolation and self indulgence. Our response was to make ourselves fatter and richer and not to take on the world at large. So I felt that a great moment in history had simply gone by default.” — John Le Carre; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – The Secret Centre.
» EoP v WiP NWO Neg: 20 Nov: Jon Rappoport … Akron Beacon Journal; 07 Mar: Gen Flynn … Ivanka Trump HQ.


Kislyak Policy Dispute

Kislyak is “active, informed and smart .. and When confronted on a policy dispute, Kislyak is a gentleman but he won’t budge”. – Evelyn Farkas: Pentagon’s former chief Russia policy official; The Guardian: Who is Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador rattling Trump’s presidency?.


Ecological Corruption

“Current [EoP] legislation is strong enough to tackle the [ecological corruption] problem, but it has not come into force yet.” – Vladimir Putin, Moscow Times, 27 Dec 2016
— Moscow Times: Russia Loses 6% of GDP to Ecological Problems – Putin


Sergey Kislyak:

Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak (Russian: Сергей Иванович Кисляк; born 7 September 1950) is a Russian diplomat who has served as Russia’s Ambassador to the United States since 2008 appointed by former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. He is an ethnic Ukrainian (both his parents were born in Ukraine). After graduating from the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute in 1973 and the USSR Academy of Foreign Trade in 1977, Kislyak joined the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Guardian: Who is Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador rattling Trump’s presidency?. New York Times: Sergey Kislyak, Russian Envoy, Cultivated Powerful Network in U.S.


Yak & Yak Butter Tea:

The domestic yak (Bos grunniens) is a long-haired domesticated bovid found throughout the Himalaya region of southern Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia and Russia. It is descended from the wild yak (Bos mutus). The English word “yak” is a loan originating from Tibetan. In Tibetan, g.yak; it refers only to the male of the species, the female being called Tibetan: ‘bri, or nak. In English, as in most other languages that have borrowed the word, “yak” is usually used for both sexes. Domesticated yaks have been kept for thousands of years, primarily for their milk, fibre and meat, and as beasts of burden. Their dried droppings are an important fuel, used all over Tibet, and are often the only fuel available on the high treeless Tibetan Plateau. Yaks transport goods across mountain passes for local farmers and traders as well as for climbing and trekking expeditions. “Only one thing makes it hard to use yaks for long journeys in barren regions. They will not eat grain, which could be carried on the journey. They will starve unless they can be brought to a place where there is grass.” They also are used to draw ploughs. Yak’s milk is often processed to a cheese called chhurpi in Tibetan and Nepali languages, and byaslag in Mongolia. Butter made of yak’s milk is an ingredient of the butter tea that Tibetans consume in large quantities, and is also used in lamps and made into butter sculptures used in religious festivities.


Yak Dung, Dried Yak Dung Energy Source:

Well, you see, as I have mentioned a few times before yak dung is used in all the lodges as a fuel. So yaks, cows are yakows are not only the main way of carrying cargo up the mountains – they are also an assurance of hot food and warm rooms. And there’s nothing more discouraging for a tourist than a cold lodge; I feel after this trip I’m justified to tell you that… For these reasons you shouldn’t be surprised if you see people running around with baskets full of yak dung, people playing with yak dung – sitting next to the huge piles of it, picking small amounts and forming it into shitty pancakes – or dungy pancakes lying around, exposed to sun, drying. After all, Nepalese economy depends on yaks. A lot.  – My First Himalayn Adventure: The Pillar of the Napalese Economy.

Almost everything from the yak is used to sustain the life of the herdsmen and their families and is used either directly or sold to provide an income. FAO: Ten products from Yak and their Utilization.

Tibetans cooked in yak oil, burned yak butter candles, lived in yak skin tents, wore yak skin clothes, decorated their homes with yak bones, and even smelled like yak grease (because they rarely showered). Yak meat is a dark brownish-red, with bright yellow marbled fat. – The Historicist: Kham; Enough Words.

Wang Lie enjoys his dual identities, that of a People’s Liberation Army soldier and that of a photographer. The 37 year-old political instructor of a battalion is now doing his duty in Tashkurgan county, China’s only Tajik autonomous county in Xinjiang’s Kashgar prefecture. During his 18 years of service on the Pamir Plateau, the amateur photographer has been recording the life of the ethnic Tajik who reside in the sparsely populated mountainous areas. – China Daily: Ethnic Tajik life through the lens of a soldier: Family LoveOutdoor LifeKiss Greeting.


Rothschild and Pentagon’s 18 Wheeler impending Yak shit economy

Excerpt of correspondence to ‘anti-war’ and ‘pacifist’ colleague; who demands that I give up my focus on ecological literacy; and focus on the zionist bankster conspiracy controlling the economy.  …….

So they could regain some sort of animal or human energy power type of ‘control’ in terms of directing their Bentley / 18 Wheeler economy where they wanted it to go; but its gonna go there much much slower.

But I would not have to explain this all to you, if you understood the basic principles of EROEI as the foundation of any economy; particularly industrial economy.

There is a massive difference between an economy with access to:
• 1:100 EROEI energy (oil from the beginning of the industrial revolution to 1970’s)
• 1:80-20 EROEI energy (oil from 1970’s to current)
• 1:10 EROEI (a solar or wind powered economy)
• 1:1-2.5 EROEI (an economy powered on wood or yak shit; or similar)

Consider the following:
• One spoonful of oil = 1 days labour by a fully grown man
• One tank of gas = 2 years manpower labour by a fully grown man (i.e. +- 750 days)

How much do you pay for a tank of gas in Santa Barbara?
How much would you have a fully grown man for 750 days of manpower labour?
Still think a tank of gas is expensive?

You know how much the US Military pay for a gallon of gas in:
• Iraq: $18
• Afghanistan major hubs: $15 / $30 / $50
• Afghan outposts: $100 – $500
» EoP Leg Sub: 25 Mar: Neil Gorsuch: Patriot Judicial Decision-Maker or Intellectual Treasonous Fraudster?: » 26 Mar: Apologies Edit: More info: Possibly Relevant or Not.


One Less Car Freegan Yak Shit Cooking while Cycling Around the World to Create a New Culture.

Yak Shit Fire Lake Campfire Cooking in Pamir / Tadjikistan  October 2014 ….. Freegan is just one possible term or aspect to describe a life-practice, which tries to deal with the common structures of the dominating system and break with them. The term describes people who, mostly because of political reasons, consume vegan but also in general disagree with capitalistic and exploitative structures and want to fight them. It’s not only about minimizing the harm on animals through a vegan diet, but also for example about not to support big corporation and instead recycle the „waste“ which these supermarkets produce in tons every day. The term „freegan“ is put together from the words „free“ (no costs) and „vegan“. For me freegan is a practice, which doesn’t always mean that the same actions make sense for any place and situation. I personally try to avoid buying and consuming animal products. ….. Living differently… social rules, laws, values and norms have all been made up by people and often they are just repeated and reproduced without further thoughts. i don’t believe in the common way we are living right now. it is not considering natural laws,  it is not sustainable and definitely not fair. if i look at the system in which i grew up – there are just too many things i dont agree with for just excepting it as it is. as kids we have colourful dreams. why do we end up living in grey concrete blocks secluded from each other, working 6 days a week, leaving politics to others, sending our kids to be schooled by others… i believe we can find much more enjoyable ways to live – together and on this earth, to relate and exchange, to teach and learn, to meet our physical and emotional needs and to be happy in our lives. if we keep in mind that society with all its laws and rules was made by people it becomes clear that people are also able to change them and create new structures. what we need are good ideas and brave people who get together and design and live alternative models. that it is possible to create other ways of living which do not follow the logic of money, consumerism and competition is shown by many projects all around the world every day. no matter if we are talking about DIY bikeworkshops, food not bombs, autonomous houseprojects, living communities, food-coops or guerrilla gardens – there are so many initiatives which show that there are other ways to organize our life, without hierarchy and exploitation of humans and nature. those are the ideas, projects and people I want to meet on my way. so we can connect, share and create….a new culture.
– Push Bike Girl: Barbara Graf: World Bike Tour; Caretaker: Philosophy of the Journey.


Yaks in the Wakhan Corridor National Park:

Prince Mostapha Zaher, the director-general of Afghanistan’s National Environmental Protection Agency, called it “one of the last truly wild places on the planet.” Zaher said his grandfather, King Zaher Shah, had first dreamed of creating a national park in the area in the 1950s. “We can prove that the cause of protecting the environment and wildlife can also be utilized as an instrument of peace and tolerance,” said Zaher.
– National Geographic: Getting to Know Afghanistan’s Huge New National Park: Wakhan National Park—the country’s second such sanctuary—protects mountains, snow leopards, and indigenous peopleWakhan Corridor: Stranded on the Roof of the World.


Greetings from Mayak Plutopia Card:

Dissent: Nuclear Twins: Life in a Plutonium Town: Plutopia: Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters by Kate Brown; Plutopia.


Mayak Production Association Kyshtym Disaster:

The Mayak Production Association (Russian: Производственное объединение «Маяк», from Маяк ‘lighthouse’) is one of the biggest nuclear facilities in the Russian Federation, housing plutonium production reactors and a reprocessing plant. The nuclear complex is located 150 km south-east of Ekaterinburg, between the towns of Kasli and Tatysh, and 72 km northwest of Chelyabinsk. The closest city, Ozyorsk, is the central administrative territorial district. As part of the Russian (formerly Soviet) nuclear weapons program, Mayak was formerly known as Chelyabinsk-40 and later as Chelyabinsk-65, referring to the postal codes of the site. In 1957 Mayak was the site of the Kyshtym disaster, one of the worst nuclear accidents in history. During this catastrophe, a poorly maintained storage tank exploded, releasing 50-100 tons of high-level radioactive waste. The resulting radioactive cloud contaminated an expansive territory of more than 750 km2 (290 sq mi) in the eastern Urals with the consequence of sickness and death from radiation poisoning.
– North Atlantic Blog: Chelyabinsk 65: The Soviet Nuclear Facility; Daily Mail: Is this the most polluted place on Earth? Russian Lake Karachay where an hour on the beach would kill you. Greenpeace: Mayak: The Second Biggest Nuclear Disaster in History. Concord Monitor: Russia’s Nuclear Nightmare flows down Radioactive River. Climate Viewer: 10 Most Radioactive Places on Earth.


Yak-9 Fighter Plane:

The JSC A.S. Yakovlev Design Bureau (Russian: ОАО Опытно-конструкторское бюро им. А.С. Яковлева) is a Russian aircraft designer and manufacturer (design office prefix Yak). Its head office is in Aeroport District, Northern Administrative Okrug, Moscow.

The Yakovlev Yak-9 was a single-engine fighter aircraft used by the Soviet Union in World War II and after. Fundamentally a lighter development of the Yak-7 with the same armament, it arrived at the front at the end of 1942. The Yak-9 had a lowered rear fuselage decking and all-around vision canopy. Its lighter airframe gave the new fighter a flexibility that previous models had lacked. The Yak-9 was the most mass-produced Soviet fighter of all time. It remained in production from 1942 to 1948, with 16,769 built (14,579 during the war). Towards the end of the war, the Yak-9 was the first Soviet aircraft to shoot down a Messerschmitt Me 262 jet. Following World War II it was used by the North Korean Air Force during the Korean War. – Historical Aviation Film Unit: WW2 Soviet Fighter – Yakovlev Yak-9. Red october: Wings of the Red Star / The Great Patriotic War


Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Yakovlev Yak 42D Ice Hockey plane crash:

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Plane Crash: On 7 September 2011, Yak-Service Flight 9633, a Yakovlev Yak-42D carrying the players and coaching staff of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl professional ice hockey team, crashed near the Russian city of Yaroslavl. The aircraft ran off the runway before lifting off, struck a tower mast, caught fire and crashed 2 km (1.2 mi) from Tunoshna Airport on the Volga River bank. Of the 45 on board, 43 died at the crash site. One of the two rescued from the wreck, Alexander Galimov, died five days later in hospital. A crew member was the sole survivor. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, a member of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), Russia’s top ice hockey league, was on its way to Minsk, Belarus, to start the 2011–12 season. he investigating committee released its report at a press conference on 2 November 2011. According to Alexei Morozov, chief of the investigative commission, “the immediate cause of the…crash was the…crew’s erroneous actions, namely the pilot stepping on the brake pedals before raising the nose wheel because of the wrong position of [his] feet on the [pedals] during takeoff.” It was later revealed that the pilots had used falsified documents to obtain permission to fly the aircraft, and that they lacked the training necessary to fly the Yak-42. In addition, the co-pilot had undergone treatment for a nerve disease and was forbidden to fly. Investigators say he did not feel his foot on the brake, leading to the crash.


Hockey Stick Graph:

A hockey stick is a piece of equipment used in field hockey, ice hockey , roller hockey or underwater hockey to move the ball or puck.

Hockey stick graphs present the global or hemispherical mean temperature record of the past 500 to 2000 years as shown by quantitative climate reconstructions based on climate proxy records. These reconstructions have consistently shown a slow long term cooling trend changing into relatively rapid warming in the 20th century, with the instrumental temperature record by 2000 exceeding earlier temperatures. The term “hockey stick graph” was coined by the climatologist Jerry Mahlman, to describe the pattern shown by the Mann, Bradley & Hughes 1999 (MBH99) reconstruction, envisaging a graph that is relatively flat with a downward trend to 1900 as forming an ice hockey stick’s “shaft” followed by a sharp, steady increase corresponding to the “blade” portion. The reconstructions have featured in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports as evidence of global warming. Arguments over the reconstructions have been taken up by fossil fuel industry funded lobbying groups attempting to cast doubt on climate science.


The Crash Course Hockey Stick:

The Crash Course – Exponential Growth; Exponential Growth Hockey Stick.


Yakutia Don’t Bite Hand Feeds You:

This monument built in Yakutsk is one of the most original and funniest one you can see in Russia. The man is cutting off the branch of a tree he is sitting on. The monument depicts the situation of famous Russian proverb “Don’t hack the branch you are sitting on”, in English is “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you”. – Discover Russia.


Sawing at Branch Sitting On / Removing Ecological Bricks

Pootin Bear: New Rules or No Rules: [Masonic World Order elite’s breeding/consumption war Game without Rules policies] are sawing at the branch they sit on.
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THE BRICK BUILDING: Daniel Quinn, The Story of B: We are like people who live in a very tall building… brick building. We live on the top floor. And every day we go out, go down to the lower floors and at random we knock bricks out, take them upstairs to the top, and build higher. Every day. Downstairs, 200 bricks. Take them upstairs. And the building is perfectly stable. But it’s not going to be stable forever. Because we are attacking the structural integrity of the building. Two hundred species a day, day after day after day, year after year… And as our population increases it’s going to turn into 400 species a day, a thousand species a day. And there’s going to come a day when the system is going to collapse. Two hundred species a day!? This is calamitous. …. Chapter 9: Population Overshoot: We may already be well above 200 bricks each day. And it looks to me like the building is not far from collapse. Everything in me wants to run out of the building before it comes crashing down around my ears. …. So this is part of what I’ve come to about how we got here: a snarl of assumptions and behaviors and beliefs and stories that form the backbone of the culture of Empire, a fusion of forces that severed us from the laws of life.
— What a Way to Go: Script, Documentary.
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Osip Brik, Lilia / Lily Brik & Mayakovsky:

Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky (Russian: Влади́мир Влади́мирович Маяко́вский; 19 July [O.S. 7 July] 1893 – 14 April 1930) was a Russian Soviet poet, playwright, artist, and actor. During his early, pre-Revolution period leading into 1917, Mayakovsky became renowned as a prominent figure of the Russian Futurist movement; being among the signers of the Futurist manifesto, A Slap in the Face of Public Taste (1913), and authoring poems such as A Cloud in Trousers (1915) and Backbone Flute (1916). Mayakovsky produced a large and diverse body of work during the course of his career: he wrote poems, wrote and directed plays, appeared in films, edited the art journal LEF, and created agitprop posters in support of the Communist Party during the Russian Civil War. Though Mayakovsky’s work regularly demonstrated ideological and patriotic support for the ideology of the Communist Party and a strong admiration of Lenin, Mayakovsky’s relationship with the Soviet state was always complex and often tumultuous. Mayakovsky often found himself engaged in confrontation with the increasing involvement of the Soviet State in cultural censorship and the development of the State doctrine of Socialist realism. Works that contained criticism or satire of aspects of the Soviet system, such as the poem “Talking With the Taxman About Poetry” (1926), and the plays The Bedbug (1929) and The Bathhouse (1929), were met with scorn by the Soviet state and literary establishment. In 1930 Mayakovsky committed suicide. Even after death his relationship with the Soviet state remained unsteady. Though Mayakovsky had previously been harshly criticized by Soviet governmental bodies like RAPP, Joseph Stalin posthumously declared Mayakovsky “the best and the most talented poet of our Soviet epoch.”

From 1922 to 1928, Mayakovsky was a prominent member of the Left Art Front (LEF) he helped to found (and coin its “literature of fact, not fiction” credo) and for a while defined his work as Communist Futurism (комфут). He edited, along with Sergei Tretyakov and Osip Brik, the journal LEF, its stated objective being “re-examining the ideology and practices of the so-called leftist art, rejecting individualism and increasing Art’s value for the developing Communism.” The journal’s first, March 1923, issue featured Mayakovsky’s poem About That (Про это). Regarded as a LEF manifesto, it soon came out as a book illustrated by Alexander Rodchenko who also used some photographs made by Mayakovsky and Lilya Brik.

On 14 April 1930 he apparently shot himself through the heart. The handwritten death note read: “To all of you. I die, but don’t blame anyone for it, and please do not gossip. The deceased dislike that sort of thing terribly. Mother, sisters, comrades, forgive me — this is not a good method (I do not recommend it to others), but there is no other way out for me. Lily – love me. Comrade Government, my family consists of Lily Brik, mama, my sisters, and Veronika Vitoldovna Polonskaya. If you can provide a decent life for them, thank you. Give the poem I started to the Briks. They’ll understand.” The “unfinished poem” in his suicide note read, in part: “And so they say – “the incident dissolved” / the love boat smashed up / on the dreary routine. / I’m through with life / and [we] should absolve / from mutual hurts, afflictions and spleen.” Mayakovsky’s funeral on 17 April 1930, was attended by around 150,000, the third largest event of public mourning in Soviet history, surpassed only by those of Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin. He was interred at the Moscow Novodevichy Cemetery.

Lilya Yuryevna Brik (alternatively spelled Lili or Lily; Russian: Лиля Юрьевна Брик; November 11 [O.S. October 30] 1891 – August 4, 1978) was a Russian sometime writer and socialite, connected to many leading figures in the Russian avant-garde between 1914 and 1930. She was known as the beloved (muse) of Vladimir Mayakovsky. Lilya Brik was married for a long time with the poet, editor and literary critic Osip Brik (1888–1945), and she was the older sister of the French-Russian writer Elsa Triolet (1896–1970). Pablo Neruda called Lilya “muse of Russian avant-garde”. Her name was frequently abbreviated by her contemporaries as “Л.Ю.” or “Л.Ю.Б.” which are the first letters of the Russian word «любовь» lyubov, “love”. … In 1915, Lilya’s sister Elsa befriended aspiring futurist poet and graphic artist Vladimir Mayakovsky and invited him home, but he fell in love with Lilya. Despite the calamities of World War I, Russian Civil War and throughout the 1920s, their love affair caught and stayed in public attention, possibly because she did not divorce her husband.

Osip Maksimovich Brik (Russian: Осип Максимович Брик) (16 January 1888 in Moscow – 22 February 1945 in Moscow), Russian avant garde writer and literary critic, was one of the most important members of the Russian formalist school, though he also identified himself as one of the Futurists. Mayakovsky’s sexual relationship with Lili lasted from 1917 to 1923, and afterwards he continued to have a close friendship with the couple: “For the rest of his life, ‘Osia’ Brik remained the poet’s most trusted adviser, his most fervent proselytizer, and also a co-founder with him of the most dynamic avant-garde journal of the early Soviet era, Left Front of Art,” or LEF. After Joseph Stalin’s rise to power, the Communist regime openly encouraged exclusively socialist realism methods and initiated a campaign to stamp out all culture the Communist Party perceived as dangerous. Most avant garde artists and thinkers suffered persecution, and Brik did not escape this fate. In the 1930s he eked out a living writing articles on Mayakovsky and book reviews; he died in 1945 of a heart attack while climbing the stairs to his apartment. His works were not republished in Russia until the mid-1990s. Edward J. Brown summed his career up thus: “He wrote little, but his articles on poetic form … are brilliant formalist analyses of poetic language… and he was probably the most articulate exponent in Lef of the theories of ‘social demand’ and ‘literature of fact.’ A man of surpassing intelligence, he was apparently not strong either in performance or in principle.”

The ‘marriage cartel’ sexual revolution free love relationship of Lily, Osip and Mayakovsky was nothing unusual. – Google Books: Sexual Revolution in Bolshevik Russia by Gregory Carleton; Mayakovsky: A Biography, by Bengt Jangfeldt.


Into Eternity

Into Eternity is a feature documentary film directed by Danish director Michael Madsen, released in 2010. It follows the construction of the Onkalo waste repository at the Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant on the island of Olkiluoto, Finland. Director Michael Madsen questions Onkalo’s intended eternal existence, addressing an audience in the remote future.
Into Eternity raises the question of the authorities’ responsibility of ensuring compliance with relatively new safety criteria legislation and the principles at the core of nuclear waste management. – TrailerDocumentary.


Mayak / Lighthouse:

Slavorum: Nuclear Powered Lighthouse On Russian Pole. Telegraph: 12 mighty Soviet relics you can still visit. Old Moscow Times: Russian Lighthouses: A Sampling.


Mayak Light House Intelligence:

Mayak Intelligence is a boutique research, writing, education and consultancy firm registered and based in Prague but concentrating on Russia, as well as certain wider thematic issues relating to organised and transnational crime, war, politics and history. Its principal director is Dr Mark Galeotti, a veteran observer of Russian security and politics, currently senior researcher at the Institute of International Relations Prague, previously professor of global affairs at New York University, a former adviser at the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office, and a prolific author. …. Mayak is the Russian word for ‘lighthouse,’ a source of illumination that one hopes will help others steer away from rocks and shipwreck. It is also the name of a very nice bar-restaurant in Moscow, once very much a haunt of the cultural intelligentsia, where much inside gossip on the capital’s political, economic and social scenes is shared over a bottle or a shot. Needless to say, Mayak Intelligence is in no way connected with that other Mayak. – Mayak Intelligence.


Aircraft Carrier & Lighthouse Miscommunication.

— EoP v WiP NWO Neg: 08 Oct: Matt Parrot .. Freemasons for Dummies; 07 Dec: Donald Trump … Oil Crash.