January 27, 2017, Early News

Trump’s First Week: A Win for the Elite, a Loss for the People. “And it Does Not Look Good”, by Joachim Hagopian

My last article attempted to stay grounded in reality regarding the need to keep in check any expectation the Trump presidency will be any different from previous administrations, knowing whomever occupies the White House is simply the elite’s figurehead puppet choice. Based on the rhetoric expressed in his inaugural address, the article title alone claiming “Trump has declared war on the ruling elite” already appears to be way off base from the actual truth. Less than a week into office and the real Donald Trump presidency has already reared enough of its ugly head to see that his “vison” for America is soon likely to be every citizen’s nightmare.

No surprise really, as alluded to previously, this honeymoon phenomenon of excessive expectation and wishful thinking fantasy surrounding each new president as he takes office is a longstanding yet always short lived pattern. Switching back and forth from one antithetical selection after the next, the opposite of George Bush was Barack Obama. Now the opposite of Barack Obama is Donald Trump. Here we go again. Different face and party, same policy. The elitist, divide and conquer rulers wouldn’t have it any other way.

This presentation will dissect actions already taken in Trump’s first week as president that should give all of us citizens grave concern. . . . 

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From Forbidden Knowledge TV: Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt has been given a history-changing scoop by pyramid expert, Dr. Carmen Boulter and I was up at 1:30AM on the phone with Liszt, as the video was uploading on his channel so that he could show me never-before-seen images of this Earth-shattering discovery, that ForbiddenKnowledgeTV.net is the first channel to broadcast!

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No matter what Trump decides or for what reason, he has now blown the lid off the lies we are ing told:

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Fraud on voters? S. Dakota lawmakers repeal lobbying, financing reforms passed by residents

Locked doors, unhooked phones & cold shoulders: Congress-voter disconnects persist

Possible Executive Order on torture opens question about CIA black sites being reopened

Rand Paul: No one really knows how many countries CIA is covertly destroying

Poland, Lithuania won’t host new CIA ‘black sites’

The Most Important Civil Rights Issue Trump Could Solve With Executive Order: End The “War On Drugs” Gulag . . . I don’t expect this issue to be addressed: the cabal uses drugs to destroy a country

“Fake-liberal” Bill Clinton did nothing, “fake-conservative” George W. Bush did nothing, and “fake-liberal” Barack Obama did nothing to end the “War on Drugs” or curb the gulag it created. Their parties and supporters were delighted to appear “tough on crime” while destroying the lives of hundreds of thousands of African-American, Hispanic-American and other Americans with long sentences in the gulag for selling nickel bags of “illegal” drugs, while America’s parasitic Big Pharma industry reaped billions of dollars in profits selling “legal” opiates while handing our self-serving politicos millions in campaign contributions.

President Trump says ‘relations with Israel repaired, but too early to talk of moving embassy to Jerusalem’

Towards a Realist American Foreign Policy on Russia, by Gordon M. Hahn

American foreign policy, especially its Russia policy, is a runaway train without rails, driven by a troubling confluence of hubristic ideological influences and bureaucratized sectoral interests networked through Washington. These two kinds of influence too often are neither disinterested, nor in the American interest, and deprive U.S. foreign policy of a strategic imperative. The former influence consists of American democratic messianism and revolutionism that push for regime change on a far too broad basis, weakening our foreign policy’s realist component while simultaneously discrediting its idealist component. Bureaucractic influences is made up of out-of-control bureaucratic, military, military-industrial, think tank, and ideological interests that manipulate or sincerely foster American messianism and revolutionism. The combination of uncontrolled messianism and sectoral interests and imperatives have resulted in an ‘imperial overstretch’ that far outstrips America’s declining capacity and power in the world. This growing gap between American ambitions and capacity is compounded by China’s rise, Russia’s resurgence, and the Sino-Russian strategic partnership. This paper focuses on problems in U.S.-Russian relations and their possible solutions.

Trump to have phone call with Putin on Saturday, wants to work with Russia to “knock the hell out of ISIS”

Can Trump’s “America First” Policy Rescue the US Out of Crisis? NEO 

[…] However, to stretch the “America First” policy to co-operation with Russia, what Donald trump needs to do is to actually reverse the US policies of the recent past and instead enter into effective cooperation with Russia and other plyers on Syria and other counter-terrorism issues.

There is, however, a riddle that needs to be solved. Extending co-operation to Russia also implies indirect co-operation with Iran which is, in the words of the newly appointed US secretary of defense, the most “de-stabilizing” country in the Middle East.

Many in the Republican Party seem to believe that backing Russia in Syria means backing Iran, and backing Iran means alienating the US’ Sunni allies in the Middle East. The question of co-operation with Russia is, therefore, nothing short of an enigma for the Trump administration, resolution of which does ask for some major policy changes.

As such, while we have seen Trump making positive overtures to Russia, nothing of this sort has happened with regards to Iran. Hence, the question: can Donald Trump and his team devise a policy to separately deal with Russia and Iran over the Syrian question? It is a difficult riddle to solve at the moment for the new president. But what is evident, given the changes taking place in Syria, is that the US would, were it to persist in following a restricted policy and close its options of co-operation, land itself on a marshy territory.

The “America First” policy is, given what we have said above, cannot, on its own, rescue the US out of the Obama-made crisis. It requires a fundamental reversal of polices both vis-à-vis Russia/Syria/Iran and the US’ Arab allies, particularly Saudi Arabia. Only then can Donald Trump succeed in securing American national interests. Only then can Islamist terrorism be permanently defeated and only then can Trump make America “great again.”

Power split and minority rights among cornerstones of leaked Russia-proposed Syrian Constitution

Russian FM Lavrov says Geneva talks on Syrian crisis postponed to February end

UK shifts policy, now accepts Assad could run for reelection

Syrian opposition rejects Russia’s draft of new constitution

Alex Jones’ InfoWars Offered White House Credentials, Zerohedge

Bannon Declares War On The Media: “You Are The Opposition; Keep Your Mouth Shut”

Honeymoon’s Over – Trump ‘Death Cross’ Appears In Sentiment Data, Zerohedge

Ron Paul warns Economic collapse imminent: Trump will get the blame instead of the FED

Europe Proposes “Restrictions On Payments In Cash”, Zerohedge

Sean Spicer Reveals How Mexico Will Pay For “The Wall”, Zerohedge  . . . Conclusion:

The highly sensitive subject of payment for the “wall” is the reason why president Pena Nieto cancelled a trip to the US on January 31 to discusses the renegotiation of NAFTA.

While Nieto has said Mexico will not pay for the wall, Trump has repeatedly said that Mexico will end up paying, even if the US makes the initial payment; as reported earlier, Republicans have estimated the wall will cost between $12 billion to $15 billion.

Since roughly 80% of Mexican exports go to the US, (representing around 13% of US imports, or amounting to $295 billion in 2015) Mexico finds itself in a very difficult negotiating position, in which Trump has all the leverage. On the other hand, since a 20% tax would inevitably result in a similar surge in prices of imported goods, no matter who ends up winning this particular negotiation, it will be the US consumer who foots the bill. [highlight by ~J]

Head of US Border Patrol forced out as Trump seeks to build wall and add agents

Transcanada Applies For Keystone XL Pipeline Presidential Permit, Zerohedge

JC Collins: “Canada Must Ban George Soros Foundations Now!, Zerohedge

This war against George Soros is only just beginning.

Days of US, UK interventionist policy over: May

Ukraine increases provocations against civilians in Donbass to bury Minsk II as the West smiles with eyes closed

Kiev lobby in the US is desperate to ensnare Trump

Lavrov: Russia will join with Syria and rebel forces to carry out strikes against IS positions in Syria

Palestinian official reports over 90 percent of water in besieged Gaza unfit for use

Paving a path to Persia: China’s One Belt One Road vision

The neoconservative Brookings Institute think tank authored a 2009 strategic publication about the most efficient way for the US to asymmetrically destabilize Iran, titling their blueprint “Which Path To Persia? Options For A New American Strategy Towards Iran“. Eurasian geopolitics has been completely upended in the 7 years since that document was first published, and many (but crucially, not all) of the precepts mentioned within it are outdated and irrelevant to the contemporary international context. That said, the concept of trailblazing the best Path to Persia still remains attractive, though no longer just for the US and this time towards completely different ends than the original idea had planned for. The rise of China and the unveiling of the worldwide One Belt One Road strategic vision have led to the People’s Republic taking a keen interest in directly connecting itself with the Islamic Republic, and herein lies the foundation for forging a different sort of Path to Persia.

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6 Responses to January 27, 2017, Early News

  1. Captain says:

    Regarding the Akenaten discovery video. You might want to check this out regarding the finds in Antarctica – http://exopolitics.org/visit-to-antarctica-confirms-discovery-of-flash-frozen-alien-civilization/ The dead frozen beings found in Antarctica resemble Akenaten.
    Ramtha once predicted that they would find Atlantis, which moved southward during the Earth Changes in his lifetime, 35,000 years ago. It was now buried under ice, but much of the advanced technolgies still were active there. ( I suspected that was Hitler’s interest there.) This is what the fuss is about down there and all the VIPs trips there (also the IDENTIFIED Flying Objects there.)
    There is more I could write about Akenaten, but may do so later. The MET in NYC, some 15+ years ago, had a special exhibit about the then discovered artist’s workshop of Akenaten, with many smashed statues remaining. A special book was put out about it. If I can locate the title and exhibit info, I’ll pass it along. I remember one of the guides explaining to the tourists how the elongated heads of Akenaten, his wife and kids, “were the results of a disease.” I thankfully kept my mouth shut and did not say: No, just look at them. They are aliens. Not a disease.

  2. Captain says:

    Faal gives a brief history of Masons in USA. Also brings up info about those nude Trump statues…
    Doomsday Warned Near As CIA Nears Open Civil War Against Freemason Leader Trump — http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2219.htm

    Also: https://mainerepublicemailalert.com/2017/01/25/shocking-list-of-declassified-military-and-cia-secrets-revealed/

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