Russia: Who is managing the US behind the scenes?

Although it seems that Russia doesn’t really care who will be the next president of the United States, because it doesn’t actually matter much, it is still very important who will replace Barack Obama, writes the RIA Novosti philosopher Vladimir Lepehin.
The United States, judging by everything, is the only country in the world founded by the big landowners, industrialists and bankers. The founders of the United States have managed to create a principally new system of government, in which the property, power and ideology do not control the royal family and the Church, but the oligarchs, explains Lepehin.

[ Editor’s note: Actually there was not much competition in the “founding country” field, as there had been none in a long time, while Europe fought endless wars with and without religious overtones. America was “founded” by those fleeing that chaos, including the white slaves, which are America’s deepest secret.

Lepehin’s description is dead wrong on the oligarch thing, but can be forgiven as he is far away from America, and he used a trendy theme. All those who owned a piece of property were invested with a vote… one vote. So the man that owned a small piece of rocky soil to eek out a living had equal voting power to a 1000-acre plantation owner.

This was the unprecedented gift to the modern world by America’s Founding fathers, as was Jefferson’s concept of a “natural aristocracy” which was earned by education and merit, not by royal lineage. Jefferson took this further when he introduced legislation which ended the passing on of inheritance to the oldest son, thereby spreading inherited wealth out among more human seedlings.

After our Revolutionary War, where both my wife and I had ancestors, hers with General Washington at Valley Forge and mine in a Georgia unit, these veterans received land grants for their service, a privilege of merit for having served, when only 5% of the colonists at the time openly supported the Revolution in that they were subject to severe punishment. And punishment was meted out to a good number of the Signers of our Declaration of Independence.

Mr. Lepehin attempted an impossible thing to do, looking at the current oligarch capitalist threat, which has become a national security threat to us all today, through the prism of America’s Founding Fathers, which was really a totally different situation. And as for what came later, where all those in all modern politics who had lots of money, media access and industrial power effectively had “more than one vote”.

There will always be those with more influence in democratic institutions everywhere, but it is what they do with that influence and why which is what voters should be focused on. Unions have always had more power than independent small businesses. The US Electrical Workers organization was communist-controlled for a number of years, as was the Seamen’s union, which was used for its wonderful worldwide courier services.

But I salute Mr. Lepehin for taking on the oligarchs for the scourge they have becomeJim W. Dean ]

Throughout American history, the author reminds us that whoever is in the ruling class and whoever is elected president of the country, the ones who really control the country are the filthy rich.

However, the pass in their closed clubs have never been just a situation of property but also fidelity to its caste.

“It is very much clear that in such system of government the positioned leader of the country cannot be a politician who is not under its control. And where else could the president come from when the entire political system from the bottom to the top is structured so that without a serious financial support of the mentioned clubs (provisionally called ‘Republican’ and ‘Democrat’), a person cannot become even an ordinary congressman? “, asks the author.

It is obvious, writes Lepehin that in such a system of government the president of the US represents only a decoration. True policy of this country is not embodied by the chief of the White House, but the state apparatus which is absolutely loyal to the establishment and American values. The task of this apparatus is the control of the President himself and his actions, notes the author.

Lepehin states that in the 20th century there were only two exceptions in which American presidents were more or less independent. The first was Franklin Roosevelt, who in times of economic disaster in 1933 and then World War II got a carte blanche for independent operation.

The second was, according to Lepehin, John Kennedy, a Democrat who unlike Roosevelt had no mandate from the oligarchs and who therefore was unacceptable to the American system of government, not only in the ranks of Republicans but also among his own Democrats.

The tragic removal of John and Robert Kennedy then became the foundation for all other Americans who later sought to enter the big politics of the country. And the rules of this policy so far has not been challenged by no one, including Barack Obama, says the author.

Why is Hillary dangerous, and Donald Trump interesting

“We should applaud Barack Obama. He took the presidential position with having some ideas, and tried even to implement some of them, “writes Lepehin, citing as an example his program of reforms of health care and education.

Obama, however, like his predecessors, had to face the fact that the realization of any kind, even a slight idea in America is impossible without the support of the establishment.

“I suppose, however, that the American president responded the gray eminences who blocked his ideas by sabotaging several of their demands. He went out to meet the oligarchical lobbyists in connection with Libya and Syria, but has ‘raised a handbrake’ for calls of ‘severe responses’ to Russia’s conflict with Georgia, the Crimea and Donbas. He signed a decision to extend the sanctions against Russia, but probably with no particular satisfaction, “says Lepehin.

Many people call Obama “the American Gorbachev” because of his inconsistency and indecision.

From my point of view, Obama will go down in history as the president who has tried to bring something positive in US policy, in contrast by the way, from the cynical Hillary Clinton who is hurrying to the authorities,” writes Lepehin.

In light of all this is undoubtedly interesting and provoking candidacy of Donald Trump – a man who, as it is claimed in his commercials, made himself, as well as the left Democrat Bernie Sanders, who is committed to fight against terrorists in alliance with Russia, according to the author.

In his opinion, as a billionaire, and therefore a man of independent peers, Trump could destroy the vicious connection with the structures of the shadows and their puppets as head of state. “It is possible that this link might sway also with Sanders’ says Lepehin, but he is skeptical about the possibility that this will actually happen.

The ruling class of America requires the president-controller. But the problem is that in this class there is no longer a unity as it was before. Bankers finally alienated themselves and divided in particular, supranational caste, and thus are the contradictions of the Republican and Democratic Club within the US establishment and came out at the strategic level, explains the author.

Today, the Republicans do not demonstrate the political correctness by electing women as the head of state. In terms of the erosion of American identity they need a stable and conservative president.

Bankers, on the contrary, requires that the head of the White House embodies a new supranational identity. This is how the African-American Obama is and this is how Hillary Clinton will probably be.

It is possible that the presidential elections in 2016 are the first in the history of the US nationwide election campaign in which the ruling class does not have agreed positions, concludes Lepehin.


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8 Responses to "Russia: Who is managing the US behind the scenes?"

  1. Cold Wind  March 7, 2016 at 7:23 am

    Right now the US does not have a ‘system of government’. The political process in America is all smoke and mirrors, a show put on by the Federal Reserve and other high dollar usurpers. We are an occupied nation ruled from above by a cesspool of degenerate, lawless oligarchs who think Israel is the center of the universe. We are a pseudo nation where every American is considered a potential terrorist or enemy of the state. Clearly, the Russians do not understand America or what we have become.

  2. Simpsons Donkey  March 7, 2016 at 2:51 am

    Come come, Mr Dean. If you wanted to undermine Mr Lepehin’s point, why feature him?
    America is an oligarchy — not a theory — a fact, according to the study done on how much political influence they have, by Stanford U. Fact. Romance is another thing.
    This is indeed the first election in which it can seriously be said that this oligarchy is no longer identified with the American masses. They declare their profits overseas, don’t pay US taxes, have the Rothschilds branch bank in Reno for that purpose, and Americans will now see what the Brits saw around 1920s, when fat Poms’ money went where it got a better return — America. Now, the money is flowing out everywhere, and the Donald ain’t gonna bring it back neither. Unless you can find an American Putin, you’re toast.

    • Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor  March 7, 2016 at 5:20 am

      Hardly undermining. It’s called an editors note…a higher up the chain comment than a reader comment, and something that editors do as part of their work. And my commenting was just on part of this material, and something we do quite a bit on when working with our overseas people. With the garbage that we find being talk in American schools in terms of PC stuff, foreign people are by no mean immune to getting sucked up into it themselves, and often for partisan regions. The pick the pieces they want to use to get some hits in, and ignore anything that conflicts with it. And this just happens to be a specialty area of mine from my years doing Heritage TV here in Atlanta, and having a Rev War ancestor. My wife’s was with Washington at Valley Forge. The big corporate guys have been offshore in most all countries for a long time now.

  3. Altimometer  March 6, 2016 at 10:02 pm

    FDR had an unprecedented 3 terms ,having died in his third term. Passing a law making it illegal to own gold the proceeds were given to the banksters who had run the US insolvent. JFK sought to return the nation to prosperity by correcting the sins of our fathers. The coup that killed him has had us by the throat hence forth. The threats on Trump have already be floated as they were on Ross Perot.To the billionaire controllers as donors, farm animals are we.

  4. davor  March 6, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    After 9/11 I wouldn’t trust American government with boiling an egg. Regardless of my diplomacy school, background or flag.

  5. Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor  March 6, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    Amen, it was a slave culture in the South. Of course there were rich planters in major political positions, but they were also some of the most educated and esteemed people in the country at the time as they risked their oligarchies in the Revolution. You could say that Ben Franklin was a printing oligarch at the time, but he was one that invented a thing called having business all pitch in some money to have their boardwalks swept and the horse dung collected from the streets each day by people that needed to make some money.

  6. Howie  March 6, 2016 at 9:50 am

    U.S elections are merely the best circus act money can buy.

    The outcome is pre-ordained by the electronic voting machine.

  7. SweetLove  March 6, 2016 at 9:43 am

    Good analysis, thank you.

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