Saturday, 15 October 2016


Trump says:

"This election will determine whether or not we have only the illusion of democracy...

"They've betrayed our workers, they've betrayed our borders and, most of all, they've betrayed our freedoms.

Hitler said:

"Our democracy is a deception.

"Bit by bit the Stock Exchange has come to control the whole national economy.

"We find an unchecked plundering of the masses of the people...

"It means the utter destruction not only of economic life, but of the people." 

In the following speech, note that Donald does not once tell the truth about:

The CIA/Mossad link to 9 11 and other false flag operations

The CIA links to child abuse rings

The CIA links to mind control.


Is Trump an outsider?

Donald Trump has former CIA Chief Woolsey as an adviser.

Trump supporter Michael Ledeen, who was involved in Iran-Contra. Michael Ledeen, Gladio and 9 11.

Both Trump and Clinton have wealthy and powerful backers.

Charles Koch likened voting for either candidate to choosing between 'cancer or a heart attack.'

However, Trump is supported by a number of billionaires, including:

1. Peter Thiel, the  cofounder of PayPal, is a top supporter of Donald Trump.

Thiel is listed as a member of the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Group.[70] 

He participated in every conference between 2007 and 2016.

Thiel grew up in an evangelical Christian household. 

In 2007, Gawker published an article on Thiel, outing him as gay.[61]

2. Sheldon Adelson, of the Las Vegas Sands Casino is backing Trump.

Billionaires Supporting Donald Trump for President

3. Woody Johnson, heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, is backing Trump.

4. Carl Icahn, the activist investor, is backing Trump.

5. Tom Barrack, the billionaire private equity veteran, is supporting Trump.

6. Stephen Feinberg, of private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management, is supporting Trump.

7. Steven Mnuchin, the hedge fund manager, serves as Trump’s chief fundraiser and as head of his national finance committee.

8. Robert Mercer, the hedge fund manager, is supporting Trump.

9. T. Boone Pickens, the Texas oil baron, is supporting Trump.

10. Stanley Hubbard, the media mogul, is supporting Trump.

11. Darwin Deason, the tech entrepreneur, is supporting Trump.

12. Wilbur Ross, chairman and CEO of WL Ross & Co., is supporting Trump.

13. Andrew Beal, of Beal Bank, is supporting Trump.

14. John Paulson, who made his fortune betting against the housing market before its collapse, is supporting Trump.

Billionaires Supporting Donald Trump for President

Some very powerful people are supporting Trump, including:

Michael Ledeen
, who was involved in the Iran–Contra affair, and reportedly in Operation Gladio .[17] Michael Ledeen, Gladio and 9 11.

Rudolph Giuliani - mayor of New York on 9-11.

John Ashcroft, 79th United States Attorney General (2001–05)[1] Attorney General on 9-11.

John R. Bolton, 25th United States Ambassador to the United Nations (2005–06)[3]

Dick Cheney, 46th Vice President of the United States (2001–09) and 17th United States Secretary of Defense (1989–93)[4]

Edwin Meese, 75th United States Attorney General (1985–88)[5]

Dan Quayle, 44th Vice President of the United States (1989–93)[7]

Donald Rumsfeld, 13th and 21st United States Secretary of Defense (1975–77, 2001–06)[8]

Jerry Falwell Jr. has been one of Trump’s staunchest backers.

Trump's supporters in the military include:

William G. Boykin, ret. 3-star General, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (2002–07)[10] He helped advise Attorney General Janet Reno regarding the stand-off at Waco, Texas, between the Federal Government and the Branch Davidians.[1] He was the commanding general, United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, Fort Bragg.

Michael T. Flynn,[a] ret. 3-star General, Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (2012–14) [11]

Jeffrey D. Gordon,[a] Pentagon spokesman (2005–09)[12]

Joseph E. Schmitz,[a] Inspector General (2002–05)[13]


Richard Secord, Major General[226] He was involved in the Iran-Contra affair.

William E. Thurman,Lieutenant General[10]

Jay Garner, Lieutenant General[224]

Bert Mizusawa, Major General, Deputy Director for Strategic Initiatives, Joint Chiefs of Staff[229]

Crosbie E. Saint, General, Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Europe/Commander, Central Army Group (1988–92)[10]

Sidney Shachnow, Major General, a Holocaust survivor[10]

Paul E. Vallely, Major General, 351st Civil Affairs Commander (1982–86), Deputy Commanding General, Pacific Command, Military Committee Chairman for the Center for Security Policy[232].

Vallely is a supporter of the Jerusalem Summit organization and an advocate of the organization's proposal to "relocate"/"resettle" Palestine and the Palestinian people to surrounding Arab countries as a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Vallely co-authored a 1980 paper with then PSYOP analyst Michael Aquino entitled From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory. 

Vallely blasted allegations of detainee abuse at Guantanamo as "myths of the left-wing press".

Jerome L. Johnson, Admiral, Vice Chief of Naval Operations (1990–92)[236]

Jerry L. Unruh, Vice Admiral, Commander of the Third Fleet (1992–94)[10]

News Corpse.

Trump has had a lot of supporters in the media world, including:

Rupert Murdoch who decided to back Donald Trump.

Murdoch - owner of The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and the New York Post - suggested in March that the Republican Party coalesce around Trump.

Roger Ailes, former Chairman and CEO of Fox News Channel, media consultant to presidential campaigns of Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush[419]

Conrad Black, Canadian-born British former newspaper publisher, convicted fraudster, author and member of the House of Lords [381]

Eric Bolling, commentator, co-host of The Five and Cashin' In on Fox News[382]

Ann Coulter,[a] political commentator and writer[384]

Bo Dietl, Fox News commentator[387]

Lou Dobbs,[a] television personality, author, radio host and host of Lou Dobbs Tonight on Fox Business[389]

Pamela Geller

Pamela Geller, political activist and commentator[393]

Katie Hopkins, newspaper columnist and TV personality[395]

David Horowitz, conservative writer, founder and president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and editor of FrontPage Magazine[16]

Paul Johnson, journalist, historian, speechwriter and author[396]

Andrew Klavan, novelist, screenwriter and columnist for The Daily Wire[399]

Lawrence Kudlow, conservative commentator, economic analyst, television personality, newspaper columnist and host of the The Kudlow Report.[17]

Michael Ledeen, foreign policy analyst, and writer.[17]

David Limbaugh, conservative American political commentator and author[400]

Michelle Malkin, blogger, political commentator, and author[401]

Piers Morgan, journalist and television personality, writer for the Daily Mail[405]

Melanie Phillips, newspaper opinion columnist[406]

Norman Podhoretz, neoconservative pundit, former adviser to the U.S. Information Agency (1981–87), and writer for Commentary[407]

Michael Scheuer,[a] former CIA intelligence officer, blogger, author, political analyst, and former Chief of the Bin Laden Issue Station[408]

Cal Thomas, conservative syndicated columnist, pundit, author and radio commentator[414]

Andrew Breitbart (left) Larry Solov (right of Breitbart) and Netanyahu. Andrew Breitbart died in mysterious circumstances at the age of 43. Solov now runs 'Breitbart News' as a pro-Netanyahu website.

Netanyahu 'controls Trump and Breitbart'.

The Ties That Now Bind Trump to Netanyahu and Breitbart.

In 2015, Breitbart News opened its bureau in Jerusalem.

Breitbart's President and CEO Larry Solov has written that Breitbart's transformation into a media empire began in Israel in 2015.

In 2015, Breitbart News opened its bureau in Jerusalem. 

Larry Solov's visit to Israel was financed by pro-Israeli hasbara (Israeli propaganda) groups. 

Breitbart News was "founded by Jews, is largely staffed by Jews, and has an entire section dedicated to reporting on and defending the Jewish state of Israel," Breitbart's Jewish CEO Larry Solov announced.

Stephen Bannon, Breitbart executive chairman, is the new Chief Executive of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. [2] He holds a master's degree in National Security Studies from Georgetown University, which has been linked to the CIA. Bannon is a former a Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations.[9] After his military service, Bannon worked at Goldman SachsBannon became an executive producer in Hollywood. 

Donald Trump hired Breitbart News's executive chairman Steve Bannon as his new campaign manager.


  1. George Soros partner from World Bank & United Nations, heads company operating tens of thousands of USA computerised (i.e., hackable & manipulable) vote-counting machines, many in key US states

    From Russ Winter:

    "George Soros sidekick [& UK Lord] Mark Malloch-Brown is the chairman of Smartmatic, an electronic voting machine conglomerate that provides technology & support services to the electoral commissions of 307 counties in 16 U.S. states. Smartmatic holds the largest election automation contract in U.S. history ... The company website states that it has configured 392,000 electoral devices across America & 'deployed' 57,000 vote-counting machines.

    "British Lord Mark Malloch­-Brown has a long globalist resume. He is vice-chairman of Soros’ investment funds & Open Society Foundations philanthropy. He was formerly vice president of World Bank, & has served as vice chairman of the World Economic Forum & as deputy secretary general & chief of staff of the U.N. under Kofi Annan.

    "The list of Smartmatic's clients is jaw dropping as it includes a big majority of toss-up states in the U.S. presidential election.

    "Smartmatic is already accused of voter fraud in Mexico, the Philippines & Brazil."

  2. I've gone right off this website.
    I must have been reading it for 10 years now.

  3. It's interesting to note that while Rupert Murdoch has publicly declared his support for Trump, his papers ridicule him mercilessly. We know he is exceptionally close to the Clinton's (and Blairs) despite the Fox News charade, but then so too is the Donald. Murdoch usually looks to back the winning parties in the countries he operates in, and then tries to leverage that support for economic and political gain. So is he hedging his bets? And what of his paymasters in Tel Aviv? After years of hacking for Mossad and his stauch support for Benjamin Nutty-yahoo, we can only assume Murdoch, Clinton and Trump are all playing for the same team - Team Kosher Nostra.
    - Chris B