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The Hostile Deep State Revisited

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Chuck Frank

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 What a person may ask today is what is America’s latest and greatest problem? From the bleachers I see down on the playing field a nation divided which has lost its way, while 95% of the people have truly lost their country to the top 5% who managed to accomplish their goal through decades of corruption, hostility and devious means, whereby destroying the very sacred fabric that held America together which had been one nation devoted to family, peace, love, joy, favor, mercy, forgiveness,\ patience, sacrifice and generosity. But how did this happen?

Little by little the power brokers came who were the top 5% who had the money and the influence and laid a blueprint which would rapidly change the very face of the America to where it is today. If it were not for criminal infiltrators who ended up in the various State and Federal Agencies, it was ex corporate lobbyists or executives who filled key positions within government who were not elected by the people nor were they even specialists in the field that they had been appointed to. Though they were there, in theory, for the benefit of the people, they ended up in those positions to either protect those corporate elites or were chosen because they favored a fruitless ideology that was part of the blueprint that had been given to them for a job that was meant to further an agenda, but not necessarily for the benefit of “we the people.”

The American dream and the people have been hoodwinked into believing that the separation of powers and the two party system would be something they could use in electing persons who would actually benefit the people and thus offer voters a say in their own government. If this were true, then why is there so much corruption in government along with those officials who generally take care of their own, yet who are also above the law and do not adequately perform their duties as servants of the people? And if there is an oath to their office, that would have them perform their
duties faithfully and to the letter of the law; why are they not doing it?

It is because they are imposters and have alternative motives within their field of government service. Without mentioning any names and their dastardly deeds I challenge the reader to do their homework and observe the many injustices that lie within the halls of the State legislatures,
Congress and its many agencies, the courts, the universities, the AMA, Big Pharma, the Forest Service, the Mainstream Media and the many other cesspools that are complicit with their own desires, along with their love of money, power, as well as those merciless and hostile agendas within
county and city governments. It is all there. And yes, it is deep,such as the Deep State that is far from being drained. Their presence is everywhere and yet there may be light at the end of the tunnel.

The darkness hates the light and it can only hide for a time. Now is the hour for the vast darkness that has spread its cloud over all America to finally be exposed.

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Why Cities Are Banning Facial Recognition Technology | WIRED

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TransCanada Keystone Pipeline Spill #21

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Marti —

In case you missed it — TransCanada’s original Keystone pipeline spilled at least 380,000 gallons of tarsands and toxic diluents into wetlands in North Dakota on Oct. 30.

The spill — the twenty-first (21) spill on the Keystone pipeline since 2010 — led U.S. pipeline regulator PHMSA to order TransCanada to shut down the pipeline again via Corrective Action Order — the fourth such order issued to shut Keystone down since 2010 because “continued operation before corrective action would be hazardous to life, property, or the environment.”

Make sure to add your voice and tell the U.S. State Dept. that TransCanada’s safety record is an unacceptable risk to our land, water and climate, and the Keystone XL pipeline should be rejected as not in the U.S. national interest.

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Whistleblower’s! Know Your Rights!

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A Futile Effort to End War and the Violent Insanity of the State

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I feel like a guy standing before a rapidly advancing tsunami. I’m throwing up a peace sign as if that will stop the wall of water.

I began to realize in 1970, as did millions of other eighteen-year-old American males, that the government considered me little more than a dispensable body to be kidnapped and turned into a bullet-stopping slave.

I was saved by the crank of a tumbler operated over television by two old men in suits. This was a year after the state decided to institute a “lottery” for the draft. I rolled high, so I didn’t need to flee to Canada. Millions of others were not so lucky.

It wasn’t out of empathy and benevolence the state implemented this slavery lottery. For several years, college students and other young people were marching all over America, going so far as to burn down ROTC buildings and occupying college administration offices to force the state to end its insane war in Vietnam.

Eventually, this war was shut down, but behind the scenes less noticeable—to Americans at least—wars were waged around the world. You had to read between the lines of The New York Times and The Washington Post to learn about US dirty dealing in Angola, Chile, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Panama, Pakistan, Cambodia, on and on, seemingly endless.

The Pentagon devised a new tactic. Instead of drafting middle-class kids, they made “military service” “voluntary,” in other words only the desperately poor—and those brainwashed by lies and “patriotism”—are sucked into the war machine.

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While Our country Falls Deeper Into Fascism…and this was all they could think to do?

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Don Bowman

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Today, the House of Representatives voted to declare a genocide occurred about 100 years ago.

The Democratic-controlled House voted 405-11 in favor of a resolution asserting that it is U.S. policy to commemorate as genocide the killing of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1923. The Ottoman Empire was centered in present-day Turkey.

The vote marked the first time in 35 years that such legislation was considered in the full House, underscoring widespread frustration in Congress with the Turkish government, from both Democrats and President Donald Trump’s fellow Republicans.”

Yes! By all means! Let’s poke another country with a big stick because they won’t do our bidding. What is it they have that some big corporation wants?  Oil? Gold?  What?   Apparently the stage is being set for another war of aggression and this is the first prodding to incite that war.  I am sure there will be a profuse amount of propaganda to follow this vote.  Let me see. It goes something like this: 

Their leader is a brutal dictator and we have to go and bring democracy to them. 

He gassed his own people!  Not that one?  Ok….how about …

They have weapons of mass destruction!

Yeah! That one should do it.

Of course no one in DC will be going to war, nor their children nor any of their friends. No.  Wars are to be fought by us commoners.  And if our soldiers make it back home we will treat them like crap and act like nothing happened.  And a whole bunch of people in a foreign country who have done nothing to us will be burying their dead and putting out fires.

Of all the pointless, useless, wasting of time this has to be near the top of the list. Maybe next we could commemorate the genocide of the Iraqi people in our war of aggression after 9/11. A country that had no part in those attacks. Last count I heard was 1.5 million dead and the birth deformities from our use of depleted uranium and other deadly crap has ratcheted that number up. Yes! Let’s do!

Oh! Oh! I know! Let’s commemorate the genocide of the Palestinians under Israeli occupation!! We don’t even have a head count on that one, but of course they’re still busy trying to wipe them out. We’ll just save that one for one of those days when there isn’t much to do in congress. You know, its not like things are going to hell here or anything.

While these elected fools waste precious time, the homelessness in this country is growing by the day.

The jobs promised to return as a result of those massive tax breaks for corporations have not materialized.

60% of college graduates cannot find work in the field they trained for because those jobs are being filled by foreign workers brought into the country under special work visa’s.

The opioid crisis is killing about 17,000 a month.

California is being intentionally set ablaze under the guise of training just before 80 mph winds are expected. (Gosh…wonder how that will turn out?)

The liquidity crisis on Wall Street that has resulted in the Fed offering $690 billion a week to 23 Wall Street securities firms and one foreign bank as well as a newly launched “don’t call it QE4” operation by the Fed to buy up $60 billion a month in Treasury bills from Wall Street dealers.

Thats 690 billion per WEEK of money borrowed in the name of taxpayers because although banks are “too big to fail”, we, the people, are expendable.

Our police departments have been militarized and many have become a threat to their communities, executing people at will and walking away free.

These and many more issues,too many to recount here, and all congress could think to do , all they felt was of national importance, was to declare that a genocide had occurred in a foreign country about 100 years ago just to piss off the government that is there now 100 years later.

Thank you congress! While we wonder if we will have a job next week, or how we are going to pay our rent, buy groceries or pay these extortion rates for crappy health insurance, thank you for wasting all of your time making this commemoration. Is it nap time now?

And while all this goes on the president spent his time tweeting out his usual brand of nonsense.

 

 

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