With a near 180 degree shift on all his pre-election promises President Donald Trump is starting to resemble a man who’s walking funny, a bit shaky at the knees. In spite of the post results, the newly elected has already been gelded. I’m guessing that’s where the funny walk originated from, but for real who’s still calling the shots? As several prior posts mentioned it’s the neocons. The neocons are still running the show. President Donald Trump has taken the 5th on just about all of his pre-election promises, it’s hard for me to believe that anyone, but the most closed-minded fool still questions this.
I’ve been on record more times than I can remember stating the following “if Donald Trump does win the election it’s because he was supposed to and therefore little change should be expected”. Adding to the above a past post I wrote from February 25th titled The Neocons Are Still Running the Show has already been updated three times since late February. Technically this post makes 4 updates.
Recently I ran across a good piece of literature by Michael Krieger titled “Prepare for Impact – This is the Beginning of the End for U.S. Empire”. As are many of his contributions to the media Krieger’s article is spot on. By Trump’s choice of action what you’re currently witnessing mirrors the very opposition, which a few months prior found themselves sitting at the opposite sides of the table. In short the opposition loves his latest move on Syria. Why are you surprised? Did you expect by doing the same thing over again things would change? How many millenniums have we as a people been buying into this crap? Even more important how many more will we continue to do so?
The details of a staged event are rarely important. What’s important is knowing how to better position yourself beforehand, so that you’re best equipped to avoid destruction caused by them. What’s already occurred has us all effected. War, environment, crime and the economy all have their effects on us so choose your poison. It’s a fact that throughout our lives we’re constantly being affected by something. It derives from many sources. Mentally, physically, emotionally and financially there’s no shortage of areas one could look. BUT here’s the right question to be asking. Is what you’re currently doing going to solve it? Is analyzing every past detail the most proactive way of using your time? Better to grab one or two details then move on. This way of thinking places you into a position to have enough time, should you need to alter your course to best avoid what lies ahead.
I’m of the notion if there’s an iceberg dead ahead just steer clear. You don’t need to know every detail about the danger that lies ahead. I’ve long since charted its location and have moved way beyond its danger zone. This way of planning promotes action, it doesn’t get lost in over analyzing, followed by procrastination, followed to that pre-mentioned iceberg (SPLAT!). From the many that I meet I understand it’s out of the box for most, but then again I’m not the one who’s looking for a change either. For my readers who like the details I’m linking Krieger’s latest post HERE! It’s excellent material that’s well worth the time it takes to read it.
Those reading my posts for any length of time know I mention the name Martin Armstrong often. Over time there’s no single person that I’ve found that provides the same percentage of accuracy over the long haul. Perhaps that’s why nations ask him to represent their best interests. Let’s just say he’s good, real good at understanding the big picture. He’s one of several reasons why I understood the true relationship between the U.S. and Syria so long ago. I also understand why at almost any costs the U.S. will create another black swan false flag whatever you want to call it event. Again for the details read Armstrong’s piece “How the Press Will Not Tell the Truth About Syria”.
How long have I been saying the U.S. involvement in Syria is based essentially on the need to run a pipeline. It’s largely focused around natural resources. I’m confident in the not to distant future, you’ll also be seeing more coverage about the highly bonded relation between China and Russia, because of China’s urging need for potable water. China is basically becoming a desert, which I’ve stated in prior posts. This is why I’ve been mentioning that no other nation will be capable of driving a wedge into that relationship anytime soon. If the west keeps heading down this path, they’re getting involved in a war they cannot win. Chart your future course carefully. This staged attack on Syria may prove to be fatal. Until next time this is Barry in DR.