Flashback to 2009: Was the underwear bomber a false flag operation?

Hello Folks,

A false flag attack involves one organization, typically composed of elements within a government, secretly carrying out an illicit attack to be publicly blamed on another organization, typically to advance some hidden agenda.  Operations Ajax, Northwoods, Gladio, and Susannah are four well documented proposed or successful false flag operations that were carried out by elements from within western governments.  With that background in mind, Rob Dew’s analysis of the 2009 underwear bomber operation as a potential false flag operation is quite interesting.

Best,

Joe

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Why the elite hate Trump

Hello Folks,

The elites and their minions in the corporate media are waging open war against president Trump.  This should be obvious to all.  The latest example of this are the parting shots taken at President Trump by former CIA Director John Brennan,

Ex-CIA director: Trump should be ashamed of himself

This unprecedented establishment rage against Trump is somewhat curious, as Trump in many ways is an insider and typical NY limousine liberal – popular billionaire, pro big-government, pro sexual and gender liberation, indifference (even contempt) toward the Deceleration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights, etc.

His real and alleged character flaws don’t wash as an explanation for elite anger, as pretty much every politician in Washington has serious issues with integrity and character (Bill Clinton!).  No doubt his eccentric “less than presidential” style annoys the elite, but such a superficial explanation for such unprecedented hostility  seems, well, ridiculous.

A more reasonable explanation for their hostility toward Trump is suggested by John Brennan’s admitted support for Communist Party USA (CPUSA) presidential candidate Gus Hall during the 1976 presidential election and his present day contempt for natural law and the constitution,

Was CIA Director Brennan’s 1976 Vote for a Communist Just a Youthful Indiscretion?

In a similar vein, the neo-Marxist and communist pasts of Hillary Clinton and President Obama (part 1 and part 2) are well documented.  And any temptation to dismiss their radicalism as “youthful indiscretions”should be quelled by the open support the CPUSA provided for President Obama’s and Hillary Clinton’s bids for the White House,

CPUSA Says Re-electing Obama is “Absolutely Essential”

Taking a Sober Look at the 2016 election

Hillary’s Hour

Just as importantly, the CPUSA openly called for the defeat of Trump on the grounds that he is a “fascist” and proto “Nazi”,

America needs a landslide against Trump

And the elite mainstream media are opposed to Trump as well on the same grounds – that he’s a fascist and even a proto-Nazi,

Donald Trump is actually a fascist

Donald Trump is a Fascist

Is Donald Trump a fascist

And the elite talk of Trump being a fascist and Nazi has filtered down to the George Soros financedinspired and organized activists in cyberspace and the streets,

Idiots react to Trump Inauguration

Actress Ashley Judd tears into Donald Trump at Women’s March protest branding him ‘Hitler renamed’

Now, for some standard translations,

  1. Fascism/Nazism – national socialism
  2. Marxism/communism – international socialism

Continuing with some additional, more modern translations,

  1. National socialism – America first nationalism
  2. International socialism – New world order globalism

And there you have it.  Constrained by false ideology as they are, in the mind of the leftist elite and their stooges who presume to rule us it’s always the same old fight – national socialism versus international socialism, cast in slightly different terms – America first nationalism versus new world order globalism.  Put in slightly different terms, the elite and their unthinking shock troops mentally and rhetorically equate “national socialism” with America first nationalism and see it, correctly, as posing a serious obstacle to their globalist new world order or internationalist socialist agenda, and that’s a – perhaps the – key reason why they are openly fighting against Trump.

With the above background in mind, the unprecedented communist/globalist rage against Trump is nicely captured in a new video put out by the traditionalist Catholics at Remnant TV,

Another related reason the elite hate Trump is that Trump, “hasn’t been through the initiation rites; he didn’t belong to the secret societies”,

But that’s a story for another post.

Best,

Joe

The real battle is between the rule of the Creator and the rule of the creature

Hello Folks,

My wife asked me to watch Trump’s inauguration with her, so I did.  And while I didn’t like all that he had to say, I did like some of what he had to say about foreign policy, as it was pretty much a clumsy restatement of the foreign policy advocated by George Washington and many of the leading men from the founding generation,

“Observe good faith and justice toward all nations. Cultivate peace and harmony with all … It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world …” – George Washington

“Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations — entangling alliances with none.” – Thomas Jefferson

“But she (America) goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the champion and vindicator only of her own. She will commend the general cause by the countenance of her voice, and the benignant sympathy of her example.” – John Qunicy Adams

Anyhow, I certainly didn’t find Mr. Trump’s speech to be “terrifying” or “alarming”.  But this progressive (neo-Marxist who probably doesn’t know she’s a neo-Marxist) writer did,

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2017/01/trump_s_inaugural_address_was_terrifying.html

Aside from being largely a fallacious argument from silence, her piece has value in that it gestures toward the main intellectual battle that’s been going on for quite some time now in the western world (although she probably doesn’t realize it),

“It was a speech with no mention or awareness of the fact that the president’s power derives from the Constitution to which he swore an oath this morning, or that the people’s freedom derives from the same.”

The last part of the quote is the key – “… people’s freedom derives from the same”.  So-called progressives and their fellow-travelers think rights and laws ultimately derive from the mind and pen of man (documents like the constitution).  But genuine liberals and conservatives (not neo-liberals and neo-conservatives) understand that fundamental rights and laws ultimately derive from God.  This has huge implications.  For what derives from the pen of man can be invented, altered or abolished by man, but what derives from God must be discovered and obeyed by man.

And, in many ways, that’s the whole ball game in a nutshell, from debates over the purpose of government, to the meaning of sexuality and marriage, to debates over placing the Ten Commandments in government schools.  The question on which such issues turn is the question of ultimate authority – who shall rule the creature or the Creator?

Speaking of the schools, some secular humanists/progressives/socialists/neo-Marxists understand the nature of the battle and are more than happy to write about it in quite explicit terms in their own publications:

“The battle for humankind’s future must be waged and won in the public school classroom by teachers who correctly perceive their role as the proselytizers of a new faith: A religion of humanity — utilizing a classroom instead of a pulpit to carry humanist values into wherever they teach. The classroom must and will become an arena of conflict between the old and the new — the rotting corpse of Christianity, together with its adjacent evils and misery, and the new faith of humanism.” – John J. Dunphy, The Humanist, 1983

If my personal experience is any indication, Mr. Dunphy and his partisans have been quite successful.

Best,
Joe