Time to get serious and back up our State Department with some facts and the truth! For four years I have been running a FICTIONAL STATE DEPARTMENT after the Trumpire destroyed it – with the help of Evangelical Leaders. Rena Easton was a California Girl for fifty days. She married the head of the British Defence Staff Washington. Rena is the model for Victoria and Miriam. The Vice President of the United States was born in Oakland California, and thus is a ‘California Girl’. Miriam Starfish Christling was born near Redding California. She too is a California Girl. I will pick where today, as well as the hospital for Victoria Rosamond Bond, who is a British Subject that was raised in the College of Arms.
I have chosen Round Mountain!
Our VP stands behind our President in almost all his public appearances. She is the most powerful woman in the world, and in the History of the United States. Most Nations in the world have had their intelligence agencies take a gook look at Kamala who I posted on at the Belmont Historical Society. One fear I have is they and others – are going to try to rip me off! Why hasn’t Davina Hurt did a story on Kamala – who was born across the Bay? I have kept a record of all my posts. They are going to pretend they never heard of me. Indeed the hastily assemlbled Sanity Hearing failed to prove I was a danger to myself and others. Indeed, I get much permission to write what I please from my kin Jessie Fremont.
On May 18, 2018, Victoria Bond prepared The Grail Fleet.
I believe Admiral Ian Easton, and Sea Lord, Caspar John, have been sending Lara and I messages.
“Raise the Royal Ghost Fleet!”
Just before Victoria Bond awoke from her naval dream, she heard a woman’s voice come to her like the wind from over the horizon.
“Save Albion from her enemies, Britannia!”
I have been given the gift of Remote Viewing. It come from Rougemont Switzerland. Starfish is now Kamala’s Spirit Guardian. I surround her with a powerful white light.
Head of the Fictional State Department, and the BDS Washington
This month, France and Cyprus for the first time joined Israel and Greece in a combined naval exercise in the Eastern Mediterranean and Cretan Sea. French participation was notable in that it marked yet another step in its growing naval cooperation with Israel. It was only in 2018 that, for the first time in 60 years, the two navies participated in a joint exercise. Indeed, the Israeli Navy conducted the first part of that drill off French waters. Israel last had operated in French waters nearly a half-century earlier, when it “liberated” four gunboats that it had acquired from France but whose sale Charles de Gaulle had embargoed after the 1967 Six-Day War.
MOSCOW (AP) — The Kremlin said Friday that President Vladimir Putin’s offer to speak by phone with U.S. President Joe Biden was intended to prevent bilateral ties from completely falling apart over the American’s remark that the Russian leader was a killer.
Putin made it clear that “it makes sense to have a talk to maintain Russia-U.S. relations instead of trading barbs,” and he wanted to make it public to help defuse tensions over Biden’s “very bad remarks,” said his spokesman, Dmitry Peskov.https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
In an interview broadcast Wednesday, Biden replied “I do” when asked if he thought Putin was a “killer.” Russia responded by recalling its ambassador in Washington for consultations and Putin on Thursday pointed at the U.S. history of slavery, slaughtering Native Americans and the atomic bombing of Japan in World War II in an “it-takes-one-to-know-one” response.
At the same time, Putin noted that Russia would still cooperate with the United States where and when it supports Moscow’s interests, adding that “a lot of honest and decent people in the U.S. want to have peace and friendship with Russia.”
He proposed the phone call with Biden in the next few days to discuss the coronavirus pandemic, regional conflicts and other issues, and he suggested that the conversation be open to the public.
Peskov said Putin’s offer to make the call public was intended to prevent Biden’s statement from inflicting irreparable damage to the already-frayed ties.
“Since Biden’s words were quite unprecedented, unprecedented formats can’t be excluded,” Peskov said. “President Putin proposed to discuss the situation openly because it would be interesting for the people of both countries.”
Peskov said the Kremlin hasn’t heard back from the White House on the call offer, adding that it wasn’t going to repeat the proposal.
“The request has been made,” he said in a conference call with reporters. “The lack of response would mean a refusal to have a conversation.”
Calls between heads of states are normally conducted out of the public eye, but in one exception last June, the opening part of Putin’s video call with French President Emmanuel Macron was televised.
In taking a tough stance on Russia, Biden has said the days of the U.S. “rolling over” to Putin are done. And he has taken pains to contrast his style with the approach of former President Donald Trump, who avoided direct confrontation with Putin and frequently spoke about him with approval.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden would continue to look to cooperate on efforts to stem Iran’s nuclear program and, more broadly, nuclear nonproliferation. But she said Biden did not regret referring to Putin as a killer and pushed back against suggestions the rhetoric was unhelpful.
Russia’s relations with the United States and the European Union already had plunged to post-Cold War lows after Moscow’s 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula, meddling in elections, hacking attacks and, most recently, the jailing of Russia’s opposition leader Alexei Navalny after his poisoning, which he blamed on the Kremlin. Russian authorities rejected the accusations.
Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, forecast that the Russia-U.S. ties will remain bitterly strained in the coming years and spoke about the need to focus on preventing any military incidents between them.
“The most important thing in relations with the U.S. for a foreseeable perspective is to avoid an inadvertent military conflict,” Trenin said in a commentary, adding that Moscow and Washington have the necessary communications channels. “It’s necessary to prevent possible incidents between the armed forces of Russia, the U.S. and its allies, their aircraft and ships, or if they still happen, settle them immediately.”
On Wednesday, the U.S. national intelligence director’s office released a report finding that Putin authorized influence operations to help Trump’s reelection bid. The Biden administration warned that Russia would face sanctions soon over its attempt to influence the election and the massive SolarWinds hacks.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan weighed in the controversy, saying Biden’s statement about Putin was “unbecoming of a head of state.”
“It really is not acceptable or palatable for a head of state to use such an expression against the head of a state such as Russia,” Erdogan told reporters in Istanbul. He praised Putin’s response as “very astute and elegant.”
Erdogan’s comments came as Turkey’s efforts toward a reset of its troubled relations with the U.S. remain unanswered. Since Biden’s inauguration in January, he has not held a telephone call with Erdogan.
There is evidence I am the embodiment of Saint Francis who came into my being when God raised me from the dead in 1967. I will put forth this evidence, but, for the time being………
I claim all properties belonging to the Franciscan Order, and King David’s Tomb, and the Golden Gate where line the bones of Crusaders including the Knight Templars, of whom I descend! God has had enough of this Evil Charade, this parade of unholy liars. It is done! Get out of the way – of God!
God wants an order of Kurds to come share this property and holy deed.
The Spirit of the dead rise from these bones, for today, the Shekinah has come home! The prophecy of Solomon, is fulfilled.
Make it so!
John ‘The Nazarite’
In other words, both the Grand Master and Custodian wield enormous religious, and diplomatic influence (some might even say power) as official representatives of the Pope and the Vatican. With the ultimate goal of maintaining a presence in and control of as many “holy sites” in Israel and surrounding countries as possible. And, from the recent breaking news, it’s apparent that they want to add at least one more: The Tomb of King David, the most famous king in Israel’s history. Furthermore, it’s no small coincidence that the pontiff belongs to the Franciscan order of the Roman Catholic Church! That’s why he took the title of Pope Francis.
Associated Press writers Daria Litvinova in Moscow and Suzan Fraser in Ankara, Turkey, contributed.
Talks between the U.S. and China got off to a rough start on Thursday, with both sides chiding and reprimanding each other in an unusual public display of tensions.https://products.gobankingrates.com/r/d9360ea31bf06ea8b9d0ef49288e28fb?subid=
The meeting in Anchorage, Alaska was the first high-level meeting between the two countries under the administration of President Joe Biden, and came after more than two years of rocky relations between the two countries.
What was initially meant to be a four-minute photo shoot ended up lasting more than an hour as both sides traded barbs on issues from U.S.-China relations to concerns from Washington’s allies. Reporters were told not to leave as both sides wanted to add their rebuttals.
Leading the U.S. delegation were Secretary of State Antony Blinken and national security advisor Jake Sullivan. Chinese Foreign Minister and State Councilor Wang Yi and Yang Jiechi, director of the Central Foreign Affairs Commission of the Chinese Communist Party, led the Chinese delegation.
Here are some excerpts and highlights from the meeting:
On U.S.-China relations
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken:
I said that the United States relationship with China will be competitive where it should be collaborative, words can be adversarial, where it must be. Our discussions here in Alaska, I suspect, will run the gamut. Our intent is to be direct about our concerns, direct about our priorities, with the goal of a more clear-eyed relationship between our countries moving forward.
… I have to tell you in my short time as secretary of State, I’ve spoken to, I think, nearly 100 counterparts from around the world. And I just made my first trip, as I noted, to Japan and South Korea. I have to tell you what I’m hearing is very different from what you described. I’m hearing deep satisfaction that the United States is back, that we’re reengaged with our allies and partners. I’m also hearing deep concern about some of the actions your government is taking.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi:
China certainly in the past has not and in the future will not accept the unwarranted accusations from the U.S. side. In the past several years, China’s legitimate rights and interests have come under outright suppression, plunging the China-U.S. relationship into a period of unprecedented difficulty.
… China urges the U.S. side to fully abandon the hegemony practice of willfully interfering in China’s internal affairs. This has been a longstanding issue and it should be changed. It is time for it to change.
Chinese Director of the Central Foreign Affairs Commission, Yang Jiechi
China and the United States are both major countries, and both show the important responsibilities. We must both contribute to the peace, stability and the development of the world, in areas such as Covid-19, restoring economic activities in the world and responding to climate change.
There are many things that we can do together and where our interests converge. So what we need to do is to abandon the Cold War mentality and the zero-sum game app.
On concerns of the U.S. and its allies
Blinken:We’ll also discuss our deep concerns with actions by China, including in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, cyberattacks on the United States, economic coercion toward our allies. Each of these actions, threaten the rules-based order that maintains global stability.
U.S. national security advisor Jake Sullivan:
Secretary of State Blinken laid out many of the areas of concerns from economic and military coercion to assault on basic values that we’ll discuss with you today and in the days ahead.
… We’ve heard each of these concerns from around the world, from our allies and partners and the broader international community during the intensive consultations we’ve undertaken these last two months. We’ll make clear today that our overriding priority on the United States side is to ensure that our approach in the world and our approach to China benefits the American people and protects the interests of our allies and partners.
We do not seek conflict but we welcome stiff competition and we will always stand up for our principles for our people and for our friends.
It’s also important for all of us to come together to build a new type of international relations, featuring fairness, justice, and mutual respect. And on some regional issues, I think the problem is that the United States has exercised long jurisdiction and suppression and over stretched.
… The United States itself does not represent international public opinion and neither does the Western world. Whether judged by population scale or the trend of the world, the Western world does not represent the global public opinion. So we hope that when talking about universal values or international public opinion on the part of the United States, we hope the U.S. side will think about whether it feels reassured saying those things because the U.S. does not represent the world. It only represents the government of the United States.
On values and democracy
Secretary Blinken and I are proud of the story about America we’re able to tell here, about a country that under President Biden’s leadership has made major strides to control the pandemic, to rescue our economy and to affirm the strength and staying power of our democracy. We’re particularly proud of the work that we’ve done to revitalize our alliances and partnerships, the foundation of our foreign policy.
And the United States has its style, United States-style democracy. And China has the Chinese-style democracy. It is not just up to the American people, but also the people of the world, to evaluate how the United States has done in advancing its own democracy. In China’s case, after decades of reform and opening up, we have come a long way in various fields.
… We believe that it is important for the United States to change its own image and to stop advancing its own democracy in the rest of the world. Many people within the United States actually have little confidence in the democracy of the United States and they have various views regarding the government of the United States in China.
A hallmark of our leadership, of our engagement in the world is our alliances and our partnerships that had been built on a totally voluntary basis. And it is something that President Biden is committed to reinvigorating and strengthening. And there’s one more hallmark of our leadership here at home and that’s a constant quest to as we say, form a more perfect union.
And that quest, by definition, acknowledges our imperfections acknowledges that we’re not perfect. We make mistakes. We, we have reversals we take steps back. But what we’ve done throughout our history is to confront those challenges, openly, publicly, transparently. Not trying to ignore them. Not trying to pretend they don’t exist. Not trying to sweep them under the rug. And sometimes it’s painful. Sometimes it’s ugly. But each and every time we’ve come out stronger, better, more united, as a country.
I recall well of when President Biden was vice president and we were visiting China … and Vice President Biden at the time said, it’s never a good bet to bet against America. And that remains true today.