Thursday, May 18, 2017


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by Morley Evans

The Assault on Trump
May 18, 2017

The U.S. Military-Industrial Complex (MIC) grew fat and happy during WW II. As the war ended, the MIC was understandably reluctant to give up its juicy position. President Truman was persuaded to drop the A-bombs on Japan, turn the Soviet Union into an enemy, launch the Marshall Plan, start the Korean War, reorganise the American war establishment, create the World Bank and the IMF, create the CIA, create the Strategic Air Command, create NATO, and recognise the State of Israel. After eight years of trying to get control of the monster in our midst, President Eisenhower, a Five Star General, left office with a televised warning to the American public and a briefing to the incoming President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. No one clearly understood the gravity of the warning, especially JFK. - ed

Nomi Prins

The Assault on Trump

Paul Craig Roberts

We are witnessing an assault by the national security state and its liberal media on a President of the United States that is unprecedented.

Wild and unsupported accusations of treasonous or illegal Russian connections have been the mainstay of the news since Trump’s campaign for president. These accusations have reached the point that there is an impeachment movement driven by the national security state and its liberal media and endorsed by Democrats, the American left wing which has turned against the working class as “Trump deplorables,” and luminaries such as Harvard Law Professor Larry Tribe. The Washington Post, which was not present at the meeting of President Trump with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov, purports to know that Trump gave Lavrov US national security information.

The Russian government has offered the presstitute media a transcript of the meeting, but, of course, the presstitutes are not interested.

The latest story is that Trump tried to bribe FBI Director Comey, before he fired him, not to investigate Trump as part of the “Russian investigation.” Clearly, there is no intelligence left in the American media. The President doesn’t need to bribe someone he can fire.

What we are witnessing is the determination of the national security state to keep their prized “Russian Threat” in its assigned role as the Number One Threat to the US. The liberal media, owned by the CIA since the 1950s is in accord with this goal.


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