Theodore Roosevelt once said that behind the official government an unvisible one is pulling the strings. We now use the term „deep state“ which comes from the Turkish system where shadow governments have a long tradition. The failed coup against Prime Minister Erdogan in July showed what „deep state“ can be capable of – in this case also a vital sign from „Gladio B„, the new name under which NATO’s secret armies continue to exist as FBI-whistleblower Sibel Edmonds puts it.
Whether the Trump Presidency will really make important changes depends on its capability of handling the „deep state“. „America’s next president will inherit more than a bitterly divided nation teetering on the brink of financial catastrophe when he or she assumes office. He will also inherit a shadow government, one that is fully operational and staffed by unelected officials who are, in essence, running the country“, wrote
He explained: „The first shadow government, referred to as COG or continuity of government, is made up of unelected individuals who have been appointed to run the government in the event of a ‚catastrophe.‘ The second shadow government, referred to as the Deep State, is comprised of unelected government bureaucrats, corporations, contractors, paper-pushers, and button-pushers who are actually calling the shots behind the scenes right now.“ A historical example for COC or shadow government is Operation Valkyrie, a conspiracy against Adolf Hitler where an existing COC plan was used to covertly plan Hitlers assassination and the takeover of Germany.
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The beaten establishment fights on both sides of the Atlantic against President-elected Donald Trump: there are demonstrations in the US funded by George Soros and petitions on Soros-supported platforms everybody could sign adressing f.e. the Electoral College. The media – better called the war propaganda machine – play a key role in the U.S. as well as in Europa, and so do social media. When you are familiar with crowds chanting „no border – no nation“ in Europe (which really means give the state up) wearing the rainbow flag and communist symbols videos and pictures from the U.S. seem like a flash back.
And when critical interviewers try to ask these people why they hate trump the same strange collection of phrases comes as reply as we know when folks are against government and for „refugees“ (illegal immigrants) „welcome“. Very often each kind of political fact-based discussion is denied, either in the streets, at debate meetings, press conferences or in the net. Together with the function of media as part of a war machine it seams clear that a generation of political analphabets falsely claim to be political thinkers and relies completely on the filter bubble it lives in. From the world’s perspective a few days of Donald Trump as President-elected have done more for peace than eight years of Obama presidency. Trump and Putin can and will cooperate on a fair and equal base as both are clever strategists (see this German analysis).
Trump is framed by the propaganda machine (the „echo chamber“ as John Pilger puts it) like Vladimir Putin or the Hungarian President Viktor Orban, who was the first European leader to congratulate him. There is always a set of negative habits and features to draw an image which should distract the audiences‘ attention from hard facts: lunatic, arrogant, narcistic, crazy, unreasonable, unexperienced, unfit to serve – and of course homophob, racist, misogynist, right wing populist. When it comes down to political positions it turns out Trump has more „leftist“ offers for the working class (as Mr. Orbans party Fidesz as a Hungarian MP told me recently). When portrayed as dark as possible, the inhibition level is dramatically sinking to wish someone you don’t know personally the worst possible – which explains all these death threats to Trump.
Women are mobilized ageinst Trump
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Es ist fast unmöglich, der erwachenden Bevölkerung klarzumachen, dass „die“ Politik nicht per se schlecht ist, sondern massiver Druck auf alle ausgeübt wird, die ihre Ämter verfassungsgemäß ausüben wollen. Außerdem kommen zunehmend Personen in Funktionen, die den Anforderungen nicht gewachsen sind, aber Fähigeren sowohl den Platz wegnehmen als auch davon ablenken, wie mit denen umgegangen wird, die etwas auf dem Kasten haben.
An der Oberfläche „mächtig“ erscheinen auch Spitzenmanager etwa im Bank- und Versicherungswesen, die mitunter auf sich aufmerksam machen, indem sie dem auf ihnen lastenden Druck durch Selbstmord entgehen. Solange es nur um Gehälter, um Dienstwägen, um nach außen eingenommene Rollen geht, wird die Gesellschaft nicht erkennen, was für sie und für jene Personen auf dem Spiel steht, die in ihren Funktionen angeblich wirklich gestalten können. Wer sich über Methoden informieren will, mit denen „Systemfehler“ zur Räson gebracht werden, kann sich z.B. gute Videos auf Youtube ansehen.
Der ehemalige „Economic Hit Man“ John Perkins
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