This is all well and good — very good news, indeed: Is there anyone who doesn’t want the deep state gone? I also pray God we will soon get some explanation of America’s go-to-war must-control-the-planet foreign policy, which isn’t addressed here — and very, very much needs to be addressed. I happen to believe this apparent split, which many seem unwilling to look at, is more than likely being used to fool us.
Are we very foolishly going to forgive and forget Trump’s ‘easy-ness’ with war and murdering other innocent human beings? Maybe others can, but I just cannot do that. ~J
Dr. Corsi explains how the three Generals ask Trump to run three years ago, Corsi was ‘in the loop’, that there will be numerous people prosecuted, and that there were at least 40 traitors in the Justice Department, twenty of whom are still there and are making deals and are going to be removed….and much more. The entire electronic media is going to be either drastically changed or regulated. Zuckerberg’s days are numbered. Killary and Obama will be prosecuted for Treason by a Military tribunal along with many others. The Lame Street Media will disappear. A little over 20 minutes…
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Wed, 11 Apr 2018 16:07 UTC
It has been an utterly fascinating day for followers of Donald Trump’s tweets.
The day began with Trump responding in his usual overblown way to a needlessly provocative comment from the Russian ambassador to Lebanon, who is reported to have said that the Russians would shoot down all and every missile the US launched against Syria.
This statement – by a relatively junior ambassador in Russia’s diplomatic hierarchy – goes far beyond what other far more senior Russian officials – notably Russia’s UN ambassador Vassily Nebenzia – have been saying, and is almost certainly untrue.
I have discussed how Russia would respond to a US strike on Syria on numerous occasions.
Briefly, so long as any US strike does not endanger Russian personnel in Syria, or threaten the existence of the Syrian government, or interfere in Syrian army operations against the major concentrations of Jihadi fighters, the Russians will not act to prevent it, though as they showed following the US strike on Syria’s Al-Shayrat air base last year, that does not mean that they will not respond to it at all.
Only if a US strike crosses these red lines have the Russians said that they will take counter-action.
The Russians have spelled out their red lines in Syria on numerous occasions, and I have no doubt the US understands them.
Vladimir Putin for his part however moved quickly to calm the situation, using a meeting with foreign ambassadors at the Kremlin to utter some carefully chosen emollient words
Today, the role of diplomacy and the diplomat has taken on special significance. Indeed, the state of affairs in the world is a cause for concern. The situation in the world is becoming more chaotic, nevertheless we still hope that common sense will eventually prevail, and that international relations will take a constructive course, and the entire world system will become more stable and predictable.
In the meantime, roughly 30 minutes after his first tweet, Donald Trump followed it with a far more conciliatory one
Shortly after there followed an even more conciliatory tweet, one which not only lamented the bad state of relations between the US and Russia, but which – with great justice – put most of the blame for this on the Democrats and the phoney Russiagate scandal
Much of the bad blood with Russia is caused by the Fake & Corrupt Russia Investigation, headed up by the all Democrat loyalists, or people that worked for Obama. Mueller is most conflicted of all (except Rosenstein who signed FISA & Comey letter). No Collusion, so they go crazy!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 11, 2018
What explains this strange behaviour?
The result of Donald Trump’s cluster of tweets is that it is now politically impossible for the US not to launch a strike against Syria. Moreover the political imperative means that this must be done within the next hours or days. . . . Click aticle title to continue reading.
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UPDATE: ‘They can go anywhere they want in Douma’: OPCW team arrives in Syria to investigate alleged attack
SOTT Comment: “At the same time dialogue must continue…” What dialogue? “Tame Moscow”? The whole sham of foreign relations with Russia is looking like a set-up and now Trump has dangerous, myopic, neocon scumbags like Pompeo and Bolton at the helm of crisis policy to guarantee a needless and horrific ‘end’ result. America…are you still clueless?
US President Donald Trump makes his expressive statements on the possibility of a missile strike on Syria because he cannot reconcile himself with the loss of his mercenaries in Eastern Ghouta, Ammar al-Assad, a member of the Syrian Parliament, told Sputnik Arabic, adding that the region was used by the US-led coalition to blackmail Damascus.
There are at least two European nations which remember that when it gets cold in the winter, there is one country they call on to provide the natural gas they need for heating.
President Trump said Thursday that he will be holding another meeting on Syria today, and that he would have a decision “fairly soon.”
UPDATE: Assad ‘highly likely’ responsible for Douma, UK ‘must take action’ – Cabinet after emergency meeting
UPDATE (thanks to a Reader): Germany Together with 190 Other UN Member States, Have No Intention of Attacking Syria. Why Has Britain?
Palestinian Ministry of Health: More than 100 people critically injured by Israeli attack of March of Return protest
. . . but Nikki Haley evidently thinks this is okay? Why is there no talk of bombing the hell out of Israel? There is zero logic in this drive to war!
- How to lose friends and influence people: Nigel Farage breaks with Trump over Syria military intervention plan
- Zakharova to West: Seriously consider consequences of attack on Syria
- Smart move: Vietnam imprisons US-funded operatives engaged in sedition
- ‘Within hours’: May ‘orders British submarines into position’ as UK considers strike against Syria
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The Dark Alliance with Awans has been broken — Paul Ryan leaving: Ryan and McCain helped arm ISIS in Libya and Syria. . . George suggests that with Ryan gone things are now going to open up . . . and maybe this is why the attempt to start a war now has come front-and-center. Hopefully, we can prevent it, and hopefully with George’s patience we can keep these criminals in our government from avoiding prosecution.
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Comment – Thinking Aloud: This article has also blown me away, and I think my views as expressed here do have some value. What I do know for sure is that I’m going to continue watching everything very, very carefully.
If the BIS and the IMF are administered honestly, just like I think the UN needs to be, are they organizations that need to be done away with right now? I’m thinking that they might provide the necessary technological infrastructure to enable a stabile change without driving us back to stone-age chaos as we do our worldwide business. Is it not better to control the Rothschilds banking system (and I think the Rothschilds will be agreeable because of their hope in the future to once again regain control of it), and to make a deal with them to do so, rather than throw out more the more than 20 years of knowledgeable technological infrastructure they have created?
If we can all drop our various emotional responses for a minute and I’m including myself, please consider the idea that it is not these tools that are bad, but that it is the people who have been managing them dishonestly that have to be brought under control — and that goes for the United Nations, as well. If we, as responsible citizens of this planet cannot do this, then we — not the Rothschilds — are to blame.
Do you understand the years of struggle for China and Russia to even get to the point where they are gradually going to remove the dollar as fiat currency? How long has it taken them to establish a parallel (what is the) SWIFT system — and it still is not completely separate from the Rothschild’s. Can you imagine, then, what a nightmare would ensue were they to take down the entire infrastructure that moves money around this planet? I doubt very much that we would survive it.
Before ending this little comment, let me insert a paragraph here about China and Russia and Climate Change. I have said before and I’ll say it again that nothing is all black or white. Many countries are still recovering from their past — often created by the West — as in the destructive Opium Wars Britain used to open up China, and many countries are just not willing to put their cards on the table in order to avoid payback when they least want it.
I believe China has opted for Monsanto, and Russia has not. (Russian grain could possibly feed the entire planet.) I have never heard that either China or Russia are chem trailing their people, and I have mentioned here the many good things the Chinese, who understand fully The Mandate of Heaven, are doing for their people. If we were China or Russia, is it not likely that we would join the climate treaty to avoid the harassment that would come for sure from the West if we did not do so?
While I very much do think my thoughts have value, I’m not saying they are correct, or aren’t modifiable. What I’ve learned to do with such thoughts is to watch and over time see if they have any validity. I invite you, then to watch with me and consider them as you read this article:
There is a mass delusion in the mainstream created I think in large part by too much exposure to move fantasy and TV fiction. It is an immediate assumption; one that I believe is far more dangerous than many people give it credit for. The assumption is that the next great war, should it occur, will inevitably be a nuclear one, and the doom surrounding it will end everything as we know it.
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The bottom line is this: Russia and China are in full support of globalist controlled institutions like the Bank for International Settlements (the central bank of central banks) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The governments of both nations have called for the IMF to assert their Special Drawing Rights basket currency framework as a foundation for a new world reserve currency system. Again, both Russia and China want the IMF, a globalist controlled entity, to become the de facto ruler of a new global monetary structure.
This call for a complete world monetary shift has not been taken as seriously as it should have been, primarily because mainstream economists argue that there is no alternative to the highly liquid U.S. dollar. This is no longer true, though.
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