(eClinik Learning) Barely a month into office, Donald Trump succumbs to the pervasive onslaught from the mainstream media and the Soros-funded Crowds on Demand protests.
With Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s unceremonious exit, the MSM is gloating as “Trump’s White House burns”. They won this round, and will be more emboldened to continue what they were tasked to do – destroy Trump to preserve the swamp.
by eClinik Learning, February 15th, 2017
The headlines from the Rothschild media could never be more celebratory.
After Flynn’s early departure, The Swamp establishment wasted no time in doubling down the Trump, and is now shifting its story to establishing a rift between him and VP Mike Pence.
U.S. President Donald Trump knew for weeks that national security adviser Michael Flynn had misled the White House about his contacts with Russia but did not immediately force him out, an administration spokesman said on Tuesday.
Trump was informed in late January that Flynn had not told Vice President Mike Pence the whole truth about conversations he had before Trump took office with Russia’s ambassador to the United States, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said.
Pence learned of the “incomplete information” that he received from Flynn when news reports surfaced late last week, spokesman Mark Lotter said on Tuesday.
Flynn quit on Monday after Trump asked for his resignation, and the president hopes to pick a new national security adviser by the end of the week, Spicer said.
- The White House spokesman Sean Spicer doesn’t have enough spice necessary to mitigate the aggressive probing of the media;
- There’s no carefully crafted counter-propaganda strategy, and no aggressive effort against the Deep State;
- Trump’s cabinet is so weak at the core, or he doesn’t have full control of the entire team. Why would he be? It was assembled for him by the same conscripts that’s been lording it over Washington for a very long time.
VP Mike Pence, like many other members of the Trump cabinet were cheery picked for him by chameleons. It is therefore an impressive victory for the neocons at this early. Now, this will provide an opening for Mike Pence to assume power from “impeachable” Trump, as Congress seeks to investigate the whole matter for possible violations of the Logan Act.
Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader, had called for a wide-ranging investigation. “The truth and consequences of the Russia connection: the American people deserve to know the full extent of Russia’s financial, personal and political grip on President Trump and what that means for our national security,” she said.
“Flynn’s resignation is a reflection of the poor judgment of President Trump and demands answers to the grave questions over the president’s involvement. By what authority did Flynn act and to whom did he report?”
The Western media made a parallel between Trump and Philippines’ Duterte during both presidential campaign trails. However, the similarity was only up to their common propensity to talk off the cuff. The actual approach of how to deal with the swamp exactly is totally different.
Just after the elections, the incoming Duterte government was already hard at work from a remote office in his hometown in Southern Philippines. Obviously, Trump was doing it in the luxury of one of his towers.
The would-be Duterte cabinet members were already shuttling back and forth to see what immediate changes and measures could be implemented in the first 24 hours. These are former secretaries of past administration who are proven experts and nationalists in their approach, as well as socio-political activists from the full spectrum of our society.
Duterte himself handled the local and foreign media, Western politicians who are embedded in the EU, the UN and even in the White House, “like a boss.” He was persistently passionate. He continues to inspire people to be assertive against graft and corruption, to act on their own towards a common goal of not only ridding the society of its worst elements, but of helping the less fortunate among the communities.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, was too “executive”, signing executive orders here and there, as if the paper and ink alone could do the hard work by itself, as if the paper and ink alone could undo the massive filth that’s been left over by his predecessors. Most notably, instead of prodding people to act, he loves to pander to them.
His first black eye was how easy it was for the courts to suspend his signature immigration suspension, or the “Muslim ban” as the media is calling it. That alone already betrays the lack of hard work and preparation on the part of the Trump legal team.
But the most glaring difference between Trump and Duterte is the failure of the former to effect a quick preventive mass arrests of personalities who are already identified as responsible for high crimes. In the case of Trump, he failed to institute the arrests of those who were directly responsible for the WTC 9/11 controlled demolition, the treasonous and fraudulent activities of the Clinton Foundation, the unexplained expenses at the defense department, and many other high crimes, the massive body of evidence of which are already available on the net.
Why can’t he order the arrest of Sen. John McCain who was seen personally holding logistic and tactical conference with the ISIS leadership?
This act alone could have sent a very strong signal for more would-be whistleblowers and armed volunteers to come out in the open and support the decisive action to rid the swamp of its filth. This could have sent the enemies scrambling for cover earlier in the game, which may include actually eliminating each other as panic ensues. But Trump is too decent for the dirty job at hand. The element of surprise is absent as he concentrates more on the double-talk, rather than action.
In the case of Duterte, of course, he started with the massive closure of drug laboratories, and the 24/7 manhunt operations against identified drug lords and runners, and with parallel proactive visits to drug pushers and users which prompted their more than a million voluntary surrender to date. The country, of course, was already prepared for the collateral deaths that will ensue as the corrupt police officers involved in the drug industry need to rid themselves of the rats, i.e. vigilante killings.
Another glaring difference between the two leaders, and probably the most important, is that in the first few weeks and months of Duterte’s tenure, he made an effort to visit the military camps which are spread all over the country, to inform and educate the soldiers of who the real enemies of the state really are, e.g. CIA, US State Department, 5th Columnists, Catholic Church and others. As expected, these speeches were making headlines around the world.
In addition to that simple, yet very effective tactic of winning the hearts and minds of the people, is his personal visit to every soldier or a cop, who was killed in action, in order to express his personal sympathy to the family of the fallen, and to extend presidential assistance including free scholarships for the children, salary extension, or a job in the government for the widow. In short, he is replicating what he had done in his city for 21 years on a nationwide scale, and that takes a greater amount of effort and resources.
Indeed, the loyalty which can be derived from these simple acts is what is causing shivers down the spine of his political enemies, while at the same time attracting more support from the population. The enemies of the state, i.e. the remnants of narcopolitics, can be arrested once the reimposition of the death penalty is passed through Congress.
In contrast, Donald Trump’s acceptance of the resignation, or the firing of Security Adviser Michael Flynn is not only a show of weakness, but a big blow to his own supposed desire to bring in the CIA and the Chiefs of Staff under his control through the National Security Council.
This brings us to a lot of questions: is he really for making America great again? Or, is he just another “pressure valve” that is tasked to release the increasing public pressure away from the corrupt system, or the swamp, for the time being?
Is the Dealmaker, the real deal himself?
In his first 3 weeks in office, Trump displayed only mixed signals, one after the other. We thought it was simply his game and strategy. But with his decision to let go of Gen. Flynn, it looks like he folded up this early. It looks like he has no strategy of his own at all. Maybe, that’s the reason why he needed one in Steve Bannon.
Even with this Flynn exit alone, the first narrative was that the latter tendered his resignation to spare Trump from disgrace, yet later on the White House spokesman insinuated that he was fired due to an ‘eroding level of trust’ [here]. But isn’t it the predefined function of Gen. Flynn to establish rapport with Russia, in the first place?
President Trump should have stood by on the side of Gen. Michael Flynn, at all cost. It turns out, he falters at the end. Reality TV is still much different than reality itself.
This is a war of wits, guts and propaganda. Trump should not be doing it on his own via Twitter, and not by twitting alone. He must go out there and rally the people. He must not be too thin-skinned as to what the media are saying every now and then.
At the very least, somebody should have started rallying the other 50% of the American people who voted Trump to counter the Soros-funded demonstrations. Or, those who voted Trump are mostly couched potatoes who don’t like to explore how they can contribute to the “draining of the swamp.”
Or, they do want to contribute something, but since Trump is sending confusing signals early on by appointing pro-Israel cabinet members,
America stands in solidarity with Israel, our cherished ally. Proud to join POTUS in welcoming Prime Minister @Netanyahu to the @WhiteHouse. pic.twitter.com/22m8bIWdmx
— Vice President Pence (@VP) February 15, 2017
… he’s being too noisy about Iran and China — two countries which haven’t said anything provocative, and obviously the least of all his problems, they simply don’t know where to start.
The direction to which Trump is navigating is simply too abstract.
The only redeeming fact about the whole thing is that almost everyone at the very top are being exposed for what they truly are. The neocons and conscripted media have revealed their cut-throat methods in the process.
But this is more than just a game of exposure. In fact, the problems of America are much bigger than the Philippines, so the situation requires a more expanded, more involved, more aggressive approach from every sector of the society.
All of the enemies and traitors of America must be put where they should be — in high security remote prisons, or deep underground. Because if America could do that to some Third World leaders, why can’t it do the same to itself?
Above all, the highly coordinated display of power by the non-elected entities, i.e. the Deep State, over the new government, and the gross incapacity of the Trump government to respond more appropriately against it, only suggest that America does not qualify to be a global leader anymore.
The irony of it all is that those who are taking the action, who truly believe that they are on the right side all along, are themselves marching with the Soros funded groups. What they haven’t realized yet, is that they are part of a color revolution to remove the “only hope” they have at this time.
So, as it stands today, America has, foremost, a leadership problem, and is fast imploding by itself due to its collective inaction.
It’s time for the militia to rise and take the necessary steps. This is not going anywhere.
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