History Repeats itself, First as a Tragedy, Second as a Farce



Operation Disclosure | By David Lifschultz, Contributing Writer

Submitted on March 18, 2022



Since Lord Jacob Rothschild’s oligarchs control Russia, the Ukraine and the US, we have thought it worthwhile to present an earlier piece on this subject to shed light on the present world crisis.

Our source below was Benjamin Disraeli who wrote that all the countries were under the supervision of the Rothschilds in Europe and America even when at war with each other, and his authority bears considerable weight as he became Prime Minister of England.  Another source is John Buchen who was a quite prominent Englishman. 

We, of course, cite other prominent references. As this essay unfolds we see a replication of the preparations for war that we saw earlier in regard to the Ukraine Affair and that the war is on a predictable path. It was based on this knowledge that I predicted in the speech below delivered on July 2, 2019 in Moscow at the Duma Peace Conference that there would be a war in the Ukraine and that Russia would be divorced from SWIFT-CHIPS clearing mechanism for dollar transactions. No one listened.





Compliments of the Lifschultz Organization founded in 1899

(See footnote one for a complete analysis)

O Gold! Why call we misers miserable?
Theirs is the pleasure that can never pall;
Theirs is the best bower anchor, the chain cable
Which holds fast other pleasures great and small.
Ye who but see the saving man at table,
And scorn his temperate board, as none at all,
And wonder how the wealthy can be sparing,
Know not what visions spring from each cheese-paring.

Love or lust makes man sick, and wine much sicker;
Ambition rends, and gaming gains a loss;
But making money, slowly first, then quicker,
And adding still a little through each cross
(Which will come over things), beats love or liquor,
The gamester’s counter, or the statesman’s dross.
O Gold! I still prefer thee unto paper,
Which makes bank credit like a bank of vapour.

Who hold the balance of the world? Who reign
O’er congress, whether royalist or liberal?
Who rouse the shirtless patriots of Spain?
(That make old Europe’s journals squeak and gibber all.)
Who keep the world, both old and new, in pain
Or pleasure? Who make politics run glibber all?
The shade of Buonaparte’s noble daring?-
Jew Rothschild, and his fellow-Christian, Baring.

Those, and the truly liberal Lafitte,
Are the true lords of Europe. Every loan
Is not a merely speculative hit,
But seats a nation or upsets a throne.
Republics also get involved a bit;
Columbia’s stock hath holders not unknown
On ’Change; and even thy silver soil, Peru,
Must get itself discounted by a Jew.

It is important to note that the the Russians announced withdrawal of 10,000 troops was required by Jake Sullivan as a precondition of deescalation for the commencements of negotiations in the beginning of the year. The Chancellor
and Foreign Minister of Germany have said Nord Stream Two will be operational in August which is ridiculous as it could be operational almost at once. The meeting between the US and Russia is obviously being delayed combined with planned prolonged talks to decrease the catastrophic risk of a Russian cut off of oil and natural gas to Europe in the event of a crisis during the winter. As footnote 3 indicates, Russia is planning a new, massive natural gas pipeline to China called Power of Siberia Two that will carry 38 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year. This can be increased to shift all of the natural gas going to Europe to China as also to include all the natural resources that the Chinese economy needs.




The article in footnote three explains that all natural resources from Russia to the EU can be shifted to China. This is what the US wants to happen which is why they have created this crisis so as to force Germany to become totally dependent on the US control of the sea. If Germany does not do what the US says, they die as the EU economy will collapse if all their required natural resources are cut off by the US if it gains control of all Germany’s imports
of natural resources by sea and Germany loses Russia.

England was the richest nation in the world for almost 400 years from the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 by controlling world commerce. The US has had this distinction since 1945 when it proceeded to dismantle England’s sea power ending Imperial Preference as Churchill had wrecked their Empire by pursuing World War Two which destroyed his country by bankrupting it leaving it lying helpless on the ground as a beggar in 1945. England lost World War Two to all intents and purposes. Thus the US destroyed what was left of the British Empire, the Spanish Empire, the Empire of the Netherlands, that of the French and anyone else that got in their way. The US reigned supreme owning half the world’s GDP either by its internal industries or those they owned overseas until it found itself stripped of its tariffs by Roosevelt and it too became devastated by imports that have now destroyed half of its industrial power lying in rust belt ruins.

Imperial Preference was a system of mutual tariff reduction enacted throughout the British Empire following the Ottawa Conference of 1932. As Commonwealth Preference, the proposal was later revived in regard to the members of the Commonwealth of NationsJoseph Chamberlain, the powerful colonial secretary from 1895 until 1903, argued vigorously that Britain could compete with its growing industrial rivals (chiefly the United States and Germany) and thus maintain Great Power status. The best way to do so would be to enhance internal trade inside the worldwide British Empire, with emphasis on the more developed areas — Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa — that had attracted large numbers of British settlers. It worked as a tariff against US goods which enraged the US.

In 1660, the practice of “Old Subsidy” gave certain imported colonial products a virtual monopoly in England, effectively starting a form of colonial preference for sugar. By 1840, this had been extended such that more than eighty commercial goods were protected, as the Corn Laws protected some colonial agricultural goods. Colonial conferences held throughout the late 19th century arranged closer economic unions between Dominions and the mother country, with the Dominions giving preferences in exchange for defence commitments or common commercial, patent, immigration and shipping policies. In the late 1800s and especially during the early 1900s, Imperial Preference was considered a method of promoting unity within the British Empire and sustaining Britain’s position as a global power as a response to increased competition from the protectionist Germany and United States. Alexander Hamilton’s tariffs had created the US industrial power whose ideas were dominant until the bungling Roosevelt stopped the protection of US industries which are now largely destroyed by imports. Germany was guided by Friedrich List.

The US control of the oceans depends on eleven obsolete and rusting aircraft carrier task forces that are faced by growing submarine fleets whose torpedoes are no longer significant but the missiles that they carry which can be offensive anti-ship missiles or nuclear missiles for targets on land. They can be stationed offshore an enemy for firing reaching the target in a minute or two. Surface vessels are largely obsolete and China is frantically building what will be at least a 1,000 submarines in the next ten years to form their task forces that will wrest control of the oceans from the US. See link in footnote two entitled “US Faces Financial Armageddon” for an analysis of the obsolescence of the eleven US Aircraft Carrier Task Forces in the letter to Mike Pompeo when he was Secretary of State. You have to scroll down.

If we want to discover how Russia finds itself in this mess in the first place we have to go back to the Six Day War.

The Russians had built up the air power of Nasser to be sufficient to knock out all the Israeli air power if they could attack it on the ground in a surprise attack and the Israelis understanding this struck first with their air fleet coming in from the Mediterranean destroying the majority of the Egyptian aircraft on the ground. The Rothschilds watched this and were furious that the aircraft that Russia supplied to Egypt could have destroyed the State of Israel had Egypt struck first. This was 1967. Rothschild starts moving against Russia in earnest. First, in 1972 their agent Henry Kissinger arranges for Nixon to go to Beijing to meet Mao for an alliance of China and the US against Russia which of course includes the EU. This was a colossal shift in the balance of power which led to the collapse of Russia in 1991. Who reigns in Russia now but Lord Jacob Rothschild through their oligarchs as Baron Eduard de Rothschild through Lenin, and Trotsky after World War One. And ironically, the oligarchs in the Ukraine report to Rothschild too. Stalin liquidated the Rohthschild Yevseks or the Yevraiskaya Sektia such as Trotsky, Zinoviev, Bukharin, etc. in the Moscow Treason Trials. The Rothschild controlled world press howled when these murderers went down but the Lubavitch Grand Rabbi Joseph Schneerson proclaimed that Stalin was God’s agent in this as these were nothing but cold blooded murderers who killed the royal wives and children as well as the royals themselves. Stalin obviously did not report to Rothschild as he killed their agents.

If we read the Rothschild agent Disraeli’s novel “Coningsby” the character Rothschild (Sidonia is the name given in the book for Rothschild) relates that the hidden power behind all events in Europe and the world was Rothschild which included the Tsars though they hated them. Sidonia talks about his trip to Moscow where he secretly exercises control. But it was not enough control to suit him as later they set up the Bolshevik Revolution through Baron Eduard de Rothschild. Parvus was his agent. If you read footnote one’s link you will find the full story provided you read all the links in the article.




So now we have the US, Great Britain, the EU under the Bilderberg Group, and Russia all under the control of Rothschild. And the Ukraine. But the control is not total. Now Israel is not happy with Russia in their support of Syria and Iran. Israel does not want the Shia Crescent that Russia sponsors. The problem with the oligarchs is that the military and the security services are giving them problems. So while Rothschild troubles Russia at the Ukraine the oligarchs are facing problems with the army and security services. This is why the Rothschild controlled US hates Russia using the President, and Congress for sanctions while Israel professes its love of Russia. How can the Senators and Congressmen be Israeli agents and yet vote against Russia which Israel loves? It is because such are their orders as Rothschild hates Russia. This is why those in the know in Russia say Putin only conducts a balancing act as he is not in sufficient control to resolve these issues in the interest of the Russian motherland.

The US intends to play off these internal weaknesses of Russia in the coming weeks for an indefinite delay.

Footnote one:

Rothschild Won the Battle of Waterloo?

Footnote two:

Drang Nach Osten: German Drive to the East | Operation Disclosure Official

Footnote three
Exit Nord Stream 2, Enter Power of Siberia 2

December 25, 2021




Military superpower Russia, having had enough of U.S./NATO bullying, is now dictating the terms of a new arrangement.

By Pepe Escobar posted with permission and widely cross-posted

Coming straight from President Putin, it did sound like a bolt from the sky:

“We need long-term legally binding guarantees even if we know they cannot be trusted, as the U.S. frequently withdraws from treaties that become uninteresting to them. But it’s something, not just verbal assurances.”

And that’s how Russia-U.S. relations come to the definitive crunch – after an interminable series of polite red alerts coming from Moscow.

Putin once again had to specify that Russia is looking for “indivisible, equitable security” – a principle established since Helsinki in 1975 – even though he no longer sees the U.S. as a dependable “partner”, that diplomatically nicety so debased by the Empire since the end of the USSR.

The “frequently withdrawing from treaties” passage can easily be referred to as Washington in 2002 under Bush Jr. pulling out of the ABM treaty signed between the U.S. and the USSR in 1972. Or it could be referred to as the U.S. under Trump destroying the JCPOA signed with Iran and guaranteed by the UN. Precedents abound.

Putin was once again exercising the Taoist patience so characteristic of Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov: explaining the obvious not only to a Russian but also a global audience. The Global South may easily understand this reference; “When international law and the UN Charter interfere, they [the U.S.] declare it all obsolete and unnecessary.”

Earlier, Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko had been uncommonly assertive – leaving nothing for the imagination:

“We just make it clear that we are ready to talk about switching over from a military or a military-technical scenario to a political process that will strengthen the security of all countries in the area of the OCSE, Euro-Atlantic and Eurasia. If that doesn’t work out, we signaled to them [NATO] that we will also move over to creating counter threats, but it will then be too late to ask us why we made these decisions and why we deployed these systems.”




So in the end it comes down to Europeans facing “the prospect of turning the continent into a field of military confrontation.” That will be the inevitable consequence of a NATO “decision” actually decided in Washington.

Incidentally: any possible, future “counter threats” will be coordinated between Russia and China.

Mr. Zircon is on the line, Sir

Every sentient being from Atlanticist shores to Eurasian steppes by now knows the content of the Russian draft agreements on security guarantees presented to the Americans, as detailed by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov.

Key provisions include no further NATO expansion; no Ukraine admission; no NATO shenanigans in Ukraine, Eastern Europe, Transcaucasia and Central Asia; Russia and NATO agreeing not to deploy intermediate and short-range missiles in areas from where they can hit each other’s territory; establishment of hotlines; and the NATO-Russia Council actively involved in resolving disputes.

Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs extensively reiterated that the Americans received “detailed explanations of the logic of the Russian approach”, so the ball is in Washington’s court.

Well, National Security advisor Jake Sullivan at first seemed to kick it, when he admitted, on the record, that Putin may not want to “invade” Ukraine.

Then there were rumblings that the Americans would get back to Moscow this week with their own “concrete security proposals”, after de facto writing the script for their NATO minions, invariably conveyed in spectacularly mediocre fashion by secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg.

The Ukraine narrative didn’t change an inch: “severe measures” – of an economic and financial nature – remain in the pipeline if Russia engages in “further aggression” in Ukraine.

Moscow was not fooled. Ryabkow had to specify, once again, that the Russian proposals were on a bilateral basis. Translation: we talk only to those with deciding power, not to minions. The involvement of other countries, Ryabkov said, “will deprive them of their meaning.”

From the start, NATO’s response had been predictably obvious: Russia is conducting a “substantial, unprovoked, and unjustified” military buildup along its border with Ukraine and is making “false … claims of Ukrainian and NATO provocations”.

That once again proved the point it’s a monumental waste of time to discuss with yapping chihuahuas of the Stoltenberg variety, for whom “NATO expansion will continue, whether Russia likes it or not.”

In fact, whether U.S. and NATO functionaries like it or not, what’s really happening in the realpolitk realm is Russia dictating new terms from a position of power. In a nutshell: you may learn the new game in town in a peaceful manner, civilized dialogue included, or you will learn the hard way via a dialogue with Mr. Iskandr, Mr. Kalibr, Mr. Khinzal and Mr. Zircon.




The inestimable Andrei Martyanov has extensively analysed for years now all the details of Russia’s overwhelming military dominance, hypersonic and otherwise, across the European space – as well as the dire consequences if the U.S. and NATO minions “decide that they want to continue to play dumb.”

Martyanov has also noted that Russia “understands the split with the West and is ready to take any consequences, including, already declining, shrinkage of trade and reduction of the supply of hydrocarbons to the EU.”

That’s where the whole ballet around the security guarantees intersects with the crucial Pipelineistan angle. To sum it all up: exit Nord Stream 2, enter Power of Siberia 2.

So let’s revisit why the looming energy catastrophe in the EU is not forcing anyone in Russia to lose his/her sleep.

Dancing in the Siberian night

One of the top takeaways of the strategic Putin-Xi video conference last week was the immediate future of Power of Siberia 2 – which will snake in across Mongolia to deliver up to 50 billion cubic meters of natural gas annually to China.

So it was hardly an accident that Putin received Mongolian President Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh in the Kremlin, the day after he talked to Xi, to discuss Power of Siberia 2. The key parameters of the pipeline have already been set, a feasibility study will be completed in early 2022, and the deal – minus last-minute pricing tune-ups – is practically clinched.

Power of Siberia 2 follows the 2,200 km long Power of Siberia 1, launched in 2019 from Eastern Siberia to northern China and the focus of a $400 billion deal struck between Gazprom and China’s CNPC. Power of Siberia 1’s full capacity will be reached in 2025, when it will be supplying 38 billion cubic meters of gas annually.

Power of Siberia 2, a much bigger operation, was planned years ago, but it was hard to find consensus on the final route. Gazprom wanted Western Siberia to Xinjiang across the Altai mountains. The Chinese wanted transit via Mongolia straight into central China. The Chinese eventually prevailed. The final route across Mongolia was decided only two months ago. Construction should begin in 2024.

This is a massive geoeconomic game-changer, totally in line with the increasingly sophisticated Russia-China strategic partnership. But it’s also supremely important geopolitically (Remember Xi: China supports Russia’s “core interests”).

The gas for Power of Siberia 2 will come from the same fields currently supplying the EU market. Whatever demented concoctions the European Commission – and the new German government – may apply on stalling the operation of Nord Stream 2, Gazprom’s main focus will be China.

It doesn’t matter for Gazprom that China as a customer in the near future will not fully replace the whole EU market. What matters is the steady business flow and the absence of infantile politicking. For China what matters is an extra, guaranteed overland supply rote boosting its strategy of “escaping from Malacca”: the possibility, in case Cold War 2.0 turns hot, that the U.S. Navy would eventually block maritime shipping of energy sources via Southeast Asia to China.




Beijing of course is all over the place when it comes to buying Russian natural gas. The Chinese have a 30% stake in Novatek’s $27 billion Yamal project and a 20% stake in the $21 billion Arctic project.

So welcome to 2022 and the new, high stakes realpolitik Great Game.

U.S. elites had been terrified of playing Russia against China because they fear this would lead Germany to ally with Russia and China – leaving the Empire of Chaos out in the cold.
And that leads to the “mystery” inside the enigma of the whole Ukrainian face: use it to force the EU away from Russian natural resources.

Russia is turning the whole show upside down. As an energy superpower, instead of an internally corroded EU dictated by NATO, Russia will be mostly focused on its Asian customers.

In parallel, military superpower Russia, having had enough of U.S./NATO bullying, is now dictating the terms of a new arrangement. Lavrov confirmed the first round of Russia-U.S. talks on security guarantees will be held in early 2022.

Are these ultimatums? Not really. Seems like Ryabkov, with notable didacticism, will have to keep explaining it over and over again: “We do not speak in the language of ultimatums with anyone. We have a responsible attitude towards our own security and the security of others. The point is not that we have issued an ultimatum, not at all, but that the seriousness of our warning must not be underestimated.”

David Lifschultz


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