03.1.2.18.00 Deep State, NWO; congress/president power balance

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Deep State

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 series Terminator.

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03.1.4.007 The New York Times

 

 

 

Rodchenkov

The New York Times and The Washington Post contributed significantly to the ban of Russian athletes during the Olympic Games in PyeongChang in 2018. -1-  -2-  -3-

 

Iraq

The New York Times (reporter Judith Miller) contributed significantly to making the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 happen. The evidence were false.
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18.000 Economical and financial aspects on globalization; the petrodollar

Some aspects on finance and globalization

The financial aspects of globalization are beyond the scope of this blog. They are also more difficult to evaluate than the role of news media since they are mostly kept in secret whereas the result of media’s work, by its nature, must be delivered to the public in order to have its effect.

Therefore one must often go to literature to assess globalist aspects of finance/economics instead of, as in the case of media, study the work itself. Continue reading “18.000 Economical and financial aspects on globalization; the petrodollar”