Playing in the Sandbox

After careful analysis and conversations with Saudi and U.A.E intelligence agency sources it is clear that major changes in the Trump administration have taken place in regards to policy and policymakers, aka a coupe by those in the “Deep State” has transpired.

The writing was on the wall when Trump let Flinn fall on his own sword for making perfectly legal phone calls on the behest of the incoming Trump administration. Even after Flinn resigned, the “presstitute” media continued their accusations of Trump being a pro- Putin stooge continued. Several people who were instrumental to Trump's victory (Steve Bannon,  Steve Miller etc.)  have been pushed aside and a more “moderate”(aka Neo-Con) position is now shaping President Trump’s policies.

The main instigator of this radical departure in policy platform is Trump’s son-in-law and egomaniac Jared Kushner. Sources in U.A.E intelligence have a large dossier on Kushner showing Trump’s son-in-law is a long time Mossad asset with a slew of foreign banking contacts in the City of London (i.e Goldman Sachs) as well as direct ties to a number of George Soros’ NGOs.

Kushner’s background is so shady that he is working under an “interim” clearance while he gathers the necessary information required by the FBI. Kushner has revealed so little about his past he couldn't even apply to become a TSA agent, let alone White House Senior Adviser.

Regardless of his mysterious Israeli connections, Jared Kushner is leading an unprecedented effort to meddle in the White House's National Security Council, causing mayhem for senior staff who say the president's son-in-law is interfering in key foreign policy debates, according to Trump administration officials (Washington Free Beacon).

Kushner has taken aggressive action to micro-manage the NSC, overshadowing even recently installed “War Hawk” National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster.  Kushner's behavior has been described as highly unusual and damaging to the country's national security infrastructure. Never before has a White House permitted such a figure to intervene in the NSC, which is traditionally given leeway to investigate foreign policy matters and bring advice to the president.

Kushner's foreign policy influence played a large role in Trump's irrational decision to bomb Syria.  Kushner sold Trump on the idea that swift action in Syria would put to rest accusations that Trump is a Pro-Russian puppet. H.R. McMaster along with Kushner and the long time pro-Saudi pro-Salafist cheerleader David Petraeus have developed the latest Neo-Con strategy for Syria; Assad needs to step down in conjunction with the dismantling of Isis in Syria.

How this can be accomplished without a large scale invasion of the country in not mentioned by White House Spokesman Sean Spicer.

The first rule of business is not to do business with family members.

The same holds true when choosing a presidential administration. A strong POTUS needs the best and most up to date intelligence when making serious decisions that can have far reaching repercussions.

Advisors like Steve Bannon and Miller have been pushed out of Trump’s inner circle. Neo- Conservative ideology is growing more popular in the NSC and Trump administration in general.

While we are far from the all out invasion of Syria proposed by H.R. McMaster there are U.S. advisors and Spec Ops in country. The same holds true in Yemen, where the Saudi Arabian regime is determined to install a pro-Saudi puppet government.

How Trump could flip-flip on such important foreign policy issues? Trump is the consummate deal maker and to skip right over the art of making a deal strongly suggests that there has been a Neo-Con takeover of the administration.

Jared Kushner (married to daughter Ivanka) has been at Trump’s right hand for years. Kushner knows how to push Trump's  buttons and it is now clear that Kushner is pushing a Zionist, Neo-Con agenda on Trump despite the fact that this type of politics was anathema to Trump's campaign platform.

The fact that the bombing of Syria came so soon after Trump met with Egyptian President Al Sisi  and  the heir to the Saudi Arabian throne, deputy crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman strongly suggests that Trump's foreign policy in the Middle East will coincide with Neo-Con, Israeli and Saudi Arabian goals in the region. These goals are anti-Iranian, and will likely include further attacks in Syria as well as an escalation of war in Yemen.

Trump needs to regain control over his administration and fire anyone who is giving him false or inaccurate intelligence, regardless if they are family or friend. If he doesn't  act fast Trump's administration will quickly become a purely Neo-Conservative administration.

One can only speculate if Trump's bellicose attitude towards Russia and Syria is a cover and excuse to topple the markets seems far fetched but  could very well be the end result if China loses patience with the administration.

Clearly some of Trump’s closest advisors are feeding him bad intelligence and poor advice. Many regimes would love to see Trump's administration fail both domestically and abroad. MI6 has no love of the administration and through the likes of Jared Kushner and others close to the POTUS are manipulating him in hopes that he will botch the job.

Senior NSC staff are finding their hands tied when it comes to performing even perfunctory duties, such as talking points and statements on profile issues that must go through Kushner for approval. Intelligence sources who spoke to me described this level of involvement as “kneecapping” to the NSC and such direct control of foreign policy from the West Wing has never happened before.

Officials working at the NSC, State Department, and Department of Defense "are not happy that Jared is so powerful in foreign policy.” The situation has weakened the NSC and caused internal confusion as to what exactly the administration's policy is when it comes to a range of issues (zero hedge).

It is becoming quite clear that the Trump administration is on board with Saudi Arabian plans to expand their influence in Yemen and Syria. Only time will tell if Trump's attitude towards Iran will lead to a U.S. sanctioned strike against Iranian nuclear facilities by Israel.

One thing is for certain Trump is not done meddling in the “sandbox.”