By Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould From Trotsky to Burnham, from Burnham to Machiavelli and Machiavelli to neoconservatism, the circle of British imperialism closes The recent assertion by the Trump White House that Damascus and Moscow released “false narratives” to mislead the world about the April 4th Sarin gas attack in Khan Shaykhun, Syria, is […]
What was needed to sustain the spirit of a global American empire was a permanent enemy, which would require a psychological campaign to keep the hatred of Russia alive for generations.
Most Americans outside of Washington policy circles don’t know about Team B, where it came from or what it did, nor are they aware of its roots in the Fourth International, the Trotskyist branch of the Communist International.
The real villains are the hard-liners who created the concept out of an unwillingness to accept the unbiased and balanced judgments of intelligence professionals.
How the hatred for Catholic Rome in the 14th century would establish a life and death struggle within the European deep-state; and how this conflict would lead to the rise of a crypto-Cathar counter church, whose apocalyptic world-ending goals would complete its cycle on November 22, 1963 in the Anglo/Norman America of the present era.
Understanding the forces that drive Washington’s quest for Empire may appear on the surface to be limited to money and power, but when it comes to the ultimate objectives of the so-called Anglo-American Deep State, the foundations of today’s realities may be better explained by looking into the deep past.
21st Century Armageddon – With the liberals’ policy of nuclear restraint dismissed as irrational, what justification could be found to wage a nuclear war, where millions of innocent people, including Americans, would be killed?
While covering the campaigns of the two most disliked candidates in American history, mainstream commentators found that facts just didn’t matter, but now those missing facts have landed Donald Trump in the WH, and panic is setting in.
“We’re the dark matter. We’re the force that orders the universe but can’t be seen,” a strapping Navy SEAL, speaking on condition of anonymity, said in describing his unit.