When analyzing current events and politics, we must always be mindful of what insider Prof. Carroll Quigley revealed in his massive study, Tragedy and Hope, about the elites, their globalist agenda, and their duplicitous tactics:
“The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.”
Candidate Trump railed against the globalist push to war in Syria and confrontation with Russia; he promised a fresh approach, one that would give national sovereignty, mutual respect, and peace a chance. This is why many people “threw the rascals out” and voted for him, despite his many character flaws. President Trump’s administration, however, is ratcheting up the saber rattling against Syria and Russia, has upped the ante and engaged in direct military action against Syrian forces, and is positioning assets for a larger military campaign in the Levant. Ironically, just as April’s tomahawk missile attack against Syria is exposed as a charade based on lies, the Trump administration is doubling down and threatening future military aggression against Syria and Russia on the basis of unsubstantiated allegations of “potential preparations” for a future chemical attack that would “likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children”:
“The United States has identified potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack by the Assad regime that would likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children.
The activities are similar to preparations the regime made before its April 4, 2017 chemical weapons attack.
If … Mr. Assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price.”
-White House press secretary, Sean Spicer
Talk about war propaganda coming from a government that’s bathed the world in the blood of innocent children. Not to be outdone, UN ambassador Niki Haley recently tweeted:
Any further attacks done to the people of Syria will be blamed on Assad, but also on Russia & Iran who support him killing his own people.
Did you get that? Any so-called further chemical attack – one Trump’s people know is coming, presumably based on them peering into a crystal ball – is too be blamed, not only on Syria, but on Russia and Iran as well. If that’s not beating the war drums nothing is.
All of this madness – the madness candidate Trump cran against – makes Obama’s red line look sane by comparison. Indeed, by directly threatening military action against Syria and openly threatening Russia with future military action, the Trump administration, in direct contradiction to Trump’s campaign rhetoric and promises, has actually managed to outdo Obama, Kerry and Hillary in advancing the globalist agenda and bringing the world to the brink of WWIII.
The globalist policy is regime change in Syria, the destruction of Iran, neutralization of Russia, and ultimate advancement of the Anglo-Zionist-American New World Order (NWO). This is all well known to all serious students of geopolitics.
Hence, we threw the rascals out but the policy remains the same – just as Professor Quigley boasted. And as the globalist policy gets implemented, the American people are predictably being distracted by Joe Scarborough’s and Mika Brzezinski’s twitter war with Trump, the “nothing burger” of Russia-gate, the endless mudslinging derived from the false left-right paradigm, and other side shows.
One can’t help but be impressed by the globalists’ ability to reach into the same old bag of ticks – divide and distract the people – and advance their evil agenda under the guise of doing good.
Now, the question that demands to be answered is why did candidate Trump run against the globalist policy agenda, only to implement it as President Trump? Three main explanations have been offered:
- Trump was a globalist, deep state stooge from the get go; he was a Trojan Horse.
- Trump was a nationalist who’s been brought to heel by the globalists’ and deep state
- Trump is a nationalist who’s still fighting the good fight but is being undermined by globalist and deep state operatives in his own administration
Frankly, (1) and (3) strike me as unnecessarily complicated and contorted explanations for the available facts. Hypothesis (3), in particular, appears quite weak on the grounds that all of the alleged globalist and deep state saboteurs serve at Trump’s pleasure and could easily be replaced by qualified non-globalist and non-deep state actors like Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Dr. Ron Paul, Dr. Rand Paul, Dennis Kucinich, Tulsi Gabbard, Pat Buchanan, David Stockman and the like. Hence, by process of elimination we’re left with hypothesis (2) as the best explanation, at least for now. Anyhow, to help folks sort through all of this, I would encourage everyone to study and think through the following articles and interviews:
Putin, China, A World At War And What Will Cause a Bankrupt U.S. To Collapse, interview with Dr. Paul Craig Roberts
American Closing in on Civil and Global War, by Pastor Dr. Chuck Baldwin
New Cuban Missile Crisis, US and Syria Now in Standoff in Syria, Alex Jones