Don’t Believe Everything Trump Says
Since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, almost every single headline in the CFR-controlled mainstreams press, the so-called Public Radio, TV news and “progressive” web sites is fully devoted to subtly insinuate — and sometimes not so subtly — that Donald Trump is either unqualified or illegitimate to be the President, or both. What most people have not yet realized is that what we are seeing is actually a carefully planned and executed psychological warfare operation, a PsyWar, whose goal is to unseat President Trump.
Since the days of JFK, no American President has been under such a concerted attack than Donald Trump. Actually —further indication that both attack strategies were conceived at the same place— there is a strong similarity to the attacks on both Trump and Kennedy.
Soon after he was sworn into office, JFK’s enemies launched a coordinated campaign accusing him of being “soft on communism,” and an outright traitor and a commie. The CFR-controlled mainstream press criticism on Kennedy grew to the point in which David Rockefeller himself wrote and article for Life magazine strongly criticizing Kennedy’s economic policies. Even the current stab in the back General Motors recently played on President Trump is highly similar to the stab in the back big steel companies carried out on JFK.
A key leitmotiv in this PsyWar is accusing Trump of being a liar. To prove it, they accuse Trump of saying one thing and doing another quite different thing.
Aside from the fact that U.S. Presidents lying to the American public is nothing new, just remember the lies told by the Bushes, the Clintons and Obama. Now, coming from people who fully supported them, their criticism of Trump is an ultimate form of hypocrisy. On the other hand, I have to confess that sometimes President Trump has confused me. But, seen from a different perspective, who is the fool that tells his enemies in advance about his plans to defeat them? Actually, it is a brilliant strategy to keep your enemies in dark and in a state of confusion.
A side effect of this strategy, however, is that, while confusing his enemies, Trump is also confusing some of his supporters. Nevertheless, his successes show that this is an acceptable price to pay.
I don’t know if Donald Trump has ever read Sun Tzu’s classic book The Art of War, but what he is doing closely follows Tzu’s advice to his generals on how to deal effectively with their opponents. According to Sun Tzu,
“All Warfare is based on deception. Therefore, when capable, feign incapacity; when active, inactivity. When near, make it appear that you are far away; when far away, that you are near. Offer the enemy a bait to lure him; feign disorder and strike him. Anger his general and confuse him. Pretend inferiority and encourage his arrogance. Keep him under a strain and wear him down. When he is united divide him. Attack when he is unprepared; sally out when he does not expect you. “
Nevertheless, Sun Tzu was not the only one who was convinced that telling lies is the best way to confuse your enemy. During the preparations for the upcoming invasion in Normandy, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once said: “In war-time, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies.” Churchill’s strategy worked. The D-Day allied invasion at Normandy took the Nazis by surprise. The meticulously created lies fed to the Nazis convinced them that the true point of the invasion would be Calais and the landing in Normandy was just a diversion. When they realized their error, it was too late.
Perhaps I am wrong, but I have the impression that, most of the times, President Trump uses his apparently nonsensical tweets as carefully fed disinformation to keep his enemies confused and in disarray. Proof of this is that his tactics are working.
So, if sometimes you feel confused about President Trump’s apparently nonsensical sudden changes of opinion, I have some advice for you: Don’t pay attention to what Trump says and focus on what he is doing. If you do that, you will see that very soon a new picture of Trump emerges. This image shows a very pragmatic and qualified President relentlessly fighting the globalist anti-American forces and making a sincere effort to make America great again.
Granted, Donald Trump is not perfect —nobody is. But, as Cuban patriot José Martí once wrote, “ Even the sun has dark spots, but we must focus on the light, not on the spots.”
By the way, adding to the growing opposition to the globalist policies of Prime Minister May in the U.K., Macron in France and Merkel in Germany, the recent victory of Bolsonaro in Brazil  seems to be another headache in the making for the New World Order globalists and their minions. Adding to this, the European Union is dying, and there is a growing opposition in many Latin American countries to the so-called “gender ideology,” which is actually a Trojan horse of the New World Order.
Evidently, the world is awakening. The “deplorables” of the world — as Hillary the Wicca called them — have decided that enough is enough. They are mad as hell and will not take it anymore. The days of the globalist conspirator’s total control over the world is seemingly coming to a catastrophic end.
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- In the back cover of my book Psychological Warfare and the New World Order: The Secret War Against the American People (Oakland: Spooks Books, 2010), I stated it clearly: “America is at war. But it is not a conventional war waged with tanks, battleships and planes on conventional battlefields—at least not yet. It is a secret, insidious type of war whose battleground is the people’s minds. Its main weapons are propaganda and mass brainwashing by disinformation, cunning, deception and lies on a large scale not used against the people of any nation since Nazi Germany. Though important, however, those elements are just part of a series of carefully planned and executed long and short-term psychological warfare operations. In synthesis, it is a psychological war — a PsyWar.” The current PsyWar against President Trump is part of that larger PsyWar.
- The whole story is described in detail in my book Partners in Crime: The Rockefeller, CFR, CIA and Castro Connection to the Kennedy Assassination (Hayward: Spooks Books, 2017), pp. 58-61
- Ibid, pp. 73-76.
- Sun Tzu, The Art of War (New York: Oxford University Press, 1963)
- Ibid., pp. 66-69.
- Some of Trump’s critics from the Right accuse him of not being radical enough: he has not put Hillary in jail or hanged Obama. Moreover, he has not disbanded the Fed, the IRS, the CIA and the DHS. Apparently those critics don’t understand that, had Trump done that at this stage in his presidency, an alleged lone nut with ties to the CIA would have assassinated him, as happened to Kennedy.
- Curiously, the main theme of JFK’s presidency was “Get America moving again.”
- Bolsonaro adds to the list of anti-globalist leaders such Russia’s Putin, Orban in Hungary, as well as potential winners such as Gauland and Weide in Germany, Le Pen in France, Kurz in Austria, Akesson in Sweden, Jansa in Slovenia, Babis in the Czech Republic, Salvini in Italy and Johnson in the U.K.