You are a real bad boy, our dear friend Oli! Is this a response to the newly published book "Putin's People"?! The Mexican cartels are most likely tightly controlled by the RUSSIAN MOB. - 10:16 AM 5/4/2021

 Image: Rescuers work at a site where an overpass for a metro partially collapsed with train cars on it at Olivos station in Mexico City

Rescuers work at a site where an overpass for a metro partially collapsed with train cars on it at Olivos station in Mexico City late Monday. Luis Cortes / Reuters






“A support beam gave way,” Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said at the scene. She said the beam collapsed just as the train passed over it. The accident occurred on Line 12 near the Olivos station in the southeast of the city around 10:30 p.m. (11:30 p.m. ET). 

M.N.: It looks like someone helped this beam "to give way", which is not that difficult. 

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This photo reminds the similarly spectacular pictures from our previous observations, recently reprinted: "Labrat Knats". Style and signatures look very similar, both incidents look like the high tech, computer assisted PERFORMANCE (or MESSAGE) CRIMES: these crimes are produced for the purposes of the impressive show and transmission of the message. 

Place explosives discreetly in the key locations in advance, and activate them remotely at the certain moment, with the help of computer calculations and directions. Any "support beam" will "give way" in these circumstances, Ms. Sheinbaum. 

Is this so hard to understand, our heroic, self-sacrificing FBI?

And I gave this lead years ago. Are you waiting for the next incident to happen? 

Olivos station also looks like a telling name but I cannot figure it out yet. Oli = ole, Oli (a reference to person? Ernst Uhrlau - commonly pronounced as Oleh, at his Israel friendly request in prisoners exchange meetings), vos = was (here), vox = voice, or the Russian "voz" - word for transportation vehicles: "Oli-voz - is a special transportation vehicle which delivers messages from Oli. Or: the Oleh-voz - a vehicle for transportation of the new immigrants or recruits. Is this a reference to the situation on the US southern borders? 

The voice of Oli? Signature? Condescendingly and mockingly: "Oli did it!" 

You are a real bad boy, our dear friend Oli!

The alternative or the simultaneous interpretations enrich the meaning of this hypothetical message. 

"The word [Ole] is believed to have originated from Greek ololigi to describe a "ritual cry", which became hispanicized into "olé" meaning "bravo!" and used to express an appreciation of an outstanding performance in Spanish." 

The "outstanding performance", indeed! 

Another mocking part of the message: "the olive branch". Ha-ha. 

As a side thought: a preference for the high tech precision and skills points to the features of the Israeli style in this type of the operations, which may be viewed as the part of the main attribution: Russian Mob is mostly Russian-Jewish Mob, with extensive connections to Israel and its military - security practices. 

M.N.: Is this a message? Is this a telling name? 

Mexico: mexi = mesi = меси = месить = to mix, to cook, etc. 

MESI': mix it up, mess it up, cook it up, CO = Company = CIA; Invent it, make it up, CIA. 

Is this a response to the newly published book "Putin's People"?! 

The Mexican cartels are most likely tightly controlled by the RUSSIAN MOB


Some general thoughts: Is Surkov, the GRU officer, the author and theatrical director of the most spectacular message-performance terrorist acts in America and around the World? It is hard to believe that he retired. He is half Jewish and half Chechen, and this connections may come handy. 

It does look and feel like a war with the Mob and with the Mob States. This war will be won by the US, and it has to be done ASAP, and at all costs. 

They are, by their nature, the existential threat. It is "either one or another" situation. This threat cannot be discounted. 

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At least 23 dead after Mexico City subway overpass collapses

Train cars hung from a crumbled overpass after a support beam gave way, injuring scores of passengers, the city's mayor said.


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A Mexico City subway train overpass collapsed onto a busy road below on Monday night, killing at least 23 people, including children, authorities said. More than 60 people were injured.


Photos and video from the scene showed mangled train cars hanging from the crumbled overpass and rescue personnel searching and transporting the injured on stretchers.


“A support beam gave way,” Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said at the scene. She said the beam collapsed just as the train passed over it. The accident occurred on Line 12 near the Olivos station in the southeast of the city around 10:30 p.m. (11:30 p.m. ET).


The mayor, wearing a hard hat and face mask, told reporters at the site that 65 people had been taken to hospitals, and seven were in serious condition.


Image: Rescuers work at a site where an overpass for a metro partially collapsed with train cars on it at Olivos station in Mexico City

Rescuers work at a site where an overpass for a metro partially collapsed with train cars on it at Olivos station in Mexico City late Monday. Luis Cortes / Reuters

Sheinbaum earlier said that one of the victims was in a car under the collapsed overpass and was alive at a hospital.


A crane was being used to hold up the train so rescue workers could continue to work, she said. Of the dead, some are children, Sheinbaum said without specifying a number.


Alfonso, a local resident, told NBC's sister network Telemundo that he had heard a screeching noise on Monday night. "I even thought that it was a car that had collided around here, but no, I came out and saw the scene," he said.


As Mexico's civil protection agency started sharing lists of the injured, friends and relatives of the missing waited for more news of their loved ones, but many feared the worst.


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Gisela del Ocaso, 43, told Telemundo she was looking for her husband, Miguel Angel Espinosa Flores, who was on board the train.


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Del Ocaso got to the scene within 30 minutes of the collapse and had heard no news of her husband since. “I don't know what to do,” she said. “We are desperate. I have two children.”


Sheinbaum called for an investigation into the incident.


"If there's a need for an external investigation, there will be one," Sheinbaum said. "We will get to the truth, and we will get justice."


Mexico's subway system is among the busiest in the world.


Line 12 was built when Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard was Mexico City's mayor.


"What happened today in the metro is a terrible tragedy. My solidarity with the victims and their families," Ebrard tweeted.


"Of course we need to investigate cause and determine responsibility. I reiterate to all authorities my complete willingness to contribute to everything necessary," he wrote. 



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We’ve been talking a lot about the specter of inflation. Despite the Fed’s assurances not to worry because any price increases we’re seeing are transitory, some people are indeed worried. A former JP Morgan managing director warned about inflation and echoed Peter Schiff’s view that the central bank is powerless to fight it.

And we’re seeing rising prices all over the place, from the grocery store to the gas station. Even the government numbers flash warning signs. But as Peter Schiff explains in this clip from an interview with Jay Martin, it’s probably even worse than we realize because the government cooks the numbers when it calculates CPI.

The monthly rises in CPI through the first quarter show an upward trend. The CPI in January was up 0.3%. It was up 0.4% in February. And now it’s up 0.6% in March. That totals a 1.013% increase in Q1 alone. The question is does this really reflect the truth about inflation? Peter doesn’t think it does.

The government always makes changes to their methods of measuring things, whether it’s GDP, or inflation, or unemployment. And they always tweak the numbers to produce a better result as a report card.

Imagine if students in a school had the ability to change the metrics by which they were graded or the methodology the teacher used to calculate their grades.

Would it surprise anybody that all of a sudden they started getting more As and Bs and fewer Cs and Ds? The government always wants to make the good stuff better, like economic growth, and the bad stuff better, like unemployment or inflation. So, they want to find ways to make those numbers little and the good numbers big.”

The CPI is calculated by analyzing the price of a “basket of  goods.” The makeup of that basket has a big impact on the final CPI number. According to WolfStreet, 10.9% of the CPI is based on durable goods (computers, automobiles, appliances, etc.). Nondurable goods (primarily food and energy) make up 26.6% of CPI. Services account for the remaining 62.5% of the basket. This includes rent, healthcare, cellphone service etc.)

The things the government includes and excludes from the basket can make a profound difference in that final CPI number.

Back in 1998, the government significantly revised the CPI metrics. Even the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) admitted the changes were “sweeping.”

According to the BLS, periodic changes to the CPI calculation are necessary because “consumers change their preferences or new products and services emerge. During these occasions, the Bureau reexamines the CPI item structure, which is the classification scheme of the CPI market basket. The item structure is a central feature of the CPI program and many CPI processes depend on it.”

In 1998, the BLS followed the recommendations of the Boskin Commission. It was appointed by the Senate in 1995. Initially called the “Advisory Commission to Study the Consumer Price Index,” its job was to study possible bias in the computation of the CPI. Unsurprisingly, it determined that the index overstated inflation — by about 1.1% per year in 1996 and about 1.3% prior to 1996. The 1998 changes to CPI were meant to address this “issue.”

As Peter pointed out, there is a lot of geometric weighting, substitution and hedonics built into the calculation. The government can basically create an index that outputs whatever it wants.

I think this period of ‘Oh wow! We have low inflation!’ It’s not a coincidence that it followed this major revision into how we calculate it.”

Peter said there is a bit of irony in government officials and central bankers constantly complaining about “not enough inflation.”

They’re the ones that are cooking the books to pretend that inflation is lower than it really is. Because what they’re really trying to do is get the go-ahead to produce more inflation, which is printing money.”

Peter said the CPI will never reveal the true extent of rising prices.

And there are other things that hide inflation. For instance, shrinking packaging so there is less product sold at the same price, or substituting lower quality ingredients, or requiring consumers to assemble items themselves.

They find different ways to lower the quality and not increase the price, and I’m sure that the government is not picking up on any of that. If the quality improves, yeah, yeah, they calculate that. But they probably ignore all the circumstances where the quality is diminished.”

The bottom line is we can’t trust CPI to tell us the truth about inflation.

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