Behind the Curtain of “Trump’s Betrayal” February 15, 2017 Op-ed By Ollie Richardson Trump’s election win is being confused with a Utopia that has never existed and never will. Thus, with Trump’s choice for National Security Advisor – Michael Flynn – being shown the door so early in the term of the new post-Obama US administration, the majority of political observers are already writing off the next 5 years. A quick reminder of recent history can spare the blushes of anyone who wishes to live in a parallel reality. November 22nd, 1963 – John F. Kennedy receives a bullet to the head whilst sat in a convertible heading down Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas. The assassination would be blamed on a patsy, much like it was for his brother, and the appointment of Lyndon B. Johnson would ensure that it was business as usual for the intelligence community. The very fact that a US President was removed in such a risky and calculated manner shows that it was “make or break” for the ones sat behind the curtain of the US as a state. Who these people are exactly, no one really knows. Edward Bernays – the master of propaganda – once said: “Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country”. And he would know, after all, the reason smoking became a popular habit is because of him. And in the case of JFK’s assassination, there is a faint, but visible trail that leads to the client. Sen. John F. Kennedy, (left), and Allen W. Dulles, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director, walks towards newsmen on the lawn of the Democratic presidential candidates in Hyannis Port, MA., home on July 23, 1960. The two men held a news conference after Senator Kennedy was briefed by Dulles on international affairs. (AP Photo/WCC) Both Kennedy brothers demanded that Israel’s Dimona nuclear weapons programme undergo an inspection. The letter sent by John F. Kennedy to the Israeli Prime Minister at the time Ben Gurion is as follows: “Dear Mr. Prime Minister: I welcome your letter of May 12 and am giving it careful study. Meanwhile, I have received from Ambassador Barbour a report of his conversation with you on May 14 regarding the arrangements for visiting the Dimona reactor. I should like to add some personal comments on that subject. I am sure you will agree that there is no more urgent business for the whole world than the control of nuclear weapons. We both recognized this when we talked together two years ago, and I emphasized it again when I met with Mrs. Meir just after Christmas. The dangers in the proliferation of national nuclear weapons systems are so obvious that I am sure I need not repeat them here. It is because of our preoccupation with this problem that my Government has sought to arrange with you for periodic visits to Dimona. When we spoke together in May 1961 you said that we might make whatever use we wished of the information resulting from the first visit of American scientists to Dimona and that you would agree to further visits by neutrals as well. I had assumed from Mrs. Meir’s comment that there would be no problem between us on this. We are concerned with the disturbing effects on world stability which would accompany the development of a nuclear weapons capability by Israel. I cannot imagine that the Arabs would refrain from turning to the Soviet Union for assistance if Israel were to develop a nuclear weapons capability–with all the consequences this would hold. But the problem is much larger than its impact on the Middle East. Development of a nuclear weapons capability by Israel would almost certainly lead other larger countries, that have so far refrained from such development, to feel that they must follow suit. As I made clear in my press conference of May 8, we have a deep commitment to the security of Israel. In addition this country supports Israel in a wide variety of other ways which are well known to both of us. [4-1/2 lines of source text not declassified] I can well appreciate your concern for developments in the UAR. But I see no present or imminent nuclear threat to Israel from there. I am assured that our intelligence on this question is good and that the Egyptians do not presently have any installation comparable to Dimona, nor any facilities potentially capable of nuclear weapons production. But, of course, if you have information that would support a contrary conclusion, I should like to receive it from you through Ambassador Barbour. We have the capacity to check it. I trust this message will convey the sense of urgency and the perspective in which I view your Government’s early assent to the proposal first put to you by Ambassador Barbour on April 2. Sincerely, John F. Kennedy” At the same time as his brother demanding an inspection, Robert Kennedy was pursuing the American Zionist Council (AZC), demanding that it register as an official foreign lobby. John also fired Allen Dulles – friend of the Office of Strategic Services and the Nazi party; key advocate of establishing a Zionist state in the Middle East; later the head of the CIA – after the Bay of Pigs failure. Mr Dulles was a key fighter against anti-Zionist forces, and the carousel involving him and John, especially concerning Marilyn Monroe, that would last right up to the incident in Dallas. Of course, both the Dimona and the AZC requests were never fulfilled, and when John was “removed”, Robert knew that surely the belligerents would be coming for him too. Shortly after both Kennedys were erased, the AZC reformed into AIPAC – the body that exists today, and ensures that billions of tax payer dollars are sent to the apartheid “state” of Israel (with the occasional incursion too). The period of time that passed between their assassinations and the US’ confrontation with Russia in Syria has followed a consistent trajectory with an exponential growth of tensions. The Soviet Union (Communism) has been used as the imaginary antagonist by the Military-Industrial Complex to justify the sales of munitions and the subsequent land and resource grabs, as well as to make the people believe that the liberal ideology is a paradise. Operation Gladio, Vietnam, Afghanistan etc – it all followed according to the same plan: weaken Israel’s enemies, weaken the USSR, and sell the US as the blueprint for a state. Presidents changed, but the strategy did not. Thus, it can only be assumed that there is a unique structure present in the US that is above and beyond any law or state entity. Some refer to this structure as the “deep state”, others as “the elite”. Whatever it is called, it hides behind a proverbial curtain, and over time it came to control not just American politicians, but also European ones too – NATO’s very existence is the proof of this. So, moving onto the subject of the recent resignation of Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor to Donald Trump – is this really a curveball that caught even the most attentive spectators off guard? Was it expected that Trump would immediately dissolve NATO and tell Putin how much he loves him via Skype? That Crimea would be instantly recognised as Russian, and the Ukrainian War would end before the inauguration finished? That Russian and American jets would fly together in formation in Deir Ezzor? Crimea was TAKEN by Russia during the Obama Administration. Was Obama too soft on Russia? — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 15, 2017 Trump’s rhetoric designed to appease the “Party of War” (such as the tweet above) can be thought of as follows: Visible light consists of a spectrum of wavelengths, and when pushed through a glass prism, our eyes are able to detect the said wavelengths. Thus, in this way the removal of the “Pro-Russian” Flynn is also not a “black and white” matter. It is not “Trump’s betrayal”, “Clinton’s revenge”, or “the end of US-Russia rapprochement”. It is how things have always been – the structure behind the curtain intervening and exerting pressure where necessary to ensure the ship stays on course. It doesn’t really matter to them who is the President – elections are called to decide who will manage the state’s resources. Clearly the most important thing is preserving their own golden throne, which is why Gaddafi had to go (keep Africa as a subservient slave), Syria had to be partitioned (Qatar pipeline/Israeli expansion), and Ukraine demolished (NATO base on Russia’s border). Despite the invisible structure lurking in the shadows, Trump’s election win guaranteed the following things: 1. A de-escalation in Syria – the collapse of the al-Qaeda/“moderate” matrix, and the restoration of the Syrian state. This is because of Russia’s chess moves, and not because of anything Trump can do. The invisible structure has no answer for the Russian S-400, period. 2. A reconfiguration of NATO, not a removal. The bloc will “float” on the European landmass, like a dormant volcano. Ukraine entering NATO is an impossibility, thus the bloc has come as close as it dares to the Russian border – knowing full well that another step would result in irreversible consequences. The invisible structure will instead work to try to subvert Russian society from within – like the 90’s. This is where useful idiots like Strelkov acquire a role. 3. Ties with Britain weakened. Since London has absolutely nothing to offer Washington anymore aside from managing proxies like Saudi Arabia (and allowing the island to become a Saudi colony as a result), Trump’s isolationist (read as planned temporary withdrawal from hot theatres like the Middle East) stance will allow Brexit to evolve unimpeded – like watching a car crash. 4. The surrender of ownership over European states that are the least raped by the IMF. This is because they will inevitably want to do business with Russia and China, and profit from the merging markets. It doesn’t make sense to fight Le Pen or AfD, so it’s better to consolidate and plan for the new European reality. For countries like Spain and Greece, which have been pillaged beyond comprehension, the IMF chains will be tighter than ever in order to ensure that Saudi Arabia can weather the current economic turbulence that has plunged its treasury into the red. 5. Adjusted roles for banana republics. Now that the Syrian adventure is over, Saudi Arabia will continue its spreading of the Wahhabi ideology in order to keep the fire stoked for a future CIA incursion based on sectarian lines. The Kingdom will now be used as an Israeli springboard for attacks on Iranian assets (Yemen) and ally countries (Lebanon, for example). Russia is fully aware of what is going on in this domain, so it can be expected that the Yemeni theatre will continue to receive Russian arms and that OPEC will struggle to contain Iranian/Russian exports. Saudi money will be used to prop up the inflated-bubble American economy. The CIA recently awarded al-Saud for a reason! 6. A “sitting on two chairs” policy in regards to Israel. The two-state solution will continue to be described as the “only feasible solution”. Meaningless criticism of the illegal settlements will continue, whilst Obama’s big payment to Israel will continue to compensate for the any reduced sum the Trump administration will send. Iran will continue to be bullied with words, but actions from Washington will not follow. This is prime false flag soil. 7. The removal of ISIS in Sy-raq. The Military-Industrial Complex needs to make money, so the weakest entity in the Levant will be bombed. Token airstrikes against non-core al-Qaeda members will continue, whilst the Muhaysinis and al-Abdallahs remain untouched. 8. Increased investment in US infrastructure and business as a way to delay the next credit shock. Wall Street is currently making gains not seen since 2006 – the inevitable awaits. 9. Increased tensions between the North (cosmopolitan liberals) and South (“redneck” Christians) of America. Also, more signatures will be added to secession petitions (California). Brexit planted a seed in the minds of those who would quite like some autonomy from the national law. 10. A reshuffling of the cards in Ukraine. The country is tanking economically, and the Ukrainian Army has achieved all it can in Donbass. It is more likely that Poroshenko will be replaced before the Minsk Agreements are fulfilled. In addition, some facts need to be highlighted to put the current reality into context: A. NATO contracts didn’t magically become null and void when Trump won. They involve in-depth plans and expenses. They will be fulfilled, and if this involves tanks parading in Latvia or Poland, then so be it. Trump has no control over this. B. Britain annexed Palestine in 1917; the state of Israel was formed in 1948. That’s 31 years of passed time. Trump’s tenure will last 10 years at most, which in reality is practically nothing in terms of time. The plans of the “elite”/”deep state” run in parallel to this, not in serial. C. Russia will not wait for “rapprochement” to suddenly appear. In fact, Russia doesn’t even need the US in any domain. Russia does however need Europe, whether it is for the export of gas or for business ventures in general. Good relations with the US is, of course, a bonus, but not of the 90’s variety. Any “rapprochement” will take place on Moscow’s terms, and not even the US beasts behind the curtain can change this. In summary: The US state is a separate entity to the invisible actual rulers. The former is tasked with managing the country’s resources day to day, the latter aims to keep the former under its boot. Some Presidents have different ideas to them, and as a result are removed. Whilst no-one really knows who the actual rulers are, they have remained the same for at least the last century. Some clues can be found in high places, such as declassified CIA documents. From such documents it is now widely known that those who pursued JFK had very close ties to the Zionist movement, but this doesn’t mean that its the same script that removed Flynn from Trump’s cabinet. The “Party of War“ is certainly a direction worth pointing a finger at. In Trump’s case, his isolationist stance coincides with the rulers’ desire to consolidate and plan for the fallout of multipolar alignment. This does not mean Trump is in cahoots with those behind the curtain. Whatever happens during Trump’s tenure, nothing, not even another 9/11, can stop Russia or China from redistributing the centres of power. Copyright © 2017. All Rights Reserved.