The Empire Is Crumbling, But Not Dead, and Desperate for War

The Empire Is Crumbling, But Not Dead, and Desperate for War

Let us review: Every effort by the British to bring down the government of the United States under President Donald Trump has failed. MI6 agent Christopher Steele's dodgy dossier now stands exposed as the only basis for the launching of Trumpgate by the corrupt Obama intelligence team, and the perpetrators are themselves now facing criminal prosecution; the Skripal case has disappeared from the media, as the connections to the same Christopher Steele were coming to the fore; the Syrian chemical weapons fraud concocted by the British-run White Helmets has now been exposed internationally as a Nazi-like staged affair to justify a military assault. That assault, in which Trump was tricked into going along with the British and the French, effectively declared that the international law established after World War II, through the United Nations, to prevent another world war, was dead.

The Empire will not go quietly into the night. Bibi Netanyahu's antics — claiming "proof" that Iran is still developing nuclear weapons — is being ridiculed even by former Israeli intelligence officials as re-packaged news, already known by the IAEA, and proving nothing. But the British have always used the Israeli right-wing, and the Saudi Royal family, to provoke divisions and, when necessary, to start wars. With Trump having cooperated with Putin in defeating ISIS in Syria, and swearing that he wants to get the U.S. out of Syria altogether and "stop being the world's policeman," the British are desperately pulling every possible string to drag the U.S. into more wars.

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Macron Speaks for the Empire — Is Trump Listening?

Macron Speaks for the Empire — Is Trump Listening?

If one were to believe that President Trump accepted French President Emmanuel Macron's ranting before the joint session of the U.S. Congress yesterday, then one would accept that Trump were prepared to submit the nation to the collapsing old paradigm of the British Empire. Macron, clearly speaking for the Empire (as the French are wont to do) acted as if Trump had agreed with him that the U.S. must stay in Syria as an occupying power, that he would soon return the U.S. to the green fascist Paris agreement on deindustrializing the world to "save the planet," and that when Trump complains about "fake news," he means the Russians.

Pardon, Monsieur, but the British coup attempt against the President has not yet succeeded, and, in fact, it is in deep trouble, as MI6 agent Christopher Steele and his American accomplices in the Obama intelligence community and Obama's State Department are increasingly facing criminal investigations themselves. California Rep. Devin Nunes, leading the House Intelligence Committee investigation into the accusations behind the Russiagate scam, has determined that "there was no official intelligence that was used to start this investigation." Rather, it was all British lies, peddled into the mass media as "fake news" — as Trump correctly asserted and repeatedly denounced.

President Trump and President Macron of France. April 24, 2018
(Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

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