Is Globalism Taking Over In The White House Or Is It A Bunch of Hooey?
Family Ties Run Deep — Are The Establishment and Globalist Elites Using Ivanka and Jared?
This whole issue got started with Trump ordering the airstrike on Syria’s Shayrat Air Base. Many Trump supporters were torn. Personally, I have to 100% agree with someone like Scott Adams and his article on the attack. I’m not going to focus on the issue surrounding the chemical weapons attack or the attack on Syria itself. Rather, I want to focus on those in Trump’s administration who are his advisors and those who are advising Ivanka and Jared. My piece here is not going to be bashing Ivanka or Jared. I don’t have a problem with them per se. I may disagree with having them in advisory positions being on the left side of the isle and being family, but that is my personal issue with it. Since I do not know how much they influence Trump’s nationalist populous agenda, I can’t really comment outside of the fact that they dislike it. Hence, why they dislike Steve Bannon.
The big concern here isn’t Trump’s end game. It isn’t the big picture as someone like Bill Mitchell would say. It is about who’s giving Trump advice. The thing is that Trump isn’t just going to ignore the advice of his top senior advisors in the military and intelligence. He is going to trust them. He may not always follow their opinions though. People like H. R. McMaster, he is going to trust. Wouldn’t you be inclined to believe they are going to be truthful to you and provide you with all of the information you need to know? I mean, Colin Powell sure thought so when the CIA handed him the information concerning the weapons of mass destruction Saddam was using and had in Iraq. We only later found out that entire story was a lie to push us further into conflict in the Middle East.
Why is it that Harry Reid is suggesting our intelligence community give Trump incomplete or false intelligence reports? This has been said by the left and the establishment for a while now. Then we have this:
U.S. intelligence officials have not been sharing some sensitive information with President Trump, The Wall Street…thehill.com
While the Office of the Director of National Intelligence denies that, one has to wonder if it does actually hold merit. Would our intelligence community give false information or withhold information in hopes of starting a war or so we can do some more nation-building? Absolutely!
Former Secretary of State Colin L Powell says his 2003 speech to United Nations, describing Iraqi weapons programs that…www.nytimes.com
So, it not that farfetched to think that our intelligence community isn’t already doing this. What’s to stop them? If no one but them knows it’s going on, it will never stop. Even John McCain used whatever leverage he had when he pushed that fake dossier about Trump to the FBI. You know, the one that talked about Trump loving “Golden Showers.” It was already proven to be a hoax with no verifiable information.
I will never say Saddam was a nice guy or that his kids were angels. They were anything but the sort. Saddam was keeping the entire region in check. Same thing with Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and Muammar Gaddafi in Libya. Saddam was the main dictator they had to get rid of first. He was like the glue that held everything together in the region. Once you got rid of him, it was only a matter of time for the rest. See, we, in the United States, have this weird affiliation with nation building and regime changes. Our CIA loves to do this. The establishment loves this. Our government contractors are even more happy when we do this. As in evident below.
Raytheon stock surged Friday morning, after 59 of the company's Tomahawk missiles were used to strike Syria in Donald…fortune.com
Nation building and regime change need to go. That should not be what we are about. If the rest of the world wants to engage in it, then so be it. But we should not be the ones pushing it (cough, CIA). That is my only concern with this Syrian conflict we are now getting involved in. I honestly don’t think Trump wants a ground war in Syria. Again, you can hate Assad for how he’s treated his people but it isn’t about that. It’s about the long term effects of what regime change will have in the region and who exactly wants it and what do they get out of it. Then you have to look at who’s taking control in his place.
I will copy and paste the description of this book, All the Shah’s Men. If you want to know more about the Middle East and why we are so involved, you just have to look back to the 1950’s. This book is fantastic at showing how we essentially screwed the entire region.
With a thrilling narrative that sheds much light on recent events, this national bestseller brings to life the 1953 CIA coup in Iran that ousted the country’s elected prime minister, ushered in a quarter-century of brutal rule under the Shah, and stimulated the rise of Islamic fundamentalism and anti-Americanism in the Middle East.
McMaster, Petraeus, Susan Rice, K. T. McFarland, etc, are all described beautifully by Mike Cernovich. I will take a few quotes from his piece directly below.
Disgraced former CIA director and convicted criminal David Petraeus has been remaking the NSC, and thus America’s…medium.com
The NSC has already been stacked with Petraus loyalists.
Petraeus should be someone people distance themselves from. The fact that we have so many Petraeus loyalists is very troubling. John McCain, someone that we know dislikes Trump and loves regime change, fully supports Petraeus.
McMaster is forcing out K.T. McFarland, a Trump ally who opposes a massive ground war in Syria.
McMaster pushed out Steve Bannon earlier last week.
Trump loyalist Robin Townley had his security clearance application denied, despite the fact that Townley, a war hero, already had a top secret security clearance.
Susan Rice, who unmasked Americans in an unprecedented spying scandal, advised H.R. McMaster to purge the NSC of Trump loyalists.
McMaster tried hiring Benghazi liar Linda Weissgold to work for him at the NSC.
Some pretty big statements that were all backed up with sources. It would behoove everyone to read Cernovich’s piece.
Even more evidence as noted by The Gateway Pundit:
According to a report by independent journalist, Mike Cernovich, current National Security Advisor, H.R. McMaster is…www.thegatewaypundit.com
So, Kushner, what is going on with Kushner? Why is he getting so involved in the National Security Counsel? According to The Washington Free Beacon, he is asserting authority over the NSC. My take is a little different than what is being reported by The Washington Free Beacon and people like Lee Stranahan.
Kushner has taken aggressive action to micro-manage the NSC, overshadowing even recently installed National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, according to sources both inside and outside the White House who described Kushner’s behavior as highly unusual and damaging to the country’s national security infrastructure.
I highlighted my takeaway from that.
Senior NSC staff are finding their hands tied when it comes to performing even perfunctory duties, such as talking points and statements on high profile issues that must go through Kushner for approval. Sources who spoke to the Free Beacon described this level of involvement as kneecapping the NSC and contributing to its difficulties formulating policy.
Good. At the end of the day, Kushner is not for regime change and nation-building. That is the key aspect here. As we heard above from people like Harry Reid, what our CIA did with Iraq’s WMDs, how John McCain gave a false report to the FBI, these people are not opposed to presenting false information to high ranking officials and the President. I’d rather have someone who is more against regime change and nation-building to be here since Bannon was kicked off.
The installation of Dina Powell, a confidant of Kushner’s wife Ivanka, to the NSC is said to have been orchestrated by Kushner in order to solidify his power over the foreign policy organization, sources said.
My take on that is a little different. I find it less likely Kushner was behind this and more plausible people like McMaster were behind it. You have to understand, Dina Powell came from the GWB administration. She has ties to globalism and people who are 100% on board with regime change and nation-building, like McMaster.
So, assuming what Kushner is doing is accurate, I think he and Bannon may be on similar pages when it comes to the broader picture and long term goals. On the short term, not so much. It seems to me that Kushner may be doing these things on purpose as a means to control those who go against his Trump’s vision.
Do I think Trump is going to be a puppet to globalism? No. Do I think these few in the White House have a chance of undermining Trump? Possibly. I am not advocating for Kushner to be fired and I think he is trying to push against people like McMaster. I think the people who are the real manipulators are those like McMaster. They are the ones who need to go.
I will end with this: When we voted for Donald Trump, we voted for actual change. Not the business as usual which would have been the case with a ‘Low Energy’ Jeb or a ‘Crooked’ Hillary. The H. R. McMaster’s of the world want business as usual and will do whatever it takes to ensure that happens. Those are the real people who need to get out of our government and who Trump needs to replace with loyalists to him. At the end of the day, I don’t think we should be pushing for the #FireKushner crap. It doesn’t really do us any good and the media will spin it, like they have been, as Bannon being the one orchestrating it. This puts Bannon in a hard situation because the media, the left, and the establishment want him gone and any other Trump loyalists out who value America First like the K.T. McFarland’s out there.