Tweedle-Dee & Tweedle-Dumber
People have often observed that at least until Donald Trump came along that things often didn't change much, no matter which party's candidate was ensconced in the White House.
People have often observed that at least until Donald Trump came along that things often didn’t change much, no matter which party’s candidate was ensconced in the White House.
That may be because so many big wigs in both parties belong to such pro-globalism mobs as the Council for Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberger Group. If I refer to them as mobs as opposed to groups or organizations, it’s because they are even more dangerous than the goons ransacking out cities. The reason is they have so much influence, not just here in the United States but all across the world.
I used to pooh-pooh such secret societies because I didn’t see how you could get American moguls and Russian oligarchs and Chinese Communists to agree about anything. But I was just naïve. These people don’t think of themselves as citizens of a single nation, but as the special few who would be running a global government. It explains why you have billionaires like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Michael Bloomberg, sounding like dedicated Socialists. They don’t want to live under a Socialist government. They want to be running it, just as Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Castro, did.
As it frequently does, The New American pulled aside a curtain to reveal over the course of 10 entire pages the names of CFR members, broken down by branch of the federal government, the media, the judicial, the legislative, think tanks, consulting firms, as well as health and medical institutions and, most disturbingly, the U.S. military.
Although the list only scratches the surface of the Deep State iceberg, the members would apparently need to rent a venue as large as Madison Square Garden if they all came out from under their rocks and emerged from the shadows if they wanted to have a Christmas party.
Many of them are people I’ve never heard of, but they often hold jobs with titles like Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment (Keith J. Krach) and Commander Expeditionary Strike Group Seven/Commander Amphibious Force, U.S. Seventh Fleet (Rear Admiral Fred W. Kacher), and there are a lot of names that everyone will recognize.
Those people include U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer; Secretary of Defense Mark Esper; Secretary of Transportation (and wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell) Elaine Chao; Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer; Senators Feinstein, Klobuchar, Reed, Sullivan and Warner; several House members including Republicans Gallagher, Granger, Hurd, Mast, Rooney and Thornberry.
In the media, virtually every newspaper and media outfit in the country, ranging alphabetically from The American Interest to the Washington Post, is well-represented. That definitely includes Fox News, a group that includes Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch, Maria Bartiromo and such contributors as Newt Gingrich, Mara Liasson and Jessica Tarlov.
Others you may have heard of include Madeleine Albright, Tom Daschle, Walter Mondale, Anthony Fauci and Howard Berman.
It’s no accident that Henry Kissinger strongly advised President Nixon to throw open the world’s doors to China. Kissinger is a charter member of every globalist group on the planet and George Soros can always be counted upon to foot the bill.
How influential is the group created by a cabal of Wall Street financiers headed by David Rockefeller, who just happened to have been Kissinger’s mentor?
Let his fellow member, Hillary Clinton, explain it as only she can. As Secretary of State, Mrs. Clinton confessed at the opening of the CFR headquarters in the nation’s capital back in 2009: “I have often been to the mother ship in New York, but it is good to have an outpost of the Council right here down the street from the State Department. We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won’t have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future.”
As to how the CFR has come to have so many members in so many departments of the federal government (otherwise known as Deep Staters), John J. McCloy, a friend and advisor to nine U.S. presidents and known among his associates as “the chairman of the Establishment,” explained: “Whenever we needed a man we thumbed through the roll of the Council members and put through a call to New York.”
And that, my friends, is what Donald Trump faces every single day as he almost single-handedly tries to save America from the wrecking ball.
In case you didn’t hear about it, a 26 year old newscaster for Cleveland radio station KTAM, Kyle Cornell, was fired for the crime of saying on the air that Kamala Harris is “America’s first colored vice presidential candidate.”
He didn’t say that it was a disgrace that a major political party would place such an unqualified person in a position that is potentially a heartbeat from the presidency, although, considering who the president would be, that wouldn’t be as big a deal as it might otherwise seem.
The spokesman for the radio station declared: “The term used is extremely offensive and does not align with our station’s core values and commitment to the communities we serve. He is no longer at KTAM.”
Just 28 words, but they say so much.
For openers, had he said, “the first woman of color,” as opposed to “first colored woman,” young Mr. Cornell would still be on the payroll. It would be illuminating to know how they parse the difference at KTAM.
Neither KTAM nor any other radio station has core values. Only individuals can possess core values, radio stations have bottom lines. They also have wimpy station owners and equally wimpy station managers who cave the first time a left-wing pressure group sends them an angry tweet.
They don’t have a commitment to the community at large, only to those minority communities within the larger one with claims to victimhood because of something called “systemic racism.”
Finally, by firing Mr. Cornell on what is essentially a whim, they have intentionally decided to deny him his First Amendment rights and I hope he sues their corporate ass for wrongful termination.
Now that they have managed to get a young white guy fired, will the terminally offended move on and attack the NAACP for concealing behind benign-looking initials the fact that its name is actually the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People?
At the very least, the organization should be keeping up with the times and calling itself the NAAPC (the National Association for the Advancement of People of Color).
I agree it’s a mouthful, but it’s not as bad as being the Commander, Expeditionary Strike Group Seven/ Commander Amphibious Force, U.S, Seventh Fleet. Rear Admiral Kacher has to have two ensigns on standby just to carry his title around for him.
QAnon, as I understand it, is a group of online conspiracy theorists who believe that President Trump has been divinely ordained to defeat a cabal of Satan-worshipping, cannibalistic, pedophilia sex-traffickers. As Trump said: “Is that supposed to be a bad thing?”
So far as I’m concerned, I might draw the line at referring to Democrats as cannibals, at least until I see actual photographs of Schumer and Pelosi gnawing on Jim Jordan’s shin bone, but I view Trump in much the same light as the group does.
To the normal bystander, the astonishing thing is that the Democrats are so agitated over a group which may or may not even exist outside their fevered imagination, but that allegedly stands in opposition to actual monsters; whereas the Democrats elect to align themselves with the goons who are actually burning down our cities.
The Washington Post, living up to its reputation as one of the most rancid newspapers in America (talk about heated competition!), decided to publish secretly taped conversations that Donald Trump’s equally rancid niece Mary had with his eldest sister, Maryanne Trump Barry.
Mrs. Barry, who is nine years older than the President, did not know that her niece, the daughter of Fred Trump, Jr., was recording her when she called her kid brother unprincipled and a big phony. In New York, it’s enough if one person knows a phone conversation is being recorded, which strikes me as odd, but no odder than that Gov. Cuomo is taking bows for the way he handled the C-19 crisis, which consisted of moving those with the disease into nursing homes.
In any case, it should be noted that Mrs. Barry was one of New York’s typical left-wing federal judges Donald was kind enough to say would make a fine Supreme Court justice. Fortunately, he was just being a nice brother, because once he had the chance to do something about it, he didn’t even have her on his long list.
It’s interesting that Trump’s niece — the same one who wrote a vicious attack book called “Too Much and Never Enough,” which sold a million copies the day it came out — is continuing to attack her uncle.
It strikes me that only one other person has played such an essential role in the success of so many other people as Donald Trump. That would be Hitler.
Think of all the articles, books, documentaries and feature films, that have been devoted to Adolph Hitler over the past 90 years, and then think about how much attention has been paid to Trump in just the past four. If Trump wins in November, he just might surpass der Fuhrer before he’s done.
Not only are there the books and all the rest, but there are two cable networks that are beholden to Trump for their very existence.
I swear, if a spaceship landed in the middle of Times Square at high noon, the numbskulls holding down the fort at CNN and MSNBC might or might not mention it in passing before getting back to their regular programming.
If they decided it was worth five seconds, it would probably go something like this on Rachel Maddow’s show: “Traffic was more heavily congested than usual in midtown-Manhattan this afternoon, but, for heaven’s sake, would you believe what President Trump tweeted at 3 a.m.?”