— Rogue Money (@theroguemoney) October 23, 2016
Was Hillary Trying to Invoke Occult Numerology in Her Debate Performance?
Another number that came out of the debate in which Hillary denounced Trump as a 'puppet' of Putin -- a shrill and hysterical allegation if there ever was one, especially considering Trump has never met Putin much less met him in secret or collected funds from oligarchs close to him for the Clinton Foundation -- was the number four. That is the length of minutes Mrs. Clinton mentioned as the response time from the time a President gives the order to the first launch of ICBMs. It was also likely in Hillary's mind a not so veiled warning or threat to Russia that under her presidency Washington will rattle nuclear sabres just as much or more as Moscow's nationalistic bomb throwers like Vladimir Zhirinovsky (who recently warned that a Hillary presidency would likely lead to nuclear war, but Trump was a man the Russians could negotiate with).
— The Duran (@TheDuran_com) October 24, 2016
The number four in both Biblical 'white' and occult 'black' numerology is elemental, representing the earth and universe -- four cardinal directions (or the New World Order's 'full spectrum dominance' over the whole earth), and four basic elements (earth, wind, water and fire). In the Book of Genesis God destroyed all but Noah's family in a deluge of water, in the New Testament's Books of Peter and Revelations the earth is said to be preserved for judgement by fire, hence The Terminator movies' nuclear 'Judgement Day'. Four is also one number less than five, indicating not only that the U.S. response time from a CINC's go order with the 'football' is under five minutes, but also less than 5 -- what W the Intelligence Insider calls the number of defense and death to the New World Order.
If It Weren't for Double Standards Hillary Supporters and the MSM in the Tank for Her (But We Repeat Ourselves) Wouldn't Have Any -- Non-Classified But Sensitive Disclosures Edition
As many Trump supporters said on Twitter, it's not every day a candidate for President of the United States discloses to the entire world with millions watching, including adversaries who've threatened to nuke the U.S. like North Korea, the average American response time in case of a nuclear launch. And Hillary Clinton's emphasis on the president's unilateral ability to order a strike in a crisis scenario can hardly be viewed as accidental, given the numerological coincidences above and prominent Russian politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky's claim that Hillary is deathly ill and mentally unstable that surely rankled Mrs. Clinton's thin skinned and belligerent ego.
However, the mainstream media dutifully engaged in damage control by insisting that Clinton's nuclear 'gaffe' was merely stating facts that had been declassified and publically discussed among experts on nuclear arms for years, if not since the end of the first Cold War in 1989-91. Thus the allegations that Mrs. Clinton had disclosed classified U.S. nuclear secrets on live television to a global audience of millions were said to be not true. Of course, the fact that had Trump said the same thing he would have likely been excoriated as either an ignoramus or a reckless brandisher of America's nuclear arsenal goes without saying. If it weren't for double standards Hillary Clinton's shameless supporters wouldn't have any. Certainly retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn who advises Trump slammed Hillary's disclosure, while it was not likely news to the Russians, as nonetheless harmful to national security and completely unnecessary to make her alleged point about being the one voters should trust with the nuclear codes:
As the Russia Analyst has pointed out here before, nuclear arms control experts like the U.S. Naval (Twitter) War College Prof. Tom Nichols misquote Trump's supposed statements expressing ignorance about the U.S. nuclear triad (bombers, sub-launched ballistic missiles and land-based ICBMs) while skipping the true substance of The Donald's remarks that Russia's nuclear arsenal is actually less decrepit and more rapidly modernizing than the USA's. It seems despite his constant invocation of expertise on Russia's nuclear arsenal and military posture Prof. Nichols has been so busy trolling Trump supporters (supposedly never on Department of Defense property or during paid office hours) that he hasn't noticed the Russians fielding multiple new SLBM/ICBMs, including the massive successor to the SS-18 'Satan' the multi-megaton delivering, anti-ballistic missile defenses evading 'Sarmat'. (Below is an ad from the Clinton team that ludicrously suggests Donald Trump, rather than she, is more likely to start a nuclear war, when she's the one threatening a great power with more nukes than the United States with a hot war in Syria if not Ukraine):
The Perils of Politicized Intelligence: When (Al)CIA(eda) Practically Announces '#ImWithHer', Cold Civil War Within the USIC/Department of Defense is the Inevitable Result
At any rate, the USA Today and New York Times 'fact checkers' all supported Hillary's statement that the finding of something called the 'U.S. intelligence community' and all 17 agencies that supposedly make up it was unanimous, when if one reads the actual statement issued by the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) James Clapper, one finds more nuance and weasely wording than allusion to solid proof in the language. Even National Review, the soon to be defunct 'conservative' magazine that took a #NeverTrump position in the GOP primaries, noticed that the ODNI statement is really a pre-election press release from the 'Deep State' on Hillary's behalf:
Would a Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Who Committed Perjury Lie to You?
Nor was the National Review's contributor Fred Flietz of the hawkish neoconservative leaning Center for Security Policy (CSP) the only one who found fault with Hillary's invocation of the magical and allegedly unanimously verdict of the 17 agencies, who in reality were 'spoken for' by a director of National Intelligence -- Clapper -- who previously perjured himself before Congress on NSA domestic spying. Mark Jeftovic of Rebooting Capitalism, sums it up this way (in an article excerpted at Russia Insider):
It seems strange to the Russia Analyst that the infamously neocon/cuckservative dominated National Review and the thoroughly 'cucked' anti-Trump Red State website run by Eric Erickson should have finally seen the light regarding how dangerous Hillary's plans for a Syria no fly zone at any cost truly are -- but better late than never. Even if the recognition of Hillary's detachment from reality and Russia's determination to defend Assad and its forces embedded with Syrian government troops from U.S. air and cruise missile strikes is couched in the usual 'Assad isn't actually fighting ISIS' BS talking points.
Nonetheless Erickson's site mentioned Fox News host Chris Wallace finally challenging Hillary -- but letting her evade the question -- on whether she would actually be willing to order the shoot down of Russian jets and thus start a global conflict:
While we don't recall Red State's writers showing such concerns back when Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio were pushing a no fly zone in Syria as no big deal, better some belated recognition of reality than never...before it's time to apply what Sarah Connor called 2 million sunblock. The kind that works better than Hillary's magick abra cadabra repeat them three times numbers...