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#FBI FBI: #RussianMob, closely allied with the #Russian, #Israeli, UAE, possibly other States, & under ultimate #NewAbwehr control, appears to be behind many if not all acts of mass terror... The #NewAbwehrHypothesis By Michael Novakhov

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The New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump by Michael Novakhov: A Psycho-Historical Study - Web Review - 2:09 PM 1/4/2019

 Investigate the Investigators!

GRU, the Russian Military Intelligence masks as FBI – (?!). Do we know about it? Do we think about it? | Suspect in Capitol car attack posted about fears of FBI and CIA week before ramming officer. | M.N.: FBI: Declassify and disclose all the background information on Noah Green.  His name might also be a “telling name”. Those who are in the know might guess what it means.  Try to unravel the mysteries of the situation by examining closely this person’s life and his connections. 

The same day, Green uploaded an image of a certificate that appeared to recognize a gift he had made to the Nation of Islam of $1,085.” 

M.N.: This number: $1,085 is odd (not the usual even number, such as $1,000, $2,000, etc.), therefore it might contain the message; I think, most likely it points to a year in the World History: year 1085. The most notable events of that year in history appear to be: 1. Completion of the “Domesday Book“, and 2. The beginning of the introduction of the paper money in China: The output of copper currency for the Chinese Song Dynasty reaches 6 billion coins a year, prompting the Chinese government to adopt the world’s first paper-printed money later in the 1120s.’

Both events can be viewed as the references and allusions to the present day situations and circumstances: “the doomsday scenario” for the Western Civilization and the “America as the global monetary printing press“. 

The allusions to the WW2 may also be present: The Operation Doomsday of the WW2. 

These allusions and references lift the veil (deliberately semitransparent) over the minds, mentality, and the backgrounds of the putative masterminds of these hypothetical intelligence operations. In my opinion, humble or not, they are the leaders and the functionaries of the New Abwehr, the hypothetical construct which I use in the attempts to analyze and to understand these phenomena. This point of view is supported by the the quite visible activization of the Extreme Rightist and the frankly Fascist political and social movements and groups. 

The twist in this concept is that after the WW2 the remnants of the Nazi Abwehr adopted the anti-Hitler and the anti-Nazi stance, outlooks, and “ideologies”, placing them in the Leftist camp. However, the New Abwehr stays high above all the transient political plays and frays, it is concerned mostly with the overcoming the effects of the formal German defeat in the WW2 and their many feelings of guilt, sorrows, recriminations, post mortem analyses, repetition compulsions elements, rationalizations, etc., etc. Their main preoccupations are the German dominance in the World, the new World order (“my way”, anyway),  and the global political and economic matters which are their tools in governing the World. 

This concept of mine may be right or wrong but it has to be considered and explored further, if we really want to get to the Truth. 

Michael Novakhov | 8:42 AM 4/4/2021 – Post Link

Was Noah Green the weaponized target of the GRU (Russian Military Intelligence) which is masked as the FBI Cointelpro? – Google Search 

Just like the scores of others involved in the similar incidents and accidents? 

Does the FBI investigate this hypothesis? 

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The New Abwehr Hypothesis

The 9/11 was inadequately investigated and incorrectly and superficially diagnosed. The price was the twenty years of relentless Hybrid (Intelligence) War attacks, large and small, deadly and symbolic, intimidating and threatening in their nature and directions. This undeclared, invisible, masked Cold War 2 culminated in the Trump PresidencyCorona Pandemic (I think the connection is present), and the Capitol Riot of 1.6.21. The same mistake of the inadequate investigation, committed again, can be very costly. It very well might be the existential threat, in its various aspects. 

“All roads lead to Putin”, Nancy Pelosi diagnosed the situation in five words. I agree with her, it is almost obvious. I will take this Interpretation a couple of steps down the same logical road: 

1. Putin is the agent of the German Intelligence, which is in alliance with the elements of the Russian Intelligence Services, the Russian Mafia State, which are the KGB revived, and with the Russian Jewish Organized Crime, the TOC. 

2. I came to believe that the German Military Intelligence after WW2 played the major role in all the historically significant World events and made inroads into the other services and the Government structures, including the FBI, the CIA, the State Department, etc., etc. The structures of the Russian State were penetrated in a similar fashion, however more secretively, carefully, and discreetly. I call this the New Abwehr Hypothesis of the major World events after WW2

3. I believe that behind the 9/11 is the the hypothetical, very powerful and skillful structure of the New Abwehr. They use the Arabs, the Russians, the Chinese, the Israelis, and others as their covers. 

4. I think that the New Abwehr hypothesis has to be researched and investigated in the utmost depth. You cannot cure or even help the illness if your diagnosis is incorrect. It makes it worse. And there were a lot of incorrect diagnoses in both the Medicine and in the Intelligence Work. Not the political correctness but the complete and total independence in the Intelligence and the Counterintelligence Analysis. Speak Truth to Power. 

The Delphic Truths are the greater truths. They are the intuitive correct diagnoses, the sacred whispers, the dreams coming from the depths. They are the Essence, they are the Truth. Their coherence and internal consistency, logic and knowledge differentiate them from delusions and conspiracy theories. However, these Delphic Truths have to be checked out and convincingly translated and proven in clear and evidence based concepts and language. 

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“New Abwehr” remains a Hypothesis. It was formulated on the basis of the Hapsburg Group report in Mueller Investigation, which provided the third (and defining, “pathognomonic”) criterion (third logical “leg” to stand on): the historical German 

 

AUSTRIA-PHOBIA which in combination with the other two may be “DIAGNOSTIC”. The other two criteria are: 

 

ANTISEMITISM – JUDEOPHOBIA and 

 

HOMOPHOBIA WITH LATENT HOMOSEXUALITY. 

 

Psychodynamically, these are the Reaction Formations: most of the high Abwehr officers, including Canaris, were Jews or part Jews and Gay, and they tended to blame Austria and all things Austrian after the WW2, including Hitler. 

 

The formulation above appears to be a new, novel, “medical” approach in the attempts to recognize, to diagnose the Intelligence Operations and their ultimate Authors, for whom this activity is a High Art, intensely emotionally charged. Ultimately, such attempts at recognitions, identifications and authentications are the “smell test”. 

The emotions of Masters – Authors are coded in their Intelligence Operations, their work, activities and views. They provide the clues, tips, and leads for the in-depth, historical Intelligence and the Counterintelligence Investigations. 

With the organizations such as Abwehr and the New Abwehr, with their historicism, unique competence and skills, the described above approach may be one of the most productive in the attempts at understanding them and the todays’ security and the political climates. 

Generally speaking, I think that this new emerging field of the 

Open Source Strategic Intelligence and Counterintelligence Analysis, 

should be actively developed, and the publications and the “scientific competition within it should be actively promoted. 

It looks like we could get good value for a dollar here, if it is managed well. 

Michael Novakhov, M.D. 

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WHO unveils new team to investigate pandemic

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WHO unveils new team to investigate pandemic

The World Health Organization unveiled on Oct. 13 a team of scientists it wants to investigate new pathogens and preventing future pandemics - plus reviving the stalled probe into COVID-19’s origins.

The group of 26 experts will be charged with producing a new global framework for studies into the origins of emerging pathogens of epidemic and pandemic potential - and their remit includes SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 disease.

Besides the COVID-19 crisis, a growing number of high-risk pathogens have appeared or reappeared in recent years, including MERS, bird flu viruses, Lassa, Marburg and Ebola.

The WHO announced earlier this year that it would set up a Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of Novel Pathogens (SAGO).

"The emergence of new viruses with the potential to spark epidemics and pandemics is a fact of nature, and while SARS-CoV-2 is the latest such virus, it will not be the last," said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

"Understanding where new pathogens come from is essential for preventing future outbreaks."
The 26 members that the WHO has put forward were chosen from a field of more than 700 applications and are drawn from a range of scientific disciplines.

And the team the WHO has named is subject to a two-week public consultation.

They include Christian Drosten, the head of Berlin’s Institute of Virology; Yungui Yang of the Beijing Institute of Genomics; Jean-Claude Manuguerra of France’s Institut Pasteur; and Inger Damon from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Several of the experts were on the joint WHO-China scientific mission investigating the origins of COVID-19: Vladimir Dedkov, Farag Elmoubasher, Thea Fischer, Marion Koopmans, Hung Nguyen and John Watson.

The terms of reference say the group must give the WHO an independent evaluation of all available scientific and technical findings from global studies on the origins of COVID-19.

It must also advise the U.N. health agency on developing, monitoring and supporting the next series of studies into the origins of the virus. That could include "rapid advice" on the WHO’s operational plans to implement the next series of studies into the pandemic’s origins, and advice on additional studies.
The pandemic has killed more than 4.85 million people and battered the global economy since the virus was first detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019.

After much delay, a WHO team of international experts went to Wuhan in January 2021 to produce a first phase report, written in conjunction with their Chinese counterparts.

Their March report drew no firm conclusions, but ranked four hypotheses.

Most probable was that the virus jumped from bats to humans via an intermediate animal, it said. It judged a leak from the Wuhan virology laboratories was "extremely unlikely".

However, the investigation faced criticism for lacking transparency and access, and for not evaluating the lab-leak theory more deeply.

In August, China rejected the WHO’s calls for a renewed probe on the ground into the origins of COVID-19.
Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO’s technical lead on COVID-19, said SAGO would urgently assess what was now known, what still remained unknown, and what rapidly needed to be done.

"I anticipate that the SAGO... will recommend further studies in China and potentially elsewhere," she told journalists.

"There’s no time to waste in this."

Michael Ryan, the WHO’s emergencies director, said it may be the "last chance to understand the origins of this virus" in a collegiate manner.

Earlier on Oct. 13, Chen Xu, China’s ambassador to the U.N. in Geneva, told the U.N. correspondents’ association that SAGO’s work should not be "politicized".

"If we are going to send teams to any other places, I believe it’s not to China because we have received international teams twice already," he said.

"It’s time to send teams to other places."

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Great power competition with Russia, China is a fallacy

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Interestingly, the Obama, Trump and Biden administrations have pursued remarkably similar foreign policies based on a great power competition with Russia and principally China, as what is now, according to the Pentagon, "the pacing threat."

President Barack Obama made the decision in 2011 to "pivot" to Asia, subsequently softened to "rebalancing." And he toughened military strategy to read "deter and defeat if war comes" these competitors, along with North Korea, Iran and violent extremism.

President Donald Trump's National Defense Strategy expanded Obama's, directing the Department of Defense "to contain, deter and defeat" China and Russia as principal dangers and upping the competition by imposing tariffs on China that led to a tariff war.

President Joe Biden's team has not released its National Security and Defense Strategy yet. However, it is clear that the same general directions will be followed with perhaps more emphasis on the "deter" than "defeat" criterion.

I have been critical of great power competition strategies for a number of reasons. First, nowhere has the "contain, deter and defeat" requirements been defined in close to specific terms. From what are our adversaries being contained? How and from what are they being deterred? And how do we defeat thermonuclear-armed enemies in war?

Second, where is the off-ramp for reducing these tensions and moving toward more stable and peaceful relations? In the past with the USSR and for a time with the Russian Federation, arms control was one mechanism. But the United States seems unwilling to address arms control without China's participation, which declines even a discussion. Perhaps a new agreement will be reached with Moscow. However, that is not certain.

Last, does no one recall history? In August 1914, the great power competition among Russia, Wilhelmine Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Austro-Hungary and lesser states erupted in world war with the assassination of one archduke. Could a similarly small spark ignite a major war today?

The Trump administration concocted two unlikely fait accompli scenarios as the basis for its strategy: a Russian takeover of the three Baltic states and a Chinese invasion and occupation of Taiwan. However, both are farfetched at best. NATO's Article 5 that an attack against one is an attack against all protects the three Baltic member states. And as President Xi Jinping declared last weekend, China will pursue peaceful unification. While many do not trust Xi's word, China lacks the military capacity for the foreseeable future to launch a successful invasion of Taiwan.

Great power competition also helped cause World War II. Nazi Germany was determined to dominate Europe and much of the world as a great power. Likewise, fascist Japan had great power aspirations as it moved to establish its Great East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere in the late 1930s. Of course, given the horrors of World War I and the understandable pressure not to start another war, the democracies were complacent and appeased these powers, and the junior partner Italy until it was too late.

2021 is far different. NATO collectively spends about $1 trillion dollars on defense. Germany and Japan are on the side of the democracies. And Russia and China have no real allies.

The Biden administration has two options. If it continues the Obama-Trump line of great power competition, it must define, certainly to itself, what the criteria are to contain, deter and defeat both. Failing that understanding, no strategy can be successful unless through luck.

The second option is to reject the great power competition foundation, beginning with lifting the tariffs. The role of the Defense Department as stated in Title X of the U.S. Code suffices: "Be prepared to conduct prompt sustained operations incident to combat," adding globally, and without naming specific enemies.

Greater emphasis on allies and engagement with partners and potential adversaries is vital to prevent an untoward or accidental event from escalating into war. And far more focus must be placed on defeating what Vladimir Lenin called "active measures," or interactions below using force but ones that can be politically destabilizing and more dangerous through cyber and social media influence operations.

Given the political turmoil in Europe -- Germany without Angela Merkel; the United Kingdom and European Union deadlocked over the Northern Island trade protocol; Poland's court rejecting EU law; Czechoslovakia in political crisis; France furious over the canceled Australian submarine deal; Romania without a government again; and an energy crisis enveloping the continent -- a new strategy is vital.

Great power competition is not it. But will the Biden administration recognize this need and recall what happened in 1914? Probably not.

Harlan Ullman is senior adviser at Washington, D.C.'s Atlantic Council, the prime author of "shock and awe" and author of the upcoming book, "The Fifth Horseman and the New MAD: How Massive Attacks of Disruption Became the Looming Existential Danger to a Divided Nation and the World at Large."

The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.

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Intelligence Company Warned Feds of Jan 6 Violence 2 Weeks Prior

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A private intelligence company warned federal law enforcement agencies in a briefing that former President Donald Trump's supporters were planning a violent insurrection two weeks ahead of the events on January 6 in Washington, D.C.

The attack against the Capitol appeared to take federal law enforcement off guard, as a mob of pro-Trump rioters quickly overwhelmed officers protecting the legislative building. In the wake of the violence, law enforcement officials have suggested they were unaware of the seriousness of the threat. However, newly reported documents show the government received advanced warning.

"[A] supposedly violent insurrection by [Trump's] supporters has 'always been the plan,'" a December 24 briefing by SITE Intelligence Group warned its subscribers, which include federal law enforcement, Politico first reported Thursday.

Rita Katz, the founder and executive director of SITE, said that federal law enforcement's response to the warnings demonstrated a "profound failure to act."

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"A potpourri of communities overtly strategized to storm the Capitol building and arrest—if not outright kill—public officials and carry out a coup," Katz told Politico. She said that officials "were alerting their superiors and other agencies to the threats SITE had identified—many of which ended up manifesting that day, just as they were written."

Katz explained that SITE's briefing about specific threats were circulated by the "FBI and other agencies well before January 6."

Capitol Police said in February that they had been aware of possible violence and had taken additional precautions, even arming officers with assault rifles to protect members of Congress. However, they said that the they had largely expected a more traditional protest and not the level of violence that eventually transpired.

"Although the Department's January 3rd Special Assessment foretold of a significant likelihood for violence on Capitol grounds by extremists groups, it did not identify a specific credible threat indicating that thousands of American citizens would descend upon the U.S. Capitol attacking police officers with the goal of breaking into the U.S. Capitol Building to harm Members and prevent the certification of Electoral College votes," Yogananda Pittman, assistant chief of Capitol Police, said during a House hearing in February.

Newsweek reached out to the Department of Justice and the FBI for comment but did not immediately receive a response.

Hundreds of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6 in an apparent effort to prevent the formal certification of President Joe Biden's Electoral College victory. Ahead of that attack, Trump urged his supporters during a rally at the Ellipse to march to the Capitol and to "fight like hell." Many proceeded to follow that guidance.

The crowd was largely animated by Trump's false claims that the 2020 election was "rigged" or "stolen" in favor of Biden. Despite dozens of failed election challenge lawsuits filed by Trump and his allies as well as multiple audits in key battleground states, no evidence has emerged substantiating the former president's extraordinary allegation.

Many of the Trump supporters expressed a desire to kill top American lawmakers, such as then-Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Some rioters set up a large noose outside the Capitol, while some suggested they wanted to "hang" Pence for refusing to unconstitutionally overturn the election results.

More than 660 people have been charged in connection to the Capitol assault. It took about four hours for law enforcement to clear the legislative building of rioters and end the violence on January 6.

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Putin’s alleged mistress has $100M, ‘Pandora Papers’ reveal

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His secret girlfriend has lots of secret wealth.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s longtime mistress has an estimated net worth of $100 million in “shadow wealth,” including swanky apartments and a yacht, despite her modest background, a trove of newly leaked documents reveal.

Svetlana Krivonogikh, 46, has been romantically linked with the Russian strongman since he was still deputy mayor of her hometown of St. Petersburg, and reportedly has a daughter with him.

But Krivonogikh — who grew up in a communal apartment — and other Putin cronies have been enriched through shell companies in the Virgin Islands and elsewhere, the Guardian reported.

In September 2003, an offshore company called Brockville Development Limited — through two other Panamanian companies — bought her a luxury fourth-floor apartment in Monte Carlo. She’s also acquired a flat in St. Petersburg and other valuable assets, according to the reporting.

Krivonogikh is far from alone in benefiting from a long-standing relationship with Putin.
For years Russia’s inner circle has gravitated to Monaco, where lax tax laws and policies have made the waterfront city a favorite for the wealthy.

“It has become Moscow-on-Sea. The mentality is to show off,” local lawyer Dominique Anastasis told the Guardian. “Nobody asks where your money comes from. There’s no culture of checking. You don’t make a tax declaration.”

Among the wealthiest of the Russian-Monaco circle is Gennady Timchenko, a former Soviet bureaucrat who has been friends with Putin since the 1990s.

A former oil trader, Timchenko was given an oil export license by Putin in 1991, and later co-founded a Swiss-based oil export company named Gunvor — with the Russian president long rumored to be a silent partner in the firm.

Forbes reported Timchenko’s net worth at $22 billion, the outlet said.

Another member of Putin’s inner circle is Peter Kolbin, an old family friend, who took over as director of Leningrad-based International Petroleum Products in 2003 despite having few qualifications for the job.

Putin has denied ties to the lucrative companies detailed in the Pandora Papers.

But jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has referred to Putin as “the world’s richest man,” according to the Guardian.

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