The foreign and domestic policies of America since the neocons and neoliberals seized control December 12, 2000 has been an unmitigated disaster for America. In every election campaign Democrats and Republicans alike have lionized North Korea, Russia and Iran in order to create boogie men that justified trillions in spending for the military industrial complex. Every administration has demonized Russia and Iran as the greatest threat to world peace.
Both GOP and Dem administrations have attacked small countries that posed no threat to America to engorge their financial backers at the expense of the American economy, national security and humanity.
In 2016 President Donald Trump campaigned against the Deep State status quo and won. The fruits of Trump’s labor blessed America this week when President Trump levied tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum and then announced he is willing to meet with Kim Jong Un of North Korea.
The failed policies of the past have caused financial and physical devastation across the planet. Many are pleased to welcome a new day in America. Not so for the Deep State and its operatives in the media and in the many Washington think tanks who control the majority of congress. For the masters of war it is time for hysteria and increased attacks on Trump using the Mueller witch hunt and character assassination just as they did to President Clinton in the 1990’s.
This is not the 1990’s this is today and Donald Trump is not Bill Clinton. Trump is not wedded to either party and is a strong, independent capable leader. The lunatic fringes of the two parties will not be able to impeach President Trump for having an affair like they did to President Clinton. This is a new day.
President Vladimir Putin displayed Russia’s highly advanced military equipment that Russia was able to produce while America was bogged down in multiple wars while spending trillions on military equipment development while their infrastructure crumbled at home.
The difference between Russia and America is that, while spending a fraction of what America spends enriching contractors, Russia’s military equipment is far superior to America’s overpriced failures. President Putin put America’s political dilemma succinctly into focus saying “America is eating itself up.” From Veterans Today:
Putin: US political system “eating itself up”
Putin should be credited with making a positive difference in the political landscape. Granted, he does have his shortcomings, as we all do. But he has continued to tell the truth about the New World Order and its most revealing puppet, the United States of America.
Putin has recently declared that the U.S. political system has “demonstrated its inefficiency and has been eating itself up.” That is a bold and factual statement, and one needn’t be a politician to realize that the U.S. “has been eating itself up” since the first time it embarked on an imperialist/Zionist mission in the Middle East and elsewhere.
As I have argued elsewhere, the United States overthrew a democratically elected government in Iran in 1953. We destroyed Iraq in 2003; we literally created chaos in Libya; we made a mess in Afghanistan; we created sodomy at Abu Ghraib; we almost went crazy because Assad is still alive and well in Syria.
All those wars have serious consequences, and the only people who will pay a huge price are the average American, not the Neocons and Israelis who were pushing those wars in the first place. In fact, those Jewish Neocons don’t give a damn about you, your country, your children, and your future.
This is not my opinion at all. Perhaps we should summon Jewish Neocon Jonah Goldberg once again. Quoting approvingly another Jewish Neocon by the name of Michael Ledeen, Goldberg declared: “Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business.”
Goldberg continued: “Saddam Hussein deserved to be overthrown by the United States at the end of the Gulf War, and it does not seem to me that a statute of limitations has expired on that verdict.”
It was calculated that the Iraq War will cost America at least six-trillion dollars. Goldberg’s response? Well, you guessed it: “Iraq was a worthy mistake.”
Neocons like Goldberg want to kill, steal, and destroy. They invent conflicts where there are no conflicts, and they create monsters and then destroy them—all in the name of “democracy” and “freedom.” They are always interested in creating multi-million dollar jobs for the military industrial complex, which never ceases to see monsters and terrorists everywhere in the Middle East.
What has the average American gotten in return? Well, we all know that we have already passed the $20 trillion mark when it comes to debt. Sounds like Putin was right on target when he stated that the Deep State is actually “eating itself up.”
The Zionists in the Democratic and Republican Parties care nothing about the American people, nor any people for that matter. Both refuse to pursue peaceful resolutions to conflict. This attitude was borne out of the great election theft of 2000 that opened the door for the “Pearl Harbor-like event” of 911 attacks that kicked off the New World Order concocted by the Zionist cabal. That was the Bush/Obama Doctrine of preemptive war. From Patrick Buchanan:
Time to Get Over the Russophobia
George W. Bush abrogated the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty that Richard Nixon had negotiated, Putin responded with a buildup of the offensive missiles he put on display last week.
The U.S. helped to instigate the Maidan Square coup that dumped over the elected pro-Russian government in Ukraine. To prevent the loss of his Sebastopol naval base on the Black Sea, Putin countered by annexing the Crimean Peninsula.
After peaceful protests in Syria were put down by Bashar Assad, we sent arms to Syrian rebels to overthrow the Damascus regime. Seeing his last naval base in the Med, Tartus, imperiled, Putin came to Assad’s aid and helped him win the civil war…
Russia is acting again as a great power. And she sees us as a nation that slapped away her hand, extended in friendship in the 1990s, and then humiliated her by planting NATO on her front porch. Yet, what is also clear is that Putin hoped and believed that, with the election of Trump, Russia might be able to restore respectful if not friendly relations with the United States. Clearly, Putin wanted that, as did Trump.
Yet, with the Beltway hysteria over hacking of the DNC and John Podesta emails, and the Russophobia raging in this capital, we appear to be paralyzed when it comes to engaging with Russia. The U.S. political system, said Putin this week, “has been eating itself up.” Is his depiction that wide of the mark?
What is the matter with us?
Three years after Nikita Khrushchev sent tanks into Budapest to drown the Hungarian revolution in blood, Eisenhower was hosting him on a 10-day visit to the USA. Two years after the Berlin Wall went up, and eight months after Khrushchev installed missiles in Cuba, Kennedy reached out to the Soviet dictator in his widely praised American University speech.
Lyndon Johnson met with Russian President Alexei Kosygin in Glassboro, New Jersey, just weeks after we almost clashed over Moscow’s threat to intervene in the Arab-Israeli War of 1967. Six months after Leonid Brezhnev sent tank armies to crush the Prague Spring in August 1968, an inaugurated Nixon was seeking detente.
In those years, no matter who was in the White House or Kremlin, the U.S. establishment favored engagement with Moscow. It was the right that was skeptical or hostile… Russians today enjoy freedoms of speech, assembly, religion, travel, politics, and the press that the generations before 1989 never knew…
Japan negotiates with Putin’s Russia over the southern Kuril Islands lost at the end of World War II. Bibi Netanyahu has met many times with Putin, though he is an ally of Assad, whom Bibi would like to see ousted, and has a naval and air base not far from Israel’s border.
We Americans have far more fish to fry with Russia than Bibi. Strategic arms control. De-escalation in the Baltic, Ukraine and the Black Sea. Ending the war in Syria. North Korea. Space. Afghanistan. The Arctic. The war on terror.
Yet all we seem to hear from our elite is endless whining that Putin has not been sanctioned enough for desecrating “our democracy.”
Get over it.
This insane foreign policy of not talking to your adversaries can no longer be tolerated. There is no reason not to talk with Kim Jong Un of North Korea. It is the Zionist cabal that wants to keep the cash flowing into the war coffers that is preventing the talks from happening. From Consortium News:
Who’s Afraid of Talking With Kim Jong Un?
Americans should welcome President Trump’s apparent willingness to speak with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, but instead naysayers are warning of dire consequences, Jonathan Marshall explains.
Three months ago, I quoted approvingly Donald Trump’s campaign pledge to supporters in Atlanta that he would “absolutely” speak to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un even if there were only a “10 percent or a 20 percent chance that I can talk him out of those damn nukes.” “What the hell is wrong with speaking?” the candidate said. “We should be eating a hamburger on a conference table.”
This week, the ever-mercurial President Trump agreed to take Kim up on a surprise offer to meet face-to-face in two months to search for peace. The meeting will be the first ever held between the leaders of the United States and North Korea, two countries that remain technically at war.
Whether the two men agree to eat hamburgers or kimchi, Americans should applaud Trump’s renewed willingness to talk rather than fight. Instead, all manner of naysayers are warning of potentially dire consequences. A few of their points have merit, but none outweigh the likely consequences of doing nothing to stop an impending war…
In recent months, experts have put the odds of a catastrophic war—which would likely kill hundreds of thousands of Americans in addition to countless Koreans and Japanese—at between 25 and 50 percent…
Yet instead of hailing the prospect of talks as a great win for the life expectancy of people on both sides of the Pacific, some analysts insist on treating Kim’s proposal as a zero sum game. “By some assessments, this is really a victory for Kim, who for years has sought proof of his status and North Korea’s power by dangling the offer of leader-to-leader talks with the United States,” writes Karen DeYoung, senior national security correspondent for the Washington Post.
And liberal New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, while claiming that he is “all for negotiations,” focuses on his “fear” that Trump “has given North Korea what it has long craved: the respect and legitimacy that comes from the North Korean leader standing as an equal beside the American president.”
Does Kristof really think peace will be easier to achieve by disrespecting Kim and insisting on his illegitimacy? Deep down, does Kristof care more about one-upmanship than preventing nuclear war?
Will Trump Flub the Deal?
Many critics also warn that North Korea will take advantage of Trump’s ignorance and lack of preparation to gain some unspecified advantage. “President Trump’s infamous penchant for going off script and his admiration of authoritarian types could weaken our negotiating position,” declared Suzanne DiMaggio of the Washington-based New America Foundation, who helped arrange backdoor diplomatic contacts between the two countries last year.
Zack Beauchamp, a news analyst for Vox.com, warns that Trump is “very easy to manipulate” and “easily swayed by flattery,” weaknesses that make it “easy to imagine the North Koreans tricking Trump into a deal that, in the long term, helps their strategic position while hurting America’s.”
Not to be outdone, senior White House and national security reporters for CNN caution, “there’s a real chance Trump could be walking into a massive trap…”
But what is Trump likely to bargain away out of ignorance or vanity? Perhaps, critics fear, he will relax sanctions, agree to scale back military exercises with South Korea, or start exploring a long-term peace deal with North Korea before first nailing down iron-clad guarantees of North Korean nuclear disarmament. But none of those measures would put the security of South Korea, much less the United States, at risk…
Trump should go into the talks with the more modest but absolutely vital aim of heading off an impending war. Realistic near-term goals include freezing further missile and warhead testing by North Korea and eliciting guarantees against proliferation of North Korea’s technology to other countries.
To achieve those ends, he may need—in consultation with Seoul—to restrain U.S.-South Korean war exercises and partially relax sanctions. He and Kim should also map out a reasonable timetable for negotiating a final peace settlement between our countries. But Trump should refuse to let critics at home dissuade him from seeking an alternative to war.
I can't help but wonder if the Kim Jong Un offer to meet with Trump is in part due to Putin’s display of strength. With the warming of relations between North and South during the Olympics and the confidence that Russia could provide protection from an American attack its possible he doesn’t feel the need for nukes. Putin certainly has some American politicians worried. From Russia Today:
‘Urgently engage with Russia’: US senators call for dialogue after new nuclear arsenal unveiled
A group of US lawmakers have called for strategic dialogue with Moscow. They feel that the matter is “more urgent” following Russian President Vladimir Putin’s unveiling of a number of cutting-edge weapons systems.
“A US-Russia Strategic Dialogue is more urgent following President Putin’s public address on March 1st when he referred to several new nuclear weapons Russia is reportedly developing, including a cruise missile and a nuclear underwater drone,” a letter signed by US Senators Edward J. Markey (D-MA), Jeff Merkley (D-OR), Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) reads.
The letter, addressed to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, was published on Thursday. The senators stressed that while the countries have many “significant” disagreements, including alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US elections and the “annexation” of Crimea, Moscow and Washington need to come to the negotiation table.
“Due to these policy rifts, not in spite of them… the United States should urgently engage with Russia to avoid miscalculation and reduce the likelihood of conflict.” The lawmakers are concerned that some of the brand-new Russian nuclear weapons are not covered by the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, commonly known as the New START, and thus call for the agreement to be extended. The weapons in question include a cruise missile with virtually no range limit and a nuclear-powered underwater drone.
However, the letter did not miss a chance to accuse Russia of non-compliance with the 1982 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), and called on the State Department to address the alleged violation. Moscow and Washington have traded accusations of INF-Treaty violations for several years…
There had been rumors that the Russian and American top diplomats, Sergey Lavrov and Rex Tillerson respectively, may meet while they are both in Africa. However, the US State Department denied that there had been any discussion of possible bilateral talks. When asked about it, the Russian Foreign Minister said the claims that such discussions never happened are “untrue.”
On March 1, the Russian leader presented a set of advanced Russian nuclear weapons, some of which are not yet named. During his state of the nation address, Putin stressed that Russia would not need all these new weapons had its legitimate concerns been heeded by the US and its allies. “Nobody wanted to talk to us about the root of the problem. Nobody listened to us; so listen to us now!” he said.
The speech drew a hysterical reaction from the Western media and accusations of saber-rattling and starting “a new arms race,” Putin told NBC Washington was in fact to blame for it. The Russian president referred to the US decision to withdraw from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM Treaty) back in 2002.
What did Americans think would happen when that idiot W. Bush and lunatic Dick Cheney unilaterally withdrew from the ABM Treaty and announced a new policy of preemptive war? What did they think would happen after Bush’s idiotic Axis of Evil speech threatening North Korea? This all goes back to the great election theft of 2000. North Korea’s economy isn’t the only one suffering from America’s belligerent bellicose policies. America is on the brink of financial collapse. From Covert Geopolitics:
Unprecedented Trump and Kim Meeting on NK DeNuclearization Soon!
There is now talk about a North Korea-US dialogue on a possible peaceful resolution of the Korean conflict with the US. The NK leader is said to be committed to putting a stop on the series of nuclear testing, after a series of talks conducted between the two Koreas.
Any action towards peace is always highly appreciated. But will the Deep State just sit idly by and do nothing? It’s too early to conclude that this will be an indication that the White House may be departing itself from the Deep State control for good. Or, that the Deep State is indeed losing control of its US intelligence and military arm. But if peace will come to the fore, then it will be the harbinger of great things to come.
No, it’s not only the North Korean economy is collapsing as the video suggests, but also that of the US.
· Imminent collapse of US dollar & other major currencies will push gold to $10,000 – bullion analyst.
Meanwhile, Ghouta Syria is still burning. Fortunately, the Syrians there are openly resisting the CIA Al Nusra militants’ desperate attacks. Some analysts are saying that this is the endgame in Syria.
In 2016 President Donald Trump campaigned against the Deep State status quo and won. The fruits of Trump’s labor blessed America this week when President Trump levied tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum and then announced he is willing to meet with Kim Jong Un of North Korea. The foreign policy launched in America in 2001 has been an unmitigated disaster and it’s time to reach out to our adversaries with an olive branch not the same old dinged up rusty iron fist. Peace and prosperity begins at home, time to invest in America. God Bless.
By Patricia Baeten