Large portions of the 911 Emergency System in the United States have been crippled over the past 24-hours—a system managed by the American telecommunications giant CenturyLink, whose President and Chief Operating Officer, Jeffrey Storey, former President Barack Obama secreted onto the critical National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) just weeks prior to President Donald Trump taking power. The sudden attack was pre-warned about by the feared Trump supporting private intelligence and mercenary company Blackwater who, on 26 December, took out a full page advertisement to chilling warn the “Deep State” that “We Are Coming!” […]
A thought-provoking new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today noting that production is set to begin on the world’s most feared anti-aircraft/anti-missile/anti-satellite defense system known as the S-500, states that its S-400 predecessor (one of the best air-defence systems currently made) has just started a 10-day “destruction countdown” clock for the Western military alliance North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) without its even having been fired—and is when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his NATO aligned nation having this military alliance’s second largest force will begin receiving the Russian built S-400 missile defense system in outright defiance of President Donald Trump’s threat to impose “crippling sanctions” on them for doing so—and if imposed, will very likely see Turkey leaving NATOfracturing this military alliance—but is an action not cared about by Trump who today now presides over the longest economic expansion the United States has ever seen in its entire history. […]
Under the US Constitution that provides for a tripartite (3 part) form of government equally dividing state power among the Executive Branch, Legislative Branch and Judicial Branch, this report explains, President Trump is the federal official primarily responsible for the relations of the United States with foreign nations—but should this new law pass this week, it would remove all such powers from the Executive Branch giving them, instead, to the US Congress—who shockingly in the final version of this bill takes Executive Orders signed by President Barack Obama and makes them law.
In 2014, this report notes, President Obama signed Executive Orders 13660, 13661, 13662, 13685, 13694 and 13757 imposing sanctions on Russia, which the Executive Branch has the power to do—but for the first time in American history, the US Congress, as the Legislative Branch, takes these Executive Orders signed by Obama and orders President Trump not to ever remove them—thus effectively negating his ability to conduct foreign policy. […]