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  • THE DEEP STATE CIVIL WAR AND THE COUP D’ETAT AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP

    Posted by Trent Telenko on May 20th, 2018 (All posts by )

    In case you all had not noticed, a -LOT- of what is going on in the news between the Deep State and Pres. Trump here in the USA is a intra-Deep State factional Civil War over Iran.

    In short — It’s Iran, STUPID!

    This can be shown via the fact that the Obama “Iran Nuclear Deal” faction used the full powers of the FISA counter-intelligence to ram the Iran deal through Congress in 2015. (See the text immediately below and the Tablet on-line magazine link to their April 2017 article on the subject)

    In a December 29, 2015 article, The Wall Street Journal described how the Obama administration had conducted surveillance on Israeli officials to understand how Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli officials, like Ambassador Ron Dermer, intended to fight the Iran Deal. The Journal reported that the targeting “also swept up the contents of some of their private conversations with U.S. lawmakers and American-Jewish groups.”

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    The reason the prior abuse of the foreign-intelligence surveillance apparatus is clear only now is because the Russia campaign has illuminated it. As The New York Times reported last month, the administration distributed the intelligence gathered on the Trump transition team widely throughout government agencies, after it had changed the rules on distributing intercepted communications. The point of distributing the information so widely was to “preserve it,” the administration and its friends in the press explained—“preserve” being a euphemism for “leak.” The Obama team seems not to have understood that in proliferating that material they have exposed themselves to risk, by creating a potential criminal trail that may expose systematic abuse of foreign-intelligence collection.

    Now you know why General Flynn was under counter-intelligence surveillance by the Asst. AG Sally Yates at the DoJ and Andrew McCabe at FBI Counter-Intelligence in 2015.

    The Obama Administration was afraid ex-Defense Intelligence Agency head Gen Flynn would be called to testify before Congress about how CIA Chief Brennen and DNI Clapper were cooking the intelligence books on Iran and ISIS.

    It turned out the illegal FISA surveillance by the Obama Administration got enough dirt on Congressional leaders to prevent that from happening.

    The Deep State’s Iran Deal factional plans might have worked if Trump had lost…but he didn’t.

    Everything regards the spying on the Trump campaign and attempted coup d’etat by special council/lawfare/impeachment against President Trump is about hiding the facts of that Iran Nuclear Deal from the American people and law enforcement.

    But while the Obama/Iran Nuclear Deal faction was the largest and strongest Deep State faction…it wasn’t the only one.

    Pres. Trump has the anti-Iran Deep State faction on his side as well — which is mainly uniformed US military intelligence, see Gen Flynn and Adm Mike Rogers formally head at NSA — with a foreign intervention in the form of Saudi Arabia, the Israeli Mossad and Israeli PM Bibi Netanyahu on Trump’s side of the ledger.

    Some in the the ‘coup supporting media’ would argue that this gets into fine shades of “what is treason” regards President Trump.

    This sort of argument  ignores the fact that the Obama/Iran Nuclear Deal Deep State faction — the DoJ, FBI, CIA, the State Department and a small faction in the senior civil service at the Defense Department — had the support of the EU political and IC elites as well as Iran’s Mullah’s & the Moslem Brotherhood in ramming home the Iran deal.  And that they

    1. Launched FBI Operation Crossfire Hurricane which;
    2. Illegally used Stefan Halper as a ‘Agent Provocateur’ to tag Trump campaign officials with the FISA tag of ‘Foreign intelligence asset’ to;
    3. Use the full powers of the Federal government to spy on the Trump for President campaign,  and government, plus
    4. Has had Asst. A.G. Rosenstein appoint Special Council Mueller and delegate to him — quite illegally mind you — full authority to conduct on-going FISA surveillance in a criminal investigation against US citizens.

    IMO, the bottom line up front here is that the Trump faction was and remains “constitutional” in its actions — his faction won an election and is following legal procedure.

    The legal terms of art for  “Iran Nuclear Deal” Deep State faction efforts engaged in to date are an ongoing seditious conspiracy to violate both the Trump Campaign and Trump Administration’s civil rights “Under color of Law” in order to overturn the results of the 2016 election.

    The short form for that is the Iran Nuclear Deal faction the Deep State are attempting a Coup d’etat.

    It gets worse.

    Whether or not President Trump finally wins over the Obama faction and takes down the Iranian Mullah’s.  The Obama’s Deep State Faction has done deep, lasting and permanent “Gramscian damage” (See link: http://esr.ibiblio.org/?p=260  for an explanation of the term) to the American Republic, because they attempted a Coup De Etat against the tradition of peaceful succession of executive political power.

    We can no longer take for granted peaceful opposing political party transitions of power in the American political system.

     

     

    27 Responses to “THE DEEP STATE CIVIL WAR AND THE COUP D’ETAT AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP”

    1. Trent Telenko Says:

      Here is a “Collusion Timeline” just put together by independent journalist Sharyl Attkinson:

      https://sharylattkisson.com/2018/05/20/collusion-against-trump-timeline/

    2. Anonymous Says:

      Taking down Iran’s Mullahs is really the people of Iran’s job. That they had the temerity to overthrow the government you installed really seems to stick in your throat, to an extent, that one might doubt sanity in a person.

      Attacking Iran will be very different from attacking Iraq and you can’t afford jack-excrement in real terms. Terms that may very well impose themselves soon. Most of your immense debt is from your wars and military. That, that would bring you down, is so fitting, that one might suspect a deity. ;)

    3. UncleMax Says:

      Good stuff ( as usual ). “when” the Mullahs fall…. and it is likely, a lot of graft will be uncovered. EU graft.. US graft. I think of the Oil for Food program in Iraq… and we had no idea how corrupt it was until we captured the documents post invasion. How corrupt the UN was. I betcha, if you are right in the above, it will be hard to wrangle with the depth of corruption and bad-actors all throughout DC, much less Europe. Epic.

    4. newrouter Says:

      “Anonymous Says:
      May 20th, 2018 at 7:47 pm

      Taking down Iran’s Mullahs is really the people of Iran’s job. That they had the temerity to overthrow the government you installed really seems to stick in your throat, to an extent, that one might doubt sanity in a person.”

      swampy creature disapproves

    5. CapitalistRoader Says:

      He’s got the lefty Canuk GDP-per-capita (PPP) envy:

      United States: US$59.5K
      Australia: 49.9
      Canada: 48.1
      United Kingdom: 43.6
      New Zealand: 38.5

      The reactionary anti-Americanism of the lefty Kiwis is even worse. ‘Cause they’re poor.

    6. guinspen Says:

      “Most of your immense debt is from your wars and military.”

      Not really, but you can do your own homework.

      So, sod off, swampy.

      Shout out to newrouter.

    7. Anonymous Says:

      Penny=Anonymous=swampy

      Death6

    8. PenGun Says:

      Sorry about that, I get logged out sometimes and don’t notice. No one was fooled I’m sure ;)

      Even Goldman Sachs has serious doubts about where your debt is going and its certainly unprecedented. They expect a deficit of 2 trillion in 10 years. I’m pretty sure things will go south long before that. Your stock market keeps rebooting its self and your actual debt is somewhere in the 20 trillion range.

      Going full montey on US exceptionalism is going to fail. Today’s draconian set of sanctions on Iran will set some of the Europeans into semi panic but the coalition forming around Germany is going to resist. The rather sweet meeting with Putin and Merkle may have produced a way forward. I have spoken before about Germany and Russia as an unbeatable team.

      I can hear the piper and he’s not that far away. ;)

    9. Anonymous Says:

      The entire ‘Trump stole the election’ thing is steadily unraveling. I knew it would as it was an obvious cop out by the Dems. So obvious I have trouble believing that so many people can be swayed so completely.

      Its very disappointing to me that in this age of information, in which you can find out a great deal about almost anything, if only by the omissions, that so many people just follow along blindly, with the MSM beating the drum.

      Shouldn’t we be past that?

      The criminal actions to this end by all 17 of those security operations are breathtaking. Deep state … not any more. ;)

    10. Assistant Village Idiot Says:

      We didn’t actually install the Shah in 1953. The CIA bragged it did, and the mullahs murmured sullenly that we did, but we sent out some small rent-a-mobs – not notably violent ones – with the hint we could afford more, and we paid for some political cartoons in newspapers.

      It has met a lot of people’s needs to claim we installed the odious Shah, but if that’s all it takes to install a new government, then we would be ruling everywhere from 1953 on.

    11. Anonymous Says:

      “I can hear the piper and he’s not that far away. ;)”

      That’s your pacemaker, Penny and it’s time for a battery change.

      They beep like that just before they shut off, like hearing aids.

    12. CapitalistRoader Says:

      Even Goldman Sachs has serious doubts about where your debt is going and its certainly unprecedented.

      It isn’t unprecedented. It’s 108% now; it was almost 120% after WWII. Australia and especially New Zealand are in very good shape. I’d lump Canada and the UK in with the US:

      USA: 108%
      CDN: 90%
      UK: 87%
      AUS: 47%
      NZL: 26%

      But it’s relative. The rest of the G7:

      JPN: 224%
      ITA: 131%
      FRA: 97%
      GER: 66%

    13. Anonymous Says:

      That’s the deficit. Your debt is far higher.

      As for the pacemaker its summer, and I have a mountain out back I have been wandering on. My rest heartbeat when I wake up in the morning is around 50 bpm, maybe even a little less. Yesterday I did about, on my regular walk, 4 miles and about 1000 ft of elevation. I do this 3 or 4 times a week now and my cardio is great. At 71 years old.

      I’m enjoying Pompeo as the new face of America, fat and ugly seems appropriate. He is a Koch toy if you did not know, and is perfect for your foray into more greatness. Iran will turn out to be a ‘country too far’ and will be the turning point as America becomes more and more bankrupt.

      One main reason for this attack is the spurning of the petro dollar by Iran, everyone who does that gets attacked. Now however we have a burgeoning Silk Road and Iran is important to China. China is leading the movement away from the dollar as exchange and Iran, Russia and China trade their own currencies in oil now. As well replacements for the SWIFT banking exchange are in place and isolating Iran is not possible anymore.

      Europe now gets to decide what to do. Go along and become actual poodles, or not go along, and the world changes quite a lot.

    14. Mike K Says:

      It’s nice that the comment system, which is totally screwed up, is also deleting the hateful troll’s ID.

      But we know who you are.

    15. PenGun Says:

      Yeah, I guess its a bit funky, I’m still in the same browser I was before, so its not me. ;)

    16. CapitalistRoader Says:

      That’s the deficit. Your debt is far higher.

      Um, no. Just no.

      Tell me, Pen, what would happen if old Vlad decides to take your Arctic oil away? What could you do? You have no nukes as far as I know. You live in between two oceans but don’t possess a single aircraft carrier. And your debt is still 90% of GDP?

      Would you just go Ukraine’s way and let them march in and eat your lunch? Or would you be certain of help from your backwards southern neighbor?

    17. Anonymous Says:

      I take your point.

      What Arctic oil? We gave up on most of it as it was not worth the trouble to get the small amounts at huge expense. We have Alberta’s ongoing oil crime which is far more profitable.

      We are not a warlike people. Those who have had to face us in war have mostly regretted it though. We are real tough. Our kids get to beat the hell out of each other at an early age. We call it hockey. ;).

      I can take several shots myself before responding. ;)

      The only people who fear Russia are those that have an agenda to topple it. Although our Justin, his dad is spinning rapidly these days, has stuck his nose firmly into America’s ass, I don’t think they take it seriously.

      Come on up to Inuvik and have a look around. Now imagine a war there. Its possible the arctic melting might allow something other than Russia icebreakers but I don’t think carriers are going to be much use.

      As well carriers are a big target these days so ….

    18. Christopher B Says:

      The Iranians can go pound sand

      U.S. World’s Top Fossil Fuels Producer for Sixth Year in a Row

    19. Christopher B Says:

      related –

      https://legalinsurrection.com/2018/05/european-companies-flee-iran-to-avoid-us-sanctions/

    20. Mike K Says:

      The only people who fear Russia are those that have an agenda to topple it. Although our Justin, his dad is spinning rapidly these days, has stuck his nose firmly into America’s ass, I don’t think they take it seriously.

      Justin’s dad is buried in Cuba where he can keep warm.

      The only people who seem to want to topple Russia are called Democrats. And they haven’t made much sense since November 9, 2016.

    21. CapitalistRoader Says:

      We are not a warlike people.

      You lost twice as many men as the US in WWII as a percentage of population. Canada has a long and honorable military tradition.

      Unfortunately, like other NATO members, you’ve come to rely on the US for your protection. That’s changing.

    22. Grurray Says:

      He must mean Vancouver people. I don’t think they consider themselves part of Canada, as they all identify as “Citizens of the World.”
      I’ve met Albertans who worked in the oil patch. Sturdy and solid dudes. My favorite Albertan, of course, is Father de Souza. Check out his thoughts on energy. His father was an oilman.

      The revolution in energy is more striking. The entire history of energy is one of resourcefulness rather than resources, which is evident to anyone with even a casual acquaintance with the legions of scientists who work in the industry. At the time of Confederation, oil was a sticky nuisance for Bedouins trekking across Arabia. The prime minister may not be as enthusiastic about heavy oil extraction or fracking for natural gas as Calgary’s mayor is, but resource development is nothing if not resourceful.

      There remain a few economies today where resources dominate and resourcefulness has been retarded. The petro-states come to mind — places where the cost of oil production is so low, it has made resourcefulness unnecessary. But stifling resourcefulness — or, better put, economic liberty, which is related to political liberties — comes at a high price, which is why Saudi Arabia faces a fiscal crisis and Venezuelans queue up to buy toilet paper.

      The long-term shift from resources to resourcefulness as the driver of economic growth has widespread benefits. The carbon emissions that the jet set at Davos so passionately insists ordinary people must reduce have been reduced, and will continue to be reduced, by resourcefulness, not regulation.

      Putin doesn’t even have to worry about taking Canada’s oil because Trudeau is doing just fine strangling the industry. He’s just put the brakes on a pipeline from Alberta to the Pacific. The “Citizens of the World” have decided the world is too good for Canadian oil.

      Dupes like Trudeau believe human progress just magically spills forward, like the electricity flowing out of the outlet into their Teslas. There’s no concept that behind the wall it followed a long trail on the backs of people who worked hard to make it happen, and without them it’s not going to continue.

    23. Grurray Says:

      Bad link. DuckDuckGo has had a bug lately where copy & paste don’t work. It seems to be recurring.
      Here are Father Raymond de Souza’s thoughts on energy, resources, and resourcefulness.

    24. Anonymous Says:

      Indeed many of us in BC are opposed to shipping what amounts to Alberta’s climate crime, basically diluted road tar, through our rather pristine waters that we live all around. We have seen what Alberta thinks is OK to do their environment and don’t like it at all.

      I could go on with details but suffice to say Trudeau is completely onside with the pipeline. Its not his fault, its ours. ;) As we have the Green Party with 2 seats that can bring down the government in our province, we are likely to continue our opposition.

    25. Trent Telenko Says:

      Check the FISA search numbers from 2013 versus 2016 from the Richard Fernandez PJ Media column below.

      https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/the-fight-moves-up-a-notch/

      The invaluable timeline of the investigations compiled by Sharyl Attkisson seems to confirm what Lee Smith of Tablet Magazine has already suggested: that the roots of domestic spying predated the Trump candidacy. He notes that “Obama officials vastly expand[ed] their searches through NSA database for Americans and the content of their communications. In 2013, there were 9,600 searches involving 195 Americans. But in 2016, there are 30,355 searches of 5,288 Americans.”

      That is ~49 odd searches per US Citizen in 2013 for counter intelligence investigations versus less than six searches per _27 times_ as many US citizen in 2016.

      With this 1.5 orders of magnitude increase in targeting of US Citizens happening in a Presidential election year.

      That is the straight up weaponization of FISA as a tool of political oppression.

    26. Mike K Says:

      Penny didn’t have to tell us he is a greenie.

      Dupes like Trudeau believe human progress just magically spills forward, like the electricity flowing out of the outlet into their Teslas. There’s no concept that behind the wall it followed a long trail on the backs of people who worked hard to make it happen, and without them it’s not going to continue.

      Venezuela is a helpful reminder of what Margaret Thatcher said about Socialism. It also applies to oil.

    27. Anonymous Says:

      I voted NDP, I’m a commie not a greenie. ;) They just ended up with the 2 seats they won and that combined with the NDP rules BC right now. They can bring the government down as they hold the majority against the Liberals. The Liberals are conservatives in reality, the name is a misnomer. BC politics is complicated.

      Trudeau is a Liberal but the federal Liberal Party has nothing to do with the BC Liberal party, and are actually Liberal in their politics. He is doing his level best to push the pipeline through and really wants to sell Alberta’s oily substance to China.

      Your vague slams are pretty funny, as they are just the same old crap. You got nothing new?