Need to Know News (13 September 2022) with Joe Olson and Carl Herman
Need to Know News (13 September 2022) with Joe Olson and Carl Herman

Ukraine appears to be making enormous progress and to be driving Russian troops out of a region of Ukraine but, from an historical perspective, the Russians are past masters of entrapping their enemies to lead themselves to their own destruction.

I am not alone in believing this is a trap and that the Ukrainian forces are going to be wiped out in a carefully crafted counterattack.

Stand by!

Meanwhile, the EU is having to scrape and scrooge for sources of energy to make it through the winter, where wind and solar are not going to do the job.

Bitter pill to swallow--that the Green New Deal can't cut it and is leaving these nations high and dry.

A Special Master has now been appointed in the FBI Mar-a-Lago raid, which may be enough to vitiate the attempt by the Attorney General for a preemptive strike to deny Trump the right to run again in 2024.

The real plot, by the way, appears to be to use the alternative electors plan as a form of insurrection under the 3rd Section of the 14th Amendment, where the FBI has now sent out subpoenas to some 50 of Trump's supporters and associates, very much the way in the the Nazis and Stalin operated in the past.

Not good, but it may be that the Special Master will put an end to it.

Amazing Polly warned us what was coming back in November 2020, where we review how clearly she saw it coming.

It now appears that Dick Cheney was behind the rise of Anthony "Tony the Rat" Fauci, who turns out to be a bioweapons expert, which explains much of what we have had to live through absent a bona fide medical expert to protect the health of the nation.

The Biden admin is being required to produce correspondence with Big Tech about censoring "misinformation", which will make many of its members squirm; and Biden himself admits that, if they lose Congress in November, it's going to be a long two years.

Lots of excellent presentations on 9/11, where no one has been able to best James Corbett's 5-minute summation, which is completely brilliant.