The Real Reason They Hate Trump

from Wall Street Journal

He’s the average American in exaggerated form—blunt, simple, willing to fight, mistrustful of intellectuals.


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President Donald Trump sits in the driver’s seat of a semi-truck in Washington, D.C., March 23, 2017. Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images

Every big U.S. election is interesting, but the coming midterms are fascinating for a reason most commentators forget to mention: The Democrats have no issues. The economy is booming and America’s international position is strong. In foreign affairs, the U.S. has remembered in the nick of time what Machiavelli advised princes five centuries ago: Don’t seek to be loved, seek to be feared.

The contrast with the Obama years must be painful for any honest leftist. For future generations, the Kavanaugh fight will stand as a marker of the Democratic Party’s intellectual bankruptcy, the flashing red light on the dashboard that says “Empty.” The left is beaten.

This has happened before, in the 1980s and ’90s and early 2000s, but then the financial crisis arrived to save liberalism from certain destruction. Today leftists pray that Robert Mueller will put on his Superman outfit and save them again.

For now, though, the left’s only issue is “We hate Trump.” This is an instructive hatred, because what the left hates about Donald Trump is precisely what it hates about America. The implications are important, and painful.

Not that every leftist hates America. But the leftists I know do hate Mr. Trump’s vulgarity, his unwillingness to walk away from a fight, his bluntness, his certainty that America is exceptional, his mistrust of intellectuals, his love of simple ideas that work, and his refusal to believe that men and women are interchangeable. Worst of all, he has no ideology except getting the job done. His goals are to do the task before him, not be pushed around, and otherwise to enjoy life. In short, he is a typical American—except exaggerated, because he has no constraints to cramp his style except the ones he himself invents.

Mr. Trump lacks constraints because he is filthy rich and always has been and, unlike other rich men, he revels in wealth and feels no need to apologize—ever. He never learned to keep his real opinions to himself because he never had to. He never learned to be embarrassed that he is male, with ordinary male proclivities. Sometimes he has treated women disgracefully, for which Americans, left and right, are ashamed of him—as they are of JFK and Bill Clinton.

But my job as a voter is to choose the candidate who will do best for America. I am sorry about the coarseness of the unconstrained average American that Mr. Trump conveys. That coarseness is unpresidential and makes us look bad to other nations. On the other hand, many of his opponents worry too much about what other people think. I would love the esteem of France, Germany and Japan. But I don’t find myself losing sleep over it.

The difference between citizens who hate Mr. Trump and those who can live with him—whether they love or merely tolerate him—comes down to their views of the typical American: the farmer, factory hand, auto mechanic, machinist, teamster, shop owner, clerk, software engineer, infantryman, truck driver, housewife. The leftist intellectuals I know say they dislike such people insofar as they tend to be conservative Republicans.

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama know their real sins. They know how appalling such people are, with their stupid guns and loathsome churches. They have no money or permanent grievances to make them interesting and no Twitter followers to speak of. They skip Davos every year and watch Fox News. Not even the very best has the dazzling brilliance of a Chuck Schumer, not to mention a Michelle Obama. In truth they are dumb as sheep.

Mr. Trump reminds us who the average American really is. Not the average male American, or the average white American. We know for sure that, come 2020, intellectuals will be dumbfounded at the number of women and blacks who will vote for Mr. Trump. He might be realigning the political map: plain average Americans of every type vs. fancy ones.

Many left-wing intellectuals are counting on technology to do away with the jobs that sustain all those old-fashioned truck-driver-type people, but they are laughably wide of the mark. It is impossible to transport food and clothing, or hug your wife or girl or child, or sit silently with your best friend, over the internet. Perhaps that’s obvious, but to be an intellectual means nothing is obvious. Mr. Trump is no genius, but if you have mastered the obvious and add common sense, you are nine-tenths of the way home. (Scholarship is fine, but the typical modern intellectual cheapens his learning with politics, and is proud to vary his teaching with broken-down left-wing junk.)

This all leads to an important question—one that will be dismissed indignantly today, but not by historians in the long run: Is it possible to hate Donald Trump but not the average American?

True, Mr. Trump is the unconstrained average citizen. Obviously you can hate some of his major characteristics—the infantile lack of self-control in his Twitter babble, his hitting back like a spiteful child bully—without hating the average American, who has no such tendencies. (Mr. Trump is improving in these two categories.) You might dislike the whole package. I wouldn’t choose him as a friend, nor would he choose me. But what I see on the left is often plain, unconditional hatred of which the hater—God forgive him—is proud. It’s discouraging, even disgusting. And it does mean, I believe, that the Trump-hater truly does hate the average American—male or female, black or white. Often he hates America, too.

Granted, Mr. Trump is a parody of the average American, not the thing itself. To turn away is fair. But to hate him from your heart is revealing. Many Americans were ashamed when Ronald Reagan was elected. A movie actor? But the new direction he chose for America was a big success on balance, and Reagan turned into a great president. Evidently this country was intended to be run by amateurs after all—by plain citizens, not only lawyers and bureaucrats.

Those who voted for Mr. Trump, and will vote for his candidates this November, worry about the nation, not its image. The president deserves our respect because Americans deserve it—not such fancy-pants extras as network commentators, socialist high-school teachers and eminent professors, but the basic human stuff that has made America great, and is making us greater all the time.

Mr. Gelernter is computer science professor at Yale and chief scientist at Dittach LLC. His most recent book is “Tides of Mind.”

Appeared in the October 22, 2018, print edition.

Donald J Trump, my point of view

Donald J Trump is the most conservative president that we have had in recent history.

Trump is a “Common Sense” conservative, not an ideological one. He is the most effective anti liberal in a whole generation.

He hasn’t been like that always, he was a Democrat.

Bush’s failure to win in Iraq and Afghanistan and Obama’s disastrous foreign policy

 

Max Boot: “I rather vote for Joseph Stalin than Donald Trump” Wow a well recognized historian saying that it would be better to have a /president that killed ore than 30 million people than a NY businessman that wants to do something good for his country.

Every time you turnaround, he is instinctively saying something that drives the left crazy” Newt Gingrich

 

DJT: ‘Watching Obama drove him to the Right.

 

10 names of nominees to the Supreme Court

he is not afraid to take on the establishment

like Jacksion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Real Reason They Hate Trump

He’s the average American in exaggerated form—blunt, simple, willing to fight, mistrustful of intellectuals.

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President Donald Trump sits in the driver’s seat of a semi-truck in Washington, D.C., March 23, 2017.Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images

Every big U.S. election is interesting, but the coming midterms are fascinating for a reason most commentators forget to mention: The Democrats have no issues. The economy is booming and America’s international position is strong. In foreign affairs, the U.S. has remembered in the nick of time what Machiavelli advised princes five centuries ago: Don’t seek to be loved, seek to be feared.

The contrast with the Obama years must be painful for any honest leftist. For future generations, the Kavanaugh fight will stand as a marker of the Democratic Party’s intellectual bankruptcy, the flashing red light on the dashboard that says “Empty.” The left is beaten.

This has happened before, in the 1980s and ’90s and early 2000s, but then the financial crisis arrived to save liberalism from certain destruction. Today leftists pray that Robert Mueller will put on his Superman outfit and save them again.

For now, though, the left’s only issue is “We hate Trump.” This is an instructive hatred, because what the left hates about Donald Trump is precisely what it hates about America. The implications are important, and painful.

Not that every leftist hates America. But the leftists I know do hate Mr. Trump’s vulgarity, his unwillingness to walk away from a fight, his bluntness, his certainty that America is exceptional, his mistrust of intellectuals, his love of simple ideas that work, and his refusal to believe that men and women are interchangeable. Worst of all, he has no ideology except getting the job done. His goals are to do the task before him, not be pushed around, and otherwise to enjoy life. In short, he is a typical American—except exaggerated, because he has no constraints to cramp his style except the ones he himself invents.

Mr. Trump lacks constraints because he is filthy rich and always has been and, unlike other rich men, he revels in wealth and feels no need to apologize—ever. He never learned to keep his real opinions to himself because he never had to. He never learned to be embarrassed that he is male, with ordinary male proclivities. Sometimes he has treated women disgracefully, for which Americans, left and right, are ashamed of him—as they are of JFK and Bill Clinton.

But my job as a voter is to choose the candidate who will do best for America. I am sorry about the coarseness of the unconstrained average American that Mr. Trump conveys. That coarseness is unpresidential and makes us look bad to other nations. On the other hand, many of his opponents worry too much about what other people think. I would love the esteem of France, Germany and Japan. But I don’t find myself losing sleep over it.

The difference between citizens who hate Mr. Trump and those who can live with him—whether they love or merely tolerate him—comes down to their views of the typical American: the farmer, factory hand, auto mechanic, machinist, teamster, shop owner, clerk, software engineer, infantryman, truck driver, housewife. The leftist intellectuals I know say they dislike such people insofar as they tend to be conservative Republicans.

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama know their real sins. They know how appalling such people are, with their stupid guns and loathsome churches. They have no money or permanent grievances to make them interesting and no Twitter followers to speak of. They skip Davos every year and watch Fox News. Not even the very best has the dazzling brilliance of a Chuck Schumer, not to mention a Michelle Obama. In truth they are dumb as sheep.

Mr. Trump reminds us who the average American really is. Not the average male American, or the average white American. We know for sure that, come 2020, intellectuals will be dumbfounded at the number of women and blacks who will vote for Mr. Trump. He might be realigning the political map: plain average Americans of every type vs. fancy ones.

Many left-wing intellectuals are counting on technology to do away with the jobs that sustain all those old-fashioned truck-driver-type people, but they are laughably wide of the mark. It is impossible to transport food and clothing, or hug your wife or girl or child, or sit silently with your best friend, over the internet. Perhaps that’s obvious, but to be an intellectual means nothing is obvious. Mr. Trump is no genius, but if you have mastered the obvious and add common sense, you are nine-tenths of the way home. (Scholarship is fine, but the typical modern intellectual cheapens his learning with politics, and is proud to vary his teaching with broken-down left-wing junk.)

This all leads to an important question—one that will be dismissed indignantly today, but not by historians in the long run: Is it possible to hate Donald Trump but not the average American?

True, Mr. Trump is the unconstrained average citizen. Obviously you can hate some of his major characteristics—the infantile lack of self-control in his Twitter babble, his hitting back like a spiteful child bully—without hating the average American, who has no such tendencies. (Mr. Trump is improving in these two categories.) You might dislike the whole package. I wouldn’t choose him as a friend, nor would he choose me. But what I see on the left is often plain, unconditional hatred of which the hater—God forgive him—is proud. It’s discouraging, even disgusting. And it does mean, I believe, that the Trump-hater truly does hate the average American—male or female, black or white. Often he hates America, too.

Granted, Mr. Trump is a parody of the average American, not the thing itself. To turn away is fair. But to hate him from your heart is revealing. Many Americans were ashamed when Ronald Reagan was elected. A movie actor? But the new direction he chose for America was a big success on balance, and Reagan turned into a great president. Evidently this country was intended to be run by amateurs after all—by plain citizens, not only lawyers and bureaucrats.

Those who voted for Mr. Trump, and will vote for his candidates this November, worry about the nation, not its image. The president deserves our respect because Americans deserve it—not such fancy-pants extras as network commentators, socialist high-school teachers and eminent professors, but the basic human stuff that has made America great, and is making us greater all the time.

Mr. Gelernter is computer science professor at Yale and chief scientist at Dittach LLC. His most recent book is “Tides of Mind.”

Appeared in the October 22, 2018, print edition.

Theodore Roosevelt on Immigration

A discussion on Former president Theodore Roosevelt’s words regarding the assimilation of immigrants into American culture.

Lets find out what is true and what is not about his thoughts on migration.

From Snopes

Theodore Roosevelt was about to finish his first two-year term as governor of the state of New York when the Republican Party chose him as its candidate for vice president in the 1900 national election. The Republicans were victorious at the ballot box that year, but Roosevelt held the vice-presidency for less than a year before he was elevated to the White House upon the assassination of President William McKinley on 14 September 1901, thereby becoming the youngest person ever to hold the office of President of the United States. Roosevelt was elected to a full term as president in 1904, and among his many notable achievements was his selection as a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate for his part in the negotiations leading to the Treaty of Portsmouth that ended the Russo-Japanese War in 1905.

Although Roosevelt did not hold public office again after leaving the presidency in 1909 (his efforts to regain the White House as a third party candidate in 1912 proving unsuccessful), he remained active in the public political sphere. In the waning years of his life, as World War I raged in Europe and America entered the conflict on the side of the Allies, he frequently spoke of his belief that immigrants taking up residence in the U.S. should assimilate into American society as quickly as possible, learn the English language, eschew hyphenated national identities (e.g., “Italian-American”) and declare their primary national allegiance to the United States of America.

On 1 February 1916, for example, Roosevelt advocated measures for strengthening and ensuring the “loyalty” of American immigrants:

 

 

Theodore Roosevelt, speaking at a luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. Vincent Astor for the National Americanization Committee in the Astor Court Building, declared that one of the reasons why many German-Americans have shown greater love for their native land that for their adopted country is that the German system demands greater loyalty than is demanded in this country, and a greater contribution to the common welfare. “And all of you know I am free from a taint of neutrality,” he added, “so I can say this without suspicion.”

The encouragement of better housing conditions and a compulsion to learn the English language, Colonel Roosevelt said, would help the process of Americanization.

“We cannot make the Americanization movement a success,” Colonel Roosevelt said, “unless we approach it from the economic standpoint. It is true that governmentally Germany is an autocracy. But there has been a great deal more industrial freedom there than many of our old industrial communities. The German Government says we expect you to work out good results, to get together with the laborer, and yourselves decide what you are going to pay to the doctors who are to pass upon the health of the employees, and the amount of damages any employee merits. The Government insists upon a great amount of self-government by the people themselves.

“I feel that by insistence upon proper housing conditions we shall indirectly approach this. I want to see the immigrant know that he has got to spend a certain amount of his money in decent housing; that he will not be allowed to live on $2.50 per month board basis.

“Let us say to the immigrant not that we hope he will learn English, but that he has got to learn it. Let the immigrant who does not learn it go back. He has got to consider the interest of the United States or he should not stay here. He must be made to see that his opportunities in this country depend upon his knowing English and observing American standards. The employer cannot be permitted to regard him only as an industrial asset.

“We must in every way possible encourage the immigrant to rise, help him up, give him a chance to help himself. If we try to carry him he may well prove not well worth carrying. We must in turn insist upon his showing the same standard of fealty to this country and to join with us in raising the level of our common American citizenship.

“If I could I would have the kind of restriction which would not allow any immigrant to come here unless I was content that his grandchildren would be fellow-citizens of my grandchildren. They will not be so if he lives in a boarding house at $2.50 per month with ten other boarders and contracts tuberculosis and contributes to the next generation a body of citizens inferior not only morally and spiritually but also physically.”1

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2. The belief that nations will benefit from acting independently rather than collectively, emphasizing national rather than international goals.
3. The belief that a particular cultural or ethnic group constitutes a distinct people deserving of political self-determination.

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1 : an advocate of or believer in nationalism

2 : a member of a political party or group advocating national independence or strong national government

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Shadow Government Break Down – Part 1

 

Transcript

00:00
good morning everyone I’m glad you could
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join me in discussing the full extent of
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the shadow government and the deep state
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as many of you have seen my three-hour
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lecture on the shadow government and the
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deep state I think you’ve got a million
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just about a million 1 million 20,000
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views or so on that but what I want to
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do in these programs is break that three
00:25
hour lecture speech down to about 20
00:30
minute segments so that you can view
00:32
each segment at a time as you would like
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so I’m coming to you from the
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confidential Studios of ascent
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publishing located somewhere deep in the
00:44
southern United States be difficult to
00:47
find the studio and that’s that’s on
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purpose I’m going to be talking about
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cutting edge things regarding current
00:55
government violations of the
00:56
Constitution the times of government
00:59
does things right regarding the
01:00
Constitution I will be exposing the
01:04
shadow government
01:05
I taught conspiracy federal conspiracy
01:08
law at a university and this is not
01:11
conspiracy theory stuff this stuff is
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legitimate it’s actual and it’s
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documented you’ll see that in the slides
01:18
that I’ll be presenting so this is the
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first of our broadcast so welcome
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everyone I hope you enjoy it you can go
01:26
to my website for the love of freedom
01:29
net that’s for the love of freedom net
01:32
and you can see all the evidence
01:33
documents on there regarding my
01:35
background and my expose against the CIA
01:39
and some of their abuses of secrecy as
01:42
they say it’s a dirty job but somebody’s
01:44
got to do it so let’s start today by
01:47
getting into just the high-level aspect
01:50
of the shadow government and exactly
01:53
what the shadow government is made up of
01:55
it’s a it’s a relatively complex topic
01:59
and the what I Center in on because I I
02:02
witnessed this personally is the
02:05
unconstitutional power of government
02:06
secrecy secrecy in the US government
02:09
specifically the CIA the NSA and the FBI
02:12
has
02:13
been weaponized has now been used as a
02:16
weapon to conceive conceal illegal
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activity to hide what these agencies are
02:21
doing in relation to constitutional
02:23
violations to entrap people to silence
02:27
whistleblowers by destroying their
02:28
entire lives so something has to be done
02:32
about this and I think the first thing
02:34
to do is to educate people about what is
02:37
going on then we’ll start a grassroots
02:39
which has already begun we’ve got over a
02:42
million people out there I think that
02:44
are now aware of this and climbing and
02:46
that’s the idea that we can start
02:49
pestering
02:49
our congressmen and Senators to which
02:52
it’s not only successful because some of
02:54
them are part of the corrupt system
02:56
still and start testing our congressmen
02:59
and citizens and senators rather and
03:03
allergies today and educate our friends
03:07
neighbors and family this is serious
03:10
we are on the verge of losing our
03:12
constitutional form of government really
03:15
with what happened after the Patriot Act
03:17
we’re in a post constitutional
03:19
government already it’s getting even
03:21
worse we’re seeing essentially a shadow
03:24
government deep state soft coup against
03:27
the sitting president no matter what you
03:29
think of Donald Trump I’m an independent
03:31
and not a Democrat I’m not a
03:33
conservative no matter what you think of
03:34
Donald Trump there is a deep state
03:36
shadow government to but to try to
03:38
remove him from office a newly elected
03:41
president whether you agree with them
03:43
not or not they are trying to literally
03:46
engage in a coup and remove him from
03:47
office that is serious that’s never
03:49
happened before in the history of the
03:51
United States ever and it’s gonna get
03:54
very ugly it’s gonna get bad before it
03:58
it gets better this could go on for
04:01
several years so we want to dig into
04:04
that and I want to talk about the shadow
04:06
government and begin in this segment
04:08
explaining basically what the shadow
04:10
government is I want to start with
04:12
something as I always do
04:14
excuse me that’s very important and that
04:17
is it’s almost gotten to the point now
04:21
where people think that the US
04:22
Constitution is just a document of
04:24
ideology or philosophy that doesn’t
04:27
really apply anymore he was written by
04:30
bigoted European men and because of that
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it should be redone it’s just just kind
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of an ethical view of how things should
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be but not really a legal document that
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is all patently false the United States
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Constitution is the supreme law of this
04:47
land of the United States it Trump’s the
04:49
entire criminal justice system which
04:52
fits underneath the US Constitution so
04:55
if a government agency or a government
04:57
official violates the Constitution they
05:00
have committed a felony or multiple
05:02
felonies we have to remember that now
05:04
you can take that and compare that with
05:06
what’s going on in Washington DC right
05:08
now with the FBI also with the CIA and
05:11
of course they used the NSA to spy on
05:13
over 300 Americans we’re seeing that the
05:17
Constitution circumvented already and
05:19
some of these people which I’ll talk
05:21
about in a later segment have committed
05:23
felonies and we hope that they’ll be
05:26
held accountable if they’re not held
05:28
accountable then our constitutional go
05:30
form of government is over and that’s
05:33
very serious it is critical that these
05:35
people are indicted and charged if
05:38
they’re not then our constitutional
05:41
government has become a farce which
05:43
means our we are losing losing our
05:45
freedoms won freedom at a time it’s very
05:48
serious so let’s let’s move into this
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I personally haven’t come from the belly
05:55
of the beast know that the shadow
06:00
government the secret government and the
06:03
deep state are really two different
06:04
entities the shadow government is a
06:08
massive system of secrecy in the
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intelligence agencies and Beyond and the
06:13
deep state is the system behind
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government begin motivated by money
06:20
greed supplying guns and missiles and
06:21
bullets and making a living off of
06:24
essentially war so we’ll talk we’ll talk
06:26
about that also the shadow government’s
06:31
power is in its extreme use of secrecy
06:37
and the unbridled power of secrecy the
06:40
CIA
06:41
for example I witnessed this personally
06:43
can shut down a case against it and
06:45
black out all the unclassified evidence
06:48
simply by invoking the state secrets
06:50
privilege which is rubber stamped by
06:52
coerced federal judges so the shadow
06:55
government a secret government functions
06:57
through the power and the abuse of
06:58
secrecy and of course it is funded by
07:02
millions of dollars of taxpayer money in
07:05
secret budgets that not even Congress
07:08
has access to gang of eight has access
07:11
to him the eight congressmen senators on
07:13
the gang of eight that received these
07:15
top-secret briefings on these things and
07:17
we’ll talk about them later but for
07:20
right now the shadow government the CIA
07:22
and the NSA and the FBI now are
07:24
concealing covering up evidence using
07:27
the unconstitutional power of secrecy
07:29
the deep state is run more by money and
07:32
greed and power the average CEO of a
07:37
military-industrial complex a contractor
07:41
makes about 27 point 1 million dollars a
07:44
year the average program manager salary
07:48
is from 100 160 thousand dollars a year
07:50
to run classified government programs
07:53
and all of these deep state corporations
07:56
which we will get into in detail are
07:58
forced to sign secrecy of whether it’s
08:01
for the lie the CIA the NSA or the FBI
08:04
once they do that from secretaries the
08:07
CEOs even the even the people that use
08:10
the copiers are now bound by the secrecy
08:13
oath if they violate that or say
08:15
anything about the program even if they
08:17
disagree with it they are subject to
08:20
criminal penalties and possible prison
08:22
sentence so let’s talk about this as we
08:26
this will be the end of our segment
08:27
today as we introduce this I want to
08:30
talk about the shadow government itself
08:32
and show you the massive complexity of
08:35
this thing and the expansive power that
08:38
the shadow government wields over the
08:41
Congress the executive branch and the
08:44
judiciary and I will prove that later in
08:46
this series so the unconstitutional
08:49
power of government secrecy this is the
08:51
shadow government you got the Department
08:52
of Homeland Security and if secret
08:54
programs the National Counterterrorism
08:56
Center its secrets programs and if
08:58
you’ll notice every single one of these
09:00
entities is tied in with government
09:02
secrecy and almost all of them are
09:04
connected in some way or fashion to the
09:07
CIA and the Director of National
09:08
Intelligence you got the Department of
09:11
Defense the DoD has classified secret
09:14
contracts with the CIA and the NSA as
09:18
well as special ops special operations
09:20
programs of its own that are ruled by
09:23
the power of secrecy and anyone within
09:27
the Department of Defense military etc
09:28
that speaks out against that again is
09:31
subject to first censor career
09:33
destruction and eventually the silencing
09:36
of their case the National
09:38
Reconnaissance Office is responsible for
09:40
all the satellites the spy satellites up
09:43
there and I’m not going to go into that
09:45
in detail
09:45
for obvious reasons but that is a
09:47
massive secret system the the
09:50
surveillance that goes on from space now
09:53
just by from just not by the US but from
09:56
four other countries like China who
09:58
former President Bill Clinton gave the
10:01
technology to to do this like China they
10:04
have surveillance satellites up in space
10:07
that are surveilling people all the way
10:09
down on the ground to a very minor level
10:11
next we’ve got the National geospatial
10:14
Intelligence Agency they do all of the
10:17
mapping for example if they’re going to
10:19
send a Tomahawk missile in the national
10:22
geospatial-intelligence agency will
10:24
determine all the coordinates for that
10:25
missile you remember remember how things
10:28
can go wrong when the nga mistakenly
10:30
targeted the Chinese embassy in Serbia
10:34
and sent a missile in there destroyed
10:38
the Chinese embassy and killed all of
10:40
the diplomats inside they got the
10:43
coordinates wrong a very very serious
10:46
international incident which of course
10:48
was brushed under the rug and you got
10:52
that Joint Special Operations Command
10:54
that is the president’s secret army if
10:56
you know about the president can
10:58
dispatch JSOC anywhere in the world to
11:00
carry out a termination program that is
11:04
not always bad sometimes at the JSOC and
11:07
these these Jason
11:09
men and women are highly trained and
11:12
frankly they could have my back at any
11:14
time
11:14
they’re good soldiers they do it their
11:16
order there they’re the most heavily
11:18
trained similar SEAL Team six in our
11:21
entire government so JSOC is essentially
11:24
a secret army that functions outside of
11:26
the usual DoD rules at the behest of the
11:28
President and it is a very very
11:30
secretive achieving it is a very very
11:33
secretive program next now I’m putting
11:38
someone’s up that are in white the ones
11:40
I’m placing in white are the ones that
11:43
have grossly abused the power of secrecy
11:45
we’re going to talk about each one in
11:47
detail
11:47
the ones in white are the ones recently
11:50
that unmask the names of over 300
11:52
members of the Trump campaign spied on
11:55
all of us to the tune of 1.5 million
11:58
pieces of information a day from our
12:00
computers or cell phones or Internet
12:01
connections the whole shebang and of
12:04
course I have been subject to that
12:05
pretty directly as any threat to their
12:09
power is but we continue to stand there
12:12
the ones who have broken the law and we
12:14
the American people need to expose that
12:16
so the NSA was involved in spying on
12:19
members of the Trump campaign over 300
12:23
as I mentioned and all of us the
12:25
American people in a gross abuse of the
12:29
violation of the Fourth Amendment
12:32
Silicon Valley is directly connected
12:35
joined at the hip with the NSA Google
12:38
started with CIA NSA algorithms although
12:41
they’ll try to deny it they were that’s
12:43
where the program’s came from was from
12:46
the CIA and the NSA including some
12:49
startup money from the NSA so the NSA is
12:53
tied in and actually depends on many
12:55
times Silicon Valley operatives like
12:58
Google like Facebook and like some of
13:02
the other social media but primarily
13:04
Google is essentially an arm of the NSA
13:08
too bad because it’s a great search
13:10
engine the FISA Court is what in this
13:15
case the FBI has to go before to obtain
13:17
a warrant to conduct NSA surveillance on
13:20
American
13:21
since the FISA Court has been misused by
13:24
the FBI recently where they filed false
13:27
affidavits full of false information
13:29
based on this false dossier which we’ll
13:32
talk about later on the judges didn’t
13:35
know they were being lied to and they
13:37
issued FISA warrants for NSA
13:40
surveillance on members of the Trump
13:42
campaign the FISA Court is essentially a
13:45
secret Supreme Court brand new thing not
13:48
in the Constitution created outside the
13:51
Constitution a secret Supreme Court that
13:54
decides who and who will not be spied
13:56
upon the CIA we know that the CIA was
14:00
the central instigator of the false
14:03
dossier coup against President Trump aka
14:07
or by its director John Brennan who I
14:10
think is in serious legal trouble but
14:13
the CI has grossly abused his power and
14:15
I do several lectures on the blood on
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the CIA’s roots from past the president
14:21
for example the CIA supported and
14:24
trained the Free Syrian Army an islamic
14:26
army claiming they were moderates the
14:29
free syrian army’s goal is an islamic
14:32
caliphate overtaking Western
14:33
civilization but currently it didn’t
14:35
matter to the CIA who armed and trained
14:38
the Free Syrian Army though some of
14:40
those weapons missiles and tanks had
14:42
wound up in the hands of al Qaeda and in
14:44
the hands of Isis the Free Syrian Army
14:47
went up and massacred an entire city of
14:50
Christians now people don’t know this
14:52
because the news won’t report it
14:54
obviously that’s no surprise there the
14:58
Free Syrian Army went up and massacred
15:00
an entire Christian city Assad was
15:03
protecting the Christians in Syria he
15:06
was one of the only Middle Eastern
15:08
leaders to do that and as a matter of
15:10
fact Assad with a pract with private
15:13
funding and the sponsorship of Vladimir
15:15
Vladimir Putin erected a hundred foot
15:18
tall statue of Jesus in these Christian
15:20
sectors to show their support from them
15:23
the CIA backed Free Syrian Army went up
15:25
and massacred the entire village that is
15:29
the CIA today and it’s got blood on its
15:31
roots from the past and
15:33
and there’s blood on the roots fruit the
15:36
fruit is usually still blood the
15:39
Director of National Intelligence
15:41
overseas allegedly all 17 of the
15:44
intelligence agencies including the CIA
15:46
although I can tell you that the CIA
15:48
pretty much is still running the show
15:51
despite the creation of the Director of
15:53
National Intelligence to try to stop
15:55
allegedly supposedly its abuses the FBI
16:00
functions abuses secrecy we see that now
16:03
the FBI filed false sworn affidavits
16:06
submitted them to the FISA Court and the
16:09
FISA Court improved the NSA surveillance
16:11
of American citizens subsequently the
16:14
FBI blacked out all of the information
16:16
about those affidavits text messages
16:19
what the FBI was doing the fact that
16:21
they used this dossier for those fight
16:23
the FBI black all that and out in the
16:25
documents that they submitted to
16:27
Congress the president United States is
16:29
now demanded that the FBI completely
16:31
declassify those documents the FBI has
16:34
been refusing the order of their
16:35
president their boss for several months
16:38
now refusing to release those documents
16:40
to Congress and to the president that
16:42
he’s a potential constitutional crisis
16:45
they’re refusing to this day the
16:47
director of Mountain National
16:48
Intelligence is now saying he doesn’t
16:51
want necessarily to to release those and
16:54
if he does they’re going to be heavy
16:55
redactions here we go again
16:57
heavy redactions I know for a fact that
17:00
most of the blackouts and redactions in
17:02
these FBI doctor documents deal with
17:04
nothing classified let me say that again
17:07
nothing classified but it does reveal
17:10
illegal activity on the part of the FBI
17:12
I saw this with the CIA myself when I
17:15
wrote my book from the company of
17:16
shadows the CIA blacked out all
17:19
unclassified information doctor’s
17:20
diagnosis environmental tests the
17:22
poisoning of my family so I’ve seen this
17:24
personally these are the agencies that
17:27
been involved in this you have the five
17:29
eyes the other intelligence services
17:30
that work with directly with the CIA
17:33
Australia New Zealand Canada and others
17:36
they share intelligence back and forth
17:38
and as a matter of fact the UK GCHQ can
17:42
engage in surveillance that the CIA
17:45
allegedly
17:47
cannot do so GCHQ could spy on an
17:51
American the Trump campaign whoever and
17:53
then give that information to the CIA
17:54
and that would not be considered illegal
17:57
going around the system British mi6 we
18:01
have an mi6 agent who gave the false
18:03
information in the dossier from Russian
18:06
intelligence and started through John
18:08
Brennan and John McCain the entire coup
18:10
soft coup against a presidential
18:14
candidate and a sitting president
18:17
Department of State was involved in this
18:19
we know now mi6 agent Christopher Steele
18:22
met with the Department of State several
18:23
times in secret meetings about the soft
18:26
coup against the president I can tell
18:28
you from my past experience as a federal
18:30
investigator that the Department of
18:32
State is rife with espionage occasions
18:34
it is also rife with Democratic
18:38
socialists probably the majority who
18:41
want to see the overturning of a free
18:46
market based constitutional government
18:48
and they’re all through the Department
18:50
of State Department state does not have
18:52
polygraph tests so people there can lie
18:56
about anything and their background
18:58
checks are pretty shallow and they’re
19:01
not going to find something that’s
19:02
concealed so it’s a mess all of this
19:05
goes back on the Council on Foreign
19:06
Relations people say oh you talked about
19:08
the council on four legs that’s just a
19:10
conspiracy theory well I’ll deal with
19:11
legal conspiracy theory definition later
19:15
on and I have an entire lecture on the
19:17
Council on Foreign Relations the Council
19:19
on Foreign Relations created the CIA
19:22
Allen Dulles the first CIA director
19:26
officials first CIA director was an
19:29
acting member of the Council on Foreign
19:30
Relations as was new owners of the
19:32
Washington Post Philip and Katherine
19:34
Graham the CFR today is heavily
19:37
connected CNN NBC and other major news
19:40
media’s and sits on the board of the
19:44
Council on the formulations with the CIA
19:46
so we’ll talk more about that later on
19:50
now that the sad part of all of this you
19:53
all is the fact that the mainstream
19:54
media is complicit in all of this when
19:58
is the last time that you saw
20:00
all the mainstream investigative
20:02
journalists do an actual investigation
20:04
on the CIA almost none there’s a reason
20:11
for that excuse me which I will talk
20:14
about in detail why the mainstream media
20:16
twists the news eliminates the news and
20:18
actually puts out false propaganda why
20:21
it does that it has connections to the
20:23
CIA my desk connections to Disney six of
20:28
corporations now on most of the media
20:29
and there’s even more than that George
20:31
Soros is funding much of the media
20:34
opposition to conservatives and and the
20:38
Trump administration I am NOT a
20:41
Republican there are some good
20:43
Republicans like the Grand Paul has
20:45
always been as his father was a
20:48
constitutionalist and I support him
20:50
there’s a lot of rhinos the Republicans
20:53
in name only that are as corrupt as the
20:56
Democrats and are part of the system
20:58
without a doubt and now you can see why
21:01
the GOP never has me come in speech I
21:03
consider that a compliment so the
21:06
mainstream media is covering this stuff
21:08
up it will not investigate these white
21:11
shadow government agencies specifically
21:13
and it will not take the case of any
21:16
whistleblower within the shadow
21:18
government for example I blew the
21:20
whistle on the abuse of the state secret
21:22
privilege and I faced prison for five
21:24
years for doing it they poisoned my
21:25
family and they sealed all the evidence
21:28
environmental tests using the state
21:30
secrets privilege and then blacked out
21:31
all the doctor’s diagnosis and
21:34
environmental test results in my book
21:36
which according to an executive order by
21:38
Ronald Reagan is illegal for them to do
21:40
that so they violated the law there then
21:43
after I refute that they settled up with
21:46
our family because the evidence I
21:48
presented was so strong the judge
21:50
ordered them to a mediated settlement
21:52
they signed the settlement documents
21:54
three days later they called my attorney
21:56
and ordered him to tell me that if I did
21:59
not accept a fraction of that settlement
22:02
they were going to invoke the
22:03
state-secrets privilege and seal all the
22:05
evidence that I had compiled in our case
22:08
of course I told my attorney to tell
22:11
them not only no but HW
22:13
no you sign a settlement agreement and I
22:16
expect you to abide by that a week later
22:18
the CIA invoked the state-secrets
22:20
privilege sealed all the evidence of
22:23
poisoning the doctor’s diagnosis and
22:25
environmental tests sealed it and then
22:27
told us that if we talked about that
22:29
evidence to anyone we would go to prison
22:31
you can imagine the level of outrage
22:34
that we had when that happened and then
22:38
they blocked all of Congress in the
22:40
Senate from accessing any information in
22:43
our case a very good man Congressman
22:46
Frank wolf took our case contacted the
22:48
CI seven times
22:49
demanding an investigation the CIA blew
22:52
him off first five calls the very last
22:55
call they said he had no access to that
22:56
it was a judicial mad matter was none of
22:58
his business so they have managed to
23:01
seal the evidence from Congress that’s
23:02
how serious this is
23:03
I talked about the state secrets
23:05
privilege which has been used to destroy
23:07
thousands of lives I talked about that
23:10
and we’ll talk about that later in these
23:12
programs so you can see the sheer size
23:15
of the shadow government right now we
23:18
still have what’s called cog or the
23:21
continuity of government which the
23:23
shadow government at any time can usurp
23:27
the United States Constitution and take
23:29
over control of of our government since
23:32
9/11 continuity of government has been
23:34
established continuity of government is
23:36
still there which means that the federal
23:39
government can supersede the
23:40
Constitution at any time because of the
23:43
declared war on terror and that was on
23:46
purpose
23:46
because of the declared war on terror
23:49
were still under the continuity of
23:51
government and the Constitution can be
23:52
suspended at any time so our next
23:57
program I’m going to get into the deep
23:59
state talk about what the deep state is
24:01
the military-industrial complex more
24:03
properly the military industrial
24:05
congressional complex because it
24:08
involves extortion and bribery of
24:10
congressmen and Senators so that’s what
24:14
we’re looking at for our next programs
24:17
everyone and we’re just getting all of
24:20
our things set up here and ready to
24:23
start these broadcasts again
24:26
so I hope you all will join us there’s
24:31
going to be probably I would say 50 of
24:34
these coming up and I think they’re
24:37
going to be pretty shocking pretty
24:40
eye-opening and I’m hoping and the
24:41
reason I’m making these is you can share
24:44
these small segments with people that
24:46
you know so that they can get educated
24:48
on what is actually going on and what
24:50
essentially now is opposed
24:52
constitutional government so thank you
24:55
all for being here and we will see you
24:58
the next recording which should come
25:01
next week and then we will continue on
25:04
thank you all