Tag Archives: Deep State

Bits and Pieces – 20170520, Saturday

Commentary: Is the MSM biased against Trump? Answer: News Coverage of Donald Trump’s First 100 Days. Could this be a contributing factor: Journalists Drink Too Much, Are Dumber Than Average, Study Finds? And finally, that source used by most MSM journalists for ground-breaking stories on Trump’s treason and corruption has been unmasked: And The Winner Of The 2017 Pulitzer Prize For Journalism Goes To….

Bits and Pieces – 20170517, Wednesday

Commentary: I’m preoccupied with trying to find a house but it seems that there are just too many systems that are approaching criticality not to throw some links your way.

Bits and Pieces – 20170429, Saturday

Commentary: I’ve been traveling so this is a dated collection of stuff.

The Deep State: Here is an interesting essay on the position of the US military/intelligence complex: Trump has lost control over the Pentagon. On the other side of this is the coterie of Goldman Sachs people that Jared Kushner works with. Finally, there is the oligarchy of wealthy families and corporate America that influence the political process through donations and lobbying. The electoral process is simply a sideshow to placate the masses.

Officials in Kiev and western interests such as NATO and the US Deep State wishing to increase tensions with Russia may follow the Syrian gas attack example with a new Ukrainian offensive hoping to draw Trump into the battle: Major Ukrainian Offensive Against the Rebels Coming Up?. Although Russia has interests in Syria, Ukraine is Russia’s doorstep: think Cuban Missile Crisis.

WWIII: Here is an hour-long interview with Jim Rickards who thinks that war is imminent in North Korea: The Gold Chronicles April 2017 — Interview with Jim Rickards and Alex Stanczyk. I had commented on the dispatch of a US WC-135 “radiation sniffer” plane to Japan. Rickards says the US may have to use tactical nukes to take out North Korean facilities and such a plane may be used to map radiation from nuclear strikes. This remains a top story to watch. And to confirm the timeline of Apr. 25 when the USS Carl Vinson arrives: Trump Considering “Kinetic Military Action” On North Korea Including “Sudden Strike”. And to confirm that this is the day to stock up on beer and popcorn: April 25 Is “Highest Probability” Day For North Korean Nuclear Test China Warns.

Finally, North Korea makes the big threat: North Korea Threatens US With “Super-Mighty Preemptive Strike”. Please, not the “super mighty” one. Maybe just the “slightly mighty” one.

Incidentally, if my earlier posts on the movement of the USS Carl Vinson seem a bit off – and the current announced arrival date is later than I had expected but didn’t comment on – there may have been good reason: How Did the Trump Administration Lose an Aircraft Carrier?

Bits and Pieces: Are the Democrats getting it together: Democrats welcome Bernie takeover?

Difficulties at the frontier of empire. After MOAB, this: Hundreds Of U.S. Marines Headed To Afghanistan. And this is after more troops in Syria and Somalia as recently reported.

To think that some snowflakes have gone deep into debt to buy this kind of college education: ASU Prof Allows Students To Protest Trump In Lieu Of Final Exam.

Keep this one in your back pocket: Obama, Comey Relied On Discredited Dossier To Obtain FISA Warrant On Trump Campaign. I am mystified that Trump has not called some grand inquiry to sort out all this stuff including the large number of sources that I have posted links to on various topics  that indicate nefarious activity towards Trump and his associates.

Preppers Corner: I want to capture this link for myself but you may find it useful to develop your own plan B: What’s Your Plan B?

Here’s an excellent article that surveys nuclear weapon capability across the globe. It discusses who has them, how many, who are working to acquire them, who have abandoned plans to build them who who have the capability of acquiring them if they choose: The Geopolitics of Nuclear Weapons.

An update on snowflake education: Wellesley College Student Newspaper Endorses Violence Against Unpopular Speech. It is ironic that Wellesley College is producing a class of individuals by their suppression of free speech and alternative points of view, that their dictates would then apply to. I’m sure they would not recognize this as a legitimate argument however.

Canada Corner: Housing market blues: Crashing Canadian Mortgage Lender Bailed-Out By 321,000 Retired Ontario Healthcare Workers and Canada’s Housing Bubble Explodes As Its Biggest Mortgage Lender Crashes Most In History. And here’s the Ontario budget. And here’s text of a letter to the editotr of the Ottawa Sun:

I was wondering how Kathleen Wynne can eliminate the deficit on one hand and add a host of new spending initiatives on the other. Rather than wade through hundreds of pages of fluff and spin, one can find the answer easily and quickly by going to table 6.26 of the budget. The 2017-2018 budget will increase the total provincial debt by $8.7 billion dollars and the net provincial debt by a cool $10.0 billion dollars.

Now I prefer to use the total debt of $341.1 billion because this is the actual amount that we are paying interest on. The Liberals prefer to the use net debt of $311.9 billion because the number is less big. So let’s use net debt. This means the actual deficit is $10 billion dollars, accounting legerdemain aside.

Martin Armstrong talks a bit about his cycle theory: Kim Jong-un The Kid Whose Father Never Spanked – Why 2017 Is The Crisis Year For Korea.

And for your listening pleasure (it’s had 17 million views):

Bits and Pieces – 20170326, Sunday

The Deep State: The Russian hacking straw-man continues to collapse: The Evidence That Russia Hacked the DNC Is Collapsing. The Deep State’s position is based on a report from CrowdStrike which in turn has come under scrutiny by independent minds: What Is CrowdStrike? Firm Hired By DNC Has Ties To Hillary Clinton, A Ukrainian Billionaire, And Google and DNC ‘Russian Hacking’ Conclusion Comes from Google-Linked Firm.

On another front, although we may never come to publicly know who did what at whose request, Trump was spied on by the US intelligence community: Nunes Confirms There Was “Incidental Surveillance” Of Trump During Obama Administration, “Seems To Be Inappropriate”. Note that he continues to be investigated through “multiple FISA wntarras” – your Deep State in action preserving Truth, Justice, and the American Way. Late news: NSA To Provide “Smoking Gun” Proof Obama Spied On Trump.

From others on this topic:“Much Worse Than Watergate”, Former CIA Officer Admits Trump ‘Wiretapping’ Likely True, the players for the Deep State that rushed to brand Trump’s allegations of wire tapping, continue to find their position is in trouble and possibly deep trouble: NSA Whistleblower Says NSA Spied On Congress, The Supreme Court And Trump.

Bits and Pieces: Confirmation bias enshrined in academia: In anti-intellectual email, Wellesley profs call engaging with controversial arguments an imposition on students lest students be encoraged to think for themselves. Pity the poor snowflakes.

Bits and Pieces – 20170314, Tuesday

Commentary: Last post I presented the idea that the left actively seeks a totalitarian state. Here’s an article that suggests that we may already be there: Welcome to Totalitarian America, President Trump! This idea might marry the narrative of the Deep State with a number of other narratives: the militarization of police forces; the large scale military exercises conducted in American cities in the last few years; the complete control over personal communications by the various branches of the intelligence community (NSA, CIA); the subjugation of the economic interests of the American people to those of Wall Street; and so on.

I had concluded years ago that democracy by its nature, is a phase in a cycle: democracy -> socialism -> totalitarianism ->  revolution -> democracy. The reason is that democracy allows politicians to promise and provide socialist entitlements in return for being elected and retaining self-rewarding (corruption in the extreme) power. As socialist programs pile up creating a socialist democracy, the cost of the socialist programs eventually reaches the point (we are there now – Ontario’s medical system; massive deficits and debt) where they must collapse with widespread civil unrest. This leads to repressive control of the population and suspension of constitutional and civil rights, and the democratic process. At this point the state has become totalitarian leading to the eventual emergence of resistance which for survival becomes increasingly militant and violent. Eventually revolution results. At this point democracy may seem the best option for the future  (we’ll do it right this time).

As a final note, I have an extensive commentary on money that emerged as I wrote this. It would be worth your while to rea and understand some of the issues around an asset that you think you have control over but don’t.

Bits and Pieces – 20170307, Tuesday

Commentary: One of the biggest problems facing us is the loss of jobs due to RAAI. Not only will we not be able to cope with the surplus labour but the double whammy of increased entitlement payouts and decreased revenue from income and sales taxes will lead to collapse in government finances. But there are other social implications as well: When Factory Jobs Vanish, Men Become Less Desirable Partners. This is another tear in our social structure.

Now view this 6-minute video also at the end of the article:

Automation is introduced to cut labour costs by displacing workers or increasing productivity. That is, automation enables an increase in production without hiring more workers. A company will do this to gain a competitive advantage or maintain one. Since competition is the dominant force in most markets, automation will only increase, particularly as its costs continue to drop while labour costs rise. When all humans have been displaced, the process will go on by replacing older robots with newer, more efficient ones. We are entering a future where there will be far fewer jobs, particularly well-paying ones. Simply put, we already have too many people in our societies.

Bits and Pieces – 20170303, Friday

Commentary: Today I wish to comment on only one theme, the soft coup the Deep State in the US is waging against the administration, primarily through the intelligence community. The primary attack is coming via allegations of collusion with the Russian bogeyman in various forms and is well laid out here: How ‘New Cold Warriors’ Cornered Trump. After reading this, read this article: The Resurrection of Armageddon — Paul Craig Roberts. In it he discusses the motivations of the Deep State to risk nuclear war.

Related commentary and news includes:

  1. “This Is Either The Most Elaborate Cover-Up Of All Time, Or The Dumbest”.
  2. The media bias in persecuteing Trump is reflected by this article: Russian Ambassador At The Center Of The Sessions’ Scandal Visited Obama White House 22 Times.
  3. “It’s A Witchhunt” – Russia Slams “Malicious Campaign” Waged By Unknown Americans To Damage Ties.

Understanding the above provides a wonderful clarity of insight into much of the activity in the media and the actions of key Republican and Democrat Deep State actors. It is far from clear if Trump can survive this attack from the establishment or if, surviving it, he will be an effectual president. This is the central game being played in the US going forward. Nothing else matters.

Bits and Pieces – 20170301, Wednesday

The Deep State: The effort to connect Trump with the evil Russians may have problems: Intel Committee Head: No Evidence Of Contact Between Trump Campaign, Russia.

Cycles: Here is some commentary on the debt super-cycle: The 100 Year Debt-Supercycle Is Coming To An End: “Facing Greatest Crisis In Human History”. It sounds apocalyptic. It will be.

Bits and Pieces: This is not good news for Canada in in the short to medium term: Have The Majors Given Up On Canada’s Oil Sands?

Iceland was the first and only country to jail bankers after the 2007-8 financial crisis. Now, Spain has followed suit: Former IMF Chief Sent To Jail As Spain Prosecutes 65 Elite Bankers in Enormous Corruption Scandal.

A couple of articles on the RAAI theme. Here is a robot with amazing agility: Meet Handle: The “Nightmare-Inducing” Robot From Boston Dynamics. I would suggest your best escape is through a rabbit hole or possibly up a long flight of stairs. Also consider: Minimum Wage Massacre: Wendy’s Unleashes 1,000 Robots To Counter Higher Labor Costs.

Martin Armstrong provides commentary on two issues that will emerge to prominence in 2017. The first is that of private pension plans that are essentially broke: Teamsters Local 707 Goes Bankrupt. The second is the US debt and deficit crisis: The Obama-Boehner Debt Crisis.

Bits and Pieces – 20170217, Friday

Commentary: I am still confounded by the phenomenon of Trump hatred in Canada. First of all, he is not our president, and who or what he is and what he does is really none of our business beyond what impact his policies might have on Canada. When confronted on their hatred, people shuffle their feet and mumble a few multi-syllabic words that they have learned from the CBC. I have referred to the psychic energy that they have stored up, without understanding its source. Today a piece slipped into place.  But a little sideways trip first.

Bits and Pieces – 20170126, Thursday

Commentary: The next time someone you know complains that Hillary won the popular vote and should be president, show them this map (red is a Republican majority and blue is Democrat):

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