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ANOTHER ANGLE ON ‘ONE OF TWENTY TWO’ – Following the trail of Evelyn Farkas back to Ukraine

In an effort to develop an alternative angle on the ‘1 of 22 or ‘ONE OF TWENTY TWO’ as per Q drops numbered 436 and 570, exhaustive searches were done that showed some promise:

1. An AP article on 22 clerks who have served under Justice Clarence Thomas and are relevant today (you’ll recognize names on both sides of the aisle): ARTICLE

2. An article from The Atlantic about 22 women President Trump supposedly sexually abused: ARTICLE

3. A website posting of 22 peculiar pictures of Presidents Trump and Clinton together: ARTICLE

4. An article from TGP covering former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia being involved with Burisma: ARTICLE

That last one is our best bet. Meet Evelyn Farkas – former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia.

From the TGP article linked above, we learn that Farkas also served as an advisor to Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election. It’s now clear that Farkas was additionally front and center in all things Ukraine, Burisma, Biden and Pelosi circa 2012-2015, which was her tenure as DASD.

Here is Farkas’ bio from the Department of Defense: LINK

Here is her page from Wikipedia: LINK

With her background established, let’s work through the lens of her responsibilities as DASD, which are contiguous to the front end of the 2016 election (2012-2015.)

How convenient would it be for an Obama appointed DASD for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia, who happened to play a role in the report on the Iraqi ‘weapons of mass destruction’; who happened to serve as a professional member on the Senate Armed Services Committee; whose skills include, “foreign and defense policy in Asia Pacific, Western Hemisphere, Special Operations Command (policy and budget oversight), foreign military assistance, peace and stability operations, the military effort to combat terrorism, counternarcotics programs, homeland defense, and export control policy” (source); and who also happened to pen for the Washington Post and she happened to be a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, to be positioned in Ukraine as a pro-HRC and anti-DJT asset? Is it possible that her skill set, acumen and placement were utilized to set the table for all things Ukraine; and just before she resigned and got out altogether?

The answers are likely ‘yeah – definitely.’ No matter, it’s as convenient as it is suspicious and highly questionable.

Here’s another interesting aspect of her specific duties as DASD Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia. Farkas was responsible for overseeing the participation of the US in something called the OSCE. From its site, the OSCE is,

“a comprehensive approach to security that encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human aspects. It therefore addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence- and security-building measures, human rights, national minorities, democratization, policing strategies, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities. All 57 participating States enjoy equal status, and decisions are taken by consensus on a politically, but not legally binding basis.” (Source)


For perspective, it’s important to recall the abundance of election fraud in Ukraine’s history, how it implicated the Obama Administration and how fraudulent elections result in the usurpation of power, which is at the root of corruption – SEE HERE).

Unfortunately, this is where we run into difficulty stitching it all together because there is a bit of a time gap. Actually, there are two of them.

Farkas resigned her position as DASD on 29 Sep 15 (Source), or on the back end of 2015. For the timeline, this leaves roughly a year before the 2016 election. There is also a further gap to 18 Jan 17 (more on that date in a moment), but even so, we can bridge it with common sense.

Remember, as we link this togetbher, we’re searching for an alternative theory, not our best theory. It’s admittedly flimsy in areas but perhaps that’s not so on the whole.


On 18 Jan 17, “Golos,” The Movement to Protect the Voters’ Rights, which is the Russian member of an organization called the European Platform for Democratic Elections, was awarded the international “2017 Democracy Defender Award.” “Golos” was recognized for its “outstanding contribution to the promotion of democracy and human rights.” Interestingly, this award was established in early 2016 on the initiative of Ambassadors from 8 OSCE countries and supported by the delegations of the 18 countries of the OSCE.

From the linked source, consider this quote (emphasis mine),

“This year, the initiative was supported by the delegation of ambassadors of 22 countries: Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Canada, Denmark, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mongolia, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, USA, Ukraine, France, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia.” (Source)



Now that we have ’22’ established for context, let’s consider which of the ‘one’ nations above it may be. I’m saying it’s Ukraine, The Keystone in the Arch. What’s notable about that last redundant claim? The entire book (see source below) centers on Ukraine being the ‘keystone in the arch’ of regional international security. Now go back and look at the exact job description for the DASD for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia. In short, it’s regional security. Unwittingly, through this research, I’ve established another confirmation that I believe shows Ukraine is the ‘keystone.’ (Source) One last point. That all of this is tied directly to election freedom, governments, elections, NGOs, etc. makes it a very, very swampy endeavor and that certainly works against Farkas here.

Here’s the linkage in plain form: Obama> DOD> DASD> Farkas> OSCE> EDPE> Golos> Russia + Farkas> Ukraine> Burisma> Bidens> Pelosis> global energy sector> natural gas sector> corruption. It’s reasonable to believe that Farkas may have functioned to ‘set the table’ in Ukraine, which could have included bridging to Russia for tasks related to the ongoing coup d’etat against President Trump.


In summary, this theory isn’t the best one available for my money. Farkas’ corruption and possible criminality is almost a certainty and at worst, it’s a plausible scenario. That said, the nexuses and bridges established herein and bringing all of this together aren’t as solid as I’d wish but nonetheless, it’s fodder for conversation or perhaps a launching point for someone to find additional meaningful information.

As you’re making your mind up about this theory, or even this theory, the latter being the stronger angle of the two for me, you can listen to Farkas describe the Obama Administration’s efforts to spy on Mr. Trump.


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