220.127.116.11 Destabilisering genom påverkan av ledare
See also control of leaders.
Today the Western world is controlled by secret international networks. It is clear how general elections can no longer change political decisions. The objectives of the networks can be seen in the newspapers, since the media are part of the networks.
The politicians are completely controlled by these networks, one factor being the need for good publicity to be reelected. The politicians closely follow the media agenda.
One of the few threats to the networks is strong leaders. They can sometimes oppose the press and form policy.
Whether Boris Johnson is a strong leader can be discussed. But in having to carry out Brexit, that the people had voted for, the allegiances were clear: The press supported the parliament and opposed Johnson as he tried to implement the result the referendum.
The press and weak leaders counteract strong leaders in an almost ridiculous way, calling them dictators or sometimes even insinuating they would “be like Hitler”. (F.ex Putin is democratically elected. Russians can also access Western anti-Putin websites, but Putin still gets elected.)
Two strong leaders are Trump and Putin.
1. Trump och Putin
Presidenterna Trump och Putin behandlas mycket negativt av svenska media. Amerikanska media har t.o.m. hotat Trump:
CNN President Jeff Zucker has warned that “the perception of Donald Trump in capitals around the world is shaped, in many ways, by CNN. Continuing to have an adversarial relationship with that network is a mistake.” Continue reading “03.1.001.004: 01.00 Destabilisering, ledare: 1 Leadership; Trump och Putin”
Chemical weapons are increasingly used as a way to accuse opponents of illegal warfare. The evidence are often extremely weak.
In two of alleged attacks with chemical weapons (Halabja, Khan Sheikoun) Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) (Doctors Without Borders) support the conclusion of gas attack, without solid evidence.
18.104.22.168 Chemical weapons
Halabja 1988 The evidence of a gas attack are merely based on descriptions. Some victims were blue around the mouth and there was a smell of apple. Continue reading “03.1.002.013 Chemical weapons”
The US works like Sweden. Presidents and politicians change but policy stays the same.
Trump becoming president made Deep State more visible to ordinary people since Obama and Deep State acted like one.
Assad: Why talk to Trump if he doesn’t control the US? (Russia Today, RT)
we don’t think the president of that regime [US] is in control. We all believe that the deep state, the real state, is in control, or is in control of every president, and that is nothing new. It has always been so in the United States, at least during the last 40 years, at least since Nixon, maybe before, but it’s becoming starker and starker, and the starkest case is Trump.
Bashar Hafez al-Assad, President of Syria -1- -2-
Putin (Oliver Stone)
Putin (Le Figaro)
Skripal case: Neither UK nor Russia will gain from this incudent. Russia loses reputation by the accusations of using nerve gas agsins civilians, UK loses reputation by making ghe unreasonable accusations. Someone else must have orchestrated the attack. Someone else is NWO/Deep State. (Earlier the term ZOG was used. It has a bad ring and focuses on Zionism. Globalism is wider than Zionism. The term was maybe constructed by false flag trolls. Jokingly the world globalist network is sometimes called Skynet, referring to an AI network controlling the world trying to exterminate mankind, in the movie sequel Terminator. Another term used is “shadow government”.
Continue reading “03.1.002.018.00 Deep State, NWO; Bilderberg; congress/president power balance”
Afghanistan has proven difficult to conquer for British, Russians and Americans. Strong conflicts between many groups of people makes it difficult to govern the country. Without central authority not even “divide and conquer” will work. Mountainous terrain gives advantage to guerilla warfare.
US supported the Taliban attacks against Soviet. Now Pakistani support Taliban against Afghan government.
2017 there were still 13000 foreign troops in A., officially fighting the Taliban.
The Soviet war in Afghanistan started in 1979
Basically the Afghan government called for Soviet help.
Soviet involvement was induced by the US:
Brzezinski: Yes. According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahiddin began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan on December 24, 1979. But the reality, closely guarded until now, is completely otherwise: Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention [emphasis added throughout].
Continue reading “03.1.002.019 Afghanistan”
Jan 24, 2019
Venezuelas oppositionsledare Juan
Guaido har utropat sig själv till
tillfällig president, uppger flera
Han har fått stöd av USA:s president
Donald Trump som erkänner Venezuelas
oppositionsledare som landets
Continue reading “03.1.002.027.001 Venezuela 01; US tries to create a new cold war”