The deep state and the perpetual war machine will do anything to provoke WWIII with Russia. Even if that means fabricating lies to bolster their position.
Trump’s Russian Collusion
Hillary Clinton made a bold claim during one of the presidential debates: “We have 17, 17 intelligence agencies, civilian and military, who have all concluded that these espionage attacks, these cyber-attacks, come from the highest levels of the Kremlin. And they are designed to influence our election. I find that deeply disturbing.” Hillary Rodham Clinton – NY Times October 2016
The reality—Clinton was referring to the Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) report in which three, not 17, intelligence agencies, the NSA, the CIA, and the FBI, made claims of Russian collusion. The agencies asserted that Putin wanted to sow discord in the United States and preferred Trump over Clinton. This report was prepared in one month and released in Jan 2017.
Unfortunately for the Democrats and the deep state, none of these agencies could provide evidence to substantiate this claim, but that didn’t stop the mainstream media from running around shrieking “Russian collusion” or the California congresswoman Maxine Waters from screaming “Impeach 45” at all her rallies.
Today, the truth has finally come out. After a 15-month investigation in which 73 witnesses gave testimony and over 310,000 documents were reviewed, the US House Intelligence Committee has released a draft report of their findings. Its report disagrees with the ICA report’s assertion that “the Putin government preferred Trump over Clinton in the presidential election of 2016.”
The report also lambasted the nation’s top intelligence agencies for leaking information to the media and criticized the Obama administration for doing nothing, despite being warned in 2014, to counter Russian election interference.
Hillary lied to America about the Russians, which is no surprise considering her track record. Clinton ran a terrible campaign and lost.
However, what is shocking is the role of the shadow government, the lawless senior officials within the intelligence agencies, the extent of the psychological operations run by the deep state, and the ratings whores at the traditional media outlets, in pushing the US into a war with Russia.
This war a proxy for dominance in the Middle East and control of natural gas and oil. Russia is the only invited sovereign nation in Syria under international law, so why are USA troops there?
Russia, Syria, Iran, and China wish to control this region through Syria, but this interferes with plans agreed to between Saudi Arabia and the USA. So what does the US do? They decide to support the “moderate opposition” or “moderate fighters” in Syria. These moderates are just another name for al-Nusra who are, in reality, ISIS Iraq. As a result, millions are dead, and there are six million Syrian refugees.
The country is decimated. It will cost trillions of dollars and generations to repair. Is this what bringing democracy looks like?
UK’s ‘Russian’ Spy
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has alleged that Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned nine days ago with a nerve agent that was developed in Russia in the 1960s and 70s. As the Tories collapse in the polls, UK Prime Minister Theresa May quickly defaults to the old standby of ‘the Russians did it’. According to May, because the nerve agent was developed in Russia, Putin’s government must be responsible. May is likely the most useless PM in UK history, but she solved this crime in less than nine days.
Former US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson quickly jumped on the bandwagon, warning that the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain will “trigger a response.” Tillerson was fired shortly after his comments.
With Putin’s elections coming up next week and the World Cup in Russia, is it likely Russia had anything to do with this? Or, is this actually designed to manipulate the outcome of Putin’s re-election bid?
The public needs to demand facts and hard evidence before any action is taken, but that’s never stopped the war machine before. And just in case you think this could never happen, let’s take a little stroll down memory lane.
Iraq and Saddam Hussain
“Simply stated, there’s no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction, ‘WMDs’.” Dick Cheney – 2002
The head of Tony Blair’s ministry of propaganda and enlightenment, Alistair Campbell, “sexed up” the Iraqi arms dossier to provide an additional layer of support for the false claims made by George W. Bush’s administration. The sexed-up claim was that, in addition to the WMDs, Iraq could have nuclear weapons within a year. This was the fodder necessary to start a war.
Sixteen years later and after Sir John Anthony Chilcot led the British public inquiry into Britain’s role in the Iraq War, we are no closer to the truth. No weapons of mass destruction were ever found in Iraq, and millions were killed or displaced. Is it any wonder why the Chilcot inquiry reeks of a cover-up?
Russophobia hits new all-time highs
I don’t know what everyone else is thinking but I’ll certainly look under my bed tonight to make sure that there are no Russian agents lurking there.
This is worse than McCarthyism in the 1960s.
The world has changed. Who needs evidence anymore? Does anyone know how to say lynch mob in Russian?
Getting to know Mitch Feierstein:
- How do you spend your days?
In addition to acting as an advisor to several family offices I am a Managing Director at Storia Inc. a multi-media platform created to change the paradigm in digital content creation, delivery and consumption. Storia will leverage the generational shift away from traditional media to 'mobile and video first'.
-What in your answer to Q1 is especially important to you and why?
It is important to make an impact that can positively influence change.
The west has lost its way, capitalism and free markets have been bulldozed by the interests of .001% of the USA’s gargantuan Military Industrial Complex. Add in a dash of 'narrative designed to move forward specific political agendas', a controlled media, owned by six mega corporations and a cabal of reckless misguided academic central bankers - you have the perfect recipe for either:
1) The worst global economic depression in history, or
2) Civil war, as the left’s political repression of speech, thought and conduct has become 'nazism of the left,' which will end badly, or
3.) World war.
- What drove you to focus on finance & investment? Was there a particular moment you can remember that led you to this field?
Yes. When I was in college I was fascinated by everything 'Wall Street'. I was drawn in by the action and went to work in World Trade Center, Tower I in the very early 1980’s. OUCH.
- What drives you professionally?
Every day presents a different set of challenges.
-In your opinion what are the three biggest problems facing the developed and developing world?
1) Non-elected out-of-control rouge central bankers acting as risky, highly leveraged speculative hedge funds – picking market winners and losers.
2)Non-elected politicians in Brussels that want to strip EU citizens of sovereignty, liberty and democracy.
3) Extremism by the left: A 'social-justice' movement designed to end conservative thought. It seems like totalitarianism because it is. The left are only tolerant, accepting, inclusive if you agree with their opinions – when you disagree they become intolerant, violent fascists.
-If you hadn’t become an investor what would you have done?
Played golf on the PGA tour.
-If you look at recent history, can you identify a turning-point that explains how we come to face the peculiar challenges of today?
It was the excesses of the 1980’s and 35+ years of failed neo-liberal thought and policies that began with bill Clinton and ended with Obama. In reality, this was plunder, (financial fraud), on a massive scale that saw wealth inequality ratios skyrocket.
It started with Larry Summers and Robert Rubin’s convincing Bill Clinton to scrap Glass-Steagall – this allowed securitisations and use of derivatives as speculative financial instruments or weapons of mass financial destruction that allowed creation of massive credit, leverage and debt.
-What are the lessons we failed to learn during and since the 2008 crisis?
Nothing learned – we have re-inflated the same bubbles only larger – no meaningful deleveraging and risk assets are now even more risky.
- Name one measure we might implement immediately to improve the situation.
Immediately stop the central banks madness.
- If you were a President / Prime Minister what would your first three pieces of policy be?
1) Audit, shudder the Federal Reserve Bank, deflate the bubbles and jail the financial terrorists.
2) Disband and dismantle the deep state and shadow government operatives working on behalf of the military industrial complex en mass.
3) Maintain sovereignty – secure the nation- ensure democracy- end the policy failures and restore growth.
- What was your biggest & / or your most recent mistake?
Biggest mistake: owning a huge position on Lehman options.
Most recent: assuming central banks would act rationally.
- Name the book that changed you.
Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow
- What would you do differently if you were to start all over again?
Nothing, no regrets I move forward!
- Give our readers, members and subscribers a piece of advice that has served you well.
Never invest in anything you don’t fully understand and never, ever believe that 'it is different this time'.
- What is your main anxiety where you and / or your family are concerned?
How the coming global financial collapse unfolds and will DC be stupid enough to allow WWIII.
- What gives you hope for humanity?
As we near our darkest hour, a ray of sunshine will brightly illuminate the process in which we may begin to rebuild our crippled, corrupt and broken financial and political systems from the ground up… The revolution is coming prepare now…
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