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Thursday, June 22, 2017

More business as usual under an isolated Trump



Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
June 22, 2017

.. Just like how Obama carried on agendas under Bush, now ISIS and terrorists fighting the Syrian government are now getting help, again, from Americans.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2017/06/18/a-u-s-aircraft-has-shot-down-a-syrian-government-jet-over-northern-syria-pentagon-says/

Take a look at who controls that area for yourself - it's ISIS.

https://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2017/22-june-australias-military-resumes-air-operations-over

US-backed fighters, fighting a sovereign government, that has done nothing to the United States? Sounds like 2011/2012 on steroids now.

An isolated president, or just another puppet?

So it would seem that Trump has been completely hijacked by McMaster (a staunch neocon) and co., which seems rather clear considering the amount of CFR and Clinton/Obama-connected individuals in his administration (including his own daughter and her sh**head husband Jared Kushner - both have significant relationships to people in the Clinton circle - including Chelsea). The only other alternative is that Trump has become just another tool of the establishment, as was his predecessors - which, when you contemplate that, you can't help but think of his multiple meetings with Kissinger and Richard Haas (funny now how many of their people are in the administration). Anyone truly opposed to business as usual would not give individuals such as those the time of day.

Recall that silly cruise missile strike ordered by Trump months ago. Yeah, that one which Eric Trump, himself, is on the record as stating his father did so at the behest of his sister.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/10/ivanka-trump-influenced-father-launch-air-strikes-against-assad/

The last thing this country needs is another political dynasty.

I voted for Trump, and I have to say, that at this point I haven't seen jack to make me not regret having written-in 'Beetlejuice' for my presidential vote. If Trump is indeed the man he portrayed during his campaign, he has let himself become a lone wolf surrounded by individuals that serve the deep state, including his very own daughter and son-in-law. And of course, the castration of Bannon and ousting of Flynn sealed this reality. Our last hopes remaining in office, it seems, is Jeff Sessions and Trey Gowdy.

ALL information incoming to Trump is first handled by those surrounding him. In other words, information is easily cleansed and tailored. Yes, that would be McMaster and also Kushner, among others.

A little background on McMaster:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=mcmaster+neocon

Back to ISIS and Syria once more...

Consider this for a minute; if NATO nations were really against ISIS, and not using it simply for fear-mongering and show and tell, why do they continue to let ISIS fighters enter their borders? How many times have we heard of terrorist attacks in the UK, France, and Belgium, that were brought about by individuals that have either been in Libya or Syria???

Where are we now?

'The Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has warned that the likelihood of a catastrophic nuclear war is closer than since 1953.' - http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-06-21/ever-closer-war


Kind of seems as if we were going backwards, no?

And meanwhile, the establishment and neocons alike are still pressing on about some conspiracy theory about Russian meddling in US elections. Ironic how, when people are suspicious and question anything not in the deep state's interest, the 'conspiracy theory' term is thrown about negatively; yet they have no issue pursuing their own imaginations and fairy tales with nary a shred of evidence of any actual Russian manipulation effecting any change.

Even the LA Times, as pathetic as they historically are, claim the Russians changed no results in the latest elections:

http://www.latimes.com/politics/washington/la-na-essential-washington-updates-russians-targeted-election-systems-in-1498059012-htmlstory.html

Yet, you have to be asking yourself, "where is the proof that systems were targeted by Russia?" Once we begin just blindly accepting what we are told all is lost. And it does seem to be the recent trend. Remember that supposed Osama raid, in which they allegedly killed him, and brought him on a naval vessel only to throw him off of it? Not once shred of evidence provided, yet no one seemed to mind. Even despite Pakistani ISI reporting that he died as early as late 2001 or early 2002. If this is how things will indefinitely continue we might as well be living in Orwell's 1984. God knows enough people tune in and tune out to the TV's in their homes and allow the brainwashing to commence with no critical thought involved.

Still, lamestream media and career politicians keep pressing on the Russia thing:

https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/videos/2017-06-21/rep-swalwell-on-russia-probe-georgia-election-video

Notice how not one of these dumb idiots ever states that the best way to prevent any election rigging is to go strictly to paper ballots. Not once have I heard anyone state this. And again, nobody has provided any smoking gun on Russian manipulation. We've seen this before - its just like the invasion of Iraq in '03. First it was the DNC hacks. All the talking heads completely ignored Seth Rich and what Assange had to say about the matter. Just like in '03, it's as if they think that if they continually beat the same drum the sheep out there will begin marching to it.

So here we are, six months in to a new presidency, with hardly any change worth a damn in sight. Where is the money for the wall? There is lots of talk and not much else. Now there is talk about Trump wanting the wall to be solar... [Why not just build a damned wall first and worry about powering it into the future after? I've seen many walls in my life that aren't 'powered'.] So far, Obama has deported more individuals. And still, our actions are still supportive of ISIS rather than against it, and just like the fixation on Russia with elections, we still suffer from this silly fixation on how allegedly evil Assad and his government is, despite time and again, accusations against the Assad regime of use of chemical weapons is unsubstantiated (or outright proved false). And still yet, we have Israel sucking money straight off our teat and meddling in our politics via AIPAC (God's chosen people get a pass I suppose?). Concurrently we are arming the truly vile and evil Saudis - to the tune of billions. And still, we have troops in over 150 countries around the world. And still, NATO continues as usual operating as a globalist military and the air force of the proxy of the moment. Just imagine what the talking heads and chicken-hawks would say if the Eastern Bloc came back into existence!

Change? The only thing you can put money behind is more of the same. What was it that President George Dubya Bush once said; "... fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again." Not quite, but something like that.

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