Trump Presidency, Transition Of Power To Ignite Era Of Destabilization In The U.S.?

By Brandon Turbeville

It is clear that Americans were able to avoid the worst-case scenario of a Hillary Clinton presidency. However, the 2016 elections provided the country with the Presidency of Donald Trump. While the surprise was not unwelcome considering the other option, Trump supporters are now being faced with some difficult questions as he nears actually taking office.

Trump was always the wild card, running roughshod over the Republican candidates and eviscerating Clinton (if not in the debates, then at least during the campaign as a whole) in the general election. His supporters painted him as an outsider set to save America while his opponents literally painted him as Hitler. Trump’s refusal to articulate specifics about his plans once in office have been represented by many of his supporters as a brilliant strategy since, obviously, no one required specifics before voting for him (Clinton was enough to sway the vote his way). However, the tactic has worked extremely well because those of us who are watching his progression to the White House are incapable of making solid statements – critical or supportive – about his policies one way or the other since we do not actually know what they are.

To be sure, in the days leading up to his inauguration, Trump has done a few positive things. First, by appointing Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to head a Vaccine Safety Commission, the President-elect has taken a bold stance in favor of unbiased research into the dangers of vaccinations and the power of Big Pharma, as well as the constant hysterical lunacy coming from corporate media outlets kept alive by Big Pharma’s money. Second, his recent attack on CNN was a welcome breath of fresh air. To see CNN correctly labeled as “Fake News” after years of literally making up skits and stories to promote the establishment agenda was a pleasure to behold. It is also worth mentioning that, during the campaign, Trump hinted around at increasing tariffs and protectionism, “renegotiating” the disastrous free trade agreements, working closer with Russia, and abandoning the NATO destabilization campaign against the Syrian government. All of these are things Trump should be commended for, assuming he actually enacts them as policy.

But, despite his rhetoric, Trump has shown a penchant for cozying up to corporations and Wall Street as well as the political establishment. Looking at the list of appointments Trump has made to his advisory councils, his cabinet, and positions within the Federal government, one sees a litany of Wall Street bankers, corporate monsters, and even old guard political establishment figures. And, of course, we can’t forget the Neo-Cons and Zionists who are garnering their own seats at the table. Trump’s announcement that he was going to “drain the swamp” got the attention and praise of many of his supporters, but it’s more likely that when they heard “drain the swamp” they did not want him to turn the swamp into a cesspool.

It also needs to be mentioned that Trump appears to be walking back his previous stance of looking for a closer relationship with Russia, even suggesting that the Russians were responsible for hacking the DNC, claims for which the entire “intelligence community” and White House have yet to offer any hard, credible evidence. Trump has also alarmingly suggested a year in jail for burning the American flag, a flagrant unconstitutional act clearly violating the First Amendment. He has suggested cracking down on the Internet and essentially giving the police even more of a blank check for violation of rights and general violence against the public.

Yet, despite his inclination toward ignoring constitutional rights and his friendly relationship with the establishment, corporate America, and Wall Street, Trump has been attacked more by the corporate media than any other President who has yet to even be inaugurated. One need only turn on corporate media outlets for less than a minute to see them taking Trump’s statements out of context, insulting Trump supporters, and generally trashing the President-elect for everything under the sun. This is rather odd considering that the new President is generally revered and treated with honor by the corporate media since part of the ruling elite’s racket is based on the change of heads of state in order to keep up the illusion of democracy. Every President eventually sees his personality mocked by pundits and comedians at some point (except the last one) but Trump has taken it on the chin ever since winning the Republican nomination. Does this not strike anyone as a bit odd?

Of course, this is not to say that Trump is not part of the establishment. Rather, it is to say that there is an agenda afoot.

After observing the behavior of the corporate media, the outgoing administration, the defeated candidate, the Hollywood/entertainment industry, NGO network, and intelligence community, it is apparent that the ruling elite are now embarking upon a domestic strategy of tension. After years of constant propaganda and provocation by corporate media organizations and the NGO community, Americans are now more divided than ever in modern history, with race, religion, gender, and class divisions worse now than they were decades before. Many Americans – regardless of their preferred identification – have been radicalized by their media and entertainment industrial complex.

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From years of constant media attention and “debate” regarding instances of “racism” (real and imagined), races were gradually divided as the debates filtered into general society. Racial identity groups, once relegated to the fringe, and (so long as they were non-white) were given attention and credibility by the corporate media. In turn, whites, finally tired of being labeled responsible for all the ills of society, have grown increasingly radicalized as well. As a result, many on both sides are more entrenched and radicalized in their beliefs that the “other” is the enemy. Indeed, all identity groups, not just racial identity, in the country have become more and more entrenched in their ideologies, from religion and politics to gender identities, orientations, and even genders themselves.

Thus, the stage is now set for confrontation between these varying groups inside the United States. For the first time since the first Civil War, the United States seems primed for a domestic upheaval on a massive scale. If the establishment continues to push for such an upheaval, there is little doubt that a television-saturated American public could indeed be provoked into turning on one another in a physical manner that begins in riots and random acts of violence but which culminates in a much bloodier organized version.

Whether or not the United States is poised for a full on civil war, however, the country is apparently bound for a sustained period of cultural tension that sees the radicalized “left” (Clintonistas, racial/sexual/ identity groups, “left” political NGOs, etc.) clashing with the radicalized “right” (Trump supporters, flag-wavers, and race-based identity groups, etc.), both on the Internet and on the streets. With such a large portion of the United States unemployed and impoverished, the ability to attract teeming hordes of rioters per the usual State Department NGO methods clearly exists and will no doubt be utilized. After all, Soros-funded “leftist” groups and their own hapless hordes are plentiful, having sprung up in earnest over the past several years. Surely no one believes that the ones who direct and fund these groups will simply wipe their hands and walk away clean.

During the course of 2017, it is possible that we may see the left increasingly clashing with the right, igniting all of the other sub-groups to do battle with one another as well. Americans may very well be pushed to the brink, with riots and flash-mobs becoming the order of the day, a modern culture that some mainstream news organizations and military-industrial complex “think tanks” have talked about openly in the past. The ushering in of such a culture will lead to only one thing – the destruction of what is left of modern living standards and any trace of personal freedom. It will necessarily lead to open authoritarianism and a system that no longer even shows the pretense of caring for human rights or human dignity. All of this while the U.S. continues to provoke a Third World War in Syria, Asia, and Eastern Europe.

Americans had better get their heads straight now. They must immediately begin asking themselves what they truly believe and what they truly stand for. They must abandon loyalties to parties, groups, organizations, and slogans and begin thinking for themselves, listening to their intuition, and reconnecting with a sense of humanity and empathy.

In order for Americans to stop being tossed back and forth between competing “teams,” they must develop a sense of guiding principles that serve as a litmus test for Presidents, Senators, and leaders of political movements.

We are at a crucial point in human history where we must choose the direction of humanity – peace or war.

Freedom or slavery.

Ignorance or enlightenment.

Brandon Turbeville – article archive here – is the author of seven books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, and The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President. Turbeville has published over 850 articles on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s radio show Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. His website is BrandonTurbeville.com He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.

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30 Comments on "Trump Presidency, Transition Of Power To Ignite Era Of Destabilization In The U.S.?"

  1. Since we’re playing the Gross Exaggeration game here… seems like Trump putting Robert F. Kennedy Jr. directly in the crosshairs of Big Pharma is nothing more than a good way to get rid of another Kennedy. Or, if Brandon is correct about the degenerating state of factionalized America (doubtful) then Kennedy will more likely die from being stabbed to death by angry pro-vaccine advocates wielding needles. Do we get extra points for hyper-hyperbole?

    • Great call on some kind of deception to aid Big pHARMa. There’s no way the Rothschild and Rockefeller Bankster Goldman ZioKabal that puppets the RNC & DNC would allow a breach into their mandatory vaccine [depopulation] agenda. If anything, wittingly or unwittingly, JFK Jr is being used as a tool in a Hegelian dialectic sorcery move to shift a significant percentage of Trump supporters skeptical of the efficacy and overarching motives for vaccination policy towards acceptance, told vaccines will be made “safer”. INHERENT RISKS outside of RFK Jr’s interest in mercury won’t be widely debated. And at no point will the discussion expand to educate the public on the difference between CELLULAR vs HUMORAL immunity because that would torch the myth that vaccines saved millions of lives in the developed world when the fact of the matter is improved sanitation and nutrition was the key factor. Loius Pasteur: “The microbe is nothing. The terrain is everything”

      The net effect of JFK Jr’s Borg assimilation will be a STALLING while the totalitarian global technocratic takeover continues <> Meanwhile, “vaccinations” that insert DNA into human cells are being aggressively developed using CRISPR/Cas precision genetic engineering technology, in trials in the US, and PaxVax apparently in use in Australia. This stuff has potentially mind boggling wicked applications that are fully developed as a technology.

      • I love the way you are brave enough to stand close to these monsters and stare over their shoulders while they concoct their poisons, while I hover above, watching it all from a safe distance so none of their evil splatters on my wings. Both perspectives are informative. The Kennedys do not have a good track record dealing with these entities so I’m not very hopeful something monumental will come of this, particularly since all our ‘leaders’ are only good at leading people to the edge of cliffs and shoving them off. Instead, educating the public on the importance and methods of maintaining immunity will be the survival mechanism of choice. We will also have to upgrade our DNA to dissolve and repair their genetic manipulations and the only way to do that is to become aware it’s possible. Thankfully, history has shown that this kind of depravity always devolves into chaos and cannot sustain itself indefinitely. Meanwhile, our modern miracle medical system is killing 250,000 people a year just from avoidable errors, yet people still check themselves for hiccups and sniffles, so there is plenty of work to be done on the educating level. Real solutions exist, it’s just that they have been hidden, marginalized, scoffed at and ridiculed by the medical magicians from Oz.

        • Thanks, R. We’re definitely old souls. This time I came sporting butterfly wings with natural Teflon 😉 Yes, I love your 4D & 5D perspectives of creating our own realities in our minds / our spirits then acting upon that empowerment!

          When I was in my 20s, I was too steeped in science and analytical thinking to recognize we’re in a spiritual battle of the ages, our enlightened essences and power to learn and grow on n-dimensional levels smothered in our cradles by the powers that shouldn’t be, reaping a galaxy full of bad Karma….insanely attempting to harness entropy and life itself, they’re not qualified or spiritually deserving to evolve into gods, transhumanist gods or otherwise. Hubris sets them up as classic Icarian fools.

          • Ain’t that the truth…cheers

          • ….ain’t that the truth…cheers

          • BeeTheChange | January 14, 2017 at 8:23 pm |

            Truly, which is why we should be concentrating our energies on creating what will be filling the void left behind when the powers that shouldn’t be have their Thelma and Louise moment. It’s all coming down and I’m loving it. Meanwhile, we need to be wary of any alt media site (or reporter, Jon Rappoport comes to mind) jumping on the Trump bandwagon, either by honest choice or hopeful illusion. We must all remain neutral observers in order to see the slights of hand and subtle ploys, such as we see in this article right here. Cheers, my dear.

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      • Very nice, GAZOO. I live in a small farm community in Montana. We have a rather loose community of small farmers, ranchers and home gardeners here. One program we have that might interest you… we have a neighbor beekeeper who has spread his colonies all over the valley. He supplies the hives and the bees, places them on your property, then shares the honey production with you. He spaces the hives out among all the farms, collects and sells the honey, and all I had to do was make a small donation for the hives and set aside a corner of my property. Not only do I get raw, local honey, I get lots of bees for my gardens! This is a win/win situation, perhaps suitable to your area. Best of luck with your .org.

        • Thanks so much for this valuable information. If you don’t mind can you please send contact information for the patriot bee keeper providing this service for your community to Emily at: [email protected]. THX !

        • You just described communism as utopia.

          Doesn’t really match the rest of your views in case you didn’t notice.

          • BeeTheChange | January 22, 2017 at 9:51 am |

            When two individuals make a barter agreement, that is not communism nor is it utopia. It’s a barter agreement, nothing more. Is this not allowed in Jonestown?

  2. Have a look on last 50 years of USA policies :

    The indiscriminate use of bombs by the US, usually outside a declared war
    situation, for wanton destruction, for no military objectives, whose
    targets and victims are civilian populations, or what we now call
    “collateral damage.”

    Japan (1945)
    China (1945-46)
    Korea & China (1950-53)
    Guatemala (1954, 1960, 1967-69)
    Indonesia (1958)
    Cuba (1959-61)
    Congo (1964)
    Peru (1965)
    Laos (1964-70)
    Vietnam (1961-1973)
    Cambodia (1969-70)
    Grenada (1983)
    Lebanon (1983-84)
    Libya (1986)
    El Salvador (1980s)
    Nicaragua (1980s)
    Iran (1987)
    Panama (1989)
    Iraq (1991-2000)
    Kuwait (1991)
    Somalia (1993)
    Bosnia (1994-95)
    Sudan (1998)
    Afghanistan (1998)
    Pakistan (1998)
    Yugoslavia (1999)
    Bulgaria (1999)
    Macedonia (1999)

    US Use of Chemical & Biological Weapons
    The US has refused to sign Conventions against the development and use of
    chemical and biological weapons, and has either used or tested (without
    informing the civilian populations) these weapons in the following
    locations abroad:

    Bahamas (late 1940s-mid-1950s)
    Canada (1953)
    China and Korea (1950-53)
    Korea (1967-69)
    Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia (1961-1970)
    Panama (1940s-1990s)
    Cuba (1962, 69, 70, 71, 81, 96)

    And the US has tested such weapons on US civilian populations, without
    their knowledge, in the following locations:

    Watertown, NY and US Virgin Islands (1950)
    SF Bay Area (1950, 1957-67)
    Minneapolis (1953)
    St. Louis (1953)
    Washington, DC Area (1953, 1967)
    Florida (1955)
    Savannah GA/Avon Park, FL (1956-58)
    New York City (1956, 1966)
    Chicago (1960)

    And the US has encouraged the use of such weapons, and provided the
    technology to develop such weapons in various nations abroad, including:

    Egypt
    South Africa
    Iraq

    US Political and Military Interventions since 1945
    The US has launched a series of military and political interventions since
    1945, often to install puppet regimes, or alternatively to engage in
    political actions such as smear campaigns, sponsoring or targeting
    opposition political groups (depending on how they served US interests),
    undermining political parties, sabotage and terror campaigns, and so forth.
    It has done so in nations such as

    China (1945-51)
    South Africa (1960s-1980s)

    France (1947)
    Bolivia (1964-75)

    Marshall Islands (1946-58)
    Australia (1972-75)

    Italy (1947-1975)
    Iraq (1972-75)

    Greece (1947-49)
    Portugal (1974-76)

    Philippines (1945-53)
    East Timor (1975-99)

    Korea (1945-53)
    Ecuador (1975)

    Albania (1949-53)
    Argentina (1976)

    Eastern Europe (1948-56)
    Pakistan (1977)

    Germany (1950s)
    Angola (1975-1980s)

    Iran (1953)
    Jamaica (1976)

    Guatemala (1953-1990s)
    Honduras (1980s)

    Costa Rica (mid-1950s, 1970-71)
    Nicaragua (1980s)

    Middle East (1956-58)
    Philippines (1970s-90s)

    Indonesia (1957-58)
    Seychelles (1979-81)

    Haiti (1959)
    South Yemen (1979-84)

    Western Europe (1950s-1960s)
    South Korea (1980)

    Guyana (1953-64)
    Chad (1981-82)

    Iraq (1958-63)
    Grenada (1979-83)

    Vietnam (1945-53)
    Suriname (1982-84)

    Cambodia (1955-73)
    Libya (1981-89)

    Laos (1957-73)
    Fiji (1987)

    Thailand (1965-73)
    Panama (1989)

    Ecuador (1960-63)
    Afghanistan (1979-92)

    Congo (1960-65, 1977-78)
    El Salvador (1980-92)

    Algeria (1960s)
    Haiti (1987-94)

    Brazil (1961-64)
    Bulgaria (1990-91)

    Peru (1965)
    Albania (1991-92)

    Dominican Republic (1963-65)
    Somalia (1993)

    Cuba (1959-present)
    Iraq (1990s)

    Indonesia (1965)
    Peru (1990-present)

    Ghana (1966)
    Mexico (1990-present)

    Uruguay (1969-72)
    Colombia (1990-present)

    Chile (1964-73)
    Yugoslavia (1995-99)

    Greece (1967-74)

    US Perversions of Foreign Elections
    The US has specifically intervened to rig or distort the outcome of foreign
    elections, and sometimes engineered sham “demonstration” elections to ward
    off accusations of government repression in allied nations in the US sphere
    of influence. These sham elections have often installed or maintained in
    power repressive dictators who have victimized their populations. Such
    practices have occurred in nations such as:

    Philippines (1950s)
    Italy (1948-1970s)
    Lebanon (1950s)
    Indonesia (1955)
    Vietnam (1955)
    Guyana (1953-64)
    Japan (1958-1970s)
    Nepal (1959)
    Laos (1960)
    Brazil (1962)
    Dominican Republic (1962)
    Guatemala (1963)
    Bolivia (1966)
    Chile (1964-70)
    Portugal (1974-75)
    Australia (1974-75)
    Jamaica (1976)
    El Salvador (1984)
    Panama (1984, 89)
    Nicaragua (1984, 90)
    Haiti (1987, 88)
    Bulgaria (1990-91)
    Albania (1991-92)
    Russia (1996)
    Mongolia (1996)
    Bosnia (1998)

    US Versus World at the United Nations
    The US has repeatedly acted to undermine peace and human rights initiatives
    at the United Nations, routinely voting against hundreds of UN resolutions
    and treaties. The US easily has the worst record of any nation on not
    supporting UN treaties. In almost all of its hundreds of “no” votes, the US
    was the “sole” nation to vote no (among the 100-130 nations that usually
    vote), and among only 1 or 2 other nations voting no the rest of the time.
    Here’s a representative sample of US votes from 1978-1987:

    US Is the Sole “No” Vote on Resolutions or Treaties
    For aid to underdeveloped nations
    For the promotion of developing nation exports
    For UN promotion of human rights
    For protecting developing nations in trade agreements
    For New International Economic Order for underdeveloped nations
    For development as a human right
    Versus multinational corporate operations in South Africa
    For cooperative models in developing nations
    For right of nations to economic system of their choice
    Versus chemical and biological weapons (at least 3 times)
    Versus Namibian apartheid
    For economic/standard of living rights as human rights
    Versus apartheid South African aggression vs. neighboring states (2 times)
    Versus foreign investments in apartheid South Africa
    For world charter to protect ecology
    For anti-apartheid convention
    For anti-apartheid convention in international sports
    For nuclear test ban treaty (at least 2 times)
    For prevention of arms race in outer space
    For UNESCO-sponsored new world information order (at least 2 times)
    For international law to protect economic rights
    For Transport & Communications Decade in Africa
    Versus manufacture of new types of weapons of mass destruction
    Versus naval arms race
    For Independent Commission on Disarmament & Security Issues
    For UN response mechanism for natural disasters
    For the Right to Food
    For Report of Committee on Elimination of Racial Discrimination
    For UN study on military development
    For Commemoration of 25th anniversary of Independence for Colonial Countries
    For Industrial Development Decade in Africa
    For interdependence of economic and political rights
    For improved UN response to human rights abuses
    For protection of rights of migrant workers
    For protection against products harmful to health and the environment
    For a Convention on the Rights of the Child
    For training journalists in the developing world
    For international cooperation on third world debt
    For a UN Conference on Trade & Development

    US Is 1 of Only 2 “No” Votes on Resolutions or Treaties
    For Palestinian living conditions/rights (at least 8 times)
    Versus foreign intervention into other nations
    For a UN Conference on Women
    Versus nuclear test explosions (at least 2 times)
    For the non-use of nuclear weapons vs. non-nuclear states
    For a Middle East nuclear free zone
    Versus Israeli nuclear weapons (at least 2 times)
    For a new world international economic order
    For a trade union conference on sanctions vs. South Africa
    For the Law of the Sea Treaty
    For economic assistance to Palestinians
    For UN measures against fascist activities and groups
    For international cooperation on money/finance/debt/trade/development
    For a Zone of Peace in the South Atlantic
    For compliance with Intl Court of Justice decision for Nicaragua vs. US.
    **For a conference and measures to prevent international terrorism
    (including its underlying causes)
    For ending the trade embargo vs. Nicaragua

    US Is 1 of Only 3 “No” Votes on Resolutions and Treaties
    Versus Israeli human rights abuses (at least 6 times)
    Versus South African apartheid (at least 4 times)
    Versus return of refugees to Israel
    For ending nuclear arms race (at least 2 times)
    For an embargo on apartheid South Africa
    For South African liberation from apartheid (at least 3 times)
    For the independence of colonial nations
    For the UN Decade for Women
    Versus harmful foreign economic practices in colonial territories
    For a Middle East Peace Conference
    For ending the embargo of Cuba (at least 10 times)

    In addition, the US has:
    Repeatedly withheld its dues from the UN
    Twice left UNESCO because of its human rights initiatives
    Twice left the International Labor Organization for its workers rights
    initiatives
    Refused to renew the Antiballistic Missile Treaty
    Refused to sign the Kyoto Treaty on global warming
    Refused to back the World Health Organization’s ban on infant formula abuses
    Refused to sign the Anti-Biological Weapons Convention
    Refused to sign the Convention against the use of land mines
    Refused to participate in the UN Conference Against Racism in Durban
    Been one of the last nations in the world to sign the UN Covenant on
    Political &
    Civil Rights (30 years after its creation)
    Refused to sign the UN Covenant on Economic & Social Rights
    Opposed the emerging new UN Covenant on the Rights to Peace, Development &
    Environmental Protection

    Sampling of Deaths >From US Military Interventions & Propping Up Corrupt
    Dictators (using the most conservative estimates)
    Nicaragua
    30,000 dead

    Brazil
    100,000 dead

    Korea
    4 million dead

    Guatemala
    200,000 dead

    Honduras
    20,000 dead

    El Salvador
    63,000 dead

    Argentina
    40,000 dead

    Bolivia
    10,000 dead

    Uruguay
    10,000 dead

    Ecuador
    10,000 dead

    Peru
    10,000 dead

    Iraq
    1.3 million dead

    Iran
    30,000 dead

    Sudan
    8-10,000 dead

    Colombia
    50,000 dead

    Panama
    5,000 dead

    Japan
    140,000 dead

    Afghanistan
    10,000 dead

    Somalia
    5000 dead

    Philippines
    150,000 dead

    Haiti
    100,000 dead

    Dominican Republic
    10,000 dead

    Libya
    500 dead

    Macedonia
    1000 dead

    South Africa
    10,000 dead

    Pakistan
    10,000 dead

    Palestine
    40,000 dead

    Indonesia
    1 million dead

    East Timor
    1/3-1/2 of total population

    Greece
    10,000 dead

    Laos
    600,000 dead

    Cambodia
    1 million dead

    Angola
    300,000 dead

    Grenada
    500 dead

    Congo
    2 million dead

    Egypt
    10,000 dead

    Vietnam
    1.5 million dead

    Chile
    50,000 dead

    Other Lethal US Interventions
    CIA Terror Training Manuals
    Development and distribution of training manuals for foreign military
    personnel or foreign nationals, including instructions on assassination,
    subversion, sabotage, population control, torture, repression,
    psychological torture, death squads, etc.

    Specific Torture Campaigns
    Creation and launching of direct US campaigns to support torture as an
    instrument of terror and social control for governments in Greece, Iran,
    Vietnam, Bolivia, Uruguay, Brazil, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Panama

    Supporting and Harboring Terrorists
    The promotion, protection, arming or equiping of terrorists such as:

    . Klaus Barbie and other German Nazis, and Italian and Japanese fascists,
    after WW II

    . Manual Noriega (Panama), Saddam Hussein (Iraq), Rafael Trujillo
    (Dominican Republic), Osama bin Laden (Afghanistan), and others whose
    terrorism has come back to haunt us

    . Running the Higher War College (Brazil) and first School of the Americas
    (Panama), which gave US training to repressors, death squad members, and
    torturers (the second School of the Americas is still running at Ft.
    Benning GA)

    . Providing asylum for Cuban, Salvadoran, Guatemalan, Haitian, Chilean,
    Argentinian, Iranian, South Vietnamese and other terrorists, dictators, and
    torturers

    Assassinating World Leaders
    Using assassination as a tool of foreign policy, wherein the CIA has
    initiated assassination attempts against at least 40 foreign heads of state
    (some several times) in the last 50 years, a number of which have been
    successful, such as: Patrice Lumumba (Congo), Rafael Trujillo (Dominican
    Republic), Ngo Dihn Diem (Vietnam) Salvador Allende (Chile)

    Arms Trade & US Military Presence
    . The US is the world’s largest seller of weapons abroad, arming
    dictators, militaries, and terrorists that repress or victimize their
    populations, and fueling scores of violent conflicts around the globe

    . The US is the world’s largest provider of live land mines which, even in
    peacetime, kill or injure at least several people around the world each day

    . The US has military bases in at least 50 nations around the world, which
    have led to frequent victimization of local populations.

    . The US military has been bombing one Middle Eastern or Muslim nation or
    another almost continuously since 1983, including Lebanon, Libya, Syria,
    Iran, the Sudan, Afghanistan, and Iraq (almost daily bombings since 1991)

    This, then, is a sampling of American foreign policies over the last 50
    years. The FBI uses the following definition for Terrorism: “The unlawful
    use of force or violence committed by a group or individual, who has some
    connection to a foreign power or whose activities transcend national
    boundaries, against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a
    government, the civilian population or any segment thereof, in furtherance
    of political or social objectives.” This sounds like the terrorism we just
    experienced. It also sounds a lot like the US policies and actions since
    1945 that I’ve just described.

    • Very complete indeed…

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  3. I wish there were some way of getting the message to people that both ‘right’ and ‘left’ are positions manufactured by the controllers to create constant social tension that can be increased by the manufacturers to achieve their ends. Right now the manufacturers want to break that tension into chaos, out of which they’ll order things their way. The order will satisfy neither those who’ve joined the so-called left camp nor those who’ve joined the so-called right camp.

    Because the controllers still command 90% of the messaging system, they will use the system to intensify emotions between groups. They are experts at that.

  4. Charley Foster | January 14, 2017 at 12:01 pm | Reply

    This is the best distillation of the current state of things I’ve seen.

  5. Era Of Destabilization In The U.S.? , maybe it began in 1913 on Jekyl Island, and ends on 20/1/17.

  6. I’m afraid the US is quite literally transcending 1984! It may already be too late to stop the inevitable.

  7. I am still reserving judgement. While I don’t think any of them are too bright, it beggars imagination to believe that they actually thought they could run Hillary Clinton. To me that means that they thought, if they could run someone bad enough, they could get Trump in. Just a theory.

    On the other hand, he may do a few good things. I don’t have any heros. I am glad to see the usual crew out of the running. Now, if they can just jail Soros, and the rest of his minions, we’ll all be better off.

  8. “They must immediately begin asking themselves what they truly believe
    and what they truly stand for.” Know thyself. “They must abandon loyalties to parties,
    groups, organizations, and slogans and begin thinking for themselves,
    listening to their intuition, and reconnecting with a sense of humanity
    and empathy.” This is deep. Deeper than most are currently capable of ingesting, because to do this requires some major changes in your world. Marcus Garvey said, “Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds. Did that 6 years ago. It’s a choice… simple as that.

  9. Relax. Israel has nukes and the citizens enjoy the opportunity to possess automatic firearms. There’s no threat to that hellish land. Aside, Islam is a tool of the Zionist West.

  10. I think it’s high time Israel learned to work without a net (the US), and figured out how to play well in its own sandbox. Israel’s “right to exist” is their challenge, not ours. (We solved ours in 1814.) We need to get out of it and stay out of it. No more taking sides in a conflict that’s been ongoing to 2000+ years, long before the USSA even existed. I am so over Israel.

  11. To speak the Truth is to be call an “anti-Semite” — how tiresome this has become. The entire world knows the Truth…it’s time the world put the Zionists in their place — behind bars.

  12. NJguy - Proudly Deplorable | January 15, 2017 at 3:39 pm | Reply

    Hopefully.

  13. Thanks. Allen & Rappoport are great. Agree with Rappoport, “It’s the [freedom] MOVEMENT that matters” and I’ve been also saying (>14 yrs) if we’re smart, we can go past the limited hangouts, use them to our advantage. No defeatism, fatalism – in sync with Jon.

    • The glass is definitely half full at this point.

      • BTW, terrific website you’re involved with! Save the native & honey bees and respect Mother Nature, love it. (P.S. Keep your radar tuned to precision GE, it’s being unleashed around the world. I’ll do what I can to share info. ;-))

        • Thanks very much for the encouraging words. We’ll look into precision GE. I’m gonna start saying “if bees die you’ll be lucky to starve tp death before your neighbors eat you” because I don’t seem to be getting through to people by just saying bees are dying .

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