A “color revolution” is under way in the United States

A “color revolution” is under way in the United States

This article was written for the Unz Review: http://www.unz.com/tsaker/a-color-revolution-is-under-way-in-the-united-states/

A Russian joke goes like this: “Question: why can there be no color revolution in the United States? Answer: because there are not US Embassies in the United States.

Funny, maybe, but factually wrong: I believe that a color revolution is being attempted in the USA right now.

Politico seems to feel the same way.  See their recent cover:

While I did predict that “The USA are about to face the worst crisis of their history” as far back as October of last year, a month before the elections, I have to admit that I am surprised and amazed at the magnitude of struggle which we see taking place before our eyes.  It is now clear that the Neocons did declare war on Trump and some, like Paul Craig Roberts, believe that Trump has now returned them the favor.  I sure hope that he is right.

Let’s look at one telling example:

US intelligence agencies are now investigating their own boss!  Yes, according to recent reports, the FBI, CIA, National Security Agency and Treasury Department are now investigating the telephone conversations between General Flynn and the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyk.  According to Wikipedia, General Flynn is the former

  • Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
  • Chair of the Military Intelligence Board
  • Assistant Director of National Intelligence
  • Senior intelligence officer for the Joint Special Operations Command.

He is also Trump’s National Security Advisor.  In other words, his security clearance is stratospherically high and he will soon become the boss of all the US intelligence services.  And yet, these very same intelligence services are investigating him for his contacts with the Russian Ambassador.   That is absolutely amazing.  Even in the bad old Soviet Union, the putatively almighty KGB did not have the right to investigate a member of the Communist Party Central Committee without a special authorization of the Politburo (a big mistake, in my opinion, but never mind that).  That roughly means that the top 500 members of the Soviet state could not be investigated by the KGB at all.  Furthermore, such was the subordination of the KGB to the Party that for common criminal matters the KGB was barred from investigating any member of the entire Soviet Nomenklatura, roughly 3 million people (and even bigger mistake!).

But in the case of Flynn, several US security agencies can decide to investigate a man who by all standards ought to be considered at least in the top 5 US officials and who clearly has the trust of the new President.  And that does not elicit any outrage, apparently.

By the same logic, the three letter agencies might as well investigate Trump for his telephone conversations with Vladimir Putin.

Which, come to think of it, they might well do it soon…

This is all absolutely crazy because this is evidence that the US intelligence community as gone rogue and is now taking its orders from the Neocons and their deep state and not from the President and that these agencies are now acting against the interests of the new President.

In the meantime, the Soros crowd has already chosen a color: pink.  We now are witnessing the “pussyhat revolution” as explained on this website.  And if you think that this is just a small fringe of lunatic feminists, you would be quite wrong.  For the truly lunatic feminists the “subtle” hint about their “pussyhat revolution” is too subtle, so they prefer making their statement less ambiguous as the image on the right shows.

This would all be rather funny, in a nauseating way I suppose, if it wasn’t for the fact that the media, Congress and Hollywood are fully behind this “100 days of Resistance to Trump” which began by a, quote, “queer dance party” at Mike Pence’s house.

This would be rather hilarious, if it was not for all gravitas with which the corporate media is treating these otherwise rather pathetic “protests”.

Watch how MCNBS’s talking head blissfully reporting this event:

Listen carefully to what Moore says at 2:00.  He says that they will “celebrate the fact that Obama is still the President of the United States” and the presstitute replies to him, “yes he is” not once, but twice.

What are they talking about?!  The *fact* that Obama is still the President?!

How is it that Homeland Security and the FBI are not investigating MCNBC and Moore for rebellion and sedition?

So far, the protests have not been too large, but they did occur in various US cities and they were well covered by the media:


Make no mistake, such protest are no more spontaneous than the ones in the Ukraine.  Somebody is paying for all this, somebody is organizing it all.  And they are using their full bag of tricks.  One more example:

Remember the pretty face of Nayirah, the Kuwaiti nurse who told Congress that she had witnessed Iraqi soldiers tossing our babies from Kuwaiti incubators (and who later turned out to be the daughter of Saud Al-Sabah, the Kuwaiti ambassador to the United States)?  Do you remember the pretty face of Neda, who “died on TV” in Iran?  Well, let me introduce you to Bana Alabe, who wrote a letter to President Trumpand, of course, the media got hold of the latter and now she is the “face of the Syrian children”.

Want even more proof?

Okay, click here and take a look at a sampling of anti-Trump caricatures and cartoons complied by the excellent Colonel Cassad.  Some of them are quite remarkable.  From this nauseating collection, I will select just two:

The first one clearly accuses Trump of being in the hands of Putin.  The second one make Trump the heir to Adolf Hitler and strongly suggests that Trump might want to restart Auschwitz.  Translated into plain English this sends a double message: Trump is not the legitimate President of the USA and Trump is the ultimate Evil.

This goes far beyond the kind of satire previous Presidents have ever been subjected to.

My purpose in listing all the examples above is to suggest the following: far from having accepted defeat, the Neocons and the US deep state have decided, as they always do, to double-down and they are now embarking on a full-scale “color revolution” which will only end with the impeachment, overthrowal or death of Donald Trump.

One of the most amazing features of this color revolution against Trump is the fact that those behind it don’t give a damn about the damage that their war against Trump does to the institution of the President of the United States and, really, to the United States as a whole.  That damage is, indeed, immense and the bottom line is this: President Trump is in immense danger of being overthrown and his only hope for survival is to strike back hard and fast.

The other amazing thing is the ugly role Britain plays in this process: all the worst filth against Trump is always eventually traced back right to the UK.  How come?  Simple.  Do you recall how, formally at least,  the CIA and NSA  did not have the right to spy on US nationals and the British MI6 and GCHQ had no right to spy on British nationals.  Both sides found an easy way out: they simply traded services: the CIA and NSA spied on Brits, the MI6 and GCHQ spied on Americans, and then they simply traded the data between “partners” (it appears that since Obama came to power all these measures have now become outdated and everybody is free to spy on whomever the hell they want, including their own nationals).  The US Neocons and the US deep state are now using the British special services to produce a stream of filth against Trump which they then report as “intelligence” and which then can be used by Congress as a basis for an investigation.  Nice, simple and effective.

The bottom line is this: President Trump is in immense danger of being overthrown and his only hope for survival is to strike back hard and fast.

Can he do that?

Until now I have suggested several times that Trump deal with the US Neocons the way Putin dealt with the oligarchs in Russia: get them on charges of tax evasion, corruption, conspiracy, obstruction of justice, etc.  All that good stuff which the US deep state has been doing for years.  The Pentagon and the Three Letter Agencies are probably the most corrupt entities on the planet and since they have never been challenged, never mind punished, for their corruption they must have become fantastically complacent about how they were doing things, essentially counting on the White House to bail them out in case of problems.  The main weapon used by these circles are the numerous secrecy laws which protect them from public and Congressional scrutiny.  But here Trump can use his most powerful card: General Flynn who, as former director of the DIA and current National Security Advisor to the President will have total access.  And if he doesn’t – he can create it, if needed by sending special forces to ensure “collaboration”.

However, I am now beginning to think that this might not be enough.  Trump has a much more powerful weapon he can unleash against the Neocon: 9/11.

Whether Trump knew about it before or not, he is now advised by people like Flynn who must have known for years that 9/11 was in inside job.  And if the actual number of people directly implicated in the 9/11 operation itself was relatively small, the number of people which put their full moral and political credibility behind the 9/11 official narrative is immense.  Let me put it this way: while 9/11 was a US “deep state” operation (probably subcontracted for execution to the Israelis), the entire Washington “swamp” has been since “9/11 accomplice after the fact” by helping to maintain the cover-up.  If this is brought into light, then thousands of political careers are going to crash and burn into the scandal.

9/11 was a collective crime par excellence.  A few men actually executed it, but then thousands, possibly tens of thousands, have used their position to execute the cover-up and to prevent any real investigation.  They are ALL guilty of obstruction of justice.  By opening a new investigation into 911, but one run by the Justice Department and NOT by Congress, Trump could literally place a “political handgun” next to the head of each politician and threaten to pull the trigger if he does not immediately give up on trying to overthrow Trump.  What Trump needs for that is a 100% trusted and 100% faithful men as the director of the FBI, a man with “clean hands, a cool head and a burning heart” (to use the expression of the founder of the Soviet Secret Police, Felix Dzerzhinsky).  This man will immediately find himself in physical danger so he will have to be a man of great personal courage and determination.  And, of course, this “man” could be a woman (a US equivalent of the Russian prosecutor, Natalia Poklonskaia).

I fully understand that danger of what I am suggesting as any use of the “9/11 weapon” will, of course, result in an immense counter-attack by the Neocons and the deep state.  But here is the deal: the latter are already dead set in impeaching, overthrowing or murdering Donald Trump.  And, as Putin once said in an interview, “if you know that a fight is inevitable, then strike first!”.

You think that all is this over the top?  Consider what is at stake.

First, at the very least, the Trump Presidency itself: the Neocons and the US deep state will not let Trump implement his campaign promises and program.  Instead they will sabotage, ridicule and misrepresent everything he does, even if this is a big success.

Second, it appears that Congress now has the pretext to open several different congressional investigations into Donald Trump.  If that is the case, it will be easy for Congress to blackmail Trump and constantly threaten him with political retaliation if he does not “get with the program”.

Third, the rabid persecution of Trump by the Neocons and the deep state is weakening the institution of the Presidency.  For example, the latest crazy notion floated by some politicians is to “prohibit the President of the United States from using nuclear weapons without congressional authorization except when the United States is under nuclear attack.”  From a technical point of view, this is nonsense, but what it does is send the following signal to the rest of the planet: “we, in Congress, believe that our Commander in Chief cannot be trusted with nuclear weapons.”  Never mind that they would trust Hillary with the same nukes and never mind that Trump could use only conventional weapons to trigger a global nuclear war anyway (by, for example, a conventional attack on the Kremlin), what they are saying is that the US President is a lunatic that cannot be trusted.  How can they then expect him to be take seriously on any topic?

Fourth, can you just imagine what will happen if the anti-Trump forces are successful?!  Not only will democracy be totally and terminally crushed inside the USA, but the risks of war, including nuclear, will simply go through the roof.

There is much more at stake here than just petty US politics.

Every time I think of Trump and every time I look at the news I always come back to the same anguished thought: will Trump have the intelligence to realize the fact that he is under attack and will he have the courage to strike back hard enough?

I don’t know.

I have a great deal of hopes for General Flynn.  I am confident that he understands the picture perfectly and knows exactly what is going on.  But I am not sure that he has enough pull with the rest of the armed forces to keep them on the right side should a crisis happen.  Generally, “regular” military types don’t like intelligence people.  My hope is that Flynn has loyal allies at SOCOM and JSOC as, at the end of the day, they will have the last say as to who occupies the White House.  The good news here is that unlike regular military types, special forces and intelligence people are usually very close and used to work together (regular military types also dislike special forces).  SOCOM and JSOC will also know how to make sure that the CIA doesn’t go rogue.

Last but not least, my biggest hope is that Trump will use the same weapon Putin used against the Russian elites: the support of the people.  But for that task, Twitter is simply not good enough.  Trump needs to go the “RT route” and open his own TV channel.  Of course, this will be very hard and time consuming, and he might have to begin with an Internet-based only channel, but as long as there is enough money there, he can make it happen.  And, just like RT, it needs to be multi-national, politically diverse (including anti-Empire figures who do not support Trump) and include celebrities.

One of the many mistakes made by Yanukovich in the Ukraine was that he did not dare to use the legal instruments of power to stop the neo-Nazis.  And to the degree that he used them, it was a disaster (like when the riot cops beat up student demonstrators).  After listening to a few interviews of Yanukovich and of people near him during those crucial hours, it appears that Yanukovich simply did not feel that he had a moral right to use violence to suppress the street.  We will never now if what truly held him back are moral principles of basic cowardice, but what is certain is that he betrayed his people and his country when he refused to defend real democracy and let the “street” take over replacing democracy with ochlocracy (mob rule).  Of course, real ochlocracy does not exists, all mobs are always controlled by behind-the-scenes forces who unleash them just long enough to achieve their goals.

The forces which are currently trying to impeach, overthrow or murder President Trump are a clear and present danger to the United States as a country and to the US Federal Republic.  They are, to use a Russian word, a type of “non-system” opposition which does not want to accept the outcome of the elections and which by rejecting this outcome essentially oppose the entire political system.

I am not a US citizen (I could, but I refuse that citizenship on principle because I refuse to take the required oath of allegiance) and the only loyalty I owe the USA is the one of a guest: never to deliberately harm it in any way and to obey its laws.  And yet it turns my stomach to see how easy it has been to turn millions of Americans against their own country.  I write a lot about russophobia on this blog, but I also see a deep-seated “Americanophobia” or “USophobia” in the words and actions who today say that Trump is not their President.  To them, they micro-identity as a “liberal” or as a “gay” or as “African-American” means more than the very basic fundamental principles upon which this country has been built.  When I see these crowds of Trump-bashers I see pure, seething hatred not of the AngloZionist Empire, or of a plutocracy masquerading as a democracy, but a hatred of what I would call the “simple America” or the “daily America” – the simple people amongst whom I have now lived for many years and learned to respect and appreciate and whom the Clinton-bots only think of as “deplorables”.

It amazes me to see that the US pseudo-elites have as much hatred, contempt and fear of the American masses as the Russian pseudo-elites have hatred, contempt and fear of the Russian masses (the Russian equivalent or Hillary’s “deplorables” would be a hard to pronounce for English speakers word “быдло“, roughly “cattle”, “lumpen” or “rabble”).  It amazes me to see that the very same people which have demonized Putin for years are now demonizing Trump using exactly the same methods.  And if their own country has to go down in their struggle against the common people – so be it!  These self-declared elites will have no compunction whatsoever to destroy the nation their have been parasitizing and exploiting for their own class interest.  They did just that to Russia exactly 100 years ago, in 1917.  I sure hope that they will not get away with that again in 2017.

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  1. J on January 28, 2017  ·  at 5:40 am UTC

    Trump is part of neocon. If anything, trump is part of color revolution, not against it. I do not see his administration turn out well with his action so far.
    Trump is also a idiot. Any one pitch a fight with a neighbor like he is doing is not suit to deal with relation.
    Talk about relation, check out internet video clips and see how much respect he give to his wife.


    • blue on January 28, 2017  ·  at 6:26 am UTC

      My current opinion is that he is not neocon or part of color revolution, but he is not a champion of the people either. He is one of the competitors among the elite. (An anti-hero as Crosstalk recently characterized him?)

      So who is there to champion the people and oppose the monstrous elite? Us — just us. Each and all of us, and we need to get our acts together. If there is no ‘great leader’ then we have to lead ourselves: distributed leadership with collective intelligence and power.


      • J on January 28, 2017  ·  at 7:07 am UTC

        He is pandering to neocon. He is result of people who fed up with the establishment. So he is result of revolution, maybe the first one of many to purge the system.

        We need to make sure we take out garbage in every election, we will win in the end.

        we can not only see things in one perspective. But it seems not something come naturally out side of east Asia.


      • J.L.Seagull on January 28, 2017  ·  at 8:26 am UTC

        I don’t understand why everything has to be either controlled opposition or controlled support.

        Of course there is a color revolution in the US right now — because all the sources of neoliberal fake-revolutionary ideology are right here. It’s a poisonous ideology which really is popular with smug media elites, boosted by “nudges” from the deep state. It’s just a lot of very corrupt, bad people. The ultimate, long-term objective of the deep state may not be readily apparent, but at a fairly serious medium-term level, their interests are precisely the same as what people like Michael Weiss, Dick Cheney, and Van Jones are making clear to us with their own words.

        Similarly, Trump found his support base from Wall Street/Masters of the Universe as outlined by Pepe Escobar. Of course he doesn’t represent “the people” because “the people,” whether left or right, are no longer interested in grassroots political organization for their own interests. Wall Street can do that, because they have a source of money independent from the gov’t. The only question now is who gets more slices of a shrinking pie, and how radical either side is willing to go in overriding America’s broken democratic process to make it happen.

        The readers of this website should cheer Trump’s willingness to trample on the neoliberal narrative, but their own livelihoods will not be guaranteed by Trump or anyone else in power.


  2. RayB on January 28, 2017  ·  at 6:13 am UTC

    Question Saker:

    Seems to me that exposing 911 and going after the neocon perpetrators would be like an all out declaration of war against the deep state and change American history forever. What evidence is there that Trump actually knows the full story behind it?


    • Jordan on January 28, 2017  ·  at 10:20 am UTC

      He appeared on the Alex Jones show on his campaign, Jones made his career out of calling 9/11 a false flag.

      However, I am personally about ready to get off the Trump Train. His words on Palestine, his Zionist cabinet, his comments yesterday with May that were pro-NATO. I smell a rat, it could be YES WE CAN all over again, only this time with the Zionists playing conservatives.


  3. Auslander on January 28, 2017  ·  at 6:18 am UTC

    I have said from the beginning of the Trump campaign that the neocons, win, lose or draw, will never stop. I do not like being proven correct.

    I sit and observe from afar, 7700 miles off the Florida coast. What I see disturbs me immensely and I see the very core of USA facing the most serious threat to her since she was formed well over 200 years ago. The vitriol displayed against Mr. Trump is nothing short of both an amazement and well over the line of legal slander.

    Now, for a glimmer of hope in this mess. There is one huge difference between the various revolutions fomented by H. D. Clinton and her minions in various countries and trying the same thing in USA. The citizens of those countries, like just about every country in the world, were defenseless, totally unarmed. The citizens of USA are armed to the teeth.

    The Untermenschen, and that is exactly what Clinton meant when she called us deplorables, she clearly meant Untermenschen, will not allow their success in defeating Clinton Inc. to be overturned. If it comes to that they will fight. Clinton Inc. may have her deep state neocons, her agents carefully preened to carry out her agenda in positions of import in many government agencies, her sleeper agents if you will, but there is one enormous difference between the neocons/rinos and the Untermenschen. Neocons/rinos don’t know how to fight. Some may have served but few have actually faced the roar of the guns.

    Vast numbers of the Untermenschen have fought, it was they who were the tip of the spear in the ever more violent US foreign policy of the past two decades. Untold numbers of company grade officers and NCO’s were summarily put out of the armed forces over the last four years, the vast majority having combat experience and some put out within months of attaining enough time in grade to retire. The excuse was ‘reduction in force’.

    The US Armed Forces are in large majority conservative. Why do you think in the last few elections most of the absentee ballots were summarily tossed in the trash for ‘arriving too late to count’? Clinton’s minions and her puppet obama knew that the military votes would tip an election against them. It is these veterans who, if needs be, will lead the forces needed to save USA one more time. While the neocons/rinos may have their armies of mercenaries, there is no mercenary force in the world that can stand up to an armed and furious citizenry.

    While I am the last one to urge armed insurrection and/or civil war, I am simply telling you what will happen if Clinton Inc. manages to put Mr. Trump out or kill him. Any fighting on US soil will be a catastrophe of unimaginable dimension and many countries and groups will be drooling at the prospect of having at USA when she is fighting herself. Any war is terrible but civil war is just to hideous to contemplate. However, Clinton Inc. should be forewarned. She will not succeed either in her goal of sitting in the Oval Office nor of her alternate goal of pulling The Sampson Option. Unfortunately, she will not stop until her coffin is lowered in to the ground.



    • J on January 28, 2017  ·  at 6:57 am UTC

      Trump has his insurance. Look how many housing units has approved in West bank after he take office.
      Republican has fall in line. Trump want to have a safe zone inside Syria. What is he doing tI neocon/bankers do not want him to do? Befriend Russia? How long do you think it will last with him wanting a safe zone in Syria?

      Hillary was a puppet, not the master. The master has a new puppet in Trump.


    • Simon Chow on January 28, 2017  ·  at 7:11 am UTC

      Yeah, but the Neocons have brains, arguably the ‘best’ brains. And if the US military is split, the nuclear weapons, especialy tactical ones, will be available to both sides. As the Saker hinted, any civil war is likely escalate to nuclear.


        • Simon Chow on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:20 am UTC

          J, the ‘people’ is only about 50% of the voters for Trump (a bit less if extrapolated from Trump’s popular vote). The other 50% is for Clinton and the Neocons. The US is ripe for civil war between the ‘Deplorables’ and the Neocons. There is too much at stake in a ‘winner takes all’ zero-sum situation for either side to back down.


  4. Iman Safi on January 28, 2017  ·  at 6:58 am UTC

    Very interesting analysis Saker, thank you. The way I see it though, any attempt to impeach or assassinate Trump will not go down easily with his supporters. It will not mean the end of the neo-con “colour revolution”. In fact it may spark widespread civil strife and even civil war and the break up of the Federation. I certainly hope that Trump will get his act together as per your suggestions and maybe some other suggestions as well and prevent a catastrophe.


  5. Simon Chow on January 28, 2017  ·  at 7:03 am UTC

    Saker, what you wrote about the US now is what I have as a gut feeling for sometime. The US had been sowing to the wind. It must reap the whirlwind sooner or later. My prayer is that God, who knows how to save the righteous from the unrighteous, will keep the righteous safe from the judgement coming down on the US.

    BTW, I have a different conclusion as to why Russia suffered a devatating revolution in 1917. Also why China suffered the 100 years of humiliation and the revolution of 1949. But tha’s for another forum.


  6. Rocky Portwell on January 28, 2017  ·  at 7:15 am UTC

    Notwithstanding the merits of the rest of your argument, and there certainly is a “color revolution” whiff in the American air, you shouldn’t get your knickers in a twist about Michael Moore’s statement that “Obama is still President of the United States.” The image indicates this interview was broadcast on Jan. 18, 2017, when Obama was still the President. Mr. Trump was sworn in, of course, on the 20th. So the statement was literally a fact.


      • Enara Gaztelugadze on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:29 am UTC

        It would be a special, unknown and devastating kind of flu……So far, any medical literature has recorded that flu, however virulent, has ever obnubilated reasonement. Indeed, amongst the medical community, at least in Europe, is common to see them working with flu, due to the harsh labor reforms introduced with the 2008 crisis exported from the US.


  7. Secret Agent on January 28, 2017  ·  at 7:28 am UTC

    Trump ain’t tired of winning yet. All he needs to rout the NeoCons is Jeff Sessions, the man who will uphold the law.

    Look what Tillerson just did at State. He fired the lot of them. Did you hear what Trump said at the CIA? The thing about not having columns? Asking if they get it?

    The army is behind Trump and the deplorables are the backbone of the army.

    Trump will win. Anyone who thinks he is stupid just hasn’t been paying attention.

    As a side note, I’ve been wondering about the eternal battle between good and evil, and have wondered if it’s possible the current leadership of the west is not diabolical? If they are, when will good (God) weigh in. Then I came across this:


    It’s crazy, but so are the times.



  8. vot tak on January 28, 2017  ·  at 8:09 am UTC


    Last spring or summer I noticed most of the zio-gay media treating trump the same way they treat all of israeloamerica’s chosen targets to attack. That led me to point out that the zionazis/nazis were using the same color revolution tactics on trump that they used on their other victims. This color revolution appears to be more sophisticated and multilayered than previous, though.

    Look at this:

    US Vice President to Participate in Trump-Putin Phone Conversation Saturday


    “US Vice President Mike Pence will participate in the planned telephone conversation between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday, the White House announced.”

    Why? He comes across as a combo of gerald ford and dan quayle. But maybe that is just an act.

    Pence is that same sort of zionazi as clinton. His responses in the VP debate before the election were hostile to Russia and essentially a repetition of the neocon propaganda. Same for the Mideast.

    Trump put him in charge of his transition, as well.

    Pence is bog standard, aipac trough feeding pindo scum, why pick him as VP, let alone put him in charge of anything. Is pence controlling trump the way bush controlled reagan? I’m thinking that may be a serious possibility, now.

    Maybe the color revolution has already succeeded?

    On a much lighter note, you mentioned the Saturday pink pussy hat riot, RT reported that, well, best have a look here:

    Pornhub’s female audience goes down during Women’s March


    “Donald Trump wasn’t the only person upset by the Women’s March last Saturday, with pornography website PornHub reporting a drop of about 2 million in its female traffic as hundreds of thousands took to the streets in an unprecedented protest.”

    Perhaps the Sunday viewership was correspondingly higher and made up for the Saturday drop? ;D


  9. Anonymous on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:07 am UTC

    The whole Pro-Trump vs. Anti-Trump conflict is a smokescreen that conceals how the agenda of previous American regimes will continue under Trump–much like how American “democracy” (sic) operates in general.

    In terms of foreign policy, Trump will continue America’s drive of a unipolar world empire, although with some changes in tactics and pretexts:

    “As the US media expertly divides the American public into pro and anti-Trump camps over cartoonish, unfounded personal accusations aimed at President-elect Donald Trump, Trump’s nominee for US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson confirmed before the US Congress that hostilities and agitation toward both Moscow and Beijing will only expand over the next 4-8 years.”

    The Trump-Media Circus and Continuity of Agenda



  10. Noor on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:17 am UTC

    Let me comment on the one section I am reading in this excellent article, regarding cartoons of Donald Trump. For many years now I have been collecting and posting international cartoons on my blog. They were once “alternative” but now, well things are changing somewhat. In my weekly searches for cartoons from around the world, I have NEVER seen anything like the vitriol aimed at Mr. Trump.

    The cartoon you have posted on the right is by Marion Kaminsky, a cartoonist from Slovenia; he is one of the worst. He is also one of the most published internationally. The lies he pushes about Putin and Trump have been going on for a year now. His images of Trump are often so obscene that they cannot be posted in the West, nor would I wish to. Most international artists focus on Trump’s on rear, flatulence and feces. It makes “lowbrow humour” seem perfectly High Class.

    Whether drawn by an artistic hand or a crude cartoonist, personally I find such Talmudic humour beyond offensive. I have never seen this done to a president before, never, and I have lived through THIRTEEN presidents now.

    We know when dealing with people who play these smear games that they are always quick to sink to this level and this is what we see here. We have all had it done to us often enough to recognize the desperation it exposes. They are terrified and are throwing all the smut they can but it is not working.

    Several years ago thousands of American cartoonists, who wrote according to the Editor’s wishes, were pink-slipped. Cartooning is a tough business. Not many make it and since the Obama administration, Conservative cartoonists were mocked as often as not. But the liberal artists clamour to have their material published in droves.

    What amazes me now is that the war against Trump is in international cartoons not just America. The same vitriolic hatred and usually they really don’t get it. It is obvious they do not comprehend American politics and all the components of this Communist cultural Marxist onslaught that we of the West are dealing with.


  11. Simon Chow on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:39 am UTC

    Saker, I feel that there is another alternative for Trump to not only save himself but unite the US behind him – start a war with China in the South China Sea and over Taiwan. A false flag incident or an impediment to China’s access to the SCS not amounting to a full blockade may force China to fire the first shot which can then be spun to the American public as brutal Chinese aggression against the ‘peaceful’ US. In 1941, the oil embargo against Japan served as good if not better than a false-flag event to force Japan to attack the US. Japan had to attack the US Pacific Fleet quatered in Pearl Harbour in order to cover Japan’s Eastern flank before Japan can launch an assault to capture oil and mineral resource-rich South East Asia. Japan was down to a few weeks of oil supplies and if Japan acquiesed to the US oil embargo, its war machine (already bogged down in a protracted war in China for 5 years from 1937 or 10 years if counted from the 1931 Mukden Incident), will grind to a halt in China. So a war with China will be a good if not a better alternative to 9/11 as a weapon for Trump to save himself. I have a feeling that the US still think that China will be a push-over..unlike Russia. We shall see.


  12. Mikhail Spiridonov on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:44 am UTC

    In February 1917 – yes! Not in October 1917, when the forces that took over aimed to save the country – and did, never mind the cost (apropos “acting fast and acting hard”)


  13. Kassandra on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:47 am UTC

    “How is it that Homeland Security and the FBI are not investigating MCNBC and Moore for rebellion and sedition?”
    Because he said it on Jan 18, 2017. At that time, it still had been true, however, given the exeriences with his presidency, is was absolutely no reason to rejoice.
    But anything else is just to the point:
    „The pressure the CIA imposes on the media amount to political warfare directed against the American public. It’s no different than how the CIA mounts counter-subversion operations overseas. … As power gets more concentrated in security services, the media is no longer simply compliant, it’s functioning as their public relations arm. It simply ignores anything that contradicts the official line.“
    [Douglas Valentine (2017): CIA as Organized Crime. How illegal operations corrupt America and the world. Clarity Press, Atlanta 2017, p. 31.]
    It does not matter that Trump might turn out to be horrible. The organized crime of the deep state could succeed in completing its global tyranny which is already far beyond the imagination of Orwell. Compared to this threat, every alternative is worth the risk. Do not be afraid of a chaos resulting from the crumbling empire. The powers of a multipolar world are fully awake since quite a while, and we will absolutely not miss the failed disunited states of America.


  14. Anonymous on January 28, 2017  ·  at 9:56 am UTC

    “Trump has a much more powerful weapon he can unleash against the Neocon: 9/11.”

    The only problem with this argument is that Trump himself is implicitly connected to the perpetrators of 9-11 through … Israel and its Zionist assets in America.

    Also, this entire article is based upon a suspect premise: that Trump really is the “Anti-Establishment” candidate that his followers insist that he is.

    If anyone believes this, I have a penthouse in Trump Towers that I would like to see them for a discount price. It’s a sweet deal!




    Trump controlled by Mossad

    Trump controlled by the Mossad – Part II

    Trump controlled by the Mossad – Part III



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