The New York Times editorial spokesman Paul Krugman has just declared that everyone who outed CIA-MI6 operative Stefan Halper should now be put to death for their having “crossed the line into treason”—but with neither Krugman or the New York Times bothering to explain exactly why Halper was paid over $400,000 to spy on the Trump campaign—most particularly due to Halper being responsible for a spying scandal involving the 1980 US presidential election, in which the Reagan campaign – using CIA officials managed by Halper, who got caught running a spying operation from inside the President Jimmy Carter administration.
D.C.-based national-security “super lawyer” Mark Zaid as “without a doubt Concord struck a blow and drew blood”—and that comes at the same time the two main “Deep State” media organs New York Times and Washington Post are reacting in sheer terror to the shocking revelation that CIA-MI6 operative Stefan Halper was placed by the Obama regime to spy on Trump’s presidential campaign—and whose terror is related to the coming mass arrests of the coup plotters against Trump—with former CIA Director John Brennan being specifically warned: “He needs a very good lawyer, he’s going to be in front of a grand jury soon”.
With the so-called Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigation of the “Trump-Russia Dossier Insurance Policy” being nothing more than a cover-up of Obama’s Department of Justice and FBI efforts to destroy the Trump Presidency, the real investigation currently ongoing is the one headed by Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz—with former FBI supervisory special agent James Gagliano even warning his “fake news” colleagues at CNN what’s about to strike by his stating: “Sources with knowledge of the impending DOJ Inspector General Report confirm that it will be a fairly damning indictment of FBI’s seventh floor during the Comey era. “It’s worse than expected,” seems to be the consistent theme.
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“The file included documentation of a 2003 preliminary report on 9/11 which identified the event as a nuclear demolition on behalf of a terrorist organization that had accessed nuclear material from US stockpiles though Israeli penetration of the Department of Energy. It further alleged that the Department of Homeland Security had been established to manage the coverup and silence whistleblowers.”
The fatal shot was fired inches from Robert Kennedy's right ear. Sirhan shot from the front, several feet away. Thane Eugene Caesar stood behind RFK, with the same model gun. Caesar was a staunch segregationist who was hired at the last minute to protect a man he hated, a Kennedy. (In 1968, presidential candidates had no Secret Service protection.) Caesar also worked for the George Wallace campaign.
UPDATED: CIA and NBC cover-up detailed in #JFKfiles. “As a matter of fact, the Warren Commission’s inquiry into the assassination started off with a completely unacceptable philosophy for a democracy like ours. One of its stated objectives was to calm the fears of the people about a conspiracy.”
Sergei Mikhailov, along with his treasonous co-conspirators Dmitry Dokuchaev and Ruslan Stoyanov, this report states, further revealed that Dana Bash paid them for the information she received, but with them all adding that they knew these illicit funds were being funneled through CNN by the CIA—specifically by Bash’s husband, the CIA operative Jeremy Bash—and with their adding that they believed that no one could ever believe the lies they were telling as it was an American intelligence operation against their own citizens, not Russian.
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“The German and American media tries to bring war to the people in Europe, to bring war to Russia. This is a point of no return, and I am going to stand up and say … it is not right what I have done in the past, to manipulate people, to make propaganda against Russia…because war is never coming from itself, there is always people who push for war, and this is not only politicians, it is journalists too. … We have betrayed our readers, just to push for war. …” Udo Ulfkotte. Other journalists that paid the ultimate price.: Andrew Breitbart died of a “heart attack” after suggesting John Podesta was involved in a pedophilia ring. Another whistleblower, Ted Gunderson of the FBI, died of arsenic poisoning, as did Breitbart’s coroner. To quote the RT article: “Michael Cormier, 61, passed away on April 20, the Los Angeles Times reports this week. Although Cormier’s death is only being publicized now, the timing of actual passing actually came within hours of the release of the preliminary autopsy report of Breitbart.” But Breitbart had the last laugh, albeit posthumously, as his news site became a trusted and powerful influence in the 2016 election. His partner Steve Bannon would go on to be President Trump’s chief strategist.
Because 59 witnesses would have to conspire to present the same consistent account, the most ridiculous and obvious conspiracy theory of all is coming from the Lone Gunman Conspiracy Theorists.
"Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse in which a victim is manipulated into doubting their own memory, perception, and sanity. Instances may range from the denial by an abuser that previous abusive incidents ever occurred, up to the staging of bizarre events by the abuser with the intention of disorienting the victim." A good example of staged, bizarre events are the protests organized at RNC events, and the DNC convention we saw detailed in the Project Veritas video stings. In them, we see the DNC, under Bob Creamer, paid $1,500 to the mentally ill at Trump rallies to foment violence.
The preconditions for revolution exist in the UK, and most Western countries [including the U.S]. The number of active pre-conditions is quite stunning, from elite isolation to concentrated wealth to inadequate socialization and education, to concentrated land-holdings to loss of authority to repression of new technologies, especially in relation to energy, to the atrophy of the public sector and spread of corruption, to media dishonesty, to mass unemployment of young men and on and on and on.”