NEO: Biden will be America at her best (published by Russian govt.)

The American people have, to the extent allowed, drained their own swamp.

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Biden will be America at her best

by Gordon Duff and New Eastern Outlook of the Russian Academy of Science (Established – 1816)

 

For four ugly years, world organized crime, acting through its stranglehold on American government and partner leaders, virtual “capos” around the world, has spiraled the world into madness.

Behind it all, a “perfect storm,” Donald Trump, a psychopathic bumbler with low normal intelligence and a penchant for drawing to him the angry, the fearful and the hate ridden.

For four ugly years, the world has been subjected to a denial of science, a denial of basic human rights and freedoms, economic warfare, continual threats of nuclear war and an America guided by incompetence.

For four ugly years, the level of human suffering around the world has risen at the hands of a cabal lead by American leaders who have hidden behind a veil of fake Christianity while pursuing polices ridden by bigotry and racism.

For four ugly years, the world’s media, social and otherwise, has been infected with cults manufactured by rogue intelligence agencies and their criminal partners, the bizarre mythology of Qanon, supported by Donald Trump, promising a “new tomorrow.”

That tomorrow, and this cult has spread around the world, is dime store fascism of the ilk that infected the planet nearly a century ago.

For four ugly years, up was down, right was wrong, good was bad and too many, drowning in a sea of weakness, sought not only to push the world into conflict but to do so on behalf of principles based not on human progress or social justice but on a return to slavery.

For four ugly years, the United States stood as an example of how a people could lose their souls.

There is a new sheriff in town. From the New York Times:

“ President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. is poised to unleash a series of executive actions on his first day in the Oval Office, prompting what is likely to be a yearlong effort to unwind President Trump’s domestic agenda and immediately signal a wholesale shift in the United States’ place in the world.

In the first hours after he takes the oath of office on the West Front of the Capitol at noon on Jan. 20, Mr. Biden has said, he will send a letter to the United Nations indicating that the country will rejoin the global effort to combat climate change, reversing Mr. Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord with more than 174 countries.

Mr. Biden’s afternoon will be a busy one.

He has vowed that on Day 1 he will move rapidly to confront the coronavirus pandemic by appointing a “national supply chain commander” and establishing a “pandemic testing board,” similar to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s wartime production panel. He has said he will restore the rights of government workers to unionize. He has promised to order a new fight against homelessness and resettle more refugees fleeing war. He has pledged to abandon Mr. Trump’s travel ban on mostly Muslim countries and to begin calling foreign leaders in an attempt to restore trust among the United States’ closest allies.”

Addressing climate change is a first step for the United States to rejoin the world community, the community of responsible and respected nations. Denial of climate change is only one of the ugly policies embraced as America descended into rule by conspiracy theory, bizarre theories that always enriched Trump’s powerful friends in the fossil fuel pollution business.

Those overseas, subject to deeply censored or carelessly incompetent new media, seldom saw the devastation wrought by Trump and his gangster goons, what they did to the United States and its people.

It was far more than a few thousand children who would spend months, now years, living in cages. 545 of those children no longer have parents anyone can find. Are they dead, deported to the ends of the earth, imprisoned in some hole, nobody knows?

What also became clear to Americans is that the cults that grew up in the 19th century such as the Ku Klux Klan or the Black Legion of the 20th century could somehow rise out of the ashes under the guise of populism and reform, at the hands of the powerful spin masters of Google and Facebook.

Thirty percent or more of America’s population were, to an extent, criminalized and diminished while those who still knew right from wrong were stripped of any voice at all.

That ship has sailed.

Americans learned so much, now a majority of decent Americans, that the law enforcement community inside the United States is utterly corrupt, not just racist, but partnered now, decades, maybe longer, with criminal elements.

The regional fiefdoms set up by what is called “courthouse gangs,” a local sheriff, the public prosecutor and judges chosen by special interest groups, rule rural America on behalf of a blend of privileged elites and traffickers, narcotics, human beings, anything that pays.

Police in not just dozens, but hundreds of communities across the United States embrace membership in fascist gangs while enriching themselves on payoffs from drug cartels and brothel owners.

To an extent this has always gone on in the United States as corruption is endemic where force without reason rules.

However, for four ugly years, the world of America became the rule of law, supported by daily tweets and endless pronouncements, not just by Donald Trump but by those around him, a cabal of the like the world hasn’t seen since 1933 Germany.

Kushner for Ribbentrop, William Barr for Himmler, two sons vie for the role of Goering with the rest of the cast of the Nuremburg Trials soon to be cast out as well, a litany of small and ugly men and unnatural women.

For four ugly years, lies, so many they are counted and jested about, became the norm. These were not innocent lies, not hardly.

For four ugly years, the rights of Americans were stripped away by “presidential dictates” that should never have been possible, stripping away the authority of courts and the legislative authority. The people lost every role in government, every role in securing and safeguarding their own lives.

Anyone could be targeted news. With a very few minor changes, the famous quote from Martin Niemoeller became an everyday reality for more than 100 million Americans targeted by the Trump regime:

First, they came for the Communists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Communist

Then they came for the Socialists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Socialist

Then they came for the trade unionists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a trade unionist

Then they came for the Jews
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Jew

Then they came for me
And there was no one left
To speak out for me

Yes, as predicted, they even came for the Jews, as QAnon’s bizarre ramblings settled into blaming the Jews for the world’s wrongs while Trump’s followers migrated from symbols of the slave owning Confederacy to the ever so predictable swastika.

The world is now looking to Biden, Pakistan, Syria, Iran certainly, Yemen, nation after nation waking up to uncertainty as to how to deal with a United States no longer controlled by criminals.

Can Netanyahu survive without Trump’s protection, both drowning in accusations of financial misconduct and, worse still, manipulating events for profit.

How will Russia deal with an America after Trump, a leader superficially friendly to Moscow while also dragging Russia into a nuclear arms race?

Here is the deal; just perhaps things can change and that America waking up may well be a catalyst. The American people have, to the extent allowed, drained their own swamp.

With America turning away from dictatorship, what now can be done elsewhere? There are other hard questions as well, first among them as to how the world allowed the United States to take control, both militarily and economically, of the planet while descending into anarchy at home?

Balance disappeared. Will balance be restored?

Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War that has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades and consulted with governments challenged by security issues. He’s a senior editor and chairman of the board of  Veterans Today, especially for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook.”

Biography
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Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.

Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.

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23 COMMENTS

  1. “… Pakistan, Syria, Iran certainly, Yemen, nation after nation waking up to uncertainty as to how to deal with a United States no longer controlled by criminals.”

    Sorry, wasn’t Biden, as part of the Obama administration, integral to backing the proxy wars and false flags against Syria and Yemen? Iran’s allies? Was that not being “controlled by criminals”? Did Obama and Biden not want this and they will inexplicably put up a real fight now?

    • I’m not so sure, Seneca. What was unique about Obama/Biden targeting Syria and, through Yemen, Iran? Those were countries on General Wesley Clark’s list of “seven countries in five years” (Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Lebanon, Iran) that the Pentagon was “going to take out,” and this was from the Bush administration.

      Trump has continued policies warmongering against those countries, of course, but where is this narrative that Biden will change his ways and fix everything coming from? That magical thinking is eerily similar to claiming Trump is going to do the same thing.

    • You’re putting words in my mouth, as I didn’t say that Biden would fix everything. Not by a long shot. I object to those commenters who are unable to give Obama credit for resisting any intimidation from the deep state. It has been asserted in some VT articles that the deep state routinely attempts to intimidate US elected officials if they don’t toe the line. As the older deep staters pass away, and the older generation passes away, and the younger more educated generation begins to vote en masse, there is hope that certain nasty warmongering traditions will wane.

    • Sorry, Sen, but that’s why I asked “where is this narrative… coming from.” I did not mean to say it was coming from you.

      And yes, I know that “the deep state routinely attempts to intimidate US elected officials.” Trump supporters tout the same excuse for him. I call it an excuse because: Shouldn’t a US president also know this? To know what one signed up for yet sell out the people anyway is not a good look.

      As for “the younger more educated generation,” when Americans showed we were too smart by protesting, deserting, and fragging corrupt officers over the Vietnam War, didn’t our education standards decline? I agree that there are currently some educational advantages older generations did not have such as the Internet, yet what good are they if Huxleyan or “Idiocracy” methods keep us from making the right use of them?

    • Thank you for not accusing me of a narrative.
      Concerning knowing in advance about the deep state, I’m not sure that Obama or Trump fully knew what they were getting into, or the extent to which the game of Inside the Beltway is blood sport. Candidates seem to think they are signing up for something else, so I don’t think that statement is airtight, that “they should know”. A couple of them don’t seem to have known in advance.

      My uncle was superintendent of schools and grandfather a high school principal, the whole family were teachers. The educational system really started to slide around 1963, from my recollection of their conversations on “the theory of education”. I’m not sure what you’re referring to in the context of the Nam war, in that I don’t think the war was a cause of educational standards declining. The decline started earlier, specifically with “the new math”, and also when students were no longer allowed to discuss civics and logic in the classroom, eg. “critical thinking”, which was “pulled out of the curriculum” and became almost forbidden in K-12.

      No offense to the older generations, because certainly my ancestors knew some things that I don’t, however, certain groups of people who are under 40 years old have become skeptical of the delivery systems for propaganda. Where that takes them will be anyone’s guess. But, I was impressed with the turnout of younger voters. It’s up to you to find a way to communicate warnings to them in ways they can grasp, since they seem to be a target of your constructive criticism.

      There’s been a century of Huxleyanism and each generation has met the challenge with mixed success. We are too close to the problem to objectively grade ourselves, in my opinion.

    • Consider yourself, Sen: Do you know what high-level people sign up for in the Bankster Empire? Because if you are not an ivy league lawyer, a senator, a billionaire, or some other high-level person yourself, yet you know, why wouldn’t Obama or Trump? Yes, some of them act like they did not know, but isn’t acting also a key component of the “blood sport”? It is possible they truly did not know, but if they reached that high level in spite of their cluelessness or incompetence, what does that say about them?

      Speaking of 1963, the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, which was used to justify greater American involvement in the Vietnam War, happened in 1964. However, the War Resisters League was organizing anti-war protests in the US at least as early as… yeah… 1963. Again: Too many Americans questioning the Empire and its warmongering prompted the decline in education.

      You are correct, Sen, that Huxleyan policies are not recent, and there are people in all generations who stood for better, the younger one included. I’m not sure more young voters is something to write home about since most voted for the red or blue Deep Stater, but it will be interesting to see which voters will make positive policy choices regardless of what the Deep Staters say. This is especially true since the Empire’s real power is not from voting; it’s from violence.

  2. The problem with the term Climate Change lies in the fact that nature can change climate faster than anything we are capable of. I don’t believe canard or hoax accurately describes the occurrence. As of late humans and there emissions are driving much of the climate changes. If mother nature wants to have a say things could change either way in a hurry. That may explain why Pagens had so many Gods.

    • Actually recent advances in the understanding of how the Sun interacts with the Earth points to the Sun as the dominant driver of climate change and the cycles of glacial and non glacial periods. Sadly for puny humans we can only mitigate the effects. Perhaps this is not something that our leaders want the general population to understand.

  3. Days ago a man who live in Alaska in a comments section, he was strongly claiming Trump’s years were the best economic times in Alaska he remembered. With him has grown production of steel and oil and others products, rising as never before, and this be lost from now on according this person . I can’t say how much true this is, but after reading several comments in many places, what I have found as common thing across all of them, is everyone stresses the good economic performance with Trump last years, before virus of course.

  4. Pollution is a separate story. You haven’t seen the jungles of Caspian sea to see what it has become in less than 50 years, or maybe you have …
    Also I do know the meaning and the origin of the French word you used for hoax. It’s not a hoax.

  5. I’ll belive it’s a new day if he comes clean about 911 and rescinds the “patriot” act by emergency executive order on his first day in office. Otherwise it’s just the usual promise ’em anything to get elected then follow orders from the power behind the thrones that the likes of Wilson and Disraeli alluded to.
    Remember: the exemplary hit on JFK shows what can happen when a president gets out of line…

  6. As for the election: as a child of 12, a candidate for States Attorney paid my sister and I to sing his campaign song at outdoor rallies. When my father remonstrated us for working for the wrong candidate I pointed out that his man was a reputed crook. His reply: yes, but he is our crook.

  7. Balance of truth and lies heavily weighed down by lies, expected and necessary when a country is at war.

    The old wars of bombs missles occasional nukes and ground troops and police to mop up stragglers has given way to advanced biological warfare, as it is much more effective, blameless, and efficient than the old style of war.

    The lie this biological warfare does not even exist, and so is blameless, and is created from natural forces, (or perhaps it’s immediate victim, China) is the perfect lie and perfect war to wage and has been waged by the USA against China (China won) and then Iran (the USA lost with rest of world it’s collateral damage)
    This war still on going can get worse decided by which way wind blows.
    Perhaps Biden recognizes what really has happened, will do something about it to stop it.
    I doubt it, but maybe – we can hope.

    Putin I think knows full well what happened….someone in the card game is cheating obviously, but to call him on it means a six gun bloodbath.