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Yesterday I heard several news broadcasts concerning a man who had interupted the Congressional hearing for giving China approval for permanent trade relations.
The man wanted to be heard. He broke two soda bottles and said he was going to commit suicide if he was not allowed to speak. The Capitol Police subdued him and took him away. We were never told what kind of statement he wanted to make.
I didn't pay much attention to it, I just figured it was someone who was using a dramatic technique to get himself some media coverage for his Anti China views.
Today an RMNews reader sent me the following article --
Guess what the man wanted to talk about?
Pepsi --- Contaminated Pepsi
He accused Pepsi of selling comtaminated cola in Eastern Europe ---
This morning I sent out an article about Coca Cola being raided by the EU --
Coke is being accused of using unfair trade practices in Europe to capture most of the cola market. Last year, Coke faced a rash of product contamination which forced their products off shelves in several countries.
Last year, Coke suffered one of the worst financial years in their history. They laid off 6,000 employees --
I took that as a sign that Pepsi was winning this battle of the Cola Wars.
Coke and Pepsi have long been known to represent the two factions of the Intelligence Community -- or, the New World Order Versus Faction Two.
I think what we are seeing is a volley between Coke/NWO and Pepsi/Faction-2 --
The EU raids Coke and a Crazy Man crashes a Congressional Hearing and accuses Pepsi of selling contaminated colas in Eastern Europe --
How do I interpret this? -- I think the crazy man was a "sleeper" -- i.e. programmed messenger -- carrying a message to Faction Two -- i.e. Pepsi from the NWO --
I have read nothing in the European Papers regarding any contaminated Pepsis. Since the contamination has not already taken place, I think Pepsi has just been threated.
To me it looks like Coca Cola blames Pepsi for the EU raid -- and probably for all the contaminated products in the European market. I think the crazy man was delivering a warning to Pepsi which implied that if they don't stop their attack on Coke, that the next contaminated colas in Europe will be Pepsis.
Does anyone else have another interpretation of this?
If you haven't been following the Cola Wars -- go to
Enter (click on) "THE READING ROOM".
Put the word "Coke" in the search engine and you will bring up all the articles on the Cola Wars.
Wednesday May 17 8:52 PM ET
Suicide Threat Interrupts Congressional Hearing
By Doug Palmer
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A man apparently upset because he believed a U.S. company had shipped contaminated soft drinks to Eastern Europe threatened to kill himself on Wednesday if he could not address a congressional committee.
Standing just a few feet from top administration officials called to testify before the committee, the man broke two large glass soda bottles and held the jagged edges to his head.
U.S. Trade Representative Charlene Barshefsky, Commerce Secretary Bill Daley and Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman were present at the hearing of the House of Representatives Agriculture Committee. ``He threatened his own life if he was not heard,'' said California Democratic Rep. Joe Baca, who saw the incident.
Police later identified the man as Daniel Chagashvili. They said he had no fixed address but carried an Australian passport and had told them he was born in Georgia, a former Soviet republic. Police, aided by Rep. Earl Pomeroy, a North Dakota Democrat, rushed to surround the man and restrained him on the table in front of the administration officials.
After a violent struggle, Chagashvili was dragged from the room. He was charged with disrupting a committee of Congress and assaulting a federal police officer. After police grabbed Chagashvili, he spoke in what sounded like an Eastern European language, witnesses said.
Police Officer Slightly Injured
A Capitol Hill police officer suffered a slight cut during the incident, Lt. Dan Nichols, a police spokesman, said. There were no other injuries in the incident, which lasted only a few minutes and occurred about 90 minutes into the hearing.
Barshefsky told Reuters the man's action was unrelated to the subject on which the farm panel was hearing testimony, approval of permanent trade relations with China. ``It had nothing to do with China at all,'' she said. Chagashvili had been sitting in the committee room during the hearing but left the room a few times, witnesses said.
Witnesses said Chagashvili, wearing a suit, had tried to disrupt a Washington forum on global trade at which Barshefsky spoke on Tuesday but guards had escorted him from the conference, held at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center.
On Wednesday, he left behind literature accusing PepsiCo Inc. (NYSE:PEP - news) of distributing 4.3 million bottles of defective soda in Eastern European countries. Larry Jabbonsky, a spokesman for PepsiCo, whose headquarters are in Purchase, New York, said he did not know of any product problems in Eastern Europe. ``This seems to be an unfortunate incident involving an obviously troubled individual,'' he said. Police later searched the room and tested liquid from the broken soda bottles for hazardous materials. None was found.
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