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Prof Sutton has traced the role of wall street bankers in the creation of not only the soviet state but also the nazi nationalist socialist state

 

We also know about 'spy rings' that were acting as go betweens between the west and the USSR over the 'iron curtain'. It seems the cabal was playing both sides all along.

 

James Corbett has made some good clips about how china is part of the NWO and we certainly see them being the test bed of technocratic technologies such as facial recognition and social credit scores. Yet we see trump stirring a trade war with china while provocatively sailing warships into what china perceives to be its backyard along with arming taiwan which china also sees as part of its territory despite its pro-US leanings

 

Could the cabal be creating a new phoney cold war with china where they will play both ends against the middle again? Or could they be stoking an actual hot war like they did with the bolsheviks and nazis?

 

Nazi Nation

By Gareth Icke

 

Forget about Russians stealing the election. Democrats and Never Trump neocons are pushing the Nazi angle, or the white nationalist or supremacist angle to discredit the Orange Narcissist. They insist he is a card-carrying racist wandering the halls of the White House vested in a white sheet, muttering threats against carpetbaggers, scalawags, LGBTQ, QUILTBAG, GSRM, and MOGAI persons. If you watch CNN, you will discover the hatred is palpable. 

Of course, any self-respecting Nazi naturally hates and wants to harm Jews, but this side of the Trump Nazi configuration is missing. 

Trump loves the Jews. He loves Israel. He’s buddies with Bibi Netanyahu. His son-in-law is an Orthodox Jew (and his daughter converted) in deep support of fanatical Jewish settlers, the kind that destroys olive groves, floods Palestinian crops with raw sewage and runs down Palestinian kids when they are encountered on the road. 

On Wednesday, Trump tweeted:
— Real Donald Trump (@realDonaldTrump Aug 21st 2019

Donald Trump, King of Israel, loved by the Jews of Israel. He moved the US embassy to Jerusalem, said the Golan and the West Bank are Israel’s to do with whatever it pleases (namely, ethnically cleanse and establish Jewish-only settlements). In Petah Tikvah, they named a roundabout after Trump. For Zionist Jews, Trump is the best president ever. It’s almost like he’s the president of Israel.

According to a University of Maryland poll:

Israeli Jews’ love for the U.S. president. Fifty-nine percent of Jewish Israelis have a favorable opinion of the president, including more than 70 percent of Haredi Jews and non-Haredi religious Jews. Even among secular Israeli Jews, 45 percent have favorable views of Trump, and 30 percent have unfavorable views.

This love fest is muddying the white supremacist waters. How can Trump be a self-respecting Nazi and white supremacist if he loves and is loved in return by Israeli Jews? Of course, this “love” is conditional, based on a continuation of money confiscated from witless American taxpayers flowing into Israel along with a lot of high-tech weapons to keep the “holy land” a Jewish-only state.

Here’s the problem. When Trump-haters say “Nazi,” they’re referring to a Hollywood generated version of a Nazi. Few understand what a real Nazi is, let alone a fascist. Cognitive dissonance resonates. The word is nothing but a weakly understood pejorative dragged out whenever somebody disagrees with somebody else over largely irrelevant political issues (while far more serious problems fester in the shadows).

Most fail to realize fascism is corporatism and the real fascists are sitting on the boards of transnational corporations and international banks. They fund the DNC-RNC (two heads of a hydra state) and corporatist foundations fund many leftist and progressive organizations.

Donald Trump isn’t a Nazi, a fascist, or even nationalist. He’s a malignant narcissist and a crony capitalist previously neck-deep in corruption and shady business deals.

But none of this matters. The narrative is set in stone. Trump, the deplorables, the RNC, conservatives, libertarians—all are Nazis. Reality does not enter into the equation. Fantasy is spun by the propaganda media. All Donald needs to do now is grow the appropriate mustache.

So look for a lot of Nazi nonsense in the months ahead. Get ready for congressional hearings on white nationalism, more deplatforming, more Antifa attacks, and possibly more mass shootings attributed to Nazis, white supremacists, Proud Boys, Norse rune symbol tattoo psychopaths posting rambling manifestos on 8chan, and a host of cartoon villains featured between adverts for prescription drugs on CNN-MSNBC-CBS, etc.

Of course, on the day a handpicked Democrat steps into the White House, all this Nazi business will evaporate. Nazis were not an issue when Obama was president, although the SPLC and ADL obsessively set off fire alarms warning about white nationalist terrorists.

 

https://www.davidicke.com/article/550657/nazi-nation

 

CHINA: THE KEY TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER -- James Corbett

 

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the central bank ran a 2nd economy along side the gold standard before dropping the gold standard.

trump is now running a 2nd economy along side the feds fiat system ready to drop that.

the tariffs are needed to strengthen the change over now that trump has removed all the globalist trade deals for bilateral ones.

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TRUMP, THE ECONOMY, THE DEEP STATE

 
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Apple, Nike and Levi are among the companies that make things outside of the USA.

When Trump puts tariffs on Levi Jeans made in China, this hurts the American citizen who finds that the Levi jeans have gone up in price.

It also hurts Levi, who may sell fewer jeans to Americans.

50% or more of the US imports from China are imports from US companies.

What Globalism Did Was To Transfer The US Economy To China by Paul Craig Roberts,

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US governments have neglected the US economy.

US governments have neglected "US manufacturing and industrial capability and associated innovation, research, development, supply chains, consumer purchasing power, and the tax base of state and local governments."

What Globalism Did Was To Transfer The US Economy To China by Paul Craig Roberts,

Americans, unemployed or employed in lower paying jobs, have been losing the power to purchase goods made in America, or even the offshored goods.

According to Paul Craig Roberts, "President Trump is helpless to do anything about it."

What Globalism Did Was To Transfer The US Economy To China by Paul Craig Roberts,

Bernie Sanders says: "millions of people have got to stand up and take on the corporate interests, the billionaire class, the 1 percent and tell them that in this country our economy and our government belong to all of us and not just wealthy campaign contributors."

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Merryn Somerset Webb, in the Financial Times, points out some of the problems with the world economy -

1. Crony capitalism

2. Global oligopolies (global monopolies)

3. Lack of local democracy

4. Low interest rates and huge debt

5. Unbalanced economies

6. Government interference.

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Trump is interested in what?

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One of Trump's professors at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School reportedly said that Trump was 'the dumbest gdamn student I ever had.'
 
Dumb people love Trump?

1. Trump does not talk about the steady stream of job losses in the retail sector.

2. Trump was going to revive the coal industry.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there has been no coal revival.

That Carrier plant in Indiana has laid off 600 people.

A former union leader calls Trump a 'Con Man' and 'Liar' as Carrier Lays Off 215 More Workers.

That Trump economic boom? It's mostly hype.
 
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Donald Trump a Robber BaronIn the USA, the labor force participation rate for 'prime age' workers between 25 and 54 years old remains below its 2007 level, which in turn was below its 2000 peak.

3. In 2013, under Obama, the US stock market rose 30 percent.

At the beginning of February 2018, the Dow plunged 666 points.

4. Trump is "allowing corporations a freer hand to mistreat their employees, pollute the environment, and screw over consumers."

That Trump economic boom? It's mostly hype.
 
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Trump is unlikely to help the ordinary Americans.
 
1. The child poverty rate in the United States is extremely high by international standards.

2. Americans are in much worse health than most Europeans and have lower life expectancy than most Europeans.

3. Many American cities  continue to suffer from disinvestment and population decline.

4. Alone among wealthy countries, the United States has millions of citizens who can't afford health insurance.

Trump's State of the Union: No solutions for the country's problems - Vox.

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5. In the USA, the labor force participation rate for 'prime age' workers between 25 and 54 years old remains below its 2007 level, which in turn was below its 2000 peak.

6. The murder rate appears to have risen slightly again in 2017.

Trump's State of the Union: No solutions for the country's problems - Vox.
 
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Donald Trump has signed an executive order to keep Guantánamo Bay open.

"The Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 were followed by increasing income inequality and the worst financial crisis since the 1930s."

"Donald Trump plans to reduce taxes on the rich, make bankers richer, boost real-estate speculation, spend more on the military, borrow more and put Goldman Sachs in charge of the economy."

Trump's rich-first economic policy
 
Below is what we wrote earlier:
 
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Donald Trump is the Deep State.

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Trump was chosen by the Deep State at least 15 years ago.

The US elections were rigged in order to put Trump into power.

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Trump supporter Michael Ledeen, who was involved in Iran-Contra. Michael Ledeen, Gladio and 9 11.
 
Trump is supported by a number of billionaires, including:
 
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1. Peter Thiel, the  cofounder of PayPal, is a top supporter of Donald Trump.

Thiel is listed as a member of the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Group.[70] 
 
He participated in every conference between 2007 and 2016.
 
Thiel grew up in an evangelical Christian household. 
 
In 2007, Gawker published an article on Thiel, outing him as gay.[61]

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2. Sheldon Adelson, of the Las Vegas Sands Casino is backing Trump.

Billionaires Supporting Donald Trump for President

3. Woody Johnson, heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, is backing Trump.

4. Carl Icahn, the activist investor, is backing Trump.

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5. Tom Barrack, the billionaire private equity veteran, is supporting Trump.

6. Stephen Feinberg, of private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management, is supporting Trump.

7. Steven Mnuchin, the hedge fund manager, serves as Trump’s chief fundraiser and as head of his national finance committee.

8. Robert Mercer, the hedge fund manager, is supporting Trump.

9. T. Boone Pickens, the Texas oil baron, is supporting Trump.

10. Stanley Hubbard, the media mogul, is supporting Trump.

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11. Darwin Deason, the tech entrepreneur, is supporting Trump.

12. Wilbur Ross, chairman and CEO of WL Ross & Co., is supporting Trump.

13. Andrew Beal, of Beal Bank, is supporting Trump.

14. John Paulson, who made his fortune betting against the housing market before its collapse, is supporting Trump.

Billionaires Supporting Donald Trump for President

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Some very powerful people are supporting Trump, including:

Michael Ledeen, who was involved in the Iran–Contra affair, and reportedly in Operation Gladio .[17] Michael Ledeen, Gladio and 9 11.

Rudolph Giuliani - mayor of New York on 9-11.

John Ashcroft, 79th United States Attorney General (2001–05)[1] Attorney General on 9-11.

John R. Bolton, 25th United States Ambassador to the United Nations (2005–06)[3]

Dick Cheney, 46th Vice President of the United States (2001–09) and 17th United States Secretary of Defense (1989–93)[4]

Edwin Meese, 75th United States Attorney General (1985–88)[5]

Dan Quayle, 44th Vice President of the United States (1989–93)[7]
 
Donald Rumsfeld, 13th and 21st United States Secretary of Defense (1975–77, 2001–06)[8]

Jerry Falwell Jr. has been one of Trump’s staunchest backers.

And, Donald Trump had former CIA chief James Woolsey as an adviser.

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Trump's supporters in the military include:

William G. Boykin, ret. 3-star General, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (2002–07)[10] He helped advise Attorney General Janet Reno regarding the stand-off at Waco, Texas, between the Federal Government and the Branch Davidians.[1] He was the commanding general, United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, Fort Bragg.

Michael T. Flynn,[a] ret. 3-star General, Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (2012–14) [11]

Jeffrey D. Gordon,[a] Pentagon spokesman (2005–09)[12]

Joseph E. Schmitz,[a] Inspector General (2002–05)[13]

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Secord.

Richard Secord, Major General[226] He was involved in the Iran-Contra affair.

William E. Thurman, Lieutenant General[10]

Jay Garner, Lieutenant General[224]

Bert Mizusawa, Major General, Deputy Director for Strategic Initiatives, Joint Chiefs of Staff[229]

Crosbie E. Saint, General, Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Europe/Commander, Central Army Group (1988–92)[10]
 
Sidney Shachnow, Major General, a Holocaust survivor[10]

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Paul E. Vallely, Major General, 351st Civil Affairs Commander (1982–86), Deputy Commanding General, Pacific Command, Military Committee Chairman for the Center for Security Policy[232].

Vallely is a supporter of the Jerusalem Summit organization and an advocate of the organization's proposal to "relocate"/"resettle" Palestine and the Palestinian people to surrounding Arab countries as a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Vallely co-authored a 1980 paper with then PSYOP analyst Michael Aquino entitled From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory. 

Vallely blasted allegations of detainee abuse at Guantanamo as "myths of the left-wing press".

Jerome L. Johnson, Admiral, Vice Chief of Naval Operations (1990–92)[236]

Jerry L. Unruh, Vice Admiral, Commander of the Third Fleet (1992–94)[10]

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News Corpse.

Trump has had a lot of supporters in the media world, including:

Rupert Murdoch who decided to back Donald Trump.

Murdoch - owner of The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and the New York Post - suggested in March that the Republican Party coalesce around Trump.

Roger Ailes, former Chairman and CEO of Fox News Channel, media consultant to presidential campaigns of Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush[419]
 
Conrad Black, Canadian-born British former newspaper publisher, convicted fraudster, author and member of the House of Lords [381]

Eric Bolling, commentator, co-host of The Five and Cashin' In on Fox News[382]

Ann Coulter,[a] political commentator and writer[384]

Bo Dietl, Fox News commentator[387]

Lou Dobbs,[a] television personality, author, radio host and host of Lou Dobbs Tonight on Fox Business[389]

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Pamela Geller

Pamela Geller, political activist and commentator[393]

Katie Hopkins, newspaper columnist and TV personality[395]

David Horowitz, conservative writer, founder and president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and editor of FrontPage Magazine[16]

Paul Johnson, journalist, historian, speechwriter and author[396]

Andrew Klavan, novelist, screenwriter and columnist for The Daily Wire[399]

Lawrence Kudlow, conservative commentator, economic analyst, television personality, newspaper columnist and host of the The Kudlow Report.[17]

Michael Ledeen, foreign policy analyst, and writer.[17]

David Limbaugh, conservative American political commentator and author[400]

Michelle Malkin, blogger, political commentator, and author[401]

Piers Morgan, journalist and television personality, writer for the Daily Mail[405]

Melanie Phillips, newspaper opinion columnist[406]

Norman Podhoretz, neoconservative pundit, former adviser to the U.S. Information Agency (1981–87), and writer for Commentary[407]

Michael Scheuer,[a] former CIA intelligence officer, blogger, author, political analyst, and former Chief of the Bin Laden Issue Station[408]

Cal Thomas, conservative syndicated columnist, pundit, author and radio commentator[414]
 
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Andrew Breitbart (left) Larry Solov (right of Breitbart) and Netanyahu. Andrew Breitbart died in mysterious circumstances at the age of 43. Solov now runs 'Breitbart News' as a pro-Netanyahu website.
 
Netanyahu 'controls Trump and Breitbart'.

The Ties That Now Bind Trump to Netanyahu and Breitbart.

In 2015, Breitbart News opened its bureau in Jerusalem.
 
Breitbart's President and CEO Larry Solov has written that Breitbart's transformation into a media empire began in Israel in 2015.
 
In 2015, Breitbart News opened its bureau in Jerusalem. 
 
Larry Solov's visit to Israel was financed by pro-Israeli hasbara (Israeli propaganda) groups. 

Breitbart News was "founded by Jews, is largely staffed by Jews, and has an entire section dedicated to reporting on and defending the Jewish state of Israel," Breitbart's Jewish CEO Larry Solov announced.

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Stephen Bannon, was Breitbart executive chairman, and became the Chief Executive of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. [2] He holds a master's degree in National Security Studies from Georgetown University, which has been linked to the CIA. Bannon is a former a Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations.[9] After his military service, Bannon worked at Goldman SachsBannon became an executive producer in Hollywood. 

Donald Trump hired Breitbart News's executive chairman Steve Bannon as his campaign manager.
Trump is 'in' with the top people.

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The World Knowledge Forum is a Bilderberg-style group which meets to discuss world problems.
 
Among those involved are:
 
Donald Trump
Alan Greenspan 
Colin Powell 
Condoleezza Rice 
Maurice Strong 
Tony Blair
Lawrence Summers 
Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Supranational Society: NGOs and the Top 400 people

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Jeffrey Epstein's little black book contains the names of:

Donald Trump
Ehud Barak
Sir Evelyn de Rothschild

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Rahm Emanuel, Donald Trump, Ari Emanuel
 
Donald Trump donated to Rahm Emanuel's mayoral campaign; and Donald Trump employed Rahm Emmanuel's brother Ari as his agent...
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3 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

thats very nwo sacking an neocon warmonger.

 

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and he has been replaced by another neocon war monger who is on the board of the anti-islamic  CEntre for Security Policy.

 

These guys are pretty nuts and fully on board with the "holy war"  "clash of civilizations"

 

all Trump has done is replace a HIGH PROFILE anti-muslim neocon fanatic with a LOW PROFILE anti-muslim neocon fanatic.

 

Probably a PR move. The Trumptards will eat it up like the fools they are.

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20 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

thats very nwo sacking an neocon warmonger.

 

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Trump will not win in 2020 unless the opposition runs a moonbat candidate, or a third party manages to draw a large number of left leaning Americans, not likely.

My rationale is that Trump has alienated libertarians who tend to be anti-war as well as anti-neocon plus has really angered the left.  I even know Democrats who voted for him who will not do it a second   Trump will say anything.  People who are frustrated by excessive globalization naturally fell for his lies.  He has proven himself to be unfit for the position.

 

I voted for him, but I promise I will not again.  I am not alone. 

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