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  • Ichingcarpenter (3798 posts)
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    Exposing The Real Deep State

    Many both within and beyond America’s borders labor under the delusion that US policy is determined by the nation’s elected representatives amid a careful balancing act between the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of government. In reality, the inner workings of US policy resemble nothing of the sort.

    In reality, an unelected deep state controls the United States, its resources, government, and people. However, the term “deep state” has been overused and intentionally abused, particularly since the election of US President Donald Trump in an effort to continue concealing the real deep state and divert public attention away from what is becoming an increasingly obvious continuity of agenda from one presidency to the next.

    Uncovering and understanding the nature of the real deep state is in fact elementary, but essential in understanding the genesis and perpetuation of US policy. It is also essential in formulating solutions aimed at reining in the unwarranted power and influence wielded by this seemingly nebulous entity.

     

     

    Identifying the Real Deep State is Easy

     
    Despite the myth of “democracy,” real power is held by those who control the essentials of any given state, province, district, or community. Essentials include control over monetary instruments, essential infrastructure such as water, power, communication, and transportation, control over manufacturing, healthcare, and basic public services, as well as more obvious forms of power such as control over police and military forces.

     

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    Unraveling the “Trump Vs Deep State” Narrative

     
    A cursory examination of President Trump’s administration reveals that he is but one of many extensions of the real deep state. Allegedly “alternative” Breitbart News mogul Stephen Bannon who functions as President Trump’s chief strategist is in fact a former Goldman Sachs banker. US Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, is also a former Goldman Sachs banker. Additionally, he managed funds for alleged “Trump archenemy,” George Soros, and had invested in the presidential campaigns of both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

     

     

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    http://www.activistpost.com/2017/03/exposing-real-deep-state.html

     

     

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  • Ichingcarpenter (3798 posts)
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    1. Also from another source: Trump Is A Deep State ‘Stooge’

    Following White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s announcement on Friday that the Deep State was attempting to “undermine the government of President Trump,” Barrett claimed that the admission was a deliberate ploy to misdirect the public from the fact that Trump is part of the Deep State himself.

     

    Spicer’s admission leaves out vital information about the crimes the deep state has committed against the American public. “And now we have Sean Spicer basically admitting to the world that deep state exists. Spicer hasn’t gone all the way with this and admitted that the deep state blew up the Twin Towers to drag us into these wars for Israel that followed. But instead he is sort of trying to point fingers at Obama and his people as tied to the deep state. Now that’s a very superficial analysis,” Dr. Barrett told Press TV.

     

    “Peter Dale Scott, professor from the University of California, is probably the researcher who has done the most to popularize this term, the deep state. And he came to this whole concept out of his analysis of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy,” Dr. Barrett said.

    “Now today mainstream journalists and historians like David Talbot and others accept that President John F. Kennedy was not murdered by a lone nut, namely Lee Harvey Oswald, but was instead overthrown in a coup d’etat by elements of the American deep state, including former CIA director Allan Dulles, the focus of Talbot’s book [The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government], and James Jesus Angleton, the counter-intelligence chief who was a liaison between the Israeli Mossad and the CIA, as well as elements of organized crime that regularly work with these elements of the CIA,” he stated.

     

    https://hiduth.com/dr-kevin-barrett-trump-deep-state-stooge/

  • Koko (3167 posts)
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    2. Good read and….

    like his focus here on the role of the “Mainstream Media,” too.   Building and supporting alternative media is important, given that our Corporate Owned Media doesn’t seem likely to change in the future.

    From the Article:

    While it may seem counterintiutive for nations like Russia, India, or China, or even smaller players like Iran, Thailand, or Brazil to invest in decentralization, national and local self-sufficiency, and even informal economies, currencies, and markets, by doing so, they help chip away at the current, dominate global deep state which through its media and consumerism still reaches into, threatens, and influences virtually every society on Earth.

    Ultimately, sidestepping the crass, unsophisticated but highly provocative and alluring strategy of tension created around the Trump administration and the alleged “deep state” it is supposedly fighting, is essential in identifying and confronting the real deep state that is orchestrating both sides of this charade.

    Placing stock in political functionaries of the deep state to solve the deep state problem is beyond futile – it is a ruse intentionally engineered to preserve and perpetuate the deep state. By identifying the true source of the real deep state’s power and influence – the wealth it derives from its corporate-financier monopolies, its control over national and international infrastructure, and its media – we can begin devising practical alternatives to dilute these monopolies and thus the power and influence they grant those who control them.