February 11, 2017, News UPDATE

UPDATE: Neocons Use Ukraine To Reverse Trump Plan and Wage Global War, by Joachim Hagopian . . . When I read this I was hit in the gut with the non-stop lies these people are willing to tell about this country. It must be their desperation! Are they now turning their efforts for war towards the Ukraine? What other choices are left to them? 

!!! Trump’s ties to the past and the resurrection of the Left, by James Petras . . . the only thing not included here is the proxy battle being fought on both sides for Yemen. The results of this if positive, I think, will be planet-changing and planet-freeing. People will begin to breathe again and move forward.

!!! !!!From New World Order To Hazy Global Disorder, by Wayne Madsen, Zerohedge

Iran – Trump’s Evil State №1 To Be, by Jean Perier, NEO . . . After detailing all the ugly words abut Iran flying from the mouths of the Trump Administration, Jean Perier asks the operative question, a question only Naill Bradley so far seems to have answered:

Trump has been consistently criticizing Tehran in a pretty harsh manner. His position on Iran is primarily determined by the fact that Trump is one of the most pro-Israeli US presidents in recent decades, so his position on Iran is virtually identical to the views expressed by Israel, and it would be an understatement to say that Tel Aviv hates Tehran. If Barack Obama in the final years of his presidential career was searching for ways to lift anti-Iranian sanctions, even if it was putting Washington on the collision course with its traditional allies in the Middle East (particularly with Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar), Trump feels the urge to return the former status quo.

How else can one explain Trump’s anti-Iranian sentiments?

Trump tells Iraqi PM Abadi that US will expand combat forces in his country . . . so the Iraqi PM ‘got told’ . . . It seems there can be no subtlety here: things are moving too quickly — against him, and Trump can no longer dissemble, even for American consumption . . He’s plainly continuing the efforts of the previous Administration to take control . . . of everything.

“President Trump emphasized the buildup of the United States military,” the readout said on Friday. “President Trump also congratulated Iraqi forces on their recent progress in Mosul [and] thanked Prime Minister Abadi for his leadership.”

Moreover, Trump and Abadi discussed the threat they believed that Iran presented to the entire Middle East region, the White House noted. 

Geneva peace talks may be derailed – UN Syria envoy . . . note that France and the UN are notably corrupt, and I believe Syria is not considered to be a part of this Geneva process.

The current situation in some parts of Syria could possibly torpedo the peace process and the upcoming talks in Geneva, the United Nations’ special envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura said.

“The situation in Eastern Ghouta, which is a town not far from Damascus, potentially threatens the ceasefire and the upcoming Geneva talks,” de Mistura said after meeting with French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault in Paris, as cited by RIA Novosti.

Nuance added to Trump’s pro-Israel approach ahead of Netanyahu’s visit

[…] While any strategy is still far from complete, there is growing consensus in the White House that tackling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could require gentle nudging of Israel together with assurances to the Arab world that Trump will be more even-handed than his campaign rhetoric suggested. “This is a case where campaign promises run head-on into geopolitical reality and they have to be adjusted accordingly,” said a U.S. official, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Sott Comment: Oh please! Unless there is a ‘tremendous’ carrot, a ‘terrific’ carrot, Israel will need a lot more than ‘gentle nudging!’

Netanyahu positions himself as Trump’s war broker in Middle East, Video: Crosstalk It seems from recent articles that most people are still trying to figure out the strong warlike  ‘hate Iran’ line that is coming from Trump. . . but the situation is moving quickly in the Middle East — and just maybe Trump finds he isn’t in charge of it.

‘Syria-bound Russian jets using Iran airspace’

A senior Iranian official says Russian warplanes are using the Islamic Republic’s airspace for anti-terror operations in Syria.

US Commander John Nicholson: Fight against Taliban in Afghanistan is a stalemate . . . again, a complex situation, and we’re given little clarity on it. Sott helps us out: 

Sott Comment: With ISIS in Afghanistan, a cooperation has arisen between Russia and the Taliban to eliminate this threat (not, as stated, to undermine the US and NATO!). Russia has asked the US for help. Is Trump serious in his intent to partner with Russia and go after ISIS if it means working with the Taliban?

Australia in ‘suspended reality’ between rising China & hegemonic US 🙂 hard to believe!

Sott Comment: The ascension of Donald Trump to the US Presidency has introduced an additional element of uncertainty to the conduct of world affairs. Judging from Mr Trump’s rhetoric, and some of his initial executive orders, such as withdrawing the US from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), the proverbial cat has been set among the geopolitical pigeons.

The Australian government appears to have been completely unprepared for the Trump Presidency, and even less so by his decision to scrap American participation in the TPP. The political response has been one of denial, insisting that the TPP could proceed, and even more extraordinarily, suggesting that China and Indonesia could take the place of the departed Americans.

The Reason The Elite Hate Trump So Much: He Is Opposed To The One World Agenda Of The Globalists, by Michael Snyder, Zerohedge . . . Is Michael really saying what I think he is saying?

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 PressTV – Headlines that too often note a lack of reality-based thinking, or insanity 🙂

Ecological threats loom amid rising Calif. reservoir, damaged spillway at tallest US dam 

[…[ Rising levels of Northern California’s Lake Oroville, a reservoir contained by the Oroville Dam, the largest dam in the US, led to severe erosion of a paved spillway that helps divert overflow water into the Feather River behind the dam.

On Tuesday, a chunk of the spillway collapsed, sending mud and debris into the river, as officials with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) temporarily ceased the overflow route to inspect the problem. Yet flows had to continue as the reservoir continued to rise. The section of collapsed spillway has grown to more than 200 feet wide and 30 feet deep, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. If the reservoir continues to balloon, authorities say they will have to use an emergency spillway, which is essentially a nearby wooded hillside.

[…] The DWR says the public is not currently at risk, as the US Army Corps of Engineers has said the main dam is sound.

“None of this emergency we have now is affecting the integrity of the dam itself,” said Bill Croyle, deputy director of the DWR. “I think that’s important … there’s no risk to the public.”

U.S. Fingerprints on Attacks Obliterating Yemen’s Economy . . . this article was not always ‘available – ?’ to me, so I’ve printed a good deal of the story.

The Saudi-led coalition is hitting civilian targets, like factories, bridges and power stations, that critics say have no clear link to the rebels. In the rubble, the remains of American munitions have been found.

SANA, Yemen — For decades, Mustafa Elaghil’s family produced snack foods popular in Yemen, chips and corn curls in bright packaging decorated with the image of Ernie from “Sesame Street.”

But over the summer, a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia sent warplanes over Yemen and bombed the Elaghils’ factory. The explosion destroyed it, setting it ablaze and trapping the workers inside.

The attack killed 10 employees and wiped out a business that had employed dozens of families.

“It was everything for us,” Mr. Elaghil said.

The Saudi-led coalition has bombed Yemen for the last 19 months, trying to oust a rebel group aligned with Iran that took control of the capital, Sana, in 2014. The Saudis want to restore the country’s exiled president, Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who led an internationally recognized government more aligned with its interests. 

But instead of defeating the rebels, the campaign has sunk into a grinding stalemate, systematically obliterating Yemen’s already bare-bones economy. The coalition has destroyed a wide variety of civilian targets that critics say have no clear link to the rebels.

It has hit hospitals and schools. It has destroyed bridges, power stations, poultry farms, a key seaport and factories that produce yogurt, tea, tissues, ceramics, Coca-Cola and potato chips. It has bombed weddings and a funeral.

The bombing campaign has exacerbated a humanitarian crisis in the Arab world’s poorest country, where cholera is spreading, millions of people are struggling to get enough food, and malnourished babies are overwhelming hospitals, according to the United Nations. Millions have been forced from their homes, and since August, the government has been unable to pay the salaries of most of the 1.2 million civil servants.


A patient at Al-Salam Hospital in Amran, Yemen. The effects of the war are seen everywhere in the country.CreditTyler Hicks/The New York Times

Publicly, the United States has kept its distance from the war, but its decades-old alliance with Saudi Arabia, underpinned by tens of billions of dollars in weapons sales, has left American fingerprints on the air campaign.

Many strikes are carried out by pilots trained by the United States, who fly American-made jets that are refueled in the air by American planes. And Yemenis often find the remains of American-made munitions, as they did in the ruins after a strike that killed more than 100 mourners at a funeral last month.

Graffiti on walls across Sana reads: “America is killing the Yemeni people.”

President-elect Donald J. Trump has not said whether he will continue United States support for the war, but has been very critical of Saudi Arabia, saying it does not “survive without us.” At a rally in January, he said Iran was “going into Yemen” and was “going to have everything” in the region, but he did not clarify how he would respond.

The sweeping destruction of civilian infrastructure has led analysts and aid workers to conclude that hitting Yemen’s economy is part of the coalition’s strategy. continue

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 One final video  — from David Icke that I published at the end of December, as I began to try to figure out President Trump. While I don’t expect you to listen to it in entirety — a few minutes will give you the idea, at the time I found it extremely instructive as to the spiritual reasons we elected such a leader — and like most people, I continue to be grateful that we didn’t elect Hillary, or I think we might already be in a war . . .

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11 Responses to February 11, 2017, News UPDATE

  1. lecox says:

    The stuff that is happening in Yemen is so sick that I couldn’t even comment on it yesterday after reading about it. All the focus has been on Syria and in the U.S. Yemen has hardly been covered at all. All this is of some concern to the company I work for because we do business with Saudi Arabia and the UAE and some other countries in that region. We even have an assembly plant there. Our products help them regulate and protect their electric power grid, and also the power they use in some of their oil fields. The services we provide to them directly concern the general welfare of their populations, while having only marginal impact on politics and military matters. We’d very much like peace in the region, as would so many other groups, large and small.
    What David Icke said after our election contains a lot of speculation, but he makes a valid point. Our political systems don’t really have that much power to control the course of history. More influential actors operate through our political systems, as well as all our other social systems, to try to get done what they want to get done. This is the way it has always been, as far as I know. What many of us are indignant about (if that’s the right word) is simply that those influential persons or groups choose to operate in secret and that it is so difficult for us to learn their secrets.
    I believe there are some who would find the whole arrangement quite acceptable if they only knew what it actually was. The majority, though, would probably find it totally unacceptable because it is so criminal. It is easy to run government as a criminal enterprise because on the one hand you have the power to tax, which gives you an unearned income stream, and on the other hand you have control of the military so that your power to tax can be enforced. Some think that all governments have always been basically criminal organizations, and they may be correct about that. However, such governments fall apart rather quickly, as they tend to leave the general population so poorly cared for. But even as “revolutions” take place, and new people are put “in power” the true pullers of the strings seldom if ever come to view. So they simply move in to suborn the replacement leaders and continue with their plans.
    For anyone truly interested in a real change, this is a very difficult situation. As any obvious opposition begins to arise, it is spotted by the controllers and swatted down through their influence in government, business, religion and academia. Thus the only way to dethrone the controllers is to make no noisy outcry against them, to assemble no obvious opposition groups, but yet to plan and carry out an effective operation to remove them from power. To participate in such a group, one must be able to read between the lines, to see what the group intends to do without ever fully stating it. If such a group ever comes to the attention of the real controllers, they will tend to dismiss it as insignificant. And that reaction may be such a group’s only protection. I must say that from my experience being a member of such a group, it is a bit nerve-wracking. I don’t however, see any other strategy having any chance of working.
    Does Trump’s team know this? I have no clue.

  2. Tracy says:

    Evening Jean, I’m scanning the articles of today and thought to look up the following (if anyone in the know would care to explain, notice the “source”) ~ http://www.deagel.com/country/Yemen_c0205.aspx; Looks like they Yemen are listed as #91 (unsure of the date of record), here ~ http://www.deagel.com/country/?pag=4&sort=GDP&ord=DESC — Is it only me or does it seem Yemen is yet another country genocide of their people? (via manufactured war); & what is the so called U.N. & other global nations doing to speak out against these crimes or offer help to the people? My heart aches for ALL of our Earths family, this madness must stop.

    • Jean says:

      If you read the article I suggested, you will see the great importance of Yemen in this conflict, and you will come to understand that Russia , China, and Iran have now decided to fight a proxy war against the United States to win Yemen’s freedom and to stabilize the Middle East. I beleive that Trump is now waking up to this fact and because of it many of his ‘at home’ plans for the United States will have to go out the window. Russia/China/Iran intend to force the United States out of the Middle East, and they realize they can do it without having to enter an atomic conflagration. . . I hope this is helpful, and thanks for this info, . . . on which I hope others will follow up. Hugs, ~Jena

  3. Helene says:

    just watched David Icke’s latest vid another great one, expresses what I’ve been saying for some time that the left-right paradigm is false don’t cooperate in a system which does not have your best interests at heart

  4. Helene says:

    an article re Yemen: http://www.trueactivist.com/yemeni-journalist-poisoned-after-investigating-oil-company-and-government-corruption/#.WJ9ssOfOMkI.twitter also someone or someones called “Donald Washington” posting indictable info on reddit since last night re Clinton crimes their associates it’s a global money-laundering enterprise to enrigh themselves poison everyone else child trafficking etc.

  5. Captain says:

    While the world is occupied with politics and games of the tyrannts, the Earth is continuing to make its changes. Nature is evolving, and yet the humans are failing to keep up. This perhaps may be a sign of something up-coming? Russia seems to think so, if this is correct: Largest “Whale Sentinel” Beaching In Human History Prompts Russian Navy Evacuation — http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2234.htm

    • Jean says:

      Thanks, Captain. I had a look at this, and I think there may be some truth to it, but I don’t have a clue what it might be. . . What I do know – and had brought to my attention again by the Drunvalo article is that the insanity will continue to increase as we get closer to the shift inteself, which I believe we are seeing, and there are going to be changes for us all . . . Thanks and hugs, ~Jean

  6. Captain says:

    There is a side to the refugee/illegals/muslim invasions US News overlooks. Its always about the money (or the votes). http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/29/unholy-alliance-christian-charities-profit-1-billion-fed-program-resettle-refugees-40-percent-muslim/
    The report seems to omit the Lutheran Services, and Wisconsin and Michigan which have major problems (not being reported) with muslims in particular.

    Also Neten-a*** is scheming for something. He is currently up on charges overseas. Maybe he’s trying to haggle his way out of it. He’s not one to be trusted, and I hope Trump is just toying with him, as Trump knows of Israel’s involvement in 9/11 bombings of the three WTC buildings in NYC. https://mainerepublicemailalert.com/2017/02/11/netanyahu-to-release-evidence-of-washington-pedophile-ring/

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