UNW Weekly Report (12/22-12/28): French Protests, Barr vs Soros, More Resignations

By Ryan DeLarme
December 28th, 2019

DISCLAIMER: The Underground Newswire does not seek to convince or sway, rather it is our hope to indicate and suggest without violating the universal and self evident laws of free will and confusion. We’d like first and foremost to suggest that we are all, every one of us, in the midst of a quiet war fought with silent weapons. The fight is world wide, louder in some places than others (think revolutions simultaneously occurring across the globe IE: Hong Kong, France, Iran, Venezuela, ETC.) It is a psychological war, and the front lines are quite literally human hearts and minds. With these weekly reports, we hope to offer alternative perspectives and speculation coming from an amalgamation of sources involved in Media, Military, Finance, and politics.


 I hope everyone had a lovely Solstice, Holiday, Christmas, Yule, Saturnalia, etc. whatever you choose to call it, I hope you got to spend it with the people you love. Let’s dive right into it then, shall we? 


We mention and remind folks every week that there are revolutions taking place all across the globe, people have grown tired of the non-elected leaders (aka the central banking system) and their political pawn cronies (Angela Merkle, Emanuel Macron, Theresa May, Shinzo Abe, Xi Jinping, Justin Trudeau, etc.). We see little to no press on this stateside and when we do it is always down played, misrepresented, and the blame is typically relegated to a single issue (think last years yellow vests protesting only a fuel tax, something we reported on HERE.)

On that note, things are heating up once again as French union activists cut electricity to nearly 100,000 homes or offices. Eiffel Tower staff walked off the job. Even Paris opera workers joined in Tuesday’s nationwide protests across France as workers rallied against the government’s plan to raise the retirement age to 64.

Despite 13 days of crippling train and subway strikes, French President Emmanuel Macron and his government stayed firm. The prime minister declared his “total” determination to reshape a pension system that unions celebrate as a model for the rest of the world but that he calls unfair and destined to collapse into debt.


Many are aware of George Soros, as well as his Open Society and One Foundation, but then of course many are not. If you are far removed from the worlds of Global finance, Philanthropy or Political Conspiracy, then why would you? He’s been linked to funding things like Antifa, the Caravan to the Border, Drug/Human trafficking, crashing the British stock market in 92 (making roughly 10 billion for his hedge fund), Global racketeering and the Rise of Greta Thurnberg as well as everyone’s favorite horrifically biased “fact-checker” Snopes, the coming Ukraine super scandal, and working as a destabilization agent for people who are far more powerful than even him (People like THIS).

Attorney General Bill Barr, who sources from Navy Intelligence claim is one of many tasked with bringing down a “Deep State” in Washington, seems to have recently and publicly set his sights on Soros. Usually you hear about low level lackeys and henchmen like James Comey, Joe Bidden or Adam Schiff, but rarely do you see a major player like this openly in the cross-hairs. Perhaps this is confirmation that the quiet war really IS reaching a boiling point. It has been said that this man represents everything that has gone wrong with the Democratic party in recent decades. As with Trump, I try not to form a personal opinion because I’ve obviously never met George Soros, I’m just reporting what I hear and have found, and suggest everyone else do the same when it comes to hearsay.

Apparently the “Far left” billionaire has been systematically targeting district attorney races throughout the United States. Many of his backed candidates have won their races and are causing “havoc” across the country. This comes to us from State Department Watch and you can read about these individuals and their associated crimes HERE.

This week US Attorney General Bill Barr spoke with Martha MacCallum, calling out George Soros for subverting the legal system in the US and creating more crime and violence. We’ll be keeping an eye on how all this proceeds.

Now many will read “Far Left” and instantly think this man is on their side, I would caution these folks to reconsider. Despite his proclaimed affiliations with Democratic candidates he seems to be the opposite, in fact, if he truly belongs to any party it would be the lower rungs of the Global Financial Elite. He’s been described as “A parasite attached to the Democratic party”. In my own words I’d describe this fellow as a financial powerhouse who understands the growing popularity of Compassion and maintains a certain veneer as the perfect cover for his own agendas.


In resignation news we have a few doozy’s to mention, firstly (and perhaps most notably) we have Pearson PLC Chief Executive John Fallon announcing his “retirement” and has agreed to sell its 25% stake in Penguin Random House to Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA for $675 million. An interesting caveat here is that Obama gave Pearson Publishing $350 million to create the Common Core text and Pearson, in turn, gave Obama a $65 million dollar book deal (the very definition of quid pro quo, establishment media remains silent).

It’s not some huge secret that publishing a book is an effective way to launder money. We see time after time big politicians writing books that nobody reads and are pawned off cheap immediately by the retail stores, we also know non-fiction are slow sellers and it’s hard to make much money at it. You can read up on this type of laundering with a simple google search, and this specific case you can learn more about HERE and HERE.

Other high profile “resignations” this past week include President of Iraq Barham Salih (who resigned amid protests), Boeing USA CEO Dennis Mulienburg and senior adviser Mike Luttig, Nissan Motor Co Vice COO Jun Seki, and though they didn’t exactly occur in the last week, an important pair of resignations to watch and remember going forward was that of Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.

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