Trump has been president for 26 days as of writing this, no he isn’t the next Hitler, and no he’s not going to Make America Great Again for all the uneducated whites, minorities, and christians who voted for him.
So let’s move past #NotMyPresident, and it’s equally bullshit cousin the “Give him a Chance!” crowd. He is your president, and the grace period for avoiding criticism ends as soon as you get sworn in. We’ve gone from “Thanks Obama” to “Dammit Donald”. Nothing will make Obama’s legacy as a center-left democrat look better than the train wreck that will be Trumps administration. But enough of rehashing the past few weeks/months of news, you didn’t come here for something you could get more eloquent and accurate somewhere else.
Let’s skip past headlines for a bit, and venture down a slightly more conspiracy theory-lite™ route to take a closer look at what’s happening, and why it’s happening. Recently it’s came out due to excellent reporting from the NYTimes, and WashingtonPost, that senior advisers in Trumps cabinet and campaign staff had contact with Russian Intelligence officials. No doubt a tweet incoming about how “Fake news” outlets are again making things up to tarnish his historically low approval rating. There is no question Russia did interfere in our elections by airing the DNCs dirty laundry/ emails. But this isn’t just about how the DNC picked the wrong candidate, is it?
Micheal Flynn looking cheesed while resigning
So why would Russia intervene on Donald’s behalf?
Well this is a complicated question, and in future posts I’ll cover the Trump Dossier, Trump’s links to a $10.2 billion dollar sale of Rostneft (Russia’s state owned oil company) to an unknown buyer, and what I believe to be the final motivation a $500 billion dollar deal between Exxon Mobile and Russia. The classic “Follow the Money” rings ever true here. I hope to show you evidence for policy and cabinet positions that are influenced by money, not Trump being a scary racist or a good Christian that wants to MAGA.
So WTF Russia? Why interfere with American elections, the Cold War is over?
Russia is following the geopolitical strategy laid out in “The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia” by Aleksandr Dugin. Basically this is a book that has been used by the Russian military and security services as a textbook (Q: guess who used to be a part of the KGB? A: Vladimir Putin, Da!). So the book operates on the premise that America can’t be defeated militarily, so Russia will use subversive tactics and it’s national resources to reset the global balance of power.
A warm water port because no nation wants to be land locked or have ports for only half the year. (S/o to Mrs.Bello from High School for teaching me this)
The UK should be separated from Europe/ the EU
- ☑ Brexit aka UK left the EU, see possible Russian Interference
Disrupt America as a global leader through subversive/ indirect means.
“Russia should use its special forces within the borders of the United States to fuel instability and separatism, for instance, provoke “Afro-American racists”. Russia should “introduce geopolitical disorder into internal American activity, encouraging all kinds of separatism and ethnic, social and racial conflicts, actively supporting all dissident movements – extremist, racist, and sectarian groups, thus destabilizing internal political processes in the U.S. It would also make sense simultaneously to support isolationist tendencies in American politics.”
- ☑ Fucking check, we got played dawg.
Over the next few weeks I plan to cover Steve Bannon, a look at “Pizzagate”, Rex Tillerson’s appointment as Secretary of State and the connection to the Exxon-Rostneft deal. Why I believe Iran is being painted as the Enemy, and why the Muslim ban is just to create fear. I guess don’t think of Trump as some evil mastermind or something like that, yes he’s narcissistic, but there’s many more things pulling the strings here than just “MAGA” or whatever else. Call your representatives, stay informed, etc. Now I need to go to bed cause it’s 2:00am, and putting off homework isn’t going to help me secure a warm water port.