President Trump -vs- Deep State, Big Club and U.S. Media…

The term: “for domestic consumption” is a term generally familiar to political observers who are accustomed to filtering out and separating ‘noise’ from ‘action’ when reviewing remarks made by international leaders outside the U.S.

However, in modern U.S. geo-political review it becomes important to apply the same cognitive transparency toward U.S. President Trump as he faces the three-headed swamp guardian, Cerberus.

The three heads of the modern Cerberus we identify as: •Deep State (foreign policy adversaries), •Big Club (domestic economic adversaries) and •U.S. Media.

All three oppositional entities view the insurgent Presidency of Donald Trump as adversarial to their long-term globalist interests.

Against the backdrop of Jordans King Abdullah II visiting President Trump in the White House; and knowing Jordan has approximately 2.8 million Syrian refugees, most of whom oppose Syrian President Bashir Assad; and in the aftermath of a “chemical agent” attack in Syria – President Trump was in a precarious position. The Deep Globalist State had laid their trap.

Within the 30,000 foot review, and against the historic backdrop of precedent for this type of action, we find the motive. However, it’s a motive that is virtually impossible to discuss from the office of the presidency while the adversarial U.S. media is also poised to strike.

Knowing King Abdullah is an ideological ally in the quest for the longer goal of peace, President Trump takes an outward approach (two-nation domestic consumption) to blame Syria’s Bashir Assad. This strategic approach deflects the fangs of Deep State, inoculates against a follow-up attack by MSM, and protects the domestic position of Abdullah.

The prudent President Trump approach also allows the freedom alliance of Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (Egypt), King Abdullah II (Jordan), King Salman (Saudi Arabia), Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel), and Mahmoud Abbas (Palestinian Authority) to move forward toward a much larger, more stable and more significant geo-political alignment. King Abdullah publicly signaled these intentions today during remarks with President Trump at the White House.

The back-channeling signals and conversations with Vladimir Putin (Russia), and Bashir Assad (Syria) become more important than the public optics for ‘domestic consumption’. Actions speak louder than words. Knowing the rather extensive ground work that has already taken place, there’s no immediate reason to believe Putin and Assad do not recognize President Trump’s larger strategy.

♦ Immediately following his inauguration, 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.

♦ A week later, President Trump spoke at length to Egypt’s Fattah al-Sisi about their efforts.

♦ At the beginning of February – King Abdullah III of Jordan traveled to Washington to meet with Vice-President Mike Pence and discuss aide and assistance for regional security.   Previously, in November 2016, King Abdullah spoke to President-elect Trump

♦ A week later – Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington DC for a very warm and optimistic meeting with President Trump for talks on regional security.

♦ At the beginning of March – Egyptian foreign minister Sameh Shoukry visited Washington, met with members of Congress and held a long discussion with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,

♦ Mid-March Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met with an envoy from President Trump and told him that a peace deal is possible under the new president.

♦  On Monday – Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi came to the White House for an official state visit, and a very warm greeting by President Trump.

♦  Today – Jordan’s King Abdullah II follows al-Sisi with a visit to the White House and receives another very warm greeting by the U.S. President

Jordan’s King Abdullah and Egypt’s Fattah al-Sisi have a very close regional relationship.

Egyptian President al-Sisi previously secured most of the Sinai border region.  The current challenge, for all regional interests, is to keep the extremist elements in check and undermine their destabilizing efforts.  A big part of that stability includes Syria, Russia and the U.S. defeating the remnants of ISIS.

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.

We have continued to express optimism for a confluence of events, people and activity that is happening quietly, and could stun the geo-political world.  The timing is right, because we view these activities through a different prism.  We review against the backdrop of President Obama’s mid-east failure, equitable misery.

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.  In an odd and accidental way, President Obama created equitable misery.

• 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 Jordanian people, again a tenuous and precarious Muslim nation, who has watched the most barbaric and horrific consequences from extremist violence in their lifetimes.  The Jordanians are aiding more than 2.8 million refugees from the civil war in Syria.

The end result of almost all far-left policies when carried out to their natural conclusion is equitable misery.  At no moment in recent 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 II (Jordan), ♦ Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel), ♦ Mahmoud Abbas (Palestinian Authority), ♦ King Salman and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (Saudi Arabia), and ♦ U.S. President Donald Trump.  Together they have a remarkable canvas.

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454 Responses to President Trump -vs- Deep State, Big Club and U.S. Media…

  1. CheshireCat says:

    One stupid war ended LBJ and another stupid war ended GWB.

    DJT: beware the Ides of Stupid Wars.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Kaiser Roll says:

      Nikki Haley is a disgusting warmonger. Neocons are not to be trusted.

      Putin is our friend, Merkel/Macron are the enemy.

      Bashar Assad has consistently practiced neutrality towards Israel, if the West stopped trying to overthrow him I believe Syria would end their alliance with Iran.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Ghostrider says:

      Trump is a deal guy. Bannon is an ex-Inv-banker, also a deal guy. I worked as an investment banker, too. The focus right now is getting Gorsuch confirmed and sitting on that damn bench. If McCain and McConnell need and want a concession out of Trump, POTUS is likely to give it to them ==> providing ALL of the Donald’s terms are met==> including both of those 2 buttheads get the hell on the Trump Train, fast.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Old Codger says:

        Non-hero and real traitor McCain should be in exile . If he was part of a Muslim society, there would be a hundred fatwahs against him!


  2. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Trump is much too smart to buy the Deep State’s “party line” on what happened in Syria.

    The false flag attacks by the rebels have taken place over and over again there. There is no chance Trump is not aware of that reality.

    I don’t know where Trump is heading, but I still trust him. The great thing about the Deep State and their media operations is that they are so clumsy and ham-handed that it’s impossible to miss the man behind the curtain.

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  3. NHVoter says:

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  4. R-C says:

    Relax everyone. President Trump has this in hand.

    Liked by 15 people

  5. muffyroberts says:

    Thank God Hillary lost, or we would be in bigger dodo than ever.
    Her secret chemical attack against the USA, oh whom would she blame?

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Howie says:

    They should have used napalm.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Howie says:

    Maybe cluster bombs? Mortars? AK’s?,,,IUD’s?

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Howie says:

    Swords!!! Clubs?

    Liked by 2 people

  9. average Joe says:

    I hope I’m quoting it right,the truth has no agenda.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. CheshireCat says:

    What I want to know, is how the hell did McCain/Rubio win the last Presidential election!!!!???

    I didn’t even know they were on the ballot.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Ziiggii says:

    Re: the Deep State – this article from the Tablet is an interesting theory….

    Did the Obama Administration’s Abuse of Foreign Intelligence start before Trump?
    One clue: The Russia story is a replay of how the former White House smeared pro-Israel activists in the lead-up to the Iran Deal Tablet Magazine, by  Lee Smith, April 5, 2017: The accusation that the Obama administration used information gleaned from classified foreign surveillance to smear and blackmail its political opponents at home has […]

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    • Howie says:

      Ask Maxine.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Ziiggii says:

        Read the article Howie… its interesting to say the least!

        Liked by 1 person

        • kpm58 says:

          Farkas afraid of sources and methods being known to the new administration?
          The dots are starting to create a picture.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Good article. My favorite sentence fragment: “At first, we thought it was a coincidence being amplified by our own paranoia,”

            Author said it took the Russia gambits to illuminate the previous Iran deal spying on and smearing of Americans. Just goes to show you how hard it is to dislodge a firmly established meme, even when the evidence is staring you right in the face. Most Jews that I know fit into that category of refusing to look reality in the face.

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    • frank field says:

      That was an excellent read. Thanks. MAGA

      Liked by 2 people

    • MVW says:

      Obama got rid of Flynn. Then Pence got rid of Flynn. Not a good follow on for Pence.

      Now we have the Neocon garbage intel being given to Trump as a result.

      I hope Sundance is right that this is tap dancing to placate the three headed dog of war and pestilence, but the same ruse that would fool the Neocons keeps me from also knowing what is afoot.

      I am going to trust Trump on this and Sundance. I also am expecting more head fakes, which might also not be head fakes. The next gauntlet is China and N. Korea.

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  12. Howie says:

    This gas scheme is just plain absurd.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    During a discussion of this event. as the DeepStaters blamed the “chemical attack” on Assad. maybe Bannon called their cards and asked for further investigation before declaring this an act of barbarism by the Syrian Government? He was then summarily disinvited to future national security discussions? Hoping things didn’t go down like that.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      so u r just pretending u know something?


    • Bull Durham says:

      There is a logic to your “maybe” question.

      McMaster was shown up by the evidence supplied to Nunes. He demanded a scalp and got Bannon’s or he would have left. Untenable for the WH to have him leave right now.

      But he has been resurrected and surrounded by all the worst. Coats and a DNI that is totally worthless as top of the IC. CIA that is busy trying to win wars with nazis in Ukraine and headchoppers using chlorine gas in Syria. The NSA is feckless and the FBI is run by the most corrupt POS since J.Edgar Hoover, the cross-dresser.

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      • singingsoul says:

        Bull Durham “McMaster was shown up by the evidence supplied to Nunes. He demanded a scalp and got Bannon’s or he would have left. Untenable for the WH to have him leave right now.”
        So you have an insight into the Trump administration..? I do not see Mc Master as an evil man. By the way Brannon still can attend and still has his security clearance what I understand. I do not think R Trump can be blackmailed. He worked in NYC and dealt with all kind of scum to get his building built.
        I think that Bannon’s work is done and it has to do with Rice coming forward.

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    • Kathy says:

      Anyone else notice how the Steve Bannon adjustment to the NSC was hyped far more than the additions of Mike Pompeo, Nikki Haley, and Rick Perry? [h/t ThomasWictor]

      Here’s one of the few NSC “reports” without Bannon’s name in the headline:

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  14. Giant Ground Sloth says:

    I fail to see what would have been the downside of President Trump withholding blame and asking for a formal investigation. So what if the media and the UniParty went berserk? They’re already completely unhinged.

    If he could have exposed the fact that the Sunni rebels were responsible, the narrative of the Syrian war would changed overnight. Now he’s boxed himself into a corner, and he’s going to look weak if he doesn’t drop bombs on Damascus. And unlike Obama, he doesn’t like to look weak.

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    • Mariposa 323 says:

      Well it’s interesting that Russia is not defending Assad or blaming Isis but asking for full investigation . The US has to show less sympathy because of the tensions with the other allies , notably , Jordan and Egypt which are Sunni . The Larger goal also has to be to avoid a Sunni Shiite confrontation . Right now it’s enough that all of them are against Isis .

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      • El Torito says:

        I agree! I have been thinking all day “Putin would have no part of gassing anyone.” And “”ssad badly needs Putin’s support.” Great post!

        Liked by 2 people

        • El Torito says:

          Assad, not ssad…darn

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        • Putin didn’t have any trouble gassing Chechen rebels who had slipped into a Moscow movie theatre in 2002 and were keeping everyone inside hostage. After about 60 hours, Russian police acted. They pumped a powerful gas into the theatre then rushed in through many entrances. Most of the 40-50 Chechen guerrillas and 120 hostages were killed during the raid. Putin was first elected President in 2000 after he “got tough” on the Chechen. So, yes, yes he would gas people.


    • kpm58 says:

      That is what the UniParty and the MSM would have wanted.
      President Trump did not, darn.


    • TexasDude says:

      Boxed in? Don’t see it.


  15. siouxremer says:

    “Odd and Accidental way, Obama created equitable misery”

    Neither odd nor accidental – worldwide chaos is Soetoro’s stock & trade, along with the other minions of Soros, Rothschilds, Rockefeller (may he not RIP). They are all working very hard to ensure America finally feels the PAIN of Globalism in spades.

    I do trust Trump on his actions more than optics. I have little choice but to wait this out. It is early, so will be patient and trust that he will do everything in his power to stop a nuclear war.

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  16. trialbytruth says:

    Thanks SD. I to refuse to lose fait. To my fellow treepers who worry so Trust but verify starts with trust. THE a wordsmith. While you and I work our hardest to be clear our presidents works to commu irate on multiple counts ie SDs piece above. I will judge him by his actions and as always take his words seriously not literally..

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  17. muffyroberts says:

    Right now, Lou Dobbs poll; should Trump, Putin, and XI meet at Mar-a-Logo to talk?

    I vote yes.

    Oh how fun would that be?

    Liked by 11 people

  18. dustahl says:

    Hopefully Trump has people not in Washington D.C that have access to him. And give Trump alternative points of view.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Kaiser Roll says:

      Neocons are ruthless in barring anyone who doesn’t support them from a job in the Beltway think tanks. There is no intelligentsia that supports the traditional American foreign policy laid down by George Washington in his farewell address.

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  19. Publius2016 says:

    Everyone acts as if Syria is one united country when there are far more factions than even RINOs and Nevertrumpers. It is entirely possible that elements within the Assad regime want him out and are committing treason. Stranger things have happened. We all want stability and peace. the reality is that within the context of constructing peace every nation’s borders will be redrawn from Iraq to Libya due to the various ethnic and reliligious factions. Palestinian lands will become Egyptian, Israeli and Jordanian. Iraq and Syria may loss significant land to Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Yemen may split in two. The key is stability and an end to this slaughter.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Mariposa 323 says:

      Amen .
      The Tribal stuff is a nightmare . Yes we need Assad but must remember he is widely hated by the Lebanese and other Sunni Syrians . I think Trumps strategy will be to leave Syria to the Ruskies to deal with Assad .

      Liked by 2 people

      • Trumped says:

        We dont need Assad at all.

        Assad is needed for Russia to have a foothold in the ME. He is their puppet.
        Day by day the US along with the kurds is increasing influence in syria. It will be divided Up after this war is finished.

        There is Zero reason to side with Assad. With russia to find solutions, yes but not with shitty Assad and his goons.

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  20. Katherine McCoun says:

    Twitchy call Massie disgraceful for suggesting it wasn’t Assad. What is “disgraceful” about this? It is Siding with anyone or approving of the event to disagree with the instant assumption of who is responsible. No one is saying this was a good event or a justified event. Just saying it’s not 100% clear who did it

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    • Trumped says:

      If you read here it seems like some openly side with Assad. This is a loosing position which Trump ist aware of. Without definite proof Trump shouldnt question this at all. For whom?

      The lesser evil is still evil.

      Only the kurds are worthy to side with in Syria.


  21. tampafan says:

    All the hand ringing is curious. We Americans have such an inflated sense of our central role in any Middle East conflict. They have moved on without us (Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood loving alienated all), and have developed sophisticated weapons, tactical strategies that have been hugely successful in wiping out insurgents. Look at Iraq since we departed. We still have money, and influence, but militarily we aren’t needed, or frankly, wanted except as allies in principal.


    • Kaiser Roll says:

      The US has only two interests in the Middle East, the oil supply and the protection of Christians. Israel no longer faces the threat of being defeated in a conventional war, the problem is the small clique of warmongers in every country.


  22. rsanchez1990 says:

    McMaster should “unmask” who gave the orders to carry out the gas attack. I bet the CIA already knows who did it.

    Liked by 3 people

    • bearsgrrr says:

      I’ll bet the CIA did it.

      Liked by 4 people

      • GrantsLounge says:

        That was my first instinct. Get something out fast to cover this Susan Rice deal, before all our exploits against Trump are uncovered.
        Mr. Trump may be doing a rope-a-dope on them with his ‘changed position’ on Assad.
        I bet he knows who was really behind the gassing. It is not in Assad’s interest to carry this out at this juncture of the conflict.

        Liked by 3 people

        • bearsgrrr says:

          I don’t even think there was a “gassing”. They have proven staged gassing in the area before. Basically the casualties are real, but they may be ISIS victims brought in and staged, like they did before. Notice all the dead are kids, the “injured” are adult males.

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          • Aileen Wright says:

            No attack of any sort has been proven at all. Thus, no casualties have been proven. So far, Occam’s razor — backed by telltale imagery, along with rapidly disseminated, internationally coordinated fake news reports, and the context of necessary emergency obfuscation of the Susan Rice crisis — says that the Syria “event” was off-off-off-Broadway theater.

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  23. Look at the stunned reaction of a CNN anchor when Rep Thomas Massie dares to suggest that perhaps Assad was not behind the CW attack. She then quickly accuses him of “siding with Putin and Assad”.

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  24. andrewalinxs says:

    I feel like I am the only one who actually read the article right now….

    Bannon was not kicked off anything. So obviously it wasn’t because he expressed doubts about Syria. (he attended the NSC meeting today for crying out loud.)

    The President said exactly what he needed to say in order to prevent the Uni party and Media from trying to sabotage him.

    He did not promise America World Police in Syria to remove Assad and claims that he did fly in the face of everything he has said and done.

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  25. redlegleader68 says:

    Man, between yesterday and today a lot of comments got me thinking that some of us just might be exhausted from these first few days of Trump!!

    An analogy: consider, June, 1944. We land at Normandy and begin the final assault to defeat the enemy. While small, skirmishes were setbacks, we prevailed. And we marched steadily toward victory.

    Then we relaxed. Went into “we got this.” Battle of the Bulge insued. We got our tactical butts handed to us, but we (strategically) broke through. And after this hard fought fight, marched to victory.

    My point: I think we’re missing the almost daily tweets. As the ground troops, we’re quite used to getting updates and encouragements from Trump. He’s been quite circumspect (except with Rice) lately. So, we could use some leadership here. We’re watching, paying attention and commenting, but “something” seems missing. We need to be back offence. (an answer might be provided by Winston Churchill when he stated, “No matter how enmeshed a commander becomes in elaborating his own thoughts, it is sometimes necessary to take the enemy into account.”)

    So, what’s my point? Just maybe this from Patton (Trump’s General) “Some goddamn fool once said that flanks have got to be secure. Since then, sonofabitches all over the globe have been guarding their flanks. I don’t agree with that. My flanks are something for the enemy to worry about, not me. Before he finds out where my flanks are, I’ll be cutting the bastard’s throat.”

    Pay attention …

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  26. b4im2old says:

    Thank you SD for the 30,000 ft view! Makes lots of sense for the long term goal of regional peace. PDJT is unlike ANYone that has ever led our country in the lifetimes of any CTH followers… in the way he visualizes goals and plans to achieve them in spite of the three-headed beast that opposes him at every turn. Not only does that beast not understand how he approaches things, it’s difficult for his followers to at times, too. Hence the concern trolling here. But all I have to do is recall that long ago interview he gave to Oprah (yuk!) when she said something he stated sounded Presidential (or something like that?) after which she proceeded to ask him if he would ever run for President… he replied he didn’t think so, unless things got real bad (paraphrasing). I have no doubt he, in his own genius way, as a very successful INTERNATIONAL businessman, has been observing and absorbing EVERYTHING going on around him locally, nationally, and internationally for YEARS… and planning his solutions should the opportunity of the Presidency arise… for “such a time as this”! I take comfort in that. He’s been in office less than 90 days, folks, and his accomplishments have been astounding! We just need to temper our long delayed and oft times betrayed (by prior admins and congress critters) expectations with a bit more patience. The swamp is deep and wide. With PDJT in “our house” and a wise guide like SD and the many branch-sitters who share their wisdom to clarify the more complicated stuff, we’re in good hands! And keep praying! 🙂 God is still on the throne! Hugs to all my Treeper friends!

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  27. bearsgrrr says:

    What if Trump is using this as leverage in the budget process (in addition to Sundance’s explanation)? He wants to build up the military and if Mcain and his buds think he’ll use it to oust Assad they will be more flexible. Once it’s a done deal, well our Intel now says it was a false flag/Russia will handle it or whatever.

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  28. scottmc37 says:

    Something is happening, its only the nutcase Erdogan that really concerns me now…..The talk of both Egypt and Jordan seem very positive and genuine.

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  29. Mezzz says:

    Anyone in this thread who thinks they are aware of a trap that Trump isn’t aware of is silly.

    If you think Trump is so nieve he hasn’t considered the Syrian chemical attack on a very deep level you are delusional.

    Supporters who actually think Trump is thinking on that low a level are embarassing.

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  30. Trumped says:

    There is no proof that it were the Rebels themselves. Without that no reason for Trump to question it.
    There is no upside to side with Assad. Assad is just the lesser evil. If you research Assad and his family its clear they are in the same mold as other dictators in the region.

    Not siding with Assad doesnt mean war with Assad or even Russia.
    The no.1 Goal is to defeat the IS along the kurds in syria. After that leverage in syria ist huge.


    • MVW says:

      “There is no upside to side with Assad”
      Wrong. Completely wrong. Why do you think this war was started? For freedom!!!! LOL

      Sarin gas came from Hillary acquired from her Libyan war, that along with 20,000 stinger missiles. Go to You tube, follow the George Webb series, the earlier ones.

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  31. Marc says:

    Apparently, Syrian hospitals get bombed repeatedly in the same weekend. The “last hospital in Aleppo” has been destroyed dozens of times.

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  32. Scotty19541 says:

    OK … this whole ‘attack’ in Syria is looking more and more like a red flag event! This article shows pictures of the White Helmets dealing with the victims and they are not wearing gloves or any other protection! Something isn’t right here for sure!

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      Thanks for posting. Now, some have reported that the gas was Sarin, and others have said it was Chlorine.

      I am not sure how different the response methods are. Let’s just say your post makes it paramount to find the truth.


  33. wesker45 says:

    Putin and Assad need to step their game up and take over Idlib and remaining rebel held areas fast. Trump can only hold the neocons at bay for so long. Trump is a through and through patriot..but even he is not strong enough to stop the trajectory of the Deep State’s evil. The kind of evil that is willing to gas children for propaganda.

    Assad/Putin need to establish their stronghold in Syria pronto and announce to the world Syria is theirs.

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  34. MaineCoon says:

    This is my take.

    “The term: “for domestic consumption” is a term generally familiar to political observers who are accustomed to filtering out and separating ‘noise’ from ‘action’ when reviewing remarks made by international leaders outside the U.S.” Understand this definition before reading more.

    “President Trump takes an outward approach (two-nation domestic consumption) to blame Syria’s Bashir Assad. This strategic approach deflects the fangs of Deep State, inoculates against a follow-up attack by MSM, and protects the domestic position of Abdullah. This strategic approach deflects the fangs of Deep State, inoculates against a follow-up attack by MSM, and protects the domestic position of Abdullah.”

    PDJT saves face publicly for King Abdullah both here and in Jordan. Also prevents the slings and arrows against himself and Deep State is played.

    “The prudent President Trump approach also allows the freedom alliance of Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (Egypt), King Abdullah II (Jordan), King Salman (Saudi Arabia), Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel), and Mahmoud Abbas (Palestinian Authority) to move forward toward a much larger, more stable and more significant geo-political alignment.”

    PDJT solidifies a ME alliance, which allows forward movement on regional issues, e.g. regional peace/stability by freedom alliance countries’ extermination of ISIS, AQ, etc., and send Muslim immigrants back to Syria/safe zone, and other issues.

    “[N]o immediate reason to believe Putin and Assad do not recognize President Trump’s larger strategy.”

    T-Rex is going to Russia soon. Further clarification on issues forthcoming. Possibly all countries fight with Russia to exterminate ISIS, AQ etc.

    “Think of the nationalist possibility. ♦ Fattah al-Sisi (Egypt), ♦ King Abdullah II (Jordan), ♦ Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel), ♦ Mahmoud Abbas (Palestinian Authority), ♦ King Salman and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (Saudi Arabia), and ♦ U.S. President Donald Trump. Together they have a remarkable canvas.”

    ENDNOTE: Let Syrians decide if Assad is to stay or not – just like PDJT said. The above is based on the assumption that PDJT knows the culprits of the chlorine attack. He suddenly became quite unpredictable to many, including Treepers, when he blamed Assad. Smokescreen on many fronts?

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  35. andi lee says:

    3. Putin threatens to spill secrets. (Has suffered downed planes, murdered Ambassadors & key figures in the intel community)

    2. Erdogan becoming more unstable.

    1. McCain emergency visit to Erdogan-Turkey; Secret stop-over in Syria; al-Bagdadi delivers farewell speech to his fighters – “go home” or “reward yourself” w/72 virgins.

    Notice McCain – Erdogan erratically matching behavior are asymetrical on separate continents?

    Wonder what it is M-E do not want the world to know? 🤔

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  36. El Torito says:

    With Trump, we need to resist the impulse of drawing conclusions, especially same day conclusions. Sometimes it takes weeks and longer for things he says to prove out. There’s more to the story and we can only wait.

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  37. ‘Turf war! Trump’s gang of moderate New York advisors said to be battling with Bannon’s populist GOP hardliners for policy influence:

    -Factions are forming in Trump’s White House, new Washington Post report says
    -On one side, the populist GOP team led by Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus
    -Against them, so-called New York ‘Democrats’ led by Gary Cohn and Dina Powell
    -New Yorkers said to have ear of Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner
    -Message of pro-business pragmatism said to be gaining traction in White House
    -But combative populist Bannon supposedly in alliance with Priebus
    -Pushing harder line on trade and immigration in keeping with campaign vows
    -‘The cream will rise and the s**t will sink,’ says one top advisor ‘


    • wesker45 says:

      This is all such a distraction and mostly untrue. I feel Trump’s closest associates are all on one page. They all follow what Trump says in his speeches and rallies that Bannon and Steve Miller pen. All these faction wars is just tabloid talk.

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    • Ghostrider says:

      Please Cyrus, stop. Please post this nonsense someplace else, anywhere but NOT here. The story is garbage written by the same people who wanted the UK to vote no on Brexit.

      Liked by 2 people

  38. Evidence that the gas attack is a hoax. “Dead” girl wakes up

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  39. Giant Ground Sloth says:

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  40. Gen Mattis has appointed to the position of Pentagon press secretary a former McCain staffer and colleague of Evelyn Farkas


  41. JMScott says:

    “This is information about their everyday lives,” Rep. Peter King of New York, a member of the House Intelligence committee said. “Sort of like in a divorce case where lawyers are hired, investigators are hired just to find out what the other person is doing from morning until night and then you try to piece it together later on.”

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  42. Trish in Southern Illinois says:

    No way do i believe Assad used a chemical attack …my gut says, McLame’s terrorist sharia buddies were stockpiling chemical weapons, and Assad targeted the terrorists and took out the hidden weapons by shear luck. That’s my take.

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  43. osage44 says:

    There is no way Trump is going to let the USA enter a war in Syria against Assad based on what really looks like a false flag “gas attack”. He’s too smart for that. Hasn’t he told us many times that he is not in the business of regime change. Hasn’t he made it crystal clear that the destruction of ISIS is his first priority in the middle east? I roll my eyes when I hear nitwits claim that POTUS is being misled or deceived by neo-cons into going to war in Syria against Assad. No he isn’t. Trump is smarter than the neo-cons and the people saying such things.


  44. andi lee says:

    JeezeLouise! THE BIG CLUB. This clip has now become prophetic. Word. For. Word. 😲

    Liked by 1 person

  45. CaptMorgan says:

    Watch President Trump straighten shit out. He’s been one step ahead of all these NWO’s all along. MAGA!


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