Donald Trump and The New World Order

For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicised incidents … to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and over economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.
—David Rockefeller, Memoirs, Random House, New York, 2002, page 405

Conspiracies, conspiracy theories, and the ‘secret cabal’

There are many unfounded conspiracy theories, and there are also some very real conspiracies at high levels, like the one Rockefeller is bragging about – the project to create a new kind of world order. This is a project that has been going on, as Rockefeller says, for more than a century, involving planning and organizing on a vast scale, including the orchestration of two World Wars. We are now in the final stages, the endgame, of that project, and many of the globalist institutions – the proto world government – are already in place.

I’ll be saying more about the history of the project, about the nature of the envisioned new order, and about how the orchestrated Trump Episode will result in a major step forward for this globalist agenda. But first we need to understand how such a project is even possible, how coherent plans on such a scale can be made and carried out – in what seems to be a complex, pluralistic world with many divergent forces at work.

The ‘secret cabal’ that Rockefeller refers to is made up of the central-banking dynasties, which essentially means the families and close connections of the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers. The direct power of this cabal is immense. With their central banks they control the finances of nations and the fates of economies. And over the centuries the Rothschilds, and later the Rockefellers, have found ways to extend their power in indirect ways.

Some of the biggest men in the United States are afraid of something. They know there is a power somewhere, so organised, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.
– Woodrow Wilson

Wilson himself is an example of this indirect power. He was an unknown university professor when he was approached with an offer he didn’t refuse. He’d be launched into the Presidency by a well-financed campaign if he’d agree, when the time came, to sign legislation to create a Federal Reserve bank. Thus, in 1913, was the USA brought under the central bank system and the control of the dynasties. A momentous result was achieved by cultivating an agent, and placing him into a position of political power.

That’s the general pattern. People who show leadership potential, or who might be useful for other reasons, are recruited early in their careers with financial favors, or by compromising them with young-girl ‘honey traps’, or by various other means of coercion or persuasion. The CIA specializes in such recruitment activities on behalf of the cabal. Once the ‘loyalty’ of someone has been assured, they are seen as an agent who can be tapped when needed, and their career is helped along in various ways.

In this way, the cabal maintains an extensive network of agents who hold key positions of influence wherever the cabal wishes to have influence, whether it be in the halls of government, in the editorial boards of the media, among the leaders of NGO’s and popular movements – or anywhere else that matters – from a social-control perspective. This network, together with the cabal that uses and controls it, is what Wilson was talking about in the quote above.


The project to create a new world order

Ever since the Treaty of Westphalia (1648), the sovereign nation state has been recognized as the basis of world order. And ever since the republican revolutions of the late 1700’s, the recognized political model, at least in the West, has been based on governance by representatives, who are selected by the people in periodic elections. These are the basic principles of the existing world order. In theory, each nation state has sovereign control over its own affairs, and elections ensure that each nation state is governed according to the will of its citizens.

As we have seen, the cabal has found ways to infiltrate and manipulate this nation-state system and to corrupt its political processes. In this way the globalist elite has been able to pursue its objectives, despite national sovereignty and regardless of popular will. They would prefer, however, to have a system where their control is more direct, where they don’t have to work around a set of institutions and principles that were designed for other purposes back in the 18th Century.

The pursuit of such a system, one more to their liking, is what the new-world-order project is all about. In their new system sovereignty and authority are to be centralized in global institutions, and the theory of governance will be based on ‘what is good for the people’ rather than ‘the will of the people’. The reality of governance, however, will be based on ‘the will of the cabal’, as the cabal will have no problem exercising tight control over the upper echelons of the globalist system. The cabal will no longer need to use their covert network to subvert institutional structures; instead they will be able exercise power directly, using official institutional structures.

The project to achieve this new system has been proceeding as two sub-projects. First, there has been an ongoing project of destabilizing the existing order, so as to create an ‘urgent need’ for something to replace it. Second, there has been a project of establishing preliminary globalist institutions within the existing system, institutions that can be rapidly integrated into a global government, once the world becomes convinced of an ‘urgent need’ for a new system.


Technocracy and tyranny

When the guiding principle of governance becomes ‘what is good for the people’, then there is no longer a need for any kind of political process, or for any kind of popular representation or popular inputs. Experts, not ordinary people, are the ones who know ‘what is good for us’, and so policy should be based on the advice of scientists and other experts, regardless of what the masses might think they want.

This is the mindset, the world view, that will be declared as one of the principles of the new world order. Indeed we see the mindset already being accepted by wide segments of the population, as demonstrated by the recent ‘March for Science’, where thousands turned out in cities all over the USA, demanding that ‘science’ should supersede the political process.

There is of course a fundamental problem involved, in the principle of ‘rule by experts’. That is, who selects the experts? In a globalist government set up by and for the cabal, I don’t think we need to look very far for an answer to that question. Indeed, we already can see what ‘rule by experts’ looks like if we consider the globalist institutions that have already been established.

Consider for example the World Trade Organization (WTO), made up of experts who presumably know what’s best for us. The WTO’s tribunals have the power to make decisions that can have adverse consequences for the environment and for the health of populations. And who are the experts that run the WTO? All are from the top echelons of the corporate and financial worlds, where the only consideration is always maximizing profits.

Or consider the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Among its proclaimed objectives are to ‘secure financial stability’ and to ‘reduce poverty around the world’. That sounds like it would be very good for the people. But in actual fact, as John Perkins revealed in Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, the IMF has pursued policies intentionally designed to destabilize economies and increase the spread of poverty.

This kind of system, where experts and supporting bureaucracies are responsible for policy, is called a technocracy. With the cabal running things at the top, a technocracy becomes an easy way to impose whatever agenda the cabal desires, simply by finding ‘experts’ who claim to support the desired agenda, and who are known to be ‘loyal’. Technocracy is a formula for absolute, unaccountable tyranny, hiding in the robe of science, and claiming all the while to be doing what’s good for you.


The destabilization project

We could go back centuries to tell the full story of destabilization, but let’s start more recently, say 1980, when loyal agents Reagan and Thatcher were placed in power in the US and UK. The objective of the cabal, in placing these agents, was to begin the destabilization of the US and UK economies – by putting the economies on an unsound fiscal basis, and by encouraging industry to move offshore. An ‘expert’ was found, Milton Friedman, a free-market fundamentalist, whose wrong-headed advice would naturally lead to the outcomes desired by the cabal. Reagan and Thatcher loyally supported and followed the disastrous Friedman line, and the destabilization project was now well under way.

The next milestone in the destabilization project came in 1995, when the WTO was established, and the process of globalization, or what some call the neoliberal project, got into high gear. Under the guise of ‘free trade treaties’ an aggressive program was launched aimed at transferring power and wealth from nation states to corporations, while at the same time accelerating the transfer of manufacturing facilities to low-wage parts of the globe. Globalization has served very well to further undermine the integrity and the economic viability of the nation state.

Our next milestone came on 9/11/2001, when the cabal arranged for a dramatic false-flag event, and used that event to achieve two major destabilization objectives, under the guise of a phony ‘war on terror’. The first objective was to destabilize international law, by creating an excuse for the US to go off and start wars anywhere it wanted to, as long as some claim could be made related to terrorism. The second objective was to effectively remove the Bill of Rights from the Constitution, thus moving us closer to the kind of regimented regime we’ll be living under when the tyranny of technocracy is introduced.

The next milestone came in 2008, with the orchestrated collapse of the banks, and the heavy-handed tactics used to bully nations into undertaking bailouts that the nations couldn’t afford. The objective of the cabal in this case was to put Western nations into unrepayable debt, so that their assets and infrastructures could be privatized.

Greece fell first, because it was the most vulnerable, but the same fate will eventually come to many more Western countries, as unrepayable debt will remain even after everything has been privatized. The widespread economic chaos that will be achieved in this way will contribute strongly to the sentiment that there is an ‘urgent need’ for a new system, in particular for a new economic system.


Economics under technocracy

In the era of technocracy there will indeed be a new economic system. There is in fact a real need for a new economic system, because capitalism has passed its use-by date – it can no longer deliver a long-term return to investors. We always knew that economic growth could not go on forever on a finite planet, and a system based on something other than growth is long overdue. Rather than market economics, the new technocratic system will be based on centralized economic planning.

Rather than a money-based economy, we’ll have a resource-based economy. Rather than buying what you want or need, you’ll be allocated what you deserve, based on an overall assessment of what is the most optimal use of various resources. Rather than seeking to make a profit, producers will seek to meet their production quotas without exceeding their resource allocations. Very much like the old Soviet system. We’ll miss the creative dynamism of capitalism, despite all its faults.

The most critical resource to be budgeted and allocated will be energy. And the primary planning criteria will be to minimize the use of energy. Why? Because more energy use means more burning of fossil fuel, which causes life-threatening climate change! This line of reasoning turns out to be the whole motivation for the Big Lie of human-caused climate change. That scam will enable the cabal to keep us peasants in a perpetual state of unnecessary austerity, in the name of ‘saving the planet’.

The fear that has been successfully implanted in the mind of the masses around climate change has created an ‘urgent need’ to ‘do something about it’. When the right time comes, and the technocratic solution is offered, accompanied by appropriate PR spin about saving the planet, it will be greeted with popular acclaim. The ground has been carefully prepared. We are being successfully led down the garden path to technocratic tyranny and regimented lives.


Russia and the emergence of multi-polarism

The mighty Soviet Union collapsed in a flash, catching all of us by surprise. Equally surprising and dramatic has been the recent rapid rise of Russia into prominence on the world stage, along with the emergence of Vladimir Putin as a world leader of the first rank.

Russia has mounted a serious challenge to America’s traditional hegemony over geopolitical affairs. In the Crimea and in Syria Russia has shown that she has the will and the means to protect her legitimate interests, using her first-class military if necessary, and even if it means going toe to toe with Uncle Sam. Such upstart boldness would have been unimaginable only a few short years ago. As regards superpowers, we find ourselves once again, for the first time since the fall of the Soviet Union, in a multi-polar world.

Similarly, in the realms of finance and trade, Russia and China have mounted a serious challenge to the dominance America has enjoyed ever since it set up the Bretton Woods system at the end of World War 2. With the Silk Road, the settling of exchanges outside the dollar system, massive bilateral trade deals, and the establishment of various economic and security alliances, a multi-polar financial world is being rapidly established.

Russia has launched yet another serious challenge to American dominance – in the very important realm of global public opinion. RT (Russia Today) has become one of the most-viewed news sources in the world, producing its programs in several languages, and offering comprehensive coverage and analysis of events all around the globe.

Whereas the US media presents a propaganda narrative of world events, designed to justify US policies, RT tries to get to the bottom of stories, and reports what’s really going on as objectively as possible. RT has become the go-to channel, for anyone who wants accurate and timely reports of what’s going on in the world. The realm of global public opinion has also become multi-polar.

Finally, there is the realm of diplomacy and leadership on the world stage. It wasn’t that long ago that it was always the US that organized international peace conferences and the like, and typically Russia wouldn’t even be invited. That has all changed, and it changed the day that Putin stopped the planned attack by the US and UK on Syria, and took responsibility for disposing of Syria’s stockpile of chemical weapons. Ever since then Putin’s stature as a sensible and effective world leader has continued on the rise. As regards global leadership, we find yet-another multi-polar world emerging.

The rise of Russia is destabilizing of the existing unipolar world order, which America has dominated ever since World War 2. From the cabal’s perspective, this destabilization is a good thing. Just as the nation state needs to be destabilized, to create a ‘need’ for a global system, so does US hegemony need to be destabilized – if the world is ever going to agree to give real power to a global authority. For that to happen, it would need to happen in a context of equal powers agreeing on a shared vision, not in a context where a dominant US is trying to sell a new system to the world.

A multi-polar world would be useful to the cabal, but only as a stepping stone toward their envisioned centralized order. They are quite happy for Russia to take the lead in creating a multi-polar world, and they may even be using their global network to smooth the way for him, without him necessarily being aware. For the time being, the interests of Russia and the cabal are aligned – but this alignment is strictly temporary.

Putin has said more than once that he’d like the UN to have the exclusive right to intervene in the affairs of nations, and to have the military resources to back up that authority. He sees this as a way to put a stop to America’s destructive unilateral interventions. As things develop further, on the multi-polar front, my guess is that Putin and Lavrov will end up taking the lead in a multi-nation diplomatic initiative, seeking to achieve a limited form of global authority that can maintain international peace.

For the cabal, it makes sense to encourage such a multi-polar agenda, right up to the establishment of a limited global authority. At the same time the cabal would want the US to continue and even increase its aggressive and dangerous behavior, so as to create an ‘urgent need’ for such a multi-polar initiative. For the cabal, it makes sense to use its network to nudge these two opposing sides along, bring things to a head, and get the initial global authority sooner rather than later.

However, once any kind of global authority is established, regardless of how limited it might be, the attention of the cabal will turn to other matters – to the task of overcoming the limits and expanding the power of that authority. This is a task that the cabal, with its corruption-based network, is more than capable of accomplishing. It’s mere child’s play, compared to the scale of the overall project to bring in a new world order, the project we have been reviewing in this article.


Donald Trump and the destabilization of democracy

The first thing that needs to be understood about Trump and the drama that surrounds him domestically, is that it is all theater, as is American politics generally. Trump is no outsider; he is as ‘loyal’ as they come. His presidency was set up to fail, and his job has been to ensure that certain objectives would be achieved when he came tumbling down. His erratic and outrageous behavior, both personally and officially, has all been an act, intended to give a certain meaning to his eventual demise, to justify some particular ‘solution’ that will be offered to us, allegedly aimed at preventing another such ‘crisis of governance’.

In order to get a sense of where this is all going, consider the kinds of attitudes that have been successfully generated in the liberal community by Trump’s performance and the orchestrated drama surrounding it. Beginning with Hillary’s quip about the ‘basket of deplorables’, there’s been a decidedly anti-democratic undertone in the liberal response to Trump. Like it’s more important to have a government that does the right thing, than it is to have a political system that works in a certain way, particularly a system that is prone to corruption. That’s the kind of sentiment I saw being expressed in the March for Science: ‘Let’s just do it, the right thing, the important thing, and cut through all the politics’.

In the cabal’s overall globalist project, no part is more important than the part about changing the basis of governance. Acceptance of the principle – that experts are more beneficial than popular will – is the critical key needed to unlock the path to their technocratic future. The ‘urgent crisis’ that has been created, and the social response that has been generated by Trump’s performance of his role, have created an opportunity for the cabal to come forward with a ‘solution’ that advances the technocratic agenda. As to the exact nature of that ‘solution’, we need only watch the impeachment drama, and see what comes out of it at the end.


16 thoughts on “Donald Trump and The New World Order

  1. RKM this article is up there with your best work. Kudos and mucho congrats my brother! Frank Zappa pegged it when he observed that ‘Politics is the entertainment branch of government.’ To this I would add ‘Government is the PR branch of globalization.’ What do you reckon? To me the most relevant paragraph is towards the end where you point out that Trump and company is no more than an act. To me this has been obvious since months before the election. I saw Robama as an act as well, an act ‘of colour’. I think the presidency of the USA has become a full-fledged psychological operation and that JFK was the last independently thinking and acting president. The entire government apparatus that we see IS no more than entertainment, and not very good entertainment. How about enter TAINTment? Ultimately, dare I be so bold, I concern myself less and less these daze with the human drama and more and more with the realms of non-human life, my family of fellow beings and Mother Earth…our ancestors who have been here far longer than we have and who have done absolutely nothing to hurt their home or fellow beings. We alone share that honour. Keep up the great work. 🙂

  2. Excellent job Richard, as usual.
    I still have this “blind faith” that somehow the human spirit will come through and escape the cabal, finally, after all these thousands of years.
    What I’m looking at lately is this ‘movement’ Robert David Steele and Cynthia McKinney have started by identifying the Deep State as the enemy, and believe this would be the vehicle to be able to overcome the divide and conquer tactics used by the cabal, that have been so successful so far. It could bring the ‘altRight’, ‘altLeft’, and all other flavors of thinking, together, as long as the Deep State is recognized as the common enemy. Their first step, to be started this summer, is electoral reform, and I am optimistic because one of the elements of this reform is the elimination of the central banks (plural, since it is intended to be an international movement). Steele is the guy who has been promoting the ‘open source everything’ concept.
    I have my fingers crossed and hope that this will be a viable thing.

    • Being against something can get a movement started, but to make real change a movement must have a positive vision of what it wants to create as a replacement. In this regard they say:
      “This is our solutions logo, urging one and all to come together in Unity for Integrity. Our common enemy is the Deep State. If the enemy of my enemy is my friend, and we can set aside all ideological and issue differences for the common goal of Election Reform, we can restore integrity to our government and thereafter have civil conversations leading to evidence-based decision-making. This ends the control by the 1% of our government, economy, and society, and places the 99% in charge.”

      Achieving ‘civil conversations’ is the hard part. Hope they can find a way.

  3. Thanks Richard, it is several years since I have commented here!
    Perhaps you should have entitled this piece ‘The New World Order and Donald Trump’ – as only your final 3 paragraphs appear to refer to hi relevance?

    I very much align with Dave Pattersons views above.
    I also believe that ‘We The People’ – ‘the 99%’ – the ‘Useless Eaters’ etc, ARE now positively influencing the destiny and final outcome of milennia of suppression and control.. although it has not always been as visible as it now is rapidly becoming.

    We now have the Cabals totally confused, desperate and out of their depth as far as Reality Creation on this small Orb is concerned! You see, it is the power and intent of the Human Spirit here, that ultimately allows the Supreme Intrelligence of the Universal Matrix to emplace/create opportunity for OUR desired Reality here!

    WE have already Won! It is simply a matter of (exponentially quickening) Time before this becomes visibly clear to all 3rd dimensional consciousness.

    Thank you Donald, for being the required agent of change and chaos so necessary to finally effect the death of the Old Monster and the rise of Peace, Truth, Abundance and Love as per the Will of The People on Earth!

    • Robin, can you please give examples how we are positively influencing our destiny? And examples of your the cabal is totally confused?

  4. Richard, thank you for this latest expression of “the world according to Moore.” I continue to admire your astute analyses Our worldviews are very much alike, but I think you sometimes go too far is seeing patterns of intention where they do not exist.

    Sure, the elite will try to turn every development to their advantage, but that does not necessarily mean that these developments are welcome (for example, the shift to a multi-polar world), or that they will be successful in using it to achieve their goal of domination. A fundamental question is, to what extent have the elite succeeded in recruiting to their cause leaders in Russia and China and the other BRICS countries, and pulling them into line with their agenda?

    I hope you will elaborate upon some of the points you have provided in this essay. For example, you are correct in pointing to the rise of Reagan/Thatcher as a landmark in the agenda of the new World Order. That is when the dismantling of the NEW DEAL reforms was shifted into high gear. You say, “An ‘expert’ was found, Milton Friedman, a free-market fundamentalist, whose wrong-headed advice would naturally lead to the outcomes desired by the cabal. Reagan and Thatcher loyally supported and followed the disastrous Friedman line, and the destabilization project was now well under way.” But you need to elaborate on the specifics of how Friedmanite prescriptions led to destabilization, and there was much more to it than that. There was the prior CIA-led coup in Chile, and the Democrat party in the US and the Labor party in the UK were both in the process of selling out their constituents.

    Thank you for highlighting a primary objective of the elite in “transferring power and wealth from nation states to corporations, while at the same time accelerating the transfer of manufacturing facilities to low-wage parts of the globe.” Trade agreements and government debt have been primary instruments in that transfer of sovereignty. It’s been a long time since I read David Korten’s, 1985 book, When Corporations Rule the World (recently updated). He may not have clearly seen all of the mechanisms, but he was quite prescient in seeing the overall trend.

    I agree that we are being led (actually, “driven”) toward tyranny and regimented lives, but I am dubious about you conclusion of how the New Economy will function. You say, “Rather than a money-based economy, we’ll have a resource-based economy. Rather than buying what you want or need, you’ll be allocated what you deserve, based on an overall assessment of what is the most optimal use of various resources.” What is your basis for concluding that? The control of the machinery for creating money based on interest-bearing debt has been the elites most powerful weapon, and I don’t see them giving that up voluntarily. Our most promising approach to thwarting their plans is by bringing to market innovative competing mechanisms for exchanging value independent of banks and conventional money. I do not see Bitcoin and other virtual commodities as being adequate for the task, but private currencies spent into circulation by trusted producers, and credit clearing networks of buyers and sellers are. That will be the main topic of my upcoming workshop in Greece ( Please help spread the word.

    I do not believe that Trump’s “erratic and outrageous behavior, both personally and officially, has all been an act.” They are, rather, quite natural for him. His entire life history shows that his personality is narcissistic and his mindset is one of delusional self-promotion—he never loses, everything he does is a “success,” he is smarter and more capable than everyone else, etc. He is to the elite another “useful idiot.”

    Finally, I did not pay much attention to the March for Science but your characterization of it as an orchestrated anti-democratic move is a bit of a stretch. There are legitimate concerns about widespread loss of respect for the scientific method and objective facts.

    • Yes Tom, ‘the world according to Moore’ is a good description of the article. I’m identifying the particular historical developments that I consider pivotal; I’m presenting my interpretation of the meaning of those developments, and I’m explaning how I see them all contributing to an over-arching project. I also explain why I believe it is possible for such a project to be orchestrated, who I believe is in a position to do the orchestrating, and what their motivation is.

      The article is intended for people who are already familiar with the various historical developments I refer to. If someone needs a primer on the Reagan-Thatcher era, for example, then they aren’t the kind of person who is going to get much value from my overall thesis. For those like yourself who are historically savvy, I do not try to defend my interpretation of events against all other possible interpretations. The strength of my presentation is based on the coherence of the picture I develop, and whether it resonates with the reader’s own understanding. I don’t think that adding more detail would make the article more convincing to those who disagree with its conclusions. More useful than a larger article, I think, is follow-up discussion…

      I think the leaders of both Russia and China are fiercely protective of their national sovereignty. They see US interventionism as a threat to their sovereignty and security, and their pursuit of multi-polarism is intended to address that threat. I certainly do not believe they are ‘in line’ with the globalist agenda. I believe rather that multi-polarism will lead them to give an inch of power to the UN, and the cabal will find a way of turning that into a mile.

      During the era of capitalist growth, control over money has been the natural point of leverage for controlling economic affairs generally. The cabal gained its power because of its control over money, but its power-base is now much broader and deeper than that. They could switch to another economic system without losing hold on the reigns of power. They know that growth is no longer an appropriate economic paradigm, and that’s why they organized the Club of Rome, the environmental movement, and the global-warming scam. The handwriting is on the wall for a resource-based economy.

      I like your monetary scheme: ‘private currencies spent into circulation by trusted producers, and credit clearing networks of buyers and sellers’. For something like that to work, there needs to be real productive activity that can be generated in that way, that could not be generated by the operation of the money economy. Otherwise there’s no real economic benefit, and you’ll only get marginal participation. In other words, one needs to find a place where there is economic stagnation that could be turned into an area of economic activity, where people could actually make a living, by means of your currency scheme.

      A surefire way to get something significant going, although I don’t know how it can be done, is for a municipality to issue a currency and accept it in payment of taxes.

      In film, we distinguish between good actors and stars. A good actor portrays lots of different character types. A star always plays his own natural character, which is what people want to see, and he only needs to learn the script. In this sense, Trump is a star not an actor. His real personality comes through, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a script. His real personality is grandiose and is offensive to many, which make him perfect for playing the classic part of a flawed king who is destined for a tragic end.

      There are indeed many legitimate things to be concerned about, regarding the environment and the role of science in public policy. However when the main focus becomes a fear of climate change, and if one believes fossil emissions are the cause, then any real solution must involve the rationing of energy consumption. For rationing to work, a considerable degree of centralized economic planning must accompany it. Technocracy is the obvious solution to the problem that activists have been convinced is the most critical of problems.

  5. “In this article I’m not trying wake up those who are entranced by the matrix media. The article is intended instead for those who are awake enough to think for themselves, and who are trying to make sense of what seems to be a chaotic world. I think what such people most need is an overall perspective, and I appeal to their ability to reason and to decide for themselves if my way of connecting the dots makes sense.”

    Absolutely excellent, thoughtful, grounded, compassionate, perspective/guidance.
    Those of us who have been tearing this apart for a long time (me since 1971)
    are greatly benefitted by the emergence of authentic elders in the truth/seek community.
    As we inch closer and closer to “the edge”,
    the desperation of the cabal,
    and the media spin gets mind numbingly confusing at times.
    Hence, we need folks like you now more than ever.

    thanks for all you be and do.

    • Attractive proposals made by the technocrats serve the purpose of bait, to get you hooked, so you can be reeled in. I was hoping the article made that clear. This is the classic liberal failure, always asking for new measures to solve problems, and always getting something other than what they were hoping for. The path of good intentions…

      Besides, a world in which your sustenance comes for free is a world in which your work will be assigned to you.

  6. It seems to me the way the deep-state-controlled corporate propaganda-indoctrination press have been attacking Trump, hysterically and viciously and maliciously and lying through their evil teeth, for the last year puts the idea that Trump is some kind of knowing/willing/patsy deep state agent into considerable question. They were all obviously counting on Clinton taking up the standard of ‘leader of the free world’ and carrying on with their agenda of creating a banker-corporate-violence-dominated world, until the interloper really smashed their plans, and got them more pissed off than they have been since Kennedy threatened to ‘smash the CIA into 1000 pieces’. The scariest thing I have seen the last few months is how almost all people thinking of themselves as ‘progressive’ have shown how completely they are controlled by that same media and their ‘completely disengage brains! hate Trump forever!!!!!’ campaign, to the extent you can’t even talk to most of them, they’re completely irrational on the subject.
    I think the picture of Trump the ‘hate Trump’ media is presenting is almost completely false – he’s none of the things they accuse him of, in my opinion (might I interject here, I am a very brain-engaged, lifelong ‘social democrat leftist’, the *real* variety of ‘leftist’, not the idiotic PC caricatures presented in the same corporate press media as ‘leftist’ today, without getting into a long aside, my ‘creds’ are in my writing, should anyone be interested, most recently the Democratic Revolution Handbook ( ) – I wasn’t much interested in Trump at all until last year when he won the nomination, and suddenly the tweedledee-dum progrssion of the last 40-odd years was knocked off track, and the entire media were out there telling me how much I had to hate him and mock him – and it’s one of my ‘life rules’ developed over the last 35-odd years of trying to figure my world out that when the entire media tells me I need to do or believe something, I start poking around to see what they’re lying about now..) – anyway, Trump, it seems to me, was {prior to getting involved in politics) an American businessman, who believed in ‘the American dream’, and went out and made himself a fortune, through his own wiles, very demonstrably a ‘pretty smart guy’, and lived the life of that dream, with his mansions and golf courses and celebrity tv show and ‘trophy women’ – I don’t see him as ever showing much interest in politics until a few years back, when he started seeing the America he believed in being turned into a corporate dystopia, and decided to do the ‘good American’ thing, give something back to the country that had enabled him to chase and catch his dreams, and take on the people running and ruining America and see if he could put some of the light back into the ‘light on the hill’ dream. I don’t want to glorify him in any way, but I suspect he was/is pretty sincere in a lot of what he said – I mean, he did what we’ve all been doing for decades, challenged the American power structure, challenged their hugely expensive foreign wars, their corporate ‘trade’ treaties, the obvious corruption in high places that sees America run of, by and for the wealthy elite (yes, he is very wealthy, but he’s never been seen as part of the ‘ruling’ elite, they are different things). I suspect he might actually believe some of the things he says about international terrorism – as someone not especially interested in politics most of his life, he just trusted, more or less, the corporate press for most of his life, having (in his mind) more important things to do.
    I think his ongoing battle with the media, his continual referring to them as ‘fake news’, is kind of a clear indication he’s not ‘part of the plan’ – seriously, no president has spoken this kind of ‘truth to power’, or challenged the rulers in this way since, again, Kennedy – no wonder they hate him so much – and again, the scariest thing, one of the scariest things I’ve ever seen, really, is how so many people who really should know better, who should not be passively allowing the lies and hysteria about him to dominate their thinking, are meekly submitting to the commands of the very people we were all fighting so recently to hate the guy who beat them, the guy we really should be supporting – not mindlessly supporting everything he does, but letting him know we are happy he took down the Clinton crime cartel and successfully challenged the American deep state, and now that he’s Pres, we have some things we’d like to talk about – obviously, if we’re all running around like some mindless chicken little screaming the sky is falling Trump caused it he’s the most evil thing to happen since Hitler!!! (not you, Richard, you seem a bit calmer, but so many of the otherwise ‘progressives’) – none of that can happen.
    I guess I’ve pretty much condemned myself to heretic land here regardless of the DRH, but since I’m here, one more thought – up until a few weeks ago I used to mindlessly believe Fox was just a bunch of right wing loons (as, again, the mainstream corporate press had led me to believe, and I had never thought to challenge that deep indcotrination) – but then for whatever reason I decided to see what it was actually all about, and now, after watching some of it for a few weeks, I have to say they are the best media in American, after of course RT – the corporate press has zero percent credibility on important things, but Fox is also challenging them as ‘fake news’, and that is something that is obviously true, I have been regarding all of the corporate press as untrustworthy for many years now – and you have to have some liking for someone in the media doing the same. Sure Fox has a lot of truly rightwing loons on talking about Russian agression etc – but actually, the corporate press has the same loons on talking about the same crazy crap. So when the corporate media talks about Fox fake news, and Fox talks about the corporate media fake news – well, I know which side I am on. And really, if anyone is at all interested in what is going on and trying to make sense of it all, you need both sides of the story, and you’re not getting that from the corporate media – listen to a bit of Fox, and some people who actually support Trump, and then judge.

    • What you say makes a lot of sense, however I think you underestimate the depth of the game. With voting machines and all I believe presidential elections are rigged. They rigged this one very carefully, with Trump getting in by such a small margin, and liberals getting a majority of the popular vote. A perfect setup for orchestrated divisiveness.

      As regards Fox, and much of the right-wing media, their job is to say true things that the cabal wants liberals to disbelieve. How often do you hear the phrase ‘right-wing conspiracy theory’?

  7. Brilliant piece Richard.

    I’ll share to my politics page asap. If you get time a follow-up with some of your key references would reinforce your thesis – I consider cogent but only because I’m aware of your Escaping The Matrix thesis (and it’s excellent references) along with the work of: Prof John McMurtry, Guido Prparata, Michael Parenti, Prof Sheldon Wolin, Lance deHaven-Smith, Matthew T Witt, David Dees, Prof Michael Keefer, Prof Michel Chossudovsky, James F Tracy, Gray A. Brechin, Henry Giroux, Zoltan Grossman, Harold Pinter, Michael Hudson (Junk Economics), Norman Finkelstein, Dr Graeme MacQueen, Edward Curtin etc etc.

    I’d be particularly interested in any references you find as to the history of the Rothschilds and perhaps any relationship to old money (and since forgotten) the Fuggers (per Grey Brechin’s work).

    I’ll share and test your cogent summary out on my skeptical friends and field some feedback on what they feel is difficult to accept and then think about how those comprehension gaps might be bridged. Many in society feel that if it’s not seen on mainstream it’s not true. That is, they are unable to comprehend the corruption of the MM via hierarchical systems of discipline. Possibly something all progressives need to reflect upon as a strategy to reaching the non-critical masses.

    But well written as usual. Great effort.

    Regards, David.

    • In this article I’m not trying wake up those who are entranced by the matrix media. The article is intended instead for those who are awake enough to think for themselves, and who are trying to make sense of what seems to be a chaotic world. I think what such people most need is an overall perspective, and I appeal to their ability to reason and to decide for themselves if my way of connecting the dots makes sense. For those who are entranced by the matrix illusion there is no point in including references. Their attachment to the illusion goes deep; they find there a sense of security and comfort. Their minds reject facts that shake up their world. They wouldn’t be convinced by references any more than they would be convinced by the article.

      By the way, if you want to know more about the cabal, here are some google searches:
      the money masters
      the story of the rothschilds
      the creature from jeckyll island
      caroll quigley
      the secret origins of the first world war

  8. Great piece, Richard. Two questions: Do you retain any hope that ‘We the people’ can stop this NWO cabal? You do not not mention Zionism or the ‘Greater Israel’ project, but do you think they have any relevance to what has been/is happening?

    • Nice to hear from you Jim. I can’t think of any ways to effectively oppose the cabal. I guess our best hope is that multi-polarism becomes too strong for the cabal to undo it, but that’s a long shot. Unfortunately, most activists seem to be pursuing objectives that are aligned with the globalist agenda, ie they’ve been coopted. Better they should tend their gardens. I don’t pay much attention to the Zionist questions. Others seem to have that covered and I consider it peripheral.

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