Always, the narrative….

This reminds me of a quote I heard which I put on quora regarding the best joke I knew about dems and republicans, and it’s not really a joke but it’s true. To anger a democrat, tell him the truth, to anger a republican, tell him a lie.

A story linked to this is yet another example of how the democrat party – at least in its current taken over state, is anti-truth and always always always runs a unified narrative that flips the blame and accuses the right of what the left is doing.

Two stories are one on Bill Whittle, about how after 3 months of saying they are defunding police and because black lives matter/George floyd, it s okay for people to loot and burn cities. Even npr puts up an article fairly positive about a book named in defense of looting (cause slavery don’t you know). But when the polls for Biden are impacted, they suddenly turn and say that it was white natioalists hiding amongst the legitimate peaceful BLM protesters that are causing all the violence, and actually, President Trump is causing the violence through his racism and diviseiveness.

Then, their most recent pivot was based on some goldberg writer at the atlantic saying that he heard Trump making fun of soldiers who died. The most stupid and ridiculous thing, and of course, anonymously sourced, and even though 20 people stepped forward to swear that they personally knew that had never been said by Trump, that is what the media went with.

 “But the stories — first in the Atlantic, followed by the Associated PressWashington Post, and New York Times — could further damage his faltering support among service members and those who care about the armed services just ahead of the November election”

With the liberal dnc media then piling on referencing the story, we get a fullo four pages of google search results saying as their headline “Trump called military losers and cowards: Report” and then the hundreds of derivative stories. Even one (and this is why I think Fox is somewhat of a control both sides operation, especially given its ownership, a way of controlled opposition) from Fox news quoting “former senior trump admin officials”
There are real impacts from this sort of smearing, which could lead our military, especially the newer recruits brought up in the newer senstitivity training double speak p.c. military with gays openly serving and diversity and white hatred training required.

“But if Trump sounds a bit more hypersensitive lately, it may have something to do with recent polls that show slippage in his support among military personnel, despite the big defense budget increases he has won in recent years.

The Military Times Polls, surveying active-duty troops in partnership with the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University, report a steady drop in support by active-duty troops surveyed in late July and early August.

Among those surveyed, 41% said they would vote for Democrat Joe Biden if the election was held today. Only 37% said they plan to vote to reelect Trump”

And then, as Diana west says, they back people into a corner with these types of smears that make you look awful just to dispute, and then mock and smear you more if you are silent about it, or contest it. Just see here, here and here….acting like because four reputable news outlets with anonymous sources printed it, it must be true.

The third story is based on some taped conversations with a reporter about covid back in the day, which is now being spun as Trump knew more about how dangerous covid was way before anyone else and he hid it and lied. Based on him saying to the reporter that he didn’t let on how scared he was – which is what you hope for in a leader. But this is when Joe Biden was saying it was racist and xenophobic for Trump to put a travel ban on pepole from China and Europe, back in January, though that was when CDC and WHO were saying travel was fine. Looking with 20/20 hindsight and now usig as their campaign slogan Trump lied, people died. It is so sickening!

Jaw Dropping Malevolence Goes Unpunished, while the Deep State/Globalist Puppets Lead in Polls

We’re less than 2 months out from the election on November 3, 2020, as far as I can see, the most important election in the history of America. On one side, we have the very wonderful President Trump, who has put in as much as a person possibly could and has come in with a punk attitude, but an absolutely impeccable life, because in spite of 14 Trump haters which were all that worked on the Mueller special investigation, they found no wrongdoing. President Trump should be leading in the polls, and may be in people’s hearts, and if he is not, it is only because of the jaw dropping malevolence of so many acting in concert to destroy America and President Trump at the same time. And the worst part is, as President Trump says “They actually want to destroy you (middle class good Americans) but I am in their way” I think that is a good part of why the insane actions of the left against President Trump have enraged and terrified us so much — because we know that what they do to him, they will do to us. Now the problem is just how to get the brainwashed voters to understand that if they cut down President Trump, they –we all– are next in line.

If there’s anything the other side has demonstrated since around 2015, it is their complete willingness to violate every law in service of their satanic goal of permanent power –over the world. I presume since they are so soft on China and democrats are who brought it into permanent member status at WTO and since they love communism and totalitarian information control and everyone controlled and everything mandated or forbidden – that they don’t fear China’s CCP but rather envision merging with them in some sort of elite divide the spoils system. IT is horrifying to think we are at this point. While it used to be a small bit gratifying to be proven correct when they first started laying their demonic cards on the table, -after all, as mordecai richler said “the problem with conspiracy theories is they so often turn out to be true”the gratification pales next to the horror experienced when realizing that yes, the things we thought they wanted and would do to get them turned out to be true, and were in fact, of an order of magnitude worse than even the worst we had imagined. Crazier yet –has been to watch them orchestrate the turning of the tables so that President Trump and the good guys -are the bad conspiracy theorist dangers and THEY the good guys.

Watching how they have gained control – outside of government and so beyond the protections of the US Constitution as they are “private companies” and the ones they are harming through their manipulations are not “protected classes” under the civil rights act, nor are we “historically oppressed”. No, the middle class Americans are by and large whites, you know, and conservative – the ones who believe in the values that brought the country thus far, and the ones whose labor and money and adherence to the law and God keep the basic structure of the country functioning as a first world civilized nation. Those, of course, are the ones the evil elites want gone, and thanks to the immigrtion law of 1965 and college brain washing, they now have their ready to go army of brainwashed students and non whites who can be convinced that we middle class whiteys and Trump voters, and President Trump, are the ones to turn against.

Everything is on the table now – they have announced their goals back in 2015, but they thought they had it in the bag with the 2016 election, and have spent every breath since they lost working to remove the President the American people voted for, and on covering up – their actions, long enough to limp through to impeachment or a coup or the election this November.

President Trump has had to battle the most viperous people, all secretly unified in this criminal conspiracy – with the information the public sees more and more controlled by the globalists sliming against him, all together. He has had to do so while also doing work to improve America and keep his promises to the American people — which he really has done –we can see that absolutely anything he could do towards the goals he set to reach, he has taken – delegating properly, thanking people properly, consulting the best – all the things you would expect a very successful CEO to do if he turned up and started running a company that needed to be turned around. But it is a big ship, and worse, is filled with rats and termites and snakes drilling holes in the side, and purposely handicapping the President as he tries. If you imagine, a CEO would have a hard time if within his company were a bunch of people who wanted the company to fail and were trying to make it fail, make him fail. That alone would make it hard.

But in addition to that., we have the continuing weaponization of the justice department and the intelligence agencies and even the administrative staff at the white house, some of them – cause someone is leaking –all working it appears for John Brennan past director of CIA under Obama, and Devin Nunes today said it looks like he is the one, was the one –giving the orders for this weaponization.

There is more than just him, but the interconnectedness of all of them — I don’t even understand how they are so able to be so unified – always unified message–always backing one another–craftily one does this, then the other builds on it, then the other pops out and runs a story like some orchestrated movement piece. Yet this is being done under our very noses – in perfect synchronicity. How? Millie and Tore and Patrick mention key points that make a tor based undernet being where they communicate, out of site of us. That and along with through the private contractors who are given access to all data, then using that as blackmail. Which I expect ties into why this goes unremarked, or remarked by a few, but unpunished. Patrick and Tore have tried to report it – they are sharing only what they can in an unclassified environment, and the public source information they reference and connect together – but they have said the oig Mueller, fbi etc don’t even want to hear from them. It makes it very apparent that crossfire wind and crossfire hurricane in fact referenced how the investigation of the “Trump-Russia collusion” was in fact a redirection to keep the focus away from their actions long enough that a new puppet president could be brought in. The way all this cabal thought it would go in 2016 and has every intent of making happen this year. We don’t hear about them, but you know it will come out down the road, oh, they were still active. Obviously, since the feet dragging on all FOIAs from judicial watch, and then no interest by IG or AG even with the information right there in (redacted) but still enough to show criminality by multiple members of the cabal. Is the blackmail why we see this horrific inaction when it is a conspiracy against the USA and against the President of the USA? no one can stop it? For four years we’ve been waiting, and yet only see swift injustice against the Trump team and absolutely none against the cabal. That means they have had this whole time not with their life and papers seized by some government agency where they can’t even reach them to do normal stuff (because if you’re not in the cabal, they take your computer, phone, tablet, any electronic storage and papers they want, and keep them for years. So you don’t destroy them. Even if there[‘s nothing on them it turns out, they still kept those people in fear and unable to access their own computer and phone etc files for up to four years. Yet, even though they wiped two of the phones right around when Mueller put out his report exonerating Trump in 2018 and Sidney Powell asked them, demanded by official letter or motion, for them to seize the phones of the rest of the Mueller team, no they got to hang onto their government phones for these whole two years while Durham got around to them, and then, right before he was to meet with them, oh, turns out all the phones were wiped. Two times, Weissman, the demonic bulldog who uses terror tactics to get convictions, no wrong may be done by anyone he is investigating, yet he turns around and thumbs his nose, oops i accidentally wiped two of my phones I used during that time. And there are slimes in NSA DNI FBI CIA, so no one can find some back up copy? How about simply indicting him for obstruction of justice and destruction of evidence? Yet, again, is it the blackmail that causes this situation where, after 2 years of Jeff Session being immobilized regarding this by a two minute sheep dip convo with a Russian the DNC flew into america just to trick him with, we get Barr and no action. No attorney general steps in and indicts any of these people. Instead, they turn their terror tactics on President Trump’s people – who, four years into the presidency, are still in court trying to get their cases dismissed – and that’s AFTER the government admitted their wrongdoing.

. . As usual, the ones doing the bad there insist in the most sickening fashion that THEY are apolitical and concerned about justice. They must know that to those of us who actually care about real justice (fair application of the law to each, meaning, no matter what “side” the person or organization is on, they are treated the same – no cases brought only against those considered enemies) how it causes us to be absolutely apoplectic when we are accused by those who do the most jaw-dropping injustices of all, and then laugh at us, because it is a provocation, and a game to them, in their sick little power minds. I don’t want these people even on the streets of society, they are so demented and bad. They knew their actions were bad, because there are clear laws forbidding them. Laws that if one of us breaks, we are ruined. The entire immensity of the government machine comes down on us, immediately. Think of Reality Winner, who printed out a classified document without agent names or secret programs, but an article from a magazine in the classified department she worked at, sent it as a whistle blower to a newspaper, who then handed it to the FBI so as to not lose their in with the FBI. Obviously, media and these baddies at the alphabet are completely on the same team. Mockingbird continues. But she is in prison, she had to call her mom to come take care of her dogs, she never saw them again, and that was years ago, and that was for only that. Yet watch the cabal skate.

But why does nothing happen to the wrong doers I want to know.Inspector general reports reveal insane levels of criminal conspiracy activity by multiple people, and what happens? Nothing. President Trump speaks to the Ukrainian president on a classified call and someone’s third hand rendition of the classified call does not result in them getting criminal charges for violating the classified information law, no, President Trump gets impeached for “abuse of power” for asking the President to look into corruption in a company Ukraine was already investigating for corruption, and then providing them aid. Joe Biden says at a CFR conference which is taped – openly brags about threatening to withhold and withholding aid from the american taxpayers unless they fire the Ukrainian prosecutor investigating the Ukrainian company where his son is working for 800000 a month with no experience. And he is fired and the aid is released. Yet, here’s Joe Biden, running for President for the democrats. We have Clinton’s people granted immunity to give testimony against her WHEN COMEY ALREADY WROTE THE STATEMENT SAYING HILLARY WILL NOT BE CHARGED. We have a dropped investigation into all pay to play and the Clinton Foundation when there are emails asking for donors to be treated differently than normal people when she’s secretary of state.

We have the server at the DNC never taken by the FBI, yet that it was hacked is relied on to go after President Trump and his team for working with the Russians since crowdstrike some firm says at first they found that it was hacked by Russians., although in congress he later retracts that. Does anything happen to Hillary or crowdstrike of the DNC or anyone? No. We have papers released to a FOIA request showing that oops accidentally, in addition to accidentally wiping all the data from Strozk and Paige’s phones back in 2018, the ENTIRE MUELLER INVESTIGATIVE TEAM ALL ACCIDENTALLY WIPED THEIR PHONES. And nothing happens.
The evidence is right there in all the pleadings from the General Flynn case – and in the OIG reports. And in the documents Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch published after he receives it from the government – many times three and four years after requesting it. No charges ever come of all this evidence – and all the weight is on this Durham report, which AG Barr said may be out before the election, and after the election, it depends who wins. I understand doing things by the book and by the law, having all your ducks in a row before going after people, but where is AG Barr on any of this? This continual viewing of malevolent acts which meet all the criteria for criminal conspiracy going unpunished is insanity. How can they all go free when the papers show what they did?

It’s because the of the flex net mentioned in that book about the unelected behind the scenes in the agencies and non profits and think tanks – they all work together, and protect each other. Unless the President takes some action, like a special prosecutor – then these people are just going to skate because the democrat voters think their side has done nothing wrong. And with no indictments, it looks like they have done nothing wrong. How can the other side have all this power for baseless investigations and indictments and there is no one who can use that force against the other side? There is an open criminal conspiracy and there is open sedition and insurrection, and there is abuse of the tools of government, justice and counterintelligence by multiple people. Indict the people who did the crimes. The Ohrs, Mccabe, all the people on the Mueller investigative team, the prosecutor of General flynn who lied and didn’t mention that people who were investigating flynn had been fired for their text messages (strozk and page) all the people involved in paying the spies for stupid reports in order to actually pay them to make findings and sheep dip the various members of the trump team low level volunteers which they then used to get the FISA two hop surveillance of everyone on the Trump campaign.

The level of law breaking is unbelievable – it is so astounding in scope and size as to be fantastic and yet there it is – and there it is, going unpunished, with the result that sheep voters can be told truthfully that no crime has been committed – because who cares what the OIG IG report says, if there was really crime done by the left by any of these people, if any of these bad things witch hunts, abuse of power, weaponization of counterintelligence and justice system that President Trump keeps alleging, if those crimes were done, people would be indicted, investigated.
By the justice system or the counterintelligence system, like PResident Trump and his team was. But the sheeps don’t see this at all, because the jaw dropping malevolence continues unpunished. For God’s sake – whoever in there that has pwoer, take some action to let the sheep voters know these people are bad. Or you are going to get voted out in November, because the sheeps are still believing PResident Trump is bad. And do you know what will happen then, you won’t be anywhere near the levers of power, ever again, none of us will, and all that unpunished weaponization and abuse of power will break forth against all of us.

Ensuring the Color Revolution Project

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and here is Diana West’s interview about the danger of the generals – who are venerated by the media now even though they failed in the recent war and are the ones leading the charge to treat Islam as a religion of peace and appease Muslims who openly discuss taking over our countries and putting them under sharia law. Those wars that no one liked at the time – and which Michael Hastings wrote about before his car mysteriously went 90 mph one night into a tree. Those generals. Also the generals which took the tech software infrastructure used in the last war the stupid hearts and minds war in which they planned to get the fundamentalist muslims to love their american occupiers, that didn’t seem to work, but they then left, went to private industry taking the tech with them which is now darknet and they use as private contractors working for businesses and government doing threat assessment and security. Influence operations and twinning the data stream which is collected by the intell agencies but allegedly destroyed, but the twin copy kept by the private contractors. Millenial Millie’s film, which is banned from the internet but was on bitchute at least, is all about this, so this interview with Diana West below and the above stories fit right in.

But the danger of having generals against you is explained in this article which was linked to by Sidney Powell, General Michael Flynn’s lawyer.

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several cities around the United States
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remain under siege from Marxist
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anarchists and Tifa black lives matter
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supporters and I think most Americans
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are deeply troubled by this Dianna
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welcome back to the show
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crowdsource the truth viewers will
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recognize Diana West she is an
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incredibly brilliant author and
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journalist who has been following the
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subversive communist movement in the
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United States for some time people can
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go to Diana West met and purchase her
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books including American betrayal and
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the red thread to learn some more but
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Diana you’re gonna share some pretty
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shocking to many people information with
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us
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today about these once lauded generals
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who have surrounded Donald Trump what
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have you found
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well I’d like thank you for that
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introduction Jason it’s good to be with
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you I’m really looking forward to having
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this conversation because in many ways
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I’ve been preparing for it since the war
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in Iraq began and the reason I’d like to
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start there just for a moment is I was a
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columnist and editorial writer at the
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Washington Times at the time of 9/11 and
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that’s when my education about Islam and
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jihad and then the wars that followed
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began and I will say that for the first
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few years of the wars the actual hot
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Wars beginning in Iraq and with the
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first actions in Afghanistan as a
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non-military person with no military
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background or expertise I was loathe to
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comment too much on the progress of the
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wars
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I thought experts should be in that
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arena and at the same time I was
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learning quite a lot about Islam the
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institution of jihad
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what Islamic law would mean to the West
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as it came in to the west through
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immigration and other means by which our
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freedoms would be curtailed and lost to
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Islamic
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Syst law and so that was kind of my way
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into the 911 phenomenon the post 9/11
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years was through an understanding of
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the impact of Islam on the West well at
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a certain point I started seeing the
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same influences on our military on our
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military strategy and policy and so I
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would say lo around oh I’m gonna guess
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around 2004 or five I felt a little more
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emboldened to comment on military
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matters from that that pudding because
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what our entire policy our posture after
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9/11 was that Islam as George Bush told
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us Islam was a religion of peace which
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is a lie and that our means to win these
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wars that started in Iraq and
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Afghanistan was to change the perception
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of the Muslim people’s therein toward
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the United States and make them love us
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and this was essentially a hearts and
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minds strategy well I knew something
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about Vietnam and I knew something about
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the failures of hearts and minds and I
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started getting into a study of what was
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called counterinsurgency doctrine which
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becomes sort of the the basis of my
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discussion today because the men who are
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currently ambushing I would say
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President Trump from their positions of
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being retired generals retired
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commanders of American forces Admirals
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special operations Admirals and and the
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most lofty people in our military world
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they are the same leaders who took us
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through Iraq and Afghanistan to what do
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you want to call it failure defeat loss
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waste I mean this is the fruit of their
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labors of their careers and now they
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come into the political arena wearing
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those uniforms figuratively speaking in
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most cases because they’re retired and
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pronouncing as a political revered
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military
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leaders and when you go back and look at
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what they did in Iraq and Afghanistan
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and see what they are doing today in
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this period of crisis the similarities
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are striking the politics are striking
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and the globalism is striking the
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failure to address the fact sister all
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of it is of a piece in other words so
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with that as kind of a an introduction I
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can tell you that all of these leaders
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are not nonpartisan they are not
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apolitical they either have direct ties
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to the democratic machines or globalist
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entities or the military-industrial
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globalist complex I mean these are
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absolutely committed partisans who have
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now lent their positions and the
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military itself to bashing Trump in kind
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of a stage of the rolling coup that
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we’ve been looking at and that that’s
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kind of the general approach we can take
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to the discussion yeah and the rolling
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coup is a perfect explanation for it
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because as you’ve been talking to me
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about this coin this counterinsurgency
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program I I mean you know the way we
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usually do it not just with you Diana
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but any guest is I just want the most
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cursory explanation of what the show
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will be about so I can create a graphic
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but I like to learn the facts as the
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audience does and it occurred to me as
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you just said that this concept of
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changing the rules of engagement and
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changing the approach to
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counterinsurgency in Iraq and
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Afghanistan is exactly what’s happening
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here the Defense Forces are being told
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to stand down
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obviously in Iraq and Afghanistan that
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was the US military and here in our
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cities at home it’s the police the first
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line of defense is standing down and
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we’re all getting attacked and destroyed
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exactly and that is the basis of the
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parallel here and why it’s continuum and
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so when you go back say let’s go back to
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when Stanley McChrystal who right now is
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leading an effort called defeat disinfo
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which is a democratic
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machine effort to really destabilize the
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election or the Democratic candidate
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Biden using artificial intelligence
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tactics communication tactics that were
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apparently learned or at least funded as
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part of our fight against Islamic Jihad
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Isis and other other other named groups
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Stanley McChrystal comes into the
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command under Barack Obama in 2009 and
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the counterinsurgency strategy is ramped
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up and what that means is a greater
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effort to see what the Afghans wanted
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from us Stanley McChrystal actually went
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to villages and said what do you want it
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was an effort to make the Marines and
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army more likable asking them to
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literally this is amande drink lots of
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tea eat lots of goat really get to know
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the people I mean this is the Marines
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going into the sangeun Valley that was
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what the commander’s this was in The
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Washington Post I mean this was reported
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on all along the way go shopping they
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had the the Marines essentially dictates
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through directives and army as well on
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how protocols of handling the Koran
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according to Islamic law they had
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commanders up to General Petraeus
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actually serving as a mouthpiece of
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Islamic blasphemy law in instructing
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people not to criticize Islam I mean
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this was this was an absolute abasement
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of what we believe in our basis and
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freedom of religion freedom of speech as
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a means of this this supposedly
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brilliant theory to win hearts and minds
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to win the people’s trust Admiral Mike
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Mullen another one of Donald Trump’s
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detractors in this same group of of
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high-ranking commanders literally his
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entry into the war was discussions of
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how we must win the people’s trust in
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other words there was not a military
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objective here we were not winning
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terrain we were supposed to win
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psychological terrain and what that
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required was age
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Islamization of American standing of
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American military law of American
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military strategy
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you saw intensely restrictive rules of
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engagement that were inflicted on our
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troops that essentially caused many to
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die and be maimed this was not just out
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of a blue sky this was all part of this
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effort to appear nice I mean think about
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that to appear nice and friendly and
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untrustable I think the most heinous
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thing General Petraeus did in that war
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was issue a directive that went to men
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asking them directing them to walk those
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roads not ride them now think about
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those roads in Afghanistan we’ve all
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heard about the explosive the IEDs they
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were constantly of inflicting casualties
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American casualties when General
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Petraeus instructed the men to walk not
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ride he was putting them in harm’s way
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so that the Afghans could see the
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Americans and that this would somehow
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transform their attitude you know their
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words strip away all their Islamic
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teaching and loyalty to their own people
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and their own traditions and make them
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like the Americans another one and this
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was brought to my attention by a mother
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of two Marines one in Afghanistan one
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interacts if she was following this very
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closely
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take off your ballistic glasses this was
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a general directive yes to look at them
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in the face so that they could see what
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a nice space I’m not kidding Jason the
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sentence well more likely to go blind
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from jab know exactly blind and also
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brain damage because shrapnel can go
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into the brain through the eye and this
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was was this was a directive from
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General Petraeus all part of this effort
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to essentially prostrate and sacrifice
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American men and women to this cause of
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winning Islamic hearts and minds the
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other wing of it was what I called in I
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wrote many columns you know when we were
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preparing for the show I realized I had
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about a decade’s worth of essays to try
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to bring back to a point of recall the
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other aspect was the
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or on civilian casualties there was a
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decision made by these same commanders
11:14
that the reason they must not like us
11:16
had nothing to do with the fact that we
11:18
were infidels and unclean but it had
11:21
something to do with the fact that our
11:22
efforts to help them were inflicted
11:25
civilian casualties doubtless our
11:27
civilian casualties were miniscule next
11:30
to those inflicted by Taliban forces for
11:33
example but this became a mantra of our
11:37
commanders Mullen Petraeus general Allen
11:41
we haven’t addressed yet another one of
11:43
the Trump detractors today but the same
11:45
kinds of strategies that restricted our
11:48
rules are men’s rules of engagement were
11:50
also further tightened so that there
11:53
would be even fewer civilian casualties
11:57
again look at the situation with the
12:00
American police we know from statistics
12:02
gathered by the Washington Post on on
12:05
police shootings that in 2019 we had
12:07
nine unarmed black men killed by police
12:11
and they were burying cases of varying
12:13
reasons and rationales you know argue
12:16
about them take them to court but that
12:18
was the number very small you can
12:20
parallel that with the very miniscule
12:22
number of civilian casualties inflicted
12:24
in this war in Afghanistan and see the
12:26
same mindset at work that this was a
12:28
cause of opposition of rebellion and the
12:34
rest of it we call it systemic racism
12:36
here over there it was it was seen as a
12:39
cause of not winning the war
12:42
this was the mindset of these geniuses
12:45
who now then retire
12:46
come back to the arena and essentially
12:49
try to under undermine the president on
12:53
a new battlefront so it’s a very large
12:58
subject it’s a very important subject
13:00
and thank you for the opportunity of
13:01
just even touching on it because it is
13:03
lost I don’t think we remember these
13:06
recent years very well they kind of go
13:09
by in a blur and it was never something
13:11
that was very popular in the press to
13:13
cover even the left you would think
13:16
would be anti-war and on it but they
13:18
they really weren’t the right was very
13:21
Pro George Bush they weren’t on it
13:22
either and that would be
13:24
me to one other prong of this and then
13:27
I’ll ask your questions from you but and
13:29
this would probably wear my own Bush
13:32
derangement syndrome begins it had to do
13:36
with the trials the the war crimes trial
13:41
so-called the incarceration of American
13:44
military in a number of different cases
13:47
some of the names may still be familiar
13:50
Haditha the pendleton 8 there were other
13:54
cases along the way whereby i studied
13:58
these cases very carefully and and on
14:00
the scene in washington DC i was able to
14:02
go to some of the hearings that were
14:03
held in the different military
14:05
jurisdictions around washington these
14:09
men were put on trial these were show
14:11
trials for the most part again to
14:14
prostrate ourselves before our suppose
14:16
it Islamic allies and this is something
14:19
I wrote about also at length the cases
14:22
Larry Hutchins you have there is a very
14:24
good case here this brings to to mine
14:27
the name of general mattis general
14:29
mattis as a senior marine commander was
14:32
somebody who was a what they call a
14:34
convening legal authority and a number
14:36
of these high-profile cases and his
14:39
behavior in them is is highly
14:41
questionable and and quite disgusting to
14:44
me you and I mentioned offline the case
14:47
of extortion 17 the shoot-down of the
14:51
SEAL Team six members who had been
14:53
involved in the killing of Osama bin
14:56
Laden this is a very disturbing story
15:00
because to cut right to the chase there
15:03
was a situation in which seven unknown
15:06
Afghans went on that ill-fated flight
15:09
without any one they were swapped out at
15:12
the last minute and in the investigation
15:14
of what happened this never was
15:16
explained to anyone satisfaction and
15:20
it’s the most anomalous possible thing
15:22
you could imagine I mean this is not
15:24
some Delta Airlines where they’re
15:27
redirecting passengers this is a
15:29
military flight and the notion
15:32
anyone would be honored who’s unknown
15:34
particularly seven people at the last
15:37
minute this is so outrageous it can’t be
15:40
overstated it can’t be overstated and
15:43
when this happened the there was an
15:45
investigation it’s known as the cult
15:48
investigation after I think it’s Jeffrey
15:50
colt was the officer in charge but over
15:53
him was general mattis and when you
15:57
study the parameters that he imposed on
16:01
that investigation which has been
16:03
discussed in a book the author’s name is
16:05
brown can’t remember his first name but
16:07
he wrote a very good book about this
16:08
it’s something also that believe on the
16:12
father of one of the men killed Aaron
16:15
Vaughn has talked about as well but
16:17
those into some detail and the brown
16:18
book the parameters for the
16:21
investigation guaranteed a whitewash it
16:23
guaranteed that we would never get to
16:25
the bottom of what really happened and
16:27
the swap out of the seven Afghans is
16:30
highly instructive to people when they
16:32
think about the number of killings by
16:34
Americans the murders by yes there’s the
16:36
book by Americans of Americans rather by
16:39
Afghan allies police army regular Afghan
16:43
army Afghan police we had a spate of
16:45
these Admiral McRaven was also somebody
16:49
privy to this investigation
16:51
and indeed somebody who discussed it
16:54
with Billy Vaughn he writes about that
16:56
in his book called betrayed and the
16:58
thing about Admiral McRaven it’s
17:00
relevant here especially is he was so
17:03
besotted with President Obama that in
17:06
Billy Vaughn’s own home where he was
17:07
paying a condolence call of sorts he
17:10
couldn’t stop talking about him and how
17:12
wonderful he was even after Billy Vaughn
17:14
asked him please not to do this you know
17:18
these people are on fire with their
17:20
politics
17:21
John Allen comes to mind General Allen
17:24
the head of the Brookings Institute of
17:27
China funded Brookings Institution yes
17:30
John Allen he comes to mind in this
17:33
context of Afghan murders of Americans
17:37
as somebody who actually gave a speech
17:41
rationalizing a spate of these horrible
17:44
these are inside the why
17:45
inside a camp or encampment where a
17:49
trainee and Afghan trainee or Regular
17:51
Army person who’s in working with allied
17:54
with American forces turns his gun on
17:57
the Americans kills them Tom just
17:59
happened numerous times General Allen
18:02
actually blamed it in a talk you can
18:04
find it where he blamed it on
18:06
operational tempo Ramadan fasting and
18:10
weather
18:11
oh this was his rationale for these
18:15
murders I mean this this is the kind of
18:17
people they they grovel to their host
18:20
countries they they present Americans on
18:23
a platter
18:24
there was another really horrible case
18:27
involving a young Ranger I believe by
18:30
the name of Evan Vela
18:31
they held the trial in Iraq there was a
18:34
one of these shootings a murder so
18:37
called in the war zone and and
18:39
essentially it was performed in Iraq
18:42
rather than stateside as a demonstration
18:45
this is something that that other
18:47
reporters on these stories in
18:49
particularly with the Haditha stories
18:51
saw as well in terms of this was
18:53
supposed to be a demonstration of how
18:55
harsh we could be with our own men in
18:56
order to make the either the the Iraqis
18:59
or the Afghans suddenly like us and you
19:02
know the idea of it is so it’s so
19:04
horrifying but you know this is what
19:07
went on and we lost these these wars
19:10
were just just horrible and today these
19:13
generals are lauded where by the media
19:16
by the left by the Democrats by the
19:19
think tanks like Brookings or the the
19:22
you know General Dynamics and the you
19:24
know the industrial complex type
19:26
organizations the different Democratic
19:28
lobbying firms Carlyle Group Cohen group
19:31
with Crystal group this is kind of where
19:35
these people land their new home base of
19:37
power in Washington and the because the
19:39
press elevates them they are giving
19:41
given stature but when you actually look
19:44
back at their war records I mean these
19:45
are the generals that when Donald Trump
19:47
gave his very first foreign policy
19:49
speech we remember in the spring of 2016
19:51
he expressly said he did not wish to
19:54
have generals who lost wars and and
19:57
policymakers who
19:59
strategy’s lost war in his
20:00
administration and yet these many of his
20:04
generals enter dissonance tration but
20:07
you know I’m sure it rankled and Donald
20:10
Trump was making that distinction
20:12
between what he his agenda he hoped his
20:15
agenda would be and what these record of
20:18
these various commanders really is it
20:22
goes on but you get the general idea I
20:24
think do you think it makes sense that
20:26
they would then enter into this arena at
20:28
this point and really pull the pull the
20:31
cord on it on a little nuclear bomb on
20:34
Donald Trump
20:35
I mean Diana what I’ve been seeing and
20:38
you’ve been talking about it for a long
20:39
time and some other guests on
20:41
crowdsource the truth have been talking
20:43
about it for a long time the second this
20:45
thing started with coronavirus I have
20:48
not believed anything they’ve told us
20:50
about it and that’s not to say that I
20:52
don’t believe that coronaviruses exists
20:55
and that people get sick from viruses
20:56
and die I just know that when you’re
20:58
dealing with stuff like medical stuff
21:00
and technological stuff and legal stuff
21:03
these sophisticated things that the
21:05
average person doesn’t really know that
21:07
much about if they know anything about
21:09
it at all it’s quite easy for a
21:11
sophisticated person to fool an
21:14
unsophisticated person by obfuscating
21:18
the details and just giving a general
21:20
overview and saying oh if you go outside
21:21
you’re gonna get sick so the other thing
21:25
that I’ve observed diana is that social
21:27
engineering is such a prolific thing
21:31
that is I mean we talk about the
21:34
invisible enemy it’s social engineering
21:37
because I didn’t even know what it was
21:39
had never heard the term or even thought
21:42
about it before three years ago and to
21:44
just simply categorize it as lying is an
21:48
oversimplification I think what we’ve
21:50
got it falls into this category I guess
21:53
it was J Edgar Hoover who said that the
21:56
individual is at a disadvantage when
21:58
confronted by a conspiracy that is so
22:01
vast they can barely believe that it
22:03
exists and I think that’s true the
22:07
Brookings Institute which I did not know
22:09
general John Allen
22:12
involved with but this is a sinister
22:14
organization in my view closely linked
22:17
to the law fair blog benjamin widdy’s
22:20
james comey shane harris matt tate this
22:24
group has been very active in covering
22:26
up details about the death of peter
22:28
smith who was allegedly in the process
22:31
of recovering these 33,000 emails which
22:35
I do not believe there were 33,000
22:38
emails I think there were vastly more I
22:40
mean I’ve got hundreds of thousands of
22:42
emails from the time frame that they’re
22:44
talking about and I’m not even the
22:45
Secretary of State we see here in this
22:48
biography of General Allen that it’s
22:52
telling us that um during his nearly
22:55
four decade he served in a variety of
22:59
command and staff positions and that he
23:03
commanded a hundred and fifty thousand
23:05
US and NATO forces in Afghanistan he’s
23:08
the first marine commander in the
23:10
theater of horan during his tenure he
23:11
recovered 33,000 US surge forces now I
23:16
know this sounds ridiculous to someone
23:18
who deals with empirical facts and is a
23:20
very traditional journalist and sort of
23:23
straight thinking clear-headed person
23:26
like you but I think this number 33 is a
23:29
steganographic marker that is used to
23:31
indicate things almost like a coded
23:33
message to those who know now when you
23:37
mentioned Stanley McChrystal my thoughts
23:39
immediately go to Michael Hastings
23:41
was to be investigating McChrystal when
23:44
he died at the age of 33 he’d written
23:48
his very famous McChrystal piece for
23:50
Rolling Stone no Jason is worse he was
23:52
investigating John Brennan yes and and
23:55
we know we know about about WikiLeaks
23:58
reveals related to controls of cars and
24:02
Rossi ia minds of a toolkit that they
24:05
have for this kind of potential
24:08
assassination I mean that is one of the
24:10
strangest cases certainly that
24:12
mercedes-benz has ever seen come down
24:15
the pike it’s wonderful cars so know
24:18
that that his name should come to mind
24:20
and and that story is one that just sits
24:22
in Fester’s with with many of us but not
24:24
enough
24:25
um it’s it’s it’s quite a cabal and
24:29
you’re right to invoke that notion of a
24:33
vast kind of interlocking conspiracy
24:37
because these people do overlap there
24:39
you see their names pop up and in relate
24:41
you know just as you were saying with a
24:43
lot fair people they they interrelate
24:46
they double-dip they are you know in and
24:50
out of each other’s McChrystal and
24:52
Petraeus for example came in and out of
24:54
each other’s commands I mean they they
24:55
tend to backstop each other
24:58
perpetuate each other and they’re never
25:01
questioned they were never brought up
25:02
that becomes a cult of the generals I
25:04
mean I think that part of it comes from
25:06
so much of the media never had certainly
25:09
coming into this generation never had a
25:12
military experience and so there is that
25:15
kind of edge particularly for the men I
25:18
think it’s fair to say in regarding the
25:20
military especially when they see the
25:22
military is no longer an anti-communist
25:25
force that hasn’t been that way for some
25:28
generations and is actually a bunch of
25:31
listen I have stories that I can get
25:33
links for where you have commanders on
25:36
the ground talking about how what
25:38
they’re doing in Iraq or Afghanistan was
25:40
literally quote armed social work when
25:43
you talk about social engineers people
25:44
discussed what McChrystal was doing in
25:46
Afghanistan as as working in a petri
25:49
dish I mean if you are the mother sister
25:52
wife brother of son father of a soldier
25:56
you don’t want to hear that your your
25:58
loved one is being used in some kind of
26:01
social experiment and that’s why when
26:03
you actually realize the the toll of
26:07
this war on our military multiple
26:10
multiple stints what do they call them
26:14
you know the word we feel like Joe Biden
26:17
horse tours well thank you multiple
26:20
tours you know ten tours I mean this is
26:23
not unusual it’s it’s insane but it’s
26:25
not unusual what that does to a person
26:27
one of the things that it did do and
26:28
going back to what General Petraeus
26:30
ordered and they all all ordered this in
26:32
terms of those patrols endless patrols
26:36
we ended up with a new kind
26:39
full of battle wound I believe it’s
26:41
called dismounted complex blast injury
26:46
and what that basically means is is the
26:50
loss of limbs and the number of lost
26:53
limbs
26:54
you know paraplegic quadriplegic out of
26:57
these wars especially Afghanistan is
27:00
staggering and you know the this is this
27:03
is a cost of the war that I have never
27:06
seen any of these commanders held
27:08
accountable for in it then when you see
27:12
them praised as these shining virtuous
27:16
own a political America lovers it’s it’s
27:21
it’s it’s really revolting I mean you
27:23
know just put it there’s nothing no
27:25
other word for it is is absolutely
27:27
stomach-turning but this is who they are
27:32
it’s you know another one to talk about
27:34
perhaps is Admiral stavridis who came
27:37
out early in the the kind of assault on
27:39
Donald Trump and I watched his
27:42
appearance on Meet the Press last Sunday
27:44
three times he went up Todd asked him
27:47
what what was the trigger for bringing
27:49
him out into this political world
27:52
actually he’s been there before but in
27:54
this in this cycle he said it was it was
27:57
because Donald Trump deployed active
28:00
military force to clear Lafayette Square
28:03
he didn’t I mean actually he talked
28:06
about the need for it and he talked
28:08
about he might be doing this and he
28:10
mentioned that if the governors and
28:11
mayor’s don’t take care of this problem
28:13
he would do it himself but actually
28:15
Lafayette Square was not cleared by
28:17
active military was National Guard Park
28:20
Service Secret Service other federal
28:23
Federal service not active military but
28:26
three times uncorrected of course by
28:28
Chuck Todd Admiral stavridis said that I
28:31
was able to get through to him a
28:32
question about what his source was on
28:34
this and he could not cite a source he
28:37
vaguely mentioned multiple sources I
28:39
think said I had not seen any he said he
28:41
would check with the Pentagon but then
28:43
he said but the abut the visual sighting
28:46
of general Milley
28:48
would somehow justify him saying
28:52
that active military was used to cleared
28:55
the square I mean it’s kind of its kind
28:57
of absurd which brings us to general
29:01
Milley but this is the kind of you know
29:02
when they’re actually asked a question
29:03
they don’t have an answer but it’s all
29:06
about this agitprop the social
29:08
engineering you’re on that there they
29:10
are deeply committed to and and you know
29:13
people have to recognize it for what it
29:15
is and either cheer them or or jeer them
29:18
because it is it is nothing about it is
29:21
is is military or apolitical they are
29:24
they are they are wearing a costume when
29:27
they make these comments and that is who
29:29
they are and one thing I want to point
29:31
out this is a release this is a good
29:33
opportunity to help people understand
29:36
our status social engineering actually
29:39
works is that we’ve got this article
29:42
here in the New York Times which is
29:44
talking about live updates as you’re
29:46
about George Floyd president top general
29:49
apologizes for roll in Trump photo-op so
29:53
what we did is we started with a story
29:56
about the President of the United States
29:57
walking literally across the street to a
29:59
church that was set on fire during a
30:03
protest in the middle of Washington DC I
30:05
mean this is an attack on the city of
30:07
Washington DC the freedom of religion
30:10
holy symbols sacred things to many many
30:14
people and I thought this was a totally
30:17
inappropriate a totally appropriate
30:19
thing for the President to do to walk
30:21
over there show the strength of we’re
30:24
not gonna allow this to happen and it
30:26
was categorized as a photo op that was
30:29
days ago now here we are five minutes
30:31
ago
30:32
the New York Times now the story is top
30:34
General apologizes this photo-op thing
30:38
is now a foregone conclusion that moves
30:41
down the line we’re like we can no
30:43
longer even debate this because the top
30:46
question now is this guy apologizing and
30:49
this is how the social engineering works
30:51
they start with one lie and then they
30:54
paper it over with lie after lie after
30:56
lie so that you cannot even get to the
30:59
root of the matter they’ve got you
31:01
arguing and
31:03
reading over something that has nothing
31:05
to do with the actual effect it’s
31:08
absolutely true that’s how
31:09
disinformation is another way to think
31:10
about it how it gets layered and echoed
31:13
and amplified and repeated it’s also
31:16
very confusing to people because so much
31:18
of what they do does not really make
31:20
sense I mean we can look at general
31:21
Milly’s zigzag we can look at the
31:24
defense Secretary’s zigzag
31:26
I mean his role in this is quite
31:28
interesting a defense secretary mark
31:30
Esper whose father our uncle I’m sorry
31:34
his uncle by the way has an interesting
31:36
historical role in in social engineering
31:39
as you would call it or disinformation
31:41
or battle battle confusion he was an
31:46
important associated this is the uncle
31:48
important Associated Press correspondent
31:50
in Saigon during the Vietnam War and I
31:54
was looking back at Peter brace drop who
31:56
was a very famous journalist at the time
31:58
who wrote a book about the the press
32:00
cover the press complete bollocks scene
32:03
of the Tet Offensive in 1968 he wrote a
32:07
massive I mean it must be a thousand
32:09
pages about the press coverage of this
32:11
incident and The Associated Press played
32:14
a very important role as a leading wire
32:16
service in perpetuating the idea that
32:19
the Tet Offensive was a victory for
32:21
North Vietnam so it’s kind of
32:23
interesting that his nephew is now
32:26
participating in what we would call a
32:28
charade of some sort a a disinformation
32:30
social engineering operation on Sunday I
32:34
believe it was secretary Esper is on the
32:38
phone with the president and governors
32:39
from the different states and his call
32:41
leaks to the Washington Post what a
32:43
surprise
32:44
I mean this doesn’t even become really a
32:47
story as far as I can tell it leaked
32:48
their call leaked to The Washington Post
32:50
and in it is where you get the source or
32:53
the the incitement for many of these
32:56
generals going after Trump because Esper
32:59
uses the phrase that we need to dominate
33:02
the battlespace
33:04
referring to these burning cities and
33:07
then you see these drug these generals
33:10
and admirals like McRaven and I you know
33:12
maybe mattis also cited it specifically
33:14
but a number of them cite this
33:15
specifically is you cannot
33:17
but the American people as the
33:19
battlespace you know we don’t fight
33:20
Americans and that was Esper it wasn’t
33:23
Trump Trump didn’t use that language it
33:25
was Esper’s language and then as soon as
33:28
you could sort of focus your eyes on it
33:31
as for himself is in public dispute with
33:35
the president on the whole notion of
33:37
bringing military forces into it if
33:39
necessary so that’s a zigzag right there
33:43
that was simply teeing it up for the
33:46
media and then the this cabal of of
33:49
generals and admirals that’s where they
33:52
really kind of did their liftoff was
33:54
this notion of battle space or the
33:56
civilians being discussed as in enemy
33:59
terminology when it wasn’t even Trump
34:01
and then of course the Secretary of
34:03
Defense reverses himself much as Milly
34:05
has done so there’s a lot of narrative
34:08
shifting here that surely looks to be
34:13
purposeful shall we say in terms of in
34:17
terms of giving bait to media and and
34:20
Trump’s enemies and then sort of
34:21
retreating to a politically correct
34:24
position for themselves yeah well you
34:28
know you spoke about how Iraq and
34:31
Afghanistan were a petri dish and I
34:34
wanted to speak if we could for a minute
34:36
but I know you know quite a bit about
34:39
the Center for Security Policy were you
34:42
ever personally acquainted with Phil
34:44
Haney I was yes Haney not well enough
34:51
not long enough and of course Phil Haney
34:53
was testifying at the Holyland trial
34:56
where one of the key pieces of evidence
34:58
was this document an explanatory
35:00
memorandum from the archives of the
35:03
Muslim Brotherhood now where is it that
35:06
this document was recovered it was found
35:08
in a house in a raid was it in
35:10
Minneapolis I believe it was in
35:16
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania this was this
35:20
was evidence in the trial and it’s a
35:22
detailed document that people can read
35:25
published by the Muslim Brotherhood
35:26
talking about civilization jihad
35:29
basically says
35:31
vataj in the Western civilization
35:33
infiltrating the government it talks
35:35
about how local politicians and you know
35:40
things like District Attorney’s mayor’s
35:43
lower-level I mean I’m thinking about
35:46
people like keith Ellison I’m thinking
35:48
about people like Chaz what’s that guy’s
35:52
name in San Francisco who’s like the son
35:55
of the Weather Underground chazar Budin
35:57
don t guard the judge oh oh you’re
36:00
thinking that’s another person yeah
36:01
there’s the there’s the judge who is
36:04
constantly reversing Trump on
36:05
immigration on the the circuit out there
36:07
the circuit court and then you’re
36:09
thinking of Bodine his name yes he’s the
36:14
district attorney in San Francisco and
36:17
he literally was raised by Bill Ayers
36:21
and Bernardine Dohrn because his parents
36:23
were in prison for driving a getaway van
36:26
for the bombing I mean basically being
36:28
an Tifa members in the 1960s so people
36:32
need to really take a moment and look
36:34
back on some of these individuals to
36:36
understand what’s going on right now and
36:39
as you said appeasing a tyrant is not
36:42
something that we can do now back to the
36:45
petri dish comment one general that we
36:47
haven’t yet spoken about is General Jim
36:50
Jones and I’ve frequently shown this
36:52
picture because I think it’s very
36:54
important the sign of course says the
36:57
office of the president-elect and Barack
37:00
Obama looks decidedly younger than he
37:02
does now obviously this is right before
37:05
he became president after he was elected
37:09
before he was inaugurated it’s
37:10
interesting the two people that are with
37:12
him right at the very beginning Hillary
37:14
Clinton and General Jim Jones now the
37:17
the software that was used this social
37:21
engineering application that was used
37:24
was paid for by US taxpayers and
37:28
developed this thing darknet which was
37:31
used to penetrate social media and
37:33
basically conduct this hearts and minds
37:36
campaign that you’re talking about to
37:38
through social media and various
37:41
electronic intelligence means to try
37:44
to penetrate society there now Patrick
37:47
Bergy a US Army specialist in
37:52
information technology told me all about
37:54
this he even said that Jim Jones after
37:58
his retirement took ownership of the
38:00
intellectual property behind the
38:02
software paid for by We the People and
38:05
he created a series of private
38:07
corporations including clear force which
38:09
purports to use this same type of
38:11
artificial intelligence technology for
38:15
risk management within corporations to
38:18
spot and mitigate employees stress or
38:21
risky behaviors that could put your
38:23
organization in jeopardy and Patrick
38:26
Berg he went on to tell us that the
38:28
software has been deployed against the
38:31
citizens of the United States so people
38:33
who watch videos where I’m walking
38:35
around and people who don’t know the
38:37
name of this show or my name seem to
38:40
recognize me from across the street
38:42
behind me and run over to engage with me
38:45
in some way people have suggested that
38:47
those individuals could be part of a
38:49
social network that is getting messages
38:52
just as each of us do from Twitter or
38:54
Facebook
38:55
but this social network is a dark net
38:57
that tells you hey there’s a target
38:59
across the street go over there and tell
39:01
him he’s a racist or start a
39:03
conversation with him tell him you love
39:04
his show
39:05
try to become a guest and get on there
39:07
and do something negative yeah yeah no
39:11
it’s it’s such sinister stuff and you
39:14
know Jones I want to connect Jim Jones
39:16
to cement the power and I don’t remember
39:18
what that connection is but it reminded
39:21
me of one thing I did want to add in
39:23
terms of the social engineering that
39:24
counterinsurgency doctrine is that we
39:27
now see with this whole movement to
39:28
defund the police which is so similar to
39:30
some of the restricted rules of
39:32
engagement that we saw in the wharf the
39:34
warp space and that is that
39:36
counterinsurgency manual that set the
39:40
doctrine for these wars while the senior
39:43
authors on it were General Petraeus and
39:45
general mattis and the introduction to
39:48
it was written by a woman named Sarah
39:50
Sewall who is you know one of these
39:53
people connected to all of these same
39:55
kinds of same kinds of entities
39:58
the reason I bring her up is she’s very
39:59
close Samantha power up Samantha power
40:03
described her as a very close colleague
40:05
of her own when she gave a positive
40:08
review of the counterinsurgency manual
40:10
in the New York Times so it’s like it’s
40:12
like this is a log rolling operation
40:14
they all seem to touch on each other and
40:16
just you know roll it over and keep it
40:18
lubricated and it’s it’s it’s very
40:21
sinister the whole the whole operation
40:23
is sinister and then pieces of it become
40:26
presented to the American public in in
40:28
kind of a a I will say postmodern way in
40:31
the sense of being disconnected from the
40:32
context where you just see the the
40:35
military ribbons and the clothes
40:37
haircuts and the years of experience
40:40
tracking their faces and you don’t
40:42
realize that it’s it’s it’s a masquerade
40:44
and that these are disinformation
40:46
artists social engineers globalists
40:48
first democratic hacks to the core and
40:52
and beneficiaries of the whole
40:54
Washington corrupt lobbying world of big
40:59
tanks and and you know defense
41:01
contractors to a man I mean this is they
41:03
are deep in it and and so it’s only
41:07
because the media is on their side that
41:08
they could even set foot outside the
41:10
door at this point especially as
41:12
generals who should be held in if
41:16
Americans are generous people we won’t
41:18
hold them in disgrace but you know we
41:20
should hang our heads they did not they
41:22
did not win these wars they were
41:24
protracted terrible struggles that
41:26
wasted man blood and and treasure and
41:29
that is just their that is their epitaph
41:33
if anyone is truly to write it yeah I
41:38
mean even useful wars it wasn’t like
41:40
these countries were invading us you
41:42
know you were I know you were describing
41:45
what the intention was that we were
41:47
there to help but I could easily imagine
41:49
that anybody in any of these countries
41:50
would see the United States as invaders
41:53
I mean frankly when I was just going
41:55
over to the west side to speak to the
41:57
Marines they were so unprofessional and
42:00
offensive and their presence here so
42:02
unwanted and unhelpful that I
42:05
immediately began to resent them and
42:07
their Americans I wanted them to leave
42:09
they weren’t helping me in any way I
42:11
can’t imagine that somebody in any of
42:14
these other countries would feel vastly
42:16
different Samantha Power’s Diana of
42:18
course is married to this weirdo Cass
42:20
Sunstein who wrote a book about
42:22
conspiracy theories and other whatever
42:25
he is associated with two of the most
42:27
despicable universities I’m aware of the
42:31
University of Chicago Law School which
42:34
is closely affiliated with Bernardine
42:36
Dohrn and Barack Obama and Harvard Law
42:40
School which is also affiliated with
42:42
Barack Obama
42:43
Alan Dershowitz litany of really
42:47
objectionable individuals Cass Sunstein
42:51
was also the administrator for the
42:54
Office of Information and regulatory
42:56
affairs I don’t know exactly what the
42:58
hell that does but again we’re seeing
43:00
this network of people who all seem to
43:02
know each other all seem to be connected
43:05
to this thing are all very sophisticated
43:07
communicators they’re academics and
43:11
politicians it’s very weird it’s very
43:16
weird it’s very disturbing particularly
43:19
as the generals coalesce and then you
43:23
have you know the absolutely blithering
43:26
Biden today making comments about how
43:29
they’re gonna rip Trump’s skin off
43:32
removing from the White House he says
43:35
the White House yeah so I don’t know how
43:38
crazy Joe is no really doing is
43:40
messaging but it’s it’s it’s it’s quite
43:44
sinister and and you know when you talk
43:47
about what Trump can do about any of
43:49
these things my feeling about him is
43:51
from a very far distance is his power is
43:54
no more and no less than Magga his
43:58
supporters I feel like his isolation in
44:01
Washington could hardly be more intense
44:03
and if he survives in every way we want
44:08
him to survive through to Election Day
44:10
and wins we may be able to see him
44:13
regroup but I feel like this is a
44:16
difficult difficult difficult waters to
44:20
navigate and
44:21
and very dangerous and so yes they are
44:24
trying to set them up for something and
44:26
it’s a developing situation and no
44:28
crisis you know every crisis should be
44:30
what does it don’t let any crisis go to
44:32
waste I mean very dangerous very
44:35
dangerous times yeah I also want to
44:37
bring something else to our viewers
44:39
attention and ask your opinion of this
44:41
so I watched this clip where Joe Biden
44:43
was speaking with what is this guy’s
44:46
name again
44:48
the comedian Trevor Noah and you know I
44:52
don’t find Trevor Noah particularly
44:54
funny I don’t think he’s American he has
44:57
like a British accent or maybe South
44:58
African and so you know Joe Biden not
45:03
that long ago told a black man if you
45:07
don’t vote for me
45:08
you ain’t black which first of all I
45:11
mean I don’t hear Joe Biden used the
45:13
word ain’t too often so it seems to me
45:15
like he was doing that in a weird old
45:18
white guy way of trying to sound black
45:21
which seems very condescending to me and
45:23
I don’t understand why another black
45:25
person would interview Joe Biden much
45:28
less consider him anything other than a
45:31
tone-deaf ignorant racist himself but
45:34
here he is with one of the most
45:35
prominent figures in news / comedy media
45:39
Trevor Noah who every time I’ve seen
45:42
Trevor Noah before his hair is very
45:44
neatly groomed he’s wearing a suit he
45:47
looks like an extremely sophisticated
45:48
guy the way he’s presenting himself in
45:51
this clip he looks much more like
45:53
somebody who would be out in the street
45:55
peacefully protesting or even pulling
45:57
that hoodie up and throwing a garbage
45:59
can through a window and I think he is
46:02
trying to subliminally message to people
46:05
that he’s drawing himself closer to
46:07
these crowds that we see on the street
46:10
while he’s simultaneously interviewing a
46:12
pandering tone-deaf ignorant racist
46:15
moron who says that you know he
46:18
anticipates something that I don’t think
46:20
we have any reason to believe that
46:21
Donald Trump would actually do and then
46:23
he says the military is gonna remove him
46:25
from the White House which gives us a
46:27
sound bite that can be blasted across
46:29
the world about this image of the
46:32
military removing the president from
46:35
not at all helpful during an
46:37
unprecedented moment where our cities
46:39
are just wracked by lawlessness and you
46:43
know civilians who want to conduct
46:45
business and have an economy and make a
46:47
world that’s better for white and black
46:49
people alike are rightfully afraid in
46:52
their homes right bring up so many good
46:55
points and those are great observations
46:57
about Trevor no I so agree he was
46:59
projecting and a new kind of image and
47:02
of course he didn’t ask Joe Biden about
47:04
those comments about Ronnie black that
47:08
is a perfect illustration of something
47:10
which is it’s not hypocrisy hypocrisy is
47:14
not involved in this the the phrase from
47:17
the 60s is the issue is never the issue
47:19
the issue is always the revolution so he
47:22
would not expose the vehicle of
47:24
revolution for him which would be a
47:26
Biden victory to any kind of examination
47:29
or or you know criticism so they they
47:33
ignore these things that are supposed to
47:35
be animating them racism in America is
47:37
supposed to be animating him but he will
47:40
not bring that up that line up to Joe
47:41
Biden who by the way his whole career if
47:44
we’re pulling down statues from the past
47:47
Biden’s career was essentially put in
47:49
motion by a man named Al Gore senior who
47:51
voted against the Civil Rights Act in
47:53
the 1960s who who was closely affiliated
47:57
and and Biden benefited from this as
47:59
well to a Soviet asset named Armand
48:02
Hammer so I mean we are looking at at
48:05
someone who’s whose roots are so you
48:08
know dirty on on all accounts and again
48:13
no exposure from the left to just his
48:15
affiliation with Al Gore senior of
48:17
course they wouldn’t bring up Armand
48:19
Hammer and and you know that affiliation
48:21
well who is never heard of this guy
48:24
before Armand Hammer was a a billionaire
48:27
who was known as a philanthropist and
48:30
maybe you could call him a little bit of
48:32
a George Soros type figure although not
48:34
not in the spectacular fashion that
48:37
Soros is networked and exploded these
48:39
networks around the world but he was
48:41
somebody of great influence whose
48:43
fortune came out of Soviet Russia and
48:47
his fortune came out of
48:48
a Occidental Petroleum yet affiliation
48:52
Occidental yeah there’s so many
48:56
subscribing in my brain right as you’re
48:59
speaking and so I know that sometimes
49:01
the Diana you are an intellectual and I
49:04
know that sometimes the things that I
49:05
say sound incredibly dopey yeah when you
49:07
say Armand Hammer I immediately think of
49:10
this now his father’s whole family were
49:15
Soviet agents they were all communists
49:18
and they were given oh gosh the story is
49:20
quite good and I don’t I won’t be able
49:22
to give it to you but basically they
49:24
were giving concessions by Lenin the
49:26
family the father and were able to get
49:28
rich and the great book on on an Armand
49:33
Hammer and and the really explosive book
49:35
he brought it he brought to light his
49:37
Soviet intelligence work or um certainly
49:41
influence was by Edward J Epstein and he
49:44
wrote he wrote the really the
49:46
groundbreaking biography of hammer back
49:49
in the you might say late 80s huh yeah
49:54
and so that yeah dossier it’s a great
49:56
book and anyway hammer was very
50:00
instrumental in ders money-wise and in
50:03
fact was part of Al Gore’s jr. I believe
50:06
the story goes was trying to get an
50:08
invitation to the Reagan inauguration
50:11
for Armand Hammer there was some kind of
50:13
friction there that Reagan would not
50:16
tolerate but that’s how you know deep
50:18
the family was with with Armand Hammer
50:20
and or senior was a benefactor for Joe
50:27
Biden’s early political career which
50:30
also yeah was joined with a thing called
50:33
Council for a livable world which was
50:34
kind of a you might call it a kind of
50:37
communist friend who set up by a
50:38
communist it was basically very very Pro
50:41
Moscow in terms of arms policies arms
50:44
limitations on the American side that
50:46
kind of thing back in the same day and
50:48
that was where Biden comes from as well
50:49
so he comes from the far left and also
50:52
sponsored by the anti-civil rights
50:54
Democrats so there you have it
50:57
what about this guy’s I mean I don’t
50:59
mean to get caught up on minutiae
51:01
but I just find it too coincidental this
51:03
actor Armie Hammer just so oh but no
51:08
you’re right to bring him up you know
51:09
why when Clint Eastwood made a really
51:12
abominable movie about J Edgar Hoover
51:14
where he would all kinds ecology into
51:17
film you know about Hoover wearing a
51:19
dress there’s no evidence for this and
51:21
being a homosexual there’s evidence for
51:22
this great review of if you want the
51:24
actual rundown of all the untruths by
51:28
the greats M Stanton Evans wrote a
51:30
review of the Hoover movie anyway they
51:33
made this actor who is Armand Handler’s
51:37
grandson yeah as I think Hoover’s sorry
51:47
quality I think so yes there is
51:50
I saw the movie so you but you’re saying
51:53
there’s no evidence that J Edgar Hoover
51:55
was a homosexual I thought no I mean
51:59
there’s not it’s a rumor it’s something
52:02
that they inscribe now in the American
52:05
consciousness Wow I mean you see it so
52:08
you believe it Wow
52:10
so it’s all social engineering there’s
52:13
so much social engineering constantly
52:15
bombarding us it’s amazing now the one
52:18
other thing I wanted to mention about
52:20
social engineering is that the story in
52:22
the newspapers right now is ooh maddis
52:25
left and mark Mellie or whatever the
52:29
guys name is has this bad thing to say
52:32
about Trump and they want the message to
52:33
be you look all these great patriotic
52:36
generals who are wonderful people who
52:38
you should trust they’re all turning
52:40
their backs on Trump and I’ve been
52:42
saying for a long time and it’s it’s a
52:45
difficult thing for me to say the social
52:47
engineering is very sophisticated and
52:49
it’s very skilled at putting the target
52:51
in a position where even defending
52:53
themselves makes them look worse because
52:56
what I observe is that the social
52:58
engineers that have been dogging me and
53:00
trying to cancel crowdsource the truth
53:03
from the beginning they want to do the
53:06
same thing they want to insert people
53:08
who initially appear to be allies and
53:11
there’s a long list of these people that
53:13
regular
53:14
viewers are gonna remember I’m not gonna
53:15
promote them here by mentioning them but
53:17
the idea is they come they participate
53:20
for three months six six months maybe
53:23
even longer then they do something to
53:25
create a fight that when you actually
53:27
investigate the issue it makes no sense
53:30
why is this a fight I don’t understand
53:32
what you’re even arguing with me about
53:34
but then it’s no longer the issue the
53:36
issue is who this person left that
53:39
person left that other person left and
53:41
then they want someone to be an insider
53:43
or a whistleblower and that creates
53:45
drama and causes people to think oh well
53:47
this person was Jason’s friend or this
53:49
person was very close to Trump it looks
53:52
like all of them are turning against
53:53
them something must be wrong with Trump
53:55
something must be wrong with Jason but
53:58
it’s actually just a concocted show to
54:02
put a bunch of people who were traitors
54:03
in the first place close to the target
54:06
so that they can turn it’s like the JC
54:09
Masterman double cross system I think
54:13
that’s true and I think that it’s
54:15
something we can really see in all of
54:17
its crudité frankly I mean it once you
54:19
see it you really see it certainly
54:22
that’s the case with that’s the case
54:26
with with with mattis who you know when
54:29
he gave a policy speech at the Heritage
54:31
Foundation what was he he was lauding
54:33
the international system of the United
54:35
Nations the IMF the World Bank and he
54:38
said that our problem and this was circa
54:41
2015-2016 was to perpetuate the liberal
54:44
world order so I mean the idea that he
54:47
even entered the Trump administration is
54:48
insanity given that Trump again the
54:51
counter-revolutionary figure out to
54:53
rebuild the nation out to separate
54:55
America from the world order no longer
54:57
subsumed by the world order which is
55:00
where all of these people are this what
55:03
animates them so yes they enter the
55:06
administration they they leave they’re
55:08
they they set up these concocted fights
55:10
I mean I would submit that the whole
55:12
black lives matter movement that we’re
55:14
watching inflame our cities with antifa
55:16
is a concocted a rationale given that
55:20
Derrick Chauvin without getting into any
55:21
of the complications around the case
55:23
he’s been arrested he’s been charged
55:26
he’s awaiting trial
55:27
is justice that is our system by the
55:30
same token you could say the generals
55:32
too are acting out on a concocted
55:36
rationale given that it was Esper’s
55:38
comments that upset them Trump didn’t
55:40
activate military and yet they’re
55:42
they’re freaking out over this and
55:44
getting people all excited it’s again
55:46
just creating the dust and the spark and
55:49
the and that the the the chaos and
55:51
that’s what they’re about and and you
55:53
know it’s frankly it ties into the
55:56
pulling down of all the statues the
55:58
renaming of the the forts were named for
56:01
Confederate generals and I would like to
56:02
add one thing really rankles on the
56:04
generals per se having just led men and
56:07
women in battle in war the southerners
56:11
are outrageously disproportionate to
56:15
their population represented in the
56:16
United States military so the idea of
56:19
suddenly calling there our forebears
56:22
there are actual ancestors traders up
56:25
and down the the media now and disgrace
56:28
and reviving this is the worst possible
56:31
civil war you know in the worst war in
56:34
American history our Civil War is again
56:36
shows that they are not Patriots they
56:39
are not concerned with their the
56:41
well-being of their forces of the
56:42
American people this is this is this is
56:45
pure and simple arson of the country and
56:47
they are responsible for it and that
56:49
would be specifically McChrystal who’s
56:52
not part of this and it specifically
56:54
also um who came out with a Petraeus or
56:58
one of them recently wrote an op-ed
57:01
saying we’ve got it we’ve got to take
57:03
down the names of these traitors so it’s
57:05
it’s um I think they show their colors
57:09
and I in my opinion they are not red
57:11
white and blue these these are our
57:14
social engineers as you say in their
57:16
manipulators and they are power seekers
57:19
and they are certainly not people who
57:21
believe in elections because who at this
57:23
time who really believed in the American
57:25
system would be attempting to perpetuate
57:28
the and enabling the destruction of our
57:31
of our peace and our law and order which
57:34
is essentially the side that they have
57:35
aligned themselves with so they are are
57:38
truly bad
57:40
ders and I think revealing themselves to
57:42
anyone who is really taking a look and
57:45
can see past all the fruit salad on
57:47
their chests and the years of experience
57:48
that they have they are there are
57:53
disgrace they are and you know you
57:57
briefly mentioned George Floyd and there
58:02
was something that I was shocked to see
58:03
on CBS last night which was that a guy
58:07
who worked at the nightclub with Shelvin
58:10
and Floyd said that they knew each other
58:13
and they bumped heads and in an effort
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to bring that up right now I see that
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just a few hours ago early this morning
58:19
they’re saying this guy now changed his
58:22
story he seemed very confident when I
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saw him speak last night I haven’t seen
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this reporter prior to this district
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this this disruption in Minneapolis I
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presume he’s some local affiliate you
58:36
know a reporter for the local CBS
58:37
station there and he’s been doing a lot
58:40
of work on trying to dig into this
58:42
relationship between George Floyd and
58:44
Derek Derek Chavan which I appreciate
58:46
especially due to the fact that he’s
58:48
black not for any reason other than it
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seems to me that many people in the
58:55
black community don’t want to listen to
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anything that’s said by somebody who’s
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white so if we have a black journalist
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looking for the actual truth and finding
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it I think that’s incredibly valuable
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because perhaps people will listen to it
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I mean my focus on this issue diana is
59:10
that if these guys knew each other and
59:11
if they were criminals we’ve got Derrick
59:14
Chavan now on you know charges of murder
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he’s obviously a criminal he’s got all
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these other complaints against him
59:20
George Floyd has multiple incarceration
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and he’s accused of using a counterfeit
59:26
$20 bill there’s reports from January
59:30
that almost a million dollars in
59:32
counterfeit bills were seized in the
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port of Minneapolis here this guy gets
59:36
arrested and well murdered basically
59:40
within minutes of using this bill then
59:42
the club they worked at together and the
59:45
police station including its evidence
59:47
room have both burned down and there’s
59:49
evidence to suggest that it was a member
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of the police that did the looting and
59:53
burning
59:53
or at least initiated so was he trying
59:56
to destroy evidence are these guys
59:57
involved in some counterfeiting
59:59
operation out of this club this is where
60:02
my mind goes and if it’s a matter of two
60:04
individuals involved in a criminal
60:06
enterprise killing each other that does
60:09
not have the same implications as a
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racist cop killing an innocent unknown
60:15
racist guy a sorry Ennis an unknown
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black guy it’s not a matter of racism
60:21
it’s a personal dispute between two
60:23
criminals over there criminal activity
60:25
and this appears to be the only person
60:27
in the United States who’s investigating
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right isn’t that isn’t that sad yes I
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know it’s exact but it never is the
60:36
actual facts of the matter that needs
60:39
complications we’ve seen a Trayvon
60:41
Martin other other instances that are
60:44
similar and the stories never check out
60:46
there always ginned up hoaxed up and and
60:49
it doesn’t matter because the horse is
60:50
out of the barn and we’re into you know
60:52
the new the new level of crisis we’ve
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never quite been at a level of crisis I
60:57
don’t think this extensive no yeah it’s
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amazing
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it’s just riddled with social
61:05
engineering well Diana it’s been another
61:07
I think your dog probably needs some
61:09
attention so it might be a time for us
61:10
to remind everyone to visit diana west
61:14
dotnet and to read american betrayal and
61:17
the red thread every time we talk so
61:19
many important details are uncovered and
61:22
i really do encourage people to visit
61:24
your website and purchase the books
61:26
they’re available as audiobooks which is
61:29
very helpful people can listen to them
61:30
on their phone or their device while
61:32
they’re gardening or preparing food I
61:34
know people have a lot of
61:36
responsibilities now that they might not
61:37
have had before but it creates an
61:39
opportunity to perhaps for people to
61:42
educate themselves as some of this
61:43
material that you’ve been all over for
61:46
so long
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anything you want to say before we close
61:49
for the afternoon
61:50
yes actually one thing which is if you
61:53
scroll down a little farther I have a
61:55
collection of my columns called no fear
61:58
and in it are my coin wars columns wing
62:03
wars back my coin wars of Afghanistan
62:05
and also if people
62:07
interested in doing some of research on
62:09
some of these people like the crystal
62:11
and Petraeus if you use the search
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function on my website at the very top
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you can come up with very long story
62:19
cubes about that that are useful for
62:22
students of this because they do contain
62:24
the reports of the day that are pretty
62:27
much lost to us unless you do an awful
62:29
lot of hard research so you can come up
62:31
with a lot about coin or Petraeus or
62:34
Allen and get to the clips of their
62:36
comments and and I hope that’s helpful
62:38
oh yeah good bit of advice for people so
62:42
definitely people want to get over to
62:43
Diana Westnet and check out some of that
62:46
information
62:47
it’s amazing Diana people really need to
62:49
rush to educate themselves because
62:52
things are going on around here that are
62:55
really confusing to people and anyway
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sorry I’m trying to respond to idiot
63:02
comments and I need to focus on you but
63:06
thank you for joining me again today
63:07
Diana it’s a very difficult thing to do
63:10
I want to encourage people also to
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truth you know when I was walking around
63:26
with Charles or tell yesterday people
63:28
might have observed the broadcast got
63:29
cut off when we got right up to the
63:32
protest that’s an area of the city that
63:34
I’ve done live-streaming in before I’ve
63:37
observed that there’s certain places
63:38
that I’m going to in the past few days
63:40
that seems to have a lot of radio
63:42
interference I don’t know if the NYPD is
63:45
using equipment or if the protesters or
63:47
somebody else is using equipment but it
63:50
did disrupt the broadcast and I’ve
63:52
posted the director’s cut with an
63:55
additional more than ten minutes of
63:57
additional footage of Charles and I
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interacting with some of the people at
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that protest and viewers can see that on
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patreon and subscribe star so Diana I
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hope we’ll have you back very soon and I
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hope your dog is doing all right
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and you and your family are safe we’ll
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see you very soon thank you so much
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Jason and thanks everybody for watching
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have a great day

Turning Justice Inside Out

In the ultimate betrayal of justice, a majority of the DC circuit en banc panel decided to overrule the first panel’s granting of mandamus to General Flynn when the Judge in his case refused to grant the Department of Justice’s motion to dismiss and instead

(A) Parties and Amicus.
Petitioner: Michael T. Flynn.
Respondents: United States District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan.
United States: Timothy O’Shea, United States Attorney,
District of Columbia.
Amicus: John Gleeson, Esq.
(B) Ruling Under Review. The district court’s appointment of an
amicus curiae to consider additional charges against General Flynn,
ECF No. 205; its unnumbered minute order of May 18, 2020, granting
amicus pro hac vice status in the case; its order indicating it will grant
a schedule for amici, App. 3; and, its failure to grant the Government’s
Motion to Dismiss with Prejudice pursuant to Rule 48(a), ECF No. 198.
(C) Related Cases. This case has not previously been before this
Court. There are no pending related cases.

.

Under separation of powers, the executive has final say over the decision to charge and the decision to drop charges, so there is that usurpation. Worse yet, although the majority of the en banc pretend that Judge Sullivan was not doing anything extraordinary, not only did he not dismiss it, he appointed as “amicus” to argue against the prosecution a retired judge who had just written an article in the WA PO or NYT saying “It ain’t over til the judge says it is” and set up a schedule of various issues he wanted to explore – of material not in the record.

The amount this veers from proper criminal procedure is astounding – and it is just jaw-dropping that after the insane craziness of the wrongful unjustified politicized mechanations which led to Flynn pleading to lying to agents to keep his son out of jail – but that would be a whole other article to write – or likely a book.

But the very worst thing of all is that this was a case where the prosecutors finally – after judge Sullivan denied all motions Flynn made based on the proprietorial misconduct in the case – where a review by another district, and an oig report revealed the whole thing was a set up – but however they got there, the DOJ moved to drop the case by filing a 100 page motion which contained the evidence of their misconduct.
As in, the DOJ confessed they had abused their power and now wanted to drop the case. Yet this is the case the judge picks to “look behind the decision to dismiss”. Not a case where s a murderer was being let go, no, one where the doj filed their own motion to dismiss which contained evidence – admitting too openly, their misconduct. Which would have been amazing precedent, and as this article says, would have turned the tragedy in the case (for justice and for General Flynn) into a triumph for the American people.
But this article was written when, based on every single other rule 14 dismissal EVER – it was presumed the case would be dismissed. That it wasn’t – and that the judge stopped it and then the en banc panel reversed the decision forcing him to dismiss it, and reinstating his appointment of amicus (and his invitation to all and sundry others to file any amicus briefs they want ed)

Here are some excerpts from the order overturning the granting of mandamus and forcing the district court to dismiss the case, which reinstates the retarded amicus he appointed to argue against the goverment, and allows all this evil fact finding.

Lame Part:

Following the issuance of the panel opinions but before the
order became effective, see D.C. CIR. R. 41(a)(3), the District
Judge made a filing in this Court entitled “Petition for
Rehearing En Banc,” to which Petitioner and the Government
each filed a response. An active member of the Court also
made a sua sponte suggestion that the case be reheard en banc.

Nonetheless, we granted rehearing based on a suggestion of a
member of the court, as reflected by the fact that our order granted
rehearing en banc without stating that we “granted the petition

Because this Court granted en banc review based on the
suggestion of a member of this Court to do so sua sponte, we
need not resolve the question of whether the District Judge—
who is not formally a respondent under Federal Rule of

Appellate Procedure 21—is nevertheless a “party” who may
petition for rehearing en banc pursuant to Federal Rule of
Appellate Procedure 35(b).

We conclude that mandamus is
unavailable because an “adequate alternative remedy exists.”

Here, Petitioner and the Government have an adequate
alternate means of relief with respect to both the Rule 48(a)
motion and the appointment of amicus: the District Court
could grant the motion, reject amicus’s arguments, and dismiss
the case. At oral argument, the District Judge’s Attorney
effectively represented that all these things may happen. See
Oral Arg. Transcript at 122:24–25, 123:1–9. Even if the
District Court were to deny the motion, there would still be an
adequate alternate means of review perhaps via the collateral

order doctrine or a fresh petition for mandamus challenging the
denial, see United States v. Fokker Servs. B.V., 818 F.3d 733,
748–49 (D.C. Cir. 2016); United States v. Dupris, 664 F.2d
169, 173–74 (8th Cir. 1981), and certainly on direct appeal by
Petitioner following sentencing.

Fokker dealt with the separation-of-powers harms that
followed the denial of the government’s motion. This case
raises a different set of alleged separation-of-powers harms
from the still-unfolding process of deciding the Government’s
motion. And at this stage, those harms are speculative,
especially when the arguments advanced here against that
process were not first presented to the District Court by
Petitioner or the Government.

Quite simply, the only separation-of-powers question we
must answer at this juncture is whether the appointment of an
amicus and the scheduling of briefing and argument is a
clearly, indisputably impermissible intrusion upon Executive
authority, because that is all that the District Judge has ordered
at this point. We have no trouble answering that question in
the negative, because precedent and experience have
recognized the authority of courts to appoint an amicus to assist
their decision-making in similar circumstances, including in
criminal cases and even when the movant is the government.

Nothing in this decision forecloses the possibility of future
mandamus relief should the District Court’s disposition of the
motion to dismiss or other order violate the separation of
powers or some other clear and indisputable right. We

The dissent suggests that our approach here is inconsistent
with In re Hillary Rodham Clinton & Cheryl Mills, No. 20-
5056 (D.C. Cir. Aug 14, 2020), ignoring the fact that we denied
the writ as to petitioner Mills because she had an adequate
alternative means to seek relief, id. at 8–10, the same reason we
deny it here. We granted the writ as to Clinton, the other
petitioner, because, unlike here, she did not have an adequate
alternative remedy under our precedent, id. at 7–8 (citing In re
Kellogg Brown & Root, Inc., 756 F.3d 754, 761 (D.C. Cir.
2014)), and because, unlike here, the district court had actually
ruled on the motion at issue.

The good come back

my colleagues set an
impossibly high bar for a trial judge’s impartiality to
“reasonably be questioned,” 28 U.S.C. § 455(a), and seem
content to read that subsection out of the United States Code,
even as they infuse Rule 48(a)’s “with leave of court” clause
with enough force to upend our entire system of separated
powers. Because I believe the trial judge’s conduct patently
draws his impartiality into question—and because I believe
§ 455(a) has teeth—I dissent and write separately to explain
why the trial judge is disqualified from further participation in
this case.
When

When a party petitions for mandamus relief pursuant to
Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 21, as Michael Flynn did,
that Rule provides—in careful detail—that the trial judge who
is the subject of the requested relief can participate only to the
extent we authorize him to do so. See FED. R. APP. P. 21(b)(4).
The three-judge panel did authorize the trial judge to
participate by directing him to “file a response addressing
petitioner’s request that this court order [him] to grant the
government’s motion to dismiss.” Order, In re Flynn, No. 20-
5143 (D.C. Cir. May 21, 2020) (per curiam). He can gain no
greater role when, dissatisfied with the grant of the writ, he
seeks en banc review.

Notwithstanding the July 30 order
granting en banc review recites “[u]pon consideration of the
petition for rehearing en banc,” Order, In re Flynn, No. 20-
5143, 2020 WL 4355389, at *1 (D.C. Cir. July 30, 2020), my
colleagues in the majority now recognize their error and vacate
the writ “based on the suggestion of a member of this Court to
do so sua sponte,” Majority Op. 4.


Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 35, which sets out the
en banc review procedure, authorizes only a “party” to seek en
banc review.

). Although many
of his statements throughout this case have been less than
proper, as the panel observed in the vacated panel opinion,
those statements alone “did not indicate a clear inability to
decide this case fairly” inasmuch as all that was required on
remand was “simply to grant the government’s Rule 48(a)
motion to dismiss.” In re Flynn, 961 F.3d at 1223. But his
petition for en banc review with no legal support whatsoever
therefor manifests, first, that he plainly appears to view himself
as a “party”; second, and more important, that his attempted
action removes any doubt that the appearance of impartiality
required of all federal judges has been compromised beyond
repair.

When, over two years later, the government moved to dismiss the charges against Flynn, the
trial judge encouraged the general public to participate as amici, see Minute Order, United States v. Flynn, No. 17-cr00232 (D.D.C. May 12, 2020), and appointed an amicus, not to assist the judge with a complex area of law but instead to
“present arguments in opposition to the government’s Motion
to Dismiss,” Order Appointing Amicus Curiae at 1, United
States v. Flynn, No. 17-cr-00232 (D.D.C. May 13, 2020), ECF
No. 205. And his choice was not just any amicus; the day
before his appointment, amicus penned an op-ed in The
Washington Post suggesting that the trial judge could—and
strongly implying that he should—deny the government’s
motion. See John Gleeson, et al., The Flynn case isn’t over
until the judge says it’s over, WASH. POST. (May 11, 2020, 6:52
PM),
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/05/11/flynncase-isnt-over-until-judge-says-its-over/. Then, on Flynn’s petitioning for mandamus relief and the panel’s ordering the
trial judge to address the government’s dismissal motion, he retained counsel. Entry of Appearance, In re Flynn, No. 20-5143 (D.C. Cir. May 26, 2020) (Beth A. Wilkinson’s entry of appearance on behalf of the trial judge). Finally, after the panel ordered him to grant the government’s motion, he sought to use a procedure limited to a “party” and petitioned for en banc

All their cards on the table – globalist enslavement or free individuals in nations

This year is a nuts year where all the “conspiracy theories” which have been peeked at over the last twenty years are now found laid out on the table, and it’s scary to assess the state of the two sides as it looks more and more like a civil war is going to kick off after the election, no matter who wins.

On our side, accross more of the news sights and in the understanding of the various conservative people whose sites and comments you can still find online.  There are many – and for the first time, going into a second term presidential election, I honestly think that you could say 90% of President Trump’s supporters are very pleased with his performance and how much love he has put into his job, how much energy and how many things he has called out that no one else would ever mention.  Not only that, but withstood more than you would think anyone could bear in terms of constant coup attempts and general evil slung at him and investigations of every find detail – yet to their dismay and our delight, he was a clean good guy they could find nothing.  So there are all those from 2016 who will vote for him again.

It’s shocking to see how the same tribe has wrapped up the internet into a place very much like the media we left behind, with them in charge of all the avenues of communication, and with those all set up to benefit the ones they want, and leave everyone else out.  With more control than they could have dreamed of before that.

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Could Joe Biden really beat Donald Trump in 2020?

President Trump has been a great president and I see no reason people would vote for anyone else. This is our last chance for a long time to have someone in the oval office who does what he said he would do, and who chooses the path of action which the US Constitution allows, and with what is good for America and Americans.

Biden and the DNC have been taken over by globalist elites intent on creating a new world where they are in power forever. They don’t even mention America or the Constitution anymore, which should let you know ahead of time they are getting rid of it if they win.

Their platform is crazy too, if you love America and your freedom and prosperity. They rally behind things that would very quickly actually destroy America – such as green new deal, open borders, and more global policing and interference – as part of the drive to connect us to being under the thumb of the UN and other unelected international bodies. They want your will to be controlled through propaganda and influence operations…and defunding the police to them means replacing the police with artificial intelligence and robotics in law enforcement. You will be longing for the days of human police if you see what they have set up for the future.

It’s sad they have tricked so many people into seeing President Trump as bad, instead of looking at the people saying he is bad. They are the globalist elites with nefarious plans to enslave us all. They don’t care about you, about any of us. Look at them – see what if anything have the people against President Trump really done for communities of color, for the poor, for America, in the last half century? Where did they get all their hundreds of millions of dollars if they have been in Congress this whole time? And the ones who aren’t in Congress, who have been private contractors or attorneys in between government positions, what do their companies do or who are they aligned with and what are the end goals of those they are aligned with?? You will find they are all in a cabal of globalists working for a permanent unelected group of elites to be in power over the entire world.

Don’t believe them. Their words mean nothing. They have lied to you every election, and never do what they say they will. They say they will help, because they will say anything that helps them get into power, but their actions show the truth. They have been lawless and cover their own actions by taking lawless actions against President Trump. They hope you won’t notice or care about this lawlessness they freely use, because they have convinced you to hate President Trump, but remember that the same lawless actions and abuses of official power against President Trump, will in the end also be used against you if they win.

Influence Campaigns, Campaigns, and the Outstanding Integrity of President Trump

Three things

  1. President Trump has been the most investigated person in America at this point, wrongly, of course, but a testament to his integrity and good living and lawful behavior, after all this, they could find nothing.  And in Millennial Millie’s shadowgate movie which is banned on YouTube but which we watched on bitchute, one of the whistleblowers said Trump the candidate was offered by Cambridge analytica to run a influence campaign for hi, but he refused. Because he knew it was a trap, or because, what I think – he wanted to really win.
  2. Which is why it’s bizarre to see so many people bend the knee and come out against the one who is the least a elite puppet ever.
  3. Anyway, more on shadowgate will follow when I paste in my notes here______________.
  4. For now, here is  quote about 527s from Men in Black: How the Supreme Court is Destroying America, by Mark Levin, Regenery Publishing 2005. pages 149-152 in the Chapter Silencing Political Debate. 

    “During the debates leading to the enactment of McCain-feingold, congressman Steve Chabot noted how the media was exempted from anti-corruption campaign reforms “ban corporations labor unions social welfare groups and political groups from advocating issues important to them during specific times in campaigns, but exempts the media. It’s troubling to note that with its own freedom preserved, much of the press rushed to embrace McCain Feingold

    While the non-exempted were subject to the 60 day ban on broadcasting of political advocacy advertisement – continued endorsing with an editorial.

    One of the “unintended” (my emphasis) but entirely predictable consequences of McCain Feingold’s maze of regulation has been the growth of groups known as 527s. They can raise as much soft money contributions as they want. These orgs run by a handful of individuals unaccountable to any political institutions have become extremely influential.

    Since the dems is and always has been less successful at raising funds from small contributors, its wealthy donors have discovered they can simply divert their contribution to these 527 groups which then use the money for Democratic candidates. For example, billionaire George Soros.  As Washington post reported

    “Soros’ contributions are filling a gap in democratic party finances that opened after the restrictions in the 2002 McCain-Feingold law took effect. In the past, political parties paid a large share of TV and get out the vote costs with unregulated soft money contributions from corporations, unions and rich individuals.  The parties are now barred from accepting such money,  But non party groups in both camps are stepping in, accepting soft money and taking over voter mobilizations. According to the center for public integrity, from 200-2004 Soros’ contributions to 527 groups included.

     

  5. America coming together
  6. Joint victory fund
  7. Moveron.org voter’s fund,
  8. campaign for a progressive future  and those are just from before Obama even ran, let alone now. 

    “Soros isn’t alone. The vast majority of the top fifty 527 groups support democrat causes.  Here are the top fifty 527 groups receipts and expenditures.  Joint victory campaign 65 mill receipts, 59 mill expenditures, america coming together receipts 61 mill, spent 55 mill,k media fund, receipts 51 mill expenditures 45 mill, progress for america receives 37 mill, expenditures 28 mill, seiu receipts 28 mill, expenditures 30 mill, american federation of state county municipal employees receipts 20 mill expenditures 19 mill etc.

Still not mentioning a key component and a flashback – say, why didn’t north korea get coronavirus?

Liesabout the border and coronavirus continue.  And you see the slant of the papers, who point out mexico is concerned coronavirus is coming from the usa, nothing about the usa people noticing theairlifts in from mexico. No mention of the projections that there are 127 active cases per 100000 in mexico according to worldmeter versus 26 per 100000 in usa.

No mention of the fact that it is mexicans or should I say latinos of all types of citizenship, who are the ones going backand forth retardedly, makingthe border not really closed.

Canada announced another month of closure of the border – and they are not going back and forth.

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An irritating thing now, but threatened by lies

It’s time to update my wordpress about the status of the coronavirus pandemic in CA and the USA. Happy to report on the one hand that the lock downs were lifted, the beaches are open again, but there are still some nagging lamenesses about it.

One, mystery, no businesses that are large and must have lost absolutely millions, such as disney and knott’s, are pushing to reopen.  Is it because there is no way to make it a good p.r. thing, because better safe than sorry, and it’s just amusement parks, and they’ll look greedy?  Or is it that they somehow know or are getting paid or are somehow able to write off the losses against the taxes they would owe if they stay shut?  I’m thinking a combo. But it does kind of hurt the smaller businesses push back on the government restrictions when the big companies are like, we’;ll just stay shut, see, we’er staying shut.  Movie theaters too, and um, sports, and air travel.  I note that because I am suspicious due to there is usually some hidden thing behind when big corporations just bend the knee, and are who I consider probably also part of the cabal, I assume there is something nefarious behind it that I have missed so far.

The second odd thing is that even though I believe under 10 children under 18 have died from coronavirus, the state is not letting the schools reopen with kids in their actual classrooms.  The paper had a headline “over 100,000 us kids test positive for covid-19”. What they don’t mention is that that very thing is how you build herd immunity – because they catch it, but don’t die, then they become immune to getting it again. It is how the immune system works.  So you want the age groups who don’t die from it out and about mixing, getting it, getting maybe a bit sick, but recovering, then you have a big bunch of the population immune.  Just keep them away from the vulnerable.

Okay, so they can’t open without some waiver thing from the government and I just think it sucks for them to be not in school where they can socialize and learn.  However, at the same time, I do note that I support the idea of home school, so that is weird I think that, given that I also think that the schools are manipulating kids brains in an improper direction against america and morality and truth.  So maybe this could be good.

LA teachers union made a bizarre list of demands about what they wanted before they’d go back to school, including that charter schools be shut down.  Versus everyone on the left and right who are parents likes the idea of charter schools because they get a choice where their kid goes to school, and it is one of the situations where it seems private industry can do it better than public.. Public results in a lot of bloating.  And nowadays, all these stupid requirements are put on schools if they want to receive any public funding from the federal government, which has centralized the power, and was one of the ways the evil cabal centralized power in education and now uses these rules to spread their evil and shut down what they don’t like.  Title IX, title 7, all these anti-discrimination rules, it’s terrible.  I just can’t believe the things that are being taught in college now, the kids are turned against their own race and their own country. So maybe it is better if they don’t go back to school. I just know I would have hated to be stuck with my parents and without my social group at that age. Then again, now they all are just on their phones and don’t really have actual friends they actually put down their phones and talk to or do activities with, so who knows.  I do wonder if it is partly a way to keep everyone from talking in order to manipulate the 2020 presidential election.

 

Since they think that if people talk they will realize people do not support Biden and the commie left Democratic  party and then if they try and say they won people will know its a lie.  But if you keep the libraries closed (they are still closed) and the schools, that cuts out one of the ways people find out what actual others think about things.  I think the cabal always experiments on a small \scale what they want to bring in on a large scale, I think the cabal is going all out to prevent President Trump from being reelected, I think social media and the platforms are completely manipulated against him and to make people who aren’t red pilled believe that the msm is what “most” people think.

There is one more lie with coronavirus which is irritating me and that is that people who are covid-19 positive from mexico – either us citizens, permanent resident,s or Mexican citizens, are being flown to us hospitals in the border states of AZ ca and TX, and then the spike in numbers is being blamed on reopening.  It is not fair that they keep coming across, they stayed in mexico when america was on strict lock down, then when the cases spiked there, they came up here.  Bringing the disease with them.  And worse, they are not being contained in one or two hospitals, because the hospitals are overwhelmed in us by this, they are being airlifted at taxpayer expense to other hospitals – thus spreading it far and wide through the hospitals which were made open and available by americans sadly being locked down to flatten the curve.

Here are multiple articles about aspects of this. One two three four five six seven eight  nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eightteen nineteen twenty twenty-one

The Immensity of Time

In response to the rioters and the insane wishing to bring communism and world order to a Constitutional republic – an answer from force people cannot truly grasp, which is the immensity of time.

In thinking about my fears of fraud in the upcoming presidential election (100 days out) and how many forces of bad are aligned on the other side to stop this good. All for what?

Rather than sink into despair, I am reminding myself of the immensity of time. To that end, I would like to share with you the two descriptions of time I have found that explain the incomprehensible vastness of time in a comprehensible manner.

The first is from Robert Ardrey’s book, African Genesis, which is all I have time for today (the other comes from Charles Murray’s Human Achievement)

In a chapter titled The Romantic Fallacy, Ardrey warmly discusses that each one of us believe somehow that we are the center of the universe.  Yet, his discussion leaves you feeling understood, and that it is actually a strength, an evolutionary development in our brain that allows us to keep going on in life, despite all.  The ending paragraph is,

“In our investigation of the animal sources of human behavior, we need not, fortunately, give critical attention to such of our qualities as seem exclusively human.  The Illusion of Central Position, if it exists, may perhaps be one of these./  But before we pass on to a concept more appropriate to our investigations, one paradoxical footnote should be added to the brief little story of man’s grand illusion.  The theory states that maturity is achieved by the acceptance of reality and the capacity to absorb each disillusionment and still keep going. Nonetheless the theory grants that should a man ever attain a state of total maturity, ever come to see himself, in other words, in perfect mathematical relationship to the two and one half billion members of his species, and that in perfect mathematical relationship to the tide of tumultuous life which has risen upon the earth and in which we represent a single swell; and furthermore come to see our earth as but one opportunity for life among uncounted millions in our galaxy alone, and our galaxy as but one statically improbability, nothing more, in the silent mathematics of all things – should a man, in sum, ever achieve the final, total truthful Disillusionment of Central Position, then in all likelihood he would no longer keep going but would simply lie down, wherever he happened to be, and with a long drawn sigh return to the oblivion from which he came. “