Some CFR-controlled Republican disinformers are still mentioning the old theory that selecting Trump as the Republican candidate will guarantee Hillary’s victory. Just the opposite, however is true. What Trump is doing is systematically destroying the CFR conspirators’ carefully-conceived deception to guarantee Hillary’s victory.
It is not, as some have speculated, that the GOP establishment hates Trump so much that they prefer Hillary. The Republican plan, which now has become evident, was to elect as a candidate a loser — most likely Cruz – which would guarantee that the CFR’s previously-selected candidate — Hillary — would be elected.
This is nothing new in American presidential politics. This was exactly the role Gore, Kerry, McCain and Romney played in previous elections.
Nevertheless, Donald Trump has single-handedly outshined, outclassed, upstaged, eclipsed, surpassed, outdone, outperformed, beaten, bettered, topped, capped and put in the shade all his enemies, detractors and critics. In one word, he has trumped them!
Even more important, Trump has shown that the seemingly all-powerful globalist conspirators are nothing but a bunch of cowards hiding in the shadows like cockroaches. A single, fearless American has destroyed all their psychological warfare operations that were carefully planned in their think tanks.
Donald Trump has proven that the CFR conspirators are nothing but a paper tiger — a mouse that roared. Now they are suffering defeat after defeat on all fronts, and are staging a disorganized retreat. Their New Gay World Order is falling apart, and they don’t know what to do to avoid the final disaster.
And most of it is thanks to Donald Trump.
Now, do I agree with Donald Trump in everything he says? Of course not.
I don’t agree with Trump’s idea of continuing to use torture against terrorist suspects. In the first place because torture has proven a very inefficient way of extracting information. A person under torture will say anything and confess any crime, to stop the people torturing him.
Moreover, torture is not only inefficient but also illegal, immoral and inhumane. It is also dangerous because it degrades not only the tortured but also the torturer and, once we create the profession of torturer, in order to advance their careers, the torturers will always find ways to find people who deserve to be tortured — which may include you and me.
Like a scorpion, torture will eventually turn against us. That’s why I don’t approve the use of torture on any persons suspected of committing a terrorist act — not even against Bush and Cheney, the main suspects in the 9/11 events.
Another thing that I don’t agree with Trump is his idea that a big fence alone would stop illegal immigration coming from Mexico. The only way to stop illegal aliens coming from Mexico and other countries south of the border is to stop the need of their people to leave their countries by allowing these countries to develop their economies and eventually raising the standard of living of their citizens.
Most of these countries, particularly Mexico, are not only rich in national resources but also have a mass of hard-working, educated people. One reason they cannot develop their economies is because corrupt politicians lead them. The main reason, however, is because they live south of America’s border and the Invisible Government of the U.S. wants to keep them underdeveloped and under its control.
Proof of this is that in 1980, Mexico was poised to fully industrialize and become a developed country, but the CFR globalist conspirators used the IMF to step in to stifle Mexico’s economy. National Security Council advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski (CFR) is quoted as saying that they didn’t want a “Japan south of the border.” The policy proposals which later appeared in U.S. sources, whether “conservative” or “liberal” shared the same basic goals: how to assure the globalist conspirators’ control over Mexican oil, and prevent Mexico from developing as an advanced industrial nation.
What Donald Trump has done is to tear down the house of cards the CFR conspirators built. Trump has effectively taken a wrecking ball not only to the GOP but also to politics as usual. No presidential candidate in American history has ever exposed the inner workings of both the Republican and Democratic National Committees the way Trump has done.
We need to thank Mr. Trump for showing beyond any doubt that both Republicans and Democrats are the two sides of the same corrupt, counterfeited coin.
We need to thank Mr. Trump for forcing the so-called neocons to drop their masks of patriotism and show their ugly faces. It is a disgrace that this bunch of cowards and traitors, most of them CFR members, at some time had considerable influence over U.S. foreign policy.
What truly distinguishes this 2016 campaign season from all the previous ones is that there has been a veritable avalanche of unprecedented disclosures about the corruption and criminality of the CFR-controlled U.S. government. Trump has shown how thieves, criminals and psychopaths have occupied the highest offices in the U.S.
The CFR-controlled administrations of Clinton, Bush I and II, and now Obama, have acted with a degree of lawlessness and impropriety surpassing previous administrations. Donald Trump has shown that the USA is but a shadow of its former self, which explains why most of the American people share his dream of making America great again.
America has sustained irreparable damage and the globalist conspirators infiltrated into the U.S. government are fully responsible for the present state of affairs. They sold their souls to America’s enemies and it is time to clean the Augean stables.
In their frantic attempt to justify the unjustifiable unending wars and launching a new Cold War, the conspirators’ agents in both the Democratic and Republican parties are now trying to convince Americans that Donald Trump is a commie in the closet and an agent of Vladimir Putin. Fortunately, however, a large majority of the American people has awakened and is not buying this lie.
Once Donald Trump is sworn into office and becomes the 45th President of the United States, one of the first things he should is to cut by 50 percent the pay and retirement benefits of generals and admirals of the U.S. armed forces. Though many of them have arguably protected us from our foreign enemies, most of them have failed miserably in protecting us from our domestic enemies. Despite the fact that they took an Oath of Office by which they swore to defend and protect the Constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic, the only two recent generals who have tried to protect us from our domestic enemies are Smedley Butler and George Patton.
So, if they have done only half of the job they were supposed to do, they should get just half of the pay.
In the opening scene to the pilot episode of HBO’s “The Newsroom,” Will McAvoy, played by Jeff Daniels, gives a convincing explanation of why America is not the greatest country of the world anymore. What he fails to say, though, is that America is not the greatest country of the world anymore thanks to the concerted efforts of a small group of globalist conspirators and their agents in both branches of the Repucratic Party, the judiciary and the mainstream press. This explains why all of them fear so much Donald Trump’s plan for making America great again.
It is up to us to help Donald Trump send the globalist conspirators and their minions to the dustbin of history and make America great again.
Servando is the uthor of Psychological Warfare and the New World Order and I Dare Call It Treason, and the DVDs Treason in America and Partners in Treason, all of them available at NewsWithViews.
1. Kissinger-Haig Policy on Mexico Fed on Conservatives, Executive Intelligence Review, March 27, 1979.
2. Far from protecting the Constitution from its domestic enemies, some officers have committed treason by joining the Council on Foreign Relations, an organization that for many years has openly declared its intentions to abolish the Constitution. See Servando Gonzalez, Psychological Warfare and the New World Order (Oakland, California: Spooks Books, 2010), pp. 289-294.
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