The Pentagon, Big Pharma, and Globalist War


Richard Hugus - Jan 26, 2023

There is nothing new under the sun, but it’s always a surprise to hear the details of how governments have once again betrayed the people they claim to serve. ‘Betrayed’ is putting it mildly. In the past month, we’ve seen government criminality on three fronts:

  1. the covid narrative on social media being micromanaged by FBI agents and White House staff who directly violated the 1st Amendment by telling Facebook and Twitter who and what to censor on their platforms,

  2. government spokespeople making statements that anyone who disagrees with the official medical fascist narrative is spreading disinformation and is a threat to society, and

  3. a trail of contracts between federal bureaucracies proving the covid operation was run not by the supposed health authorities — CDC, FDA, etc. — but by the war authority, the US Department of Defense.

We already know mainstream media is the propaganda arm of the state. And we know that propagandists don’t allow alternative views. So let’s concentrate on item 3 — the DoD contracts.

You have to hand it to bureaucracies — they follow the rules. It turns out they keep records and make proper legal contracts even when engaged in mass murder. According to documents obtained through FOIA by Sasha Latypova and Katherine Watt, the US government saw Covid-19 as terrorism, to which the appropriate response was counterterrorism. In other words, C-19 was not a health emergency but a national security emergency, one so sensitive that the public couldn’t even be informed about it. The contracts describe the development of pharmaceutical products which would act as “countermeasures” — namely, mRNA “vaccines” never before used on a mass scale. Beginning in 2020 under Operation Warp Speed, the federal government used an Emergency Use Authorization and other legal measures to go around normal procedures for testing and approval of new medical products, controlling the quality of these medical products, and coercing the public into taking them. Product safety was not a priority. All this was done without American citizens ever being told they were supposedly being attacked by a “foreign threat.” It is now almost three years since the covid operation started, and the documents uncovered by Latypova and Watt are the first news most of us have ever heard about a foreign threat.

This means that the US government treated Covid as an act of war. What are the implications of this?

First, who was attacking us? Was it Russia? Not likely, as Russia was involved in the same program ― declaring a pandemic and treating it with their own “countermeasure” — Sputnik. Was it China? Not likely, as China declared a pandemic and also massively locked down. China then rolled out its “countermeasure” — Sinovac. It is also widely reported that China worked cooperatively with the US on gain of function research. According to Latypova, a large Chinese company called Fosun Pharmaceuticals had cooperative agreements with Pfizer, BioNtech, and the Israeli government to develop an mRNA product to be used as the countermeasure. Most governments around the world followed the covid script, declaring a pandemic on cue and using purposely generated fear to push medical products from Pfizer/BioNtech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and Astra Zeneca. Finally, the foreign threat is not identified in any of the documents. They have been heavily redacted

Since it appears the war on corona in the US was in the hands of the national security establishment, we were apparently wasting our time blaming the clown directors of the NIAID, CDC, and FDA for incompetence, malfeasance, and fraud. They were just running cover for the DoD as it mobilized to defend us from an outbreak of biological warfare so dastardly that American citizens of the US couldn’t even be informed. In this scenario, Fauci, Collins, and Walensky agreed to look like they were in charge, take flak, and deceive us, for our own good — a kind of patriotic duty. And, as career bureaucrats, they knew they were covered legally because, afterall, our country was under attack — we were at war. This might explain their galling arrogance.

The 2020 war on viruses has a lot in common with the 2001war on terror. One was enabled by a factitious pandemic, the other was enabled by a factitious terror attack. In both cases, the designated enemy was not a nation or group but a concept, invisible, uncapturable, and ever-changing — the perfect enemy if you want an unlimited budget and a pretext for attacks on civil liberties and wars there would otherwise be no justification for. Wars are more often than not started in this way. The US Department of Defense knows quite well how to start a war and they aren’t shy about casualties either. To be sure, big pharma and the health establishment both have experience with “interventions” which cause injury and death, but pharma’s model is more nuanced. Pharma promotes products that create chronic illness, which in turn increases product sales, so killing people is bad for business. Not so for DoD.

Covid began as, and still is, a worldwide operation. While biological warfare agents may have been created for nefarious purposes in a secret lab, these agents would probably have minimal effect on the world population. The real attack was relentless propaganda about a pandemic and coercing “everyone on the planet” (as Bill Gates put it) into taking an injection of the actual biowarfare agent — the C-19 “vaccine.” That injection has now killed and injured millions of people in many different countries. The coverup for this is ongoing, despite the appalling evidence of harm and sudden death.

This is surely the most insane war the Pentagon has ever conducted, but it is of a kind with other wars. How many died in the Philippines, in the World Wars, in Korea, in Vietnam, in Central America, in Iraq, in Palestine, in Somalia, in Sudan, in Libya, in Yemen. in Syria? How many are now dying in Ukraine in a proxy war with Russia which US neocons — the same who created and led the war on terror — did everything in their power to provoke?

The question now is, do the people who seem to be running everything have any qualms about destroying the United States as well? Do they have allegiance to any particular nation, or are they a power above nations? This question is hard to avoid with all the bragging by globalists at Davos and their plans for our world. Reducing the world population is a stated goal for many of them. Is it too much to imagine the US Department of Defense would be the most likely tool to use for that project? Is it too much to imagine that the people telling the DoD what to do may see no further use for the United States? Is it too much to imagine that the same people who were willing to wipe out so many innocent people everywhere else in the world would eventually turn their sights on Americans? The US has not had preferential treatment –it has seen vaccine injury and death at a higher rate than most other countries. That does not seem to be a problem for whoever is running the show.

We are left to conclude from the documents published by Latypova and Watt that the “vaccine countermeasure” which was developed under the DoD was itself the attack. The un-named “foreign threat” was a just a projection of those who invented the entire operation. Whoever the perpetrators are, their enemy is not any one country, but humanity itself. Infants, pregnant women, the elderly, black, white, rich, poor, children, athletes, pilots, celebrities, high school students, husbands, wives, moms, dads, African, Asian, American — the jab targets everyone. Whether this war is for economic gain, for empire, or even the lofty goals claimed by globalists, nihilism and hatred of life pervades it all. This path only leads to darkness. It is our obligation to take the opposite path.

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War, Money, and America’s Future

By Douglas Macgregor


Dr. Syed Haider said: “We have corporate capture of our entire government… There’s corruption at every level… Not to say that people are inherently corrupt… but the system itself is corrupt, and we’ve allowed corporations with their inherent biases to take over our medical system. And so we’re getting medicine which is, in many cases, harming us.” (Source – 53:10)

In a senate hearing regarding the U.S. government’s response to COVID-19, Dr. Piere Kory said: “United States health agency structures and policies created over the last 50 years have tightly intertwined the pharmaceutical industry with public health institutions, resulting in repeated policies placing pharmaceutical industry interests ahead of the welfare of U.S. citizens.” (Source – 36:46)

Brett Weinstein said: “We have a serious problem in Western civilization… Every institution has been captured.” (Source – 46:22)

Below we provide the evidence showing exactly how each institution, or individual, is captured…

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Scott Ritter: Why the Pentagon is a multitrillion-dollar fraud

12 Dec, 2023

The US Department of Defense has failed its sixth annual audit in a row, but taxpayer money will keep going down that drai

Scott Ritter is a former US Marine Corps intelligence officer and author of 'Disarmament in the Time of Perestroika: Arms Control and the End of the Soviet Union.' He served in the Soviet Union as an inspector implementing the INF Treaty, in General Schwarzkopf’s staff during the Gulf War, and from 1991-1998 as a UN weapons inspector.

Scott Ritter: Why the Pentagon is a multitrillion-dollar fraud

FILE PHOTO: Two U.S. Air Force F-35 Lightning II aircraft at the international airport Petrovec near Skopje, on June 17, 2022. © Robert ATANASOVSKI / AFP

Recently, the Pentagon admitted it couldn’t account for trillions of dollars of US taxpayer money, having failed a massive yearly audit for the sixth year running.

The process consisted of the 29 sub-audits of the DoD’s various services, and only seven passed this year – no improvement over the last. These audits only began taking place in 2017, meaning that the Pentagon has never successfully passed one.

This year’s failure made some headlines, was commented upon briefly by the mainstream media, and then just as quickly forgotten by an American society accustomed to pouring money down the black hole of defense spending.

The defense budget of the United States is grotesquely large, its $877 billion dwarfing the $849 billion spent by the next ten nations with the largest defense expenditures. And yet, the Pentagon cannot fully account for the $3.8 trillion in assets and $4 trillion in liabilities it has accrued at US taxpayer expense, ostensibly in defense of the United States and its allies. As the Biden administration seeks $886 billion for next year’s defense budget (and Congress seems prepared to add an additional $80 billion to that amount), the apparent indifference of the American collective – government, media, and public – to how nearly $1 trillion in taxpayer dollars will be spent speaks volumes about the overall bankrupt nature of the American establishment.

Audits, however, are an accountant’s trick, a series of numbers on a ledger which, for the average person, do not equate to reality. Americans have grown accustomed to seeing big numbers when it comes to defense spending, and as a result, we likewise expect big things from our military. But the fact is, the US defense establishment increasingly physically resembles the numbers on the ledgers the accountants have been trying to balance – it just doesn’t add up.

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