Obama Admin and Allies In State Dept. Intentionally Undermine Structural “Trump Peace Alliance” With Leak To Reuters of Secret 2016 Meeting….

When we shared the last research outline of what is being assembled by a quiet coalition of President Trump (U.S.A), Prime Minister Netanyahu (Israel), President Fattah Abdel el-Sisi (Egypt), King Abdullah III (Jordan), King Salman (Saudi Arabia), President Mahmoud Abbas (PA) – and less visibly President Vladimir Putin (Russia) and President Bashar Assad (Syria) – we warned that a consortium of globalist elements would seek to undermine the extraordinary possibilities.

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Evidence of that undermining effort surfaces today as leaks to Reuters of a secret summit that took place in 2016 between Israel, Jordan, Egypt and the insufferable John Kerry.

While the article doesn’t name the sources, anyone who has followed recent events closely will quickly identify the fingerprints of U.S. State Department officials (7th floor globalists, leftists) who have been shut-out, fired or long-armed from the changing more nationalist policy constructs of the Trump administration, which have a very good likelihood of success.

Again, if you’ve followed the internal dynamics of the players, and their ideological intentions over time, you can see a clear motive to undermine King Abdullah (Jordan), al-Sisi (Egypt), Netanyahu (Israel) and President Trump – by stirring up domestic oppositional extremists (ie. The Muslim Brotherhood) within each nation.

(Reuters) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met secretly a year ago with the leaders of Egypt and Jordan in a failed attempt by the Obama administration to convene a wider regional summit on Israeli-Palestinian peace, Israel’s Haaretz daily said on Sunday.

The first paragraph of the article seeks to create a false foundation that President Obama was framing a mutually beneficial peace alliance.  Anyone who has followed actual U.S. stated foreign policy under the Obama administration knows this is factually false.

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Cont.. […]  Citing unidentified senior officials in former U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration, Haaretz said Netanyahu, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Jordan’s King Abdullah and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry convened on Feb. 21, 2016 in the Jordanian Red Sea resort of Aqaba.

But the initiative to involve other Arab states in the pursuit of peace with the Palestinians ultimately fizzled out, the newspaper said, after Netanyahu withdrew his initial support, pointing to opposition within his right-wing government.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas did not attend the Aqaba meeting but was updated by Kerry, Haaretz said.  (more)

The timing of the “leaked expose'” appears to structured to catch the majority of participants off-guard and expose them to questioning at the Munich Security Conference.  The remainder of the article goes on to outline their tenuous diplomatic responses to the questioning.

Go figure.

Political followers should be keenly aware of this Obama led scheme/effort to undermine any Trump foreign policy – because it’s not only transparent in motive, but if successful the global-leftist efforts can create severe crisis and trouble.

So what is it they fear?

Here’s where understanding the current confluence of events is critical.

What they fear is President Trump’s success:

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We are living in a time of remarkable possibilities.

The reality of President Obama’s expressed foreign policy of regime change -regardless of cost or consequence- has left millions of Mid-East communities in peril; far worse off today than they were nine years ago.

The Egyptian people, in no way a populist entity favorable to Israel, suffered through two years of brutal dictatorship from the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohammed Morsi.  Their very survival only due to a successful return of cultural and economic stability at the hands of General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

The Syrian people, again holding no favorable disposition toward Israel writ large, only just now coming out of the shadows of a horrific five-year civil war and seeing sunlight for the first time in half a decade.  Breathing room.

The Libyan people, caught amid an ongoing crisis of regional and tribal strife suffering through ongoing extremist violence that has taken them into the depths of economic and social chaos.  And before the fighting is even over, Europe is outlining demands of the North African gates.

The Saudi Arabian people, caught amid embedded proxy extremists in their midst and simultaneously trying to keep out those who are engaged in extremist violence in Yemen; like Libya, Yemen is a vulnerable failed state.

The Jordanian people, again a tenuous and precarious Muslim nation, who has watched the most barbaric and horrific consequences from extremist violence in their lifetimes.

At no moment in history has the choking consequence of a decade-long ideological war left a larger population of people so exhausted than at this very moment.

Think of the nationalist possibility:  ♦ Fattah al-Sisi (Egypt), ♦ King Abdullah III (Jordan), ♦ Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel), ♦ Mahmoud Abbas (Palestinian Authority), ♦ King Salman (Saudi Arabia), and ♦ U.S. President Donald Trump have a remarkable canvas.

Egypt’s al-Sisi has already secured the Sinai border region.  Under-reported in Western media, during the fall/winter of 2014 and spring/summer of 2015 al-Sisi removed every Hamas tunnel and relocated thousands of homes to create a miles-wide buffer zone no longer useful by terrorists.

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Netanyahu-and-General-el-Sisi-of-Egypt-333-x-248The scope of what Egypt did to secure the Southern and Eastern border of Israel/Gaza is quite remarkable, and they have paid a high price battling extremists every inch of the way.

Simultaneously, as his Egyptian forces were removing the most significant security threat, al-Sisi brokered a peace deal between Abbas and Netanyahu and forced the Palestinian Authority to speak with one voice.   That’s why Egypt was so furious when John Kerry insisted on poking his nose into the agreement.

After the peace deal, and after he constructed the border security zone, Fattah al-Sisi then set up the construct for a Joint Arab Intervention Force.

Three weeks ago, President Trump spoke to Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and gained his ideological and financial support for building a safe zone for Syrian’s as they rebuild.

Two weeks ago, President Trump spoke to Egypt’s Fattah al-Sisi about their efforts.

Last week King Abdullah III of Jordan traveled to Washington to meet with Vice-President Mike Pence and discuss aide and assistance for regional security.   In November King Abdullah spoke to President-elect Trump

Last Week, Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington DC meeting with President Trump for talks on regional security.

Next Month, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is coming to Washington for a state visit.

[…]  Informed sources said that the presidency is currently coordinating with the US to arrange a visit next month. The sources referred to the visit as the first official one for an Egyptian president to Washington since 2009, as the last visit since then was paid by former President Hosni Mubarak.

Meanwhile, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu will leave Washington next Monday going back to Tel Aviv. Israeli TV reported on Sunday that Netanyahu is planning to form the ‘Israeli-Saudi-Egyptian’ axis.  (read more)

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On January 19th 2015, three days before Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz died from a lung infection, Egypt’s President Fattah al-Sisi was urgently summoned to met with him.

It was only a few weeks earlier (New Years Day 2015) when al-Sisi delivered an impassioned speech to a scholarly audience in Al-Azhar University in Cairo comprised of Islam’s most important religious leaders.

As the most notable and visible reformer (<- important link) President Fattah al-Sisi made the case for “a religious revolution in Islam that would displace violent jihad from the center of Muslim discourse“:

“The corpus of texts and ideas that we have made sacred over the years, to the point that departing from them has become almost impossible, is antagonizing the entire world. You cannot feel it if you remain trapped within this mindset. You must step outside yourselves and reflect on it from a more enlightened perspective.” –LINK

el-sisi in SaudiPresident al-Sisi’s visit to Saudi Arabia to visit with King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz was a meeting specifically requested by an aging 90-year-old Saudi King to recognize Sisi for his courage and leadership.

King Abdulaziz was intent on honoring his friend.

Saudi Arabia had been coping with the same internal conflict as all other Muslim nations who were caught between the internal struggle.

President Sisi left Saudi Arabia with the full support of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, and upon his death a few days later the new Saudi King Salman; who  honored Sisi in a similar fashion as did his brother.

With the support of Saudi Arabia, the demands of al-Sisi to remove the extremism of the Muslim Brotherhood gained traction. The Gulf States finally, and collectively, pressured Qatar to stop aiding/financing extremism.

Under pressure Qatar conceded and expelled The Brotherhood along with the five leading voices of leadership within the Muslim Brotherhood. Recep Erdogan gave them refuge in Turkey.

This was the origin of the turning tide, when the Reform Agents began to stabilize and reassert their politics and internal domestic economies – the underlying wedge issue used by The Brotherhood to stir turmoil.

Unstable Yemen is to Saudi Arabia -> as unstable Libya is to Egypt -> as unstable Syria is to Jordan… and so it goes.

Each unstable nation being stirred by the extremist voices of various agents operating under the umbrella of the destabilizing politics expressed by The Muslim Brotherhood.

Remove the destabilizing agents and the Reformers believe they will be able to stop the extremists. This is the longer-term objective of those within the fight inside political Islam.

Now look again at the nations of Trump’s visa restrictions and you’ll note the presence of the destabilizing agents: Libya, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Iran [and Sudan, Somalia].

This is the necessary backdrop to understand events as they unfold and relate to President Donald Trump and his own foreign policy objectives and engagements.

It is not accidental that newly appointed CIA Director Mike Pompeo traveled to meet with Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Muhammad bin Nayef, after a phone call between Saudi King Salman and President Trump took place.

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Director Pompeo’s visit was to recognize the efforts of Saudi Arabia in the larger fight against Islamic extremism/terrorism.  However, based on internal consumption, Pompeo could not be seen publicly in this regard with King Salman himself.  The visible face of Saudi Reform is the crown prince.

  • Jan 20th – President Trump takes office.
  • Jan 26th – President Trump has a phone call with King Salman
  • Jan 26th – On the same day, State Dept. Nominee Rex Tillerson visits State Dept. HQ and the media report on the resignation of many existing State Department personnel.
  • Feb 1st – Secretary Rex Tillerson is confirmed by the Senate.
  • Feb 2nd – The three Muslim Awan brothers are terminated amid accusations they accessed congressional intelligence committee computers without permission.
  • Feb 8th – FOX reports administration considering labeling The Muslim Brotherhood as an official terrorist organization.
  • Feb 11th – CIA Director Pompeo travels to Saudi Arabia to deliver thanks.

By all appearances it seems the Trump administration was given a head’s up of sorts as to specific [Muslim Brotherhood] agents within the U.S. State Department. And also with key Democrat staffers, in highly sensitive intelligence positions, amid Congress.

Additionally:

To wit, Egyptian media announce that Fattah el-Sisi will be traveling to Washington DC to meet with President Trump:

[…]  Informed sources said that the presidency is currently coordinating with the US to arrange a visit next month. The sources referred to the visit as the first official one for an Egyptian president to Washington since 2009, as the last visit since then was paid by former President Hosni Mubarak.

Meanwhile, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu will leave Washington next Monday going back to Tel Aviv. Israeli TV reported on Sunday that Netanyahu is planning to form the ‘Israeli-Saudi-Egyptian’ axis.  (read more)

dawn-of-the-muslim-brotherhoodIt is ironic, but not coincidental, that no official Egyptian delegation has visited the United States since President Obama traveled to Cairo and intentionally started “The Islamist Spring” which led to the uprising of the Muslim Brotherhood extremism in Egypt.

Irony, because now the Trump administration is facing the internal extremist purging of the Muslim Brotherhood embeds remaining within the U.S. government leftover from President Obama’s aftermath…. and now, President Fattah el-Sisi, the destroyer of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt comes to officially visit President Trump in Washington.

I hope everyone can clearly see what’s going on in the bigger picture.

After eight years of Obama’s intense political embedding of extremist sympathy in every aspect of his foreign policy, governance, and influence of culture – President Trump is now tasked with removing it, all of it; and finding allies amid those who have already mounted the same effort.

These leaks to Reuters today by President Obama’s former administration officials, is an effort to undermine the alliance of allies that is favorable to President Trump’s change in direction.

Eyes Wide Open…..

…Because the freedom alliance will have many voices who are indirect opposition to their efforts: the Obama administration, the left-overs in the Dept. of State, those who benefit from Deep State, those who support the Muslim Brotherhood, those who oil the machinery of war (McCain, Graham, etc), and those who sell the messaging of all the aforementioned – will each work exhaustively to undermine the peace-makers.

“The Freedom Alliance”

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282 Responses to Obama Admin and Allies In State Dept. Intentionally Undermine Structural “Trump Peace Alliance” With Leak To Reuters of Secret 2016 Meeting….

  1. jdvalk says:

    And this is why voting against the continuation of Jarrett’s successor Huma was higher on America’s priority list than so many of the issues that the usual suspects told us to care about.

    (There, that’s better.)

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  2. mopar2016 says:

    Meanwhile obama runs his OFA anarchy.
    But even some powerful dems are opposed to obama these days.
    His deep state shadow government nonsense won’t work.
    This clown needs to go away.
    I wish that he’d get hit by a bus, I could use a few laughs.

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  3. Gil says:

    We are going to see people leaving govt jobs in droves as investigations begin. Thise that peddle influence at the highest and or most corrupt levels are like leeches and i think will be most difficult to remove and possibly prosecute. We need to get some if them to start spilling it or face jail time, not suspension. This isnt grade school.
    Highway robbery used to entain the phrase, “Your money or your life!”
    The globalists/anarchists/uniparty says to me “your money AND your life!”
    No more. No more. No more. I want it ALL back in time to see my son live it, love it and enjoy it…

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    • boogywstew says:

      That last paragraph from “Gil” belongs in bronze somewhere. I’d be proud to say those words out loud, let alone compose them. Very inspiring!

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      • Gil says:

        I apologize for my swipe spellchecker. I havent had everything in life I have ever wanted but I have been afforded 2 things more than most-comfort and security, in measured quantities. Was it Washington that said we have a sacred duty to each other? I can give up my comfort for salvation, but never until my dying breath will I willingly hand over my security, that is my ability TO SAVE MYSELF and help protect others. I have faith in us and great hope for the future. It is a fair trade after all- this angst and discomfort now for the big beautiful restored Republic!

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    • Obama’s Deep State and Embeds deserve Guantanamo.

      Trump should launch an expansion.

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    • dbobway says:

      Do we need to set up a federal Gov’t employee refugee encampment in California somewhere.

      The could make MAGA hats and Tofu soup lines.

      Make them feel like socialists.

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      • Rebel Mope says:

        It makes me wonder if “Deep State” is the natural progression of ‘institutional memory’. Lois Lerner, for example, was so embedded into the government that after she was caught slow walking TEA Party paperwork at the IRS she took a pension and just walked away. People have perjured themselves before Congress and nothing happens. This can only happen with strings being pulled, the kind of strings only a person with deep knowledge of the system could employ. It’s the “Good ol’ boys” on steroids.
        I look at it this way: when a court wants to make a decision they first decide what the outcome should be then send a clerk to look up citations that reinforce that goal. Then the rule citing the cherrypicked rulings. The outcome a foregone conclusion. The ‘Deep State’ works in a similar fashion. This could mean a contract goes to whomever they want by planting in the bid a requirement only one bidder can provide, or slow walking an application.
        This is a war between the private sector and the public sector. The private sector can live without the public sector, but not visa versa. The public sector cannot continuously raise taxes (lower private sector valuation) without risking complete loss of the golden goose.

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        • dbobway says:

          The Golden Goose.

          You sir have stated the perfect metaphor for the United States middle class.

          The elite of the private sector lost sight of feeding the golden goose for decades.

          This is the crux of Trump’s plan for the economy.

          I pray he can over come this unAmerican war against human life.

          A healthy goose will raise all boats.

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          • Rebel Mope says:

            Huh? Do you need a doctor?

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            • John says:

              No need to be disrespectful. I think he means that the bad trade deals and the immigration policy of the past few decades, which benefited a small number of elites to the detriment of everyone else, have shrunk and enfeebled the middle class and Trump plans to remedy that.

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            • dbobway says:

              I was in a hurry. Had to go to work.

              Sorry I agitated you with my writing skills.

              I guess you would have to get down to my level, to understand what I was trying to say.

              How would a doctor help my lack of skills for you to understand what I said?

              Is there such a doctor?

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      • Somewhere in Dixie says:

        Dbob, California already looks like a refugee encampment.

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  4. ALEX says:

    The last straw was the Iran deal. These nations really have no choice at this point. The Arab Spring fantasy fits right in with the Muslim refugee situation in Europe..Its pure ideological nonsense that has real consequences…

    I hope it works out. I give this in some form a much better chance then a Israeli and Palestinian peace deal at this point…

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    • Nordic Breed says:

      It may well be that this alliance, if successful, will be a factor in an Israeli/Palestinian peace deal in the future. Who knows? We must pray for peace in the Middle East and the complete destruction of the warmongering globalists here and abroad. God is of life and peace. Satan is of death and chaos. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see who in our government and elsewhere is on which side.

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  5. ZurichMike says:

    Superb analysis as always.

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  6. Millwright says:

    This recalls a conversation I had with a friend back in May of ’16. He argued for the “most electable GOP candidate” while I supported Trump . My friend argued Trump wouldn’t be able to form a government, nor effectively govern. It seems the jury’s still out on his prognostications, but I grow more confident every day ! Few of us anticipated the depth and breadth ( not to mention the population and varied species ) extant in the federal swamp. ( I’m anticipating an EPA ” Emergency Rule” declaring them a “Protected Species” any day now ) But I’m encouraged by Sec. State Tillerson’s 7th floor housekeeping !

    But the “Trump Train” needs more than one engine ! It needs a conga line of them ! Never were the words, ” ….now is the time of all good men to come to the aid of their party… ” ever more cogent ! A populist government – and President- needs populist activism; not only on the desks of the “535 Elites” but in the state’s legislatures, and municipal governments as well !

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    • PNWLifer says:

      “Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country.” Is what I’m sure you meant.

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    • El Torito says:

      Yes, when Bill Bennett had his morning radio show, he argued against DJT by saying “I want someone who can win.” I stopped listening to him then because I found it to be intellectually dishonest, especially coming from him, who always preached the virtues of right an wrong, etc. Saw him on FOX this past week, he was singing Trump’s praises. Go back to Bingo, Bill.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Maybe `12 years ago I went to a Bill Bennett book signing. I asked him a question on education. My gosh did he get fire and anger in his eyes towards me. I don’t even recall my question, but I vividly recall his response. From that day forward I knew he was a fake. Now I know why. Hates deplorables. Well I don’t like him much either.

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  7. mopar2016 says:

    We’re on the “America First” path.
    Haven’t you noticed?

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  8. az. redtail hawk says:

    McCain is one of the leakers. He leaked the extemely dubious “Russian dossier”. He is chairman of the armed services committee. Hence leak coming out of the Pentagon concerning the President’s picks for services secretaries. He is an ex officio member of the intelligence committee. Hence the leaks about Flynn. He is the leaker in chief.

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      Well, McCain has certainly bragged about how close he is to Generals and Pentagon folks. I think he sees himself as helping run the Pentagon, no matter who’s in the White House. That’s the trouble with these decades old Congressional members—they’ve purposefully forged mutually beneficial alliances within various govt. agencies and so they’re quite comfortable globe-trotting *their* foreign policy as well as leaking information to the media. They CYA for each other and act as if they’re untouchable. John McCain is a prime example of someone who is treated with kid gloves by fellow Senators, even Democrats, though some must secretly believe he’s batsh*t crazy. I’m starting to believe he’s so powerful they fear him!

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    • Blade says:

      McCain is one of the leakers. He leaked the extemely dubious “Russian dossier”. He is chairman of the armed services committee. Hence leak coming out of the Pentagon concerning the President’s picks for services secretaries. He is an ex officio member of the intelligence committee. Hence the leaks about Flynn. He is the leaker in chief.

      This is exactly what I am hoping for. It will be a surefire way of getting him out with a resignation, then your Governor can appoint someone to finish his 6 years. Your Governor should already have a list drawn up, if not, he is derelict in his duty.

      Short of God mercifully striking McCain down, this SOB is going to be a PITA every day he still draws breath. Leaking FISA related intelligence is a slam dunk and he will resign and do time or plead out or beg for a pardon. It presently doesn’t look like it came from him because of that tangled mess of 17 agencies, but he could be in the web somewhere, probably at the very end handing it off to the media. The so-called journalists also might be facing prison time for publishing them. Revenge for the Pentagon Papers at last because leaking SIGINT is not like Ellsberg releasing overly-classified bureaucratic coffee table reading, this actually does jeopardize bona fide sources and methods.

      Its really even worse than that since by verifying the existence of a clear transcript they not only literally confirmed to the Russians that the Ambassador’s phone was vacuumed up which is bad enough from a foreign relations standpoint, but they also confirmed we decrypted the stream if it was in fact secured, telling the Russians its time to move on to the next algorithm. The Russians themselves could not have planned a more useful sting to confirm what we can listen to in the clear. The leaker is even worse than Snowden who they all want to publicly execute. If the phones were not encrypted then that directly undercuts all the “Russian phone calls” hype since neither party would discuss something controversial in the clear ( but it still is a leak of SIGINT that falls under the Patriot Act and FISA courts ). With enemies like these, who needs friends?

      Please God, grant us this favor and let McCain be the traitor ( failing that, I’ll accept Graham as a close second ). My hunch is that quite a few are going down for this one and Sessions is right now doing what the (D)ummies and (R)inos fear the most – dotting his “i”s and crossing his “t”s, not to mention he’s rolling over the smaller fish to get the bigger ones. I’ve always wondered if Bush-Clinton-Obama sycophants will take a bullet for their beloved leaders, now we just might find out.

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      • ” but they also confirmed we decrypted the stream if it was in fact secured, telling the Russians it’s time to move on to the next algorithm. The Russians themselves could not have planned a more useful sting to confirm what we can listen to in the clear.”

        Blade, excellent post! Do you know if the traitor Brennan is involved?

        The noose is tightening now as the word is the WH Deputy CoS Katie Walsh is leaking to NYT. Successful Canary Trap with the AP 100,000 National Gaurdsmen leak.

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        • rorecruit says:

          “Everyone knows not to talk to her in the White House unless you want to see it in the press,” says a source close to the president. “The only question is whether or not she’s doing it at the behest of [White House Chief of Staff] Reince Priebus or if she’s doing it to advance herself in DC media circles.”

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        • Cow wow says:

          This is still sheer speculation at this time about who the leaker is. The lame cherry blog handed over to GP is not good enough yet for me to make the statement the noose is tightening or anything else yet. Sit tight. We will know soon I hope.
          this is a very interesting thread. Thank you all.

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      • singingsoul says:

        I hope they send McCain off to Munich with fake information he was not supposed to share..? Now that would be a sting.

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      • Paul Killinger says:

        McCain has become the Left’s latest “useful idiot.”

        His greatest concern is the new Administration will go around his sacred Sen Armed Sevices Cmte, thus making him irrelevant.

        Essentially, he wants to be allowed to stay in the game as the price for keeping his mouth shut.

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      • Excellent analysis! THIS is why I love my fellow Treepers!

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    • Stormy says:

      McCain is one of them

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    • Frankly Ben says:

      How deep is the McCain/Graham and company cesspool. How widespread is the corruption and how much money is passing hands?

      Corrupt Congress Critters won’t investigate themselves, lol, so President Trump needs a legitimate triggering event that demands, of itself, a criminal inquiry.

      What could provide the basis for this? There’s a dark, sinister aspect to McCainand friends that needs to be ferreted out.

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  9. Marygrace Powers says:

    A+ Analysis/ Thank you Sundance for your hard work/
    tireless effort in bringing Americans the TRUTH/GOD BLESS YOU/

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  10. deqwik2 says:

    Sundance, just saw this on twitter. Article posted Feb 20 6:43 am (Israeli time?)
    AP & Times of Israel staff contributed to this article.

    They are going after Bibi. This is just some copy / paste & not the full article.

    Earlier Sunday, Netanyahu confirmed that he attended the secret summit in Aqaba but said he and not Kerry was the initiator of the meeting.

    According to Haaretz, Kerry had initiated the summit after complex bargaining with both Israel’s regional neighbors and its internal political players. Details of the proposal, ultimately rejected by Netanyahu, and the secret meeting came from former senior officials in the Obama administration who asked to remain anonymous.

    The revelations came days after Netanyahu called for such an initiative at his first meeting with US President Donald Trump.

    Following the Haaretz report, lawmakers from both sides of the political spectrum on Sunday criticized Netanyahu either for not pursuing the chance for peace, or for going down the two-state track in the first place.

    Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan (Likud) tweeted that Netanyahu “was right when he raised reservations to the ‘Arab initiative’ in the Obama-Kerry era (if there was one). Why would Israel enter discussions on the basis of the ’67 lines?” Erdan asked. “And with Kerry as the initiator and mediator? To our sorrow, Kerry did not display a deep understanding of the region and of the Israeli interest (even if his intentions were good). The words ‘regional initiative’ do not mandate automatic agreement by Israel to every demand and condition.”

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/in-secret-peace-summit-netanyahu-said-to-have-offered-construction-freeze-outside-settlement-blocs/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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    • Times of Israel goes after BB every day!

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      • Time to look into their background – owners?

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        • OK – backed by Seth Klarman – well, gee, looky here: Political and economic views

          “Klarman has donated to both Democrat and Republican groups and candidates.[19][5] Klarman is a major backer of political non-profits such as the Ending Spending Fund[20] and the pro-same-sex marriage American Unity Fund.[21] However, in the 2016 Presidential election he gave the maximum donation of $5,400 to Hillary Clinton’s campaign, stating that “Donald Trump is completely unqualified for the highest office in the land.”[19]

          After the installation of U.S. President Donald Trump, he released a highly circulated (but internal) letter to members of his fund that denounced the upcoming investing climate.[22][23][24] The letter states:

          Exuberant investors have focused on the potential benefits of stimulative tax cuts, while mostly ignoring the risks from America-first protectionism and the erection of new trade barriers. President Trump may be able to temporarily hold off the sweep of automation and globalization by cajoling companies to keep jobs at home, but bolstering inefficient and uncompetitive enterprises is likely to only temporarily stave off market forces.[25]”

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seth_Klarman

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      • deqwik2 says:

        Yes they do & are helping to spread the Reuter’s article.

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  11. Southpaw says:

    I read a Chad Pergram article about a sub rosa meeting with Comey. No leaks afterward. Every time I see Marie Bartaromo she wants to know what about the Awan brothers? Today Peter King said it is under investigation. Classified. No leaks. Something is cooking.

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  12. US says:

    Like President D. J. Trump said in Melbourne, Florida the best guarantee for liberty is the Nation State. The apatrid Muslim Brotherhood must be defeated. They are strong here and these valiant allied nations can help US uproot them from the Department of State and Hillary’s pants.

    We must fight the Islamist ideology an Egypt, Saudi, Syria, and Israel (who so far unsaddled all the war on terror on US without lifting a finger) could be our allies together with Vladimir Putin of the Russians.

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    • nimrodman says:

      “… and Israel (who so far unsaddled all the war on terror on US without lifting a finger)”

      They kinda got their hands full when all those rockets are incoming from Gaza.

      I reckon.

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  13. Sunshine says:

    I understand now why suddenly El Sisi is redoubling his reform efforts with Al Azhar. He’s having a very difficult time and encountering only resistance. These people are seriously brainwashed and I doubt he will succeed. What is needed is sudden Grand Sheikh death syndrome.
    http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/rift-escalates-becomes-public-between-sisi-al-azhar

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    • Sunshine says:

      Also, yesterday, Saudi Arabia expelled 40,000 Pakis because of cultural differences. The Pakis are among the worst re radical violent Islam.
      All these sudden events are happening more or less simultaneously.

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  14. Marc says:

    I’m sure Muammar Gaddafi would’ve been apart of this alliance were he still alive.

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  15. SharonKinDC says:

    Disagree w/ your assessment.

    Trump is a realist. Realpolitik. So is Putin. We’ve not had FP realists running the show in DECADES. Neo-cons are huge interventionists and back ‘regime changes’. Neo-liberals… to me seem to seek the same as the neo-cons, they just package it differently to sell it to their constituents.

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  16. Marc says:

    I’ve seen this exact post before and I’m not buying it. Donald Trump isn’t a Neocon in the slightest. Neither is Putin. They both a nationalists something that is anathema to neoconservatives.

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  17. Please, is his name al-Sisi or el-Sisi? You seem to use both. I hope it is true that he does come to DC to meet with Our President Trump. It would be earth shaking!

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  18. “Neo-cons: Reagan, Kissinger, Trump, Putin.
    Neo-liberals: G W Bush, H Clinton, McCain, Rubio.”

    You are so wrong it is pathetic. You have a right to your opinion. I applaud your right to freely state it. However, you are really, really wrong.

    Like BB said in the WH last week, labels mean almost nothing.

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  19. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    I have been watching this develop with great interest, and Sundance seems to have put it together very well. The legacy of President Obama and his masters is chaos everywhere–it is their goal in Europe, the Middle East and here, as we clearly see–but I think President Trump’s goal is peace and stability. That is anathema to the powers that seek world domination. He is, as I have said to a lot of people, much smarter than he is given credit for. Let’s hope it stays that way.

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  20. Jeff says:

    ABSOLUTELY MASTERFUL !! The timing and effective DIVERSION of the NOTHINGBURGER “FLYNNGATE …FLYNNGHAZI ” was perfectly executed .

    When you go FISHING FOR A MONSTER you need to use the right BAIT . Michael Flynn was the BAIT to hook the DEEP STATE monster lurking just beneath the surface of the swamp waters in DC ,

    https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/p206x206/16729365_1067062973405460_4676530847058144183_n.jpg?oh=811c2bffcc0be00036a0b9d0f430b177&oe=5933AA2A

    At the same time POTUS using Alinsky on the uniparty / ENEMEDIA alliance with tactic 11 ..

    ” 11. “If you push a negative hard and deep enough, it will break through into its counterside… every positive has its negative.”

    As the KUNG FU MASTER of the USA Dojo …we are ” GRASSHOPPER ” and it is our ” wax on ..wax off ” job to KEEP PUSHING and “WAXING FAKE NEWS ” and now ” VERY FAKE NEWS ” to all our insane liberal friends and family . FAKE …FAKEY FAKE NEWS keep waxing it !!

    DESTROYING the “credibility ” of CNN is paramount . Not with US …but to the DIPSHIDIOCRACY that still gets their ” news ” from FAKE NEWS networks ….FBI / NYPD .#pizzagate will never be BELIEVED by 50 % of the electorate until the push though is effective enough to get a % of democrats to stop watching .

    The ART OF THE DEAL is to already have negotiated it before you go in to the ” MANAGER ” to sign the papers .

    An absolutely BRILLIANT AND MASTERFUL 30 days … well beyond 3D chess ..President Trump is managing the GAME on many more levels .

    I AM IN AWE …OF IT ALL !! Thank you SUNDANCE for ‘splaining it all so well

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    • Jeff says:

      Oh yeah …and the PEARL CLUTCHING pundit class out there saying Trump should stop tweeting . They are either simply unaware of the EFFECTIVENESS of ALINSKY that President Trump is masterfully using AGAINST THEM …or they too are GLOBALIST mouthpieces trying to stop the EFFECTIVE TACTIC of FAKE NEWS .

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    • cozette says:

      Please remember FOX News is part of the globalist anti Trump MSM. They just attack him in a different way. They lure in Republicans so they can undermine Trump with concern trolling and sowing poison pills of doubt. FOX Business is less pollute with disinformation. Lou Donna is a patriot and deserves ratings to protect him.

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  21. (Sigh) I have been saying for a week now at least. Trump is Mole hunting. Nothing else actually matters, none is important. (Yes, that includes your concerns or opinions).

    Figure it out now?

    Probably not.

    We move on to week 5…..

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  22. So Trump exposes it all to the public, and simply says: THIS is why you elected me. THIS is why I do what I do for America. THIS is the TREASON I am exposing.
    He can not lose.
    MAGA!

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  23. ruralnc says:

    I’m so grateful for this article; thank you, Sundance. You have inspired me, a “kindergarten student” on the Middle East, to begin a serious study of all countries and leaders in the “Trump Peace Alliance.” My heart already has a kinship with these nationalists who are experiencing the horrors of Radical Islamic Terrorism. I did begin my study a couple of months ago with King Abdullah II of Jordan. He is so much like President Trump, and I have a sisterly love for him as, I will admit, I have for nationalist Vladimir Putin. No leader, though, can “trump” the sisterly love I have for President Trump, our best leader since the Founding Fathers.

    King Abdullah II gave a powerful speech at the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast two weeks ago. The following video is an excellent introduction to one of the “Trump Peace Alliance” members:

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  24. El Torito says:

    This is a fascinating article. Primo analysis (as always), Sundance. The comments are well worth reading as well. Great crew in the house!

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  25. Tom W says:

    Hope Bannon has ideas on how to TOTALLY discredit McCain. He truly is a warmonger.

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  26. mw says:

    Sundance, you are the bomb. Thank you for your incisive analysis and brilliant compilation of chronologies. What all opponents are not counting on is that Christ is King, so the truth is always more powerful than a lie.

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  27. nightmare on k st says:

    Trump needs to follow-up Reagan’s campaign phrase of “are you better off then 4 years ago” with his own, is Tunisia better off than 8 years ago? how about Syria, Iraq

    and end the conversation with ” I know Iran is”

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  28. bulwarker says:

    Look up the Global Engagement Center, I believe they are responsible for these leaks. Their position within the State Department along with their intentional purpose of disseminating the Obama narrative to the MSM make them the prime suspects (not to mention the GEC head is a former IC big-wig under Obama).

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  29. jeans2nd says:

    Tying together all points made in this post, possible evidence of the Trump Economic Plan occurring seems to be taking place.

    After OPEC cuts heavy oil, China teapot refiners pull U.S. supply to Asia
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-oil-usa-idUSKBN15Z0RS

    Oil rises, but faces prospect of growing U.S. output
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-global-oil-idUSKBN15Z032

    Trump’s defense chief, in Iraq, says: We’re not here for your oil
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-iraq-mattis-idUSKBN15Z0K0

    Within these Reuters articles, Reuters states that:
    Saudi Arabia has cut the Saudi production of heavy crude. The U.S. has increased exports of heavy crude to China.
    venezuala’s oil production has fallen further.
    Gen Mattis has arrived in Iraq to personally direct U.S. forces, while reassuring Iraq that the oil playing field is now open to all who want to play by the rules.

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  30. C. Lowell says:

    Obama, Hillary, and Kerry’s Democrat-infested State Department,

    Is like Obama, Hillary, and Kerry themselves — the devil…

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  31. old_grouch says:

    This is what is meant by “The media is the enemy of the American people”. If they are trying to put a monkey wrench into already troubled peace efforts, they are my enemy!

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  32. cozette says:

    Anthony you must be new here. You are not a part of this community. You refer to the people here in the collective “you people” rather responding to to an individual post. What I understand from reading articles written by Sundance for two years is that there is a uni Party. It is at its core Marxist, globalist, elitist. The Marxists invaded the Classical Liberals and the Conservative Movement which they renamed neoconservatism. Trump is not one of the Uni party elites who have seized so much control. He is an outsider and he is fighting them whether they wear the GOP or DNC mask. As Trump has said many times, including at his inauguration, this is about globalists vs nationalists, elites vs the American people. Hope this helps. I urge you to back into the archives of Sundance’s articles. You could learn alot. I know I did and I consider myself to be very well informed since I’ve been a political junkie and activist since the 4th grade and had an Au H2O sticker on my peechie as a freshman.

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  33. Texmom says:

    Great post.
    McCain/Graham are working against us as they have been for many years but it is so obvious that I feel sure Trump’s team is on it.
    Many fires to put out. Praying for God’s will in this, because they can’t do it alone.

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  34. jogreggre says:

    Here’s Sundance’s on the money quote FTA: “The reality of President Obama’s expressed foreign policy of regime change -regardless of cost or consequence- has left millions of Mid-East communities in peril; far worse off today than they were nine years ago.”
    Thanks to Barack Obama, how many people have died? How many have been injured? How many displaced? History is full of examples of the terrible consequences of collectivism. When combined with a Muslim faith, the consequences are far worse.

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    • LCSmom says:

      And millions of “refugees” have moved into Europe and the US as a result. Obama enabled the global jihad with his foreign policy.

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  35. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Great post. –Hopefully, it is true that these forces are working together to make the ME more peaceful. If there emerged some arrangement that is great for Israel that quieted down the “palestinians,” this would be wonderful.

    Apparently, major forces have been working for a better deal in the ME, but our former president, and his buddies, have been throwing a spanner in the works, intentionally. His Anti-Colonial, Communist dad would be proud.

    So, maybe, for all of this to proceed, it really just requires obstructionists to get the heck out of the way. –So, I hope there will be major advances in ME falling into place just as we sweep out the trash and get Trump in – This will make it appear as if Trump is largely responsible. What a great fortune to drop in his lap!

    –The challenge will be keeping all of the communists and other jack wads out of the room while the adults put things in order. –Ayers himself is a big fan of transgressing that Gaza strip.

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  36. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    Have you all noticed that POTUS is not flying all over the world meeting with these leaders? They are coming to him, one by one! Not only is he showing real leadership but he is saving us a lot of money.
    Sundance, thank you again for such a great, informative article. I spend a lot of my time every day on this web site.

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  37. cohibadad says:

    Is there any evidence to back up “and less visibly . . . President Bashar Assad (Syria)”? I’ve watch a lot of Assad’s interviews and most if not all of his recent ones. They are remarkably consistent over the last several years. He says they are in a war against terrorists. He makes no distinction between Daesh(ISIS) and any other “rebel” group. He says they are proxy for the US government and that Europe does America’s bidding. When asked about Trump he said that things said during an election and to get elected often change after the election so he would not respond to specifics. And as far as how to stop the terrorists in Syria, all of them, not just Daesh, he says it is simple, just end the embargo and it will all end very quickly. When the question of safe zones arose, he said that can only be done with Syria’s permission. So a coalition involving Assad seems extremely unlikely to say the least, but maybe there is evidence to support that?

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  38. darrell richardson says:

    Everytime I read something like this on what Obama has done to our country I come to the same one word….TREASON!!! He should be charged and dealt with accordingly.

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  39. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Great read. I’m heartened by what appear to be sane leaders from the middle-east.

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  40. In AZ says:

    Obama keeps showing that he is the American hating communist moslem dictator thin skinned narcissist megalomaniac traitor that sane people know he is.

    I hope President Trump knows this.

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  41. jeans2nd says:

    For the military minds to consider, with a question (requiring no answer) – more proof our mission in Iraq and today’s Mattis visit has changed focus to destroying ISIS and MB?

    Very short article – “Baghdad Unlikely to Demand US Troops Withdrawal After Mosul Liberation”
    https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201702211050885132-iraq-usa-troops-withdrawal-after-mosul-liberation/

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  42. freepetta says:

    Now it’s time to put Obama and Soros protesters which are paid professional imbeciles who are organized online. Most have no idea what they’re doing out there except Trump Trump Trump!! Time to cut these jerks off along with all the leakers who are right under DJT’S nose.

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  43. jeans2nd says:

    Hoping this goes to spam and you keep it there, but pls read it.

    Below is exactly what I see happening in the ME right now.

    “the objectives of the blueprint are to defend U.S. diplomatic, intelligence and military assets in the region”

    “defense and support of regional allies to include Egypt, Israel, Jordan and the Kurdish people”

    “policies like ‘exporting democracy. COIN (counterinsurgency) winning hearts and minds’ and ‘nation building’ are futile among societies of Islamic law (Sharia)”

    “objective of this new National Security Strategy to deter and defeat Islamic jihad globally”

    “accepting local strongman rule that supports U.S. and Western interests…is the lesser of two evils when the alternative would be either chaos or an Islamic jihad-and-Shariah takeover”

    ““remove the jihadist penetration of and influence operations against the U.S. government, especially at top levels of national security”

    from “Eyes on ISIS” by F. Michael Maloof
    http://www.standupamericaus.org/sua/eyes-isis-f-michael-maloof/

    This of course will take time, but it still looks to me like this realignment is happening while no one (meaning our Very Fake News) is noticing.

    The strategy has shifted to supporting Saudi Arabia-Israel-Egypt-Jordan, keeping Basir al-Assad in place, reducing Iran-Hezbollah-Hamas influence in the region, and killing off ISIS-al Qaeda. The focus has shifted from threatening military war with the world to engaging on all fronts on the world economic battlefield.

    And perhaps this Pollyanna is reading too much while deep sea diving in the innerwebz.

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