[yt_dropcap type=”square” font=”” size=”14″ color=”#000″ background=”#fff” ] O [/yt_dropcap]n a daily basis, with increasing frequency, the various and individual members and agents of the Deep State are being forced to emerge from the shadows, and reveal themselves, in order to desperately save their New World Order vision.
For the better part of the last 70 years, since the end of World War 2, the proverbial U.S. Deep State has gone through several changes/metamorphoses, starting with their initial inception as the literal NAZI intelligentsia, spies, medical doctors, scientists, eugenicists, social engineers, and other parasites of humanity when they were brought over to the United States in Operation Paperclip, in order to continue their surreptitious human rights violating programs under the full protection and aegis of a monied American elite, which desperately wanted to maximize their own personal power by adopting and arrogating unto themselves, the poisonous fruit of the war criminals they brought over from the Third Reich.
Men like Sidney Gottlieb, Werner von Braun, Arthur Rudolph, and more than 15,000 others were immediately given new identities and papers, and put to work in order to develop the Deep State, made up of some elements of the Military Industrial Complex, National Security State, American Police State, corrupt Judiciary beholden to the international bankers and corporations rather than to the U.S. Constitution or American People, and all of the myriad social engineering programs designed to extricate and remove all elements of humanity from their subjugated masses, for ease of control, manipulation, and murder.
But the success of the American Deep State was predicated upon abject secrecy – and although they were infiltrated and interwoven with the Neo-Conservative elements starting in the late 1980s early 1990s, who were really just Trotskyite Communists imported from Soviet Russia, their goals were one and the same – a New World Order, based on fear, intimidation, warmongering, draconian and tyrannical domestic and foreign policy, a deeply ingrained belief in their moral and intellectual superiority, and essentially Luciferian ideals that they were, in fact, Gods on Earth, and could do what they pleased, when and how they wanted.
This also meant taking upon themselves the power to kill and murder anyone at will, in the Luciferian motto of “Deus Meumque Jus,” or “God According To My Right,” whether through indirect “soft kill” methods such as social engineering, corruption, COINTELPRO, gang-stalking or sanctions, or by outright direct murder, warfare, paramilitary operations, terrorism, assassination and murder.
The last election saw President Donald Trump emerge as a product of the American people waking up with a steady stream of real-time news, social media updates from around the world, an interlocking of the world’s people like has never occurred in modern history, and with the awakening of the entire world (and most significantly within the U.S. and Europe), where the shadowy figures within the Deep State proponents of New World Order globalism started to be thrust into the light, to reveal themselves as “Gollum-like” hideous figures that lived, breathed and died by death, destruction, bullying, and supreme arrogance.
However, as the American people started waking up from their slumber at having been sold out and manipulated steadily for the past 70 years, so too did the “useful idiots” and agents of the Deep State begin to wake up, and in so doing many of them began to throw off their shackles of agency and slavery of the bona fide members of the Deep State, often throwing their masters under the bus with countless and relentless intelligence leaks, bloggings, “alternative news media” websites and forums, domestic and international communication, and otherwise bucking the tide and hurling their Deep State masters like an angry horse throwing off an abusive rider digging in his painful spurs.
In a panic, the Deep State is now beginning to realize that “if you want to do it right, you have to do it yourself.”
This means that the Mainstream Media, Twitter, FaceBook, Social Media, and all other mechanisms of communication to the masses have now been heavily deluged by the actual treasonous Deep State actors themselves, or their totally evil but committed Agents who still demonstrate their loyalty (because they know that the truth is now firmly out there), these agents who are craving money, power, drugs, and sex (or are being blackmailed) rather than the welfare of their fellow citizenry or the tenets of the U.S. Constitution and the guarantees of inalienable human and civil rights that it ensures.
So the low-level, ineffective emissaries of the Deep State are slowly being eliminated either because of their general incompetence or because they have refused to carry the water anymore, while others who are willing to reaffirm their “deal with the devil” are rapidly being promoted and exalted.
But if one pays attention, it is now becoming crystal clear, and especially during this time of massive “intelligence investigations” and hearings occurring on Capitol Hill, just who exactly these Deep State bastards really are.
They have a few messages and characteristics which distinguish them from ordinary, patriotic Americans:
(1) an overwhelming desire to start World War 3 by relentlessly attacking, provoking, demonizing, and vilifying otherwise isolated and relatively non-threatening nations such as Russia, Iran, Syria, China, and other nations “not towing the line;”
(2) a deep commitment to financing and galvanizing the “protected classes” with their “identity politics” through their “divide and conquer” schemes to foment division, discord and cacophony, rather than encouraging American solidarity, unity, brotherhood, patriotism, and cohesion;
(3) an alarming hatred of the alternative media, terming it “fake news” when it fails to echo the same canned bullshit as is vomited out of the Mainstream Media news media outlets;
(4) incessant and relentless attacks on President Donald Trump, with the end-game being his de-legitimization, undermining, obstruction, impeachment, or much worse;
(5) an unflappable desire to reinforce and strengthen NATO while absorbing more nations into that NAZI sired behemoth (remember that Hitler’s Army Chief Adolph Heusinger during the NAZI Third Reich eventually also became Chairman of NATO, with the same goals and behaviors carried along with him);
(6) an unshakeable belief in and refusal to audit or abolish the Federal Reserve, or to allow U.S. Government coining of its own nation’s currency;
(7) a deep commitment to the American Stasi-like Police State with its attendant social engineering, manipulation of the judiciary and the courts, and complete and total control over the legislative (Congress and Senate), and if possible, domination and infiltration of the Executive Branch.
So the next time you watch the Mainstream Media, or read a Tweet or social media blog, pay close attention to the statements and positions coming out of the purveyor’s mouth or pen – you might just be looking straight into the eyes, or reading the words of, a bona fide member of the Deep State, and enemy of the inalienable civil liberties and human rights of the American People, as guaranteed by the United States Constitution.
Hardened US and Iranian positions question efficacy of parties’ negotiating tactics
The United States and Iran seem to be hardening their positions in advance of a resumption of negotiations to revive a 2015 international nuclear agreement once Iranian President-elect Ebrahim Raisi takes office in early August.
Concern among supporters of the agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear program which former US President Donald J. Trump abandoned in 2018 may be premature but do raise questions about the efficacy of the negotiating tactics of both parties.
These tactics include the Biden administration’s framing of the negotiations exclusively in terms of the concerns of the West and its Middle Eastern allies rather than also as they relate to Iranian fears, a failure by both the United States and Iran to acknowledge that lifting sanctions is a complex process that needs to be taken into account in negotiations, and an Iranian refusal to clarify on what terms the Islamic republic may be willing to discuss non-nuclear issues once the nuclear agreement has been revived.
The differences in the negotiations between the United States and Iran are likely to be accentuated if and when the talks resume, particularly concerning the mechanics of lifting sanctions.
“The challenges facing the JCPOA negotiations are a really important example of how a failed experience of sanctions relief, as we had in Iran between the Obama and Trump admins, can cast a shadow over diplomacy for years to come, making it harder to secure US interests,” said Iran analyst Esfandyar Batmanghelidj referring to the nuclear accord, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, by its initials.
The Biden administration may be heeding Mr. Batmangheldij’s notion that crafting sanctions needs to take into account the fact that lifting them can be as difficult as imposing them as it considers more targeted additional punitive measures against Iran. Those measures would aim to hamper Iran’s evolving capabilities for precision strikes using drones and guided missiles by focusing on the providers of parts for those weapon systems, particularly engines and microelectronics.
To be sure, there is no discernable appetite in either Washington or Tehran to adjust negotiation tactics and amend their underlying assumptions. It would constitute a gargantuan, if not impossible challenge given the political environment in both capitals. That was reflected in recent days in Iranian and US statements.
Iranian Spiritual Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested that agreement on the revival of the nuclear accord was stumbling over a US demand that it goes beyond the terms of the original accord by linking it to an Iranian willingness to discuss its ballistic missiles program and support for Arab proxies.
In a speech to the cabinet of outgoing President Hassan Rouhani, he asserted that the West “will try to hit us everywhere they can and if they don’t hit us in some place, it’s because they can’t… On paper and in their promises, they say they’ll remove sanctions. But they haven’t lifted them and won’t lift them. They impose conditions…to say in future Iran violated the agreement and there is no agreement” if Iran refuses to discuss regional issues or ballistic missiles.
Iranian officials insist that nothing can be discussed at this stage but a return by both countries to the nuclear accord as is. Officials, distrustful of US intentions, have hinted that an unconditional and verified return to the status quo ante may help open the door to talks on missiles and proxies provided this would involve not only Iranian actions and programs but also those of America’s allies.
Mr. Khamenei’s remarks seemed to bolster suggestions that once in office Mr. Raisi would seek to turn the table on the Biden administration by insisting on stricter verification and US implementation of its part of a revived agreement.
To achieve this, Iran is expected to demand the lifting of all rather than some sanctions imposed or extended by the Trump administration; verification of the lifting; guarantees that the lifting of sanctions is irreversible, possibly by making any future American withdrawal from the deal contingent on approval by the United Nations Security Council; and iron-clad provisions to ensure that obstacles to Iranian trade are removed, including the country’s unfettered access to the international financial system and the country’s overseas accounts.
Mr. Khamenei’s remarks and Mr. Raisi’s anticipated harder line was echoed in warnings by US officials that the ascendancy of the new president would not get Iran a better deal. The officials cautioned further that there could be a point soon at which it would no longer be worth returning to because Iran’s nuclear program would have advanced to the point where the limitations imposed by the agreement wouldn’t produce the intended minimum one year ‘breakout time’ to produce enough enriched uranium for a bomb.
“We are committed to diplomacy, but this process cannot go on indefinitely. At some point, the gains achieved by the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) cannot be fully recovered by a return to the JCPOA if Iran continues the activities that it’s undertaken with regard to its nuclear program…The ball remains in Iran’s court, and we will see if they’re prepared to make the decisions necessary to come back into compliance,” US Secretary Antony Blinken said this week on a visit to Kuwait.
Another US official suggested that the United States and Iran could descend into a tug-of-war on who has the longer breath and who blinks first. It’s a war that so far has not produced expected results for the United States and in which Iran has paid a heavy price for standing its ground.
The official said that a breakdown in talks could “look a lot like the dual-track strategy of the past—sanctions pressure, other forms of pressure, and a persistent offer of negotiations. It will be a question of how long it takes the Iranians to come to the idea they will not wait us out.”
Wendy Sherman’s China visit takes a terrible for the US turn
US Deputy Secretary of State, Wendy Sherman, had high hopes for the meeting in China. At first, the Chinese side did not agree to hold the meeting at all. The reaction had obvious reasons: Antony Blinken’s fiasco in Alaska left the Chinese disrespected and visibly irritated. This is not why they travelled all the way.
So then the State Department had the idea of sending Wendy Sherman instead. The US government actually needs China more than China needs the US. Sherman was in China to actually prepare the ground for Biden and a meeting between the two presidents, expecting a red carpet roll for Biden as if it’s still the 2000s — the time when it didn’t matter how the US behaved. Things did not go as expected.
Instead of red carpet talk, Sherman heard Dua Lipa’s “I got new rules”.
That’s right — the Chinese side outlined three bottom lines warning the US to respect its system, development and sovereignty and territorial integrity. In other words, China wants to be left alone.
The bottom lines were not phrased as red lines. This was not a military conflict warning. This was China’s message that if any future dialogue was to take place, China needs to be left alone. China accused the US of creating an “imaginary enemy”. I have written about it before — the US is looking for a new Cold War but it doesn’t know how to start and the problem is that the other side actually holds all the cards.
That’s why the US relies on good old militarism with an expansion into the Indo-Pacific, while aligning everyone against China but expecting the red carpet and wanting all else in the financial and economic domains to stay the same. The problem is that the US can no longer sell this because there are no buyers. Europeans also don’t want to play along.
The headlines on the meeting in the US press are less flattering than usual. If the US is serious about China policy it has to be prepared to listen to much more of that in the future. And perhaps to, yes, sit down and be humble.
Why Jen Psaki is a well-masked Sean Spicer
When Sarah Huckabee Sanders showed up on the scene as White House Press Secretary, the reaction was that of relief. Finally — someone civil, normal, friendly. Jen Psaki’s entry this year was something similar. People were ready for someone well-spoken, well-mannered, even friendly as a much welcome change from the string of liars, brutes or simply disoriented people that the Trump Administration seemed to be lining up the press and communications team with on a rolling basis. After all, if the face of the White House couldn’t keep it together for at least five minutes in public, what did that say about the overall state of the White House behind the scenes?
But Psaki’s style is not what the American media and public perceive it to be. Her style is almost undetectable to the general American public to the point that it could look friendly and honest to the untrained eye or ear. Diplomatic or international organization circles are perhaps better suited to catch what’s behind the general mannerism. Jen Psaki is a well-masked Sean Spicer, but a Sean Spicer nevertheless. I actually think she will do much better than him in Dancing With The Stars. No, in fact, she will be fabulous at Dancing With The Stars once she gets replaced as White House Press Secretary.
So let’s take a closer look. I think what remains undetected by the general American media is veiled aggression and can easily pass as friendliness. Psaki recently asked a reporter who was inquiring about the Covid statistics at the White House why the reporter needed that information because Psaki simply didn’t have that. Behind the brisk tone was another undertone: the White House can’t be questioned, we are off limits. But it is not and that’s the point.
Earlier, right at the beginning in January, Psaki initially gave a pass to a member of her team when the Politico stunner reporter story broke out. The reporter was questioning conflict of interest matters, while the White House “stud” was convinced it was because he just didn’t chose her, cursing her and threatening her. Psaki sent him on holidays. Nothing to see here folks, move along.
Psaki has a level of aggression that’s above average, yet she comes across as one of the most measured and reasonable White House Press Secretaries of the decade. And that’s under pressure. But being able to mask that level of deflection is actually not good for the media because the media wants answers. Style shouldn’t (excuse the pun) trump answers. And being able to get away smoothly with it doesn’t actually serve the public well. Like that time she just walked away like it’s not a big deal. It’s the style of “as long as I say thank you or excuse me politely anything goes”. But it doesn’t. And the American public will need answers to some questions very soon. Psaki won’t be able to deliver that and it would be a shame to give her a pass just because of style.
I think it’s time that we start seeing Psaki as a veiled Sean Spicer. And that Dancing with the Stars show — I hope that will still run despite Covid.
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