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The real “deplorable” in today’s United States is the continuation of a foreign policy based on endless aggression to maintain Washington’s military dominance in parts of the world where Americans have no conceivable interest. Many voters backed Donald J. Trump because he committed himself to changing all that, but, unfortunately, he has reneged on his promise, instead heightening tension with major powers Russia and China while also threatening Iran and Venezuela on an almost daily basis. Now Cuba is in the crosshairs because it is allegedly assisting Venezuela. One might reasonably ask if America in its seemingly enduring role as the world’s most feared bully will ever cease and desist, but the more practical question might be “When will the psychopathic trio of John Bolton, Mike Pompeo and Elliott Abrams be fired so the United States can begin to behave like a normal nation?”

Trump, to be sure, is the heart of the problem as he has consistently made bad, overly belligerent decisions when better and less abrasive options were available, something that should not necessarily always be blamed on his poor choice of advisers. But one also should not discount the likelihood that the dysfunction in Trump is in part comprehensible, stemming from his belief that he has numerous powerful enemies who have been out do destroy him since before he was nominated as the GOP’s presidential candidate. This hatred of all things Trump has been manifested in the neoconservative “Nevertrump” forces led by Bill Kristol and by the “Trump Derangement Syndrome” prominent on the political left, regularly exhibited by Rachel Maddow.

And then there is the Deep State, which also worked with the Democratic Party and President Barack Obama to destroy the Trump presidency even before it began. One can define Deep State in a number of ways, ranging from a “soft” version which accepts that there is an Establishment that has certain self-serving objectives that it works collectively to promote to something harder, an actual infrastructure that meets together and connives to remove individuals and sabotage policies that it objects to. The Deep State in either version includes senior government officials, business leaders and, perhaps most importantly, the managed media, which promotes a corrupted version of “good governance” that in turn influences the public.

Whether the Mueller report is definitive very much depends on the people they chose to interview and the questions they chose to ask, which is something that will no doubt be discussed for the next year if not longer. Beyond declaring that the Trump team did not collude with Russia, it cast little light on the possible Deep State role in attempting to vilify Trump and his associates. The investigation of that aspect of the 2016 campaign and the possible prosecutions of former senior government officials that might be a consequence of the investigation will likely be entertaining conspiracy theorists well into 2020. Since Russiagate has already been used and discarded the new inquiry might well be dubbed Trumpgate.

The media has scarcely reported how Michael Horowitz, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice (DOJ), has been looking into the activities of the principal promoters of the Russiagate fraud. Horowitz, whose report is expected in about a month, has already revealed that he intends to make criminal referrals as a result of his investigation. While the report will only cover malfeasance in the Department of Justice, which includes the FBI, the names of intelligence officers involved will no doubt also surface. It is expected that there will be charges leading to many prosecutions and one can hope for jail time for those individuals who corruptly betrayed their oath to the United States Constitution to pursue a political vendetta.

A review of what is already known about the plot against Trump is revealing and no doubt much more will be learned if and when investigators go through emails and phone records. The first phase of the illegal investigation of the Trump associates involved initiating wiretaps without any probable cause. This eventually involved six government intelligence and law enforcement agencies that formed a de facto task force headed by the CIA’s Director John Brennan. Also reportedly involved were the FBI’s James Comey, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Department of Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson, and Admiral Michael Rogers who headed the National Security Agency.

Brennan was the key to the operation because the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court refused to approve several requests by the FBI to initiate taps on Trump associates and Trump Tower as there was no probable cause to do so but the British and other European intelligence services were legally able to intercept communications linked to American sources. Brennan was able to use his connections with those foreign intelligence agencies, primarily the British GCHQ, to make it look like the concerns about Trump were coming from friendly and allied countries and therefore had to be responded to as part of routine intelligence sharing. As a result, Paul Manafort, Carter Page, Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and Gen. Michael Flynn were all wiretapped. And likely there were others. This all happened during the primaries and after Trump became the GOP nominee.

In other words, to make the wiretaps appear to be legitimate, GCHQ and others were quietly and off-the-record approached by Brennan and associates over their fears of what a Trump presidency might mean. The British responded by initiating wiretaps that were then used by Brennan to justify further investigation of Trump’s associates. It was all neatly done and constituted completely illegal spying on American citizens by the U.S. government.

The British support of the operation was coordinated by the then-director of GCHQ Robert Hannigan who has since been forced to resign. Brennan is, unfortunately still around and has not been charged with perjury and other crimes. In May 2017, after he departed government, he testified before Congress with what sounds a lot like a final unsourced, uncorroborated attempt to smear the new administration: “I encountered and am aware of information and intelligence that revealed contacts and interactions between Russian officials and U.S. persons involved in the Trump campaign that I was concerned about because of known Russian efforts to suborn such individuals. It raised questions in my mind whether or not Russia was able to gain the co-operation of those individuals.”

Brennan’s claimed “concerns” turned out to be incorrect. Meanwhile, other interested parties were involved in the so-called Steele Dossier on Trump himself. The dossier, paid for initially by Republicans trying to stop Trump, was later funded by $12 million from the Hillary campaign. It was commissioned by the law firm Perkins Coie, which was working for the Democratic National Committee (DNC). The objective was to assess any possible Trump involvement with Russia. The work itself was sub-contracted to Fusion GPS, which in turn sub-contracted the actual investigation to British spy Christopher Steele who headed a business intelligence firm called Orbis.

Steele left MI-6 in 2009 and had not visited Russia since 1993. The report, intended to dig up dirt on Trump, was largely prepared using impossible to corroborate second-hand information and would have never surfaced but for the surprise result of the 2016 election. Christopher Steele gave a copy to a retired of British Diplomat Sir Andrew Wood who in turn handed it to Trump critic Senator John McCain who then passed it on to the FBI. President Barack Obama presumably also saw it and, according to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, “If it weren’t for President Obama, we might not have done the intelligence community assessment that we did that set off a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today, notably, special counsel Mueller’s investigation.”

The report was leaked to the media in January 2017 to coincide with Trump’s inauguration. Hilary Clinton denied any prior knowledge despite the fact that her campaign had paid for it. Pressure from the Democrats and other constituencies devastated by the Trump victory used the Steele report to provide leverage for what became the Mueller investigation.

So, was there a broad ranging conspiracy against Donald Trump orchestrated by many of the most senior officials and politicians in Washington? Undeniably yes. What Trump has amounted to as a leader and role model is beside the point as what evolved was undeniably a bureaucratic coup directed against a legally elected president of the United States and to a certain extent it was successful as Trump was likely forced to turn his back on his better angels and subsequently hired Pompeo, Bolton and Abrams. One can only hope that investigators dig deep into what is Washington insiders have been up to so Trumpgate will prove more interesting and informative than was Russiagate. And one also has to hope that enough highest-level heads will roll to make any interference by the Deep State in future elections unthinkable. One hopes.

Philip M. Giraldi, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a 501(c)3 tax deductible educational foundation (Federal ID Number #52-1739023) that seeks a more interests-based U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Website is councilforthenationalinterest.org, address is P.O. Box 2157, Purcellville VA 20134 and its email is [email protected].

 
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  1. Realist says:

    The Deep State plot to undermine the president

    The President is part of the Deep State.

    To understand what the Deep State will and will not tolerate answer these questions.

    What do both parties agree on? If they appear to disagree, look to see if anything changes when one party has the power to cause change or does the party in power make excuses to avoid change? Those things that the populus is against but never change or get worse are what the Deep State wants

    The Deep State wants a constant state of tension with ‘hostile’ countries (Iran, Russia, Venezuela, China, Syria and others). This scares the crap out of ignorant Americans and allows unjustifiable spending on war matériel.

    The Deep State wants a steady supply of cheap foreign labor to provide wealth to the supporters of the Deep State.

    The Deep State wants our financial institutions to never fail (FED 2009) even at the expense of 90% of Americans. The Deep State wants financial institutions to provide financial products to the wealthy which cripples the vast majority of Americans.

    The silly internecine squabbles within the Deep State are a ruse to misdirect the public from important issues like constant war, legal and illegal immigrants taking jobs from Americans and the increased transfer of wealth for the 90% to the supper weathy.

    There will never be a wall and illegal immigration will continue to be a problem.

    All the investigations into Trump, the DNC, Hillary and all the rest will never come to justice.

    The wealth transfer will not stop

    Until…Americans realize these diversions for what they are and put an end to it through what ever means necessary

  2. renfro says:

    it was successful as Trump was likely forced to turn his back on his better angels and subsequently hired Pompeo, Bolton and Abrams.

    Oh plezzze….you sound like you’ve been drugged.
    Trump never had any better angels as any reporter and journalist whoever interviewed or investigated him would tell you.

    And come on!….You know damn well Adelson sent Bolton and you should also know damn well why the Orange Boy staffed his adm with Zio Jews. ….no one in NY except Jews would associate with Trump.

    .

    • Agree: jacques sheete, tac
  3. notanon says:

    i think some of the conspiracy was about controlling Trump’s foreign policy going forward but i also think some of it was people like Brennan worried CIA collusion with Saudi funded jihadist groups since 9/11 (and possibly before) might come out.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  4. Right.

    A plot to undermine another POTUS who does exactly what the previous ones did: bend over to Israel, continues wars, etc.

    Trump is only controlled opposition.

    • Replies: @notanon
    , @Daniel Rich
    , @Wally
  5. notanon says:
    @renfro

    if that was true why did they invent the Russia hoax so they could bug him?

    • Replies: @Shaun
    , @renfro
  6. renfro says:

    Trump biggest regret is going to be that he ever ran for President. Impeached or not impeached all his dirty laundry is going to be exposed. Even if he secured a second term there is no statute of limitations on what he could be prosecuted for….so the minute he steps down from the WH he’s going to have to spend everything he’s got on lawyers fighting the charges the SDNY is going to bring against him.

    David Cay Johnston: What Is Trump Hiding in His Tax Returns?

    The Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter explains what’s likely in Trump’s returns.

    By Jon WienerTwitter

    David Cay Johnston is a Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter who previously worked at The New York Times. He’s the founder and editor of DCReport.org.

    Jon Wiener: The chair of the House Ways and Means Committee formally requested six years of Trump’s personal and business tax returns earlier this month. Trump, of course, refused to comply, and said the law is “100 percent” on his side. Does the IRS have to hand over Trump’s tax returns to the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee?

    David Cay Johnston: If they follow the law, they absolutely have to hand them over. Under a 1924 anti-corruption law that was passed because of Teapot Dome, a Harding-administration scandal, Congress can look at anybody’s tax return at any time. In the 85-year history of this law, the IRS has always responded appropriately to the request and turned over everything that was requested.

    [MORE]

    JW: What are the exceptions to this law?

    DCJ: There aren’t any. It says, “Congress shall provide upon written request.” That’s it. Well, they have a written request, it’s a specific request, and therefore they shall provide. The statement by Donald Trump that the law is 100 percent on his side is just classic Trumpian lying: Take something that is true, and state the exact opposite.

    JW: Does the IRS commissioner have any alternative to handing over Trump’s tax returns? What happens if he doesn’t comply?

    DCJ: There’s another section of the tax code which says that any federal employee dealing with any aspects of the tax code who either does not comply, or who fails to act—covering both sins of omission and commission—”shall be removed from office, and is subject to prosecution and upon conviction, five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.”

    JW: Who enforces this law? It’s not just up to Attorney General William Barr—is that right?

    DCJ: That’s correct. First of all, a US Attorney’s office could enforce the action, although that seems unlikely in this administration. But the next administration, if it chooses, could go back, and even if the IRS commissioner has left, prosecute him for failure to turn over the documents. Of course, Congress can hold the commissioner in contempt, and Congress can also go to federal court to enforce its orders. It can. And has in the distant past even tried people itself.

    JW: The IRS commissioner is a man named Charles Rettig, and he’s a Trump appointee. Tell us a little about Charles Rettig.

    DCJ: At DCReport we call him “Donald Trump’s man at the IRS.” Almost every IRS commissioner has been a tax lawyer, but Charles Rettig is not like most of those other tax lawyers. He isn’t in the business of tax planning. He’s in the business of representing tax cheats who get caught, and his specialty is keeping them from being indicted. As we put it, “He’s one of the foxes who is not just in charge of the hen house. He’s in a position to redesign the hen house.”

    JW: Trump’s personal lawyer last week urged the Treasury Department not to hand over Trump’s tax returns. He said that to comply with their request would turn the IRS into a political weapon of the radical Democrats. Is that a good legal argument?

    DCJ: No. It may be a good political argument with Trump’s base, but as a legal matter, if my students at Syracuse Law were to bring that up, I would have to work hard not to laugh at them—because it’s a ridiculous argument. There is no limit in Section 6103 that says you can only ask for a tax return if you’re a Republican, or if you hew to certain political views. It simply says, “Upon written request, the return shall be provided.” It could not be more clear.

    JW: The boss of the IRS commissioner is the treasury secretary, Steve Mnuchin. He said sort of the opposite of what Trump’s personal lawyer said. He said, “Our intent is to follow the law.” How do you explain the difference between the legal positions of Trump’s personal lawyer and Trump’s treasury secretary?

    DCJ: This is exactly what got me onto this story. I noticed that Trump, his lawyers, and the acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, were making these wild, reckless, lawless statements. But Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, and Rettig, the IRS commissioner, both made nuanced statements, and carefully avoided refusing to comply, and instead said, “We’re trying to understand how to comply with law. It is our intent to comply with the law, but we need more time to learn what the law says.” It should take you literally about 10 seconds to learn what the law says. That’s when I thought, “What’s going on here?” It’s what got me on to the section of the tax code that says, in effect, that any federal employee who interferes, obstructs, or fails to act, is subject to removal, prosecution, and fine. I think what Mnuchin is trying to do here is thread a needle. He wants to continue to show his loyalty to Trump. Not to our Constitution, as his oath of office requires, but to Trump. He’s trying to evade the law that says there must be compliance with the request, without going to jail.

    JW: The New York Times news story on this reported that “The fight over Mr. Trump’s tax returns is expected to turn into a protracted legal battle that will likely make its way to the Supreme Court.” Do you think that’s right, and does the Republican majority on the court have a way to rule in Trump’s favor?

    DCJ: It may lead to a protracted fight. It’s also possible that this will get fast-tracked and get right to our Supreme Court. As someone who reads Supreme Court decisions, I don’t particularly care for the jurisprudence of John Roberts, the Chief Justice of the United States, but nothing in his opinions suggests that he would sell the soul and the integrity of the court to favor Donald Trump. Every indication is that he would uphold the law. I would not be surprised if you got a 7-2 or 9-0 decision from the Supreme Court that the IRS has to turn over the documents.

    JW: The really interesting question is, what do you think is in Trump’s tax returns? Why do you think he’s trying so hard to keep them secret?

    DCJ: There are at least three reasons here. Number one, Trump’s tax returns will show that he is not anywhere near as wealthy as he claimed. Remember during the campaign he kept saying he was worth more than $10 billion. But after he became president, he signed under oath his financial disclosure statement, and 90 percent of his wealth vanished. Even that statement, which I’ve analyzed, overstates his wealth. There’s never been a scintilla of verifiable evidence that Trump is a billionaire. And I’m the guy who revealed, back in 1990 when he said he was worth $3 billion, that he wasn’t a billionaire. We eventually found that he had negative net worth of about $295 million—minus $295 million.

    Secondly, Donald Trump is a tax cheat. He had two civil trials for income tax fraud, one by the State of New York and the other by the City of New York. In both cases he lost. In one of those trials, his own long-time tax attorney and accountant, Jack Mitnick, testified against him. Mitnick was shown the filed tax return, which was a photocopy, and testified, “That’s my signature on the return, but neither I nor my firm prepared that tax return.” That’s as good a badge of fraud as you’re ever going to find. It indicates that Donald Trump took the tax return that was prepared, changed it, and then with a photocopy machine put the signature of Jack Mitnick on it. Donald Trump is also a confessed sales tax cheat. Mayor Ed Koch of New York said he should have served 15 days in jail for his crime. Trump has a long history of hiding records from auditors, cheating governments, using two sets of numbers. So his tax returns are highly likely to show tax cheating.

    Finally, the returns may well establish how much money he has been getting from Russians, Saudis, people from the Emirates, and elsewhere. They may show whether he has been engaged in money laundering for these people through real estate transactions and other actions that make no business sense, but, when closely examined, show exactly what we see when there’s money laundering. I think the record is pretty clear that he has been doing that.

    JW: A technical question: Where do you report payments from Russian oligarchs on your tax return?

    DCJ: Trump has over 500 business entities, and the tax return is the beginning point for an audit. You then would examine the books and records that are behind it. Now, Trump has a long history of destroying or claiming he destroyed business records to thwart auditors. This happened particularly with the City of New York when he tried to cheat the city out of about $2.9 million. But there may actually be transactions reported right in the tax return that would tell you where money came from–because it may list entities to which he is obligated, or is in partnership with, or received money from, or shared profits with. The request by Chairman Neal of the House Ways and Means Committee was very targeted. It cited six specific Trump businesses—out of over 500 businesses. That suggests to me that they know what they were looking for.

    JW: What do you think the political effect would be if voters learned from Trump’s tax return that he has been a tax cheat? As I recall, this was a huge issue in the final downfall of Richard Nixon.

    DCJ: That’s right. This was a big scandal in 1974. Nixon was pardoned, so nothing happened to him, but his tax lawyer went to prison. By the way, the very law that exposed Nixon as a tax cheat is the same law that the Trump people are now trying to resist. I frankly think that among people who are strong Trump supporters, this will have little impact. The impact that would matter is on people on the margin. People who have been with Trump but are uneasy with him because of all of his other behavior. And if he has committed federal tax crimes, then he has committed New York State tax crimes, because New York State tax law hews very closely to federal law. ”.

  7. notanon says:
    @Hiram of Tyre

    if that was true they wouldn’t have needed to invent the Russia hoax so they could bug him

    obviously.

  8. This is the same assessment I have come to believe, as well. Thanks Phil.

  9. eD says:

    In early 2017 I expected Trump to be impeached and removed from office fairly early on with the cover of ginned up allegations such as those described in this article. This seems to have in fact been the plan, but somehow it got changed to just blackmailing Trump to continue business as usual.

    • Replies: @notanon
  10. @Realist

    I was taught the following: “When you want to defeat your ‘opponent’ you first have to able to recognize/find him, then study/understand ‘him,’ before you attempt to fight/defeat ‘him.’”

    So, in your case, how does that pan out? Who is part of the Deep State. What are their names/faces? Where do they live/work? What are their routines/habits? Without proper identification, we’re talking about ‘imaginary ghosts’ here, and those are unbeatable.

    Not included in the above is ‘the training.’

    I side with Philip. I personally abhor Trump and everything he stands for. I thought W was an embarrassment, but I’m proven wrong. However, the people voted for and choose Trump. Even though my dislike for him remains unabated, I have to respect their choice. HRC and her ilk have done everything within their power [legal and not so] to get HRC into the White House.

    In fact, I agree with you , it doesn’t make much difference who resides in 1600 PA, the outcome is the same.

  11. @Hiram of Tyre

    I concur. Some of the very few policies to never change, are all related to and geared toward the Apartheid State.

  12. Agree with article.
    Two points on Trump, that tend to support article:
    1. People just simply HATE trump. I can’t recall a case of such unmitigated malice & revulsion against a public individual — & this was BEFORE he’d won the election.
    2. Trump’s initial willingness to try to do something positive with Russia really scared the shit out of some. Truly treasonous in the eyes of the DS. Again they HATED it.
    So to that extent the deep state did take sides.

    • Agree: Iris
  13. Why would a war, for any national interest except defense, justify that war?

    What I find flabbergasting in your work, which I always truly look forward to read, is that you do not seem to deduce from accomplished deeds of the USA, the correct motivation. As insane as it is, it is so obvious, that it truly baffles me, and I go at times back to the drawing board, to find out, if I did not omit something that would justify your conclusions.

    Did you ever make some more detailed study of what psychopathy is? Did you ever make any study of apocalyptic literature?

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @anonymous
  14. anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump is obviously a massive disappointment, but I have a strange feeling he’s under pressures we don’t know about. There is so much palace intrigue happening, we may never know the real story.

    What bothers me is *why* everyone went so crazy when Trump was elected. I personally never got the feeling he was that radical. He is certainly an unusual character, but he’s run a large business successfully for decades, so he isn’t insane or completely incompetent. In fact he might’ve been a better fit for president that a youthful Obama who wasn’t particularly experienced and was (and remains) something of an enigma.

    The reaction was so crazed and over the top. I honestly think the Deep State/Obama had things to hide they were afraid Trump would reveal. Trump was not under control when he was elected, although he seems to be tamed now. Even the media is not quite as hyper about Trump now as they were initially (although they’ll never be friendly)

    There is deep rot and my hope is the system is strong enough to deal with it. Although I can’t say I’m optimistic.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @notanon
    , @TKK
    , @Wally
    , @Anon
  15. In 1306, Philip expelled the Jews from France, and in 1307 he annihilated the order of the Knights Templar. He was in debt to both groups and saw them as a “state within the state”.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_IV_of_France

    The “deep state” in 1306.

    If the King of France was in debt to these groups remains to be proven.

  16. Art says:

    A little flattery goes a long way. See King Cyrus Trump!

    Crazy mystic rabbis give Trumpy a coin of himself and King Cyrus – Trumpy gives the rabbis Russia!

    Here comes a big rumble and the Third Temple – Thanks Donald!

    Art

  17. Realist says:
    @Daniel Rich

    So, in your case, how does that pan out? Who is part of the Deep State. What are their names/faces? Where do they live/work? What are their routines/habits?

    It is obvious who supports the Deep State among the wealthy, the government, and the media. If you are unable to figure it out….you’re part of the problem.

    • Agree: Herald
  18. Realist says:
    @christopher washington

    Why would a war, for any national interest except defense, justify that war?

    It has nothing to do with national interest. War prep and war make the wealthy….wealthier.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
    , @c matt
  19. Realist says:
    @anonymous

    What bothers me is *why* everyone went so crazy when Trump was elected.

    It’s a diversionary tactic.

  20. Realist says:

    Giraldi if you think Trump is not a part of the Deep State….how do you explain his hiring so many Deep State denizens Bolton, Pompeo et al.?

    • Replies: @notanon
  21. how do you explain his hiring so many Deep State denizens Bolton, Pompeo et al.?

    I would suggest, they have “great guy” Epstein dirt on Trump. Seems so obvious to me, the entire swamp is either bought or blackmailed with this kind of dirt.
    If the masses would find out about this kind of dirt, there was probably a violent purge taking place, a lynching of the entire swamp.
    Btw, you are right, Us political circus works like WWE.

    • Agree: foolisholdman
    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
  22. @notanon

    Would you explain the evidence and the reasons for the “CIA collusion with Saudi funded jihadist groups since 9/11 (and before”). I find it hard to make sense of it, unlike the recent cosying up of Israel and Saudi Arabia.

    • Replies: @notanon
    , @Jeff Davis
    , @Zumbuddi
  23. @Daniel Rich

    Trump = Hillary + Twitter Lulz?

  24. “… if America in its seemingly enduring role as the world’s most feared bully…”

    On 9/11 the tall skinny kid gave the bully a good smack.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @TKK
  25. “… the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court refused to approve several requests by the FBI to initiate taps on Trump associates and Trump Tower as there was no probable cause to do so ….”

    The interesting thing here is not so much that a court that is reputed to be little more than a rubber-stamp for these requests might have entertained actual due process, though that is interesting; no, the real thing that is interesting us that that court, having found out that it was lied to, has not sanctioned the many players responsible for their misdeeds. It is a rare case during the Trump Presidency of a court remaining silent and relatively inactive.

  26. MarkU says:
    @Realist

    “The President is part of the Deep State.”

    At least someone gets it.

    The new narrative is that of an embattled president trying against the odds to do the right thing but continually struggling against attacks on his legitimacy owing to his birth certificate/ accusations of being a Putin puppet (or whatever the next pretext will be) Cue apologists convinced that their man is OK really despite the evidence.

    Its just a damned puppet show to keep the masses distracted while the deep state gets on with business as usual. WAKE UP.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski, Alden
  27. ” The dossier, paid for initially by Republicans trying to stop Trump”

    Very sloppy reporting. Yes, the neocons at the Washington Free Beacon paid Fusion GPS to do oppo research on all the Republican candidates, however, it had no connection to the “dossier”. The dossier hoax began only after the DNC and Hillary funded Fusion GPS using a law firm as a cutout (why is that not treated as a campaign finance violation?) and then hired Steele who created the dossier.

  28. I think the assessments here are fairly well spelled out.

    However, (broken record) eventually the president has to take some responsibility for abandoning his mandate. Note: he actually beat the deep state and then proceeded to hire those who espoused an agenda he defeated.

    When he signed on to the intel report, his foreign policy agenda all but died, in my view. And with that the domestic agenda has buckled, in my view. We’ve got Mexicans disarming US soldiers on US soil. I cannot think of anything more disasterous for any one in government, especially the task of national defence. It only smells like a small event.

    But it is an earthquake.

    • Replies: @The scalpel
    , @Alden
  29. Too much garbage is dissipated here.
    This is what is happening.
    All these seventeen intelligence agencies are aspiring to be a kingmakers.
    That is in contradiction with democratic principles. And in the end it will result in the death democracy in US.
    If the power to make a king is taken away from people than that is the death of Democracy in US.
    I do think that Strzok communication with his girlfriend was not even tip of the iceberg.
    All upper management of FBI was infected by virus of kingmaking. Trump rightfully fired head of FBI Comey, But that was not enough. All upper management should had been fired. And the virus of kingmaking should have been destroyed. And that should had been done with all seventeen intelligence agencies. Intelligence agencies should not usurp the responsibility of governing from government.
    That will result in the death of Democracy.

  30. Z-man says:

    Excellent article and this bears repeating;

    What Trump has amounted to as a leader and role model is beside the point as what evolved was undeniably a bureaucratic coup directed against a legally elected president of the United States and to a certain extent it was successful as Trump was likely forced to turn his back on his better angels and subsequently hired Pompeo, Bolton and Abrams.

    Brennan reminds me of a flat foot dullard Irish cop who has been passed over for promotion and still walks the beat. Once he opens his mouth he proves that he should have been passed over in his past roles as an ‘inteligence’ official.
    The joke I’ve made; ”17 inteligence agencies have agreed that ‘Russia’ interfered in our election, that’s S-E-V-E-N-T-E-E-N, but not one could tell us how advanced the NORKS nuclear program was!”

    PS. We can only pray that ‘Plumpeo’, walrus face Bolton and classic neocon Abrams are jettisoned in a Trump second term but I’m not holding my breath and you don’t want to wish too much ill will on those three slugs as it might come back to hurt this country. (Grim smile)

  31. Anonymous[388] • Disclaimer says:

    Putin: Men in dark suits (a/k/a Deep State) run Washington:

  32. Anonymous[388] • Disclaimer says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    On 9/11 the tall skinny kid gave the bully a good smack.

    Nope, 9/11 gave the bully secret courts (FISA) and carte blanche to do whatever he pleases, even if it means violation of Constitutional rights and international law.

    • Replies: @Alden
  33. @MarkU

    “The new narrative is that of an embattled president trying against the odds to do the right thing but continually struggling against attacks on his legitimacy…”

    Exactly. They’re trying to portray orange clown as the hapless “victim” – as he enthusiastically flirts with the prospect of planetary extinction in pursuance of the Satanic agenda of the “deep state.”

    Moreover, as orange clown pushes the self-destructive foreign policy, the “democrats”, orange clown’s made-for-TV “enemy,” seem to be waxing worse and worse. The evil “democrats” push open borders, gun confiscation, infanticide, and every conceivable perversion of anything and everything under the sun, while orange clown postures heroically in faux opposition.

    • Replies: @Realist
  34. Woodrow Wilson had his Edward Mandell House; Franklin D Roosevelt had his Harry Hopkins; Donald Trump has Javanka. Trump is just another powerless (((pupet))) on a Zionist string.
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/04/10/coulter-all-hail-president-javanka/

  35. Caveat:

    I think it’s a bit of a stretch to claim that the previous executive was a “deep state” player, more like a deep state pawn. He learned rather quickly who was pulling the strings when he attempted to change course in the Middle East and hold the financial industry accountable for the events of 2007/2008.

    Acknowledgement:

    I only became aware of the border incident by way of news from Miss Ann Coulter. It was a failure on my part not give said attribution, sooner.

  36. Anonymous[388] • Disclaimer says:
    @Daniel Rich

    So, in your case, how does that pan out? Who is part of the Deep State. What are their names/faces? Where do they live/work? What are their routines/habits? Without proper identification, we’re talking about ‘imaginary ghosts’ here, and those are unbeatable.

    Have you ever been in rooms or buildings where you had to put your phone/FitBit/Apple Watch in a cubbyhole and been around an all-white, all-male environment which looked like a secret meeting of the Schutzstaffel? That was the rank and file of Deep State. They don’t care who the President is or if he/she is far-right or far-left, they are going to do their duty and view all Americans as a threat to NATSEC unless they can establish sufficient evidence of loyalty to Deep State such as military and MIC service bona fides. And then, within this inter sanctum, there are concentric cliques which are suspicious of those who are exterior to their circle and reverent of those in the interior and especially within the center. It’s a secret society cult which is backed up by black budgets and trillions in government dollars and an adoring fan base (average, non-Unz Review-reading Americans and media).

  37. The zionists are in control of the CIA and the rest of the so called intelligence organs in the zio/US and the zionists also control MI6 and of course the Mossad, a true trinity of evil!

    If interested read The Secret Team, the CIA and its allies in control of the world, by L. Fletcher Prouty , can be had on amazon or just read the customer comments on amazon.

  38. @Realist

    I only wish I could disagree with you. Trump has turned out to be a hoax like the Wizard of Oz. He doesn’t even seem to know that he was supposed to change things. I will not vote for him again.

    • Agree: The scalpel
    • Replies: @Z-man
  39. Robjil says:
    @Art

    Zio Christians don’t follow the New Testament at all. The temple is the body of Christ. Real Christians don’t want a physical temple rebuilt to slaughter cows.

    “JOHN 2:18-22 18 Then the Jews answered and said to Him, “What sign can You show us for doing these things?” 19 Jesus answered and said to them, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.” 20 Then the Jews said, “It took forty-six years to build this temple, and will You raise it up in three days?” 21 But He was speaking of the temple of His body. 22 Therefore, when He had risen from the dead, His disciples remembered that He had said this to them, and they believed the Scripture and the word that Jesus had said.”

    Everyone’s body is a temple of God/Christ too.

    1 Corinthians 6:19-20, Your Body, His Temple

    “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; 20 you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body,” (1 Cor. 6:19-20).

    • Replies: @anon
    , @anonymous
  40. Sean says:
    @MarkU

    Trump owes the Russians nothing, he was their way to stop Clinton.

    http://time.com/4422723/putin-russia-hillary-clinton/

    In December 2011, Vladimir Putin came closer than he’s ever been to losing his hold on power. His decision that year to run for a third term as Russia’s President had inspired a massive protest movement against him. Demonstrations calling for him to resign were attracting hundreds of thousands of people across the country. … the Russian leader chose to lay the blame on one meddling foreign diplomat: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

    “She set the tone for certain actors inside the country; she gave the signal,” Putin said of Clinton at the time, accusing her of ordering the opposition movement into action like some kind of revolutionary sleeper cell.

    Was Clinton expecting a pat on the back,? She was very naive in not having tighter security.

    Brennan was able to use his connections with those foreign intelligence agencies, primarily the British GCHQ, to make it look like the concerns about Trump were coming from friendly and allied countries and therefore had to be responded to …. […] This all happened during the primaries and after Trump became the GOP nominee. It was all neatly done and constituted completely illegal spying on American citizens by the U.S. government.

    Considering what was at stake, and the resources and veil of secrecy available to the Director of the CIA, Brennan’s was a far from impressive performance. Should not surprise, judging by recent history the head of the CIA cannot even look at porn on his personal computer without getting caught.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  41. Hardly surprising given Paddy Brennan is a Jesuit-trained Papist.

    Regardless El Trumpo fooled many from backwoods simpletons to professors. He is just controlled opposition. Clearly he was just a safety value much like Obama in 2008 with the ‘Hope and Change’ nonsense after the disasterous second permutation of the kosher Bush-Pierce Crime Family Inc.

    • Replies: @getaclue
  42. @Art

    Religious fundamentalism, no mater what brand or flavor is dangerous and can very easily lead the world into nuclear annihilation. These idea’s of “Gods chosen people” or “my Gods better than your God” have to be laid to rest if our world is to survive and move forward. It’s time to quit living our lives based on fables. Christian Zionist are every bit as dangerous as Muslim extremist.

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @Art
  43. Having failed at lobbying President Putin to join in with international Jewry’s global effort to create Greater Israel, Zionist t-Rump’s “better Angels”😇 became exposed to Bill Kristol, John Brennan & Mueller’s “Dark Angels,”😈 and prosecuted, the former went down in flames.

    A Question.

    Given the Deep State supremacy in my “Homeland,” can anyone tell me what the ZUS Shallow State is politically allowed to do?

    P.S.: Go, t-Rump go! In mass, no one educates “Homelanders” better than The Donald as to how little independence from Israel is available.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  44. Shaun says:
    @notanon

    Are they really bugging him though? The mainstream media wont let it go. Seems like a lot of smoke and mirrors to me. I think they are doing it purely to distract us. If he were truly against the evil puppet masters they would have jfk’d him already. But this is all part of the circus. They drag out this big awesome elephant, parade it around, make it do tricks and say “look at this big beautiful intelligent animal!” But they do all they can to take your focus off the trainers with the whips. Or the owner of the circus who rakes in all the money at the elephant’s expense. The american people are that elephant. The people in power are the trainers with the whips and the ringleader who cashes in on the whole thing is the deep state. But the elephant thinks hes the star of the show. Its all a game.

    • Replies: @notanon
    , @renfro
  45. There is no conspiracy against tRump.

    tRump is a yooge part of the parasitic conspiracy against the productive ones. The rest is theater, and should come as no surprise.

    • Replies: @Ilyana_Rozumova
  46. @Realist

    Recent reports have Social Security outflow for benefits and administration exceeding inflow from interest and “contributions” next year. By 2035, all the trust fund “principal” will be exhausted, requiring either higher taxes on broke young workers, or a transfer of funds from other parts of the budget, like the over 800 billion (with interest and veterans healthcare) spent on the military.

    Medicare goes bust in 7 years.

    Do the voters care about Empire or entitlements? Do they get to make that choice? Using your formulation, who wins this confrontation?

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
    , @Curmudgeon
    , @Realist
  47. @Realist

    It is obvious who supports the Deep State among the wealthy, the government, and the media. If you are unable to figure it out….you’re part of the problem.

    Agree button already used.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  48. wayfarer says:

    “Michele Bachmann and Alex Jones on Biblical Prophecy.”

  49. @Realist

    It has nothing to do with national interest. War prep and war make the wealthy….wealthier.

    Yup, and besides for them, it no doubt provides the dopamine rush the simple minded psychopathic mediocrities crave.

    • Replies: @Realist
  50. In para 3 Giraldi gives us a nice tongue-in-cheek parody of boilerplate CIA propaganda. The… deep state. It is ever so shadowy. It can be a super-vague noun like establishment; or it can be a super-duper abstract noun like infrastructure. But either way it’s a bunch of guys with nothing much in common. Nothing in there you could just mob it and raze it when you get fed up, or blow it up. All you can do is wring your hands, or denounce it in doughty vagueness. Shucks.

    The ‘deep state’ is INGSOC for a specific government agency granted impunity in municipal law and exempted from legal or administrative budget controls. Its impunity is complete, encompassing the gravest crimes against humanity and peace. Its resources are not just unlimited but secret and illimitable.

    http://america.aljazeera.com/opinions/2014/3/cia-torture-feinsteininterrogationimpunity.html
    http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0401/S00151.htm

    That’s not the deep state, it’s the state. It’s just that it’s an atavistic state with old-time Bronze Age absolute sovereignty, the power of life and death and torture and war. It is not merely lawless but arbitrary; it doesn’t just break the law, it shits on the idea of law, laughs at it.

    For any waterhead who hasn’t caught on yet, what we’re talking about here is CIA.

    CIA doesn’t just do whatever it wants. It makes the whole country do what it wants. It does this with ‘focal points’ or ‘dotted-line’ reports, a secret command structure controlling all significant military and civilian agencies. DoD, of course, when some bombs need to fall off a truck for ISIS. But HUD too, when they want to launder drug money for crimes of aggression. It controls foreign counterparts in satellite states: CIA had not only British spies but Australian, Israeli, and Saudi spies ratfucking the upstart Trump. CIA also uses its illimitable resources to control the public at large by funding and infiltrating media, educational institutions, local law enforcement, and civil society.

    Patriotic assholes talk and talk about people with this kind of power as if they’re not in charge. Nobody’s that stupid. That kind of irrationality takes meticulous brainwashing. If you actually give a rat’s ass about the deep state, you will start by nuking CIA.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  51. @jacques sheete

    Hey Jacques!

    Going forward today on Bright Tuesday and P.G.’s newborn article, it appears that the concept & existence of a “Homeland” Deep State is a given. Er, agreed?

    Above, such begs the question as to either the accountable or non-accountable status of USrael’s Deep State’s core leadership.

    Please consider this vital matter, Bro Jacques, and offer a typical astute response?

    Selah, Christ is risen🙌 and (Zigh) Medicare enters the tomb.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  52. NARAtive says:

    Oh boy, Sean’s here with the CIA propaganda! Today it’s, ‘the head of the CIA cannot even look at porn on his personal computer without getting caught.’

    The poor sad shnook. How powerless he is.

    The head of CIA can commit the crime against humanity of systematic and widespread torture, a crime in universal jurisdiction with no statute of limitations, and get caught red-handed, and get away with it.

    This is how stupid CIA thinks you are.

    • Replies: @Sean
  53. MarkinLA says:
    @TomSchmidt

    Wait till they get 5 dollar a gallon gas so that Trump can sanction Iran by trying to take Iranian oil off the international market.

    This ridiculous overreach gives me some hope that Europe will break away from the US and weaken our ability to act as Israel’s stooge.

    • Replies: @Herald
  54. @jacques sheete

    You could have something there. Certainly not everything but definitely something.

  55. anon[122] • Disclaimer says:
    @Robjil

    “Real Christians” are still dual-Citizens with a primary loyalty to the Jewish capital. This is what the Jew Testament says:

    • But our Citizenship is in Jewheaven. -Phil. 3:20 (Jewheaven is Jerusalem, Rev. 21:2)
    • So now you Goyim are no longer strangers and foreigners; you are Citizens along with all of Jewgod’s holy Jewpeople. -Ephesians 2:19

    And every Christian I know has a book with Zion mentioned within it 169 or so times, e.g.:

    You’re all Zionists, even as you try to weasel out of it.

  56. Manderson says:

    Ultimately Giraldi has staked out a reformist or technically “liberal” position here. At the end of the piece he has “hope” that some upcoming investigation will render future Deep State machinations impossible. Reminds me of the joke about wishing in one hand and pooping in the other. Which one will fill up first?

  57. @TomSchmidt

    Social Security is not an entitlement. You pay into it, and receive a benefit. Social Security was established as a Trust. There are legal requirements on those who manage a trust – the trustees. Social Security has been mismanaged intentionally. There are people receiving benefits who are not entitled to them. The US Government has raided the fund by making it part of general revenue, instead of the Trust that it is supposed to be.
    The “problems” of Social Security are a side show distraction to keep the focus away from the real problem: the politicians and their Wall Street paymasters.

    • Agree: Moi
    • Replies: @Realist
    , @renfro
  58. @Realist

    What do both parties agree on? If they appear to disagree, look to see if anything changes when one party has the power to cause change or does the party in power make excuses to avoid change?

    Your analysis fails to account for the fact that Trump essentially ran as a third party candidate. His original agenda of sealing up the border and ending Bush-Obama regime change ran counter to both parties. There’s been no one more hostile to Trump since Jan. 2017 than Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, both Republicans.

    As Darren Beattie said, McConnell’s tactic with Trump all along has been to block him on everything except for federal judges. And McConnell’s winning.

    Now you’ll probably say, it’s all theater, they’re all in on it together, wake up & smell the coffee.

    I don’t believe it. Trump could have run as a Jeb Bush Republican and done just fine, but he didn’t. He took a huge risk saying the stuff he did, and won. Yes he’s a disappointment but the good news is this: someone else will come along to advance the (candidate) Trump agenda. He proved that defying the swamp lizards of Washington is a path to the White House.

    • Agree: Coemgen
    • Replies: @Harold Smith
    , @Realist
  59. The scalpel says: • Website
    @EliteCommInc.

    Note: he actually beat the deep state and then proceeded to hire those who espoused an agenda he defeated.

    True

    The most likely explanation is that he is compromised, perhaps in several ways.

  60. @Germanicus

    That’s a good theory. Trump may not have urinated on beds in Russia, but there have to be some things on film somewhere.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  61. @renfro

    The Democrats have been howling about tax returns from Day 1. The problem with the narrative is no different than the “Russian Collusion” narrative. They are in search of a crime, not evidence. There was some evidence of corruption for the Teapot Dome scandal. There is no evidence in this case. If the Democrats have any information of wrongdoing, why haven’t they handed it over to the IRS? Why didn’t the IRS, under Obama, quietly go after Trump like they did the Tea Party?

    I have maintained, from before Trump’s election, that there is a lot not to like about him, but that doesn’t mean he’s wrong about everything. This latest ploy is just more political theater by the real criminals – Congress.

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @Jeff Davis
  62. Z-man says:
    @George F. Held

    Yes except the opposition is even worse, except maybe they will rejoin the Iran nuclear deal. They are all for open borders, deviant rights, more spending and the same basic tax policies existing now and for the destruction, even more rapidly, of the middle class.

    • Replies: @Realist
  63. Rurik says:

    the continuation of a foreign policy based on endless aggression to maintain Washington’s military dominance in parts of the world where Americans have no conceivable interest.

    six million was not enough for Mr. Giraldi

    by slavishly serving Israel, and spending every last drop of American blood and treasure in service to international Jewish supremacism, America is preventing another Holocaust.

    We all know Syria and Palestine and Iran and Jordan and Egypt are all trying to push the Jews into the sea. The only way to prevent a second Holocaust is to help Israel steal the Golan Heights!

    Just look at Iraq. A destroyed and failed state! Finally no longer a threat to god’s people. Only by destroying Iran, with another bout of ‘shock and awe’, will god’s people be able to genocide the rest of the Palestinians!

    Do we want to live in the kind of world were Jewish supremacists can’t steal Palestinian land and shoot their children on a whim? What if a Jew needed a heart or liver? Would you deny them the right to kill a Palestinian in order to harvest those organs? If so, then Sieg Hiel Herr Himmler.

    Saying America has no conceivable interest in the Middle East, is ignoring the very reason America exists! – To serve, in abased vassalage, the whims of Jewish supremacists everywhere. Even down to tossing goyim children into Moloch’s sacrificial fires. What better use of their worthless, anti-Semitic lives, than to die as sacrifices to Jewish supremacism?

    It is written.

    If ten thousand or a hundred thousand or more.. Yemenis or Venezuelans have to starve to death, to learn who rules them, then so be it.

    Putin = Hitler, and saved the neck of Hitler wannabe Assad.

    The job of the “greatest generation” was to burn Germany to the ground for the greater glory of Jewish supremacy over Europe.

    The job of our current American generation is to burn Russia down to the ground, for flouting Zion. The only true crime.

    One can only hope that investigators dig deep into what is Washington insiders have been up to so Trumpgate will prove more interesting and informative than was Russiagate. And one also has to hope that enough highest-level heads will roll to make any interference by the Deep State in future elections unthinkable.

    https://westernrifleshooters.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/11-30-09-obama-laughing.jpghttps://www.livemint.com/rf/Image-621×414/LiveMint/Period2/2017/04/01/Photos/Processed/jamescomey-kvVG–621×[email protected]

    • Replies: @Iris
  64. @Oh no it's the Illuminati

    Am of course open to that which commenter, O no it’s the Illuminati, proposed: “CIA doesn’t just do whatever it wants. It makes the whole country do what it wants.”

    Greetings from broken Scranton, O no it’s the Illuminati!

    Am interested to learn what you might think about t-Rump’s N.S.A., under Director John Bolton, and how this agency intersects with the CIA and possibly becomes one ungodly “Deep State” faculty. Please let me know, Mr. O no, and not Ms. Yoko? 🙄

    Now I posit the idea that the Project For New American Century (PNAC) was a dark phenomenon which developed during the final quarter of the 20th Century.

    Although you know where I am coming from, & fyr, I link (below) a, er Deep State 🇮🇱video expose, which addressed the multi-headed Beast nature of the PNAC’s Lowerachy faculty.*

    From Charles O, thanks a lot to Mr. O no!

    * The “Lowerachy” concept was unveiled in the late-CS Lewis’s book, “The Screwtape Letters.”

  65. notanon says:
    @eD

    the Left hate Trump and want him impeached but the deep state just want him controlled.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  66. anonymous[204] • Disclaimer says:

    [The Conspiracy Against Trump]

    I cannot trust someone who writes this line. Trump is part of the conspiracy and a criminal mass murderer who kills to get ‘ahead’. He knows what he is doing. It is YOU that still don’t know or DO NOT want to know that the zionist racist is a mass murderer, a pathological LIAR, and US is the biggest terrorist states in the history of the planet.

    We cannot trust people who are still protect this Zionist mafia traitor. These people, like before Trump, always try to bring excuses for terrorist US Regime to fool others, that US is not responsible for its CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, so they feel ‘good’ about their country.
    Your country and Trump regime are criminals and know what they are doing. ICC is a tool of US terrorist state where recently ICC announced that US CONTROL ICC and does not allows ICC to investigate their crimes against humanity, let by criminal trump who knows what is he going, and Israel. Yet, apologists are trying to pain a criminal as victim of the ‘deep state’.

    DON’T BE A FOOL that there is ‘The Conspiracy Against Trump.’!!!!

  67. Wally says:
    @renfro

    Please pay attention.

    Obviously Trump brought in those guys for what he thought was a necessary appeasement to Jews Firsters.
    I personally wish he hadn’t, but as an act of survival he did what he thought he had to do.

    If he was so in the pocket of the Deep State there would have been no reason for the fake investigation, etc., etc.

    BTW, the alternative was more Obama, Hillary. Or perhaps that is what you preferred.

    • Agree: Z-man
    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @renfro
  68. notanon says:
    @anonymous

    The reaction was so crazed and over the top. I honestly think the Deep State/Obama had things to hide they were afraid Trump would reveal.

    they supported Isis to topple Assad.

    they probably did the chemical attacks as well (using Saudi proxies)

  69. notanon says:
    @Realist

    if he was part of it they wouldn’t have needed to bug him.

    the bugging would explain why he surrendered.

    • Replies: @Realist
  70. TKK says:
    @anonymous

    “Trump would make the same observation he believed in front of a construction worker and the Queen of England. There is no filter.”

    This is from the book, “Team of Vipers.” It’s a good read, if you can get past the author’s Baptist brainwashing and his inability to write a curse word. Cliff Sims.

    He was in the Oval Office for 500 days, working as Trump’s Messaging Director. He comes across as basically honest.

    Without ruining it for you, he details many incidents where Trump is conspired and opposed at every turn, but especially by Republicans. One of Trump’s top advisors started as his golf caddy. I think that’s fantastic. But, when John Kelly came in, the dead eyed Chief of Staff- he stated everyone had to get his permission to speak with Trump.

    If you have ever been in a work environment or a marriage where you can trust no one, and you are fighting for your life- multiply that by 10 million, and that’s what Trump is facing.

    But Trump, by this account and watching him, is nobody’s Yes Man. He wanted to be a bull in a china shop and he was neutered at every turn. One scene where he was f*cking with the Egyptian President and his generals is great. This is before the Mueller report. It gives you an idea of what Trump could have done if he had not been targeted for destruction.

    The author is also “on to”Jared Kushner and described him as a “killer”. Low key, quiet and deadly. Dangerous. And perhaps not on anyone’s side but his own.

  71. notanon says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    CIA and State Dept. want(ed) regime change in Syria but couldn’t get public support for an invasion so they covertly supported Isis against Assad instead (mostly using Saudi as a proxy).

    They don’t want it to come out.

    (of course it may go back further than that nb Brennan was CIA chief in Saudi in the run up to 9/11)

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  72. TKK says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    These loons say it was actually Moshe Goldstein who did that.

  73. Wally says:
    @Hiram of Tyre

    “Trump is only controlled opposition.”

    At least there is some opposition, which we never had before and would not have had with Hillary.
    Thanks.

  74. notanon says:
    @MarkU

    The new narrative is that of an embattled president trying against the odds to do the right thing…

    the new narrative is they got him, Watergate 2.0

    *if* that is correct the changes to expect are
    – media going easier on him
    – corporate dems going easier on him (while smirking a lot)
    – more war
    – more corporate donors as they might prefer a controlled Trump to a Sanders
    – they might throw him a symbolic bone on immigration to help him win in 2020

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
    , @Realist
  75. Wally says:
    @renfro

    LOL

    Trump can just as easily demand to see his opposition’s tax returns.

    Then what?

  76. @Wizard of Oz

    Jihadist groups were used to fight the Russians in Afghanistan, destroy Libya and Syria, and are currently employed to destabilize Iran. They are the primary instrument of the Oded Yinon plan. Unless you consider the United States to be the primary instrument, and the jihadist groups merely a tool.

    Israel has subverted the United States, turning it into its poodle, it’s slush fund, and it’s mercenary military force.

    For five thousand years the Jews, in their unique geopolitical condition as an internally cohesive yet dispersed ethnic group, have worked within their host nations and, by virtue of their talent, achieved prosperity and power. Then, in a repeating and easily predictable pattern, as a consequence of the power they achieve, arrogantly abuse the local majority, repeatedly provoking the historically-recorded reaction in its various forms: enslavement, expulsion, and attempted annihilation in Egypt; annihilation and dispersion by the Romans in Old Israel; in Spain and Portugal, the demand on pain of death to convert to Christianity; suppression by law throughout Europe during the Middle Ages; destruction of the Jewish Khazar Empire by the Russ in 979; and near annihilation by the Nazis in the last century.

    There’s a pattern here. People don’t just wake up one day and say “We hate the Jews, let’s kill them.” There’s a reason, a logical reason. Essentially, in the diaspora, the Jews exist in a condition of tribal competition with the local majority culture. That competition inevitably progresses to tribal conflict — that is, war against the Jews. The pattern is logical and predictable: fueled by tribal ambition, enabled by tribal economic success that leads eventually to Jewish tribal overreach, which then results in a hostile majority-culture pushback. The Jews scream “Anti-Semitism” but the reality is that the particular case of Jews-vs-“The Other” tribalism with its Jewish exceptionalism and supremacism, inevitably leads to a showdown over power where the majority culture has political and numerical advantages.

    The time is rapidly approaching when the 310 million non-Jewish Americans will realize that they’ve been made the tools of the Jews and the US society looted. Then the pattern of five thousand years will repeat itself yet again.

    • Replies: @lavoisier
    , @Joe Levantine
  77. Wally says:
    @anonymous

    Since when don’t infantile, indoctrinated, neo-Marxists go crazy when they lose?

    and:

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  78. @TomSchmidt

    It would just make sense.
    They can’t throw Clinton in jail for example, because she would sing a song about others involved in Orgy Island and Lolita Express.

    It would lead to the arrest of entire Washington DC, state government officials, Wall Street and Hollywood, regardless which silly party they belong to. This “pizzagate” was just a tiny glimpse behind the theater stage, I would recommend to look up the case of Marc Dutroux, but wikipedia is as usual useless and covers up the corruption, obstruction of justice and trail of dead bodies of witnesses. No witness left to talk.

  79. notanon says:
    @Shaun

    they got a FISA warrant to bug him

    through that they managed to get his personal lawyer on tax evasion charges.

    what are the odds someone like Trump doesn’t have financial dirt related to his business?

    what are the odds his personal lawyer wouldn’t know about it?

    they got him.

  80. Adrian E. says:

    I see that there are mainly two opposing explanations:

    a) Donald Trump really wanted to break with the neocons, but he is under such enormous pressure that he had to give in to them (at least temporarily, maybe, according to that interpretation, there is still hope)

    b) Donald Trump wanted to behave this way from the start, and if there is a conspiracy, he is a part of it. He just said some things about not involving the US in conflicts that are not in its interest because that was popular in order to get elected, but he never had any intentions of going through with it.

    I think there are problems with both explanations.

    The main problem with a):
    Even if Trump had to make concessions because he was under such enormous pressure, it is hardly plausible that there really was a need to surround himself with neocons to such a degree and go much further with neoconservative policies in some areas than many mainstream Republicans would probably have gone.

    The main problem with b):
    If Trump really belongs to the inner circle, it does not seem very plausible that intelligence services and establishment politicians would go to such lengths constructing a conspiracy theory (setting up meetings of Papadopoulos with Mifsud and Downer, the Steele dossier, campaign surveillance), which is not only a lot of effort, but also lays bare some elements of the “deep state” they would normally prefer to keep hidden.

    How one might attempt to save a):
    While the neocons are generally very influential in the US, they normally operate in the background. They don’t have full control over lawmakers. However, some members of Congress are very close to neocons, and many of them (in both parties) were among the strictest anti-Trumpers. The most concrete danger of impeachment for Trump was that some Republicans closely connected with neocons would unite with Democrats against him. Appointing lots of neocons and increasing their influence might have been the best option of placating these neoconservative Republican anti-Trumpers (or even to make these Republican neocons stop being anti-Trumpers).

    How one might attempt to save b):
    While the whole Russiagate conspiracy theory is somewhat risky for the (overt and deep) establishment, it is also a great distraction. Furthermore, I think Russiagate was not primarily directed against Trump, but more against Russia and in favor of increasing military spending from which many in the establishment profit. Generally, Democrats used to be somewhat less hawkish than Republicans, and since they already hate Trump fervently (but mostly didn’t care much about Russia), Russiagate was a great opportunity for making Democrats even more ardent supporters of the new cold war, the intelligence services, and the security state. One could hardly invent such an efficient means for making Democrats hate Russia and support the surveillance state except by associating their boogeyman with Russia. Many Republicans would go along with the new cold war, anyway, winning over Democrats for the CIA, anti-Russian hatred and military spending was particularly valuable.

    So, I think both a) and b) are probably partially true.

    I don’t think Trump was really a part of an inner circle. As someone from the outside, some of the bipartisan neoconservative dogmas were probably alien to him. There are some leaks (e.g. in the book by Bob Woodward) that show that Trump questioned the large number of expensive military bases around the world. He probably looked at it from a business perspective, and it seems hard to justify such enormous expenses. Furthermore, he had some ideas about the rivalry with China, and the idea of alienating and antagonizing Russia, China, and some medium-sized countries (and to some degree even Western Europe, though it mostly still follows the US) all at once, which pushes them into closer collaboration probably seems odd to someone from the outside who has not been surrounded by people from neoconservative think tanks for most of his life. On the other hand, I don’t think there were any deep convictions behind the things Trump said in his campaign. He just said things that a) seemed to be popular and b) he probably mostly agreed with himself, but when it became clear to him that it was more convenient for him to do something very different from what he had said during the campaign, he hardly hesitated.

    I think that for the (both overt and deep) establishment someone “naïve” from the outside was seen as a threat. On the other hand, they probably also understood that Trump hardly has strong convictions and therefore would give in relatively easily under pressure. So, the Russiagate conspiracy theory was probably a good idea from the perspective of the (overt and deep) establishment for bringing Trump into line.

    Then, I would also distinguish some things. Trump probably was very pro-Israeli from the start. But being pro-Israeli does not have to mean being anti-Russian, after all the Israeli and Russian government have relatively good relations, even though their interests diverge in many areas.

    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  81. @Bragadocious

    “Your analysis fails to account for the fact that Trump essentially ran as a third party candidate.”

    Deep state sleeper agent Trump ran as an “outsider” opposed to everything that deep state agent Hillary Clinton stood for. His candidacy was a carefully calculated bait and switch fraud which leveraged his non-career-politician status.

    “His original agenda of sealing up the border and ending Bush-Obama regime change ran counter to both parties.”

    Since his campaign strategy was to present himself as an outsider, of course he had to pretend to take positions that ran counter to both parties. It’s now painfully obvious that his “original agenda” was nothing but disingenuous BS.

    “There’s been no one more hostile to Trump since Jan. 2017 than Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, both Republicans.”

    Talk is cheap.

    “As Darren Beattie said, McConnell’s tactic with Trump all along has been to block him on everything except for federal judges. And McConnell’s winning.”

    Everything, or just the things that Trump pretends to want but doesn’t really want? Funny that nobody’s been able to deter him from his war crimes and his provocations and his apparent drive to start WW3.

    “Now you’ll probably say, it’s all theater, they’re all in on it together, wake up & smell the coffee.”

    How will smelling coffee change the fact that it is all political theater?

    “I don’t believe it.”

    LOL! You think Trump is honest? Seriously?

    “Trump could have run as a Jeb Bush Republican and done just fine, but he didn’t.”

    Or so you barely assert; and so you barely assert without explaining how Jeb Bush lost the primary to Trump.

    “He took a huge risk saying the stuff he did, and won.”

    He won because agent Obama, agent Clinton and their deep state handlers helped him win. Or do you think it was just a coincidence that Obama attacked the Syrian army at Deir Ezzor in Sept. 2016, for example, which greatly escalated tensions with Russia just as the election was coming into the home stretch?

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Bragadocious
  82. ChuckO,

    Bolton? NSA? Do you mean NSC? Everything we hear about Bolton lately is ideological labeling as a so-called Neocon, more ambiguous bullshit, or tainting him by association with Israelis. Funny how everybody just forgot what Bolton did at the UN, when Bush shoehorned him in there without congressional consent. Bolton personally constipated the drafting of the Summit Outcome Document to remove awkward mentions of the magic word impunity. The old perv put up 700 amendments to obstruct the process.

    Now, who cares that much about impunity? And why would it be such a big deal, unless you had impunity in municipal law but the whole world was committed to ending impunity? Cause if you think about it, that’s what the whole world has been doing for 70 years, codifying the Pre-CIA Nuremberg Principles as international criminal law and developing state responsibility for internationally wrongful acts as customary and then conventional international law. Who doesn’t want that?

    CIA. Impunity is CIA’s vital interest. They go to war to keep it all the time.

    Bolton works for CIA.

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
  83. Trump is the greatest political disappointment of my lifetime. I really believed that he would do something about immigration and save our country.

    But the nose would have none of that.

  84. Rurik says:
    @notanon

    the Left hate Trump and want him impeached but the deep state just want him controlled.

    The left (liberal-progressive’ Jewish supremacists and their useful idiots) hate Trump because they see him as a representation of the Deplorables who voted for him. Working and middle class white men. The left would like to castrate all straight, white men. Duh.

    The right ((neocons)), on the other hand, see Trump as a quisling to rally the hated white men into dying for greater Israel. The perfect Commander and Chief of the Janissaries for Zion. You might call them the Alan Dershowitz wing of the Jewish supremacists.

    I see that mug on Tucker Carlson defending Trump, and he’s positively beaming.

    ‘Israel is going to get everything it wants from Trump’, is what I read in that face.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX, Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @notanon
    , @Z-man
  85. @notanon

    “the new narrative is they got him, Watergate 2.0”

    LOL! They got him alright; they got him 50 years ago.

  86. @Wally

    Since when don’t infantile, indoctrinated, neo-Marxists go crazy when they lose?

    With all due respect, this has nothing to do with party mudslinging.
    I made the example of WWE, you see choreographed fake fights, with predetermined winners and losers, good and bad guys. After the show, these guys all sit together and laugh about the theater they play for the audience.
    Then you have tons of websites, eagerly reporting even the slightest fart, they make a big fuzz about nothing, and they know perfectly well, its is all staged and fake, but they keep on reporting “fighter X almost won, but fighter Y was better, blabla”. Its all fake, a giant theater, to keep the masses sedated and passive. Bread and circuses, just a bit more sophisticated than in ancient Rome, and much more games than in ancient times.

    Underneath all this, there is a serious war between different mafia factions for dominance, internationalist jews vs nationalist jews to name just the two most obvious groups. Trump plays for team nationalist (jews).

  87. @Wally

    (zzzZigh) Once having strayed from the secure CODAH flock, the frequent commenter, Wally, opens himself up to both Wolf & Vampire Squid attacks. .

    For an example, he said: “If he (Adelson’s Judas Goat t-Rump) was so in the pocket of the Deep State there would have been no reason for the fake investigation, etc., etc.”

    O yea, Wall! Ha-ha-ha-ha. Etcetera, etceteras. (Zigh) Hillary would be worse; Hm, “if its and buts were Kosher candy & nuts, oh what a X-mas it would be”😟

    Fyi, to All assembled here:Israel’s selected Special Prosecutor Mueller’s “Russia gate” investigation & subsequent divisive & redacted 🙄 report has led to more advantageous division of my shock & awed “Homeland’s” population.

    Selah, The Protocols of Zion, Divide & Conquer.

    • Troll: Wally
  88. Agent76 says:

    February 26, 2019 The Empire: Now or Never

    Many people I talk to seem to think American foreign policy has something to do with democracy, human rights, national security, or maybe terrorism or freedom, or niceness, or something. It is a curious belief, Washington being interested in all of them. Other people are simply puzzled, seeing no pattern in America’s international behavior. Really, the explanation is simple.

    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/51174.htm

    MARCH 13, 2019 ‘Imperialism on Trial’ tour comes to Northern Ireland on March 19th and 21st

    Next week, the Imperialism on Trial tour comes to Belfast, Northern Ireland, and will include an impressive line-up of speakers, including two former British Ambassadors, a former British soldier, an Irish Republican writer, and a veteran CIA analyst – each presenting their own analysis of world events, and interrogating the role played at home and abroad – by western powers.

    https://21stcenturywire.com/2019/03/13/imperialism-on-trial-tour-comes-to-northern-ireland-on-march-19th-and-21st/

  89. @Oh no its the Illuminati

    See Col. L. Fletcher Proutys book The Secret Team , the CIA is the zionist chain dogs that rule America!

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  90. Mulegino1 says:

    A President is a prisoner of the White House like a Pope is a prisoner of the Vatican.
    It would take a reformer of the highest order to cleanse and straighten both of these institutions. Unfortunately, contemporary effeminate western society does not produce such men. Trump is the personification of the egotist and blowhard- he is self-assured and not reflective. He is sharp and clever but certainly no major intellect. His spontaneity , which is one enduring trait of his, is cancelled out by his buffoonish gaffes. He has no real lasting principles since his worldview lacks any transcendent or spiritual dimension. Men like Trump, notwithstanding their overbearing and dictatorial persona, are easily manipulated by sycophants and courtiers. The latter never confront- they grovel and burrow their way into positions of influence, or perhaps use subtle methods of blackmail.

    But Trump was, and is, still better than Hillary or any other of the Tweedle-Dem front runners. As Americans , we are ill served by the mediocrity and mendacity of our political so called “elites,” who are the laughing stock of history.

    • Agree: Rurik
  91. Saggy says: • Website
    @MarkU

    Its just a damned puppet show to keep the masses distracted while the deep state gets on with business as usual. WAKE UP.

    The deep state could get on with its business without this puppet show. So, what is the purpose? To put HC in office? To discredit Trump, who is the best president the deep state ever had? Or none of the above? It’s none of the above, the purpose of the puppet show is to destroy any respect for the US government itself, the whole shooting match. And it’s doing an admirable job.

    • Replies: @Realist
  92. notanon says:
    @Rurik

    The right ((neocons)), on the other hand, see Trump as a quisling to rally the hated white men into dying for greater Israel. The perfect Commander and Chief of the Janissaries for Zion.

    i agree that initially it was always a possibility he was a neocon plant i.e. neocons couldn’t get a war in Syria so decided to put up a candidate who’d promise stuff on trade and immigration to get into office but then ignore it all afterwards and just do neocon stuff but

    1) if so he didn’t need to say the anti-war stuff
    and
    2) neocons like Kristol hated him and did everything they could to stop him.

    You might call them the Alan Dershowitz wing of the Jewish supremacists. I see that mug on Tucker Carlson defending Trump, and he’s positively beaming.

    right but he’d be beaming like that even more if he knew Trump was originally isolationist but now is compromised and compliant.

    too early to tell for sure but my take is if neocons and the media now start going easier on him i think that will prove they got him and want to keep him in office.

    (nb it doesn’t change anything if he was always a shill or he wasn’t but they got him – the end result is the same)

    • Replies: @Rurik
  93. Herald says:
    @MarkinLA

    I share your hope, but only the slightest glimmer. Perhaps, the threat of imminent and catastrophic war on their soil might embolden Europe’s leaders, but even this still seems unlikely. Most of these craven souls have made their careers out of bending the knee to Uncle Sam and will always be incapable of change.

  94. It is entirely possible that new-tech surveillance methods that would make J. Edgar Hoover salivate entrap elites, with Deep State elites holding unsavory information over the heads of elected leaders, making them do the bidding of the top 20%ers while the US middle class sinks. But many of the little people who do not get to milk Peeping Tom Capitalism and the Surveillance State for the consolation of millions in book deals, six-figure speeches, campaign coffers filled with corporate dollars, six-figure corporate gigs for themselves and their kin post-office-holding and assorted global wheelerdealing also have unaddressed Fourth Amendment issues ignored by elites.

    All-about-me politicans cannot be expected to do anything about it, maybe due to Deep State shackles and maybe not.

    While Trump did get some votes based on promising non-interventionism in foreign policy, he mostly won due to his broken promise to end wage-undercutting, citizen-displacing, mass-scale illegal / legal immigration in a country with 95 million citizens (aged 16 to 65) out of the labor force, 40 years of wage decline and a part-time-gig economy. If he does not do this, any infrastructure spending with dollars freed up by ending costly foreign interventions will not benefit US citizens since foreign nationals, legally and illegally in the USA, will get the jobs.

    Trump has betrayed voters so much that I am tempted to vote for Bernie, albeit it probably wouldn’t help the situation since Bernie is just going to pursue more single-momma welfare and free college, even though many bachelor’s degree holders are not getting a return on their degrees anymore and haven’t for decades.

    And Bernie is now calling for prisoners to vote. Does that include murderers? If so the votes of murderers will count more than the votes of non murderers since murderers removed voters from the rolls by killing them.

    But that is in keeping with other policies favored by Democrats, like Hard Workers Last tax and welfare favoritism policies for non-hard-working, womb-productive citizens and noncitizens. This rigging of the labor market is favored no less by Democrats than Republicans since the Cheap Labor Lobby benefits from an endless supply of workers, needing part-time hours and low wages to stay below the earned-income limits for womb-productivity-based welfare programs and child tax credits.

    This includes all of the many womb-productivity-based monthly welfare programs for citizens and noncitizens that eliminate their major monthly bills—from rent to food and more—capping it off with monthly cash assistance and refundable child tax credit cash up to $6,431.

    Doing the right thing, like not pumping out more kids than you can afford to feed while working full time, gets you nothing in the USA, not even the dignity of being able to afford a one-room apartment, especially if you are single.

    Just like the murderer whose vote would count more than the non-murderer’s vote in Bernie’s “voting reform” plan, Republican and Democratic “reform plans”—from Clinton’s “welfare reform” to Trump’s “tax reform”—punish hard work and reward irresponsible sex and reproduction and / or part-time-slacker work.

    Take Trump’s tax reform, which favors no groups outside of the rich stock buybackers other than the part-time-working single moms, using their $6,431 refundable child tax credits on beach trips with boyfriends and the part-time-working married moms, supplementing ample spousal income with part-time work in absenteeism-friendly voted-best-for-moms office jobs, using their non-refundable child tax credit uphike to fund a kitchen re-do, done by illegal aliens with welfare and refundable child tax credit money, assuming they don’t work under-the-table.

    No wonder the USA is getting more corrupt.

    The womb producers get rewarded far more than the hard workers. And no, the hardworkers are not all in the group of dual-high-earner parents in the top 20%, keeping two good jobs under one roof, while low-wage daycare workers, elderly grandparents or NannyCam-surveilled babysitters raise their kids. Never has a group of high earners been so above-firing in their family-friendly, absenteeism-friendly jobs, likely due to computers that do more of their work.

    This won’t change whether I vote for Democrats or Republicans.

    My vote definitely won’t be based on whether one side of the elite’s political gravy train is trying to undermine the other, using the Deep State’s spying apparatus, since both sides of the Uniparty work together when it comes to propping up the rigged economy that serves the top 1% of business elites, the top 20% of above-firing dual-high-earner parents and their welfare-eligible, cheap servants.

  95. @DESERT FOX

    Wisely, DESERT FOX recalled Colonel Fletcher Prouty, and wrote: “…the CIA is the zionist chain dogs that rule America!”

    Dear DESERT FOX,

    As you know, for some very dramatic time, Attorney Garrison held Clay Shaw’s feet-to-the-fire while demonstrating the latter businessman’s🤑 connection to the Israeli company, Permindex.

    So naturally, a reasonable & respectful question arises, for which there is likely no available & conclusive determination.

    Are CIA, Mossad, and M16 joined as one (1) ruling and globally unaccountable 😈
    “(Western) Zionist chain dog” link? Tough one, D.F., but am confident you can intelligently handle it. Thanks & salud!

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
  96. Z-man says:
    @Rurik

    LOL, Alan Douche-a -witz. He is a little rodent, no? I’m hoping Trump is playing him and wont give Zion everything it wants but I’m not holding my breath.

  97. Tom Paine says:

    Make the whole Mueller Report ALL of it PUBLIC…so that the DEMs deep state traitors are exposed beginning with Rod Roshitstein, Debbie Wasserman (Awan), Obama, Clintosn, Brennan etc. etc.

  98. I dont buy it hes “hated” . I believe its been predetermined long time ago and he went along with it. Look at the Fraud fake “stock market”.. What a great way to get the masses against him then to stop falsely propping it up. Yet we get this great wealth raping from 99% to the 1%. IMHO the premise that hes up against them is just another great fraud perpetuated on the masses. Remember if its there for public consumption its usually far from reality .. The entire end goal is to de legitimize the office of the president and rape the country of its wealth at the same time. Hes just an actor going along with the me against them . Just a different angle on all this. Someday if he ever gets the balls to get the military to arrest every member of the CFR or AIPAC ill believe it but it aint gonna happen. Land of the free home of the brave. And hows that working out ??

  99. @Harold Smith

    You again?

    You claim to have always known Trump was a Deep State asset, but in 2016 you wrote this:

    And this is why Trump needs to move immediately to investigate 9/11. He needs to appoint the right people and set things in motion that will continue even if something should happen to him.

    Why would Trump do that if he was a Jew asset and investigating 9/11 would be bad for the Jews? You’re the one who said Jews blew up the towers and suddenly you think Orange Blormpf will bring them to justice? Not. Logical.

    Also, why would “something” happen to him if he was part of the grand cabal?

    You can’t explain any of this without appearing like more of an imbecile than you already are.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  100. Realist says:
    @notanon

    if he was part of it they wouldn’t have needed to bug him.

    the bugging would explain why he surrendered.

    You don’t understand diversion?

  101. @ChuckOrloski

    From what I have read, MI6 is under zionist control and is the template for the CIA and the Mossad and is the controller of both the CIA and the Mossad and all three are under zionist control.

    Another good book is The Committee of 300 by Dr. John Coleman a former officer in MI6 and his videos on youtube.

  102. It’s all just a bunch of bullshit kabuki theater and clickbait. I have to tune it out because the clown world absurdity is so off the charts you can’t take any of it seriously.
    Uh oh….lookout…they’re gonna get Trump…..they’re gonna get him….uh oh……lookout……they’re gonna get Hillary…..uh oh……they’re gonna get Obama…..lookout……uh oh…….

    C’mon.

    Behind the scenes all of those people are on some yacht having drinks and lobster. Kushner and Ivanka party with Chelsea and Hillary.

    It’s all a bunch of bullshit, and the nose always gets whatever the nose wants, and the American people always get screwed.

    • Agree: Johnny Walker Read
  103. Realist says:
    @Bragadocious

    Now you’ll probably say, it’s all theater, they’re all in on it together, wake up & smell the coffee.

    There you go.

    Yes he’s a disappointment but the good news is this: someone else will come along to advance the (candidate) Trump agenda.

    And you’ll fall for that one too.

    I can get you a hell of a deal on a bridge in Brooklyn.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
  104. Realist says:
    @jacques sheete

    Yup, and besides for them, it no doubt provides the dopamine rush the simple minded psychopathic mediocrities crave.

    Like catnip for dickheads.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  105. Realist says:
    @Curmudgeon

    There are people receiving benefits who are not entitled to them.

    That is true and a disgrace to those who have paid.

    The US Government has raided the fund by making it part of general revenue, instead of the Trust that it is supposed to be.

    Correct again….another scheme to take from the middle class and give to the wealthy.

    The “problems” of Social Security are a side show distraction to keep the focus away from the real problem: the politicians and their Wall Street paymasters.

    And correct one more time, hard to beat your record. In fact most commenters here do not fathom this reality….too Deep (State).

  106. Realist says:
    @TomSchmidt

    Using your formulation, who wins this confrontation?

    No one.

  107. Sean says:
    @NARAtive

    Brennan’s just another another conspiracy theorist now.

  108. Realist says:
    @Harold Smith

    Moreover, as orange clown pushes the self-destructive foreign policy, the “democrats”, orange clown’s made-for-TV “enemy,” seem to be waxing worse and worse.

    Yes, or orange ass clown.

  109. @Realist

    Behind the scenes all of those people are on some yacht having drinks and lobster.

    I entertain the idea, they played the US crowd like in WWE.
    They made Clinton say some repulsive stuff, which painted her as a big danger, thus, Trump suddenly became an option.
    The people behind the scenes have a very good knowledge of the human psyche and how the human brain works, which buttons have to be pushed that many people do something they anticipated due to the buttons pushed.
    I find WWE a good study how they stir and control a crowd of people and their reactions.

    Isn’t Trump good buddy with McMahon and installed his wife as “small business” chief?

    • Replies: @Realist
  110. Rurik says:
    @notanon

    1) if so he didn’t need to say the anti-war stuff
    and

    the only reason I was duped into voting for Dubya his first term, was because I was appalled at Clinton’s flouting of international law when he bombed Serbia, and Dubya said specifically said he wasn’t a “nation builder”. Boy oh boy was I chumped by that one.

    And we were all chumped by Obama, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, and serial war pig.

    But what choice do we have but to at least vote for the peace candidate, and then wait until, on cue, we’re all betrayed once again by the Jewish supremacist deepstate.

    So far, Trump hasn’t started any new wars. So as Mr. Giraldi says, “one hopes”…

    if neocons and the media now start going easier on him

    then we’re toast

    it seems the only metric we have for determining whether or not a person is rotten to the core, or not, is whether the media likes them, or not.

    If the media likes them, then they’re as rotten as they come.

    If the media hates them, (Ron Paul, Julian Assange

    others..)

    then there is likely at least something redeeming about them.

    The main reason for (pathetically) clinging to some tiny, gossamer wisp of hope for Trump, is that ((they)) continue to be unhinged in their hysterical enmity for all things Trump.

    But considering that he’s basically giving them everything they want, (sans an all out war on Iran), it seems the main reason they still hate his guts, is because the despised rubes in flyover country still like him. And I suppose because of a few good judges and justices.

    But as long as Bubba continues to proudly wear the hat, they’re going to hate Donald Trump with a seething malevolence.

    And I have to confess to getting great satisfaction by seeing these rats going apoplectic over Trump.

    a guilty secret of mine is that everyday that this sick, twisted bitch

    https://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/4dbf746ee84f4a07be81d3e41d1e79c5?width=650

    is *not* president, I smile inside.

  111. What a joke. Trump is a Zionist. The “deep state” is Zionist. The trillionaires are Zionists.

    Trump moved the US embassy to Jerusalem. Continues the illegal wars in Syria and Yemen. Unilaterally declares the Golan Heights to be Israeli territory.

    Kushner is Genie Energy. Cheney, et al. Stealing Syrian national wealth.

    Trump is a tool.

    Those who supported Trump are fools. Those who thought Mueller would find impeachable offenses are fools.

    We are all either fools or tools.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan, DESERT FOX
    • Replies: @Adrian E.
  112. Realist says:
    @MarkU

    At least someone gets it.

    I am glad you and a few others agree. It seams rather straight forward to me. The lies and false promises are too indicative of a scam. It is a circus with a real orange ass clown.

    This feeling of being deceived occurred to me in mid April 2017. And I posted comments to this blog stating such. If one wishs to spend the time to confirm this, my posts can be searched at that time.

    • Agree: renfro
  113. The digital wailing wall was a very dumb idea.

    The world owes us a effin lot.
    Now it’s your guys turn to deliver.

  114. Realist says:
    @notanon

    – more corporate donors as they might prefer a controlled Trump to a Sanders
    – they might throw him a symbolic bone on immigration to help him win in 2020

    The Deep State will never allow an uncontrolled candidate to win.

  115. notanon says:
    @Rurik

    yes

    it seems the only metric we have for determining whether or not a person is rotten to the core, or not, is whether the media likes them, or not

    double yes

  116. Mocking that they are “all in it together?”
    There is ample evidence that they ARE all in it together.
    The jewing is the constant undeniable force that runs the show.
    The idea that there are two “sides” is absurd.
    No matter which “side” is in “control,” our border remains wide open.
    The only logical explanation is that this is what the jews want because they
    think that destroying white people is “good for the jews.”
    The GOP is controlled opposition, but even that term gives them too much credit.
    They are no opposition at ALL.

  117. Realist says:
    @Saggy

    The deep state could get on with its business without this puppet show.

    The Deep States’ concern is 300 million really, really pissed off people. But from the looks of the number of dumb ass Americans…that concern is unfounded.

  118. @Bragadocious

    “You again?”

    No, the other Harold Smith, knucklehead.

    “You claim to have always known Trump was a Deep State asset, but in 2016 you wrote this:”

    You’re a liar. It was no secret that like many others here, I supported orange clown. I voted for orange clown. I gave him the benefit of the doubt.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
  119. The real “deplorable” in today’s United States is the continuation of a foreign policy based on endless aggression to maintain Washington’s military dominance in parts of the world where Americans have no conceivable interest. Many voters backed Donald J. Trump because he committed himself to changing all that, but, unfortunately, he has reneged on his promise –

    It’s highly unusual for politicians to lie and reneg on their promises… People deluded enough to place their trust in pimp/politicians deserve all the contempt the politicians have for them.

  120. notanon says:
    @Rurik

    the other potentially relevant thing about Trump imo is he made some comments on 9/11 at the time about how strong the twin towers were (i forget the exact details) which could be construed as walking the edge of disbelief.

    this may be related to Brennan in particular having such a hysterical reaction to Trump’s candidacy.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  121. Realist says:
    @Germanicus

    They made Clinton say some repulsive stuff,…

    They probably ask her to say some repulsive stuff…in fact it was probably her idea. Neither Clinton or Trump care about being President, they are just playing a role and making many millions.

    Isn’t Trump good buddy with McMahon and installed his wife as “small business” chief?

    Yes, but I believe McMahon has resigned.

  122. @Rurik

    it seems the only metric we have for determining whether or not a person is rotten to the core, or not, is whether the media likes them, or not.

    I would contend, this is not a reliable indicator. If they really dislike someone, they will simply not report anything at all. It would be a declared and enforced taboo to report.
    Negative publicity is also publicity, and the guys behind the curtain know this.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  123. @Realist

    I’ve already disposed of “Harold Smith,” now it’s your turn.

    Here’s what you wrote in 2016:

    I much prefer Trump over Clinton, but there are directions taken that are of concern to me. One is the consideration of Romney as Secretary of State. Setting aside the fact that Romney was over the top in denouncing Trump. He has no qualifications for the job

    Why would you prefer anyone? Your “schtick” is that it’s all a con job, they’re all the same, and we’re the suckers for believing in any of it. And yet here you were “much” preferring Trump. Care to explain that?

    Also, you objected to Mittens Romney as SOS because he was “over the top” in attacking Trump. Based on what you write now, shouldn’t that have been a great argument for him?

    You also wrote this:

    If all whites would vote in their own interest Trump would have won 70% of the vote

    Not quite your position today is it? Like Harold, you’re full of shit. You liked Trump just as many did, and now you’re attempting to rewrite history. If I were you, I’d ask Ron Unz to scrub commenting archives.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Harold Smith
  124. Realist says:
    @Rurik

    But what choice do we have but to at least vote for the peace candidate, and then wait until, on cue, we’re all betrayed once again by the Jewish supremacist deepstate.

    It won’t change anything, but you won’t feel betrayed.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Rurik
  125. notanon says:

    https://factba.se/transcript/donald-trump-interview-wwor-interview-september-11-2001

    he talks about how strong the structure was and he believed there had to be bombs as well.

  126. Rurik says:
    @notanon

    Trump imo is he made some comments on 9/11 at the time

    yes, 9/11 is our modern day JFK assassination

    the key to the deepstate’s nefarious workings.

    The Holy Grail of neocon treachery.

    I suppose that’s why they chose Mueller, because he was the director of the FBI during the 9/11 cover-up. So they knew in absolute terms that he was going to use his investigative powers to absolutely insure that the actual perps behind 9/11 would forever flout justice.

    Having Giuliani on Trump’s team is further insurance that 9/11-truth stays buried.

    If there were ever a crime for which I’d like to see the actual perpetrators investigated, tried and sentenced to hang by the neck for treason, it is 9/11.

    And if the world understood the implication of that singular crime, and how it will be used to terrorize the planet into submission to Zion, they’d too want to see it investigated.

    Perhaps Julian Assange has a doomsday plan, to release documents if he’s ever handed over to the regime. If so, you can bet your bottom dollar that the Internet will shut down on that day. And the Total Police State they’ve been setting up will come into immediate fruition.

    • Replies: @Iris
  127. Realist says:
    @Bragadocious

    I’ve already disposed of “Harold Smith,” now it’s your turn.

    Here’s what you wrote in 2016:

    There is not a chance in hell you’ll dispose of me.

    Why would you prefer anyone? Your “schtick” is that it’s all a con job, they’re all the same, and we’re the suckers for believing in any of it.

    That was three years ago and hope springs/sprang eternal…I voted for Trump but never again.

    Based on what you write now, shouldn’t that have been a great argument for him?

    No, he was an admitted warmonger.

    If all whites would vote in their own interest Trump would have won 70% of the vote

    Not quite your position today is it? Like Harold, you’re full of shit. You liked Trump just as many did, and now you’re attempting to rewrite history. If I were you, I’d ask Ron Unz to scrub commenting archives.

    That’s the way it appeared at the time. Yes, I fell for his bullshit….that is not rewriting history, it’s called waking up.
    I would never think of scrubbing my archives. In fact you should read my commet #113 in this article and review my comments from mid April 2017.

    That was the worst attempt at disposing me in a long time. You should ask a friend to get a crowbar and attempt to get you head out of your ass. You are one of the dumbest bastards on this blog….and that is quite an accomplishment.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
  128. @Bragadocious

    “I’ve already disposed of ‘Harold Smith,’ now it’s your turn.”

    ROTFL! The only thing you’ve “disposed of” here junior is your credibility (to the extent you had any to begin with).

  129. @Harold Smith

    Well I’m glad that’s out there. But let’s amplify it a bit.

    Harold Smith voted for Trump everyone. He supported Trump enthusiastically and thought he would bring the true 9/11 perpetrators to justice. Harold worried about Trump’s safety. But then Harold became disappointed. When, we don’t know. But at some point. And it was at that moment that Harold began insulting other Trump supporters to make his own regret and self-hatred somewhat more palatable. Harold is now taking his pills and vows to never get suckered like this again. (His friend/multi Realist is vowing this too)

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  130. Backstabber Trump Has Crawled Into Bed With The Treasonous DEEP STATE Bastards!

    I wrote this in March of 2018:

    John Brennan is a propaganda whore for the family that owns Comcast. Comcast runs NBC. I would call them the Roberts family, but none of them look like Henry Fonda, so I won’t. I don’t dare speculate what their real name is.

    Mike Morell is a propaganda whore for the family that owns Viacom. Viacom runs CBS. I don’t care how convoluted those shysters made the exact corporate control of CBS, they run it. The family name of these nasty Viacom shysters ain’t their real name either.

    President Trump should have declared war on the corporate propaganda apparatus and the Deep State on day number one of his administration. Trump let the shysters who run the corporate media and the treasonous rats in the Deep State off the hook.

    President Trump won the GOP presidential primary and the presidency itself because Trump promised to put the safety, security and sovereignty of America first. The largest vote getter in terms of specific issues was the IMMIGRATION issue. Trump had the chance to fire every damn treasonous rat in the Deep State and he didn’t do it. Trump betrayed his voters who wanted immigration reduced and illegal aliens deported.

    President Trump should face a GOP presidential primary challenger. Maybe that will force Trump to remove the Deep State, remove the current controllers of the corporate media and put America first.

    Trump should also call for an immigration moratorium and begin deporting all illegal aliens immediately.

    Trump’s problems with the corporate media and the Deep State stem from the fact that Trump didn’t immediately remove them when he had the chance. Trump’s voter base was more than ready for a “burn the boats on the beach” battle plan to defend the United States against the treasonous rats in the Deep State and the anti-White, anti-Christian shyster rats in the corporate media.

    • Replies: @getaclue
  131. Realist says:
    @Realist

    I meant to add ‘Don’t vote it won’t change anything, but you won’t feel betrayed. “

  132. I wrote this in 2017, let’s see somebody describe CIA Asshole John Brennan more succinctly:

    Former CIA Head Boob John “Leprechaun Baby Boomer” Brennan went to Fordham, supported the Communist Party in the presidential election of 1976, supports open borders mass immigration, wants to flood the United States with Muslims and most likely hates people who have English ancestry.

  133. Rurik says:
    @Germanicus

    If they really dislike someone, they will simply not report anything at all.

    that was the Ron Paul treatment

    but in some cases, they do the all out Hitler of the month.

    Saddam, Gadhafi, Assad, Putin shot down the plane! Putin invaded Ukraine! Putin hacked the election! Putin jails gays! Putin poisoned the spy and his daughter! Blah, fucking blah..

    I just posted a video of The Daily Show mocking Assange. So I guess they decide on a case by case basis what the best way is to demonize people they don’t like. Ignore Ron Paul. Trump = Hitler. Laugh at Assange.

    But if they like someone, then the rest of us can be certain that such a person is a rat.

  134. I find it hard to look at a photo of John Brennan without having the urge to beat the fuck out of him. He just has that look; the same look that Dick Cheney has. There’s just something about a soft-handed son of a bitch, who has never done a day’s work in his life, that comes out in his appearance. Assholes like the two of them always have that look of insufferable arrogance.

  135. #IsraelFirstTrump doesn’t appear perturbed by a coup targeting him. The real (((president))) must’ve assured him now that he’s under the Chosen-brella he’s free to golf and tweet free from fear.

  136. @Rurik

    I think the all out Hitler treatment is reserved for those they are pretending to demonize when, all the while, their target is one of the gang playing a role.

  137. getaclue says:
    @renfro

    You say “Pulitzer Prize Winner” — like it means something? More like Leftist Deep State enabling hack award….Trump has been audited for years and always cleared by the IRS–the Deep State in Congress has no right to rifle the tax returns of those whose politics they oppose which is what Obama did while in power to the Tea Party thru the IRS–you’re a partisan for Leftist Lunatics who want open borders and a Venezuela type “Socialism” in the USA while depriving us all of any kind of decent life thru “Climate Change” hoax taxation and stripping of Rights etc….–no thanks! The “Pulitzer” is no “prize” anymore if in fact it ever really was, most of the Leftist Media are all for ending Free Speech rights for all who don’t agree with them, they’re getting “Pulitzers” for this type of bs and lying about “Russian Collusion” for 2 years….Perhaps the Prize winner should have got a Nobel too like Obama did….All meaningless these days to anyone with any intelligence….If UNZ here had more of a following it would be targeted like Infowars at some point to be shadow banned, censored and shut down as it allows difference of opinions and the “Prize” winners are all against that….

  138. OMG, you’ve nailed it!!! These are the exact reactions I’ve had to the Washington DC circus. It’s all a huge distraction. There aren’t two political parties, only one, and that one is dedicated to making war on the US populace though deceit in order to asset strip them and make them utterly subservient to the elite class.

    As good ole George Carlin used to say about policies, pronouncements and activities of the US government, “It’s all bullshit, folks, and it’s bad for ya.”

  139. getaclue says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    He didn’t “have the chance”– he had nearly zero support from the Uniparty and that’s how we got “Russia Collusion” hoax lies for 2 years–you live in a dream world……

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
  140. @Daniel Rich

    Didn’t HRC get 3 million more votes
    ….. the people chose her
    ..
    Not me but yknow

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
  141. chris says:
    @renfro

    It’s the oldest trick in the book, you build up massive, hysterical pressure on your victim to keep him scared and running, then you place your people around him to ‘help him find a way out!’ They’re playing him like the old fiddle he is.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan, renfro
  142. getaclue says:
    @Amerimutt Golem

    Yes…so much better off with your dream of Hillary Clinton in office…cackling over the murder of Kaddafi–there you go….

  143. @Realist

    Yes, I fell for his bullshit….that is not rewriting history, it’s called waking up.

    And now you go around insulting anyone who thinks an America First agenda still has legs.

    You might want to hold back on the insults, but then that isn’t your game is it. Everyone’s stupid except you. But now it turns out you’re stupid, because you “fell for his bullshit.”

    Once again so everyone can hear it. REALIST USED TO LOVE TRUMP.

    But now, like Harold, you’ve taken to insulting people to alleviate the regret and self-hatred that comes with being exposed as a sucker, same as everyone else.

    That was the worst attempt at disposing me in a long time

    Actually “disposing” requires an “of” as it is intransitive. Which you clearly don’t know because you’re an imbecile.

    • Replies: @Realist
  144. @BengaliCanadianDude

    Hillary Clinton got more votes than Trump because of the vote tally from Los Angeles County and the Bronx and Queens and Manhattan and Brooklyn.

    Racial electoral sectionalism from the coasts.

  145. @getaclue

    Andrew Jackson took on the Biddle boy banker scum from Boston and New York and Philadelphia and Trump could have taken on the DEEP STATE rats. Trump lacked the balls and guts and heart of Andrew Jackson.

    Jackson and Trump had and have Scottish ancestry of some portion. Andrew got the Scottish ancestry with BALLS!

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  146. @Rurik

    but in some cases, they do the all out Hitler of the month.

    Saddam, Gadhafi, Assad, Putin shot down the plane! Putin invaded Ukraine! Putin hacked the election! Putin jails gays! Putin poisoned the spy and his daughter!

    Sure, but I would assume the USAF will not bomb Capitol Hill and the US marines probably will not invade the Hill. Though, they probably should.

    Yes, but I believe McMahon has resigned.

    Doesn’t matter, they probably hired or asked the WWE creative team, they eventually made heel Clinton. Its more about the proximity of Trump to the WWE circus.

  147. @Rurik

    Mike Pence looks like a lesbian.

    • LOL: Rurik
  148. Rurik says:
    @Realist

    It won’t change anything, but you won’t feel betrayed.

    well, I’m still glad I voted for Trump.

    Perhaps in the grand scheme of things, it won’t make any difference by way of policy, because we’ll get open borders and Eternal Wars for Israel and a Total Police State and all the rest..

    but, here is one thing that I disagree with you about –

    Neither Clinton or Trump care about being President

    that murderous pig wanted to be president so bad it bent the laws of gravity at the edges of our solar system.

    she coveted power like no gorgon of mythology could have even dreamed. The netherworld ugliness of Hillary’s soul could have turned Medusa to stone.

    There are none who’s lust for power can split diamonds like the mediocre and mean-spirited. And Hillary’s mean (in every sense of the word) spiritedness is beyond legendary.

    Her soul already belonged to Satan, so there was no bargaining chip there, but how many innocent souls of Syrians and Iranians and Lebanese and Ukrainians and Russians and Yemenis and young Americans… she would have eagerly sacrificed into Moloch’s pyres, (just like she did Libyans and so many others..), is uncontestable, and certainly in the multi-millions, if not more.

    If you were to ask her, ‘how many innocent lives would you crush in order to be the most powerful woman in the world, with the absolute power of life and death over your legions of enemies…

    I would posit that such a number would easily be in the billions.

    • Agree: Agent76, annamaria
    • Replies: @c matt
    , @Realist
  149. Skeptikal says:
    @renfro

    “Finally, the returns may well establish how much money he has been getting from Russians, Saudis, people from the Emirates, and elsewhere. They may show whether he has been engaged in money laundering for these people through real estate transactions and other actions that make no business sense, but, when closely examined, show exactly what we see when there’s money laundering. I think the record is pretty clear that he has been doing that. “:

    I’m fine with that—but let’s do EVERYONE!!! Shouldn’t presidential candidates also be beyond reproach? Let’s take a look at the Clinton Foundation as well as Trump’s tax returns. I will lay money of the proposition that although the Clintons have sanctimoniously released tax returns, they have used their foundation as a receptacle and conduit for $$$$ from and to various sources , hiding funds, shoving them around, using supposedly charitible donations for political purposes and influence in a way that Trump was/is too unsophisticated to do.

    And, while we’re at it. let’s look at all funds from all tentacles of the Israel lobby. That will certainly be even-handed hounding and ensnarement of politicos of both parties.

  150. @Rurik

    But if they like someone, then the rest of us can be certain that such a person is a rat.

    Yes, I think they like Pence even more than Trump, because Pence is an evangelical lunatic, who would happily, and without hesitation wage war for Israel.

    Usually the vice actors are the more dangerous people, they keep the prime puppet in check. Biden was more dangerous than Obama, Pence is more dangerous than Trump,
    Cheney is more dangerous than Bush.
    Medvedev is more dangerous than Putin.

  151. anonymous[472] • Disclaimer says:
    @christopher washington

    Did you ever make some more detailed study of what psychopathy is?

    Given what evil the whiteys have wrought on the world, and given Giraldi’s own skin-tone, I suppose it would be too much to ask for some racial self-diagnosis.

    Apparently it is all limited to… Clinton, Bush, Obama (whitey-asslicker), Trump, … whitey Neoscum/Jooscum… never about the many “psychopaths” who enabled them, in their haloed “democrazies.”

  152. anonymous[472] • Disclaimer says:
    @Robjil

    Everyone’s body is a temple of God/Christ too.

    That is some pretty hindoo pagan bile right there.

    Check out for yourself…

    https://www.hinduwebsite.com/symbolism/thebody.asp

    1. The body is a temple. Since the soul is housed inside the body, in the cave of the heart, the body is also compared to a temple of God

    I have always made the point that Christianity is a sub-sect of Hinduism. What we have here is just one little proof of that.

    You pagan polytheist mangods-worshipping fools. Lol!

  153. Art says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    People just do not get the power these crazy mystical Kabbalah Jews have. Since Crater, every year, the US president must meet with these rabbis. They push the Third Temple. And they push Jew Noahide Law for the whole world. Jarrad Kushner and his family are rabid high order Kabbalists.

    Ivanka, Jarrad, and grandchildren have power over Trump. It is obvious. No one should dispute that.

    These Kabbalists (rabbis and Jarrad) whispering in Trumps ear are very dangerous. They are feeding him visions of biblical greatness. He craves adulation. He is incapable of saying no to Javanka. They tell him that he is the modern King Cyrus who liberated the Jews.

    All these left and right political arguments are eye wash – the actual battle is about Jew power and not Jew power. What matters is Christian Idealism vs. Jew hegemony.

    Hmm – many of European ancestry have been talked into abandoning Christian Idealism. They are fools, they are abandoning the very thing that made their culture and ancestors successful.

    Think Peace — Art

    • Replies: @anonymous
  154. c matt says:
    @animalogic

    I don’t know, I think the election itself proves more people hate Hillary than hate Trump. I am sure Trump has his true believers (as does Hillary), but I bet almost anyone would have beaten him EXCEPT Hillary. She just comes across as the most dis-likable person currently inhabiting our orb, and perhaps ever to inhabit it (or at least in the top 20).

  155. Rurik says:

    Medvedev is more dangerous than Putin.

    except that I personally don’t see Putin as dangerous in the least. Quite the contrary in fact.

    I see Putin as the only adult in the geopolitical room. The man willing to take on the drooling beast on the world’s stage.

    Were it not for Putin, then those ‘seven countries in five years’ Gen. Clark was talking about would toast by now.

    Putin is a statesman, whereas Pence and Obama and Trump are lickspittles to cretinous toads like Sheldon Adelson. What that must be like, eh?

    It’d be one thing to have to genuflect to a giant of a man, a Caesar or a Bismarck perhaps, but to have to lick the hand of a man like Adelson, must be one hell of an ignominious degradation.

    • Agree: renfro
    • Replies: @Germanicus
    , @Art
  156. @Charles Pewitt

    Charles Pewitt cast his line into Shallow State game water, and said: “Trump could have taken on the DEEP STATE rats. Trump lacked the balls and guts and heart of Andrew Jackson.”

    Dear Charles,

    By it’s very name & habitat (location), one could tell how the “Deep State” was designed to be inaccessible to average, unreliable, & subsequently disposable “Homelander” rats.

    (Zigh) ZUS Executive Branch staffing requires charismatic & “Exceptional” rats!

    So please try & comprehend the fact that
    Jewish billionaires and ZUS Jewish Lobbies are not pikers. They did not select Donald J. t-rump as token Shabbos goy “Deep State” preZident for his theatrical populist & MAGA “balls and guts”! 🙄

    Their 2017 campaign selection criterion was distinguishably opposite the character of Andrew Jackson, who as you importantly emphasized, “… took on the Biddle boy banker scum from Boston and New York and Philadelphia.”

    Doubtless, t-Rump is a fucking Bloodless & Gutless experience.

    Thanks, Charles P.!

  157. c matt says:
    @Realist

    Well, there is some national interest (not national defense) in these wars: control of resources, imposition of reserve currency seem to be the strongest interests. But those are the interests of an empire that seeks to control the world, not a nation that seeks to protect and defend its people.

    • Replies: @Realist
  158. Adrian E. says:
    @Wallbanger

    Of course, Trump is pro-Zionist, and he hardly needed any pressure for this. Kushner is a close friend of Netanyahu, and we don’t know anything about conflicts between Trump and Kushner.

    But I think the Russiagate conspiracy theory still may have served important foreign policy goals.

    I think it is important to distinguish between Israeli foreign policy and US neocon foreign policy, even though they are close allies. At least superficially, these are two rather different things, and to me, it is an open question to what degree these differences are only superficial.

    US neocons follow the doctrine of „full spectrum dominance“. This leads them to having military bases all over the world, stoking up conflicts, and destabilizing countries that have or want good relations with rivals like China and Russia. The idea that such „full spectrum dominance“ will be used for the benefit of Israel certainly goes a long way for explaining why neocons think it is worth the price – after all, many US neocons are Jewish Zionists, and many of their lower-rank supporters are Christian Zionists. But their goal of „full spectrum dominance“ goes beyond matters related to Israel, it leads to conflicts and tensions all over the world, Israel is just one of the motivating factors.

    Israeli foreign policy is very different. It does not share the US‘ hostility towards other great powers. Israel has good relations with Russia and China. It refused to follow the US and the EU in sanctioning Russia, Netanyahu meets Putin regularly, and, like Trump with the Golan recognition, Putin also gave Netanyahu a present a short time before the elections (retrieving remains of an Israeli soldier who was missing since 1982 from Syria). Of course, Russia and Israel supported different sides in Syria, but they still seem to take into account each other‘s interest to some degree. Israel also has good relations and a strong economic partnership with China and participates in the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative. The general principle seems to be that whenever there is a conflict and rivalry, Israel wants to have good relations and influence on both sides. There are some exceptions, in the Sunni-Shia conflict, Israel only has behind-the-scenes influence on the Sunni-Wahhabi side, but that is probably one of the reasons why good relations with Russia, which has closer contacts with Iran, are important to Israel. In the case of the conflict in Ukraine (which is quite relevant for Israel because many Israeli citizens are from Russia or Ukraine), Israel remained neutral and has strong connections to both sides. Such a policy of keeping good relations with as many powerful nations as possible obviously seems smart for a smaller (albeit in many respects very strong) country in a difficult part of the world.

    Of course, the Israeli government is very much aware that there could hardly ever be a powerful country where Israel is as influential as it is in the US. Israel has some significant influence in Western Europe and Russia, criticizing Israel can be risky, and overall, these countries have rather pro-Israeli policies (as does, as far as I know, China). But they will never be as extremely pro-Israeli as the US. There are many votes in the UN were there is just Israel and the US on one side (sometimes together with some tiny micronations that depend on the US). Therefore, it is in Israel‘s interest that the US tries at all cost to gain influence relative to other great powers that are less extremely pro-Israeli. Thus, US neocons who drive the US towards a costly „full spectrum dominance“ policy are unequivocally positive and worthy of support from the perspective of the Israeli government. But for Israeli foreign policy itself, due to risk management considerations, the priorities are different. The best-case scenario for them is that a) Israeli influence in the US remains strong and b) the US can achieve and maintain „full-spectrum dominance“ for a long time. But they also know that this best-case scenario is far from assured, and therefore, they also consider good relations between Israel and potentially powerful countries like China and Russia important.

    I think Trump‘s foreign policy ideas (before any pressure was applied to him) was quite close to the Israeli ideas (rather than the positions of the US neocons). Unlike Israel, he had some ideas about confronting China (mainly on trade), and certainly, he wanted pro-Israeli policies, but it seems he also wanted to have a general policy of „getting along“ with relatively important countries rather than pursuing „full-spectrum dominance“ wherever possible and stoking up proxy conflicts at every occasion. On the whole, it seems Trump wanted a US foreign policy that is closer to the Israeli one than to the one of US neocons. If Israel can „get along“ with Russia, why shouldn‘t the US? The Israeli and international press does not scream „treason“ every time Netanyahu and Putin meet (which they do quite often).

    This idea of a normalization of US-Russian relations is what led to such strong opposition from US neocons. I think they all knew that it would never be in doubt that Trump‘s policies would be pro-Israeli. But that was not enough for them. According to them, the US, unlike Israel, has to have a strongly anti-Russian stance.

    I think there are two plausible explanations, one that does involve Israel and one that does not. They may both be partially be true (probably, for some US neocons, it is more the one, while for others, it is more the other).

    The first explanation is that US neocons who strongly identify with Israel, as I argued above, recognize that Israel should have good relations with Russia and China because of risk management considerations, but at the same time, Israel wants to have the US to have as much power as possible because it will never have as much influence in Russia and China as it has in the US. The Russia hysteria has helped increasing military spending (and Democrats going along with this), which may increase the chances of „full spectrum dominance“ – and this dominance will, among other things, be used on behalf of Israel. In that case, it may have been a kind of misunderstanding. Trump may have thought that for neocons, it would be enough if he is pro-Israeli and anti-Iranian and has normal, non-hostile relations with Russia, as Israel has – ignoring that the roles Israel and the US should play according to the neocons are very different.

    But I am not so sure if Israel would really have minded much if the US had normalized its relations with Russia. Netanyahu hardly ever was hostile towards Trump, he knew he was a reliable ally. Some may even think it weakens the ability of the US to support Israel if it gets entangled in conflicts and confrontations all over the world. So, I suppose that for many true Israel-firsters, Trump was hardly seen as a problem (as long as he is pro-Israeli and anti-Iranian, and there had hardly been any doubt that he is). There also do not seem to be strong indications about Israeli involvement in Russiagate/Spygate. Some Israelis seem to have been involved in the entrapment of Papadopoulos, but it was not necessarily the Israeli government as a whole that was behind this (they may just have been needed because Israeli energy policy is one of the main specializations of Papadopoulos), and I think there are at least as strong indications of an Israeli involvement on the pro-Trump side. Russiagate/Spygate mainly seems to be an affair of US and British intelligence services, not so much of Israel. Certainly, in the US, many neocons were strongly involved, but it may not have so much to do with Israel. While support of Israel is one of the reasons why some neocons passionately pursue „full-spectrum dominance“, for many of them, this has probably become a goal in itself, even in cases in which it is not needed for Israel – partially for ideological reasons, partially because many of them profit from increased military spending.

  159. yep says:
    @Realist

    i strongly believe that Breenan and others will be executed through all of this…..trump has to send a strong message out there….and some of these executions will make this message really strong….don’t fu*k with the president ever again….period

    • Replies: @sally
  160. Iris says:
    @Rurik

    If there were ever a crime for which I’d like to see the actual perpetrators investigated, tried and sentenced to hang by the neck for treason, it is 9/11.

    Agree button already used.

  161. To think that any indictments will come of this is naïve, and an understatement of the power of the deep state. The only thing that keeps Trump alive is his usefulness to Netanyahu, also known as Benji the NutnYahoo.

  162. @Rurik

    except that I personally don’t see Putin as dangerous in the least. Quite the contrary in fact.

    Me neither, but for the propaganda infested masses, he probably is.
    I only have a problem with the Russian view on WWII, they still peddle the lies.
    If they want to sign peace and have an alliance, they got to fix this.

    I would also like to see the imperial eagle back on the Kremlin. This five pointed red star still rules Russia, and is in my view a disgrace, a symbol of tyrants and genocidal maniacs.

    But there is slight hope, once the old red guard have been recalled home to their father, the devil.

    Much has happened in the last eight decades, but the red stars on top of the Kremlin’s towers have survived. They are symbols of a bygone era and a reminder of the country’s communist past. Twenty-seven years after the fall of the Soviet Union they continue to shine, but the likes of the Orthodox Church want them taken down.

    https://www.rbth.com/history/326520-kremlin-stars-symbols-of-ussr

    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @Alden
  163. anonymous[472] • Disclaimer says:
    @Art

    Hmm – many of European ancestry have been talked into abandoning Christian Idealism. They are fools, they are abandoning the very thing that made their culture and ancestors successful.

    Since pagan polytheist mangods-worshipping Christianity is simply one manifestation of some garden variety godlessness, a pestilence which has plagued mankind since forever, it never had the power to endow whatever fleeting worldly success your kind has achieved so far.

    The “success” you all so exult in is simply a manifestation of the cliche, “every dog has its day.”

    Yes, it is also fact that your added demon religion of Whitey Supremacy has “gifted” your kind with unlimited Greed and Psychopathy, which also helped much in enabling “whitey dogs having their day,” for far too long.

    But still, all things come to an end, as the Day of Reckoning approaches, and your sorry godless souls will pay for what you have wrought.

    • Replies: @Art
  164. Trump Is A Complete And Total Whore For Shelly Adelson And Jared Kushner

    Shelly Adelson and Jared Kushner push mass legal immigration and illegal immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Shelly Adelson and Jared Kushner put the interests of Israel ahead of the interests of the United States.

    The DEEP STATE rats are just as evil as Adelson and Kushner.

    The USA needs a George Washington or Andrew Jackson To Smash The Treasonous Rats

    Tweet from 2015:

  165. Art says:
    @Rurik

    Putin is a statesman, whereas Pence and Obama and Trump are lickspittles to cretinous toads like Sheldon Adelson. What that must be like, eh?

    It’d be one thing to have to genuflect to a giant of a man, a Caesar or a Bismarck perhaps, but to have to lick the hand of a man like Adelson, must be one hell of an ignominious degradation.

    Rurik,

    Hear hear – you are so right – how totally degrading – Adelson is a gambling gangster in China.

    How low can we go – Jew gambling money from a rival country controls America.

    Adelson’s money has so far bought Israel, Jerusalem and the Golan – what is next the Third Temple, to be followed by an Iran war?

    Do No Harm — Art

    p.s. Is Adelson crazy Kabbalah also?

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  166. Divineyes says: • Website
    @animalogic

    The Jews went wild because they fear another Holy Christian Alliance. It will spell their end. Also, they have a deep vendetta against Russia for religious reasons. If Trump and Putin are friends, it will make it harder for the Jews to subvert and destroy what they fear most: STRONG CHRISTIAN NATIONS! BOO!

  167. renfro says:
    @notanon

    Shaun just told you why.
    And….government and politics is not about governing and the people…..its about the ‘parties’
    We have government ‘of, ‘for and ‘by the parties……not the people.

  168. c matt says:
    @Rurik

    ‘how many innocent lives would you crush in order to be the most powerful woman in the world, with the absolute power of life and death over your legions of enemies…

    HRC: However many it took.

  169. anonymous[472] • Disclaimer says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Having failed at lobbying President Putin to join in with international Jewry’s global effort to create Greater Israel…

    Failed? You, sir, have little idea what you speak of.

    Putin’s Russia is as much a tool of the Jooscum, as the Great Satan… your “Homeland”?

    https://eurasiafuture.com/2019/04/12/putinyahus-rusrael/

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
  170. Anonymous[209] • Disclaimer says:

    IF the USA is a Constitutional Democratic Republic one man one VOTE…why do the JEWS with only six million people rule over a country with 300millions+ NON jews???? how can the jews violate ALL USA LAWS so openly, blatantly, flagrancy …almost with such cynical actitud. What would happen IF the Jewish Mafia AIPAC. ADL, SPLC, JWC, etc. were INVESTIGATED, prosecuted, UNDER the LAWS of the USA Constitution FCC, FEC, DOJ, DOD, Patriot Act…when will Americans understand that must organize a counter opposition force such as a non jewish PAC to elect NON JEWS from the local to the Federal levels…He that doesnt fight for his LIFE does not deserve it. An with the annexatio of the Golan, teh West Bank the Muslim countries MUST boycott Israel all of them, withdraw from the UN in masse..

  171. Alden says:
    @Germanicus

    Philip was so in debt to the Templar’s he gave them access to the national treasure. They removed all the gold jewels everything to their fortified Temple. Philip arrested them and got it back.

    Their usury, balloon payments, requiring all sorts of co signers 500% interest, home invasion mortgage foreclosure tactics; made the Jews look like charitable saints

  172. Rurik says:
    @Germanicus

    I only have a problem with the Russian view on WWII, they still peddle the lies.

    yes, they want to pretend that the Red Army (rapists) were liberators, when they never liberated anyone. Only enslaved nations and people for generations.

    But Russians also suffered under the commie horrors, and so I’m with you (and the Orthodox Church) in looking forward to the day when Russia will finally repudiate that terrible era, and join with Germany and Poland and Ukraine and the rest of Europe and the West as our long lost brother. For too long suffering under the Bolshevik yoke and its false narratives.

    Putin wrested Russia away from the Jewish supremacists who had looted her under Yeltsin, and the final victory will be when he leads Russia as the Lion of the West, vouchsafing Europa from the clutches of the banking cabal, which has it today by the hair of its head.

    I too hope they take down those awful red symbols to human oppression. The two headed eagle is a proud symbol of Russian traditions, heritage and greatness. And I look for the day when it again reigns over the Kremlin, and give the Russian people hope and pride in their remarkable and heroic saga as a people and a nation.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  173. Svigor says:

    I could jump on the anti-war bandwagon and criticize the J-left regime that way, but I think I’ll take a cue from the anti-war types, who won’t show anti-immigration advocates any solidarity, and keep mum.

    Basically, fuck you anti-war types. You never help me, so I won’t help you.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
    , @L.K
  174. Alden says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    Not to defend Trump, but some court or other has overturned virtually every anti immigration exec order he’s ever made.

    It doesn’t take a trial. He makes an order, the liberals quickly type up an argument against, electronically file it that night and a day later some judge anywhere in the country issued an injunction that the order cannot be enforced.
    Then the trial for or against the order starts. It takes years. Meanwhile, a million immigrants cross the border and get full welfare while working in the food industry.

    We can’t boycott food. But we can boycott all restaurants and convenience store snacks. Also try to buy food at union supermarkets as only illegal aliens aren’t admitted to unions. Allegedly.

    Someone asks you to dinner? Offer to cook at home for him. You’ll lose weight too. Ever deconstructed an Asian or Mexican meal? An ounce of meat scraps buried in 2,000 calories of carbohydrates.

  175. Agent76 says:

    Apr 23, 2019 Pompeo Finally Tells The Truth: ‘We Lie, We Cheat, We Steal’

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor John Bolton have vowed to strangle Iran and cut off all oil exports.

  176. Philip was so in debt to the Templar’s he gave them access to the national treasure

    How came the debt into being? What debt? Or was it more about what the Templars found in the temple mount they did not want to share?

    The Templars had at this time silver smelting and mines in Peru, according to them.

  177. annamaria says:
    @renfro

    How does Trump tax return look on a balance with the treasonous, anti-Constitutional behavior of Brennan, Comey, Clinton, Obama, Clapper and the presstituting chorus of “liberal” media?

    Since the tsardom of Dick Cheney, the US Constitution had become quaint. Moreover, the “democracy on the march” and other “humanitarian interventions” initiated by the ultimate coward Bush the lesser and by the ultimate hypocrite and narcissist Obama, have destroyed completely the value of diplomacy and international law with regard to the ZUSA foreign policy.

    Your obsession with the petty problem of Trump’s taxes does not allow you to take a notice of Brennan’s great achievements in Ukraine: the successful regime-change in Kiev and initiation of the civil war with the pro-federalists in eastern Ukraine. Currently, the US Congress and the US citizenry at large have been tasting the unpalatable medicine developed by the CIA during the decades of smothering the weaker countries with “appropriate” regime changes.

    The treasonous Russiagate — up to Comey’s willful inactivity towards Clinton’s server (and Comey’s rejection of Assange’ plea that the DoJ wanted at that time) — is a direct consequence of the perfidious autocratic rule established years ago by the five-deferment Cheney.
    The rot has got deep into the system.

    • Replies: @renfro
  178. renfro says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Are Trump supporters too stupid to exist?

    The Orange blob lies_________________________________

    Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    Follow Follow @realDonaldTrump
    So great that oil prices are falling (thank you President T). Add that, which is like a big Tax Cut, to our other good Economic news. Inflation down (are you listening Fed)!
    ________________________________________________

    Reality Is…

    Oil prices are way up . https://www.bloomberg.com/quote/CL1:COM

    Then there the tariffs.

    Trump’s Washing Machine Tariffs Stung Consumers While Lifting Corporate Profits
    New research shows domestic manufacturers instead padded profits and raised prices on a wide variety of laundry items.
    Companies raised both washer and dryer prices last year, by 11.5 percent each, a new study says.
    Associated Press
    By Jim Tankersley
    April 21, 2019
    President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on imported washing machines has had an odd effect: It raised prices on washing machines, as expected, but also drove up the cost of clothes dryers, which rose by $92 last year.
    What appears to have happened, according to new research from economists at the University of Chicago and the Federal Reserve, is a case study in how a measure meant to help domestic factory workers can rebound on American consumers, creating unexpected costs and leaving shoppers with a sky-high bill for every factory job created.
    Research to be released on Monday by the economists Aaron Flaaen, of the Fed, and Ali Hortacsu and Felix Tintelnot, of Chicago, estimates that consumers bore between 125 percent and 225 percent of the costs of the washing machine tariffs. The authors calculate that the tariffs brought in $82 million to the United States Treasury, while raising consumer prices by $1.5 billion.
    And while the tariffs did encourage foreign companies to shift more of their manufacturing to the United States and created about 1,800 new jobs, the researchers conclude that those came at a steep cost: about $817,000 per job
    Mr. Trump imposed the tariffs last year in response to a complaint by the Michigan-based manufacturer Whirlpool, which claimed foreign competitors were cornering the American washing machine market with cheaper models that threatened domestic manufacturers. The tariffs started at 20 percent per imported washer and rose to 50 percent late in the year, after total imports exceeded a quota set by the administration.
    Mr. Trump, a self-proclaimed lover of tariffs, hailed the move as a way to help American production and jobs. The president, who has also imposed tariffs on imported steel, aluminum, solar panels and a wide variety of products from China, has repeatedly — and falsely — asserted that America’s trading partners foot the bill.
    That is not the case.
    The costs of tariffs are paid by some combination of consumers, in the form of higher prices for the products they buy, and companies, which sometimes accept lower profit margins in order to avoid losing sales when tariffs are applied.
    In the case of washing machines, Mr. Trump seems to have found a policy that forces consumers to pay the full cost of tariffs — and then some.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
    , @Wally
  179. Realist says:
    @c matt

    Your comment is contradictory.

  180. Realist says:
    @Rurik

    Agreed Hillary is a despicable bitch.

  181. @Realist

    My question was: “What are their names/faces? Where do they live/work? What are their routines/habits? ”

    You’ve given me white noise as a reply, no names. Thank you. Keep the problem trucking.

    Let’s call it ‘The Cabal.’ An equally meaningless phrase. Who is ‘The Deep State?’

    • Replies: @Realist
  182. JEinCA says:

    One of the reasons I voted for DJT was because I wanted to know if the ubelected elites (who control the Deep State) would ever voluntarily surrender the reigns of power in DC without bloodshed. Now I unequivocally know the answer to that question. There is no democracy, there is no Republic and any Constitutional Rights us American citizens have left hang by a thread (think 1st and 2nd Amendments).

    At this point Trump is either a hostage of the Deep State or he has joined them.

  183. renfro says:
    @Shaun

    Seems like a lot of smoke and mirrors to me. I think they are doing it purely to distract us

    Exactly.
    As we can tell from some commenters here a lot of people don’t do the details.
    They’d rather read opinions and net political comic sites than work to find whats really going on. Are they too mentally lazy to exist? I would say so. Out with the knuckle draggers and banana brains.
    There are places where you can find out whats happening like Thomas.gov and govtrac and DCReport

    “First and foremost, our goal here is to cover what the administration and Congress do, not what they tweet or say they’re going to do,” said Johnston in an interview last week, before the Trump story broke. This, he said, means getting in the weeds. An early DCReport story focused on an obscure rules tweak that would let Congress give away federal lands irrespective of its worth. “Nobody reported on this,” said Johnston. “I just thought that this was just a perfect example of how journalists are watching the debate and what politicians say, and they’re not covering what they do. And that’s what matters.”
    DCReport

  184. Realist says:
    @Bragadocious

    Perhaps someday you’ll grow up….if someone doesn’t kill you first.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
  185. dale ruff says:

    The effort to get rid of Trump started at the ballot box where a clear majority of voters rejected him.Had it not been for Trump asking the Russians to hack and publish and help him defeat Clinton, along with Assange who used his now corrupted power to time the 3 Wkeilaks dumps to most hurt Clinton and protect Trump, had it not been for superspook Putin who saw a way to help Trump and
    destabilize and weaken America, there would be Presidnt Trump.

    n other words, there can no criminal conspiracy to oust Trump, as this article, taking its idea from Trump himself, since he was never legitimate. Removing an illegitimate ruler is a right, according to our founding document. Trump is illegitimat because 1.he came to power through an election rigged by himself, Assange, and Puptin and 2.0 a legitimate ruler must have consent of the govcrned and he has not had that for even on day.

    Right now, 55% of Americans dispprove of him and half want him impeached. The Republicans want to get rid of him because he hijacked their party, he humiliated every last on of them, and because h is destroying the Republican Party, and, as the midterms demonstated, he is electoral poison.

    So the issue is NOT

    • Disagree: Robert Dolan
    • Troll: Twodees Partain
    • Replies: @afadfsd
    , @Authenticjazzman
  186. Realist says:
    @Daniel Rich

    My question was: “What are their names/faces? Where do they live/work? What are their routines/habits? ”

    Are you some lame ass FBI agent? If so, some of, the Deep State are the ones you work for. If you want to know who the Deep State members are find out for yourself.

    • Replies: @Daniel Rich
  187. annamaria says:
    @Sean

    “Trump owes the Russians nothing, he was their way to stop Clinton.”

    — Sean, you seem as taking really seriously the $4.700 spent by Russians on the Google ads as well as the indictment of Russian “hackers and trolls” (the alleged army of Kremlin) in absentia. Why then Mueller backed off (in panic) from the indicted’ readiness to show up in court?

    Your thinking is not original: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democratic-operatives-created-fake-russian-bots-in-alabama-race-designed-to-link-kremlin-to-republican-roy-moore

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-12-13/google-ceo-exposes-shocking-full-extent-russian-meddling-2016

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/05/04/mueller-russia-interference-election-case-delay-570627

    You may have some special grievances against Russia and Russians, but why such obvious depreciation of your intelligence by repeating after Adam Schiff?

    • Replies: @dale ruff
  188. dale ruff says:

    …The issue is NOT who is involved in the conspiracy to oust an unjust and illegitimate ruler but who is still defending his right to govern and seeking to fix blame on Obama, or Brennen, or the Deep State, instead of defending the right of the people to remove Trump. Trump does NOT have the right to rule because he only won due to RusHsin interference and has never had consent to govern.

    He has no right to govern, and so the scandal is not ‘the conspiracy to remove Trump’ but rather the conspiracy to protect him and keep him in power.

  189. sally says:
    @yep

    @yeph but before Brennen, the switch will be pulled on Julian Assange.. my candidate for President of the USA, Britain, Israel, France and Saudi Arabia.. Assange qualifies because he is the most experienced man for the job.. 8 years in embassy work, 10 years in undercover espionage work, a life time as a human rights activist, and a one man soldier challenging the Deep Dark State and all of its tentacles?

    One thing that corrupt criminal globalist have exposed is that Democracy, in any form, when conducted by an armed rule making political [ArmP] structure, no matter its propaganda, is a bureaucracy that will always be abused by those in control and made to serve only the interest of those in control of the ArmP structure (Government, Military or other Organisations (GMOs) and those who operate under color of such GMOs).

    Another discovery corruption has exposed is that humans must find ways to stand together and to defend the power of their masses and the human rights of everyone in those masses, against all governments, all militaries, all secret or intelligence services, all homeland anything organizations, and against all other organizations (GMOs) that seek to control or make rules that will be used to govern or control the behaviors or thoughts of the masses, all of the time..

    Another discovery corruption has exposed is that humanity is never well served when a GMO spies on, or keep secrets from, those who the GMOs govern.

    if 5 people on an island elect one among them to be the government; the one elected can control the outcome of any vote by dividing the other four in some fashion or other. Some on the basis of abortion renders one vote for and one vote against, on the basis of immigration renders one vote for and one vote against. so the vote of the elected persons wins every time.

  190. notanon says:

    couple of points to consider

    1) interview with Trump on 9/11 where he says he doesn’t believe the twin towers would collapse without bombs

    https://factba.se/transcript/donald-trump-interview-wwor-interview-september-11-2001

    2) Brennan’s hysterical reaction to Trump ever since Trump announced his candidacy.

  191. renfro says:
    @annamaria

    For gawds sake stick to the subject….we arent talking about the fucking Ukraine …that is not the subject here. If you want to do some essay on the Ukraine don’t do it in your replies to me. I was talking about Trump not Ukraine or Hillary or Brennan or the general rot we are talking about the Trump rot.

    If you don’t know why Trumps tax returns are important…then it would be a waste of my time to explain it to you.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  192. @ChuckOrloski

    … it appears that the concept & existence of a “Homeland” Deep State is a given. Er, agreed?

    Yup. No doubt about it.

    • Replies: @Iris
  193. renfro says:
    @Curmudgeon

    I don’t think you understand Mueller’s report.
    It found NO evidence he colluded with Russia
    The report said there was evidence of obstruction but not enough for the Special Team to take it to court.
    What Mueller did by that was toss the ball to congress, he basically teed up Trump’s destiny by leaving it to congress to pursue.

  194. renfro says:
    @Wally

    I would suggest you pay attention but you’re not mentally capable of understanding what’a going on.
    Best you stick to your one note Johnny CODAH scripts.

    • Replies: @Wally
    , @L.K
  195. I doubt you can read this, but this is it.

  196. dale ruff says:
    @annamaria

    According to one Donald Trump Russia hacked the Dem emails (as he asked them to). He said
    “As for the hacking, I think Russia did it. So the onus is on those who do NOT have a grievance with Russia, since they are responsible for putting Trump in power.

    As for Adam,Schiff, he is a very smart guy: he graduated with a degree in poly sci from Stanford, one of the top private universities in the world and then earned a J.D. from Harvard Law School, also one of the best in the world. Like many who perhaps have limited intelligence, you enjoy insulting the intelligence of others.

  197. @Realist

    Aw, the bitter, jilted ex-lover of Donald J. Blormpf is upset. You should write a first-person account in Madamoiselle about how Blormpf broke your heart and now your soul is black and you believe in nothing. It could be a real tear-jerker.

  198. @Art

    Hear hear – you are so right – how totally degrading – Adelson is a gambling gangster in China.

    I thought Adelson is the heir of Meyer Lansky?

    but to have to lick the hand of a man like Adelson, must be one hell of an ignominious degradation.

    The thought of the leftist puppets kissing Soros butt is also not really appealing.

  199. “Not to defend Trump, but some court or other has overturned virtually every anti immigration exec order he’s ever made.”

    The immigration law is clear. The president has overriding authority when it comes to the security of the US on immigration. And while judges have made rulings. The bottom line:

    https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/06/26/supreme-court-upholds-president-trump-immigration-travel-ban/701110002/

    https://choice.npr.org/index.html?origin=https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/06/26/533934989/supreme-court-will-hear-cases-on-president-trumps-travel-ban

    Immigration law is the law and the president has the authority to enforce it. Furthermore, as a federal national security issue, the president does not Congressional permission to secure, and defend the territorial boundaries of the US, including reinforcing and rebuilding the wall. The failing here is either the president lacks the courage, the will or the intent to abide why he was elected.

    No excuses about challenges that’s part and parcel to having an opposition party.

  200. Iris says:
    @jacques sheete

    … it appears that the concept & existence of a “Homeland” Deep State is a given. Er, agreed?

    It exists and can in total impunity hire a foreign intelligence service (GCHQ) to spy on the country’s presidential candidate.. It is beyond science-fiction.

    • Agree: jacques sheete
  201. Rubby2 says:
    @renfro

    “The Deep State wants our financial institutions to never fail (FED 2009) even at the expense of 90% of Americans. The Deep State wants financial institutions to provide financial products to the wealthy which cripples the vast majority of Americans.”

    Informed citizens recognize the powers of The Deep State. HOWEVER, it is subservient to the Bigger Powers that includes:

    The monolithic powers of the US Military System
    The even more powerful capitalist system which have divisions within the 1% Cabal. the banksters & all the rest of the criminal thieves who sense Trump is a problem-prez and needs to be removed.

    Within both of those camps, there are those who supported Trump’s earlier promises, but where are they now with his office filled with fanatics like Pompeo, Bolton, Kudlow and many others?

  202. ““Not to defend Trump . . .”

    Laughing.

    I defend the president all the time.

  203. @dale ruff

    Schiff is a degenerate loser, a total lowlife.
    He is close friend’s with Ed Buck, the serial killer pervert.
    Buck has sex with young black men, then gives them drugs
    and watches them die. There are pics all over the net with Schiff together with Buck,
    very cozy.
    Schiff is disgusting filth. In California people know all about him.
    Schiff isn’t remotely “smart.”
    He’s been pushing the lies about “Russian collusion” for years,
    as if that’s his full time job. In the meantime, Los Angeles has 50,000 starving people living in the streets, typhus, incurable TB, millions of illegals, and 600 BILLION dollars in unfunded liabilities.

    Seth Rich was the DNC leak and that is common knowledge.
    You are quite a liar.

    • Replies: @Realist
  204. @Bragadocious

    “Harold Smith voted for Trump everyone.”

    Yes he did.

    “He supported Trump enthusiastically and thought he would bring the true 9/11 perpetrators to justice.”

    Not quite; rather, he gave orange clown the benefit of the doubt.

    “Harold worried about Trump’s safety.”

    No, he didn’t.

    “But then Harold became disappointed. When, we don’t know.”

    Well that’s an easy one: Harold became disappointed when on April 06, 2017, orange clown decided to become a mass-murdering war criminal, apparently for no other reason than to ingratiate himself to his jewish-supremacist handlers.

    “And it was at that moment that Harold began insulting other Trump supporters to make his own regret and self-hatred somewhat more palatable.”

    First, Harold generally isn’t the first one in a “discussion” to resort to ad hominem. Second, once orange clown’s treachery became obvious, anyone who continued to support the anti-American scumbag e.g., by making excuses for his traitorous behavior, became the enemy of every decent person on this planet.

    Second, Harold has no “regret” for giving orange clown the benefit of the doubt. The shame is on orange clown himself and on those supporters who continue to allow themselves to be fooled. And most significantly, it is on those subordinates who carry out illegal, immoral and unconstitutional orders in violation of their oaths “to support and defend the Constitution of the U.S. against all enemies, foreign and domestic…”

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
    , @Daniel Rich
  205. annamaria says:
    @renfro

    You have explained nicely why Trumps tax returns are important for you. As for my post, it only has provided the context for your incessant search for Russiagate evidence.

    Let’s refresh the important points of Giraldi’ article:

    The first phase of the illegal investigation of the Trump associates involved initiating wiretaps without any probable cause. This eventually involved six government intelligence and law enforcement agencies that formed a de facto task force headed by the CIA’s Director John Brennan. Also reportedly involved were the FBI’s James Comey, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Department of Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson, and Admiral Michael Rogers who headed the National Security Agency.

    And here is the key point identifying the subversive, unconstitutional, treasonous activities of the “six government intelligence and law enforcement agencies” (are you ready to provide an apologia for the CIA, by the way?):

    What Trump has amounted to as a leader and role model is beside the point as what evolved was undeniably a bureaucratic coup directed against a legally elected president of the United States.

    My post simply has reminded you about Brennan’s skill to do regime-changing and how these skills have turned eventually against the US Constitution.

    • Replies: @renfro
  206. Art says:
    @anonymous

    Since pagan polytheist mangods-worshipping Christianity is simply one manifestation of some garden variety godlessness

    …. …. ….

    But still, all things come to an end, as the Day of Reckoning approaches, and your sorry godless souls will pay for what you have wrought.

    So Christianity is “godless” – REALLY!

    And what do you have that is better?

    Think Peace — Do No Harm — Art

    • Replies: @anon
  207. @notanon

    Excuse me repeating myself but I asked for evidence not just assertions.

  208. Mulegino1 says:

    Maybe Trump’s agenda is to get the Holy City renamed “Jaredsalem”, and Tel Aviv renamed “Telavanka.” Trump’s political future is held hostage by psychopathic Bibi type psychopaths and imbecilic rapture ready pseudo-Christian Zionists, who form a fortuitous (and very, very tenuous) symbiosis- the money power Gold International and The Golden Corral, the former being the homicidal Zionists’ power base and the latter the favorite grazing ground of the bovine mega-church crowd.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  209. @Harold Smith

    “First, Harold generally isn’t the first one in a “discussion” to resort to ad hominem. Second, once orange clown’s treachery became obvious, anyone who continued to support the anti-American scumbag e.g., by making excuses for his traitorous behavior, became the enemy of every decent person on this planet.”

    How does that include you, a Jeffrey Dahmer fetishist?

    Jesus, what a dramatic fucking schoolgirl you are.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  210. Alden says:
    @Anonymous

    9/11 also gave us TSA or the scum of the earth full employment act.

  211. Anon[181] • Disclaimer says:

    One aspect that has not been touched is the fact that there’s a massive amount of panic because Trump audited Defense Department spending. That is the deepest Augean Stable of all, and the sheer terror of the weasels who have been stealing from the government for decades made them go all-out against Trump. Republicans who are against Trump can legitimately be viewed with suspicion in that light.

  212. renfro says:
    @annamaria

    As for my post, it only has provided the context for your incessant search for Russiagate evidence

    Are you nuts? I have said from the beginning that Trump didn’t collude with Russia in his campaign and called it a ‘soft coup’ by the Dems.
    That however doesnt mean I don’t want his ass reamed on other crimes he committed.

    I totally disagree with this:

    What Trump has amounted to as a leader and role model is beside the point as what evolved was undeniably a bureaucratic coup directed against a legally elected president of the United States.

    The ethics and character and “honesty’ of a President is supremely important.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  213. annamaria says:
    @dale ruff

    “As for Adam,Schiff, he is a very smart guy…”
    — If you say so.

    Actually, proclaiming the enormity of Adam Schiff intelligence is so funny that here is a take on the “intelligence” that is the basis for A. Schiff’ well-publicized vitriols: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-24/making-shit-us-intelligence-community-collapse-driver “Making Shit Up” – The US Intelligence Community As ‘Collapse Driver’

    On a serious note, only a rabid Israel-firster and loyalist to Clintons could ignore the excellent report of the patriotic Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS); the report explains why Clinton/DNC emails were never hacked but “leaked.”
    True to the spirit of the DNC activists, the “progressives” and “liberals” are indifferent to the death of the young DNC operative Seth Rich.

    https://consortiumnews.com/2019/03/13/vips-muellers-forensics-free-findings/
    https://www.thenation.com/article/a-new-report-raises-big-questions-about-last-years-dnc-hack/

    The centerpiece accusation of Kremlin “interference” in the 2016 presidential election was the charge that Russia hacked Democratic National Committee emails and gave them to WikiLeaks to embarrass Secretary Hillary Clinton and help Mr. Trump win. …

    In 2017, Senate Intelligence Committee Chair asked Comey whether he ever had “access to the actual hardware that was hacked.” Comey answered, “In the case of the DNC … we did not have access to the devices themselves. We got relevant forensic information from a private party…”

    …we [VIPS] know for sure that the person had to have direct access to the DNC computers or servers in order to copy the emails. The apparent lack of evidence from the most likely source, NSA, regarding a hack may help explain the FBI’s curious preference for forensic data from CrowdStrike.

    Why the allegedly intelligent A. Schiff has never questioned the conclusions of a private CrowdStrike led by a Russophobic Jewish emigre from Moscow? For an honest person with a degree in law, Schiff should have been demanding an FBI investigation of the server in question. Instead, Adam has been at the forefront of the putsch against POTUS. So much for the “J.D. from Harvard Law School.”

    By the way, your attempts to impress the readers with your admiration for Harvard are funny.

    • Replies: @Saoirse
    , @Skeptikal
  214. geokat62 says:
    @Mulegino1

    Maybe Trump’s agenda is to get the Holy City renamed “Jaredsalem”, and Tel Aviv renamed “Telavanka.”

    Speaking of renaming cities, Nut’nYahoo has just announced that he intends to name a town in the Golan Heights after Trump.

    Excerpt from Netanyahu: ‘I will name a Golan town after Trump’:

    Netanyahu said there “is a need to express our appreciation by calling a community or neighborhood on the Golan Heights after Donald Trump.”

    If Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has his way, alongside Katzrin, Ramot and Ramat Magshimim on the Golan Heights, there may someday soon be a community named Kiryat Trump

    https://m.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Netanyahu-I-will-name-a-Golan-town-after-Trump-587690

  215. Alden says:
    @Germanicus

    Good for the Russian church.

    They should also get rid of that pagan idol corpse of Lenin. What atheist scientific enlightenment modernist society displays a corpse or mummy of the most evil devil in human form ever in a public square for idiots to worship.

    For an anti religious militantly atheist society, corpse worship is an anomaly, to say the least.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
    , @RadicalCenter
  216. anon[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @Art

    So Christianity is “godless”

    “…the persecutors of the Christians coined a new word to describe those who denied the very existence of the old gods and goddesses—the Christians were condemned as ‘atheists.’

    Christian atheism excited rumor….”

    Jonathan Kirsch (2005) God Against The Gods: The History of the War Between Monotheism and Polytheism. PenguinRandomHouse, NY, p. 109

    – REALLY! 🙂

  217. Anon[204] • Disclaimer says:

    This is a good article but it misses a key person, probably the most important, in this whole sorry mess — Mike Pence.

    I strongly suspect Pence has been pulling a soft coup on Trump since Day 1. Pence is the biggest Ziocon there is, we had our first hint during his VP debate in 2016 with Tim Kaine when he said he would go to war with Russia over Syria. Trump countered him in the next debate. I believe that the NYT op-ed, purportedly by a “senior WH official” that said Trump was a buffoon but there are “adults” in charge of foreign policy at the WH, was written by Pence, at least in part. The word “lodestar” was a dead giveaway, and he is the only one who could not be fired. It is clear that the Pence admin is now running our foreign policy. He has been making speeches everywhere to gather support against all “our” enemies – Iran, Ukraine, NKorea, China, Venezuela, Syria.

    A while back Trump was furious that Pence had hired (((Jon Lerner))), a Never Trumper and personal advisor to Nikki Haley at the UN as his personal advisor. Not sure if Pence dump him in the end but the fact that he even hired him in the first place should tell you who Pence is. Not since LBJ has there been a VP this involved in foreign policy. Pence is toxic. You can tell Pompeo and Bolton report to him. Wouldn’t surprise me if he worked with Rosenstein to bring in Mueller. Pence ‘s wife despises Trump. She probably only agreed to let Pence be VP because he and his handlers promised her Trump will be impeached so he’d be president.

    Of course, Trump is not completely innocent. He is an unprincipled idiot megalomaniac and is easily manipulated. What he’s doing with immigration shows you who he really is, a total liar. Kushner the treasonous rat SIL is about to unleash a mass Chindian importation immigration plan that’ll piss off all of Trump’s base.

  218. MarkinLA says:
    @renfro

    Mr. Trump seems to have found a policy that forces consumers to pay the full cost of tariffs — and then some.

    This assumes that the companies would not have raised the prices if the tariffs were not instituted. Have you noticed the price of a bag of potato chips at the liquor store in the last 4 years. Look into that before you assume all the extra cost is due to the tariffs.

  219. Anon[204] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    “Everyone” went crazy because msm had been predicting a Hillary victory all along. Two days before the election the NYT said Clinton had an 86% chance of winning. When Trump lost, they were thoroughly embarrassed and had to come up with some excuse to cover their arses. The media whipped up the Trump hatred with the Russia hoax to make themselves feel better — he couldn’t have won it fair and square, there must be foul play.

  220. @Germanicus

    Funny how history just keeps repeating itself.

  221. Saoirse says:

    MEMORANDUM FOR: The President

    FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS)

    VIPS Fault Mueller Probe, Criticize Refusal to Interview Assange

    “… In that Memorandum we described the results of our own independent, agenda-free forensic investigation led by two former Technical Directors of the NSA, who avoid squishy “assessments,” preferring to base their findings on fundamental principles of science and the scientific method. Our findings remain unchallenged; they reveal gaping holes in CrowdStrike’s conclusions.”

    […]

    “We recall that you were apprised of that Memorandum’s key findings because you ordered then-CIA Director Mike Pompeo to talk to William Binney, one of our two former NSA Technical Directors and one of the principal authors of that Memorandum. On October 24, 2017, Pompeo began an hour-long meeting with Binney by explaining the genesis of the odd invitation to CIA Headquarters: “You are here because the president told me that if I really wanted to know about Russian hacking I needed to talk to you.”

    “On the chance Pompeo has given you no report on his meeting with Binney, we can tell you that Binney, a plain-spoken, widely respected scientist, began by telling Pompeo that his (CIA) people were lying to him about Russian hacking and that he (Binney) could prove it. Pompeo reacted with disbelief, but then talked of following up with the FBI and NSA. We have no sign, though, that he followed through. And there is good reason to believe that Pompeo himself may have been reluctant to follow up with his subordinates in the Directorate of Digital Innovation created by CIA Director John Brennan in 2015. CIA malware and hacking tools are built by the Engineering Development Group, part of that relatively new Directorate.

    […]

    William Binney, former Technical Director, World Geopolitical & Military Analysis, NSA; co-founder, SIGINT Automation Research Center (ret.)

    Bogdan Dzakovic, former Team Leader of Federal Air Marshals and Red Team, FAA Security (ret.) (associate VIPS)

    Philip Giraldi, CIA, Operations Officer (ret.)

    Mike Gravel, former Adjutant, top secret control officer, Communications Intelligence Service; special agent of the Counter Intelligence Corps and former United States Senator

    James George Jatras, former U.S. diplomat and former foreign policy adviser to Senate leadership (Associate VIPS)

    Larry Johnson, former CIA Intelligence Officer & former State Department Counter-Terrorism Official, (ret.)

    Michael S. Kearns, Captain, USAF (ret.); ex-Master SERE Instructor for Strategic Reconnaissance Operations (NSA/DIA) and Special Mission Units (JSOC)

    John Kiriakou, former CIA Counterterrorism Officer and former Senior Investigator, Senate Foreign Relations Committee

    Karen Kwiatkowski, former Lt. Col., US Air Force (ret.), at Office of Secretary of Defense watching the manufacture of lies on Iraq, 2001-2003

    Clement J. Laniewski, LTC, U.S. Army (ret.)

    Linda Lewis, WMD preparedness policy analyst, USDA (ret.)

    Edward Loomis, NSA Cryptologic Computer Scientist (ret.)

    David MacMichael, former Senior Estimates Officer, National Intelligence Council (ret.)

    Ray McGovern, former US Army infantry/intelligence officer & CIA presidential briefer (ret.)

    Elizabeth Murray, former Deputy National Intelligence Officer for the Near East & CIA political analyst (ret.)

    Todd E. Pierce, MAJ, US Army Judge Advocate (ret.)

    Peter Van Buren,U.S. Department of State, Foreign Service Officer (ret.) (associate VIPS)

    Robert Wing, U.S. Department of State, Foreign Service Officer (former) (associate VIPS)

    Ann Wright, U.S. Army Reserve Colonel (ret) and former U.S. Diplomat who resigned in 2003 in opposition to the Iraq War

    https://consortiumnews.com/2019/04/16/vips-fault-mueller-probe-criticize-refusal-to-interview-assange/

    {excerpt, emphasis added}

  222. Phil is on my wall of heroes

    • Agree: Iris
  223. Saoirse says:
    @annamaria

    MEMORANDUM FOR: The Attorney General

    FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS)

    …”Recent forensic examination of the Wikileaks DNC files shows they were created on 23, 25 and 26 May 2016. (On June 12, Julian Assange announced he had them; WikiLeaks published them on July 22.) We recently discovered that the files reveal a FAT (File Allocation Table) system property. This shows that the data had been transferred to an external storage device, such as a thumb drive, before WikiLeaks posted them.”

    “FAT is a simple file system named for its method of organization, the File Allocation Table. It is used for storage only and is not related to internet transfers like hacking. Were WikiLeaks to have received the DNC files via a hack, the last modified times on the files would be a random mixture of odd-and even-ending numbers.”

    “Why is that important? The evidence lies in the “last modified” time stamps on the Wikileaks files. When a file is stored under the FAT file system the software rounds the time to the nearest even-numbered second. Every single one of the time stamps in the DNC files on WikiLeaks’ site ends in an even number.

    “We have examined 500 DNC email files stored on the Wikileaks site. All 500 files end in an even number—2, 4, 6, 8 or 0. If those files had been hacked over the Internet, there would be an equal probability of the time stamp ending in an odd number. The random probability that FAT was not used is 1 chance in 2 to the 500th power. Thus, these data show that the DNC emails posted by WikiLeaks went through a storage device, like a thumb drive, and were physically moved before Wikileaks posted the emails on the World Wide Web.”

    “This finding alone is enough to raise reasonable doubts, for example, about Mueller’s indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking the DNC emails given to WikiLeaks. A defense attorney could easily use the forensics to argue that someone copied the DNC files to a storage device like a USB thumb drive and got them physically to WikiLeaks — not electronically via a hack.”

    Role of NSA

    “For more than two years, we strongly suspected that the DNC emails were copied/leaked in that way, not hacked.”

    […]

    For the steering group, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity:

    William Binney, former NSA Technical Director for World Geopolitical & Military Analysis; Co-founder of NSA’s Signals Intelligence Automation Research Center (ret.)

    Richard H. Black, Senator of Virginia, 13th District; Colonel US Army (ret.); Former Chief, Criminal Law Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General, the Pentagon (associate VIPS)

    Bogdan Dzakovic, former Team Leader of Federal Air Marshals and Red Team, FAA Security (ret.) (associate VIPS)

    Philip Giraldi, CIA, Operations Officer (ret.)

    Mike Gravel, former Adjutant, top secret control officer, Communications Intelligence Service; special agent of the Counter Intelligence Corps and former United States Senator

    James George Jatras, former U.S. diplomat and former foreign policy adviser to Senate leadership (Associate VIPS)

    Larry C. Johnson, former CIA and State Department Counter Terrorism officer

    John Kiriakou, former CIA Counterterrorism Officer and former senior investigator, Senate Foreign Relations Committee

    Karen Kwiatkowski, former Lt. Col., US Air Force (ret.), at Office of Secretary of Defense watching the manufacture of lies on Iraq, 2001-2003

    Edward Loomis, Cryptologic Computer Scientist, former Technical Director at NSA (ret.)

    David MacMichael, Ph.D., former senior estimates officer, National Intelligence Council (ret.)

    Ray McGovern, former US Army infantry/intelligence officer & CIA analyst; CIA Presidential briefer (ret.)

    Elizabeth Murray, former Deputy National Intelligence Officer for the Near East, National Intelligence Council & CIA political analyst (ret.)

    Todd E. Pierce, MAJ, US Army Judge Advocate (ret.)

    Peter Van Buren, US Department of State, Foreign Service Officer (ret.) (associate VIPS)

    Sarah G. Wilton, CDR, USNR, (ret.); Defense Intelligence Agency (ret.)

    Kirk Wiebe, former Senior Analyst, SIGINT Automation Research Center, NSA

    Ann Wright, retired U.S. Army reserve colonel and former U.S. diplomat who resigned in 2003 in opposition to the Iraq War

    Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) is made up of former intelligence officers, diplomats, military officers and congressional staffers. The organization, founded in 2002, was among the first critics of Washington’s justifications for launching a war against Iraq. VIPS advocates a US foreign and national security policy based on genuine national interests rather than contrived threats promoted for largely political reasons. An archive of VIPS memoranda is available at Consortiumnews.com.

    VIPS: Mueller’s Forensics-Free Findings

    https://consortiumnews.com/2019/03/13/vips-muellers-forensics-free-findings/

    • Replies: @Zumbuddi
  224. @Bragadocious

    “How does that include you, a Jeffrey Dahmer fetishist?”

    Well compared to you Satanic subhuman judenfilth, and your evil mass-murdering messiah, orange clown, Jeffrey Dahmer looks like Mister Rogers, so your “point” is moot.

    “Jesus, what a dramatic fucking schoolgirl you are.”

    Yo shit-for-brains, you’re supposed to be looking at your monitor, not your mirror, as you type your infantile jew drivel. Now, why don’t you run along and put some salve on your hurting butt?

  225. I can certainly appreciate the VIPS memorandum.

    But I would add that anyone who reads the intel report should conclude that there is not scant evidence to support the claims to conclusions. It’s a document that essentially says – we say so — therefore it is so.

    And when the president signed on, whatever agenda foreign or domestic intended had to take a back seat.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @annamaria
  226. Corvinus says:

    “And then there is the Deep State, which also worked with the Democratic Party and President Barack Obama to destroy the Trump presidency even before it began.”

    That would be Fake News, Mr. Giraldi.

    “Beyond declaring that the Trump team did not collude with Russia,”

    That would be an outright lie, Mr. Giraldi.

    According to un-redacted parts of the Mueller report, there are several important things to consider.

    The Special Counsel’s Office exercised its judgment regarding what to investigate and did not, for instance, investigate every public report of a contact between the Trump Campaign and Russian-affiliated individuals and entities.

    In August 2017, Rosenstein *explicitly* authorized Mueller to investigate criminal charges on the subject of whether Page, Manafort, or Papadopoulos were “colluding” (the exact term used!) with the Russians.

    Mueller’s summary of the Report’s content does NOT say he looked at conspiracy with anyone BUT Russian government officials. That means that Barr probably has misrepresented the Report in saying that it looked at conspiracy with *all* Russian nationals.

    The report also explicitly says that “did not establish” does NOT mean “there was no evidence”. So pundits will quite rightly distinguish between “did not establish [beyond a reasonable doubt]” and “no evidence” of conspiracy (or “coordination,” which Mueller apparently defined identically as “conspiracy”).

    Moreover, Barr’s use of “collusion” AT MOST referred to “Scenario 1 [of 4]”—collusion by criminal conspiracy. His *political trick* was to pretend he was referring to all four types, which the report clearly outlines.

    (1) Collusion by conspiracy (a crime)*
    (2) Collusion by other crimes (a crime)*
    (3) Noncriminal collusion (a national security threat)*
    (4) Noncriminal collusion (an ethical offense)

    So it appears that Mueller anticipated the Trump-Barr line of political rhetoric and fully defuses it in the first two pages of his Report.

    • Agree: renfro
    • Replies: @anon
  227. renfro says:

    rotflmao…!

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  228. @Realist

    As you seem to prefer to make peddling platitudes part of the discussion, instead of answering a question, I’m afraid I have neither the time nor the crayons to join in.

    Ciao.

    • Replies: @Realist
  229. @dale ruff

    Come on, “dale”, fess up. You’re really Adam Schiff, aren’t you? Only Adam Schiff would be able to say with a straight face that Adam Schiff is a smart guy.

  230. Wally says:
    @renfro

    That’s it? That’s your response?

    LOL

    I win.

    • Disagree: ChuckOrloski
    • Troll: L.K
    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  231. There are conspiracies against Trump, but also conspiracies by Trump & Co. it seems – like planned invasion of Venezuela, pro-Israeli moves in the Middle East etc.

  232. RudyM says:

    Lots of killer new material in this Papadopoulos interview, plus useful review (quite a bit about Mifsud):

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/papadopuolos-spills-the-beans-on-new-spygate-player/

  233. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    “But I would add that anyone who reads the intel report should conclude that there is not scant evidence to support the claims to conclusions. It’s a document that essentially says – we say so — therefore it is so.”

    This is non sequitur. Should the word “not” be removed to convey your thought?

  234. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @renfro

    Please read again that sentence with which you “totally disagree.”

    Do you acknowledge that a bureaucratic coup attempt may have occurred? Mr. Giraldi thinks so, but I don’t know what you believe.

    Would you condone such a bureaucratic coup of a legally elected president of the United States that has the ethics and character of Donald Trump? Mr. Giraldi would not, but again I don’t know about you.

    It seems that your antipathy for President Trump may make it difficult for you to appreciate Mr. Giraldi’s concern.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @renfro
  235. anon[104] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    you got some of hillary’s muff between your teeth

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  236. Brother Kim Mason just arrived in Vladivostok.

  237. Realist says:
    @Daniel Rich

    Ciao.

    Really….what a phony.

  238. @Rurik

    “yes, they want to pretend that the Red Army (rapists) were liberators, when they never liberated anyone. Only enslaved nations and people for generations.”
    What you say may be roughly accurate — however, it’s not exactly fair.
    The Soviets never “liberated”.
    Essentially that equates the rule of the Nazi’s with the Soviets. Ultimately there’s a value judgement here — comparisons difficult to measure, if only just because of the complexity (the Soviets, say, (or their proxies) imprisoned, executed X, the Nazis Y. The Nazis had 4-5 years for their crimes — the Soviets about 45)
    Would be interesting to hear the opinions of people who experienced both forms of Imperialism.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  239. Realist says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Schiff is disgusting filth. In California people know all about him.

    I agree Schiff is a scum bag, but if California people know all about him but, keep electing him…..what does that say about California people….they’re stupid.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  240. lavoisier says: • Website
    @Jeff Davis

    The time is rapidly approaching when the 310 million non-Jewish Americans will realize that they’ve been made the tools of the Jews and the US society looted. Then the pattern of five thousand years will repeat itself yet again.

    The pattern you suggest will occur–Jews held accountable for their malevolent behavior towards the host population, is one possible pattern.

    But there is another pattern that is starting to emerge that in my mind seems far more likely than the one you imagine.

    Think of Russia and what happened under the control of the Jewish Bolsheviks and their millions of willing Gentile tools.

    Police state violence and totalitarian control over people’s lives.

    Gulags and forced collectivization.

    Mass murder and planned starvation.

    History does repeat itself and if one were a betting man the current trend does not favor your prediction about where we are heading.

    • Replies: @alden
  241. annamaria says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    “But I would add… ”

    — Why your opinion should be weighted against the analysis of the highly competent and patriotic American veterans?

    CrowdStrike has been financed by the DNC. Alperovitch is a resident at the Atlantic Council known for its profiteering opportunism, incompetence and Russophobia.

    Comey has stopped the process of accepting the Assange plea by the DoJ, which would disclose the source of the emails in question.

    The whole CrowdStrike affair is a case in treason. Add to it the Awan affair and Uranium One deal.

  242. annamaria says:

    The ongoing conspiracy against Trump is just a logical continuation of the US policy of regime-changing abroad. The skills have been finally applied inward, in homeland.

    Here are the comments on Kievan putsch of 2014, which was conducted by the Kagans clan in cahoot with Ukrainian neo-Nazis and the CIA (Brennan was the main actor at the time): https://consortiumnews.com/2019/04/22/the-buried-maidan-massacre-and-its-misrepresentation-by-the-west/

    Testimonies by five Georgian ex-military members in Italian, Israeli, Macedonian and Russian media and their published depositions to Berkut lawyers for the Maidan massacre trial have also been ignored. They stated that their groups received weapons, payments, and orders to massacre both police and protesters from specific Maidan and Georgian politicians.

    They also said that they received instructions from a far-right linked ex-U.S. Army sniper and then saw Georgian, Baltic States, and Right Sector-linked snipers shooting from specific Maidan-controlled buildings.

    The zionized Kievan regime has muffed the honest voices and either suppressed or destroyed the evidence of western/neo-Nazi murderous involvement in the putsch.

    American independence leader John Adams famosly stated that “facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”

    The question is why this dictum is not heeded almost 250 years later in the case of the Maidan massacre in Ukraine.

    Because the ZUSA is not interested in facts and evidence.

    “Not a single major Western media reported that a forensic ballistic examination determined that bullets extracted from killed protesters did not match a police database of bullet samples from Kalashnikov assault rifles of members of the entire Kyiv Berkut [police] regiment.”

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @notanon
  243. afadfsd says:
    @dale ruff

    Dumb c–ksucker, Please take your crap somewhere else. I hope Trump destroys the Republican party–it’s useless.

  244. annamaria says:
    @annamaria

    Readers comment section for “The Buried Maidan Massacre And Its Misrepresentation By The West:”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-23/buried-maidan-massacre-and-its-misrepresentation-west.

    I know this area very well and have stayed many times in Hotel Ukraina ….. it commands a key position on Maidan …. just like with the ***/ Mueller cover up and removal of evidence and video on 9/11 the same tactics were employed by another vile *** Nuland and her CIA stooges to put in place a Nazi government to steal the assets of Ukraine. … The country is already being stripped by the vulture us corporates who care nothing about the ordinary people or their lives

    “But these shields with clear locations of the bullet holes, like the helmet of Parashchuk and almost all the shields and helmets of protesters who were killed or wounded, mysteriously disappeared after the massacre, along with a lot of other crucial evidence, such as bullets and security-camera footage.” — Standard operating procedures for CIA after their own 9/11 false flag carried out by Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld et al …

  245. ” Why your opinion should be weighted against the analysis of the highly competent and patriotic American veterans?”

    Laughing.

    There is no challenge. Quite the opposite. What my view says is simple. It concurs that the interference case is weak based on the case provided by the advocates. There’s no fault in relying on VIPS, and they have been important conduits of information and analysis on many issues.

    The point is read the intel report, and you read VIPS as icing on the cake.

    I don’t agree with everything that Dr. Giraldi says. And when it comes to the Jew, Israeli question, there are areas on which my faith will force a parting of the ways. But I am familiar with his commentary since TAC. And the attempts by some very shallow pool waders to make not riding his coat tails on every word he utters a near intellectual crime is admirable. But is often overwrought with such linear blinders as to demand genuflect. I have one God. And neither jews, Israel, president Trump or Dr. Giraldi as much as I appreciate his commentary are him.

    My comment has little to do with my judgement over his or theirs. It has top do with one’s ability to assess matters based on the case presented. If such were the case, there would fewer indictments and prosecutions the country wide. And I have had that view long before my personal circumstance was in that mix.

    Your shot across my bow is waste of effort as has been the ridiculous emotional, needless defiant child temper tantrums, handringing, teeth gnashing, false accusations nonsense in the past and sure to come again.

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @Art
  246. ““But I would add that anyone who reads the intel report should conclude that there is not scant evidence to support the claims to conclusions. It’s a document that essentially says – we say so — therefore it is so.”

    This is non sequitur. Should the word “not” be removed to convey your thought?”

    It’s not a nonsequitor, it’s a near contradiction. Appreciate the observation.

    Correction:

    But I would add that anyone who reads the intel report should conclude that there is scant evidence to support the claims to conclusions. It’s a document that essentially says – we say so — therefore it is so

  247. Rurik says:
    @animalogic

    Would be interesting to hear the opinions of people who experienced both forms of Imperialism.

    well, since this issue goes to the heart of what’s happening today, I’ll expand on it..

    Bolshevism (Soviet communism at its heart) was a scheme of genocidal, Jewish supremacists, funded by NYC Jewish bankers – recently handed the keys to the US Treasury by Woodrow Wilson; who personally helped facilitate Trotsky’s travels to Moscow with suitcases of cash, in order to impose their vision of slavery and genocide on Russia and beyond.

    That is all established history.

    Just as it’s established history that Wilson assisted in the betrayal of Germany [see Declaration, Balfour] following the armistice, when Germany was tricked into disarming, and then starved into signing their nation and people’s lives away to the tender mercy of International Jewish supremacists (and their French and Belgium and English satraps), who would then turn Germany into a giant brothel for the amusement of the world’s perverts, who infamously reduced Berlin to a pedophile’s playground- preying on starving German children. All while heaping humiliation upon the German people. [see Regime, The Weimar].

    So the German people already had a pretty good idea of what the ((world’s International Banksters)) had in mind for them. Starvation, humiliation, sexual predation, etc..

    But it wasn’t until the ((World’s International banksters)) really got established in Russia / Ukraine, in the 30s, that Germany and the rest of the world would be privy to what the Jewish supremacists really had in mind: genocide.

    And not just genocide, but the cruelest kind of horror any parent can imagine, being forced to watch your children slowly die, day by day, of force, deliberate starvation. And this was being done to the regions most capable farmers, because they were the most capable farmers.

    A pure, raw, race-hatred – on acid- for a proud and energetic people who instilled envy in their leaders. [see Kaganovich, Lazar]

    So, what this all means, is that the Nazis were a response to the threat of the genocidal Jewish communists who had taken control of Russia as by “the hair of the head”, as Churchill put it. And had their sights set on Germany as their ultimate prize.

    Now, by this time the treasonous scum Wilson had gone to meet his reward in Hell, but we had a new stooge of International Jewish supremacism in the White House. A one most-execrable FDR.

    Whose treachery (in league with those other most-execrable fiends, Churchill and Stalin) was finally able to burn Germany to the ground. All a matter of history.

    But in the process of Germany’s final defeat to the International Jewish supremacists, there was a lot of horrors and unleashed raw cruelty to go around. Poles and Ukrainians and Baltics and Norwegians and many, many others had to make a devils choice about who to align themselves with.

    War was inevitable, the problem was do you ally with the (by now arrogant) Germans, who’re in your country uninvited? Or do you align yourself with the genocidal Jewish supremacists out of Moscow, London, Paris and NYC?

    Which brings us to the idea that the Red Army liberated anyone.

    I’ll put it this way. France under Vichy was a reasonably happy place. France today is burning at the seams. The reason for this is because the International Jewish supremacists, who occupy Paris with their quisling Macron, are doing all they can to genocide the French people off the planet for all eternity.

    Ditto England, Germany and N. America.

    Now, if I had to decide who to align with; the International genocidal Jewish supremacists (now occupying Washington, DC) who want my sons and daughters to die in Endless Wars for Israel..

    or an invasion force from Russia/China/Venezuela/Cuba/Iran/Syria/Ukraine/etc.. who were hell-bent on saving the world from the International Jewish supremacists- who themselves were hell-bent on genocide and Total, Old Testament domination of the planet..

    Then I suppose I have to hold my nose and make a choice.

    And this is what the beleaguered people of Russia and Ukraine and Norway and others had to do during WWII.

    Either fight with the Jewish supremacists occupying your government, (as was the case in Russia in the 30s or the ZUSA today), or align with the liberators who had come to destroy the Global threat of genocidal Jewish supremacism, once and for all, like the Nazis were trying to do.

    If you want to know which forms of imperialism are less egregious, just consider what’s going on today.

    France and England are under Total Jewish supremacism, and their citizens are being expected to fund a Third World, often Muslim, invasion of their ancient lands. The ethnic French and Brits are to become second class citizens in their own nations, just like everywhere else the Jewish supremacists reign supreme. The only nation where ethnic protection is codified in law is Israel. All others are slated for ‘diversity’ and ‘multicultural’, ethno-suicide.

    So as we contemplate the second world war, and the motivations and exigencies there of, we can look at the world today to get an idea of how those forces were at work back then.

    The German people and the Russian people and the Jewish people have all been around for centuries, if not longer. During that time, certain proclivities and patterns can be glimmered, especially if you look at the world today, right now.

    The governments of England and France and the ZUSA are doing all they can to fuck over the most capable citizens of these respective nations, and replace them all with an identity-less slave/consumer non-race. Duh. You’d have to be brain-dead not to see this glairing truth.

    Whereas Russia and Hungary and other governments don’t seem to have the same hostility to their citizens. But Russia and Hungary today are not in the good graces of International Jewish supremacy, are they?

    So all of this stuff is all tied together, and I wish I was a little more eloquent in laying it all down, because it’s important, that we all get to understand, that what’s going on today, is just a continuation of what was going on in the last century.

    Jewish supremacists control the central banks, (just as they did in the last century). With this power they were able to enslave Russia to their genocidal tyranny. They were able to drag Europe and Russia into a catastrophic conflagration. After which Israel rose out of the ashes of Europe.

    It’s all tied together, in an unbreakable cycle.

    All the things Mr. Giraldi writes about as far as eternal wars and treachery, didn’t start all in the sudden, but are all a consequence of what happened in the last century.

    The main blip to the ongoing genocide of the West, was when Putin out-smarted them and re-took Russia from their control.

    If John Bolton were to declare that Putin is now Hitler, and we Americans have to suit up and go kill him, (to save the world for democracy!), do you suppose I’d “fight for my country”, and go put it to those dastardly Russkies ?

    Or, like so many Ukrainians and Poles and Norwegians and Russians, I’d say ‘to hell with fighting for the Jewish supremacists occupying my government, and let’s support Putin ?

    That was the tragic dilemma that so many faced back then. They didn’t want to fight against their own government, but then their own governments were being occupied by a ((fiend)) hell bent on their genocide. Just like we see today.

    {gotta go, no time to edit, please forgive typos}

    • Agree: jacques sheete
  248. Desert Fox cites Prouty as proof Israel runs CIA but that’s not what Prouty says. See for yourself.

    https://ratical.org/ratville/JFK/ST/

    CIA is not out of control, it’s in control.

  249. @Alden

    They should also get rid of that pagan idol corpse of Lenin.

    They should have dumped his corpse in the Moskva river long time ago.
    They still make a cult of this devil.

    Interesti9ngly, the remaining reds threatened with violence if the red stars were to be removed from the Kremlin, so the plan was put on ice until later eventually.

  250. notanon says:
    @annamaria

    The ongoing conspiracy against Trump is just a logical continuation of the US policy of regime-changing abroad. The skills have been finally applied inward, in homeland.

    this is the thing about empires – eventually the ruling class start treating their own nation as just another colony.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  251. @anonymous

    anonymous Agent # 340 asked renfro: “Would you condone such a bureaucratic coup of a legally elected president of the United States that has the ethics and character of Donald Trump?”

    Dear # 340,

    Right off the bat, above, you regrettably swung at, & missed renfro’s and other UNZer’s 90 mph pitch.

    All viable POTU(Z)US candidates are pre-approved by (testy opposition) Jewish billionaires and of course AIPAC.

    Of course, & thanks to the Citizens United case & the “Benjamins,” money🤑 talks much louder & more powerful than that of highly charged voter voices.
    Consequently, Israeli abducted “Homelanders”😟 get preZidential winners who were SELECTED way prior to their entry into assigned voting places.

    The “bureaucratic coup(s)” which you are so justly concerned and patriotically address are presently institutionalized! Subsequently, the act of overthrowing a US 🇮🇱 election by assassination, i.e., John F. Kennedy, becomes albeit unnecessary, & total overkill.*

    The best unhappy Democrat & GOP die- hard enthusiasts can hope for are divisive (along Party-line) Ken Starr & Robert Mueller prosecutor report let downs.😟

    Thanks a lot, Agent # 340. Fyi, I have sincere respect for what you “ethically” want, but cannot get now. So please lob back at me?

    * Note: The treasonous & ex-CIA Tribe Chief, John Brennan, tried to become as effective as a Grassy Knoll-launched bullet. (zzZigh) And that’s simply par for the ZUS “democracy” course.

    Selah, “to elect or select,” that is the overwhelming 2020 question.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  252. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    But Renfro said, “The ethics and character and “honesty’ of a President is supremely important.”

    So his view seems less cynical than yours.

    • Disagree: ChuckOrloski
  253. @Wally

    That’s it? That’s your response?

    LOL

    I win.

    That’s it? That’s your response?

    LOL

    Looks like renfro won again.

    • Replies: @Wally
  254. @Rurik

    Having spoken extemporaneously, “no time for edit,” Rurik articulately emphasized: The governments of England and France and the ZUSA are doing all they can to fuck over the most capable citizens of these respective nations…,”

    Greetings from fucked over Scranton, my Brother Rurik!

    As you know, and are perhaps wearied by my writing so, I don’t care one “tweet” that Jewish (Democrat) Supremacists are conspiring to take down Jewish Supremacist (Republican) PreZident t-Rump. Nonetheless, Rurik, in the peace path of The Christ, we can move awareness forward?

    You might recall how last year, Philip Giraldi accurately profiled our Homeland’s armed forces as a “Zionized military.” 🤗

    Fyi, and very respectfully, I ask you to read the very troubling antiwar article, linked below. (Zigh) As he’s a Navy Seal veteran, and a surfer who toys with a (2020) presidential candidate run, I would love to know precisely what Jesse “The Body” Ventura thinks about the tyrannical “fucking” Navy Seals are now getting from The (Supremacist) Brass.

    Thanks always, my Brother!

    https://news.antiwar.com/2019/04/23/navy-seals-were-warned-by-commanders-not-to-report-iraq-war-crimes/

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
    , @Rurik
  255. @dale ruff

    …then earned a J.D. from Harvard Law School, also one of the best in the world.

    That shows not only how little you know, but how bad off the world is. And what makes you think he “earned” it?

    PS: Ex-POTUS George the Shrub had degrees from both Hawvawd and Yail, and I doubt he earned anything in his life while he certainly deserved ridicule and loathing. That’s just one example.

    • Agree: annamaria
  256. renfro says:
    @anonymous

    What Trump has amounted to as a leader and role model is beside the point as what evolved was undeniably a bureaucratic coup directed against a legally elected president of the United States.

    What a leader amounts to is covered in the guidelines for impeachment……the impeachment clause would not be in the constitution if ‘what a leader amounts to’ did not matter. Wisely it was recognized that unethical and criminal people can be elected…..impeachment is for high crimes and misdemeanors.

    If there were any crimes in the ‘coup’ aimed at Trump then they too can be investigated.

    When and if people ever stop voting like street hood gangs and start considering whether the candidate is of good or bad CHARACTER we wont have this problem.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  257. @Svigor

    …but I think I’ll take a cue from the anti-war types, who won’t show anti-immigration advocates any solidarity, and keep mum.

    It’s too late. Too many, ahem, “Eastern Europeans,” basically gangsters of varying types and degrees were allowed essentially unrestricted immigration around a century ago and we’re now suffering with the results.

    There’s no draining this swamp.

  258. I marked the title of this article as a “must read” 24 hours ago but hadn’t gotten to it. As great as Phil (always) is, my sensing is that here he has failed to explore and unravel another thread — perhaps the main seam — in the “Deep State” (whatever that truly is) threat to any attempt to extract the US from this ongoing national nightmare. To wit: Phil addresses the “psychopathic trio of John Bolton, Mike Pompeo and Elliott Abrams.” I posit/nominate another trio that is rabid, Zionist, neocon, omnipresent…and *nominally* as well as *improbably* anti-Trump: Phil’s mentioned Bill Kristol plus Max Boot plus MSM godfather Wolf Blitzer. I use “nominally” and “improbably” because I believe that this trio secretly and gleefully observes that Adelson (and other willing minions…Kushner and his ultra-Orthodox-plus network; Pence and his ‘Christian’ Zionist freaks; and then there is Satanyahu) has/have done the bidding of the Ziomonster so-called “Israel” via invading Jerusalem, starving the Palestinians, telling Syria and the world “eff you” re the Golan Heights, levying war crimes on Iran [plus Venezuela, Cuba], co-opting KSA and any Arab World resistance to colonialism, readying for war on Russia and China (need I go on?–e.g., the “war” on Ilhan Omar?). At the same time, the trio (and any other hangers-on they’ve enlisted to their cause) plays/play out a charade of anti-Trumpism [they *do” have great and justifiable fear Trump in the way of the reality of DJTrump as the uber-egoist bully who could lash out from his pulpit and overturn their USraeli agenda of “full-spectrum dominance” in the service of the Zioentity and global militant/political Zionism]. So this trio treads lightly and vigilantly and craftily as it monitors Trump’s tweets and his actions with wary attention, but the trio carries that proverbial big stick (the “stick” is largely the Benjamins, dear readers), and my primary revulsion is that I don’t like to carry water and hew wood for an ideology and a focused agenda I despise to any greater extent than I’m currently subjected to.

    Well, that’s my gut-level, visceral stab at the status and workings of the geopolitical chessboard, present-day style. I’m not smart enough or resourced sufficiently to twist my stab into a full-on sword-thrust of exposure, publicity, education, resistance, and “throwing the bast*rds out,” but someone(s) has/have to roll the first snowball and hope for the avalanche. I wish Phil, who normally is not hesitant to take on courageously and with great style this particular “thread” — the “threat” to Phil’s Council for the National Interest in which Council we should all be card-carrying members — hereby stitched together broadly by me had, in this very “conspiracy against Trump” context, beat me to it.

    We’re all Palestinians now.

  259. Wally says:
    @jacques sheete

    By dodging my initial response he “wins”?

    LOL

    Grow up.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  260. Wally says:
    @renfro

    Massive Chinese tariffs on US goods & services don’t hurt the Chinese, but minimal retaliatory tariffs by the US against China does hurt Americans? LOL

    Oil prices have nothing to do with Trump either.

    Bloomberg anti-Trump leftists? Seriously?

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @Art
  261. @animalogic

    ” I can’t recall a case of such unmitigated malice & revulsion against a public individual ”

    Then you never spent much time in West Virginia when Obama was president.

  262. annamaria says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    “…needless defiant child temper tantrums, handringing, teeth gnashing, false accusations nonsense in the past and sure to come again.”
    — And you are supposed to be taken seriously?

    “I have one God.”
    — What a solemn confession… and for what end? Your whole tirade was triggered by a reference to CrowdStrike.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
  263. Zumbuddi says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    First item: KSA has money

    Second: see Germanicus comment / link, “British created Wahabi Islam” as tool to fracture & sow conflict in Islam

    Third: US , UK still operating on Abrahamic notion they are in charge of the world.
    Current tag for this notion is, “International Order.” US elites & zionists maintain that they created this IO post-WWII– or by means of WWI & WWII, which were devised & perpetrated by British for reasons similar to “British create Wahabi.”

    Fourth: Zionist Jews play the role Yuri Slezkine described for Jews: the ever-alien Mercury– equal parts middle-man, deceiver, profiteer.

    Assemble Ingredients,
    Shake, not stir.

    Leviathan and her green olive, astride FDR’s martini glass.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  264. annamaria says:
    @notanon

    The ZUSA’s triumph in Ukraine:
    https://thesaker.is/ukraine-2019-election-ukraine-rejects-maidan-bandera-and-revolution/

    While legal according to Ukrainian law, the 2019 election and processes are illegitimate by ODIHR, Council of Europe, PACE, and OSCE standards and practices.

    … the only real success stories in Ukraine surround [president] Poroshenko and the nationalists that took over the Rada [Ukrainian Senate]. Poroshenko’s income is estimated to have grown 10,000% since taking over the leadership of Ukraine. He did this in a country where the average wage is a little over $300 per month. The IMF has rated Ukraine as the poorest country in Europe. Thanks to the post-Maidan efforts, it will remain that way for a long time to come.

    RF Ambassador Polanskiy –“… the only chance for peace in Ukraine is to speak to the Russian-speaking population, listen to their needs, and not to impose Ukrainization and false or distorted versions of history. This is with or without Donbass. Building Ukraine as “Anti-Russia” has no chance to succeed.”

    Andrey Teteruk the Commander of Myrotvorets (“Peacemaker”) was one of Yatsenyuks choices … [Teteruk — “I was in Kosovo and saw the conflicts that were solved with weapons, it led to the fact that entire villages were cut out, from the oldest to the youngest.”] Teteruk got a good taste for this kind of action. The police battalions like his go behind the army and clean up all the undesirables. Ukraine has been doing this since the beginning in Donbass.

    • Replies: @renfro
  265. @Wally

    Ha-ha-ha! To the mature & grown up Jacques Sheete, Wally said: “LOL… Grow up.”

    Even as both Zionist Al Gore and Hillary won the (zzZigh) “popular vote,” respectively, the Zionist SCOT(Z)US and Supremacist Electoral College managed to elect the Jews’ preselected choice, George W. Bush and Donald J. t-Rump.🙄

    Fyi, Wall, CODAH has grown up, and restless “Homelander” consumers await your turn at doing so.🙏

    Selah, denounce Jacques Sheete’s ‘Merika & selah, support t-Rump’s kabuki-theater attempt at MAGA!

  266. @ChuckOrloski

    I’ve been wondering about “The Bod” and what he’s been up to. I don’t think he’d be so stupid as to run for prez. Only saps and morons and other degenerate forms of low life do that.

    Thanks for the link, btw; it’s encouraging to see that some SEALS have balls enough to flip their platoon leader the bird. If only the rest would do something similar – or have they?

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  267. Ahoy says:

    @ Rurik

    A man that can describe so accurately the rolls that Wilson, FDR and the N.Y. Mega Bankers played during last century is a ray of light in the darkness of today’s America.

    Yoy have offered a service to humanity, Sir, I tip my hat.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
  268. Art says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    I have one God. And neither jews, Israel, president Trump or Dr. Giraldi as much as I appreciate his commentary are him.

    Hmm – you imply that there is a divergence between your God and Mr. Giraldi.

    Without question, Mr. Giraldi’s articles about Jews and Israel – seek a more peaceful and just world for all.

    How does your “one God” disagree? Should you not state and discuss those differences?

    Think Peace — Art

    p.s. Isn’t Mr. Giraldi doing God’s work?

  269. renfro says:
    @Wally

    There is no cure for stupid…..so just accept your fate.

    • Replies: @Wally
  270. @jacques sheete

    Jacques Sheete noted & pondered: “; it’s encouraging to see that some SEALS have balls enough to flip their platoon leader the bird. If only the rest would do something similar – or have they?”

    Hey Jacques!

    As 1970 era “Grunt,” I would not be surprised had some of my “Homeland” heroes “flipped bird” to platoon leaders. But, but, not 🖕 to the Brass.

    Fyi, years ago, I read about IDF soldiers who united & complained to their Commanders about having to fire upon unarmed Palestinians. Regrettably, I cannot access an article. Thanks!

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  271. annamaria says:

    The circus of horrors in the Kaganat of Nuland: https://thesaker.is/zelenskii-beat-poroshenko-what-will-happen-next/…

    Israel and the Ukraine are now the two countries on the planet in which both the President [Zelenskii] and the Prime-Minister [Groisman] are Jews…

    … just a day after his election Zelenskii is already making all sorts of anti-Russian statements.

    … since Zelenskii has no personal power base of any kind, Kolomoiskii will have him do exactly as he is told and Kolomoiskii can easily be told to behave by the Empire.

    Here is a new ruler of Ukraine, the Israeli/Ukrainian/Swiss citizen Kolomoisky:
    “Billionaire Ukrainian Oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky Under Investigation by FBI” https://www.thedailybeast.com/billionaire-ukrainian-oligarch-ihor-kolomoisky-under-investigation-by-fbi

    The ethnically Jewish Kolomojsky has been the main financier of Azov Battalion:

    The Azov Battalion was initially formed out of the neo-Nazi gang Patriot of Ukraine. Azov Battalion—which is accused of human-rights abuses, including torture, by Human Rights Watch and the United Nations—was incorporated into Ukraine’s National Guard.

    The New York Times called the battalion “openly neo-Nazi,” while USA Today, The Daily Beast, The Telegraph, and Haaretz documented group members’ proclivity for swastikas, salutes, and other Nazi symbols…

    https://www.thenation.com/article/neo-nazis-far-right-ukraine/

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  272. @dale ruff

    Look you bloody brainless fool, of course the Republican ranks are filled with scumbags non-plus-ultra, however they do not by any stretch of the imagination come close to the corruption, larceny, lunacy and
    sheer pandemonia emmanating from the the crazy-ass cretins which comprise the honchos of the Democrats, and anyone who would, could possibly support such nut-cases as those idiots who represent the current democrats is him/herself a fucking lunatic, period.

    You are out of your fucking mind, period.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz artist.

    • Replies: @Zumbuddi
  273. Art says:
    @Wally

    Oil prices have nothing to do with Trump either.

    Because of Israel – the price of gas is higher than would be needed to sustain production.

    Hmm – we the people of this planet have been paying a Jew premium on gasoline for 50 years.

    Sure Saudi has benefited – but they put their money in Western Jew banks.

    Today things are even worse – all because of Israel – billions of people are feeling US sanctions backed up by the Jew central bankers. The evil just goes on and on.

    Think Peace — Do No harm — Art

    • Replies: @Wally
  274. L.K says:
    @Svigor

    Imbecile.

    • Replies: @Svigor
  275. @annamaria

    The circus of horrors in the Kaganat of Nuland.

    A jewish TV comedian Zelensky is fitting the circus, taking over from jewish chocolate king Porochenko.I guess Kolomysky lurks in the background.

  276. L.K says:
    @renfro

    renfro to wally:

    I would suggest you pay attention but you’re not mentally capable of understanding what’a going on.
    Best you stick to your one note Johnny CODAH scripts.

    Indeed.

    As for CODOH, whose work I fully support, I wonder if they realize how badly this ‘wally’ reflects on the organization, even if the individual merely runs the forum as a chief mod.
    End of the day, wally does more damage than good.

    Much worse when wally decides to demonstrate his stupidity, childishness and outright bad faith re other issues.

    • Agree: renfro
    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @Wally
  277. @L.K

    L.K read my mind, said it better than I as follows: “As for CODOH, whose work I fully support, I wonder if they realize how badly this ‘wally’ reflects on the organization…,”

    Ideally, L.K, “childish Wally” is a CODAH uncompensated & loose-cannon spokesman? Nonetheless, the organization must intervene, do damage control.

    Salud, L.K, and thanks for your service!

    Post scriptum: Doubtless, Wally’s ego suffers collateral damage from his own (non-CODAH approved🤔) extracurricular comments here, but he will likely look at the video, linked below, & which features one of t-Rump’s “many accomplishments;” this one, i.e., where Israel will intensify hurt upon flummoxed Europeans, at the fuel pump.👿

    • Troll: Wally
    • Replies: @Wally
  278. renfro says:

    This guy is insane. All the Trump crowd has is terrorism…..Be Scared! ISIS ! Islam ! Russia! Brown people ! We’ll go to war to save you!

    . Lindsey Graham Bewilders Ivanka Trump’s Women’s Conference With Terrorism Rant
    As he spoke, confused attendees at the Women Entrepreneurship Finance Initiative could be heard asking each other in hushed tones what Graham was talking about.

    Erin Banco
    04.23.19 7:00 AM ET

    “It’s the enemy of mankind, not just the United States,” Graham said, of the theoretical invaders, according to a recording provided to The Daily Beast. “Some of our soldiers will be needed, but not a lot. Most of the fighting will be done by people in the region. I promise you the enemy will lose because very few mothers or fathers want to turn their daughters over to ISIS, al Qaeda, or any other group.”

    As the senator spoke, confused attendees could be heard on the recording asking each other in hushed tones what he was talking about.

    Graham and Trump, along with an American delegation that included Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE), were in Côte d’Ivoire to participate in the Women Entrepreneurship Finance Initiative (We-Fi). The initiative, an idea first proposed by Trump in 2017, is housed in the World Bank and is a global partnership with governments, banks, and other stakeholders. Its goal is to raise money to help prop up women-owned businesses.

    Following a panel on We-Fi’s mission, Graham took the microphone and seemingly steered the conversation away from the day’s talking points to talk about a “radical ideology” that would cause war to break out, according to a recording provided to The Daily Beast. Asked about the comments Monday, Graham’s office said the senator was referring to “radical Islam.”
    Near the end of his remarks, Graham tried to pivot from terrorism to investment in women-owned ventures.
    “We’re going to win this struggle. The only question is how long does it take and how many must die,” Graham said, adding that it was critical to the U.S. to empower women in Africa because it “makes America safer.”

  279. Corvinus says:
    @anon

    “you got some of hillary’s muff between your teeth.”

    Geriatric porn is your fetish, not mine. Now, do you have anything of substance in response to my post?

  280. Laugh . . .

    “Hmm – you imply that there is a divergence between your God and Mr. Giraldi.”

    Uhhhh, No. I am saying that Dr. Giraldi is not God. And while I appreciate his commentary as expressed more than once, despite areas where we may disagree.

  281. Zumbuddi says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    Heeeyy.
    I actually agree w Authenticjazzman.

    When do I get my Mensa ring?

  282. ““I have one God.”
    — What a solemn confession… and for what end? Your whole tirade was triggered by a reference to CrowdStrike.”

    You have no idea what you are talking about. There’s no tirade. There;s rejection that my views are an attempt to do anything beyond encouraging people to read the intel report for themselves. They would, if they understood the issue of support for claims, conclude the evidence is not their for collusion or even interference.

    You do understand that the cloudstrike contention is that they have not provided the evidence for their conclusions, and to the FBI nor other intel organizations have yet to examine the hardware (computer(s)/Harddrive in question, on which their claims are based.

    I take Mr. Assange at his word. He had as source that provided the information – done. I take the indictment, trial and conviction of the Europen hacker – as real. My response has nothing to do with cloudstrike. It’s a direct response to what seemed a useless and peculiar defense of Dr. Giraldi against an attack you think comes from me —-

    Why some of you are intent on making every issue a Twilight Zone episode is beyond me.

  283. Wally says:
    @L.K

    LOL
    Good try, Zionist shill, I do not run CODOH’s forum.

    Now tell us what “damage” have I done to CODOH?

    Tell us what I have posted concerning the fake & impossible “holocaust” is wrong?

    We await.

  284. Wally says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Indeed, as I have said, I do not support Trump’s policies in the ME.

    Try to stop lying for a change.

    And I challenge you to tell us what I have posted concerning the fake & impossible “holocaust” that is wrong.

    That was easy.

    http://www.codoh.com

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  285. Wally says:
    @Art

    You would have a point in that keeping Iranian oil off the market would create a price hike.
    Maybe. If it was truly off the market.

    From what I’ve read their production has not really been impacted.
    But then Trump was not the first US president to ask for & get sanctions on Iran.

    Insurance costs for shipping in the Gulf are in fact impacted because of US policies in the ME, which also have been going on long before Trump.

    Got anything else?

  286. Anon[170] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    In our Jewish-Supremacist World Order, Jews defaming white people with ‘hate hoaxes’ is just ‘public mischief’.

  287. Wally says:
    @renfro

    LOL
    That’s it? That’s your response my points? To tuck tail & dodge?

    You’re childishly projecting yet again.

    Cheers

  288. alden says:
    @lavoisier

    It won’t happen. Jews are in power and will stay there for the foreseeable future. Please remember that Jews were expelled by powerful Kings who did not have jew controlled Judges countermanding their orders. Also,in the countries that expelled Jews the media, entertainment and education from pre to PHD were not controlled by jews, but by well organized churches.

    All powerful Kings backed by Christian and Muslim conrol of media entertainment education and law could expell Jews.

    Democracies controlled by jews can’t expell jews.

  289. @annamaria

    Your whole tirade was triggered by a reference to CrowdStrike.

    Interesting observation — and appears to be true.

    needless defiant

    The word choice is quite revealing here. His objection has nothing to do with truth. He views you as “defying” the officially-endorsed narrative; committing the unpardonable crime of unauthorized noticing.

    All that the notorious “17 intelligence agencies” canard ever amounted to was the heads of the 3 major inteligence agencies lining up and chanting “We believe Alperovitch!” in unison. Kind of ironic that the entire “Russian hackers” trope was based on… the unsupported claim of an actual Russian hacker.

    Regardless of how the Trump administration is working out, the simple fact that no US law enforcement agency ever examined the DNC’s servers — and that the officially-promoted media narrative skips over this fact, and minimizes the role of Alperovitch and CrowdStrike, demonstrates the extent of the deception involved in that narrative.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-24/what-crowdstrike-firm-hired-dnc-has-ties-hillary-clinton-ukrainian-billionaire-and-g

    “The firm’s CTO and co-founder, Dmitri Alperovitch, is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, a think tank with openly anti-Russian sentiments that is funded by Ukrainian billionaire (((Victor Pinchuk))), who also happened to donate at least $10 million to the Clinton Foundation.”

    CrowdStrike was pretty tight with Obama as well as Hillary.

    https://archive.fo/6PEuq

    “CrowdStrike Inc. today announced that Steven Chabinsky, CrowdStrike’s general counsel and chief risk officer, has been appointed by the President to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.”

    Crowdstrike has never made a profit, and does not disclose sales figures, but seems to have little difficulty in raising venture capital, and somehow reached a (private) valuation of $1B in 2017 — and $3B a year later:

    http://fortune.com/2018/06/19/cybersecurity-crowdstrike-funding-value/

    Their first major round of investment was in 2015, with Google Capital, Warburg Pincus, and Rackspace as the major investors.

    CrowdStrike and Alperovitch have promoted some other rather strange and improbable allegations about alleged “hackers” and “hacking”:

    https://medium.com/@jeffreycarr/the-gru-ukraine-artillery-hack-that-may-never-have-happened-820960bbb02d
    https://www.voanews.com/a/crowdstrike-comey-russia-hack-dnc-clinton-trump/3776067.html
    http://themillenniumreport.com/2017/01/dnc-russian-hackers-found/

    Look at the cover of the Crowdstrike “report” on the imaginary “Fancy Bear” Ukrainian artillery hack that they tried to promote:

    https://www.crowdstrike.com/wp-content/brochures/FancyBearTracksUkrainianArtillery.pdf

    Looks like a comic book cover. Clown world.

    It’s also interesting to note that the metadata for the Guccifer 2.0 files is not consistent with a “hack” over the interwebz from Romania — since it was transferred at 23 MB/s:

    https://theforensicator.wordpress.com/guccifer-2-ngp-van-metadata-analysis/

    that’s thumb drive or LAN — an internal leak, not a “hack.”

    CrowdStrike’s role in the Russia conspiracy theory hacking/ meddling/ colluding allegations was minimized in favor of the even more authoritative-sounding “37 intelligence agencies” claim, but a large part of their usual role seems to to serve as a sort of “SPLC” for hacking attributions. Just as the SPLC provides the appearance of an “independent,” “authoritative” source to designate so-called “hate groups” and “hate crimes,” much of CrowdStrike’s role is not really to provide any sort of relevant technical expertise or investigation, but to serve as an outside “expert” to provides the “correct” claims to form the basis of a desired media narrative.

    See also the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights,” the “White Helmets,” Rita Katz’s “SITE Intelligence,” etc…

    • Replies: @geokat62
  290. A lot of people emoting incoherently on this thread seem to irrationally attached to the long-debunked semitic canard of the so-called “holycost,” for some reason…

  291. Iris says:

    Iranian FM: Trump Doesn’t Want War, But Could Be ‘Lured Into One’

    “As for who might goad Trump into a conflict, Zarif named US National Security Adviser John Bolton and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, among others. He warned that certain individuals could try to “plot an accident” that would ultimately cause a broader crisis, Reuters reported.”

    https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201904251074433584-zarif-iran-phd-in-dealing-with-us-sanctions/

  292. geokat62 says:
    @James Forrestal

    Kind of ironic that the entire “Russian hackers” trope was based on… the unsupported claim of an actual Russian hacker.

    Not so ironic when people realize the actual Russian hacker was a (((Russian))) hacker.

    • LOL: ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @Zumbuddi
    , @renfro
  293. @Wally

    Ha-ha-ha! As if I were certified critical of CODAH’s educational offerings,🤔 Wally wrote: “Try to stop lying for a change. And I challenge you to tell us what I have posted concerning the fake & impossible “holocaust” that is wrong.”

    Yea, Wally, above, agreed! That was an “easy” challenge which even truthful CODAH producers would support! Please get on the ball, Wall? I am therapeutically critical of you.💉

    So now, if only you would take a more eclectic & objective look at the Shabbos goy, PreZident t-Rump’s, ruinous foreign policies, including his desultory Zio-engineered “MAGA”🙄 domestic policies!

    ‘Cuz ever since the 9/11 False Flag & pursuant immoral GWOT event, wobbly Wally, both you & I now I live in a “Homeland,”🙄 a term which the dedicated & unbowed CODAH leadership would be, no doubt, familiar.

    Selah, withdraw “Homelander” access to affordable health care insurance options and, selah, give Eliot Abrams domain over Venezuelan right to self-govern and their livelihoods.

  294. Zumbuddi says:
    @geokat62

    Didn’t Putin say that very thing –in words not (((symbols))) – over a year ago?

    Anybody else speculating what (((names))) are under Barr’s black redactions?
    How convenient that (((Southern NY 6th Circuit))) will pick up where the Mueller – Schiff – “6 ways to Sunday” Shomer harnessing of Trump left off.

  295. @Zumbuddi

    To say the British created Wahabism sounds about as plausible as suggesting that the revival of Hinduism in modern post-Mughal India was a product of that tiny (white) Indian Civil Service. It doesn’t pass the reality test. If you don’t see it, think it through. Even T.E.Lawrence, Gertrude Bell and Richard Burton between them wouldn’t have even known how to.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  296. “Second: see Germanicus comment / link, “British created Wahabi Islam” as tool to fracture & sow conflict in Islam”

    Nonsense.

    just a teaser

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_ibn_Abd_al-Wahhab

    No British need apply for the role of inter-strife among Muslims. In conflict from it’s birth.

  297. @Wizard of Oz

    Ouch. (argh) Team t-Rump has just lost the transgender vote. Weep and read Counterpunch article below?

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2019/04/24/trumps-transgender-troops-ban-is-un-american-and-inhumane/

    Breaking Bloomberg News: “White Helmets rescue, HQ Syria, has denounced the Trump administration for prohibiting fraternization of cross-dressing Daesh troops with kinky American military advisors.”😌

  298. @ChuckOrloski

    As 1970 era “Grunt,” I would not be surprised had some of my “Homeland” heroes “flipped bird” to platoon leaders. But, but, not 🖕 to the Brass.

    In my unit a smart ass E-6 didn’t last a week. He took a squad out on patrol and there was a “firefight” and he went home in a body bag. No one else suffered so much as a scratch.

    No more smart ass, and no one flipped ‘im da bird no more!

  299. @Zumbuddi

    When do I get my Mensa ring?

    After you pass jump skool.

    • LOL: Zumbuddi
    • Replies: @renfro
  300. Anon[170] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    Doubleplusgood list of various groups

  301. Trump and his people were colluding with Russia, on behalf of Israel. The president’s son-in-law prompted the Dec. 22, 2016, call to Russia’s ambassador that was the focus of Flynn’s guilty plea.

    Reporting From
    Washington, DC
    Posted on December 1, 2017, at 1:55 p.m.

    WASHINGTON – Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, called Michael Flynn in December 2016 and told him to call members of the UN Security Council in an effort to stop a vote on a resolution critical of Israeli settlement policy, according to a person who was present in the room when Flynn took the call.

    Flynn then called Russia’s then-ambassador to the United States to seek his assistance, and later lied to the FBI about having done so, according to documents filed in federal court Friday by special counsel Robert Mueller that explained Flynn’s guilty plea of lying to federal agents.

    The documents do not say on whose behalf Flynn contacted Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador, identifying the person only as “a very senior member of the Presidential Transition Team.”

    But a Trump transition official who was in the room where Flynn took a call regarding the upcoming UN Security Council vote said Flynn identified the caller as Kushner.

    “Jared called Flynn and told him you need to get on the phone to every member of the Security Council and tell them to delay the vote,” the person said.

    If confirmed, that call would bring prosecutors one step closer to Kushner, who also serves as a senior adviser to Trump.

    Kushner, the source said, told Flynn during the phone call that “this was a top priority for the president.”

    The source says Flynn took the call at the Trump transition team’s offices in the General Services Administration headquarters in northwest Washington. After hanging up, Flynn told the entire room that they’d have to start pushing to lobby against the UN vote, saying “the president wants this done ASAP.”

    At the time, the Security Council resolution was the subject of bitter debate among the Obama administration, the incoming Trump team, and Israeli officials. The resolution condemned Israeli housing construction in East Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank as a “flagrant violation under international law” that was “dangerously imperiling the viability” of a future peace settlement establishing a Palestinian state.

    The United States traditionally had vetoed similar resolutions, but the Obama administration had said it was likely to abstain, which it ultimately did, allowing the resolution to pass.

    Trump, at the prodding of Israeli officials, lobbied hard against the abstention, then denounced it after it took place.

    Friday’s guilty pleas revealed for the first time how Trump transition officials solicited Russia’s help to head off the UN vote and undermine the Obama administration’s policy on Middle East peace before ever setting foot in the White House.

    At the time, Obama administration officials viewed the Trump team’s interventions as an egregious breach of diplomatic protocol and a shameless attempt to boost their pro-Israel bona fides despite long-standing US policy that Israel’s construction of settlements constitutes an obstacle to peace.
    According to the charge sheet, Flynn, on Dec. 22, 2016, asked Kislyak to use Moscow’s status as a permanent Security Council member to delay or defeat the pending resolution, and subsequently lied about those discussions with the FBI.

    It’s unclear why Flynn would have lied, but there are laws that could criminalize such behavior such as the Logan Act, a scarcely enforced law that prohibits unauthorized citizens from negotiating with foreign governments that have a dispute with the United States.

    In the run-up to the vote, both Flynn and Kushner called several officials of Security Council member states in order to block or delay the resolution. Flynn personally called foreign ambassadors on the Security Council, including representatives of Uruguay and Malaysia, according to a February report by Foreign Policy.

    But Flynn’s contacts with Kislyak regarding the resolution had not been previously known and could potentially be relevant to Mueller’s investigation into allegations of collusion between Russian officials and Trump campaign staffers.

    Ultimately, the episode represented the first foray by Trump’s inner circle into foreign policy deal-making, though one that fell flat on its face. The goal was to either block the resolution or delay it until Trump could enter the White House and deliver a veto. Shortly after the vote, however, Kushner did have some success in pressuring British Prime Minister Theresa May to align Britain’s policies closer to the incoming administration’s. In a late December speech, May criticized then-secretary of state John Kerry’s rebuke of Israel’s settlement policies, an unusual remark and a transparent gift to the Trump team given Britain’s vote in support of the UN resolution.

    Kushner has been the subject of intense scrutiny both from Mueller and congressional investigators, particularly over his omissions of contacts with foreign nationals on government-required forms.

    Putin refused to veto the UN vote and soon after was targeted by the Zionists controlled MSM. Israel pushed the Collusion that they initiated with the Trump campaign onto Russia and implemented additional sanctions. Trump tried to make a deal with Putin in Syria if he would veto the Israel UN Resolution. I think Trump had promised to pull out but changed his mind after that.

    That’s what I remember about Trump and his people getting involved in shady shit right off the bat. I don’t think they were even working in the W.H. when they started helping Israel out.

    • Replies: @Art
  302. Anon[170] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    A miracle. Salon publishing an article that isn’t total BS.

    https://www.salon.com/2019/04/21/reporter-sharmine-narwani-on-the-secret-history-of-americas-defeat-in-syria/

    Still, the notion of US ‘defeat’ in Syria is obnoxious. US was untouched. Syria is in ruins.

  303. Svigor says:
    @L.K

    Yeah, that’s not an argument, shitbird.

  304. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @renfro

    I have read this again, after a good night’s sleep. You’ve misunderstood my questions, perhaps.

    Mr. Giraldi is against bureaucratic coups, in lieu of impeachment, when it comes to the process of removal.

    You haven’t plainly said what you think about that. But you appear to think that the end (removal of President Trump) justifies the means (bureaucratic coup) under discussion. You go so far to suggest that such a coup may not constitute a crime (“If there were any in the ‘coup’ aimed at Trump …”).

    • Replies: @renfro
  305. Still, the notion of US ‘defeat’ in Syria is obnoxious. US was untouched. Syria is in ruins.

    Does this sound like a “win”?:

    Major concessions to Western interests … will be unlikely because the whole Middle East now knows the U.S. doesn’t stick to its agreements.

    Of course the US doesn’t and I wonder why anyone ever thought they did. Just ask the American Indians and then there’s this:

    CAIRO, Egypt, May 27,—The last hope of 30,000,000 Arabs to win freedom for their race without further bloodshed vanished when cables from Washington announced that the United States had concluded an agreement with Great Britain… The Arabs came into the war on the side of the allies against their Turkish co-religionists in- response to the allies’ promise of freedom…The Arab support” was determined and effective.”

    30,000,000 Arabs Liberty Dreams Fade in U. S. -British Agreement Recognition Here of Britain’s Mandate in Palestine Ends Last Hope of freedom— Arab Leader Calls Western Diplomacy Fickle. The STAR, WASHINGTON DC, May 5, 1922
    Newspaper article by Junius B. Wood on the American recognition of Britain’s mandate in Palestine

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @ChuckOrloski
  306. annamaria says:
    @jacques sheete

    There is a recognition that the ZUSA is preparing to do another genocide, this time in Iran and Lebanon. Not some invented holo-biz but the real massive crimes against humanity, promoted by Israel-firsters working in cahoots with MIC.
    The MIC is ever thirsty for other peoples’ money and the zionized Deciders (including high-level brass) have no patriotism and no honor but personal pettiness and cowardice of Bush-Cheney kind: https://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2019/04/the-collapse-of-deterrence-with-iran-by-christopher-j-bolan.html#comments

    The rhetoric from senior Trump officials has taken an increasingly hostile tone since the U.S. withdrawal from the JCPOA. In a speech in Cairo early this year, Pompeo cast Iran clearly as an “enemy” while offering U.S. support for the Iranian people to rise up against “the mullahs in Tehran” … Meanwhile, National Security Advisor John Bolton issued what some have reasonably interpreted as a direct threat to the regime on the 40th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution saying, “I don’t think you’ll have many more anniversaries left to enjoy.”

    Comment section:

    …targeting [Iran and Lebanon], which is complete by now, followed by issuance of warning orders to commanders who would provide the forces, followed by an “Air Targeting Order” listing all the sorties and their targets. execution order staggered in time so that air and missile units arrive at their targets in a coherent pattern, BDA followed by re-strikes.

    In short, Donald and Bibi both love babies, particularly when the babies are arranged into shredded meat in bags. Here is a new American anthem (with Yiddish accent):

    Blessed is he who seizes your infants and dashes them against the rocks. Psalm 137:9

  307. melpol says:

    There has never been a leading politician who can speak at length without a script. Trump has that talent. He knows the game and recognizes human nature. Wasteful spending and no-show jobs irritates the man who constructed high towers and apartment buildings below cost estimates. Trump will throw the leaders of nations in the garbage heap if they try to take away an unearned dime from his USA. H bombs are cocked and ready to go in reply to the threats of Russia and China. Trump dealt with the NYC Mafia and got the best of them. Trump is tougher than the CIA or the deep state,he will bury both if cornered.

    • LOL: renfro
  308. @jacques sheete

    Writing in the vicinity of t-Rump’s claim for victory in Syria against proxy ISIS forces, Jacques Sheete maturely contemplated upon the essence of ZUS winning, & it’s “sticking to agreements,” and he wrote:
    “Of course the US doesn’t and I wonder why anyone ever thought they did. Just ask the American Indians.”

    🙌 be to your unique thought, Bro Jacques!

    Fyi, post-Emancipation, killing of Old Abe, and Civil War, Ulysses S. Grant gave Major General William Tecumseh Sherman, hero of Burning Atlanta,🙄 command of the Division of the Missouri, and with the “business” mission goal to beat the Plains Indians to their knees. Of course, many frontier Westerners didn’t cotton to play soldier again, but needing decent paying jobs, special volunteer units were formed.

    And now with a pithy attempt to avoid being didactic, I will share some Plains Indian genocide-history with you, from Ralph K. Andrist’s truly great 1964 book, “The Long Death; The Last Days of the Plains Indians.” No doubt, Bro Jacques, the following passage from Mr. Andrist’s book will spark a connection (in your deep mind!) that is ominously shared today by PreZident t-Rump and P.M. Netanyahu.🇮🇱

    Taking off from the (1878) ideology of Nathan Meeker who was appointed the US agent for the White River Utes, 1 of 3 bands of a tribe whose reservation covered most of Colorado, looked to turn the Utes from hunters into farmers in a matter of weeks.
    Uh…, the progenitor for post-WW2’s diabolical Morgenthau Plan attempt?😟

    At any rate, Jacques, Nathan Meeker’s ambitions crashed, and his life was taken by his own stubborn refusal to understand the customs & point of view of the Native Utes. Hm.

    Nonetheless, Colorado Governor Frederick Pitkin capitalized upon Meeker’s economic sanction (+) dreams! By cooking up convincing (False Flag😕) “atrocity cases against the Utes as an excuse to take their lands from them, Governor Pitkin made the most of it, and “land was everything; the rights of Indians.” (From chapter, “Ghost Dance And Gatling Guns.”)

    Salud & my respect, J.S.!

    Selah, Israel land everything, the rights of Palestinians nothing.”

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  309. notanon says:

    the State Dept. lost in Syria.

    the US as a nation won (thanks to Pooty).

  310. annamaria says:
    @melpol

    “H bombs are cocked and ready to go in reply to the threats of Russia and China.”

    — Since then the measured responses to the belligerent policies of the zionized American lunatics are qualified as threats?

    The ZUSA has been taken by the financial sector & war profiteers. Many of almost 1000 American bases abroad are positioned on the borders with Russian Federation and China. The zio-squeed wants other peoples’ resources by any means. Let’s see if the Money-changers and Mega-war-profiteers are ready to convert their estates into apocalyptic landscapes.

    https://www.thenation.com/article/the-us-has-military-bases-in-172-countries-all-of-them-must-close/

  311. annamaria says:
    @melpol

    A repost from https://consortiumnews.com/2019/04/24/pepe-escobar-war-on-iran-calling-americas-bluff/#comments

    In “The Iran ‘Threat’ in a Kafkaesque World” (2012), Edward S. Herman and David Peterson examined the “extreme application of the double standard” by the United States in the Middle East:

    “U.S. ally and client Israel had from the start received active assistance developing its nuclear capability, and with the help of the United States, France, and Germany, it has built up a substantial arsenal since. This includes some 150-250 nuclear warheads (the exact number is unknown) plus delivery systems by land, sea, air, and ballistic missile. And throughout more than forty years of such unparalleled help, Israel refused to sign the NPT and subject itself to IAEA inspections and was never pressed to do so.

    A secret agreement was even struck between U.S. President Richard Nixon and Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir in 1969 under which the United States agreed to accept – and remain silent about – Israel’s nuclear weapons program. This agreement, often referred to as the ‘U.S.-Israeli nuclear understanding,’ was reaffirmed by U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in May 2009. Netanyahu boasted about it in September that same year after the UN General Assembly (UNGA) summit, telling Israel’s Channel 2 television station that at his meeting with Obama in May, he ‘asked to receive from him an itemized list of the strategic understandings that have existed for many years between Israel and the United States on that issue.’ Obama had obliged. In effect, ‘The president gave Israel an NPT treaty get out of jail free card,’ one Senate staffer told the Washington Times.

    “So thoroughly built-in is this double standard that when the IAEA’s General Conference in Vienna in September 2009 voted forty-nine to forty-five to adopt a binding resolution that ‘calls upon Israel to accede to the NPT and place all its nuclear facilities under comprehensive IAEA safeguards’ – in other words, that Israel’s nuclear weapons program was to be treated the same as Iran’s civilian nuclear program – the English-language media observed near total silence about the event. The only major newspaper that reported it was the next-day’s Irish Times, and nothing showed up in any major U.S. print media.

    Onward, Christian soldiers! — Is this what you are peddling, melpol?

  312. geokat62 says:

    Nothing more frustrating than to see no return on a large investment. In this article, Shmuley Boteach, ‘America’s Rabbi,’ is sending a strong message to other aspiring young pols that if you don’t do 100% of The Lobby’s bidding, you will be discarded like a used tissue paper:

    No Holds Barred: Why Cory Booker is cratering in the polls

    An article in the national media a few weeks ago said that my 25-year friendship with Cory Booker “had foundered.” I must dispute this characterization.

    My friendship has not foundered. It was betrayed.

    [MORE]

    It was betrayed by a friend who was as close to me as a brother, whom my people embraced as a son, but who decided to vote to fund a government that was calling for our annihilation. It was betrayed by a friend whom I introduced to Elie Wiesel, and who quotes the great Holocaust survivor at every turn, but who chose to close his eyes to Iran’s promise to perpetrate a second Holocaust. And it was betrayed by a politician to whom the Jewish community gave incalculable support for his promises to support Israel, only to see him condemn the embassy move to Jerusalem and vote in committee against a bill that would stop payments to Palestinian terrorists for murdering Jews.

     I will always love Cory as the man who became my closest friend. But I cannot overlook his stunning unfaithfulness to the Jewish people at a time when antisemitism is rising throughout the world.

     The person who has suffered the most from this betrayal is Cory himself. From the time he was 22 years old, I would look him in the eye and tell him he would one day be president of the United States. I was sure that when he would one day announce his candidacy, it would drop like an earthquake. Instead, the announcement came and went, this past February, to barely a ripple. And the reason? America is sick of politicians. And Cory’s betrayal of Israel for political gain was seen for what it was: an honest, good, and forthright man suddenly becoming a politician.

     Cory announced recently that his presidential campaign had raised a bit over $5 million in the first quarter of the year. The sums raised by other candidates underline his underperformance: Bernie Sanders raised $18.2 million, Kamala Harris raised more than $12 million and Beto O’Rourke raised $9.4 million.  Even Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, out-raised Cory with $7 million in disclosed donations.

    As for the polls, NBC News had Joe Biden at 30%, Bernie Sanders at 23%, and Beto O’Rourke and Kamala Harris at about 8% each. Cory, until this year a national celebrity, was at 3.5%.

     This news was for me especially shocking. I was, in all likelihood, the first person besides family who ever told Cory that he would rise to the highest office in the land. He was just a young student, but his formidable potential was undeniable. For years, I lauded his warmth, morals, and abilities, and I worked to earn him support from across the country for city councilman, then for mayor, and eventually senator. I connected Cory with AIPAC, NORPAC, and countless other Jewish organizations, synagogues, panels and conferences.

     HOW DID the distance come between us? After all, for 25 years our bond stood the test of time. Never dwindling, its intensity stayed bright. We loved each other like brothers and were united by the iron bond of shared goals and values. But I told Cory that voting for the Iran deal would constitute a betrayal not only of the Jewish people but of humankind’s principal mission of protecting life on Earth.

    Giving the Iranian terrorists more money by which to murder innocents would mean granting the regime a direly needed tens of billions of dollars infusion. It would open the gates to lush opportunities of a global economy happy to overlook the mullahs’ vows to eradicate Israel and its support for murderers already at work. Worst of all, outrageously generous sunset clauses meant that Iran would be able to build a nuclear device within seven to ten years. Its weak system of oversight on the Iranian ballistic missile program meant that Tehran, by that time, may very well have developed the chariot to deliver the payload. This deal, I told him, could put the power of genocide in the hands of a government hateful enough to carry it out.

     Combating genocide and its rhetorical forewarnings were especially relevant to the two of us then, as we looked for answers in the wake of the Rwandan genocide, which took place while Cory studied at Oxford – its 25th anniversary took place this week. And they are especially relevant to me now, with the world’s newest calls for mass murder aimed at the six million Jews inhabiting the world’s only Jewish state.

     Shortly before the vote, Cory announced his intention to vote in support of the Iran deal. Even then I begged him to at least use his Senate platform to condemn the genocidal rhetoric emanating from Ayatollah Khamenei and fellow antisemites who promised a second Holocaust. Could he not, in just a single op-ed or speech, fulminate against their calls to “level Tel Aviv” – a city of a million – or “annihilate the Zionist regime.”

     I made this plea, privately as well as publicly, on several occasions: in The Hill, The Huffington Post, and The New York Observer. He may have chosen to ignore my calls, but he knew just how pensive millions of Jews were at the site of the United States legitimizing the leading purveyors of antisemitic word and action.

     But while for 25 years our friendship was unbreakable, it simply could not survive Cory’s betrayal of the fundamental value that had undergirded our mutual values: to safeguard the sanctity of human life.

     In an age where we wage wars to knock vile white supremacists off of YouTube, Cory’s vote provided far more dangerous bigots with the significant platform of being invited back into the community of civilized nations. From neglect, a relationship can flounder. Betrayal, though, is a far more serious challenge.

     Which leads us to my primary point: Cory is foundering in this election because he’s proven himself the classic politician, driven less by conviction than opportunity, more by the allure of stature than the love of mankind. Only a politician would choose party over principle in the face of the genocidal aspirations of Iran.

    Americans is sick of politicians. They are searching for authenticity. And all the candidates who are excelling are seen – love them or hate them – as being true to their political ideology.

    America knew Cory had a special friendship with Israel and the Jewish community, which he and I had built over 25 years. As he has abandoned Israel over the past three years to cater to extreme left-wing elements of the Democratic Party, America has seen him as just another politician who will sell out allies, friends, and a vulnerable democracy for political and personal gain. And they have punished him in the polls as a result.

    To win over the masses, one must beam with the brightest message of all: that one’s moral convictions are one’s sole authority. For if individuals cannot innately discern their own path, by what right can they demand worth in charting it for others?

    https://m.jpost.com/Opinion/No-Holds-Barred-Why-Cory-Booker-is-cratering-in-the-polls-587619

    • Replies: @Art
  313. @Zumbuddi

    “When do I get my Mensa ring?”

    After you vow on your word of honor to never, ever again vote for the party of blue-haired crazies, otherwise known as the “Democrats”

    AJM

  314. renfro says:
    @jacques sheete

    Jazzman got his when he started commenting on unz…..so you probable already qualify .

    • LOL: jacques sheete
    • Replies: @Philip Giraldi
  315. @renfro

    We will have a special award ceremony at the end of the year with Mike Pompeo handing out the trophies!

  316. @Philip Giraldi

    Hey Phil!

    A question.

    Can “we” U.R. commenters be “democratic” and offer individual nominations as to who deserves to get Pompey’s special award trophy?

    A Bright Thursday “Christos voskres” to you and family. Thanks always!

    P.S. (Zigh) In Scranton, tomorrow is Black Bright Friday shopping day.

    • Replies: @Philip Giraldi
  317. renfro says:
    @anonymous

    You haven’t plainly said what you think about that. But you appear to think that the end (removal of President Trump) justifies the means (bureaucratic coup) under discussion. You go so far to suggest that such a coup may not constitute a crime (“If there were any in the ‘coup’ aimed at Trump …”).

    Evidently you have trouble understanding what you read.
    I am not for coups…..EXCEPT in extreme circumstances.
    Right now Trump et al is trying to ‘coup’ three countries, Syria, Iran and Venezuela …..so being against ‘coups’ has lost its virginity. The US has been couping leaders for decades. …good for the goose, good for the gander.
    I said ‘if’ any crimes were committed in this coup they should be prosecuted.
    Frankly I don’t give a rats ass if Trump is couped or impeached or not, Pence would be only minimally better.
    I also do not give a rat ass about the Dems or Republicans.

    If you are a Trump lemming or a liberal lemming and don’t give a rats ass about corrupt imbeciles in the WH or congress then you are part of the problem in this country.

    You can cry yourself a river over Trumpie’s troubles just not to me I’m not interested.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  318. renfro says:
    @geokat62

    I think people forget…..if they ever knew….what false flag loving tapeworm started the Russian hacking hysteria.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-security-kaspersky/israeli-spies-found-russians-using-kaspersky-software-for-hacks-media-idUSKBN1CG05P

    Israel said behind discovery of Russian cybersecurity hack into US intel
    Kaspersky Lab software ordered wiped from government computers after Israeli agents hacked into system and found Kremlin’s footprints
    By TOI staff 11 October 2017

    Israel discovers Russian hacking through some of its own
    – Fifth Domain
    https://www.fifthdomain.com/…/israel-discovers-russian-hacking-through-some-of-its-…
    Oct 13, 2017 – Israeli intelligence officials found evidence of Russian hacking of U.S. … antivirus programs developer and chief executive of Russia’s Kaspersky Lab, … Kaspersky itself discovered said Israeli intrusion in mid-2015, when the

  319. Art says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    But a Trump transition official who was in the room where Flynn took a call regarding the upcoming UN Security Council vote said Flynn identified the caller as Kushner.

    Jews are toxic to a culture – they make it sick.

    Jarrad Kushner has to the most toxic Jew in America.

    Ask Mike Flynn – take a call from Kushner and your entire life ends up being trashed.

    DO NO HARM — Art

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  320. @ChuckOrloski

    Chuck-This site is strictly totalitarian!

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  321. @Art

    ” Jews are toxic to culture, they make it sick”

    Without the “cultural” contributions of the legions of Hebrew songsters, Gershwin, Hammerstein, Kern, Arlen (Over the rainbow) etc, to the “Great American Songbook”,
    thousands of beautiful works of musical art, America would be a “culturally” much poorer place.

    AJM

  322. Art says:
    @geokat62

    Shmuley Boteach, ‘America’s Rabbi,’ is sending a strong message to other aspiring young pols that if you don’t do 100% of The Lobby’s bidding, you will be discarded like a used tissue paper:

    No Holds Barred: Why Cory Booker is cratering in the polls

    Me thinks that Shmuley Boteach, ‘America’s Rabbi’ and Cory Booker are both cratering in the polls.

    Jew rabbi Shmuley is a joke – he says that Booker has abandoned humanity because he has made a vote against Israel – no – Booker and humanity are abandoning “the Jew as victim” lie. The rabbi can no longer hide the Big Jew bankers from humanity.

    Think Peace — Do No Harm — Art

  323. geokat62 says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    Without the “cultural” contributions of the legions of Hebrew songsters…

    Yes, I look forward to listening to these Hebrew classics, after they eventually banish us all to the Gulags for being “virulent” anti-semites.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  324. @Philip Giraldi

    The Vodzh, Philip Giraldi, announced: “Chuck-This site is strictly totalitarian!”

    Above, great news! Even Milchan & Mark Zuckerberg could not make up this “One Ideology,” socialist realism in cyberspace. 🤗

    A favor, Phil? Am hard up.

    Since I am the Scranton Oblast Minister of Transportation, can I have an appointment to become The Unz Review Ambassador to AIPAC?

    Thanks, but keep this secret, 🙊, Christos voskres!

  325. renfro says:

    Classic…..and very dumb money laundering deal. Almost laughable, but I think since Trump money laundering has attracted the attention of the Feds. NY has passed laws holding RE buyers and sellers responsible in money laundering deals…..NY and Fla and Caif are the man centers of money washing thru RE. imo…this is what Trump is most afraid of being caught at and his tax records would be one source of revealing the money trails.

    A small-time scam artist gave Trump a mansion for $0. Why?

    By Lance Williams and Matt Smith / April 12, 2018

    [MORE]

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – In this enclave of celebrity and tremendous wealth, it was a real estate megadeal that made little sense.

    In 2008, an Egyptian man with a reputation for small-time financial scams bought an opulent 10,400-square-foot mansion on famed Rodeo Drive.

    Sale price, according to public records: $10.3 million.

    Then, six weeks later, he transferred the mansion to a shell company set up by a brash New York billionaire – for no money at all.

    The billionaire was Donald Trump. The home was next door to another mansion he’d purchased for $7 million a year earlier and just down the street from The Beverly Hills Hotel, where two women say they had affairs with Trump around the same time.

    Trump held the property for less than a year, then sold it for $9.5 million – completing what, on paper at least, appears to be the best real estate deal Trump ever made.

    But people involved in the sale say it was all a mistake.

    In a filing with Los Angeles County, Egyptian émigré Mokless Girgis claimed that his name was put on the deed to the mansion by mistake. That’s why no money changed hands when he deeded the property to Trump, the document says.

    This swirl of transactions involving the future U.S. president defied the norms for high-end real estate deals, according to five real estate lawyers who reviewed the deal for Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.

    All the experts said they had seen mistakes on deeds – but only minor errors of spelling and punctuation. None had ever heard of a mistake in which a multimillion-dollar property was deeded to the wrong buyer.

    The sale of a luxury home typically involves brokers, notaries, lawyers and agents for title and escrow, the experts said. Trump and his team are no strangers to major real estate deals. With all that scrutiny, the experts asked, how could everyone fail to see the wrong name was on the deed?

    ”You are very careful to make sure the deed is accurate,” said San Francisco lawyer Kevin Rose, who handles major real estate transactions. “The first thing you check is, ‘Is it going to the right party?’”

    But people involved in the Rodeo Drive transaction say that it happened and that Trump actually did pay for the property.

    “Human error is not implausible and happens all the time,” said Igor Korbatov, the Los Angeles attorney who brokered the sale. “Notwithstanding the opinion of your experts.”

    The Trump Organization declined to comment.

    Ross Delston, a Washington, D.C.-based attorney and consultant on financial crimes to the International Monetary Fund, said the deal included “many facets that don’t add up.” He said the deal warrants further scrutiny.

    “Anyone investigating the transactions of the president and his minions would want to follow up on the numerous oddities and red flags that this series of transactions raises,” he said

    In the years leading up to the Beverly Hills transactions, Trump’s business empire was under financial siege over troubled projects funded with piles of debt. There were problems, too, in a high-profile outpost: Ratings for Trump’s reality television show, “The Apprentice,” were in steep decline.

    Looking for a spark, NBC moved the New York-based program to Los Angeles for the 2007 season. While the show was in production, the New York billionaire played the part of local celebrity – and L.A. booster.

    When in L.A., Trump stayed in a rented mansion on Mulholland Drive in the Hollywood Hills, near where his show’s contestants were housed

    Trump also went shopping for luxury real estate. In February 2007, he paid $7 million cash for a five-bedroom Colonial on North Canon Drive across the street from The Beverly Hills Hotel. He still owns the house, though he sometimes stayed at the hotel, the locale of his alleged liaisons with adult film actress Stormy Daniels and Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal.

    About a year later, the place around the corner from his home came up for sale.

    Behind tall hedges, the Rodeo Drive home’s gleaming white exterior featured Greek Revival-style porticos. It had six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a half-acre lot with a pool, spa and tennis court.

    For decades, it had been owned by the family of Omar Bongo, the late dictator of the African nation of Gabon. In March 2007, it sold for $10.5 million to a trust controlled by Leonard and Selma Fisch.

    The Fisches are prominent Los Angeles real estate investors and political donors. They have given more than $250,000 to GOP candidates and causes, records show. They were guests at the White House when George W. Bush was president and accompanied him on a trip to Israel,
    The Fisches never lived in the home, Selma Fisch said, but they threw some big parties there.

    A year after buying it, records show they sold the mansion to a company called Global Management Alliance, which Mokless Girgis had set up in Nevada.

    Mokless Girgis, shown in an undated photo from his Twitter account, acquired a $10.3 million mansion in Beverly Hills, Calif., in 2008. Six weeks later, he transferred ownership of it to a shell company set up by President Donald Trump – for no money at all.

    People who encountered Girgis in Los Angeles in those years recall a glib, handsome man who drove a Mercedes and spun self-aggrandizing stories: He was a pop star in Egypt; he was a big-time real estate developer. Sometimes, those false stories were part of an effort to attract cash for bogus business schemes, unhappy investors complained. At the time, he was earning about $48,000 per year as the pastor of a tiny church, according to a private investigator hired by creditors.

    The Fisches signed the deed transferring the home to Girgis’ company in March, but it wasn’t until July 11, 2008, that they finally filed the deed with the county.

    The sellers paid $11,385 in transfer tax, due when a property changes owners. No loan documents were filed, indicating a cash sale. At that point, the mansion seemingly belonged to Girgis, free and clear.

    Then, on Aug. 27, 2008, Girgis went to an escrow office in Beverly Hills and signed a new deed, transferring ownership of the mansion to a Delaware corporation called 806 Acquisitions LLC. The name of the man behind that shell company wasn’t made public at the time, but a year later, Trump signed a filing with the state of California identifying himself as the owner.

    A second sale of the mansion would have triggered another hefty transfer tax payment, experts said. But when Girgis filed the new deed, he declared that no tax was due because the ownership of the mansion had not changed: He merely wanted to correct the name of the property owner.

    Igor Korbatov, an attorney who brokered the sale of the mansion, says Mokless Girgis had been a prospective buyer and the home’s owners signed a deed, but the deal fell through.

    Igor Korbatov, the attorney for the sale ,who is also the Fisches’ son-in-law, said Girgis had been a prospective buyer and made an offer on the mansion earlier in 2008. Anticipating a sale, the Fisches signed a deed, but the deal fell through, he said.

    “Some time goes by, and that transaction falls apart. He doesn’t have the funds to close it,” Korbatov said. The signed paperwork was filed away and not submitted to the county.

    Months later, when Trump bought the property, the wrong deed – the one with Girgis’ company name on it – was filed, he said. A corrected deed was filed when the error was discovered, Korbatov said.
    He said the mistake was made by the real estate companies that processed the transactions and his in-laws had nothing to do with it.

    “It appears from our records that the error was completely our responsibility,” the title company, First American Title Insurance, said in a statement.

    The company provided no details and didn’t answer follow-up questions asking how the error was made.

    Another real estate firm, Escrow of the West, also was involved in the transactions, records show. In essence, the company’s job was to make sure the buyer actually had paid for the property before the deed was filed.

    At the time, a senior escrow officer named Susan B. Nichols supervised the company’s Beverly Hills office. In an interview, Nichols, who is now retired, said she reviewed every deed processed by the office but had no memory of the Trump deals.

    In looking over copies of the deeds, Nichols said she never would have approved filing the document granting the house to Girgis unless she had seen a sales contract with Girgis’ name on it – and only after payment had been deposited in an escrow account. She also said she would have approved signing the house over to Trump only if “it was kosher.”

    The experts consulted by Reveal said this outcome was theoretically possible – but so implausible that they had never heard of such a thing.

    “They would have so much liability,” said Linda Alioto, a real estate attorney in California’s wine country, “which is why I find it hard to believe they would be so sloppy.”

    The Rodeo Drive mansion President Donald Trump owned in 2008 had six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a half-acre lot with a pool, spa and tennis court.
    Credit: Stuart Palley for Reveal

    More than anything else, it was Girgis’ presence in the deal that raised red flags for the experts consulted by Reveal.

    How did a preacher with a $48,000-a-year salary become a prospective buyer in the first place? High-end real estate companies vet the net worth of prospective buyers before even showing them luxury homes: Typically, they want a lender’s preapproval for a mega-mortgage or proof of funds if a cash deal is contemplated.

    Nor did the experts understand why the sellers would sign their names to a deed giving the house to Girgis before he put up the money to buy the house.

    “The big question is, how did he get in the middle of this?” said San Francisco lawyer Anthony D. Ratner.

    Some people who were on the inside of the Beverly Hills home sale professed not to know Girgis. Selma Fisch, the mansion’s former co-owner, said Trump had bought the house and she knew nothing about an Egyptian man being involved.

    Berta Negari, who was listed as the buyer’s real estate agent, said, “I don’t know about the Egyptian guy.”

    After one season on the West Coast, “The Apprentice” moved back to New York. Trump never lived in the Beverly Hills mansion. In the summer of 2009, he sold the home for $9.5 million – $800,000 less than the previous year’s price – to a Swiss entity associated with the family of Eka Widjaja, an Indonesian billionaire financier. The sale was in cash.

    Trump lawyer Michael Cohen filed the legal papers for the shell company involved in the mansion’s purchase, and he notarized the deed when Trump sold the property, records show. He didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment.

    As Trump was selling the home, Girgis lost his job at the church.

    Outside of this one transaction, he has no known connection to Trump. According to acquaintances, the 51-year-old Girgis now lives in either Egypt or Belgium. He did not respond to multiple voice, email and Facebook messages or to a message left with his brother.

  326. renfro says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    Could you please do your Jew, jazz and mensa masturbating in private and not on unz threads.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  327. Art says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    ” Jews are toxic to culture, they make it sick”

    Without the “cultural” contributions of the legions of Hebrew songsters, Gershwin, Hammerstein, Kern, Arlen (Over the rainbow) etc, to the “Great American Songbook”,
    thousands of beautiful works of musical art, America would be a “culturally” much poorer place.

    How true – I agree – but that was all pre Israel – when most Jews loved traditional America.

    Today, Jews feed us angry crap devoid of love. Post the 50’s – our Jew led culture has been about sexist, racist, America the ugly. “Our country” – was traded for “this country.”

    In our Jew inspired divided country – traditional family community Love is over for America.

    Think Peace — Art

  328. annamaria says:

    A hearty hello to the western presstitutes and governmental whores:

  329. geokat62 says:

    The ADL, along with the Aspen Institute, just announced this exciting new initiative:

    Can’t wait for them to promote this great idea to the Israeli public. Wait, it won’t be promoted to the Israelis? I wonder why that is, hmmm.

  330. annamaria says:

    20 years ago NATO massacred civilians working for Serbian State TV: https://russia-insider.com/en/20-years-ago-nato-massacred-16-employees-serbian-state-tv-wounded-19-others/ri26855?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium

    In mid-April of 1999, NATO Air Commander, David Wilby, announced that NATO was sick of the Serb ‘propaganda’ and warned that unless Serb Television broadcast three hours of US programming in the daytime and another three hours in the evening, the TV station would be blown-up. …

    In the early morning hours of April 23, there was a thunderous explosion as cruise missiles slammed into the building causing a mile-high cloud of dust.

    What had been the four-story headquarters of Serbian TV was turned into a 15-foot pile of cement, plastic, iron, and the dead and wounded. Among the dead were two men hanging upside-down from the wreckage. A young woman technician was burned alive in the make-up room.

    A young man could only be extracted from the tons of wreckage by amputating both of his legs. He died.

    Thirteen other technicians and secretaries were killed or died in the hospital. At dawn, a group of several hundred Yugoslav citizens stood silently bearing witness in front of the smouldering wreckage, at a loss for words.

    Six hours later the U.K. Secretary of State for International Development, Clare Short, said RTS was a “legitimate target” … Tony Blair said the attack was “entirely justified…”

    Why Tony the Pious has not been excommunicated already? Is there any moral fiber present among the Vatican’s pious deciders? https://www.theguardian.com/world/1999/apr/24/balkans3

    BTW, the bombing was conducted from US planes. The chronology of the US/NATO war crimes in the former Yugoslavia, or Know your mega war profiteers: ttp://www.cnn.com/WORLD/europe/9903/24/nato.attack.bullet/index.html

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  331. renfro says:
    @annamaria

    Well the new Jewish Prez of Ukraine has wasted no time in stirring up more shit against Russia.
    The Ukraine is hopeless, just crop dust it with something to put it to sleep for a decades.

    Ukraine’s President-Elect Demands Sanctions Against Russia Over Passports
    Says Russia’s offer to ease traveling makes it an ‘aggressor state’

    April 24, 2019/Categories News/Tags Russia, Ukraine

    Ukraine’s President-elect Volodymyr Zelensky has demanded that the international community impose new sanctions against Russia to punish them for a new decree offering Russian passports to ethnic Russians in war-torn eastern Ukraine.

    Since Ukraine’s revolution installed a pro-West government, measures against ethnic Russians sparked a rebellion in the far east, which ended in a stalemate, and the region remains under de facto rebel control.

    People in these areas have no access to certain government services, like getting passports. Russian President Vladimir Putin today vowed to greatly simplify the means of them getting a Russian passport, which he said was a “purely humanitarian issue.”

    Zelensky, on the other hand, is presenting it as proof Russia is an “aggressor state” and claims their offer of passports reflects them occupying eastern Ukraine.

    This is a troubling first stage for Ukraine-Russia ties after the new election in Ukraine. Zelensky’s position to a fairly minor Russian move meant to increase ease of travel for Ukraine’s Russian minority is being used as an excuse to push global action against them, suggesting the new Ukraine government is going to continue its hostility toward Russia under every pretext. ”

    • Replies: @annamaria
  332. Skeptikal says:
    @annamaria

    “By the way, your attempts to impress the readers with your admiration for Harvard are funny.”

    I gotta agree with this.
    Harvard takes itself extremely seriously, and, sure, there are a lot of smart guys and gals there.
    But the place has changed. The focus has changed. Idealism is now a PR gambit, not the real thing.
    It ain’t like what it was in the sixties and seventies.

    As for Schiff, attending H’vard Law School doesn’t prove a thing. So did Obama . . .

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  333. @geokat62

    With very aware & cryptic humor, geokat addressed Authenticjazzman — who notably scuttled his braggart MENSA-tag due to embarrassment🤗 — and said: “Yes, I look forward to listening to these Hebrew classics, after they eventually banish us all to the Gulags for being “virulent” anti-semites.”

    Yo geokat!

    AJM likely retired to a high-IQ only bathhouse, but if he continues to stalk this comment-thread, he might delight in the music of my favorite Jewish composer/songwriter, Randy Newman!

    Nonetheless, linked below is Newman’s classic (1972) song & very cool video, titled “Political Science.” Uncannily prophetic, the song’s chorus lyric, “Let’s drop the Big One ” favorably appeals to the t-Rump administration Neocon zealots who want to do Iran.🙄

    Respect & salud, geo!

    • Replies: @geokat62
  334. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @renfro

    Well, that’s close. But the problem is that I have trouble understanding what you write.

  335. annamaria says:

    “Western propaganda is paid for in Syrian blood”

    The CIA/ NATO/Mossad’ great work in Syria is getting some exposure: “THE VETO: Film exposing CNN, Al Jazeera, Channel 4 and the western media propaganda war against Syria” https://21stcenturywire.com/2019/03/30/the-veto-film-exposing-cnn-al-jazeera-channel-4-and-the-western-media-propaganda-war-against-syria/

    The Veto tracks the evolution of the propaganda campaign waged by Western media against Syria. From Baba Amr in Homs 2011/2012 until the modern day “propaganda construct” – the NATO-member-state funded White Helmets.

    And these two idiots, Orlando von Einsiedel and Joanna Natasegara (who received an Academy Award for “documentary” The White Helmets), were the willing profiteers that had never even dared to enter the bloodied, raped Syria: https://21stcenturywire.com/2017/03/02/forget-oscar-give-the-white-helmets-the-leni-riefenstahl-award-for-best-war-propaganda-film/

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  336. annamaria says:
    @renfro

    Some smart Jews in Israel recommend the Ukrainian Jews to look for a new home beyond Ukraine before the things get inevitably much worse under the rule of the Jewish prime-minister of Ukraine Mr. Groisman and the Jewish President of Ukraine Mr. Zelenskii.

    Since the State Dept (Nuland-Kagan) and the CIA (Brennan) brought “democracy on the march” there in 2014, the Kaganat of Nuland had become the poorest European country. Zionists don’t even hide anymore their thoroughly indecent and dangerous intrigues.

    Expect from Mr. Kolomoiskii the Ventriloquist to use Mr. Zelenskii as his personal man-size puppet.

  337. @melpol

    Oh, indeed. Trump is as tough as a two-dollar T-bone. He is probably going to grab Chuckie Shoes by the ankles and beat Brennan half to death with him. ( /WWE announcer mode)

  338. olde reb says:

    Why is it written that the deep state is undermining Trump and then conclude transient appointed individuals in D.C. must have a nebulous deep state plot ? The irrational concept would further ignore decades of similar intrigue.

    An abundance of evidence indicates it is Wall Street, using the CIA/IA and US military, that has a psychopathic obsession to dominate the world. William Blum documents the nations in KILLING HOPE; CIA AND US MILITARY INTERVENTIONS while John Perkins has detailed the methodology in CONFESSIONS OF ECONOMIC HIT MAN. Cf. GLOBALIZATION OF POVERTY (WAR) AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER by Michel Chossudovsky. The CIA was created by Wall Street using their crony Allen Dulles so their nefarious acts of warmongering could be concealed by “national security.” Ref. DEVIL’S CHESSBOARD by David Talbot; THE BROTHERS by Stephen Kinser. Supportive citations would fill pages.

    The above treason is alleged to be financed by Wall Street’s control of the Federal Reserve. Ref. https://thedailycoin.org/2018/08/16/a-look-at-the-federal-reserve-through-a-different-lens/

    Wall Street is the deep state controlling force; D.C. individuals are the minions.

    • Agree: annamaria
  339. @annamaria

    Dear annamaria!

    Thanks for linking “The Veto” which, fyi, is also linked to Paul Craig Roberts latest very educational column on his web site.

    I must swear off watching CNN, Fox News Network, etcetera, even while strolling along on a Planet Fitness treadmill.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  340. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    … linked below is Newman’s classic (1972) song & very cool video…

    Very cool, indeed, Chuck.

    btw – while the Mueller investigation was all about alleged Russia meddling in US affairs, here’s a story that shows how Israel, through its American proxy, really meddles in KSA affairs:

    EXCLUSIVE: Saudi crown prince bragged that Jared Kushner gave him CIA intelligence about other Saudis saying ‘here are your enemies’ days before ‘corruption crackdown’ which led to torture and death

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5575395/Saudi-crown-prince-brags-Jared-Kushner-handed-U-S-intelligence.html

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  341. @geokat62

    WOW! Thank you, geo.

    Even the genius Le Carre *could not invent such a freak & real character as Jared Kushner, and his passing around CIA stuff, as a Saudi crown prince apparently boasted.🙄

    * Born in 1931, Le Carre did 5 years in the British Foreign Service. I can only hope Jared Kushner will do “life” in Sing-Sing.

  342. annamaria says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    You are welcome, dear Chuck.

  343. All signs indicate that the whole thing is a show. A hollywood production. WWE wrestling.

    After Bush, Obama, Trump all running on very different platforms, then once in office doing EXACTLY the same thing, it leads one to believe that elections don’t matter, democracy is a sham, the real rulers don’t hold elections.

    Seems that politicians are just faces for us to get angry and yell at, then vote out of office, elect our new guy, thinking we’ve played a role in the decision making.

    No one ever goes to jail. Hard to believe that people still believe this Q anon crap, nevermind that the Clintons and Trumps are BFF’s.

    I think most of these pro-Trump, Q anon comments come from Centcoms sock puppet accounts or Israeli hasbara trolls.

    If they did want Trump out, why not go after him for the war crimes he’s signed off on? Or for the obvious collusion with Israel?

    Yep, seems we need a revolt.

    • Agree: geokat62
    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @jacques sheete
  344. @Harold Smith

    I know a host of people who voted for Trump only to keep HRC out of the WH. I sincerely loathe Trump and everything he stands for. However, HRC’s bloody track record [“We came. WE Saw. HE died. Haw, haw, haw, haw…] was indicative of much more bloodshed to come. Trump was the ‘lesser’ of two evils, before the election, after it he became a true Prince of Darkness and joined forces with his half-sister Hilliphestopheles in a satanic ritual, better know as ‘Once I’m in.’

    On top of that, you’ve got the guts to admit you voted for Trump [whatever the reason] and you were wrong in doing so. In my book, only people with courage and an honest bearing do such things.

    Kudos to you, sir.

    As a side note: I don’t vote myself.

    • Agree: renfro
  345. Someone says:

    Is Trump really all that different from the previous sellout professional politicians?

    Trump is just less polished and more eager to play the race card. Instead of correctly citing the grifter military contractors, monopolists, oil tycoons, pharmaceuticals, financiers, etc., Trump has successfully directed ire towards irrelevant scapegoats. So now all the newly dispossessed whites are living like penniless blacks and Latinos, and blaming someone other than those in charge.

    Oligarchs have controlled every prez since dimwitted Ronnie. The Donald is no different and still does their bidding. So what if there is some internecine swiping between rival oligarchy factions? The material wealth and living standards are still spiraling downwards.

    • Replies: @notanon
    , @jacques sheete
  346. @Jeff Davis

    ” and near annihilation by the Nazis in the last century.”

    According to the Jewish version of history !

    Let us give some credit or at least the benefit of the doubt for the many revisionist historians who have been gagged by the near total Jewish control over the media. It is a shame that the works of some of those revisionists like the late Robert Faurisson and Earnest Zundell, to name a few, whose lives were ruined by the hounding of the Jews and their lackeys, did not succeed at alerting enough inquisitive minds so the story of the Holocaust can take its proper due in the annals of history.

  347. @Rurik

    ” Just as it’s established history that Wilson assisted in the betrayal of Germany [see Declaration, Balfour] following the armistice, when Germany was tricked into disarming, and then starved into signing their nation and people’s lives away to the tender mercy of International Jewish supremacists (and their French and Belgium and English satraps), who would then turn Germany into a giant brothel for the amusement of the world’s perverts, who infamously reduced Berlin to a pedophile’s playground- preying on starving German children. All while heaping humiliation upon the German people. [see Regime, The Weimar].”

    According to the late Earnest Zundell, in 1932 two hundred thousand Germans committed suicide just before Hitler assumed the reins of power and started changing the situation. Also the Berlin of the Weimar Republic was known as the sin city of the world were desperate starving families would prostitute their kids for the sake of a few crumbs from the table of the banksters.

    ” Now, by this time the treasonous scum Wilson had gone to meet his reward in Hell, but we had a new stooge of International Jewish supremacism in the White House. A one most-execrable FDR.”

    The three greatest legacies of Woodrow Wilson: 1- The Federal Reserve Act 2- Income Tax 3- US entry in WWI; I hope he was worth the canon powder that sent him to hell.

    ” The governments of England and France and the ZUSA are doing all they can to fuck over the most capable citizens of these respective nations, and replace them all with an identity-less slave/consumer non-race. Duh. You’d have to be brain-dead not to see this glairing truth”

    President Macron ( Maricon) just announced that the restoration of Norte Dame should reflect the new diversity in France. Maybe we should expect an Minaret and a Menorah to shoot out from Norte Dame along with some modern art architectural piece and some signboards for famous brands advertisement.

    Your comment here can and should be the nucleus for a long and informative doctorate about the New World Order and the endless misery that the world’s population had endured and still will have to endure for the sake of Zionist supremacy. As usual, your substance and style deliver a nasty punch to the idle and conformist minds of those who have chosen to stay within the parameters of the Matrix of Control and at the service of the Powers That Be. Even the English language is being subordinated to the interest of the glory of Zion when Quisling, a man who took the choice of fighting against the coming genocide of his race, became synonymous with treachery.

    A brave new world indeed.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  348. annamaria says:
    @redmudhooch

    So it’s not Russiagate that has been destroying the U.S. https://www.hannenabintuherland.com/europe/hedge-fund-billionaire-ray-dalio-says-the-american-economy-poses-existential-threat-if-capitalism-does-not-redistribute-business-insider/ Hedge-fund billionaire Ray Dalio:

    … income/wealth/opportunity gap and its manifestations pose existential threats to the US because these conditions weaken the US economically, threaten to bring about painful and counterproductive domestic conflict, and undermine the United States’ strength relative to that of its global competitors.

    And this going on in parallel with the U.S. doing the “democratizing” and regime-changing in the weaker nation and showing the world “how things must be done.”

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @annamaria
  349. @annamaria

    To redmudhooch, annamaria offered priceless Continuing Education: “And this going on in parallel with the U.S. doing the “democratizing” and regime-changing in the weaker nation and showing the world “how things must be done.”

    Again, salud, annamaria!

    From another Joseph & Mary, below is linked education on the Project For New American Century’s (PNAC) devoted plan to do regime change in Iran. 😕

    https://lobelog.com/the-path-to-war-with-iran-is-paved-with-sanctions/

  350. annamaria says:
    @annamaria

    Assange’s Imprisonment Reveals Even More Corruption Than WikiLeaks Did: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-25/assanges-imprisonment-reveals-even-more-corruption-wikileaks-did

    Never stop using this information to attack the promulgators and beneficiaries of disinformation.

    Never stop referring to the US and UK as “a government which imprisons journalists for publishing inconvenient facts”.

    Never stop calling out the hypocrisy when westerners criticize other governments for locking up journalists.

    Never stop reminding people who pretend to care about the free press when Trump makes mean tweets about a CNN reporter that they are willfully ignoring a threat to the free press that is infinitely greater in this administration’s prosecution of Assange.

    Comment section:

    Nobody knows what to do with Assange because he didn’t actually commit a crime. Furthermore, he’s a great journalist. Wikileaks has never gotten a story wrong.

  351. @annamaria

    Chilling stuff.

    Damn them!

    And to think that ,

    It is simply an historical fact – deplorable, to be sure – that the Jews have aroused antipathies wherever they have planted their colonies. Although the phenomenon is doubtless much older, the first clear and indisputable example comes from the Fifth Century B.C. The extant correspondence of that date between a wealthy Jewish colony on the island of Elephantine in the upper Nile and the directorate in the Temple in Jerusalem shows that the colony, although under the armed protection of the Persian Empire after the latter invaded and conquered Egypt, was so disliked by the native Egyptians that violence repeatedly occurred.

    -Revilo P. Oliver, America’s Decline p 408

    NB: This comment was posted without benefit of preview or the ability to edit it.

  352. @ChuckOrloski

    …the progenitor for post-WW2’s diabolical Morgenthau Plan attempt?😟

    No doubt one of many progenitors. At least the SoBs sometimes exhibit consistency. Submit or die, in other words.

    At any rate, Jacques, Nathan Meeker’s ambitions crashed, and his life was taken by his own stubborn refusal to understand the customs & point of view of the Native Utes. Hm.

    Nonetheless, Colorado Governor Frederick Pitkin capitalized upon Meeker’s economic sanction (+) dreams! By cooking up convincing (False Flag😕) “atrocity cases against the…

    Nah, they wouldn’t do that, would they Bro Chuck?

    Now I have to read that book, too!

    Thanks once again.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  353. @renfro

    tRump claims no one disobeys his orders?

    I hope Humpty tRumpty tries handing one to me.

  354. @annamaria

    There is a recognition that the ZUSA is preparing to do another genocide,

    They have to amuse themselves somehow.

    Remember the spoiled punks,Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold.

    They were the privileged heirs of well-known Chicago families who had embarked on a life of crime for fun and for the pure thrill of it.

    NB: This comment posted without preview or the ability to edit.

  355. Blake says:

    There’s a reason why he’s been bankrupt more than once- he’s totally inept. Moreover morally and ethically bankrupt too.

  356. @Authenticjazzman

    Without the “cultural” contributions of the legions of Hebrew songsters, Gershwin, Hammerstein, Kern, Arlen (Over the rainbow) etc, to the “Great American Songbook”,
    thousands of beautiful works of musical art, America would be a “culturally” much poorer place.

    So much for “genius”…

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  357. @renfro

    Could you please do your Jew, jazz and mensa masturbating in private and not on unz threads.

    Please be more specific; I don’t want to think about him doing it in the elevator where he listens to all that “great music” even if it is otherwise unoccupied.

  358. @annamaria

    I had no idea regarding that particular incident but such things still disgust me, they no longer surprise me.

  359. @redmudhooch

    After Bush, Obama, Trump all running on very different platforms, then once in office doing EXACTLY the same thing…

    No way!

    Two of the self acclaimed “geniuses” here keep telling us that Hillary would’ve been worse and that only morons would vote for the Dems, and you know that “geniuses” are always right!

    PS: I’ve never voted for, nor shall I ever vote for, any Dem and quit voting for Repubs after I made the deeply regrettable mistake of voting for the Shrub because he was not Goofy Al Gore.

  360. @Skeptikal

    Agree. The “Ivy” League, etc., are social clubs and propaganda mills, but no one has to take my word for it. All one has to do is look at the effete trash those institutions produce.

    Then there’s this, (note the reference to Hawvawd “Law” in particular) :

    In law, the infection is called “socialized jurisprudence” a Fabian chicanery spread from Harvard after its Law School was captured in the early part of this century by a conspiratorial gang directed by Harold J Laski, Morris Cohen, and Felix Frankfurter, who frequently hid behind their docile fugleman, Roscoe Pound, a pompous botanist turned jurist, whom Frankfurter had succeeded in installing as Dean of the Law School.

    Law is [one of the fields], but I know of no academic field that has not been infiltrated and corrupted, in one way or another by the Socialist-Bolshevik Conspiracy.

    -Revilo P. Oliver, America’s Decline p 417-418

    NB: Posted without the ability to review or edit.

  361. @Curmudgeon

    Exactly right, Curmudgeon.

    The US is currently in the midst of a political and cultural ***WAR***. Truth is irrelevant. Power is everything.

    The first great battle of that war — the Mueller/Russia!Russia!Russia! attack on Trump, a coup attempt actually — is over. Trump won. Trump is now stronger, and the anti-Trump forces weaker. But the war continues, the weakened anti-Trump forces momentarily blunted, regrouping, and focusing on secondary points of weakness, while the Trump forces are preparing a counter-attack to go after the criminal/treasonous plotters of the failed coup attempt.

    This will continue, and I suspect it will get a good deal nastier, because the anti-Trump forces, while thwarted in their initial assault, have not yet felt any pain. If Trump goes on the attack, there is no telling how brutally spectacular that show might prove to be. And because the DC Establishment is thoroughly corrupt, previously — but no longer — shielded by the DOJ from accountability, their asses are hanging out there, ready to be set on fire.

    Personally, I don’t think Trump is the mad arsonist of my dreams, but he is now the undisputed owner of the DOJ under AG Barr, so the question is not “Will there be fireworks?” but rather “How spectacular the display?”

    Bring it!

    • Replies: @annamaria
  362. @jacques sheete

    Bro Jacques!

    Dislike supporting Amazon book choppers, but linked below is Ralph Andrist’s indispensable book, “The Long Death.” It’s a “keeper,” riveting read, and the book also shows how international Jewry’s is making way for the last day of the palefaces.😕

    https://www.amazon.com/Long-Death-Last-Plains-Indians/dp/0025022903/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?crid=1LK4Q31TPQFEL&keywords=the+long+death+the+last+days+of+the+plains+indians&qid=1556294965&s=gateway&sprefix=The+Long+Death&sr=8-1

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  363. Ahoy says:

    @ ChuckOrloski

    Loved the song and video. The only way I see to stop the Neocon zealots to do Iran and drop the big one is this.

    The sooner the better.

  364. @jacques sheete

    ” So much for genius”

    So aparently you are trying to deny the cultural value of the Hebrew contributions to the so-called “Great American Songbook”.

    Look you fucking uncultured cretin, you wouldn’t recognize or be able to descern a great work of musical art, regardless if Bach Beethoven or Gershwin, if it slapped you upside your empty head.
    I really regard you as a fucking blabbermouth fool so anything you say simply goes past me, period.

    Yeah and for metaphysical contemplation : The one of a kind Jerome Kern shares the same birthday with Amadeus Mozart.

    AJM

  365. notanon says:
    @Someone

    Campaign Trump did call out the globalists and neocons – Prez Trump made a few moves towards implementing those policies but now he’s stopped and reversed.

    option 1: he was always a shill

    options 2: the media and deep state created the russia hoax so they could get the NSA to legally bug him and through that they got dirt on him from his business dealings which they are using to control him.

    to believe option 1 you have to believe they created mass hysteria over the russia collusion hoax purely as a distraction.

  366. annamaria says:
    @Jeff Davis

    “If Trump goes on the attack, there is no telling how brutally spectacular that show might prove to be.”

    1. If
    2. It is quite possible that Trump’s attempts at shaking and punishing the leaders of “intelligence community” (which has become a sinecure for opportunists devoid of any patriotic sentiments as well as intelligence), could well result in him (or someone very dear to him) being “suicided” or harmed in a major way. Guess he understands that. Though it is nice to know that new technology makes it more difficult to hide conspiracies and crimes.
    3. It is hard to expect that the gangrenous spread of lawlessness over the body of US government can be easily and effectively treated. The country is a fiefdom of the Financial sector (mega money changers) & MIC (mega war profiteers). They have been devouring the US with amazing speed.

  367. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @renfro

    Trump should be prosecuted for colluding with Israel with Zionist with Sheldon with the other Jews to help Israel and in the process breaking laws and hurting US interests .

    • Agree: renfro
  368. annamaria says:

    “evidence is kind of optional these days.”

    Marina Butina sentenced to 18 months in prison: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-26/accused-russian-spy-marina-butina-sentenced-18-months-prison

    Butina arrived in the US on a student visa in 2016 and became active in pro-gun circles. During the investigation into Russian interference that followed Trump’s electoral triumph, she was accused of working with the Russian government to infiltrate the Republican Party and National Rifle Association. Moscow and President Putin have denied any connection with her. …

    Butina wasn’t mentioned in the Mueller report.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/russian-operative-maria-butina-sentenced-18-months-prison-n998866

    Butina admitted to working with her Republican operative boyfriend Paul Erickson at the behest of a Russian official in order “to establish unofficial lines of communication with Americans having power and influence over U.S. politics … for the benefit of the Russian Federation,” according to court papers.

    Prosecutors conceded that “Butina was not a spy in the traditional sense.”

    And when will we see the thousands of the Lobby/AIPAC operatives sentenced to prison terms for their aggressive attempts at “establish unofficial lines of communication with Americans having power and influence over U.S. politics” for the benefit of the apartheid Jewish State?

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  369. @Authenticjazzman

    To Jacques Sheete, Mens(a)trual-Mouth, AJM, said: “I really regard you as a fucking blabbermouth fool so anything you say simply goes past me, period.”

    Yo AuthenTHICKjewsman!

    Whoa, boy! Above, er…, then why are you here? (zzZigh)

    Nonetheless, I am a cultured cretin, fucker! So linked below, & fyr, a question:
    What do you think of Woodie Guthrie’s folk & Hanukkah dance song contribution to the Greater American Israeli Empire Songbook?*

    * Fyi, Woodie’s Jewish mother-in-law was a poet, and it’s rumored that he recorded the above songs🙄 so that she didn’t force him get a “real job,” like washing pots & dishes at Alice Epstein’s Restaurant.

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  370. Robjil says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    New Great zAmerican Songbook

    Full Spectrum Dominance – Paul Wolfowitz

    Seven Nations to destroy for the nine eleven false flag – Wesley Clark

    500000 Iraqi Children dying from from US sanction is OK – Mad Albright

    F–k the EU – Victoria Nuland

    A new Pearl Harbor is needed – PNAC

    Richard Perle’s wisdom – His thinking is the real Perle Harbor of our day. He even mentions ” great songs” to be song about his vision for the destruction of our planet. He is a real Perle. Maybe, Jazzman is on to something after all.

    https://www.newstatesman.com/node/192545

    Here is some perle’s of wisdumb from Richard Perle:

    “No stages,” he said. “This is total war. We are fighting a variety of enemies. There are lots of them out there. All this talk about first we are going to do Afghanistan, then we will do Iraq . . . this is entirely the wrong way to go about it. If we just let our vision of the world go forth, and we embrace it entirely and we don’t try to piece together clever diplomacy, but just wage a total war . . . our children will sing great songs about us years from now.”

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  371. @ChuckOrloski

    Thanks Chuck.

    I ordered a copy from alibris. I hope it’s not owned by Amazon, which i have been boycotting for some time. Screw them. I understand that they bought AbeBooks which used to be a fave of mine. 🙁

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  372. @Robjil

    Maybe, Jazzman is on to something after all.

    We’re onto jazzman, but he’s obviously on something. Onto something? Not so much.

    • Agree: Robjil
  373. @Someone

    Oligarchs have controlled every prez since dimwitted Ronnie.

    Goes back to at least Woody Wilson and the disgusting Commie, FDR, and continued from there. Truman, Eisenhower, LBJ, Nixon.

    Little doubt they killed Kennedy to get their boy (LBJ) installed.

  374. @Authenticjazzman

    I really regard you as a fucking blabbermouth fool so anything you say simply goes past me, period.

    So is that why you responded in such a cultured manner? I think you meant yer having a period; or something.

    PS: My fave in all the cosmos is Bach’s Brandenberg Concerto #6 but I luv all the rest, too. And speaking of trumpet, Maurice Andre (ever hear of him?) would probably give up his if he knew the likes of something like you claimed to tinker with one.

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  375. @annamaria

    With great extraordinary common sense, annamaria asked: “And when will we see the thousands of the Lobby/AIPAC operatives sentenced to prison terms for their aggressive attempts at “establish unofficial lines of communication with Americans having power and influence over U.S. politics” for the benefit of the apartheid Jewish State?”

    Dear annamaria!

    Above, in my lifetime, am afraid I won’t get to see such glorious day.

    At any rate, and as you know, international Jewry🤑, & not Apprentice t-Rump, has bequeathed to my “Homeland” the Neoconservative Art of the Department of Justice (DOJ) Deal.

    The very people who sit upon today’s SCOT(Z)US & run the DOJ, love and adore the monopolization of law by 1%-er oligarchs, a steady Bill of Rights demolition, and of course W. Bush’s $million baby, Patriot Act.

    (Zigh) Bradley Chelsea Manning and Assange get hauled in, sentenced.

    The US🙄 “No Child Left Behind” public school education system & allied with the Jewish Corporate Media, have broken (to almost smithereens) the OFFICIAL lines of informational communication which prohibits multi-millions of flummoxed “Homelanders” from knowing how The Lobby has etherized* them on the…, “Telescreen.”🙈

    Salud & my respect, annamaria.
    (Zigh) Apartheid, based upon Political Correctness, and income is here.

    * From T.S. Eliot, Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, and the 20th Century Brits, “etherized on a table.”

  376. @jacques sheete

    Hey Jacques!

    Your acquisition of Ralph Andrist’s book on the last days of the Plains Indians shall be an “eye opener” as is the reading of CODAH would be to both our Knesset Congress and Executive Branch.

    CODAH-committed commenter, “Wally” is presently M.I.A.🤔! Hm. Maybe he’s on business at an NRA Happy Hour gala & is handing out “Trump 2020” campaign buttons?

    And as I don’t predict he’ll move upon my book-reading recommendations, but Mr. Andrist’s work would help Wally to better understand t-Rump’s “many excellent” MAGA Tribe 🇮🇱accomplishments, and he could foretell the last days of our “Homeland’s” Plains, All- ‘Merikan Sanctuary & (+) sanctuarized by default Cities, 😕 and Towns.

    Salud & my respect, Bro JS!

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  377. Junior says:

    One can only hope that investigators dig deep into what is Washington insiders have been up to so Trumpgate will prove more interesting and informative than was Russiagate. And one also has to hope that enough highest-level heads will roll to make any interference by the Deep State in future elections unthinkable. One hopes.

    Absolutely!

    I hope so as well.

    We shall see when Trump declassifies the FISA Court documents and all the Brennan/Comey/Rosenstein/Ohr/etc. memos that would reveal how exactly this attempted coup was started.

    Great article… as usual 😉

    • Replies: @geokat62
  378. geokat62 says:
    @Junior

    Junior, is that you? I just checked your archive and it looks like you’ve taken almost a 2 year hiatus. Where’ve you been? What’ve you been up to? We’ve missed your great sense of humour. Glad you’re back!

    • Replies: @Junior
  379. @ChuckOrloski

    Your acquisition of Ralph Andrist’s book on the last days of the Plains Indians shall be an “eye opener” …

    I hope it’s no worse than Dee Brown’s classic, “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.” There is so much depressing excrement going on out there, then and now, that I don’t know how anyone can maintain his sanity.

    Bless you and the rest who understand.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  380. RobinG says:
    @Art

    Okay, baby, here we go! Share before it’s totally blocked.

    “What does it matter if we beat Donald Trump if we end up with someone who will perpetuate the very same Crony Capitalist policies, Corporate policies, and waging more of these costly wars.”

    What do you bet the Dems made her delete this video? But here’s the bootleg, heh heh heh.
    Tulsi Gabbard Deleted Tweet Video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl2DrWx1KfE&feature=youtu.be

    • Replies: @Junior
  381. Junior says:
    @geokat62

    Haha thanks, geo!

    I’ve been busy trying to change the opinions of Family and Friends by posting my thoughts on facebook for the last two years… AKA spent last two years arguing with a brick wall lol 😀

    Glad to be back to hear everybody’s thought provoking commentary and DEFINITELY great to see you again, my friend! 🙂

  382. Junior says:
    @RobinG

    GREAT to see you again too, Robin! 😉

    The gangs all here 🙂

    Cheers, mates!

    Some good music and a little jokey joke is in order haha 😀

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  383. @jacques sheete

    Bro JS offered: “Bless you and the rest who understand.”

    Hey Jacques!

    My, my, re; above, and how we need blessings in order to ward off Neoconservative “cognitive dissonance” which I for one attest is globally institutionalized.😕

    Will demonstrate, Jacques.

    Point 1: Appearing today at Justin Raimondo’s antiwar web site, is a Good News🙌 headline article which indicated “Trump orders push for arms control deals with Russia and China.” This rational move of course arrives after the diabolical
    t-Rump administration’s unilateral withdrawal from the cornerstone INF Treaty. 🤔

    Point 2: Featured today on Veterans Today is a very valuable article written by our Philip Giraldi, and which the VT writer indicated was posted at The Unz Review on April 18th, Maundy Thursday.🤔

    Acknowledge regular attendance at Holy Week services here at my Scranton-based St. Joseph’s Melkite Church, but I have a hard time believing my culturally divided🤗 attention was “betrayed,” & I missed P.G.’s 4/18 article posted at The Unz Review.

    At any rate, linked below is Mr. Giraldi’s truly educational article which doubtless did appear on Holy Thursday.🙌

    https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2019/04/18/rumors-war-washington-is-looking-for-fight/

    Bottom line, Bro Jacques: On the wrong side of the N.W.O. train tracks, we can only uphold humane & anti-Zionist principles, and pay the most careful attention as to what’s actually going on in Tel Aviv, D.C., Moscow, and Beijing.

    P.S.: Welcome back commenter, “Junior.” I needed a lively shot of Irish music.

  384. annamaria says:

    Editor-in-Chief Joe Lauria was interviewed by Lee Camp on his RT program Redacted Tonight about press freedom under threat.
    https://consortiumnews.com/2019/04/27/cn-on-lee-camps-redacted-tonight/

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @geokat62
  385. annamaria says:
    @annamaria

    We have to defend this Man

  386. geokat62 says:
    @annamaria

    Editor-in-Chief Joe Lauria was interviewed by Lee Camp on his RT program Redacted Tonight about press freedom under threat.

    Thanks for sharing the video, annamaria.

    I very much enjoyed the interview.

    It turned out that that interview was the first of two that were included in the video. The second interview was with Michael Pollack founder of March On Harrisburg. Michael had a lot of interesting things to say about which tactics are the most successful in bringing about change in government policies. I think it is incumbent upon any group that is ever organized to remove the Zionist yoke from the American people to acquaint itself with these tactics.

    Starting @ 23:28:

    Michael Pollack – Put all that together and that’s March On Harrisburg… lobbying, marching and non-violent civil disobedience…

    Host- Is marching enough. Will it create change?

    Michael Pollack – Marching by itself is not enough, and lobbying by itself is not enough, and civil disobedience by itself is not enough. But all of them combined and then our fourth tactic which is organize, organize, organize… And so, all of these tactics together what it does, the lobbying you go in and explain yourself make your case… and then you march to kind of build that public support that public pressure and for lack of a better word to really radicalize people… and the non-violent disobedience just raises the pressure and there’s really a lot of tenacity to it. You really make the case that we’re not going away.

  387. annamaria says:

    The unraveling of the real collusion and more: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-27/ukraine-tapped-obama-admin-hurt-trump-help-clinton-and-protect-bidens

    The January 2016 gathering, confirmed by multiple participants and contemporaneous memos, brought some of Ukraine’s top corruption prosecutors and investigators face to face with members of former President Obama’s National Security Council (NSC), FBI, State Department and Department of Justice (DOJ). … the Americans’ objectives included two politically hot investigations: one that touched Vice President Joe Biden’s family and one that involved a lobbying firm linked closely to then-candidate Trump. …
    The Obama officials were interested in reviving a closed investigation into payments to US figures from Ukraine’s pro-Russia Party of Regions – which both Paul Manafort and Tony Podesta did unregistered work for…

    The results:

    … a member of Ukraine’s parliament has released a recording of a NABU [National Anti-Corruption Bureau] official saying the agency released the ledger [against Manafort] to help Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

    … Joe Biden pressured Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to fire Ukraine’s chief prosecutor in March 2016…The Burisma case was transferred to NABU, then shut down…

    The Biden/Obama team gave lessons to Ukrainians on how the “democracy” must be dealt with.

    Comment section:

    Obama and Biden financed the two arms of the Ukrainian military that were causing trouble on the Russian border. One was the Nazi units and the other was the Chechen units flown in and given their own special status separate from the Nazi units.
    The Chechen units flown in came from Afghanistan and Syria. Canada’s former Prime Minister Stephen Harper helped arm and finance both and today the Nazi dame [ChrystiaFreeland] who is Trudeau’s Foreign Minister continues Canada’s legacy supporting the Obama/Biden deep state missions on Russia’s borders.

    It has come back to haunt the Trudeau government as it now looks like a landslide victory coming to push him and his Nazi dame out of Office. Now the whole scheme is unravelling and shows the CIA/CSIS support for terrorist operations to destabilize peace talks around the world.

  388. @jacques sheete

    ” My fav in all the cosmos is Bach’s Brandenberg concerto”

    Having attended conservatory for four years in the study of classical flute performance, completed with an excellent “Abschluss”, I went through the Bach catalogue of concerts for flute, my favorite being the B minor for flute and orchester
    I also worked up the two Amadeus Mozart flute concerts in G and D to performance level, which he penned while in Mannheim, 1777, and having lived there myself for a couple of years I would walk by the site of his residence down the avenue from the palace : “Schloss”, and it never failed to leave me awe-struck , the very thought that WA Mozart walked the very same space.

    AJM

    PS : M Andre was fine, althought he had no clue as to the art of (Jazz) improvisation, JP Rampal did. ( As I myself do)

    PPS : Aside from these trivial facts, you can go to hell.

  389. @ChuckOrloski

    W Guthrie was a communist nut-case, and I can’t stand him or his music.

    AJM

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  390. annamaria says:

    A lengthy comment from ZeroHedge but very much worthy of reposting: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-27/strassel-why-didnt-mueller-investigate-whether-steele-dossier-was-russian-disinfo

    [MORE]

    SKRIPAL was the Russian informant on the dossier and an associate of Steele, which is why the UK concocted the SKRIPAL false flag by poisoning the Skripals with Fentanyl and disappearing them so SKRIPAL could never tell anyone he was the Russian feeding disinformation to Steele. Most everyone in the UK was not buying the ******** Novichok poisoning FF. I think the government knew it too. It was also more excuse to hype Russophobia as they do in the UK to this day through Integrity Initiative, funded by the foreign office to “counter Russian propaganda/disinformation” aka propagandize & demonize Russia to manufacture public consent for a world war on Russia.

    Which brings me to this completely stupid and intellectually offensive article [by Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal fame.] … The entire report is based on LIES. …

    But the biggest lie of all and one that is so often missed but now needs serious refute is that the Russians hacked into the DNC computer, stole Clintons emails and then gave them to Wikileaks

    This one big fat LIE is significant because it tells us what the true objective of Russiagate is all about… that this is a NEOLIBERAL WAR NARRATIVE. RUSSIA HACK = IRAQI WMD.

    The “intelligence community” you know, the same one who LIED US INTO IRAQ and every WAR since. The rhetoric is heating up on Iran and that is about to get a lot worse as Trump just decided not to renew sanctions waivers

    If you’re aware of our foreign policy, ESPECIALLY Obama’s policies toward RUSSIA that were just pure EVIL, there is no way you could buy into this narrative. But all throughout Obama’s tenure LITTLE was made of his foreign policy as he went from one regime change to another. The elite deliberately kept foreign policy AWAY from the eyes of the American people, UNLESS it was to sell a WAR aka Assad gassed his own citizens and other such nonsense. Media and the political elite on BOTH sides just loved Trump as he bombed Syria under false pretexts.

    Obama HATED Russia and did some extremely evil things with help from dual Israeli Democrats in Congress. Like this one [from the horse mouth of Kimberly Strassel: “Fusion was hired as part of a team to help Ms. Veselnitskaya undermine Bill Browder, the man behind the Magnitsky Act, a law that imposes sanctions on Russians for corruption and human-rights violations.” It was dual Israeli Ben Cardin along with that FRAUD Bill Browder, who owes hundreds of millions in back taxes to Russia and is now a UK citizen [under investigation for a strings of murders in Russia], that came up with the Magnitsky Act. A CIA asset utilized to demonize and propagandize against Russia. Dual Israhelli Cardin knew it was a fraud but got the Act passed anyway.

    All the sanctions on Russia are based on LIES and FRAUD. It was dual Israeli Democrats that pushed Russiagate the most. Schumer, SCHIFF, WASSERMAN Schulz, Sanders, Cardin, Blumenthal, Feinstein, ROSENSTEIN is also a dual citizen. Israhell and the US have quite a beef with Russia because Russia stopped the war on Syria and interfered with Greater Israhell. To TPTB that is a big no no and a very big deal for them. So now sanctions on Syria, IRAN, Lebanon & Hezbollah, designating Iran’s military as a terrorist .org under the AUMF so as not to have to go through Congress to declare WAR on Iran.

    There are 2 of our carriers in the Mediterranean doing drills. And what does our Ambassador say?:

    “Ambassador to Russia John Huntsman and Adm. James Foggo, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Europe. The purpose of the visit was twofold — to kick off a dual-carrier exercise with sister ship John C. Stennis on April 24, and to deliver a sternly worded message to Russia: Stand down.

    “Each of the carriers operating in the Mediterranean as this time represent 100,000 tons of international diplomacy,”

    What a douche bag. They want Russia to stand down in Venezuela but also in SYRIA, but most especially the upcoming war on Iran. Dozens of F-35 just delivered to Kuwait and Israhell just got a shipment of a few THAAD systems all within the last two weeks. Israhelli IDF pilots are in Greece learning how to fly around in mountainous terrain which is what Iran is, very mountainous and difficult terrain.

    And lastly, ISIS terrorists have been attacking the Russian base in Syria is with rockets, so Russia is now bombing ISIS in Idlib the last stronghold for the terrorists. Russian military says they will continue bombing runs over Idlib and the SAA was due to clear that stronghold by summer.

    Due to US sanctions Syria is in the midst of a oil crisis. Just where the Zionazis want them, impotent and unable to deliver Idlib from ISIS. NO OIL NO WAR. Syria needs oil to fight it’s war on terrorism.

    Russia stands in the way of the *** world order.

    I never in my life thought that Americans could be lied into a major war again after Iraq. That was terribly naive. Few even noticed that Mueller is one of the dirtiest cops on the planet, playing the same role he played in getting us into Iraq. This man sat before Congress and LIED his *** off about Iraqi WMD and helped cover up 9/11 and yet we autre going to give this war criminal the benefit of the doubt? Mueller and the lying intelligence agency psychopath like Brennan, Clapper belong swinging from lamp posts not sitting on MSNBC or CNN giving commentaey.

    Russiagate is FAR FAR from over and there is one man who could end this nonsense tomorrow.

    Julian Assange.

    He knows the source of the DNC emails. He also knows who killed Seth Rich. And they want him shut him up forever. Like the Skripals, if the unelected oligarchs that run this country think you might blow a cover they have many ways to get back at you.

    Most ZHers know that the Russians didn’t hack the DNC computers. Nor did they interfere in the election. But Israhell did. Just ask AIPAC. Or better yet, Ben Cardin. …

    When will Americans see their being duped? What false flag will be used next time to draw US into another major war for the Zionazi state?

  391. @Authenticjazzman

    Infatuated with his “art,”🙄Authenticjazzman yelped: “W Guthrie was a communist nut-case, and I can’t stand him or his music.”

    Yo AJM!

    Fur, linked down below is the Boston Pops performing “communist” Woody’s, song, “This is your land.”

    A question. Do you think the Boston Pops are clandestinely doing the song as part of a left-wing Jewish Lobby fundraiser and where even die hard Likudniks can cheer for my “Homeland” being their land? 🤔

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  392. @ChuckOrloski

    Boston is the epicenter of the US communist movement, the universities there are all commie indoctrination camps, and the “art” scene is permeated with commie scumbags.

    AJM

  393. Ahoy says:

    It is very difficult for Americans to free themselves from the chains of the U.S. of A. as long as TV and Hollywood are in the hands of these guys.

    They completely debased the school system. They threw values and morals in the landfill. They transformed a previously decent man and woman to an empty of brains and soul body.

    With their bs of ideologies, communism socialism etc.. are fighting the ideal of Homeland and Patriotism. If Homelanders wish to built an American nation like Jackson and Jeferson had in mind, better wake up now. Just ask youtselves one question. Why these phony lovers of freedom want multiculturalism for every body else but not for Israel? Could it be that something more sinister is hidden behide this charade of democracy and human rights?

  394. geokat62 says:
    @Ahoy

    They transformed a previously decent man and woman to an empty of brains and soul body.

    Thanks to the efforts of the Frankfurt School they managed to convince most Dumb Goyim that these were fascists:

    that needed to be transformed into these ideal humans, the progressives:

    All in an effort to surreptitiously stamp out “virulent” anti-semitism.

    Is the price worth it? How do you say “You bet!” in Hebrew?

  395. @Ahoy

    Ahoy asked: “Could it be that something more sinister is hidden behide this charade of democracy and human rights.”

    Answer: Yes, ahoy!

    International Jerry’s charade of democracy & exaltation of human rights is exposed. No one knows this better than the present Wetern Zionist Lowerarchy, Netanyahu, t-Rump, T. May, Macron, and Macron. Same goes for Putin and Xi.

    The charade is Israel’s “gift”😈that keeps on taking!😈

    Regrettably, millions of my (somewhat) comfortable but restless “Homelanders” are disturbed by the wreckage of their culture, but they are frightened to openly recognize & oppose the “sinister” fact.

    9/11 proved that frightened people care more about consuming & upholding obedience to authority, and consequently, they have less appetite to learn who dunnit and how! 😟

    Even Rabbi Dovid Weiss is warning about Zionism’s end-game surge, and the inevitable causing of a sinister flow of “rivers of blood.”

    Salud & respect, ahoy!

  396. geokat62 says:

    This was in yesterday’s @nytimes international edition:

    It’s a blind Judaized Trump being led by Netanyahu, the Jewish dog.

    The expected fallout:

    New York Times Apologizes for Cartoon Using Anti-Semitic Tropes to Portray Trump, Netanyahu In International Edition

    https://www.newsweek.com/nyt-anti-semitic-cartoon-apology-blind-dog-benjamin-netanyahu-trump-jewish-1407634

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  397. @Ahoy

    Ahoy, ahoy! It’s me again, and not Adele.

    Goofed! And in case you’re unfamiliar, below is Rabbi Dovid Weiss on AIPAC. Uh, he ain’t no Pompeo.😈

  398. @geokat62

    Hey Brother geokat!

    Am convinced that the NYT cartoon featuring “a blind Judaized Trump being led by Netanyahu, the Jewish dog” was psy-op engineered (in-‘ya-face) mockery for dumb goyim consumption, like for example me, uh, who needs “Homeland” entertainment.📺

    Even the forced anti-Semitic apologies are ho-hum anymore.

    Nonetheless, thanks geo! I dig the cartoon very much, including the background which looks like a “Homeland” wheat field on fire.

    P.S.: Netanyahu’s floppy ears makes him look like an Egyptian Sphinx-variant. Hm? Book of Exodus tells how outcast Joseph’s brothers came running to him & Pharaoh when the Land of Bilk & Money suffered famine, needed grain. Uh, but sometimes a cartoon is just a ‘toon, and that’s that?🇮🇱

  399. Good morning, Homeland!

    Moon of Alabama has announced his (tentative) support for a Bernie Sanders / Tulsi Gabbard 2020 ticket!

    With Debbie Wasserman Schultz🇮🇱 jolts-The-Bern “gone” as Democrat National Committee Chairman, I am inclined to figure Bernie Sanders has less internal Party establishment obstacles about his 2019 run.🤔

    A “Homeland” Voter Alert: The video linked below displays the current Democrat National (Deep State🙄) Committee Chairman, Tom Perez, having dodged peppery questions regarding Netanyahu’s demolition of Palestinian homes.

  400. geokat62 says:

    New York Time International Edition’s encore performance:

    The cartoon depicts Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with dark spectacles in place of his eyes, holding a tablet marked with a Star of David and taking a selfie, likely referencing that Netanyahu views himself as a modern-day Moses.

    https://m.jpost.com/American-Politics/NYT-publishes-another-antisemitic-cartoon-days-after-global-outrage-588197

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @RobinG
  401. @geokat62

    Hey geokat!

    As you’re aware, the NYT has a secular elite, & left-wing Jewish strategy which preferred HRC to becone POT(Z)US. They don’t want southern-border Wall balogna, and they’d put resigned-NRA Chief, Oliver North’s, back against an Antifa firing squad wall.

    The views of weekly NYT & Syndicated columnist, Thomas L. Friedman, are representative of such Zionist Jew-left beastiality.

    I have no doubt that Friedman supports the latest NYT ‘Toons which reasonably bash t-Rump and Netanyahu.
    Jews are full of cunning because, for an example, my “Homeland” Scranton Times-Tribune would be persecuted had they originally ran the Bibi (dog) Yarmulke t-Rump (blind follower) cartoon. (Zigh)

    Below, fyr, is T.L.F.’s April 10th article where he is openly disdainful of t-Rump & Netanyahu who are accurately described as “essentially” the same, rolled into one. 🙌

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/10/opinion/netanyahu-trump-israel-election.amp.html#referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s

    No one cares here on this diminishing article thread, but my Quiji board signals that the secular & elite 🤑Zionist Jews will “go” Joe Biden, who has exhibited little enthusiasm for Likud * and come along Neoconservative GOP Zionist-Christians, i.e., Mike Pence.

    (Zigh) Left-wing Neoconservative 🤔 freak- ideologue, William Kristol, will pull for Biden too.

    Thanks a lot, geo!

    * NYT’s greatest problem is the fact that Israel only gets Likud Party rule. Period! With Netanyahu & old lady under indictment, not even the militant “Blue & White” Benji Gantz could hurdle the Mighty Netanyahu/t-Rump ticket. 😈

    • Replies: @geokat62
  402. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Below, fyr, is T.L.F.’s April 10th article where he is openly disdainful of t-Rump & Netanyahu who are accurately described as “essentially” the same, rolled into one.

    Hey, Chuck. TLF’s depiction of Nut’nYahoo and Trump fell apart for me when he wrote this passage:

    Because for Bibi to think imaginatively about how to separate from the West Bank and for Trump to think creatively about how to defuse our immigration problem with a coherent national strategy would require each to disappoint or confront the extreme ultranationalists who form the core bases of their support. Neither has the courage or the desire to do so.

    While there are, indeed, many extreme ultra nationalists roaming freely in the Jewish state, they have become all but an endangered species in the US, where the Zionist rulers have transformed the country from a traditional homeland to an economic zone.

    Should any brave soul reveal he may still have nationalist sentiments lingering deep within, he’ll quickly be handcuffed and hauled off to face the Grand Inquisition where he better recant his sins or else it’s off to the Gulags, where he’ll have the pleasure of listening to Hebrew classics all day long.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  403. @geokat62

    Must think deeply upon how the politically mature geokat wrote: “While there are, indeed, many extreme ultra nationalists roaming freely in the Jewish state, they have become all but an endangered species in the US, where the Zionist rulers have transformed the country from a traditional homeland to an economic zone.”

    Good evening, geokat.

    Above, agreed, politically prominent “US ultra nationalists” are an almost extinct “endangered species.” Cannot think of one besides Patrick Buchanan who paid for his original & dangerous work which targeted “The Amen Corner.” (Zigh) The latter travesty evolved into the US Knesset Congress, and I think 🤔 Mr. Buchanan has regained being one of our Zionist Corporate Media-approved “Talking Head.”

    Now my Mission to ponder, your sentence, my Homeland 😖, “… where the Zionist rulers have transformed the country from a traditional homeland to an economic zone.”

    Hm. Well, geo, I am stumped but not
    t-Rumped. Please take patience?
    Am looking at The People’s Republic of China, 1979. Here I find a Maoist embryo fertilized by the globalist-leaning Ronald Reagan golf course set. Voila — I think it was CCP Chairman Xiaoping who allowed formation of coastal “Special Economic Zones” where Chinese labor could not be shit canned.

    Now, you did make sense, geo, and I can relate. Indeed, gradually & over a brutal span of almost 50 years, “Zionist Rulers” did manage to “transform” sections of my “traditional” Homeland into globalist cash cows, 🐮Special Economic Zones. (Zigh) Given memory’s intact, I think Raleigh-Durham became the 1st N.W.O. model city.

    Salud & respect, George!

  404. RobinG says:
    @geokat62

    Did you notice the overt threats in the J-Post comments to “shoot” and “disappear” the NYT editors/staff for their “anti-Semitism? Neither cartoon is, and this one’s terrific, suitable for New Yorker.

  405. Ahoy says:

    @ ChuckOrloski

    “Democratic National (Deep State) Committee Chairman, Tom Perez, having dodged peppery questions regarding Netanyahu’s demolition of Palestinian’s homes”.

    How could he do otherwise? They have an agenda, a narrative that must be followed with mathematical accuracy in order to achieve the ultimate goal Global Jewish Dictatorship.

    They work on two axis. One of the perrenial victim and the second one that of threat of jail if one dares to question their truth. The Balfour declaration gave the signal for the all out attack against the white man. The demise of Germany was followed after two world wars and their first goal was accomplished with the creation of Israel. Khazarian/Askenazim Jews were transported in order to populate it and give it the color of a Jewish/Semite country without semite Jews. The european Khazar Jews are later day Jews when they massively accepted the Talmudic faith in the 8th century a.d. during the days of the Khazarian empire.

    They arrived in today’s complete subjacation of America by the U.S. of A. through untold lies and deception. The war now has taken the form of a blitz bombardement because they are in hurry to arrive at the ultimate goal. that of world domination before their lies are found out. Their devious ways must be pushed fast and hard because their hoaxes are taking in water. Here is their war plan.

    Keep the flag up brother Chuck, we live times of Patrck Henry. Freedom will reign again in America and this time will be forever.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  406. @Ahoy

    Ahoy, my Brother ahoy!

    My respect for how you wrote: “Their devious ways must be pushed fast and hard because their hoaxes are taking in water.”

    Will keep “chin up” and take whatever Zionist hits that come my way.

    Fyi, international Jewry knows their gig is more than ever exposed, and is “taking on” their own dirty H2O.

    Given the gift 😈 of having Commander-In-Chief t-Rump at the “Homeland” helm, I intuit the Zionist endgame schedule has advanced.

    Salud, ahoy!

  407. geokat62 says:

    An Israeli cartoonist mocks the NYT:

  408. @Alden

    Is Russia a militantly atheist country?

    • Replies: @RSDB
  409. RamboDave says:
    @renfro

    Yes, Giraldi is correct ! …. Trump “was likely forced to” and “subsequently hired Pompeo, Bolton and Abrams” … and he did this only in desperation after having intentionally excluded the neocons from his Administration for the first year.

    During the 2016 campaign, Trump hated the neocon “never Trumpers”. That is why they were excluded at first, and a bunch of Generals brought in to run things. But eventually, after the pressure was turned up on Russiagate, Trump came to believe that only the Zionist neocons could save him. All he had to do was to kiss up to Bibi and he would be saved. That is why he gave Israel everything they wanted.

    The Zionists/neocons played both sides of Russiagate. On the one hand they teamed up with Democrats to create and promote Russiagate, and on the other hand they went to Trump and offered to save him. Notice how Rosenstein offered to “land the ship” last September.

    Trump now believes that Zionists Jews are the Deep State. And he is correct !

    The Democrats are the fools and the big losers for having partnered with the neocons, giving us two years of this fraud in the first place.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  410. geokat62 says:
    @RamboDave

    All he had to do was to kiss up to Bibi and he would be saved. That is why he gave Israel everything they wanted.

    “I’m Hard-Core Zionist and so is President Trump” – Roger Stone

    Donald Trump was the recipient of the JNF’s Tree of Life award as far back as 1983:

    The Tree of Life Award is the highest humanitarian award the Jewish National Fund presents to one individual or family each year in appreciation of their outstanding community involvement, their dedication to the cause of American-Israeli friendship, and their devotion to peace and the security of human life.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_National_Fund_Tree_of_Life_Award

    • Replies: @RamboDave
  411. RamboDave says:
    @geokat62

    Geocat62 said:

    “Donald Trump was the recipient of the JNF’s Tree of Life award as far back as 1983.”

    The fact still remains that the Zionists neocon “never Trumper’s” like William Kristol tried desperately to stop Trump during the Republican primary’s. These Zionist neocons were supporting Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio because Trump, at that time, wanted to stop the endless regime change wars being conducted to make the Middle East safe for Israel …. so that Israel could keep all the land they stole from Palestinians.

    At that time, Trump was viewed as the enemy of Zionists. The fact that Trump got some award back in 1983 is not relevant.
    The fact of the matter is that Trump finally brought on neocon John Bolton, and kissed up to Bibi to the extreme, only after he was desperate to save himself.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  412. geokat62 says:
    @RamboDave

    The fact of the matter is that Trump finally brought on neocon John Bolton, and kissed up to Bibi to the extreme, only after he was desperate to save himself.

    Ok, but what about the quote from RS that DJT is Hard-Core Zionist?

    The significance of the TOL award is it shows that Trump was Hard-Core Zionist before he became president in 2017.

    Do you think he would have made it past the gatekeepers if he weren’t? Just consider the fate of both of Ron Paul’s failed candidacies for guidance.

  413. RamboDave says:

    Ok, but what about the quote from RS that DJT is Hard-Core Zionist?

    Yes … Trump was somewhat of a Zionists all along, but part of his formula for getting elected was to denounce both Obama and Bush’s endless failed neocon regime change wars. Trump, being rather naive, didn’t understand that these wars were really planned by Zionist neocons and carried out for the benefit of Israel. He just looked at them as expensive failures and a perfect platform to run on in 2016. His election took the Zionist neocons (Ziocons) by surprise. Clinton was their choice.

    After he was elected these same Ziocons were scared to death that Trump would get rid of the sanctions on Russia, especially the Magnisky Act sanctions (the subject of the famous Trump Tower meeting in June 2016). Brennan and the neocons then teamed up with the Democrats and hatched up the Russiagate farce to sabotage his Presidency and also make it impossible for Trump to have better relations with Russia.

    When the pressure built up with Russiagate he slowly realized why the neocons were so unhappy with him. Thus, Trump then abandoned his hatred of the neocons, and signed up for yet more neocon wars, with the ultimate target being Iran.

    The Zionists/neocons played both sides of Russiagate all along. On the one hand they teamed up with Democrats to create and promote Russiagate, and on the other hand they went to Trump and offered to save him.

    Notice how Rosenstein offered Trump to “land the ship” last September. At that time, Trump was in possession of the FISA Court Application, and Trump is still threatening to declassify it. The DOJ is very scared of this. Trump was promised last September that neither he or his family members would be indicted. The fix was in last September.

    All of the leaks about the FISA Court abuse, that is reported by FOX News, came from Ziocons embedded within the DOJ, and were designed to help save Trump, after he capitulated to them of course. Trump now believes that Zionists Jews are the Deep State and can save him. And he is correct !

  414. Rurik says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Thank you Brother Chuck!

    Always a pleasure to read your insights and truths.

    I would love to know precisely what Jesse “The Body” Ventura thinks about the tyrannical “fucking” Navy Seals are now getting from The (Supremacist) Brass.

    Jesse tells the truth.. up to a point.

    He’s a thousand times better than the treasonous whores and liars we’re stuck with.

  415. Rurik says:
    @Joe Levantine

    The three greatest legacies of Woodrow Wilson: 1- The Federal Reserve Act 2- Income Tax 3- US entry in WWI; I hope he was worth the canon powder that sent him to hell.

    But Joe, what about Wilson’s treachery with his ‘Fourteen Points’ ruse, used to trick Germany into disarming so that she could be starved into submission and slavery?

    Or his facilitation of Trotsky into Russia with all that cash. Had Wilson not intervened on Trotsky’s behalf, there may never have been the Red Terror and all the attendant horrors of the 20th century.

    But yes, it was the ultimate treason to a nation and our entire civilization when he betrayed us all with the advent of the ((Fed)).

    Two wars were fought by heroic Americans to stave off slavery to the Banksters of Perfidious Albion. The American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812.

    Wilson betrayed the sacrifices of those men, (each one a thousand times the man Wilson was).

    Wilson betrayed the American people of his own time.

    And by doing so, he not only betrayed the American people, (and doomed the people of Germany and Russia and Europe), but he single-handedly put into motion the depraved dissolution of Western Civilization (human freedom) itself – to its ((most Satanic enemy)).

    Every life lost to Zionism in the 20th and 21st century, (in the untold millions) are all laid at Woodrow Wilson’s ledger.

    Just as every life lost to Bolshevism and WWII are all a direct consequence of Woodrow Wilson’s betrayals. Betrayals that are beyond even Biblical in their enormities.

    No single man in history ever doomed so many to such horrors as president Woodrow Wilson accomplished in his unspeakable tenure on this planet.

    Personally, I consider Woodrow Wilson to be the very worst human being to have ever lived, considering the enormity of his betrayals, and the unimaginable suffering his legacy of treachery has wrought in the world.

    Trusted with defending America’s hard-won freedoms, he betrayed it all- and more – for personal aggrandizement.

  416. Ahoy says:

    @ Rurik

    A very accurate and vivid historical picture of that period. A fanatical enemy of the ideals of Jckson and Jeferson. He worked day and night to bring the Balfour declaration to fruition (creation of Israel).

    He saw it all and tried to awake us up. In the process he gave his life.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  417. Rurik says:
    @Ahoy

    yep

    People speculate that it was the mob or ‘the Cubans’ or any number of bad actors who were responsible for Kennedy’s assassination, but I’m convinced it was the Fiend.

    And the reason being Kennedy’s Executive Order 11110, which threatened the Jewish supremacist Zionist’s control of the US Treasury and their Federal Reserve Bank counterfeiting machine.

    It’s the Federal Reserve Bank that gives the tribe the power to enslave nations and destroy civilizations.

    That is a lot of power, and it was handed to them by Woodrow Wilson. The worst president and perhaps the worst person who has ever lived, considering the magnitude of his betrayal. Contrast with JFK, perhaps America’s last honorable president and the man who tried to save human freedom.

    It seems the worse a person is, (Hillary, McCain) the more they want them in power.

    Whereas the better a person is, (JFK, Edward Snowden), the more they want them dead.

  418. @Rurik

    Very true. I missed the Fourteen Points which we were taught in our high school history class, while our illustrious history teacher stated that the ” idealistic Wilson died because of his frustration at failing to achieve a better world through the League of Nations”.

    But the crookedness of history does not stop at history classes. While in Geneva last year, I learned about the Woodrow Wilson Hotel; so I asked myself what will it take to redress history and call the truth about every crook and psychopath who contributed to the fall of the humanity in general and the Western Civilisation in particular, and what a long list this could be that should encompass such luminaries as Abe Lincoln, Benjamin Disraeli, Winston Churchill, Woodrow crooked Wilson, Dwight Eisenhower, FDR et al. I will stop at this sample for I fear there won’t be any room left on this site if we were to specify other degenerates of the Clinton and Dubya types.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  419. @Rurik

    BTW we might be getting too hard on that most heinous of U S presidents. Let us not forget Wilson’s declared ‘ alter ego’ Colonel Edward Mandell House and the financier Bernard Baruch, two of Wilson’s most influential advisors ( handlers).

    It seems every time one zooms in at history’s tragic and defining moments, the road map will lead invariably to the doorsteps of the fiend.

    Edward House and Bernard Baruch, who were the equivalent of today’s neocons, were pulling the strings of their puppet President Wilson. The only difference between the neocons of yesteryear and those of today is that the latters are much less discreet about their nefarious role.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  420. Ahoy says:

    @ Jor Levantine

    From your sample of degenerates, Dwight Eisenhower, proves quite vividly your point “that every time one zooms in history’s tragic and defining moments, the road map will lead invariably to the doorsteps of the fiend”.

    He was the personification of the FIEND. He threw two million German soldiers prisoners of war in open air camps without food. No one survived. He talked about that.

    • Agree: Rurik
    • Replies: @Joe Levantine
  421. RSDB says:
    @RadicalCenter

    Not really, but communists who venerate the man who ordered the murder of people the Russian church regards as saints probably could be described for the most part as militant atheists.

  422. @Ahoy

    Putin made Solzhenitsyn’s book The Gulag Archipelago required reading for Russian students to shed light on the reality of Bolshevism. Will we see the day when James Bacque’s Other Losses will awaken the Western masses to the crimes of their so called war heroes of the psychopathic likes of Eisenhower?

    Without a proper study of a revised history the mental confusion in the world in general and particularly in the West, which has fallen behind the iron curtain, will persist with white and black two interchangeable colours according to the whims of The Powers That Be.

  423. Rurik says:
    @Joe Levantine

    Dulles, McCain, …

    You’re right Joe, there’s not enough space.

    As much as I loath Wilson, (and Eisenhower and Clinton, etc..), it’s Churchill whose name conjures the worst bile-reflex for me. For sheer, Civilization-ending treachery. And not just any civilization, but Western civilization; the fount of human freedom.

    From the Magna Carta and Bill of Rights ~ to the Patriot Act and NDAA.

    More than any other rat, Churchill sold us (and England in particular) all out.

    Every school girl raped in Merrie Olde, ((Perfidious Albion)), should curse the name of Winston Churchill under her breath, as the orcs terrorize in the British in their streets and homes, and the pedophiles at the BBC and Buckingham Palace help themselves to England’s little boys.

    That besotted lard ass, with his cigar and stinking of gin, betrayed his people like no other.

    • Replies: @geokat62
    , @Joe Levantine
  424. Rurik says:
    @Joe Levantine

    Colonel Edward Mandell House and the financier Bernard Baruch, two of Wilson’s most influential advisors ( handlers).

    at least they were serving the interests of their people, as they saw it.

    Jewish supremacists, like the Jewish neocons, are not in the same level of scum, as the Gentile sellouts (like McCain, FDR, Clinton, etc..) who serve them.

    At least Billy Kristol and Max Boot, are looking out for ‘what’s good for the Jews’, whereas Wilson (or Clinton or McCain, etc..) was more like a Palestinian, who informs in his fellow Palestinians to the IDF, for his bag of thirty shekels- (getting to wield ‘power’).

  425. Ahoy says:

    @ Rurik

    “That bessoted lard ass, with his cigar and stinking of gin, betrayed his people like no other”.

    It could not be said better. A good read for all Americans is the book by Patrick J. Buchanan, “Hitler, Churchill and The Unnecessary War”.

    • Agree: Rurik
  426. geokat62 says:
    @Rurik

    That besotted lard ass, with his cigar and stinking of gin, betrayed his people like no other.

    Tony Blair takes a close second when he joined forces with the neocons to launch their wars to remake the Middle East and appointed the Jewish supremacist, Barbara Roche, as his immigration minister who was hell bent on opening the floodgates to mass immigration, turning the British Isles into a multicultural hell hole so that she could feel more comfortable sipping on her Starbucks coffee in the morning.

    My mind constantly turns to that woman riding on the London tube with her son on her lap, trying to come to grips with the fact that her country was no longer recognizable and that the fate of her son was doomed, thanks to the POS, Tony (the traitor) Blair and his Jewish supremacist overlords.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  427. @Rurik

    Well Rurik, you don’t leave any stone unturned; your mentioning of Buckingham Palace brings to my mind the indignation and horrors of Prince Charles after learning that the royal family’s long time confident and trusted friend Jimmy Savile was a pedophile and an pimp of a pedophile web and a necrophiliac, something that David Icke has openly spoken about but never acknowledged by the British establishment until after the SOB’s death. Prince Charle’s comment on the tragic reality was ‘why nobody told me’.

    Unfortunately, this is what the country of Magna Carta and the mother of all parliaments has fallen to.

    Will Western culture ever recover from such degeneracy? Let us pray and hope that this nightmare will be interrupted by the rising sun of the truth.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  428. Rurik says:
    @geokat62

    My mind constantly turns to that woman riding on the London tube with her son on her lap, trying to come to grips with the fact that her country was no longer recognizable and that the fate of her son was doomed, thanks to the POS, Tony (the traitor) Blair and his Jewish supremacist overlords.

    mine too Geo,

    that video of that working class woman, with her doomed little white son sitting on her lap, is so poignant and tragic for me, I have to agree.

    The working poor never had much, but at least they had the camaraderie of fellow Brits like them, stuck in the same rut together. Now they’ve taken even that from them. And have doomed their children to a hell on earth, even of state-approved sexual predation by immigrants from every corner of the Third World.

    I think of the French revolution, and the howling cheers as the blade fell.

    I know how those French revolutionaries must have felt.

  429. Rurik says:
    @Joe Levantine

    Prince Charle’s comment on the tragic reality was ‘why nobody told me’.

    yea, he was ‘shocked, shocked’, like the captain of police in Casa Blanca.

    More here on the Perfidious Albion

    https://russia-insider.com/en/churchill-sent-2-mil-russian-refugees-certain-death-end-wwii/ri22084

    Will Western culture ever recover from such degeneracy? Let us pray and hope that this nightmare will be interrupted by the rising sun of the truth.

    God only knows Joe

    I suspect the only hope is a collapse of the dollar.

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