U.K. Media: British Intelligence Heads Worried President Trump Will Discover Their Involvement in “Spygate”….

An article published originally in the U.K. Telegraph, and republished via Yahoo News outlines growing fear within the U.K. government and British intelligence officers surrounding President Trump discovering how far they were involved within “Spygate”.

The facts are not uncommon to anyone who has done research into the events of 2015 and 2016; however, the interesting aspect surrounds the current level of anxiety which indicates something is soon to become very public.

The central concern of the British officials surrounds President Trump declassifying evidence that will outline a coordinated effort by a weaponized U.S. intelligence apparatus to use their foreign counterparts for two aspects:  (1) to spy on the Trump campaign in 2016; and (2) to help carryout an entrapment scheme that would become the baseline for the FBI’s counterintelligence operation which evolved into Mueller’s Russian election interference investigation (aka. the “insurance policy”).

According to the Telegraph outline the current U.K. Prime Minister is intentionally being kept out of the communication loop because British intelligence are fearful President Trump might ask about her knowledge.  Keeping Theresa May blind to the U.K operations against Trump provides plausible deniability if questioned.  Additionally, all British embassy staff in the U.S. have been told to say absolutely nothing if questioned.

All of the activity described within the article outlines a significant sense of concern, within the highest elements of U.K. government, that President Trump will discover how far they went to see him eliminated in the 2016 presidential election.

Of course none of this is surprising.

In 2016 candidate Trump supported Brexit; the professional political class in the U.K. were vehemently against it.  Additionally, candidate Trump was openly challenging the structure of NATO and demanding changes to the alliance.  This was antithetical to the interests of the U.K. government and likely sent shockwaves through their collectivist system when candidate Trump won the GOP nomination.  The Brits had a strong motive to see Trump destroyed and aligned with weaponized U.S. intelligence toward that end.

As President, Mr. Trump, has held true to his campaign promises and forced the British -and the EU writ large- to be more responsible for their own military security.  President Trump has challenged the post-WW2 NATO structures and forced the EU to pay more for their defense.  Many member nations are vocally unhappy with this shifted landscape because it means less money for liberal/socialist causes. [Note: Including Canada]

Lastly, the U.K. and E.U. (mostly German anxiety) are facing a much tougher trade objective as outlined by President Trump.  The trade conflict is costing them billions in addition to their increased need to spend on their own defense via NATO to keep Trump off their back.  He might be just one man, but President Trump has them surrounded.

President Trump is not allowing the same one-way benefits within the U.S. trade relationship with the EU; and as he highlighted with the use of tariffs, he is not hesitant to smash the EU economy (mostly Germany) with crippling auto-tariffs if needed.

Trump is leveraging access to the U.S. markets as pressure on the Europeans to comply with U.S. demands.  The Europeans, including the British, are not used to this level of confrontation from the U.S.  Their economic frames of reference surround acquiescence from prior American presidents.   They are increasingly unnerved and the horrible President Trump simply doesn’t care.

And then there’s the newly emphasized Iran sanctions… the economic MOAB that threatens any/all European interests who might dare to get caught doing business with the Iranian regime.  President Trump has shown he is not the least bit hesitant to pull the trigger on Treasury penalties against any nation or multinational interest who would defy the sanctions.

So yeah,…. as if the landscape wasn’t tenuous enough already. Imagine what’s going on behind the scenes where the high-brow British government are wondering what Deplorable Trump will do if their own intelligence officials are forced to admit they attempted to interfere in his election.

Oh dear…  ‘Have another crumpet’!

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365 Responses to U.K. Media: British Intelligence Heads Worried President Trump Will Discover Their Involvement in “Spygate”….

  1. Genie says:

    More like Austin Powers and Sergeant Schultz conspiring against President Trump.

    Liked by 12 people

  2. It’s an open secret.. since 2 years.

    I’m sure POTUS uses it as leverage but I wonder when we will see consequences. The deep state needs to be destroyed or they will be up to their stuff in full force in 2020 or 2024

    Liked by 23 people

  3. The world leaders didn’t perpare Them self how To Deal with a smart and strong leader like President Trump,
    Great President you Doing a Great Job everyday,
    GOD Bless you,

    Liked by 21 people

    • TruthSavesUs says:

      I agree Kathylee, awesome to see him like a BOSS, great pic of him too with the two withered witches.
      I love the article Sundance!

      Liked by 12 people

      • lanahi says:

        I sent President Trump a greeting card with my own message added, and he replied to me. I know it was probably a form letter made to appear like it was a personal reply, but I did not expect it at all. He takes every chance to communicate with the ordinary people, not just to gain political advantage but also because he considers the people important enough in themselves to try. I do believe his heart is with us.

        Liked by 5 people

        • TruthSavesUs says:

          That sounds wonderful!
          We can see he cares, and not only for the US, but for Humanity as a whole.
          He always says at international events, that for each leader their own country should be first, thereby reinforcing this truth should stand globally.
          Patriot all around the world appreciate his stance.

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  4. JAS says:

    It’s time to subpoena Napolitano. He has the goods. He almost got fired for talking about it live on FOX on March of 2017. I saw it live on FOX and the precise youtube video has since disappeared.

    Napolitano said in so many words that Obama started the surveillance (He did not need a FISA warrant to do it) during the campaign. He used the Brits. In 2016 they figured out that Hillbot could lose, Obama went to the Brits to create the collusion narrative (No need for a FISA warrant either).

    Shortly thereafter (October 2016) Hillary (through Perkin Coe), and the FBI got formally involved (FISA warrants needed by the FBI). The warrant had been declined earlier as we all know.

    Here is an article from the time when Napolitano got suspended, with very little information though:


    Liked by 16 people

    • vml9000 says:

      I remember this all very clearly. It seems that from that time on, after Napolitano was suspended, he turned on Trump regularly. He has since, actually said some very stupid and incorrect things regarding Trump and the Law.

      Liked by 18 people

    • Zippy says:

      “He almost got fired for talking about it live on FOX on March of 2017.”

      It’s absolutely amazing to me how this is any kind of a surprise to anyone. Read my link above about the great hazard presented by the once “conspiracy theory” but now proven to exist ECHELON system which has LONG been in existence.

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    • Bill Henslee says:

      One has to wonder what would have happened if the Judge had been allowed, or even encouraged, to continue his reporting on this spying on the Trump campaign when it was in its infancy and before the top levels of DOJ including the FBI were so compromised that they had to protect themselves (eg, regarding Trump’s election: Peter Stroczh email, “…We can’t let that happen.”

      It has been my thought all along that the phrase “we can’t let that happen” from the get-go was not meant that the Deep State conspirators were going to save America, but that their actions going forward were simply meant to protect themselves and their careers.

      Wouldn’t it be nice to find out what kind of pressure was put on Fox and by whom to kill Napolitano’s reporting. He obviously had some good sources and could possibly exposed this plot months before the news started trickling out. My guess is that Napolitano might have been spied upon as well as threatened since he has never gone to the well on that story since, even after his reporting has proved out as truthful.

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      • spoogels says:

        The Murdochs did not want to antagonize the UK as they had a huge UK merger/deal on the cards.
        They probably got alarm phone calls from the UK telling them to pull it


        • spoogels says:

          Also read the comments at the end of the Telegraph article. You dont need a subscription I think. Some are very insightful. Most are pro Trump


  5. icestation3 says:

    Neo-Marxists (progressives) are in almost complete control of intelligence agencies on both sides of the Atlantic. Theresa May is a neo-Marxist so you ain’t getting the truth from her.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Sneaky Pete says:

      Neo-marxists are in control of nearly every systemically important institution in the West, and thus control the Establishment. That’s how it’s supposed to work. If we ever win the institutions back (long shot), we’ll control the Establishment again and nearly everyone and everything. That’s what the winners do. It’s what winning means. The fact that nearly everyone and everything is against us isn’t a fault, it’s a feature of our own system.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Jederman says:

        A good way toward winning them back is to EXPOSE their corruption, in no uncertain terms, and let the cards fall where they may.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Bendix says:

          I have been praying hard this last month or so, that the wicked will be exposed.
          Sometimes these things are already out there, but people didn’t see them because they weren’t ready to look.
          I’m surprised at this appearing in Yahoo News, but then I’m not.
          Praise God.

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  6. John says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to all at CTH from yet another Brit.

    Some harsh words on this thread about my country but sadly most of them are accurate. Our democratic vote for Brexit has been twisted and broken to such an extent that we will in future be even worse off than if we had stayed in. You are lucky to have the only President in history to have a fighting chance of keeping your country safe and strong in a crazy world. No one else would have the balls to try it. May God grant him strength for the challenges which still lie ahead.

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  7. Doug Amos says:

    A bit off topic but somewhat related, the Canadian government announced yesterday a reduction in business taxes and an increase in biz incentives they said was precipitated by the actions of President Trump. Also, as S D stated a few days ago, the Caravan no longer makes the news in foreign papers. Business, intelligence and foreign affairs share the same bed, worldwide; only President Trump refuses to sleep in it.

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  8. Suzanne says:

    I think he should out them all… every granular detail of their participation. I am now, and always have been a scorched earth kind of girl. I hope our most wonderful President is of the same mind set

    Liked by 15 people

    • G. Combs says:

      President Trump hits back twice as hard. Remember they tried to entrap Trump jr with Natasha ( Natalia Veselnitskaya) That was clearly a set-up with meeting with Fusion GPS. just before and after the Trump Tower meeting. Now Mueller is trying to entrap the Trumps with a perjury trap involving that set-up.

      Do you really think that President Trump is going to let these B@$T@RD$ off the hook?

      The next general election in the United Kingdom is scheduled to be held on May 5, 2022,

      HOWEVER that is not set in stone.

      “Morgan Stanley says UK ‘Likely’ will face fresh general election in 2018..

      “Likely” that Britain will have a general election in 2018 as rifts in the Tory government intensify, according to Morgan Stanley. “With a minority government torn over Europe and facing a divisive choice between ‘taking back control’ and maintaining close links, we see another early election…”

      When will the next UK General Election be held?
      This would mean the date of the next General Election in the UK would fall on 7 May 2020. It is possible for a fixed term parliament to be brought down and the date to change….


      No wonder the Brits are scared Schiffless! president Trump’s revelations of the Brits interference in our elections could have a major impact on THEIR ELECTIONS if he times it just right. 😁😉

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      • Carrie2 says:

        G. Combs, thank you for the sad no longer real England and we are now allowing the camel’s nose under the tent. Why? Because so many are still not aware of the dangers of the people of the Qu’Ran actually have only one goal which is the same as in England and elsewhere in the EU. Lauding the building of their horrid “churches” here makes me angry. I prefer we gather then all up and return each and every one of them back to the ME and let them do what they want there but no longer here. We now have sharia areas. Why? This is not for real Americans but for real we hate you and will eventually take over your country is their plan. They don’t do abortion but keep pushing so many here into abortion while they propagate like cockroaches!

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Theresa May should expose the deep state within Britain and re-commit to working with Pres Trump. Let the chips fall where they May (pardon the pun).


      • spoogels says:

        You DON’T want Corbyn as UK PM.


    • BobInFL says:

      Agreed – out them all. Ms. May has known all along so all the goblly-gook around keeping her out of the loop is all CYA for the Brit governmental types to keep their jobs and the whole house of cards to stay up…..let the cards fall where they may….and if so I expect May will fall.


  9. saywhat64 says:

    Big Ugily MOAB incoming just in time for Christmas…

    Liked by 6 people

  10. TigerBear says:

    Expose them President Trump. Remember…..behind the scenes Great Britian (UK) has never settled their dispute with us since we won our Independence and have hoped to regain or destroy this Great Nation. Now we know just how far our so called ally will go to take us down. 😳

    Liked by 7 people

  11. AKM says:

    Like many here from this side of the Atlantic, I found it utterly dreadful that UK intel was involved in Spygate. As many have pointed out, the information has been available for a long time already, but its good it starts to be published in places like the Telegraph. However, although it is a conservative paper, and pro Brexit, much of the Telegraph is very Never Trump. It will be interesting to see how the spin on this evolves.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. Successful Loser says:

    Transparency is a key to the 21st Century. President Trump practices what others should follow.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. Jenny R. says:

    These became unredacted a while back, very interesting reading:
    After wading through it, no wonder the media didn’t make a big deal about it, and Putin didn’t want it out (even though it was kept back when it shouldn’t have been in the first place).
    I think at this point it might be very enlightening to see a lot of communications between Clinton and all European leaders, both Clintons. They seemed to get on very well.

    As for Britain (and the EU): the last 70 odd years have proven to us — the Marshall Plan could never stop because these European countries couldn’t maintain themselves without it. At this point, their entire civilizational structure is dependent upon that maintenance — they will try to get rid of anyone who they see as threatening it. By they I mean the European elites (this includes Britain and Russia) — they have to keep some sort of Cold War paradigm in place or they risk losing everything….and by everything I mean their personal little worlds; they don’t give a fig about the proles. The more things stay the same…
    I’m beginning to wonder if their migrant problem wasn’t manufactured to keep the gravy train rolling as much as anything.

    Liked by 4 people

    • WSB says:

      These invading armies were indeed manufactured. Ask Angela Merkel and the Kalergi Society.


      Liked by 2 people

    • JohninMK says:

      Here in the Britain the Marshall Plan was not a gift, it was a loan with interest (bankers back in those days would have cut off a hand rather than forgo interest) probably compounded as well. We finally paid it off in 1999. So it stopped nearly 20 years ago.

      Part of the problem we all face was your ancestors ceding control of money issuance in the US to a private company, the Fed, owned then and now mainly by the overlords of Europe. Every $ issued is with interest to the Fed secured against the US tax take. The biggest and most profitable skimming racket in human existence. Until you get that back you are debt slaves just like us in Europe. Yours and our ‘freedom’ is basically a very carefully cultivated. myth.

      Liked by 4 people

      • amanda4321 says:

        Yes, we are all debt slaves. Ellen Brown explains it in her book http://www.webofdebt.com/
        We’re debt slaves to private central bankers who print “money” out of thin air and loan it to us with interest. Maybe Trump will free us from the Fed.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Suzanne says:

          I was in high school when JFK was shot. Up until about 3 years ago it never made any sense to me and the Warren Report was obviously garbage from day 1. However, about 3 years ago I was reading a list of all the presidential EOs since their beginning and somewhere in the bowels of that article was the statement that JFK was in the process of EO-ing the Fed out of existence when he was killed. Then it all made sense.

          Liked by 1 person

      • Jenny R. says:

        But your need for American welfare has not stopped — and yes, I do realize that it is a system that benefits the bastiges that rule us all.
        So maybe it’s time to throw off the bastiges, eh?

        In the link I provided it does imply that election meddling was something that the Clintons were most engaged in…in Russia (with Yeltsin’s hearty approval, since he was the one they were meddling for). Ol’ Bill took the Russians for quite the ride; I wonder who got the money (besides the Clintons)?
        And all while the Russian people starved during those years…
        Yet, here we all are.


  14. It’s always been Trump against the World.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      Seneca, and we who will not give up our Republic. Together with our President we must fight and win, so it is really we real Americans, of which Trump is one of us, must realize we all are against those countries/peoples who continue hating us. Justice will be had and they will continuing losing and I do feel sorry that so many of their citizens will continue to be suffering from their “lords of the Middle Ages” controlling them more and more.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Brant says:

    20 years ago, Trump would have been JFKd by now. Besides getting info to us, his constant tweets may be his insurance policy. A sort of active **** man’s switch. Note: I don’t want to use the **** word in the same sentence as Trump.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Talk about absolute courage and fearlessness- here is Katie Hopkins speech at Restoration weekend. By far the best thing I’ve seen and heard in a long time. Quite inspiring for patriots the world over.


    Liked by 5 people

  17. George1 says:

    The mission NATO was founded for is no longer needed. It hasn’t been needed in a very long time. By doing things to provoke Russia in Eastern Europe the powers that be try to maintain a reason for NATO. Russia has more to fear from NATO than the other way around.

    The CIA and their NATO counterparts went so far as to overthrow the government in the Ukraine and install one hostile to Russia. That gambit backfired on them. How could the CIA and the other NATO intelligence agencies think that Putin would not move to secure the Black Sea Fleet in the event of a hostile government installed in the Ukraine?

    Liked by 7 people

    • smartyjones1 says:

      Putin’s fascination with bringing back Stalin and decrying the loss of the Soviet Union is co-mingled by the fight for freedom here and in Ukraine. Russia autocracy fears any independent Western-leaning government in Ukraine is a predecessor to an infection spreading inside Russia.

      The excuses from the mob running Russia never cease nor will they.

      Liked by 1 person

      • JohninMK says:

        Putin is no different from any other leader looking back, often with regret, at the Empire their country no longer controls. Our British Government, certainly the Civil Service, can’t seem to handle the reality that we are a second/third rate country up to its ears in debt. Once the US Empire is over no doubt future Presidents will do the same.

        As to Ukraine. They left the Russian Empire at the same time as Poland and the others but look at the differences now. They are successful and Ukraine is a basket case. Ukraine kept the Soviet ways of governance, they embraced Western ideas. Ukraine is probably by far the most corrupt developed country ruled by political/oligarch gangs now in dire trouble as the easy loans from Russia are over and the EU and especially the IMF are getting their pound of flesh.

        Most Russians seem to be pleased to have got rid of their responsibility for Ukraine whilst regretting, protecting to an extent, the ‘Russians’ in the east of the country. They have certainly welcomed millions of them fleeing the chaos now there.

        All countries seem to be ruled by a ‘mob’ or ‘deep state’.

        Liked by 2 people

        • amanda4321 says:

          Yes, IMO, almost all nations are ruled by a deep state, and I believe the controllers of the deep state are the central bank–when you have the power to create currency out of thin air, of course you are going to end up owning everything, especially when it’s been going on for centuries.

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    • yucki says:

      A kinda kinky article: An Iranian interviews Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Form about the future of NATO. This is a translation into English of excerpts from the official daily newspaper, Iran.

      NATO In a New Era

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  18. Max Tadpol says:


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  19. TomA says:

    Trump is fully aware of the depth and severity of UK & Ausy complicity in the Spygate caper. Public exposure will not change that, but it will formally damage the reputations of those governments and further put them at a disadvantage with respect to US relations. May has been grovelling before the EU council in regard to Brexit and now must do so again with Trump on trade issues. The UK hasn’t been this weakened since 1940.

    The big reveal in Spygate is that it began in 2015 (not July 2016) with the illegal intrusion into the NSA database for political opposition research, and has been a large scale political subversion operation from the very beginning. The modus operandi was repeated use of entrapment ploys in order to compromise Trump campaign officials. Papadopoulos was on the receiving ends of numerous such stings, executed by Maltese, UK, Ausy, & Israeli agents. Also targeted were Carter Page, Sam Clovis, and (shockingly) going after Trump’s son in the infamous June 9th meeting. This was always about creating crimes rather than investigating them.

    Dozens of high level officials in the Obama Administration committed numerous Class I felonies in managing and executing this unprecedented crime spree by persons in a position of trust. If this story were to be fully revealed, there is no way the FBI can continue in it’s current form. The reputation damage would be too great. That is the essence of the current dilemma and is why Mueller is continuing to run interference. In theory, if this drags on long enough, the public will lose sufficient interest to allow a coverup without much blowback on current politicians.

    Liked by 4 people

    • bluebongo says:

      Exactly. The violation of US statutes to gain fraudulent T-1 wiretaps that enabled the entire intelligence apparatus against a candidate and then sitting President is felonious at best, and treasonous at worst. It matters not the political party of the targeted, this violated the core of our democracy and should shake all Americans to their roots. The entire DOJ and subsidiary three letters should be turned to ashes and a new intelligence system built from the ground up. It’s the only way to restore our faith and our “allies” faith in the republic.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Concerned says:

      It seems clear that those who call themselves elite are doing their best to prevent this attempted coup from becoming publicly viewable. But, the shear size of this coup is making it difficult. Think about the people and the organizations that must be involved to include: DOJ, FBI, CIA, NSA, MI6, etc. The former President of the United States, Potential members of the Supreme court. The list goes on and on.

      Mueller, was put into place in order to prevent portions of this coup from surfacing, never to find Russia Collusion.

      Now, you are the new setting President of the United States and all of this begins to surface. What would you do? Put them all into jail, Take out the key payers one by one and do what with them, etc.

      Considering what President Trump must be dealing with – I think he is doing a great job holding it together.

      Liked by 6 people

      • spoogels says:

        If he releases the docs unclassified, Pres Trump has leverage
        The average American will be totally outraged when they read the truth
        Even some of the lefties
        If he does not release and keeps threatening he also has leverage

        But in order to get the GOP and conservatives he HAS to release and screw the Dems, the left and Obama and Hillary forever. And punish the FBI and CIA

        To hell with May
        She’s toast anyway

        Maybe Trump is waiting for the Brexit deal to be completed.
        Was it her or was it Cameron?
        I think she had to have known before she became PM-she was the Home Secretary.
        Boris knew too.
        The only problem is if the conservative govt falls and Corbyn wins, it becomes a worse nightmare for the US because he will ally with Bernie, Hilary, Obama, Trudeau.


    • WSB says:

      Just remember, Spygate is ONLY the coverup.

      Liked by 3 people

  20. Janeka says:

    Thank You for all you do Sundance.. Happy Thanksgiving and stay safe..

    Liked by 5 people

  21. Rose says:

    One thing for sure England is not our ally, hasn’t been one for a long time.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. Carrie2 says:

    And how many will know why we have a Thankgiving’s Day considering they no longer teach anything real about our country from Day 1 until today. This America was bought with hard lives and hard work and the desire to be FREE from being owned and always treated as Middle Age slaves. Sad to see that so many countries today are becoming nothings again and want us and our country to bow down and be the same with royalty and slaves. No way, Jose.

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  23. MVW says:

    ‘If you can’t win in the courts because of bent judges like John Roberts, vote them out…’

    Yeah, right. I bought that. Voted. Watched election after election stolen… in broad daylight. Disgusting. Criminal.

    Until the elections are made honest, this is a lost fight. It is a simple prescription, everyone knows these elections were ripped off & Snipes skates, hand in cookie jar. Until these criminals are charged, convicted, jailed doing hard time… back to bent courts.

    Yeah, Trump is appointing so many judges, then there is judge shopping, only takes a handful.

    There hasn’t been a single, zip, nada, none of these traitors, charged or convicted of any serious crime, except those that supported Trump, or a no name like pathetic RealityWinner. So, for Thanksgiving I find thanks not looking towards the future, or crooked Pols-Puppets of Queen of England or whoever elites are behind this sham, but in thanks for God’s Grace.

    Keep up your trust, but keep it in the hands of God because the crooks are dug in deep.

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    • lanahi says:

      Trump has 45 days from the election to bring up charges of election fraud. That’s one reason he moved so swiftly with Whitaker. They had to watch the corruption take place before they could do something about it. There are already arrests happening in Texas, California, and elsewhere. Probably some election results will be overturned, and fraud will be much more difficult by 2020.
      President Trump is here to clean out the deep state, and he keeps his promises.

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  24. OSP says:

    Kind of hard for me to accept that PT isn’t already aware of the complicity – or that the Brits (along w the other your eyes) don’t figure he knows.

    All conspiratorial players involved are practicing to sing “Protect Sources and Methods” in perfect harmony.

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  25. Bill Henslee says:

    One has to wonder what would have happened if the Judge had been allowed, or even encouraged, to continue his reporting on this spying on the Trump campaign when it was in its infancy and before the top levels of DOJ including the FBI were so compromised that they had to protect themselves (eg, regarding Trump's election: Peter Stroczh email, "…We can't let that happen."

    It has been my thought all along that the phrase "we can't let that happen" from the get-go was not meant that the Deep State conspirators were going to save America, but that their actions going forward were simply meant to protect themselves and their careers.

    Wouldn't it be nice to find out what kind of pressure was put on Fox and by whom to kill Napolitano's reporting. He obviously had some good sources and could possibly exposed this plot months before the news started trickling out.


    Bill Henslee aka Wildbill2u


    Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at 10:34 PM

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  26. snellvillebob says:

    I don’t believe for a moment she was not aware of UK involvement in our elections and the plot against now President Trump. She was made Prime Minister in July, 2016 while the dossier and fake FISA warrants were being generated with they help of UK CItizens / ex-government employees. And does anyone doubt for moment that even if she had zero involvement or knowledge that she did not ask and get (being a Prime Minister has benefits) debreifings on exactly what the UK involvement was if for no other reason than damage control.
    Once again we are being lied to.
    Its a shame that if anyone in the UK said what I just said, they would most likely be in prison tomorrow. They really need to take their country back from the globalists.

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  27. munchenfez says:

    I am an Englishman living and working abroad. I have followed DJT from the day I saw him and Melania come down the escalator in the Tower. I hope he nails the establishment scum to the wall and then humiliates them in every way possible. In my opinion they are filth who have done nothing positive for the people of my land and appear hell bent on destroying us. Please Mr. President. get the crap into the open asap.

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  28. Searkreb says:

    This makes me mad every time I read something like this.
    Why can’t he just nuke everything
    I always thought the President was privy to every bit of information that ever was.

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  29. Tim Holden says:

    The British press has just started to give coverage to these issues. Until now it has been strongly supportive of the Russian collusion story. Overall the angle is how much damage will occur if the President releases the information – nothing is mentioned of how the British colluded with the Clinton objectives. This information surfaces now to threaten British opinion with the prospect of no favourable trade negotiations with the USA after Brexit, and to stress the need to remain within the European trading bloc for safety’s sake.
    Efforts to inhibit Brexit are at their maximum. A grotesque agreement has been reached and may well fail to pass through the British Parliament. In any normal circumstance “Spygate” would bring down the feeble May government, but the revelations will be sold here as a crazed Trumpian conspiracy theory. A collusive media will probably push this angle unless it become possible that May could be brought down in such a way that an election must be called.
    If an election led to a Labour win the objective of the British media will have been achieved, so the Trump information dump introduces an interesting potential for altering the European equation. Theresa May, a treacherous and two-faced creature, is not an American ally. Many do not like her creepy fawning manner, her schoolmarm delivery, and her two-faced ways. Britain is in a sorry state. Release the documents and sink her for good, please Mr President!

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    • WSB says:

      There is a pay wall on the Telegraph link, so I read the Tahoo version but was able toread the comments on the Telegraph link. Looks like our cousins across the Pond are awakening. And one of the readers pasted a link to CTH.

      At any rate, here Is one:

      Mervyn Hagger 22 Nov 2018 10:44AM
      This story is so dark and way beyond anything Orwell ever dreamed of. This is about the conning of British and American people. What Goebells began in WWII and Sefton Delmer perfected was a game of black propaganda that was directed at enemies at physical war with each other.

      But now the dark art of perfected black propaganda is being directed by MI6 and its hidden affiliates somewhere in the English countryside against its own people and the people of the USA are supposed to be the friends of the British. This is extremely dark and as some would say, so ‘evil’ as to be beyond all understanding. But the evidence is there for all to see.

      Thanks Daily Telegraph for resurrecting this story, but Theresa May could be deeply involved in this game that fingered ‘Russia’ for a poisoning that may have originated in whatever the ‘Sefton Delmer’ branch of MI6 is called these days. As I said, this is so dark and so evil that the minds of the British and American public are being manipulated to the point of self-destruction. That is why I created mi6-sting.com but it was only by collecting enough of this stuff which I could add to previous WWII research, that this ‘other’ darker storyline began to emerge. This is not going to end well at all, for anyone.

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    • WSB says:

      And another:

      road tested 22 Nov 2018 9:44AM
      “Past British Prime Ministers have been implicated in various scandals involving wiretaps.

      gopusa.com/british-role-c… Some have involved the “Echelon” global surveillance system set up by the NSA with its counterparts in the other “Five Eyes” nations—UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. ” Any one of these countries is able to circumvent domestic laws against spying on their own citizens by asking another Echelon member country to do it for them. This is precisely the “wiretap shell game” used by the Obama administration to have British GCHQ spy on Trump, as outlined by Judge Napolitano and his sources.” To avoid unraveling the longstanding Five Eyes spying “wiretap shell game,” the GCHQ had to pretend they “routinely” came across this Trump-Russia wiretap data “by chance,” …


      • SJM says:


        Stalin Admitted Knowledge Of English, Roosevelt’s Son Says
        RICK HAMPSON February 6, 1986

        NEW YORK (AP) _ Josef Stalin claimed that he used a secret understanding of English to his advantage during World War II conferences with Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, Roosevelt’s son says.

        In an article in Parade magazine, Elliott Roosevelt also said that Stalin told him in a post-war interview that he believed the president had been poisoned by members of the British prime minister’s ″gang.″

        He wrote that Stalin told him in late 1946 that his mother, Eleanor Roosevelt, was barred from the Soviet Union because she had refused to allow Soviet diplomats to see FDR’s body after his death in 1945….MORE



        The Irregulars: Roald Dahl and the British Spy Ring in Wartime Washington
        By Jennet Conant

        Now in paperback, and following her extraordinary, bestselling, and much-acclaimed accounts of the most guarded secrets of the Second World War, here is a rollicking true story of spies, politicians, journalists, and intrigue in the highest circles of Washington during the tumultuous days of World War II.

        When Roald Dahl, a dashing young wounded RAF pilot, took up his post at the British Embassy in 1942, his assignment was to use his good looks, wit, and considerable charm to gain access to the most powerful figures in American political life. Better than any spy fiction, The Irregulars is a fascinating, lively account of deceit, double dealing, and moral ambiguity—all in the name of victory. Richly detailed and carefully researched, Conant’s masterful narrative is based on never-before-seen wartime letters, diaries, and interviews.


        “A fascinating glimpse of the intrigue and spying inside the British-American alliance in wartime Washington.” — Ben Bradlee

        “Jennet Conant’s new book is pure pleasure. Immensely intelligent and entertaining, with a narrative so strongly fashioned it reads, and compels, like the best fiction. All the complexities of friends spying on friends, yet as good a weekend companion as you’ll find this year.” — Alan Furst, author of The Spies of Warsaw

        “With grace and insight and an unerring eye for the telling human detail, Jennet Conant has given us an entertaining and enlightening account of a long-forgotten but essential chapter of the Second World War: the British espionage operations based in Washington during those epic days. By recovering Roald Dahl, the man at the center of seemingly everything, and placing him and his shadowy work in historical context, Conant has shed fresh light on the complexities and contradictions of the ‘special relationship’ between Roosevelt and Churchill and their nations. This is a terrific tale — and it’s all true, proving anew that history trumps even the most vivid fiction.” — Jon Meacham, author of Franklin and Winston: An Intimate Portrait of an Epic Friendship

        Product details
        Paperback: 416 pages
        Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Reprint edition (September 8, 2009)
        Language: English
        ISBN-10: 0743294599
        ISBN-13: 978-0743294591

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        • WSB says:

          Thank you for all of these excerpts and reviews.

          There is obviously a lot of work to do in understanding what we are witnessing in this chapter of history.


          • yucki says:

            Stalin was paranoid, Eliot was pushing a story. (Now Stalin’s stroke may well have been induced, given the timing…)

            “That Roosevelt died of a stroke is undisputed. But what caused it is a medical mystery that has persisted to this day, a mystery heightened by the secrecy in which he, his aides and his doctors always insisted on shrouding his health.”

            He may have known some English, but any diplomat worth his salt would’ve been careful about that.
            Putin knows enough English to talk with Bibi without interpreters, though he’s far from fluent.

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    • swampratterrier says:

      Is May a lesbian?


    • spoogels says:

      Be careful for what you wish. If she falls Corbyn will be PM and a worse lefty POS viper you couldnt imagine.
      He met with Hamas, Hezbollah terrorists in Tunisia and laid wreaths at some site for fallen terrorists.
      He will ally with Hillary, Obama, Trudeau and the left.


  30. dallasdan says:

    “All of the activity described within the article outlines a significant sense of concern, within the highest elements of U.K. government, that President Trump will discover how far they went to see him eliminated in the 2016 presidential election.

    Of course none of this is surprising.”

    Indeed, and May is in it up to her bloody lips. The article implies there is more to be discovered. I am confident the President knows all about the plot, including the identities and roles of the principal co-conspirators. Taking down May and her cabal would, at the least, facilitate achieving the hard Brexit the British voting populace made clear they wanted, and to which she has been adamantly opposed.

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  31. I believe that the President is well read on everything that they did to conspire against him. This is why he has no qualms with tightening the screws.

    Liked by 3 people

  32. Thomas Holsinger says:

    The British govt. is worried that further publicity will bring its interference in American elections to the attention of the American public. It is already known that they did it.

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  33. Lactantius says:

    Our current world began in the immediate aftermath of World War II in Europe. “The winter of 1947 was the worst ever recorded. Across Europe, water services, sewage disposal, and most other essential amenities collapsed; food supplies dwindled and coal reserves slumped to an all-time low as miners struggled to operate winding-gear which was frozen solid. A slight thaw was followed by a further freeze-up, locking canals and roads under a thick layer of ice. In Britain, unemployment rose by one million in two months. The government and industry stalled in the snow and ice. Life itself seemed to freeze: more than four million sheep and 30,000 cattle died. Allied occupation governments in France, Germany, Austria and Italy struggled to cope with the thirteen million people who were displaced, homeless, demobilized. The swelling ranks of Allied personnel arriving in the occupied territories exacerbated the problem. More and more people were turned out of their homes, to join those already sleeping in halls, stairways, cellars, and bombsites.” [Who Paid the Piper? The CIA and the Cultural Cold War, by Frances Stonor]

    The US spent $15 Billion (5% of its GDP) a year from 1948 to 1952 in the Marshall Plan. The money was spent on the CIA to keep Russia from expanding in Europe and rebuilding the infrastructure of “free” Europe. The Marshall Plan accounted for less than 3 percent of the combined national incomes of the countries that received them. By the time of the plan’s last year, 1952, economic growth in the countries that had received funds had surpassed pre-war levels.

    Europe grew and prospered and the CIA and European agencies tracking Communist Russia grew apace. We kept our secrets and we share some secrets. Unquestionably, western Europe adopted a great deal of socialism as a “cushion” for unemployment and to house and care for those designated as “needy” according to the actuarial tables created by state crunchers of numbers.

    What took root near 75 years ago has grown more than three generations of ever higher expectations for less self reliance and more assured security. And the spying continues with friendlies spying on friendlies and the forces of globalism and money streams deep in the mix.

    It is a fool’s errand to attempt to simply what constitutes global relationships. England of Germany is no less conscious of its risks and opportunities than is any other country. Russia has turned back toward totalitarianism and the EU autocrats are largely unsympathetic toward nationalism in Europe.

    President Donald J. Trump is an “unknowable” and existential threat to the movers and shakers across the globe. Some oppose him out of general fear that he is a “disrupter” of what passes as the status quo. Others see him as a short-lived disturbance and they are biding their time. Nonetheless, tariffs have immediate and consequential results. And major money currents prefer to operate as out of sight as possible. Europe understands, Napoleon, Hitler, and empire building. It is very much confused by unbridled capitalism. The states of Europe in 2018 have had the same boundaries longer than at any time in their history. No one country has had more effect on the world since the Roman Empire than the United States has today.

    They spy. We spy. We know they know and they know we know. It is a stylized, over dramatized, back and forth. President Donald J. Trump has just thrown a stink bomb into the mix over letting the Crown Prince off the hook. Call it shadow boxing or Kabuki or what ever you like, the game of leverage is played in myriad ways.

    We have moved so far beyond 1947 that leaders are beginning to believe that their concept of “status quo” is actually fine tuning humanity. That is the point when the human species becomes the most dangerous.

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  34. James W Crawford says:

    In an effort to help people understand the ongoing tetonic shift in global politics, I recommend reading this book by Peter Zeihan:

    I also recommend the sequel:

    The essential truth is that the Brenton Woods free trade regime that has been extant since World War Two was created by the US as a bribe to persuade our so called allies to stand against the Soviet Union. This network of entangling alliances which George Washington warned us about no longer serves US intersts. The Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact are no more. The Berlin wall fell in 1989 and the Soviet Union imploded a few years later. Russia is no longer the USSR bolstered by its Eastern European vassals that can challenge the US economically or militarily nor does Russia pose a credible threat to Europe. It is no longer rational for America to allow foreign counties free access to its markets much less risk nuclear war to guarentee their defense.

    The essential truth that the Cold War is over was obscurred by Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait. The US needed at least the acquiesence of its allies if not support to eject Iraq from Kuwait to ensure that Iraq did not then conquer Saudi Arabia and thus secure a near monopoly on exportable oil which inevitably would have financed a formidable nuclear arsenal.. The US might not have intervened rather than acquisce to Saddam Hussien’s conquest as then US Ambassadore to Iraq had suggested if not for the fact that America was heavily dependant on imported oil.

    The US paid a terrible price for intervening in the Iraq vs Kuwait-Saudi Arabia conflict on September 11 2001 when terrorists from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, our alleged allies, killed over 3,000 Americans by employing hijacked airliners as near nuclear weapons. This attack provoked the war on terror and the Bush adminstration’s misoverestimation of Saddam Hussein’s efforts to reconstitute his WMD program. The US dependance on foreign oil deterred direct retaliation against Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. The “Bush Lied, People Died” political meme galvanized opposition to any further preemptive action against terror supporting Islamic states seeking nuclear weapons. As a result, the emerging secular democracy in Pakistan has reverted to Islamic theocracy and has massively expanded its formidiable nuclear arsenal. North Korea has obtained nuclear weapons and Iran is on the nuclear threshold. Over two dozen countries who have the technology and industrial infrastructure to build nuclear weapons, including South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, Germany and even Sweden, are now contemplating going nuclear.

    Frakking has liberated the US from its dependance on foreign oil. As a result the US has the option of reverting to its historic foreign policy of neoisolationism. Neoisolationis would enable the US to avoid confrontations that are becoming increasingly likely to escalate to nuclear warfare.

    Our so called allies, including Germany and Great Britain, are terrified by the possibility that President Trump, who obviously recognizes the realities outlined above, will abandon them.

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  35. StanH says:

    Not surprising. But it will be fun to watch the CYA. These globalist creatures are attempting to pull off the biggest con in the history of mankind, “but a funny thing happened on the way to the forum.” The election of President Trump.

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  36. rayvandune says:

    I have another theory about why British intel might want to keep PM May in the dark: what MI-6 does to help the CIA undercut a leader that threatens them, the CIA can do back to return the favor, no? If Brexit happens, probably intel work is gonna become more like… well, work again, instead of just swapping juicey blackmail bits building dossiers with your EU buddies?! Ever wonder why all we hear about May is how she’s gonna get the chop day after tomorrow FOR SURE THIS time, but it never seems to happen?! Probably as many in the London bog want her gone, as want Trump disposed of in the DC swamp!

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  37. truthbomb says:

    Waiting for the “Obama Colluded with the UK, Australia, New Zealand and RUSSIA!” headline but I am not holding my breath.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. JX says:

    The fact the UK government is “concerned” is an admission of guilt, an admission that mandates full disclosure.

    Liked by 3 people

    • distracted2 says:

      Yeah, the concern is an attempt to soften the blow because they “know” the youknowwhat is going to hit the fan.


    • Concerned says:

      UK is involve. Steele was an active MI-6 agent at the time of the Dossier document construction and distribution. The the Gate Way Pundit has stated that Steele visited an active UK station in America during this same time frame. Only, active agents visit active stations. I could go on and on but their is no point to it. They were/are involved.

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  39. distracted2 says:

    It’s my opinion this article is simply obfuscation directed toward anyone who has had his head in the sand the past two years. T

    For everyone else, this is not news. President Trump has known for at least two years and Theresa May has known for that long or longer. The powers that be in the UK just want everyone else to think she was kept in the dark so she can deny it.

    Why else would it be published by Yahoo? It’s not exactly the bastion of truth.


  40. Jake says:

    The vehement pushback from the UK on President Trump’s inevitable release of the unredacted FISA tells me this isn’t about compromising ‘intelligence methods’. It is so much bigger. This has to be involving a Prime Minister. And that Prime Minister is the Barack Obama/ Hillary Clinton confidante David Cameron.
    The spying on Trump was all set up prior to Brexit, in 2015-early 2016. George PapaD has been explaining that all the Brits he came into contact with were violently opposed to Brexit, including someone in the British govt who told PapaD to relay a message from Cameron to tell Trump to stop talking about Brexit. And that Cameron was furious.
    The spying on Trump involves authorization from the top of the British government, Cameron, in coordination with the top of the US government, Obama. This could be acknowledged in the FISA to make the case for surveillance on the Trump campaign due to bogus Russian collusion.

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  41. OSP says:

    Interesting tweet from Papadop:

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Yy4u says:

    In other words, Donald Trump is resisting continuing to be Europe’s army and piggy bank. This makes him a huge danger to the establishes norm since we saved their sorry posteriors in the 1940’s only to a) have Germany take over them anyway and then b) turn the place over to a bunch of Muslims in the 20teens.

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  43. G. Combs says:

    “… Together with our President we must fight and win, so it is really we real Americans, of which Trump is one of us, must realize we all are against those countries/peoples who continue hating us….”

    What people continue to over look is the fact President Trump and his win is an outcome of the Tea Party Movement back in 2009-2010 that was killed off by TPTB (or so they thought.)

    The biggest problem for the Tea Party is we did not have a STRONG LEADER.

    In that context, I find this e-mail from Bill Ivey of Global Cultural Strategies to John Podesta humorous.

    From:bi@globalculturalstrategies… [Bill Ivey]
    To: john.podesta@….
    Date: 2016-03-13 17:06
    Subject: From Bill Ivey

    Well, we all thought the big problem for our US democracy was Citizens United/Koch Brothers big money in politics. Silly us; turns out that money isn’t all that important if you can conflate entertainment with the electoral process. Trump masters TV, TV so-called news picks up and repeats and repeats to death this opinionated blowhard and his hairbrained ideas, free-floating discontent attaches to a seeming strongman and we’re off and running….

    And as I’ve mentioned, we’ve all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly. This problem demands some serious, serious thinking – and not just poll driven, demographically-inspired messaging.

    And no Bill, we are NOT an unaware and compliant citizenry. While the 2010 Blair-Rockefeller poll had ‘I gottcha racist questions confounded with a desire for small government** The poll did find some interesting facts about the Tea Party.

    “…10.6% of the national poll defined themselves as Tea Party members….

    Though the unemployment rate of Tea Party members is less than the national average, Tea Party members seem to feel that their situations are going to get worse. This “fear of falling” has driven them to become politically engaged as voters and politically knowledgeable…

    Nearly half of Tea Party members (49.9%) are middle class, with an annual household income of 40 to 100K, another 13.9% make over 100K. Tea Party members are less likely to fall below the poverty level than Non-Tea Party members. The majority (65.3%) of Tea Party members have some college training, with 27.5 % having earned a Bachelor’s Degree or higher….

    Moreover, only 7.2 % of Tea Party members have less than a high school education, as compared to 13.4 % of Non-Tea Party members. Only 8.6 % of Tea Party members are not working because they have either been laid off temporarily or have lost their job and are looking for work, compared to 10.7% of Non-Tea Party members….

    In three specific categories, Tea Party Members significantly distinguish themselves from Non-Tea Party members.

    First, Tea Party Members report voting in record numbers during the 2010 mid-term elections…

    This mass turnout among Tea Party members may account for the substantial media coverage that this relatively small movement has experienced.

    A second contributing factor may be the political knowledge demonstrated by Tea Party supporters. When asked a battery of “political sophistication” questions—factual questions about the contemporary government—Tea Party members outperformed Non-Tea Party members repeatedly…

    Finally, Tea Party Members share a pessimistic view of the future….”


    ** A battery of ‘racist’ questions starting with:

    “Do you think it is the responsibility of the federal government to make sure that minorities have…”
    A few on Obama and two agree/disagree:

    “Our society should do whatever is necessary to make sure that everyone has an equal opportunity to succeed.”
    ” We have gone too far in pushing equal rights in this country?”
    ALL these questions were specifically designed to take advantage of the Tea Party’s small government objective and equate it with RACISM.


    • G. Combs says:

      “…10.6% of the national poll defined themselves as Tea Party members….”

      This is also interesting because in a 2010 Rasmussen Reports Three-Way Generic Ballot they found:

      Democratic — 36%
      Tea Party —- 23%
      Republican — 18%
      Not sure —– 22%

      That gives you only 54% committed to the ‘Uniparty’ and ‘Republicans’ preferring the Tea Party if given a choice.


  44. Bob says:

    Time to blow a lid off of the entire corrupt globalist cabal. It is not a matter of national security to protect these foreign criminals, even if they are so closed allies.


  45. Curt says:

    Donald Trump knows full well that the British and the Australian security service were being used by the FBI/CIA and the State Department to frame him. He was ready to blow the lid off the whole thing, but changed his mind after receiving calls and “talking” to officials from both of those governments. I’ll bet anything he got something in the way of future assurances in return. Donald Trump is NO fool…. no matter what the real “fools” in the media try to say.


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