Prior to the 2016 presidential election, there were many topics that were deemed “off limits” by academia, the media, the establishment, the “Powers That Be,” or whatever other crafty names a person can think of to describe the invisible hand that guides society. Over the last several decades, by using agents within academia, the media, and Hollywood to assist them, those very same aforementioned powers have “conditioned” the masses (without many even realizing it), on how to respond to people who ask too many questions about complex or controversial topics. The “Deep State” is one of those topics.
Later this week (the week of February 20th), I will be conducting an interview with a former NSA operative that is certain to leave many of my viewers and readers stunned, particularly the newer ones, because most Americans aren’t used to hearing stories like the ones a former NSA operative is willing to tell. Why don't they hear them? Anyone else recall what happened to Edward Snowden? So, to best prepare people for that coming interview, in the days leading up to it you can expect several videos and articles that help to lay the as much foundational information as possible about the “deep state.”
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself why the public almost immediately conjures up images of a tinfoil hat wearing hysteric every time they learn someone is to asking too many questions about a narrative being given to the public by people or agencies with long and distinguished histories of being known liars? Does that make any sense at all? Does that sound like a society that is well informed, or one that has been hoodwinked?
Many topics that were “off limits” prior to the election, are now finding their way into our national dialog, and one of them is the topic of the “deep state,” something the American people were warned about 56 years ago. On Jan.17,1961, President Dwight D. Eisenhower gave his farewell speech (or prophetic warning some would say), to the American people. We (humanity), would have been wise to listen to him.
Dwight David “Ike” Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States from 1953 until 1961. Prior to that he was a five-star general in the United States Army during World War II, and he served as Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in Europe.
To say all that another way, President Eisenhower was a realist, unlike president President Obama for example, who still resides in an ideological fantasyland where unicorns roam free. Eisenhower knew of, and warned the American people about the dangers we would one day face by what is now referred to as “the deep state.”
In the following video, Right Wing News reviews what took place within the deep state in the weeks that led up to the historic 2016 election, when an attempted nonviolent civilian coup was attempted by the Clinton Machine, but successfully put down by members within the intelligence community. Much of what is known about the attempted Clinton coup, came from Steve Pieczenik, who served as deputy assistant secretary of state under men such as Henry Kissinger and James Baker.?
The attempted Clinton coup within the deep state, and the subsequent counter coup that put it down, were only Round One of this heavyweight title bout taking place within the American intelligence community right this minute.
The purpose of the video below, this post, and the videos contained within it, is to give people a quick briefing on the topic of the deep state, before several subsequent videos and posts are released on the “deep state,” all culminating in an interview later this week on Right Wing News with a former NSA operative.