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There can be no doubt that the USA has just experienced a coup, not unlike the Revolution that created the Soviet Union, helped along by the Antifa and BLM protestors, and of course many of the supporters of the Democrat Party.

 

Whilst the true purpose (for the Elite) is to have absolute control over the people, the people supporting this new system imagine this will benefit them in some way. But how?

 

Communism appeals to some people, mainly those who have no ambition or skills to achieve success on their own. They like the idea of playing what they consider an “important role” in this new system, maybe wearing a uniform or receiving medals for being obedient citizens and experiencing real “power” over others for the first time in their lives.

 

Of course, the story is less romantic in real life, as most former communists will tell you. You will not be able to protest in the streets, looting will result in long prison terms and black people will not have the same respect they have witnessed in recent times. You will be told what you can read or watch (that is already happening), free speech or comments will be illegal (the MSM have already started this with censorship). Now that you have played your part in the coup, you will become a slave to the system, just like everyone else and there is NOTHING you can do about it.

 

In time, those who were praying for a Biden victory (by any means) will soon understand that the system that existed before was much better (not perfect, but better!) These same people will be complaining about how unfair the new laws are and wondering why they have not been rewarded for their criminal assistance, but how can you trust a political party that uses illegal tactics to gain power? Look at Pelosi, she is a Biden supporter and even though she holds the third most powerful political position in the USA, they are looking to get rid of her already. If they can treat her in that way, how safe are the other ‘helpers’?

 

I feel sure that if all the votes were examined carefully (or there is a new election that is monitored correctly), Trump would be the winner. However, the list of people supporting the coup (MSM, Social Media, Google etc.) is almost endless, what chance does anyone have of beating that? Biden’s supporters should remember this when they get tired of being slaves.  

 

This is also perhaps a warning to other countries, especially the UK.

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2 hours ago, Ian Brockwell said:

There can be no doubt that the USA has just experienced a coup, not unlike the Revolution that created the Soviet Union, helped along by the Antifa and BLM protestors, and of course many of the supporters of the Democrat Party.

 

This is also perhaps a warning to other countries, especially the UK.

 

The british government is already in bed with the chinese commmunist party and is involved in the 'one belt one road' scheme. Here the british government is sending taxpayers money to china instead of boosting british business and industry who could produce goods themselves:

Almost £1BILLION of British taxpayers' cash has been spent on coronavirus PPE from China – including form Wuhan

  • The Government signed almost 90 contracts worth £900million with China 
  • Subsequent contracts are set to send that figure soaring to a cool £1billion
  • Gowns, gloves and aprons were bought from the Communist superpower 
  • Life-saving ventilators acquired from Wuhan itself, where Covid-19 originated
  • Critics have slammed the figure which came as China faces increased scrutiny 

By Jemma Carr For Mailonline

Published: 08:54, 8 November 2020 | Updated: 09:03, 8 November 2020

Taxpayers have forked out nearly £1billion on Chinese PPE supplies - including some ventilators from Wuhan. The Government signed almost 90 contracts worth £900million with China as ministers scrambled to adapt to the lightning-fast spread of the virus earlier this year, analysis has revealed. Subsequent contracts - which are yet to be made public - are set to send that figure soaring to a cool £1billion. Gowns, gloves and aprons were bought from the Communist superpower -  with some life-saving ventilators acquired from Wuhan itself, where Covid-19 is believed to have originated. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8926043/Almost-1BILLION-British-taxpayers-cash-spent-coronavirus-PPE-China.html

 

 

 

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I seem to remember Britain ordering a few million masks earlier in the year from China, which were not suitable for use? I don't know if they all arrived and were discarded, or they are the cheap masks we see on sale in many supermarkets. Either way, somebody made a lot of money from the deal.

 

Maybe, because China own a big chunk of the USA, they have done a deal that involves getting rid of the debt in exchange for the country (USA) becoming communist? I certainly believe that the covid virus was taken from the US and released by the Chinese in Wuhan.

 

It is almost impossible to know exactly what all the 'Elite' plans are (or why) for our future, except that they are not good!

 

Maybe we should all start to learn Chinese, just in case that will be a compulsory requirement in the years ahead? 😷 😠

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48 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

I cant fathom this obsession with Trump... Both sides work for the same handlers

That's true. I think Trump thought he could do whatever he wanted when he was elected in 2016, but quickly realised that wasn't the case. Normally, they prefer a President who knows their limitations (like Bush Jr and now Biden), but Trump didn't want to always follow the "rules" of the game as he was supposed to..

 

I think we need leaders, but not the one's we are usually offered. Generally, the public are afraid to try something different and their ability to choose a political party is limited to a choice of two (Democrat/Republican, Conservative/Labour etc), because they don't understand that they are both controlled by the same people (who like to give the public an illusion of choice)

 

This method of controlling the public has existed for thousands of years, even though the public have always had the power to change their fate (but always afraid to use it). Maybe one day things will change, but not in my lifetime.

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3 hours ago, Ian Brockwell said:

I am 100% sure there was fraud in the US election, just as I am sure 9/11 was an inside job. However, as obvious as it seems, proving it is another matter, as Trump will discover (unfortunately)

Small possibility he pay actually reveal all..

2 hours ago, Ian Brockwell said:

That's true. I think Trump thought he could do whatever he wanted when he was elected in 2016, but quickly realised that wasn't the case. Normally, they prefer a President who knows their limitations (like Bush Jr and now Biden), but Trump didn't want to always follow the "rules" of the game as he was supposed to..

 

I think we need leaders, but not the one's we are usually offered. Generally, the public are afraid to try something different and their ability to choose a political party is limited to a choice of two (Democrat/Republican, Conservative/Labour etc), because they don't understand that they are both controlled by the same people (who like to give the public an illusion of choice)

 

This method of controlling the public has existed for thousands of years, even though the public have always had the power to change their fate (but always afraid to use it). Maybe one day things will change, but not in my lifetime.

 

Trump was different slightly. He was honest at times and seemed to speak on top of his head. The media didn't shit on him all the time for no reason. He was a threat not a big threat but I believe he was a threat somehow. Maybe he was uncovering things that he wasn't suppose to know?
 

We'll never know...

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1 hour ago, Ian Brockwell said:

Very likely. I think Trump would like to reveal more, but probably has been reminded (many times) of what happened to JFK when he tried to change the system?

 

 

Maybe he knew stuff before he went into it, and thats why he stood in the first place. Thought he had enough dirt on them. We shall see.

I definitely think there was some kind of well planned operation going on in the early hours of the morning of November 4th regarding ballot boxes. Not looking good for the Constitution, if thats the case. And not a single lamestream media outlet covering such a huge story. 

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8 hours ago, northern star said:

And not a single lamestream media outlet covering such a huge story

Whilst there was clearly something happening to the votes, Trump needs his legal team to check this without delay (I believe they are starting today?)

 

As for the media, they are an absolute disgrace! It's as if every one of them have had their lives threatened if they dare release any information supporting Trump. There is certainly a story to be told about the voting figures and of course the Hunter Biden story, but they are not talking (only censoring).

 

Maybe the public should boycott the media and any company that advertise with them, that will hurt them in their most vulnerable spot......their pockets!

 

Control of the press, banks and film industry is a dangerous thing (in a limited number of hands). This happened more than 80 years ago and a little guy with a strange moustache appeared to change it. Do these people never learn from their mistakes?

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Here is a document that tries to explain the Trump Phenomenon:

 

The following analysis deals with the question of how to explain the hitherto conspicuously negative coverage of the Trump presidency by traditional Western media. It is shown that none of the usual explanations – the alleged incompetence of Trump, an alleged “left-wing bias” of the media, audience ratings or the particular interests of influential lobbies – is valid.

Rather, the negative reporting appears to be due to geostrategic aspects and the (threatened) role of the Council on Foreign Relations as the most influential geopolitical body in the United States. Western media coverage also shows clear parallels to the coordinated media activity in the context of previous regime change operations in other countries.


Background and attempts at explanation

According to a Harvard study, traditional Western media have so far reported predominantly in a negative tone on the Trump presidency: in total, 80% of all non-neutral media reports were negative (87% in the New York Times, 93% on CNN, and 98% on German ARD).

In order to explain this uniquely negative reporting, four possible variants are generally discussed, none of which, however, is conclusive, as the following analysis shows:

  1. Trump is an unsympathetic and incompetent politician on whom the media must report critically: This thesis fails because about 50% of US voters obviously did not see it that way. But even if the assessment is correct: the US had previous Presidents with questionable qualifications, which were just as benevolently reported on as some dubious foreign politicians allied to the US. In addition, the same media have reported on the same Trump mostly positively in the past.
  2. The media in the US and in Europe are “left-wing” and therefore reject the conservative Trump: This statement contradicts the positive coverage of former Republican presidents and Republican competitors of Trumps. Moreover, according to the Harvard study, even conservative media such as Fox News tended to report critically (52%) on Trump, contrary to widespread belief.
  3. Influential lobbies, such as the arms, oil or finance industries or the “Israel lobby”: This explanation is not convincing either, because none of these quite influential groups has reason to complain about Trump: Trump has always advocated rearmament of the U.S. military and NATO and concluded historic arms deals with allies such as Saudi Arabia. In addition, he made the CEO of oil giant Exxon Mobil his foreign minister and committed himself to the promotion of fossil fuels. Moreover, he brought numerous Wall Street bankers and billionaires into his cabinet and promised more support for Israel and a possible recognition of Jerusalem as capital.
  4. Viewer and reader ratings that may be achieved through scandals: The polarizing Trump has always ensured high ratings. However, this applies to any kind of reporting on him, by no means only a negative one. In addition, the observed reporting undoubtedly pursues political and not only media-economic goals.

Obviously none of these variants can conclusively explain the predominantly negative reporting. The real reason may well lie deeper – and be of a geopolitical nature: Trump’s nationally oriented, “isolationist” policy got in the way of the global ambitions of the US Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

As pointed out in an earlier article, the bipartisan Council on Foreign Relations and its now nearly 5,000 members in top positions in politics, business, academia and the media have shaped US foreign policy for decades. Yet the Council’s strategists have never made a secret of the fact that the goal is to establish a global, geoeconomic empire under American leadership (the Grand Area Strategy).

 

The “Trauma of 1920”

In fact, the CFR was founded in the first place because of the so-called “trauma of 1920”: After the First World War, the USA could have taken over the global leadership role for the first time – but the Senate decided against joining the League of Nations and the war-weary population elected President Warren Harding, who promised a “return to normalcy” and wanted to take care of the affairs and problems of America and the Americans first.

With his “America First” policy – which has so far resulted in the cancellation of the transatlantic and transpacific trade agreements and the Paris Climate Agreement, the blockade on migration issues, the policy of understanding with regard to challenger Russia and a change of course in the Middle East, among other things – Trump reactivated this century-old geostrategic trauma and at the same time questioned the geopolitical leadership role of the Council and its members.

In fact, Trump may well be the first U.S. president since World War II who is not a CFR member or at least CFR-compliant (Kennedy left the geopolitical CFR consensus only during his presidency). This was made possible by the unexpected defeat of Hillary Clinton, whose husband and daughter are Council members and who, as Secretary of State, herself delivered various speeches to the Council (“progress reports” according to a Wikileaks email).

It is understandable that the Council had to react to this debacle. It should be recalled that owners, executives and top journalists of almost all major US media are also CFR members. For historical and security policy reasons, the key figures of the major European media are also embedded into the Council’s international network via the Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission, the “Atlantic Bridge” and other CFR offshoots, ensuring that reporting and commentary are CFR compliant.

It is not surprising that this historically unique transatlantic media network – which already supported countless regime changes and military interventions in other countries – was once again activated to ward off the “usurper” Trump or – after his election victory – to convert him – or else to overthrow him.

“A great moment”

This also explains why during the first one hundred days of Trump’s presidency, despite all the negative headlines, there were two events that received almost unanimous positive coverage in CFR-compliant media on both sides of the Atlantic: the appointment of H.R. McMaster as National Security Advisor on February 20, 2017, and the (illegal) cruise missile attack on Syria on April 7, 2017. Some of the headlines at that time were as follows:

  • On the appointment of McMaster: “Trump’s brilliant choice of McMaster”(CNN); “a leading intellectual within the military”(New York Times); “the US and the world are safer because of this decision”(The Atlantic); “an excellent choice”(John McCain); “a decorated and highly respected graduate of the military academy West Point”(ARD); “Trump earns praise”(Der Spiegel); “moderate and of moral integrity” (Sueddeutsche); “a general who suits everyone”(Die Zeit);
  • On the attack on Syria: “The European press praises Donald Trump, some even celebrate him” (DPA); “Trump did the right thing for once” (Press); “A necessary punishment for Asad” (NZZ); “The professionals take command” (Handelsblatt); “The surprising transformation of the US President” (Die Welt); “Syrian air strike crowns successful week for Trump”(New York Post); “A Syrian thanks Trump”(CNN)

Why these two notable exceptions? With the appointment of McMaster, Trump – after his predecessor Michael Flynn was dismissed due to pressure from the media – brought a CFR member into a key position in his cabinet for the first time. The Council – which since the Second World War has provided almost all foreign, defense and finance ministers, national security advisers and CIA directors (see chart above) – thus achieved a first important victory.

And the missile attack on Syria – based on a dubious “poison gas attack” – was a decidedly imperial move, with which Trump followed the long-standing CFR strategy towards Syria and Russia for the first time. CNN top journalist and Trump critic Fareed Zakaria even said at the time that Trump (only) “became President of the United States that night”:

“I think that was a great moment. Trump realized that the U.S. president must act and enforce international norms. For the first time he spoke about international norms and rules and about America’s role in enforcing justice in the world. It’s the kind of rhetoric we expect from American presidents since Truman, but Trump deliberately never used it, either in his campaign or in his inauguration speech. So this was an interesting transformation and a kind of education for Donald Trump.”

Zakaria had to know, because he is not only a CNN journalist – but also a member of the board of the Council on Foreign Relations as well as a member of the Trilateral Commission and a regular participant of the Bilderberg Conference. However, this “transformation and education” of Trump only lasted for a short time, which is why the CFR-compliant media soon returned to their criticism of Trump.

“Murder in the White House, for example”

Finally, the role of the CFR also explains the unusually aggressive reporting of European media, which otherwise tends to be US compliant. European governments and media do not follow the respective US president – who is only in office for a few years anyway – but rather the CFR that has directed the worldwide American Empire for decades. This decisive difference, however, only became significant and visible to the public with Trump, as the President and the Council were no longer in line for the first time.

Had Trump been a CFR-compliant candidate from the outset, the very same journalists who now criticized him would probably have praised him as a “visionary entrepreneur,” a “pragmatic negotiator,” and a “steadfast leader of the free world,” regardless of his character weaknesses. However, in this case Trump would probably not have been elected US President in the first place.

Now, however, the Council, with its concentrated media power, must try to bring President Trump on the CFR course. If this does not succeed, the only remaining option would be to remove him from office by means of a real or staged scandal. Otherwise, the scenario that Josef Joffe, editor of German DIE ZEIT and former member of the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission, already anticipated in the ARD Press Club, could occur: “Murder in the White House, for example”.

Trump, for his part, tries to circumvent and undermine the Council’s media empire via new and social media – with both sides accusing each other of spreading “fake news”. The Council reacted to this with various campaigns to ward off (allegedly Russian, i.e. geopolitical) “disinformation” as well as with restrictions on social media and even search engines – which by no means only affects Trump supporters. None of this is astonishing, of course, since the leaders of Google, YouTube, Facebook & Co. are CFR members themselves.

In the coming years it will become clear whether this geostrategic power struggle will ultimately herald the end of the unified opinion in the media, or rather the end of freedom of opinion.

***

Postscript 1: On August 18, 2017, Trump’s strategy chief, Stephen Bannon, left the U.S. government. The New York Times wrote about Bannon the day before in an article:

“From Afghanistan and North Korea to Syria and Venezuela, Mr. Bannon argued against military threats or the deployment of American troops in foreign conflicts. () Bannon’s archenemy in the White House was [National Security Advisor and CFR representative] General McMaster, the leader of what Bannon called the “globalist empire project”– a cross-party foreign policy consensus that emphasizes active American involvement around the world. Mr. Bannon flatly rejects this philosophy.”

Mr. Bannon’s resignation was unanimously welcomed by CFR-compliant media on both sides of the Atlantic and of all political orientations. Three days later, Trump and McMaster announced the expansion of the war in Afghanistan.

Postscript 2: On April 9, 2018, H.R. McMaster was replaced as National Security Advisor by John Bolton. Bolton is also a member of the CFR and has a much more aggressive policy towards Iran, in particular.

 

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On 11/8/2020 at 4:36 PM, Ian Brockwell said:

I seem to remember Britain ordering a few million masks earlier in the year from China, which were not suitable for use? I don't know if they all arrived and were discarded, or they are the cheap masks we see on sale in many supermarkets. Either way, somebody made a lot of money from the deal.

 

Maybe, because China own a big chunk of the USA, they have done a deal that involves getting rid of the debt in exchange for the country (USA) becoming communist? I certainly believe that the covid virus was taken from the US and released by the Chinese in Wuhan.

 

It is almost impossible to know exactly what all the 'Elite' plans are (or why) for our future, except that they are not good!

 

Maybe we should all start to learn Chinese, just in case that will be a compulsory requirement in the years ahead? 😷 😠

They were from Turkey, Useless and corrupt.

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19 hours ago, Scott Kirkland said:

They were from Turkey, Useless and corrupt

Thanks for pointing that out. I must have got confused with another deal made with China (re: Masks) 

 

It has become so normal to see "made in China" on nearly everything, that it has become an almost automatic assumption 😄

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I agree with what some of posted here. Why do people have this obsession with Trump? Along with this mass mind control operation known as Qanon? 

I am amazed of how many have jumped on this including high profile researchers.

 

Stewart and Janet Swerdlow of Expansions, are promoting and following "Q" big time along with promoting Trump being America's saviour. 

While I think some of their health and hyperspace visualisations has value, I have always got bad vibes from them and now I think I know why.

I am not sure what has happened to them over this year, they have become much more radicalised with their religious ideas and supporting the disinformation program of Qanon and Trump. The last time I checked inside their website members area, with Trump not winning, Q must be taking a different path and we must trust the plan. Trump is still going to come out victorious and we must trust him, lol.

 

I see the energy signatures of Q the same as Islamic State and an expression of the dark underworld. Those who promote Qanon specially high level researchers with a large following are its agents.

 

Trump is.a pathological narcissist and he loves it. He loves fooling his followers and could not care less about America. Mr Chaos will not fall alone and he will try to cause as much mayhem as possible.

 

I see Qanon (and even Trump) as a way to discredit alternative thinking and legit conspiracy research. If you create a movement promoting the subjects you want to discredit and that movement does incredibly awful things (Q followers see Trump as their saviour and will not accept his downfall), then not only that group is seen with great hostility but the subject gets seen with great hostility. Therefore anyone else not connected in any way with the group but talking innocently about similar subjects will get hammered with the same brush.

 

Back in July I had a dream of Biden winning the election. At the same time many high profile psychics were claiming Trump would win. I thought if they are wrong it would expose them for disinformation and what force is feeding them such stuff? They even talk as if Trump is dong some good for America., wow!

 

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