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Don’t participate in the unfruitful actions of darkness,
instead, reveal the truth about them.

Ephesians 5:11

[Parts 1 and 2 of our “Noetic Continental” series can be found here]

In August 2017, CIA’s front company Noetic International Inc. signed an agreement with RKW Strategic Services LLC, a U.S.-based “waste-to-energy” (WTE) firm headed by a Polish immigrant. According to the Noetic’s press release, the agreement implied cooperation in the field of renewable energy.

Press release on RKW’s collaboration with Noetic International, Inc. [Source: telegra.ph]

So, this information was clear enough to understand the nature of the RKW, as well as who it works for. Nevertheless, we could not miss the opportunity to go down the rabbit hole and shed more light on CIA shadow games.

To begin with, RKW Strategic Services, predictably, has no website. Moreover, there is practically no information about its “achievements” in the WTE sector on the web. The entire description of the company consists of a few sentences and a four-page PDF file, declaring all of the company’s supposed “advantages,” published on its founder’s LinkedIn page. According to OpenCorporates, RKW is still active.

RKW’s description on LinkedIn. [Source: telegra.ph]

Well… That’s all the reliable information we were able to find on RKW’s efforts in the field of renewable energy. So our next step was to identify RKW’s management.

The company’s name derives from the first letters of its creator’s name—Robert Krzysztof Wojciechowski, who was born in Poland on October 3, 1961.

Having renounced Polish citizenship, Robert left his home country and settled in the U.S., where he devoted decades of his life to the DIA—Defense Intelligence Agency.

  Mr. Wojciechowski held different positions including:

– Chief, Global Intelligence Support Center in Washington, D.C. (2004-2006).

– Senior Operations Officer at the CIA/National Clandestine Service Counter-Terrorism Center in Afghanistan (2005-2006).

– DIA senior officer in Iraq (2008).

By the way, his wife Reine Marie Wojciechowski (Guerrier) has also been working in the DIA for about 20 years as an analyst in Germany (II Corps Tactical Control and Analysis Element, A. Co. 307th MI BN) and Saudi Arabia, as well as political administrative assistant/public relations officer at the U.S. Embassy in Poland. Mrs. Wojciechowski also worked in the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), Fort Meade, Maryland—the same military base where the NSA headquarters is located.

To make a long story short, the Wojciechowski family has first-hand knowledge of what military service and clandestine activity are like.

Around 2010, a new stage began in Robert’s life: At the age of 48-49, he retired from military intelligence and started working as a senior consultant on organizational and change management at Booz Allen Hamilton—the main U.S. intelligence contractor.

In fact, this is fairly common when a retired Army officer gets a job in a contractor organization or creates his own, depending on the skills acquired over the years of service. However, Robert’s choice turned out to be … unexpected.

Some time in 2013 or 2014, DIA veteran Robert Wojciechowski decided to create his own company and immerse himself in the world of renewable energy. By the way, this is the best moment to thank Mr. Wojciechowski for his outstanding service, because what you read next may change your opinion of this person.

As you have probably guessed, there is something about Robert’s “company” that he would prefer not to disclose. As we said before, since 2014 there has not been a single company or person (except Noetic International, of course) mentioning Mr. Wojciechowski or his WTE project. Perhaps, at some point Robert realized that renewable energy was not his thing after all. Or was it just a hoax from the very beginning?

However, RKW Strategic Services, LLC is doing a BIG business with manufacturers of weapons, military equipment and UAVs from Poland.

Among its major partners is FlyFocus, a Polish company engaged in the development and modernization of UAVs for the needs of the military. It equips drones with thermal imaging optics, AI and anti-jammers. FlyFocus itself claims to be working with arms companies and corporations, including Rheinmetall.

FlyFocus’s distributors. [Source: telegra.ph]

We have also identified RKW’s ties with another Polish company—MXTech Sp. z o.o. – that offers “modern security solutions and technologies,” such as:

– radiation detectors, personal dosimeters and other equipment;

– RTG scanners for baggage and people control;

– integrated security and next generation access control systems.

Considering this, we initially conceded that MXTech might still have had something to do with renewable energy. At least the superficial information on the web gave such an impression.

However, our source handed us MXTech’s separate price list for “special” purchasers. So, in addition to dosimeters and RTG scanners, the company offers guns and ammo to suit every taste, from machine guns and grenade launchers, to helicopters and high-tech drones.

MXTech’s “special” price list. [Source: telegra.ph]

So, if you suddenly need a dosimeter or a $4.3 million UH-1D “Super,” feel free to contact these guys.

You might be surprised, but RKW has another business partner from Poland—EKOCENT. This company provides “military equipment for the armed forces, police, special forces and other authorized institutions all over the world.”

EKOCENT mission [Source: telegra.ph]

Our source from the CIA gave us an intriguing document–No. BA-L513-23, December 18, 2023–where the U.S. State Department authorizes brokering services to Mr. Wojciechowski and his company for the supply and transportation of garbage cans weapons and ammunition until June 2024.

U.S. State Department application for brokering license. [Source: telegra.ph]

The document also provides a list of “goods” required for transportation: hundreds of thousands of mines, grenades, RPG warheads, mortar bombs and other similar material.

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And who do you think the end-user was? Surely you have already figured it out: the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

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End-user information. [Source: telegra.ph]

According to the document, RKW was involved in overseeing the procurement of necessary weapons and ammunition to Ukraine from the Ministry of Defense of Sri Lanka through the already known EKOCENT, the Dutch arms supply company 20-20 Supplies B.V., and some company that preferred to hide its participation in arms tender. It is hard to say for certain, but everything suggests that this was MXTech, as 5 out of 10 of the required ammunition items this company could provide to the Ukrainian government were available from MXTecht.

The document also noted that representatives of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were supposed to receive the required weapons in the port of Gdansk (Poland). [Source: telegra.ph]
Brokering activity. [Source: telegra.ph]

Full document: Attachment 2

Whether Sri Lankan “cargo” reached Ukraine, we don’t know. But we do know that the U.S. State Department informed Mr. Wojciechowski that it received his registration statement and the fee to register him as a broker:

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So, like Bulgaria, Sri Lanka’s stance in the Russo-Ukrainian war was also contradictory. On the one hand, Colombo is discussing with Moscow the issue of Sri Lankans fighting alongside Russia in Ukraine; on the other hand, it is sending tons of ammunition to Kyiv.

Someone may ask: “What’s the big deal? The Biden administration has never made any secret of its passion to support Ukraine in its war with Russia.” And we completely agree with this. However, the problem is much deeper than it seems at first glance.

Legacy of the Afghan Deal

In the first half of the 2000s, the United States government allowed U.S. commercial companies to participate in Pentagon tenders for the purchase and supply of weapons around the world. In addition to advantages from such a decision (money saving, for example), this also allowed “businessmen” of all sorts to conduct fraudulent activity with U.S. taxpayer money.

One of the most striking examples of such fraud is the case of Efraim Diveroli and David Packouz, young businessmen from AEY, Inc., which in 2006 signed a $300 million contract with the U.S. Army for the supply of ammunition to Afghanistan. Under this contract, the then 21-year-old Efraim and his partner, the then 25-year-old David, had acquired weapons from the Albanian Military Export Import Company (MEICO) through the Swiss arms baron Heinrich Thomet. The deal took place with the tacit consent of the Albanian government.

However, the problem was that the cartridges for Kabul were made in China and could not be purchased by the United States due to the embargo. However, that did not stop Efraim and David, so they committed dozens of crimes in an attempt to circumvent the restrictions and get rich.

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David Packouz (left) and Ephraim Diveroli. [Source: telegra.ph]

Predictably, their scheme was exposed by American authorities soon enough. Nevertheless, for the 70 law violations revealed, Efraim and David were sentenced to only 4-5 years in prison. Moreover, after signing client proffer agreements, Packouz got 7 months of house arrest. According to The New York Times, after this “incident” the U.S. government changed its policy of signing contracts with small commercial companies.

And that is exactly what happened. Small companies were indeed restricted from bidding on Pentagon tenders. But only those that were not backed by big players. In other words, from that moment on, the CIA has taken control of arms business with mafia, underworld and terrorist organizations, creating hundreds of front companies such as Noetic International, RKW or the Anyon Minds LLC.

Whether that is good or bad, everyone may decide for themselves. But the fact that such schemes conceal unprecedented cash flows is indisputable. Thus, being a Polish immigrant, Mr. Wojciechowski, for example, feels quite comfortable buying at least two big houses next to each other in Annandale, Virginia, worth more than $2 million.

Don’t get us wrong, we are not interested in counting other people’s money. But when we see these enormous amounts allocated “to help Ukraine,” while common Americans are still living in tent camps or basements, a reasonable question arises—have you completely lost your mind?

Dear Capitol Hill residents: If you remove RKW, Noetic International, or even the CIA, America can handle this; but if you keep driving into poverty those to whom this country owes, the catastrophic consequences will not be long in coming. And in this case it will not matter, whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican.

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  1. Although there may be valid reason why an anonymous Truth Teller is keeping his identity secret, how can one have a debate with an unknown person whose background is unknown, especially during the age we living where there are millions of Truth Tellers all over the internet. Never in the history of mankind have there been so many Truth Tellers on the planet earth. Not knowing who the Truth Teller is and knowing nothing about the Truth Teller makes it hard for the jury to reach a conclusion with only an anonymous prosecuting attorney and no defense attorney.

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