February 9, 2017, Early News (I published this just after midnight and called it Very Early News, but it never got out. Read the first story, and you will understand why! :) :) :)

!!!!! Iran war rhetoric and the ‘Trump-ordered’ dawn raid in Yemen: WWIII isn’t ‘coming’ – It’s happening NOW, by Niall Bradley. . . this article tells the story of ‘how! . (It’s long, but don’t let that stop you — allow the author to lay the groundwork and give you the background.) You can read just part of the positive conclusion below. It goes way beyond PCR’s fearful words (article below)! Way beyond. It will blow you away! I don’t know how I missed this article. If correct — and I believe it is, it makes the next four articles moot!

What is unfolding in Yemen – and Syria, and Iraq, and elsewhere – is that the US is gradually being forced out of the Middle East, thanks to a set of coordinated moves by Russia, China and Iran. Envisioning ‘World War III’ as a ‘grand spectacle’ between great powers that ends in nuclear holocaust keeps people in fear and ‘on side’, distracting them from the ugly business of divvying up the planet’s natural (including human) resources, and the real day-to-day horrors this brings to places like Yemen and Libya and Syria. It’s not winner-takes-all ‘world war’; it’s risk-assessed proxy warfare. Non-western countries have learned the (until recently) hidden rules of the game; and they’re in the process of applying those rules to turn the tables on the Empire.

Has The American Establishment Opted for Thermo-Nuclear War? by Paul Craig Roberts

Trump Administration Apparently Heading For War As Iran Dumps U.S. Dollar, by Brandon Turbeville

Putin’s Tough Choice: China Or The West, Zerohedge

[…] It is also part of a broader strategy to tempt Russia towards closer relations with the US/EU while sacrificing its growing close relations with China, viewed by Trump, as it was by Obama and Clinton, as the chief obstacle to the U.S. dominant global leadership. As a critical part of the deal, Russia is expected to accede to sacrifice its budding alliance with Iran.

Now the human drama watch begins; will Putin cave in to the demands of the West to renounce his allies in exchange for the improved relation and the dropping of sanctions?

The West has in hand some very powerful means of persuasion, including increased Russian access to the huge European energy market, restored western financial credit, access to Western technology, and a seat at the global decision-making table, all of which Russia badly needs and wants. Consider that three Russian proposed natural gas pipelines to Europe have been stalled since sanctions were imposed over Ukraine, leaving billions of dollars on the table.

Foreshadowing all of this was a news leak late last year in Germany’s Bild Zeitung, that Kissinger has drafted a plan to officially recognize Crimea as part of Russia and lift the Obama administration’s economic sanctions.

What this means for Russia, just now emerging from nearly two years of recession, is a possible return to prosperity, an offer that any national leader would find hard to resist.

Putin’ supporters refuse to believe that the strong-minded autocrat will turn against his EurAsian friends, particularly China given the signed momentous multi-billion dollar energy deals with Russia, as well as Russia’s central position in the roll-out of the China’s enormous Silk Road project.

The problem for Russia is that the opportunities for participation in Chinese Silk Road ventures require heavy upfront investment with profits only linked to a distant future, while the Russian government budget is in dire need now. Instead, the Western promises, for example, such as pipelines, can be built in one year on already existing and ongoing projects with the EU, with guaranteed financing and payoffs.

Russia’s also understands that despite its emerging friendship with Iran, Iran is also the single strongest competitor to Russia for the European and Asian energy markets.

What are the signs that Putin may accede to the new deal?

US may designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guard a terrorist group after surge in diplomatic meetings

Sott Comment: There’s a flurry of Middle East meetings: Trump hails Erdogan as strategic partner and NATO ally

Equally, Turkey announced on Tuesday that the first session of the Turkish-Saudi Arabian bilateral coordination council in Ankara on Thursday would bring the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir to the Turkish capital. Al-Jubeir is expected to meet Erdogan. (By the way, Erdogan is also due to travel to Saudi Arabia in the weekend.) Now, consider the following:

  • Trump calls King Salman of Saudi Arabia and the Crown Prince of UAE Sheikh Zayid on January 29;
  • NSA Michael Flynn comes out with his famous statement on Iran in February 1;
  • Trump meets King Abdullah of Jordan on February 2;
  • NSA Flynn makes a second threatening statement on Iran on February 3;
  • Trump calls Erdogan on Feb 7;
  • Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir visits Ankara on February 7-8;
  • CIA chief Mike Pompeo to meet Erdogan in Ankara on February 9;
  • Erdogan is due to travel to Saudi Arabia in the weekend.

It won’t require much ingenuity to connect the dots and figure out what the surge of diplomatic activity relates to. It’s Iran, stupid!

The House Can Start Impeachment Against Trump Now, by Norman Solomon . . .total propaganda! Apparently, Obama never violated the Constitution! Holier than thou really doesn’t work, or it shouldn’t work, should it?

Much of the public is eager for the impeachment of President Trump. A poll last week found that 40 percent of Americans already “support” impeaching him, and the same survey — by highly regarded Public Policy Polling — found that another 12 percent are “not sure.”

From the outset of his presidency, Trump has been violating the U.S. Constitution in a way that we have not seen before and should not tolerate. It’s time for members of Congress to get the impeachment process underway.

Is Steve Bannon “The Great Manipulator” Or Is It All Just More “Fake News” Zerohedge

The media, Steve Bannon and the second civil war. . . for those who are busy, this to the-point article may well define Steven Bannon and Trump, as well. If true, they are both frightfully out of touch with reality!

The entire system is pushing everyone toward chaos, repeating the word ad nauseum, stirring people up into an all-out left-right frenzy.

So many people are just blithely talking about a new civil war… like this is the new normal now.

Well yesterday The Guardian actually posted an op-ed by Paul Mason titled, Trump’s advisers want a new civil war – we must not let them have it where he wrote about how Newt Gingrich and Steve Bannon are engaging in “dangerous fantasies” about how America is at war.

But Gingrich isn’t really the point of the article. The main focus is on Trump’s chief strategist Bannon.

Here’s the gist:

Donald J. Trump and The Deep State, by Prof. Peter Dale Scott. . . a fascinating article that demonstrates the many complexities of our situation.

A Billion Dollars Of Federally Funded Paranoia, Zertohedge

When it comes to mindless excess in the war on terror, it is difficult to compete with the 70+ fusion centers bankrolled by the Department of Homeland Security. They began to be set up around the nation shortly after 9/11 as federal-state-local partnerships to better track terrorist threats. But the centers have been a world-class boondoggle from the start

Fusion centers do a far better job of stoking paranoia than of catching terrorists. Various fusion centers have attached the “extremist” tag to gun-rights activists, anti-immigration zealots, and individuals and groups “rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority” — even though many of the Founding Fathers shared the same creed. A 2012 DHS report went even further, stating that being “reverent of individual liberty” is one of the traits of potential right-wing terrorists. Such absurd standards help explain why the federal terrorist watchlist now contains more than a million names.

Federal management is so slipshod that a 2012 Senate investigation found that the federal estimates of spending on fusion centers varied by more than 400 percent — ranging from $289 million to $1.4 billion. A DHS internal report found that 4 of 72 fusion centers did not actually exist, but that did not deter DHS officials from continuing to exaggerate the number of such centers. The Washington Post highlighted a few of the dubious findings: “More than $2 million was spent on a center for Philadelphia that never opened. In Ohio, officials used the money to buy rugged laptop computers and then gave them to a local morgue. San Diego officials bought 55 flat-screen televisions to help them collect ‘open-source intelligence’ — better known as cable television news.”

Trump Set To Approve Weapons Sales To Saudi Arabia, Bahrain Blocked By Obama, Zerohedge

According to the Wash Times, citing one U.S. official directly involved in the transfers, a roughly $300 million precision-guided missile technology package for Riyadh and a multibillion-dollar F-16 deal for Bahrain are now in the pipeline ready for clearance from the new administration. The deals, if approved, would send a clear signal about the “priorities of the new administration.” For one it would suggest that Saudi Arabia is once again a clear beneficiary of US weapons exports, which would suggest that the proxy war in Yemen, fought largely with US-made weapons, will continue. The source spin is that the US delivery is meant to help defend the Saudis from potential ISIS terrorist threats, as well as concerns about Iran.

“These are significant sales for key allies in the Gulf who are facing the threat from Iran and who can contribute to the fight against the Islamic State,” said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “Whereas the Obama administration held back on these, they’re now in the new administration’s court for a decision — and I would anticipate the decision will be to move forward.”

If confirmed, it would suggest that contrary to expectations of a military de-escalation in the middle east, the Trump administration will contribute further US military involvement, both direct and indirect, in the region. Already Trump has vowed to create “safe zones” in Syria, a decision which critics have blasted as assuring even more US troops are sent into harm’s way.

Goldman Stunned By Collapse In Gasoline Demand: “This Would Require A US Recession”, Zerohedge

[…] So yes, both gasoline stocks and supply remains at extremely high levels, but what set off alarm bells is not supply, but demand: the EIA last week reported that the 4-week average of gasoline supplied – or implied gasoline demand – in the United States was 8.2 million barrels per day, the lowest since February 2012. And, as Reuters adds, U.S. refiners are now facing the prospects of weakening gasoline demand for the first time in five years.

Unlike excess supply, which may have numerous factors, when it comes to a plunge in end product demand the implication can beonly one: the US consumer is very ill, especially when considering that gasoline use has grown every year since 2012, despite fears that demand has topped out amid the growth of fuel efficient cars, urbanization and a graying population.

House Republican Introduces Bill To Abolish Dept. Of Education On Same Day DeVos Confirmed To Run It

Senate confirms Jeff Sessions as new US attorney general

‘Last stand’: Protests erupt as Standing Rock Tribe vows court challenge to DAPL easement

FBI Agents Posed as Journalists to get Evidence on Bundy Ranch, by Tim Brown

Bizarre: Govt’s Key Witness in Bundy Ranch Trial Exposed in Burning Man Illuminati Festival, by Tim Brown

Authoritarians At The Gate: How One High School Is Ripping Its Community Apart . . . now, for many, s coming closer to home.

We strongly advise you to put down all sharp objects before reading the following…

Not since the Vietnam War have I seen as much strife and personal hostility within an otherwise friendly community.

Thank the administration of New Trier High School in north suburban Chicago. This story is about the madness on college campuses now being crammed down into a public high school. More importantly, it’s about an angry brawl now growing rapidly.

Oblivious to how identity politics have divided the country, the school is holding an attendance-mandatory All-School Seminar Day with the stated goal of “understanding today’s struggle for racial civil rights.”

That sounds fine, but the problem is that it serves no such goal. The agenda is brazenly and unquestionably one-sided, divisive, political and radically left. Understanding civil rights, as New Trier sees it, doesn’t mean challenging students to sort through competing ideas. It means force-fed dogma.[…]The newspaper interviewed Tatyana Koryagina, a senior research fellow in the Institute of Macroeconomic Researches subordinated to the Russian Ministry of Economic Development (Minekonom) on the subject of a recent conference concerning the fate of the U.S. economy:

Rothschilds & Rockefellers — Trillionaires of the World

[…] Koryagina: The known history of civilization is merely the visible part of the iceberg. There is a shadow economy, shadow politics and also a shadow history, known to conspirologists.

There are [unseen] forces acting in the World, unstoppable for [most powerful] countries and even continents.

Ashley Mote (EU):

“Mr President, I wish to draw your attention to the Global Security Fund, set up in the early 1990s under the auspices of Jacob Rothschild.

“This is a Brussels-based fund and it is no ordinary fund: it does not trade, it is not listed and it has a totally different purpose. It is being used for geopolitical engineering purposes, apparently under the guidance of the intelligence services.”

“I have previously asked about the alleged involvement of the European Union’s own intelligence resources in the management of slush funds in offshore accounts, and I still await a reply. To that question I now add another: what are the European Union’s connections to the Global Security Fund and what relationship does it have with European Union institutions?

“Recently, Ashley Mote of the European Union (EU) asked this volatile question in a public EU meeting, a question never answered, as Mr. Mote, merely by asking this question, was immediately scratched from the White House Christmas card list and placed on its top ten hit list.

The Illuminati’s cash cow, grazing freely on the World wide pasture of greenbacks, isn’t called “Elsie” but instead is called the Global Security Fund, a name actually meaning in the secret cult’s language Global Terrorist Fund.

In simple terms, it’s a gigantic illegal trust fund, estimated by undercover overseas financial investigators at 65 trillion dollars, set-up for “Illuminati rainy days” and established when it is desperately needed in a pinch for bribery, assassinations and sponsoring World wide terrorist activities to divert attention from their banking mafia.

Although the fund is cloaked in secrecy and made possible by the Western civilization’s Federal Reserve banking system, investigators trying to pry into the Illuminati’s secret treasure trove have uncovered some interesting facts.

Shut it! West’s free speech challenges are sign of systemic insecurity, by Finian Cunningham

‘The more nuclear weapons we have, the greater danger to our existence’,ex-Pentagon chief Cohen

Former Defense Secretary William Cohen told RT’s Larry King what he thinks of President Trump’s Cabinet picks, why he is uncomfortable with the president’s decision making, and what he thinks of putting Iran on notice.

‘Continued UK arms sales to Saudis is outrageous act

Despite thousands of civilians killed in Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition, the UK is continuing to supply the Saudis with arms – a fundamentally wrong policy that the British people will not benefit from, says Bahraini political activist Saeed al-Shehabi.

‘Syrians suffer from EU sanctions, not Assad government’ – MEP

The EU should lift sanctions against the Syrian government and fight the real enemy, and that is ISIS, said Belgian MEP Filip Dewinter. He added it’s a shame Europeans are doing nothing to solve the humanitarian crisis in Syria.

To bee, or not to bee: Will bumblebees become extinct?

Widely used pesticides and insecticides, climate change, and introduced species are factors for bumblebees as well as other species of bees being endangered, Mark Floegel, beekeeper & Greenpeace research director, told RT America’s Anya Parampil.

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17 Responses to February 9, 2017, Early News (I published this just after midnight and called it Very Early News, but it never got out. Read the first story, and you will understand why! :) :) :)

  1. beLIEve says:

    AMERICAN PLANES are apparently ……..AIR RE-FUELING ……Saudi Air Force….reference
    the ……UNLAWFUL & HEINOUS……bombing of Yemen.

    U.S. Fingerprints on Attacks Obliterating Yemen’s Economy


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    I had heard that…….US PILOTS are FLYING Saudi Air Force jets……. in Yemen.
    I have tried to find a reference backing up this “suggestion”.
    The best I can come up with is comments dating back to 2003 however, these comments are QUITE TELLING ……Imho.

    Subject: The Royal Saudi Air Force – A Paper Tiger, Minus the Tiger
    ex-expat 2/9/2003 6:56:15 PM


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    I have taken a week off from AM to clear my head but, was pleased to read your reports stating Iran, China and Russia have adopted the …ashkeNAZI khazar ….STRATEGY …of ….ARMS LENGTH…..WARFARE…..employing proxies in the Yemen.

    My heart goes out to the Yemenis and others in the Middle East DECIMATED by the ILLUMINATI.

    As for President Putin’s need to decide whether to RE-ALIGN with …..western ashkeNAZI khazar REGIMES….or……..to continue with China Iran etc………

    SUP WITH the DEVIL…….or ……ENGAGE with MANKIND !

  2. Captain says:

    For those who think extreme vetting is unfounded, they should view these:
    If one crazed islamist can take out 36 people, and if each islamist has an average of four wives (one wife, and three cousins, according to DHS), the odds are not in favor of any country the islamist invade.
    This may be from last year:

  3. Captain says:

    Roseanne Barr touches on the subject of possible mind control being used which might explain why these anti-Trumpers and pink pu**y rioters are so irrational and violent and widespread.
    ROSEANNE BARR ON THE ELECTION OF DONALD TRUMP! — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_he1jf6ZIw
    Roseanne is familair with Cathy O’Brien and MK Ultra programs. She was once a guest speaker at Ramtha’s gnostic school in WA.

    • Jean says:

      Kat, my experience of several yers tells me tells me Tom Heneghan is co-intel. He is often associated with Dave Hodges, who puts out lots of bad info – IMO. I can’t waste them with them, I have too much else to do 🙂 Thanks and hugs, ~Jean

  4. mary says:

    thank you so much Jean, I didnt know trump gave arms to Saudi..yes that does say it all..In trying to understand this complete mess, I looked into a litlle what Ian from VT was saying, trump went bankrupt in nineties, to tune of 900 million(unbelievable almost) and yes rothschilds, etc bailed him out, hence trump does not want to disclose tax returns. I am suspicious of fitts and rense…I couldnt understand why all these Truthers, backed trump (now yesterday there is a vid of fetzer and rense asking why the beating of the drums? fetzer saying he was “stunned” on donalds turn, rense agreeing, now wait a minute, if you are in the loop like them, how could this Stun them???VT turned me off with constant bash trumping(and hillary shining), yet when I listened to mike harris and Ian, a lot Ian said could be true..Lord help us. Ian mentions the russian mafia( with trump but not putin. I understand if you need to leave out names. You have helped me Jean digest this all, and Im right back where I was in beginning, not trusting trump. It is hard to wade through all of this, truthers I counted on, all changing sides and saying some strange stuff. I always hoped somehow someway, america could put it right, for the world…Its funny, my gut never liked trump but favored Putin, not saying he is golden, but I just “gut wise” leaned towards him. Its a damn shame to be in the country that has caused so much death and destruction. I know Nato has helped, and I guess I even somehow hoped trump maybe could be different…I will look up that video on Crimea ..sooo, in a nut shell it looks like trump (his bosses) bombed Yeman in support of Saudi..Just Great…Breaking up Nato I am for, even though we do not know exactly how it will effect us…thanks again, you connecting dots helps me too!!

    • Jean says:

      Do you understand, though, that Russia, China, and Iran have put the fix on them all? Trump and team did not do what they did in support of the Saudis, but because they are in real trouble and they can’t come out and openly bomb Yemen. They understand well that this would mean engaging China, Iran, and Russia. They need to hide their own proxy war behind the Saudis. Now, we read that Russia and China and Iran are doing just what the United States has done for years – fighting a proxy war against the US in Yemen via their support of the Houthis, which they can/will deny! And the US is stuck, because this is what they have always done — and lied about it!

      The first part of the article is all about the actual proof of the author’s conclusions. The second part describes the US response and how they find themselves in a real pickle, because they now know whom they are truly fighting — and it’s becoming impossible to cover up that they are losing. If you will start reading one paragraph before the section called ‘Bomb-bomb-bomb, bomb-bomb Iran’ (in Yemen)’, you will see what this writer has decided, and very accurately I think because of the US responses to what is going on there, of which he makes note . . .

      Putin doesn’t have a choice to make as to whether or not to side with China or the US (see posted article). It’s already been made, and his response is well under way. I’ve always felt as I’ve watched Putin speak ad followed his actions that Putin understands sovereignty, which is what this battle is all about. Are we going to be free to find out and be who we should be, or not? This is why I believe we will never be invaded! Finding out who we are as individuals and as a nation is a struggle that only we can engage. Putin isn’t interested in our struggles here at home, except as they involve his leadership/stewardship of Russia, and he is most willing to honestly negotiate those differences. Everything else has been ‘stuck’ on him by a very sick press.

      [Link to Crimea the Way Back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t42-71RpRgI%5D

      It’s such an exciting film to watch, maybe because it is true — and without propaganda, as we get a chance to see Putin’s leadership . . . His understanding of what it takes to become free — and to allow others the right to decide for themselves, and the fact that those in Crimea understood they must all pitch in, down to men whose skills were developed shoeing horses, if I remember correctly!

      BTW, please notice how straight forward and simple Putin’s words are. While they are easy to understand he has a great deal of knowledge in his head that he continually draws on, and he is extremely articulate. He doesn’t need or use prompters. He can talk for hours on his subject. Now, listen to Trump – on his own and without prompters or a well rehearsed speil. He can hardly parse a sentence — and I think this is a result of an undisciplined mind, which sadly, as the result of an education system based on dumbing us down is the only way too many Americans can now relate to leadership – remember how Baby Bush tried to make ‘thinking’ passe, but trump still throws an awful lot of fearful words around . . . Well, anyway, Mary, you are absolutely doing the right thing to question all this and explore it. Please make up your own mind, but always keep open with a willingness to change should better information arrive on the scene.

      I’m delighted for you and for your willingness to engage this quest!


      PS We got a Trump, because energetically this is all we were ready for. The people of Crimea, of many ethnic backgrounds, got a Putin, because this is the kind of energy they were ready for. We have much to learn before we draw a Putin-type leader from our population, but I can guarantee you that he/she is there and will respond when called upon.

      • mary says:

        yes I do understand that iran china and russia are putting on the fix..even though I had hoped we were going to straighten out, the act trump did totally took me off guard, it was just so against what he originally stated. yes, I see now why we can not outright bomb. I read the article on the deep state, that opened me to so much more..What you said about the energy of getting a better leader, never thought how much depended on our energy, but so true Jean. As they work so hard to harness that type of energy, well no wonder they do. I need to spend more time on these type of articles..Thank you again for your in-put.. Have to say, I am rooting for them….

  5. mary says:

    Jean I am going to try this again..I have tried numerous times to get this posted and as of now it is frozen in another link. If eventually you receive a lot of the same comment, I apologize.

    I am shorting my question, I understand the article to some degree, I have read it 3 times, I get the alliance of Housthi, Iran China Russia. I understand the first strike by US is Nato, but the second one, Article hints Trump may not even have authorized that, but if he did, is he for or against Saudi? Or is it still up in the air? If is, then why all the war drumming against Iran China by Flynn Bannon? I sense this is a very important article, but I am confused as to trying to understand..Is trumps Team against Nato?? I appreciate any thoughts you have..

    • Jean says:

      Mary, the Administration is putting out all kinds of false info . . . Yesterday Trump finally said he is for NATO, but they need to pay their bills/share responsibility, etc. Trump has just authorized the selling of more arms to Saudi Arabia, so what does that tell us? Doesn’t he say in the article that all they can do is beat the war drums, frightening and confusing people — and I would assume that means here at home? He doesn’t say for what reason, but I can only guess — even though there won’t be a war, they will try to control us anyway – in some way, so that perhaps we won’t turn on them? I don’t really know about that and am only guessing. They can’t go to war against Iran, China, and Russia, and they know it, because they will totally lose!

      Trying to answer your comment, Mary, helps me clarify this in my own mind! This fellow, Niall Bradley, who watched these events occur and figured this out has a very special kind of mind . . . How many could actually do this? I remember reading that Russian arms were found in Yemen, and I wondered about it, but things were/are moving so fas, I let it slide. The other situations that he mentions were also confusing to me, but this fellow was able to put them together to create a very logical picture of what is quietly happening there . . . interesting — and exiting, isn’t it? Some good news for us who have been waiting a very long time for a break in this nightmare situation . . . Suddenly, Erdogan is being publicly received by NATO and Trump? They’re praying that they can get him back in the fold, but he has just signed on for the pipeline with Russia?

      There is another very long article that I also posted about Trump and the Deep State yesterday – no question he’s one of them, and the sooner we realize it, the better.

      I’m so delighted to answer your questions, Mary, and so delighted you – and I hope others – are slowing down and taking time to digest this stuff. We are entering an amazing time. Today, Sorcha Faal has completely shifted directions and is focusing our attention on California – and it’s all nuts — a distraction from their recent peddling (great info, though)! Good people, writers, etc., are till listening to Dave Hodges who says China is going to attack us. This is pure nonsense – we would be nothing but a deadweight to China, who is entering the new paradigm. This isn’t the old conquer and murder routine that is all the caba knows. China and Russia want us to wake up and re-enter the world, sadder but wiser, and work with them through trade to make the world a better place. There is absolutely nothing in it for them to conquer us!!! But, they aren’t going to ‘save’ us either. Putin, at least, knows that people need to be willing to step to the line to help save themselves. Many, many times I have suggested people watch the video, Crimea, the Way Home, in which this is so clearly demonstrated, right down to the rank and file, who become extremely important in the success of that conflict. I have been sickened by people I know. who call themselves spiritual who say there isn’t anything they can do and so they don’t even bother to inform themselves. . . Have we ever seen anything like the kind of development China is pursuing s demonstrated by the West? Instead, their sick goal is to destroy all such possibilities!

      I see today that James Gilliland i still pushing the Jeff Rense/Catherine Austin Fitts conversation, in which Catherine says Trump is great with ‘real’ economics, something which Trump has never, ever demonstrated – but should have. The facts are that his Resorts were criminal enterprises where drugs, sex, etc. were ‘sold’. He overextended himself financially and at his level of operation this should never have happened. When it did, however, he never had to face the music and learn his lessons! No, he was bailed out by the Rothschilds and Rockefellers. Only God knows who Trump really is, because what we get to see is really a creation of others! He’s an empty suit, just like Obama, but ith a very different personality.

      Excuse me for going on, Mary, . . . but this is what I have determined, and everyone is free to disagree with me. Please, though, just give me facts to back up your interpretations of them.

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