Opinion: The USA Are about to Face the Worst Crisis of their History

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Opinion: The USA Are about to Face the Worst Crisis of their History

Written by TheSaker; Originally appeared at TheUnzReview

Watching the last Presidential debate was a rather depressing experience.  I thought that Trump did pretty well, but that really is not the point here.  The point is this: no matter who wins, an acute crisis is inevitable.

Option one: Hillary wins.  That’s Obama on steroids, only worse.  Remember that Obama himself was Dubya, only worse.  Of course, Dubya was just Clinton, only worse.  Now the circle is closed.  Back to Clinton.  Except this time around, we have a women who is deeply insecure, who failed at every single thing that she every tried to do, and who now has a 3 decades long record of disasters and failures.  Even when she had no authority to start a war, she started one (told Bill to bomb the Serbs).  Now she has that authority.  And now she had to stand there, in front of millions of people, and hear Trump tell her “Putin outsmarted you at every step of the way” (did you see her frozen face when he said that?).  Trump is right, Putin did outsmart her and Obama at every step.  The problem is that now, after having a President with an inferiority complex towards Putin (Obama) we will have a President with the very same inferiority complex and a morbid determination to impose a no-fly zone over Russian forces in Syria.  Looking at Hillary, with her ugly short hair and ridiculous pants, I thought to myself “this is a woman who is trying hard to prove that she is every bit as tough and any man” – except of course that she ain’t.  Her record also shows her as being weak, cowardly and with a sense of total impunity.  And now, that evil messianic lunatic with a deep-seated inferiority complex is going to become Commander in Chief?!  God help us all!

Option two: Trump wins.  Problem: he will be completely alone.  The Neocons have a total, repeattotal, control of the Congress, the media, banking and finance, and the courts.  From Clinton to Clinton they have deeply infiltrated the Pentagon, Foggy Bottom, and the three letter agencies.  The Fed is their stronghold.  How in the world will Trump deal with these rabid “crazies in the basement“?  Consider the vicious hate campaign which all these “personalities” (from actors, to politicians to reporters) have unleashed against Trump – they have burned their bridges, they know that they will lose it all if Trump wins (and, if he proves to be an easy pushover his election will make no difference anyway).  The Neocons have nothing to lose and they will fight to the very last one.  What could Trump possibly do to get anything done if he is surrounded by Neocons and their agents of influence?  Bring in an entirely different team?  How is he going to vet them?  His first choice was to take Pence as a VP – a disaster (he is already sabotaging Trump on Syria and the elections outcome).  I *dread* the hear whom Trump will appoint as a White House Chief of Staff as I am afraid that just to appease the Neocons he will appoint some new version of the infamous Rahm Emanuel…  And should Trump prove that he has both principles and courage, the Neocons can always “Dallas” him and replace him with Pence.  Et voilà!

I see only one way out:

The (imperfect) Putin model

When Putin came to power he inherited a Kremlin every bit as corrupt and traitor-infested as the White House nowadays.  As for Russia, she was in pretty much the same sorry shape as the Independent Nazi-run Ukraine.  Russia was also run by bankers and AngloZionist puppets and most Russians led miserable lives.  The big difference is that, unlike what is happening with Trump, the Russian version of the US Neocons never saw the danger coming from Putin.  He was selected by the ruling elites as the representative of the security services to serve along a representative of the big corporate money, Medvedev.  This was a compromise solution between the only two parts of the Russian society which were still functioning, the security services and oil/gas money.  Putin looked like a petty bureaucrat in an ill fitting suit, a shy and somewhat awkward little guy who would present no threat to the powerful oligarchs of the semibankirshchina (the Seven Bankers) running Russia.  Except that he turned out to be one of the most formidable rulers in Russia history.  Here is what Putin did as soon as he came to power:

First, he re-established the credibility of the Kremlin with the armed forces and security services by rapidly and effectively crushing the Wahabi insurgency in Chechnia.  This established his personal credibility with the people he would have to rely on to deal with the oligarchs.

Second, he used the fact that everybody, every single businessman and corporation in Russia, did more or less break the law during the 1990s, if only because there really was no law.  Instead of cracking down on the likes of Berezovski or Khodorkovski for their political activities, he crushed them with (absolutely true) charges of corruption.  Crucially, he did that very publicly, sending a clear message to the other arch-enemy: the media.

Third, contrary to the hallucinations of the western human rights agencies and Russian liberals, Putin never directly suppressed any dissent, or cracked down on the media or, even less so, ordered the murder of anybody.  He did something much smarter.  Remember that modern journalists are first and foremost presstitutes, right?  By mercilessly cracking down on the oligarchs Putin deprived the presstitutes of their source of income and political support.  Some emigrated to the Ukraine, others simply resigned, and a few were left like on a reservation or a zoo on a few very clearly identifiable media outlets such as Dozhd TV, Ekho Moskvy Radio or the newspaper Kommersant.  Those who emigrated became irrelevant, as for those who stayed in the “liberal zoo” – they were harmless has they had no credibility left.  Crucially, everybody else “got the message”.  After that, all it took is the appointment a few real patriots (such as Dmitri Kiselev, Margarita Simonian and others) in key positions and everybody quickly understood that the winds of fortune had now turned.

Fourth, once the main media outlets were returned back to sanity it did not take too long for the “liberal” (in the Russian sense, meaning pro-USA) parties to enter into a death-spiral from which they have never recovered.  That, in turn, resulted in the ejection of all “liberals” form the Duma which now has only 4 parties, all of them more or less “patriotic”.

That’s the part that worked.

So far, Putin failed to eject the 5th columnists, whom I call the “Atlantic Integrationists” (for details, including their names, see here) from the government itself..  Even the notorious Alexei Kudrin was not fired by Putin, but by Medvedev.  The security services succeeded in finally getting rid of Anatolii Serdyukov but they did not have power needed to put him in jail.  I still think that a purge will happenwhile Alexander Mercouris disagrees.  Whatever may be the case, what is certain is that Putin has not tackled the 5th columnists in the banking/finance sector and that the latter have being very careful not to give him a pretext to take action against them.

Russia and the USA are very different countries, and no recipe can be simply copied from one to another.  Still, there are valuable lessons from the “Putin model” for Trump, not the least of which that his most formidable enemies probably are sitting in the Fed.  One Russian analyst – Rostislav Ishchenko – has suggested that Trump could somehow force the Fed to increase interest rates, which would result in a bankruptcy domino effect for US banks which might be the only way to finally crush the Fed and re-take control of US banking.  Maybe.  I honestly am not qualified to have an opinion about that.

What is sure is that for the time being the USA will continue to look like that:

Opinion: The USA Are about to Face the Worst Crisis of their History

A homeless man, possibly a veteran, has built a “corridor of flags” to get people to give him money. Florida, October 2016.

Rich on cheapo patriotism and otherwise poor.

Hillary thinks that this is a stunning success.  Trump thinks that this is a disgrace.  I submit that the choice between these two is really very simple.

To those who are saying that there cannot be a schism in the AngloZionist elites, I will reply that the example of the conspiracy to prevent Dominique Strauss-Kahn from becoming the next French President shows that, just like hyenas, AngloZionist leaders do sometimes turn on each other.  That happens in all regimes, regardless of their political ideology (think SS against SA in Nazi Germany or Trotskists against Stalinists in Boshevik USSR).

Of brooms and body parts

Leon Trotsky used to say the Soviet Russia needed to be cleansed from anarchists and noblemen with an “iron broom”.  He even wrote an article in the Pravda entitled “We need an iron broom”.  Another genocidal manic, Felix Derzhinskii, founder of the notorious ChK secret police, used to say that a secret police officer must have a “burning heart, a cool head and clean hands”.  One would seek weakness, or even compassion, in vain from folks like these.  These are ideology-driven “true believers”, sociopaths with no sense of empathy, profoundly evil people with a genocidal hatred of anybody standing in their way.

Hillary Clinton and her gang of Neocons are the spiritual (and sometimes even physical) successors of the Soviet Bolsheviks and they, just like their Bolshevik forefathers, will not hesitate for a second to crush their enemies.  Donald Trump – assuming he is for real and actually means what he says – has to understand that and do what Putin did: strike first and strike hard.  Stalin, by the way, also did exactly that, and for a while the Trotskists were crushed, but in the years following Stalin’s death they gradually bounced back only to seize power again in 1991.  I think that the jury is still out on whether Putin will succeed in finally removing the 5th columnist from power.  What is sure is that Russia is at least semi-free from the control of these people and that the US is their last bastion right now.  Their maniacal hatred of Trump can in part be explained by the sense of danger these folks feel, being threatened for the first time in what they see as their homeland (I don’t mean that in a patriotic sense – but rather like a parasite care for “his” host).  And maybe they have some good reason to fear.  I sure hope that they do.

I am rather encouraged by the way Trump handled the latest attempt to make him cower in fear.  Yesterday Trump dared to declare that since the election might be rigged or stolen he does not pledge to recognize their outcome.  And even though every semi-literate person knows that elections in the USA have been rigged and stolen in the past, including Presidential ones, by saying that Trump committed a major case of crimethink.  The Ziomedia pounced on him with self-righteous outrage and put immense pressure on him to retract his statement (which, by the way, contradicted Pence’s stance).  Instead of rolling over and recanting his “crime”, Trump replied with this:

Beautiful no?  Let’s hope he continues to show the same courage.

Trump is doing now what Jean-Marie Le Pen did in France: he is showing the Neocons that be that he dares to openly defy them, that he refuses to play by their rules, that their outrage has no effect on his and that they don’t get to censor or, even less so, silence him.  That is also what he did when, yet again, he refused to accuse the Russians of cyber-attacks and, instead, repeated that it would be a good thing for Russia and the USA to be friends.  Again, I am not sure that how long he will be able to hold that line, but for the time being there is no denying that he is openly defying the AngloZionist deep state and Empire.

Conclusion:

The United States are about to enter what might possibly be the deepest and most dangerous crisis of their history.  If Trump is elected, he will have to immediately launch a well-planned attack against his opponents without giving them any pretext to accuse him of politically motivated repressions.  In Russia, Putin could count on the support of the military and the security services.  I don’t know whom Trump can count on, but I am fairly confident that there are still true patriots in the US armed forces.  If Trump gets the right person to head the FBI, he might also use that agency to clean house and deliver a steady streams of indictments for corruption, conspiracy to [fill the blank], abuse of authority, obstruction of justice and dereliction of duty, etc.  Since such crimes are widespread in the current circles of power, they are also easy to prove and cracking down on corruption would get Trump a standing ovation from the American people. Next, just as Putin in Russia, Trump will have to deal with the media.  How exactly, I don’t know. But he will have to face this beast and defeat it.  At every step in this process he will have to get the proactive support of the people, just like Putin does.  Can he do it?

I don’t know.  Honestly, I doubt it.  First, I still don’t trust him.  But, more relevantly, I would argue that to overthrow the deep state and restore true people power is even harder in the USA than it was in Russia.  I have always believed that the AngloZionist Empire will have to be brought down from the outside, most probably by a combination of military and economic defeats. I still believe that. However, I might be wrong – in fact, I hope that I am – and maybe Trump will be the guy to bring down the Empire in order to save the United States. If there is such a possibility, however slim, I think that we have to believe in it and act on it as all the alternatives are far worse.

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  • Jesus

    Why does Trump have to placate the neocons? Trump can very well use any unusual circumstances, including natural disasters to assume exceptional powers supported by an inner group who will support his agenda. What will the neocons do then? Are they going to try to fight against him…or go, back to Israel?

    • Robert Strauss

      Just simply expose their transgression and fire them. The truth will set you free

      • Jesus

        Easier said than done, neocons have their agenda, and their agenda is not going to work, because it is an ungodly agenda, and they will reap subsequent consequences.

        • Don’t worry, Trump shall never win. He was given the GOP nomination to give a Clinton win plausibility. Even if he can’t stick his foot far enough into his mouth to lose, electronic voting shall insure that the “correct” candidate wins without the hassle or potential embarrassment of a recount.

          • XRGRSF

            You, Sir, are correct.

          • Robert Ferrin

            I’m afraid your right Trump was nothing but a dark horse to make sure Clinton won.!!!

          • Jesus

            We shall see.

  • Jesus

    If Trump gets elected as president, the future of the neocons looks dim. If Trump was to forcefully remove Yellen as Fed chief, and appoint a non Jew, and increase interest rates by 3-4 percent immediately, or maybe more, the stock market and the banks would have a Black Friday. Why? Because like a drug addict, banks got addicted to easy money, doing what is easy and most profitable to them.
    Banks can borrow money (presently) at a .25 percent …..almost for nothing, and instead of making loans to businesses of all kinds and investing in the infrastructure of the US economy, they take the money and invest it in stocks, bonds, all form of derivatives etc.
    Instead of pumping the money into the US economy, to benefit economic growth, they pump it into the stock market, inflating prices and benefitting the 1%. This has been happening for the last 8 years, when the Fed started their QE (quantitative easing), pumping money into the system to benefit the economy. By keeping the interest rates to very low levels people with money cannot earn interest, therefore they are forced or invest the money into the stock market.
    Raising interest rates 3-4 percent would crash the stock market and the banks dependence on easy money, reducing their profits significantly, and if they are idiotically exposed, they could go bankrupt. The country would go into a recession, since paper wealth is diminished in a short period of time, and the Treasury would have to pay significantly higher portion of the budget to finance its existing debt (20 trillion); Currently the T bills 5-10 year maturity pay between 1-1.5%,
    the Treasury having to pay between 200-300 billion in interest payments. (the numbers are approximate). If interest rates rise 3-4% you would need almost a trillion dollars to service the current debt.

    • Robert Strauss

      Rationalizing interest rates and bank reserve requirements could then be offset by interest free Treasury notes. This could be the first step toward weaning the U.S. from the Fed.

      • Jesus

        The Fed can be used to humble these ” too big to fail banks”, break them up and limit their exposure to the stock market.

    • JPH

      Please note the extraordinary privilege which allow banks to create money out of this air. The fractional banking ideology is at the core of the unending boom-bust cycle. Breaking banking’s power requires ending that privilege.
      https://eng.forsaetisraduneyti.is/news-and-articles/reform-of-the-monetary-system

    • Jesus

      To give you an example how the Fed is enriching the .2-1% of the privileged groups making the NWO, at the expense of the well being of the country…..let’s say Goldman Sachs and other banks alike, go to the Fed ….and say they each borrow 100 billion ( The Fed made available to the banks several trillion dollars available, produced out of thin air). Goldman Sachs and the other banks can lend this money to businesses and other upstarts that could create decent jobs and improve the economic growth from 1% to maybe 3.5-4%. In order for them to do such, they have to work, qualifying their prospective customers, analyzing risk, and becoming accustomed with the business of their clients. They do not want to do anything of the sort. They are interested in making money the easiest way, they borrow 100 billion from the Fed at .25% interest, with the click of a button on the computer they can take that money and roll it into Treasury bills ( buying government debt) that pays 1.5-1.75% interest. Doing nothing they can earn 1.25-1.5 % interest, amounting to 1.25-1.5 billion dollars.
      If they borrow a trillion dollar, the profits would be between 11.25-15 billion dollars, however, the greedy banks are not content with 1.25-1.5% return, they speculate in commodities, stocks, keeping the stock market on an upward trend, derivatives.
      They use the money they borrow from the Fed for their personal enrichment at the expense of the well being of the country.
      The QE ( quantitative ease) was to prime up the economic system with an infusion of money, trillions of dollars, to overcome the consequences of the financial debacle of 2008. Most of the money allocated for QE never left the banks, subsequently the economic growth rate stagnated and the present day economic conditions are not much different than the economic conditions of the 30’s as the world was limping along after a devastating depression.
      The Fed was content to have a closed circuit of the money created out of thin air, money goes to the banks, the banks can buy government debt, and encourage the stock market to rise higher, benefiting companies and their shareholders on the basis of higher valuation. These higher prices are not based on solid company growth and profits; the Fed made sure the money does not leave this closed circuit, ending up in the hands of the populous, with higher wages, better jobs, which would cause a significant level of inflation, whereby the Fed would have to move quickly to raise rates to suppress credit and other financial expansions.
      Raising interest rates would kill the “golden calf of very low interest rates”, bringing reality to the financial scheme whereby the Fed’s actions of creating trillions of dollars out of thin air would have severe consequences. It is called severe inflation or possibly hyperinflation.

  • Doom Sternz

    So why didn’t Obama attack Syria in 2013. And why did Russia give Obama a face saving narative to allow him to continue as President of the United States of Atrocities……………….

    The two largest ships of the Russian Navy, the battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy and the aircraft carrier ‘Admiral Kuznetsov’ are now in the English Channel, steaming toward the eastern Mediterranean. Their mission is to establish a 1,500 km naval exclusion zone outside the coast of Syria and to sink any US carrier strike group willing to challenge them. This is to stop the planned American attack on Syria and to prevent the US Navy from launching airstrikes or Tomahawk cruise missiles at the Syrian Arab Army or the Russian forces in Syria. This is a repetition of the situation in August 2013, this time though with an even larger Russian naval presence.

    In 2013 there was a high-noon stand-off near the Levantine shore, with five US destroyers pointing their Tomahawks towards Damascus and facing them – the Russian flotilla of eleven ships led by the carrier-killer Missile Cruiser Moskva and supported by Chinese warships. Obama wisely decided not to start WW III and the narrative of the removal of chemical weapons was concocted to save the reputation of Obama.

    • gull42Slovakia

      America
      fired two missiles at Syria over the Mediterranean in 2013. They were spotted
      by Russia, and one missile was intercepted and destroyed, and the other
      was hacked into and diverted into the sea.

      Russian diplomacy was quick to report the action of its military
      to the Americans in an attempt to keep this story hush hush, to prevent
      further escalation, and to avoid needless embarrassment.

      As
      an outcome, Russia brokered the Syrian chemical weapons disposal deal
      as a face-saver for America, so that America did not seem like it backed
      down about bombing Syria. _…_ http://thesaker.is/war-on-syria-not-quite-according-to…/

    • gull42Slovakia
    • Jesus

      US is not going to send any carrier battle groups in the Meditaranean in view of the Russian build up on land and sea. I think the Russians are going to use their carrier to season their pilots flying the Suk 34 and Mig 29. The only presence US might have in the Mediterranean is a couple of submarines.

  • matias59

    Legacy of Trump will be the rise of populist uprise of “peasants”. Don’t forget that Goldwater was the man whose 1964 campaign changed political map. Democrats lost little bit later all southern states and now they are just party of Cultural Marxists and mauled minorities. They don’t have even Cosa Nostra.

  • matias59

    I still trust the forecast of Johan Galtung. US absolute global hegemony will end in late 2020’s. Just like Soviet Union lost WW2 in 1991, US will lost Cold War in 2020’s. The future is for those who are trusted and respected friends of China. And Chinese have long and sharp memory.

    • Alexandra

      And the civil war will start right after Killery will be “elected”. Didn’t Trump say that he will not recognise the election results because they are rigged? He has the popular vote, she doesn’t, he’s got the “deplorables” who are many and she’s got the 1%ers who are a lot fewer. Don’t expect a smooth transition!

      I don’t think that the world is heading for a global war but for many civil wars. Civil wars to get rid of the shackles imposed by the Hegemon. The Neocons want war with Russia but it’s not catching with the people because they do not have any real reasons to be hostile towards Russia, but you can be sure that the populations are not happy with their own governments (I’m not calling them their representative governments because they have long ceased to be representative of their populations). These countries where the governments are not as stable as they might believe will implode, including the US (Texas already saying that they will leave the union if Killery gets elected, Alaska and Hawaii making noise also about autonomy, and how many will follow?)

      These civil wars will be long and I agree with you that it will take long before they stop and we will have a very different world in the end. China, Russia, Iran and a few other countries that are not under the Hegemon’s control will be spared of these internal conflicts. Interesting times.

  • Ronald

    Good history lesson , even if its built on the hope of Trump winning .

  • brutus

    Its more simpel usa = united states of Aholes and lmfao they are now in so big problems but its simpel big empires come and go they never stay long

  • 888mladen .

    This is what sure word of prophecy says about destiny of US.
    The rise of the US as a proxy power of the dragon better known as old serpent in 1776

    And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon. And he exercises all the power of the first beast before him, and causes the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.

    In 1789 only 13 years later Georgetown university the first Jesuit university in US was founded (Jesuit order the most powerful and influential order within the first beast).

    In other words Trump will not win because the old serpent who controls US and the first beast will not let it happen. And that’s why it says that US “spake as a dragon”. And that’s why the radical Islamist and US go hand in glove They have a common mind.

    This is Bill talking about Hilary’s communication with the old serpent morphing deceased Eleanor Roosevelt. That’s the way how she receives instructions from the serpent.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRav-34ufcE

    US final destiny in prophecy:

    And the beast (first beast) was taken, and with him the false prophet (second beast) that wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that worshiped his image. These both were cast alive into a lake of fire burning with brimstone.

    This is not for the fainthearted and those who are totally blind to spiritual reality. Don;t waist your and my time posting funny comments. If you don’t have a clue stay away.