are clear signs that the Neocons running the AngloZionist Empire and
it’s “deep state” are in a state of near panic and their actions are
indicating that they are truly terrified.
The home front
the home front, the Neocons have resorted to every possible dirty trick
on the book to try to prevent Donald Trump from ever getting into the
White House: they have
organized riots and demonstrations (some paid by Soros money)
encouraged the supporters of Hillary to reject the outcome of the elections (“not my President”)
tried to threaten the Electors and make them either cast a vote for Hillary or not vote at all
tried to convince Congress to refuse the decision of the Electoral College and
are now trying to get the elections annulled on the suspicion that the
(apparently almighty) Russian hackers have compromised the election
outcome (apparently even in states were paper ballots were used) and
stolen it in favor of Trump.
is truly an amazing development, especially considering how Hillary
attacked Trump for not promising to recognize the outcome of the
elections. She specifically said that Trump’s lack of guarantees to
recognize the outcome would threaten the very basis of the stability of
the US political system and now she, and her supporters, are doing
everything in their power to do just that, to throw the entire electoral
process into a major crisis with no clear path towards resolution. Some
say that the Democrats are risking a civil war. Considering that
several key Republican Congressmen have said they do support the notion
of an investigation into the “Russian hackers” fairytale, I submit that
the Republicans are doing exactly the same thing, that this is not a
Democrat vs Republican issue, but a “deep state vs The People of the
Most experts agree that
none of these tactics are going to work. So this begs the question of
whether the Neocons are stupid, whether they think that they can succeed
or what their true objective is.
guess is that first and foremost what is taking place now is what always
happens when the Neocons run into major trouble: they double down,
And again. And again. That is
one of the key characteristics of their psychological make-up: they
cannot accept defeat or, even less so, that they were wrong, so each
time reality catches up to their ideological delusions, they
automatically double-down. Still, they might rationalize this behavior
by a combination of hopes that maybe one of these tricks will work, with
the strong urge to do as much damage to President-Elect Trump before he
actually assumes his office. I would never underestimate the vicious
vindictiveness of these people.
is rather encouraging is Trump’s reaction to all this: after apparently
long deliberations he decided to nominate Rex Tillerson as his
Secretary of State. From a Neocon point of view, if General Michael
Flynn was bad, then Tillerson was truly an apocalyptic abomination: the
man actually had received the order of “Friend of Russia” from the hands of Vladimir Putin himself!
Vladimir Putin and Rex Tillerson
Trump not realize how provocative this nomination was and how it would
be received by the Neocons? Of course he did! That was, on his part, a
totally deliberate decision. If so, then this is a very, very good sign.
might be mistaken, but I get the feeling that Trump is willing to
accept the Neocon challenge and that he will fight back. For example,
his reaction to the CIA accusations about Russian hackers was very
telling: he reminded everybody that “these are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction”. I think that it is now a safe bet to say that as soon as Trump take control heads will roll at the CIA.
is it not amazing that the CIA is offering its opinion about some
supposed Russian hacking during the elections in the USA? Since when
does the CIA have any expertise on what is going on inside the USA? I
thought the CIA was only a foreign intelligence agency. And since when
does the CIA get involved in internal US politics? Yes, of course, savvy
observers of the USA have always known that the CIA was a key player in
US politics, but now the Agency apparently does not even mind
confirming this openly. I don’t think that Trump will have the guts and
means to do so but, frankly, he would be much better off completely
dissolving the CIA. Of course, that could get Trump killed – messing
with the Fed and the CIA are two unforgivable crimes in the USA – but
then again Trump is already very much at risk anyway, so he might as
well strike first].
One the external front
the external front, the big development is the liberation of Aleppo by
Syrian forces. In that case again, the Neocons tried to double-down:
they made all sorts of totally unsubstantiated claims about executions
and atrocities while the BBC, always willing to pick up the correct
line, published an article about how much the situation in Aleppo is similar to what took place in Srebrenica.
Of course, there is one way in which the events in Aleppo and
Srebrenica are similar: in both cases the US-backed Takfiris lost and
were defeated by government forces and in both cases the West unleashed a
vicious propaganda war to try to turn the military defeat of its
proxies into a political victory for itself. In any case, the last-ditch
propaganda effort failed and preventing the inevitable and Aleppo was
Empire did score one success: using the fact that the most foreign
forces allied to the Syrians (Hezbollah, Iranian Pasdaran, Russian
Spetsnaz, etc.) were concentrated around Aleppo, the US-backed Takfiris
succeeded in breaking the will of the Syrians, many of whom apparently
fled in panic, and first surrounded and then eventually reoccupied
Palmyra. This will be short lived success as I completely agree with my
friend Alexander Mercouris who says that Putin will soon liberate Palmyra once again, but until this happens the reoccupation of Palmyra is rather embarrassing for the Syrians, Iranians and Russians.
seems exceedingly unlikely to me that the Daesh movement towards
Palmyra was undetected by the various Syrian, Iranian and Russian
intelligence agencies (at least once source reports
that Russian satellites did detect it) and I therefore conclude that a
deliberate decision was made to temporarily sacrifice Palmyra in order
to finally liberate Aleppo. Was that the correct call?
yes. Contrary to the western propaganda, Aleppo, not Raqqa, has always
been the real “capital” of the US backed terrorists. Raqqa is a
relatively small town: 220’000+ inhabitants versus 2’000’000+ for
Aleppo, making Aleppo about ten times larger than Raqqa. As for tiny
Palmyra, its population is 30,000+. So the choice between scrambling to
plug the holes in the Syrian defenses around Palmyra and liberating
Aleppo was a no-brainer. Now that Aleppo has been liberated, the city
has to be secured and major engineering efforts need to be made in order
to prepare it for an always possible Takfiri counter-attack. But it is
one thing to re-take a small desert town and quite another one to
re-take a major urban center. I personally very much doubt that Daesh
& Co. will ever be in control of Aleppo again. Some Neocons appear
to be so enraged by this defeat that they are now accusing Trump of “backing Iran” (I wish he did!).
tiny Palmyra was given a double-function by the Neocon propaganda
effort: to eclipse the “Russian” (it was not solely “Russian” at all,
but nevermind that) victory in Aleppo and to obfuscate the “US” (it was
not solely “US” at all, but never mind that) defeat in Mosul. A hard
task for the tiny desert city for sure and it is no wonder that this
desperate attempt also failed: the US lead coalition in Mosul still
looks just about as weak as the Russian lead coalition looks strong in
Any comparison between these
two battles is simply embarrassing for the USA: not only did the
US-backed forces fail to liberate Mosul from Daesh & Co. but they
have not even full encircled the city or even managed to penetrate
beyond its furthest suburbs. There is very little information coming out
of Mosul, but after three months of combat the entire operation to
liberate Mosul seems to be an abject failure, at least for the time
being. I sincerely hope that once Trump takes office he will finally
agree to work not only with Russia, but also with Iran, to finally get
Daesh out of Mosul. But if Trump delivers on his promise to AIPAC and
the rest of the Israel Lobby gang to continue to antagonize and threaten
Iran, the US can basically forget any hopes of defeating Daesh in Iraq.
of despair and spite, the US propaganda vilified Russia for the killing
of civilians in Aleppo while strenuously avoiding any mention of
civilian victims in Mosul. But then, the same propaganda machine which
made fun of the color of the smoke coming out of the engines of the
Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov (suggesting that she was
about to break down) had to eat humble pie when it was the US navy’s
most expensive and newest destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, which broke down
in the Panama canal and had to be immobilized, while the Kuznetsov
continued to do a very good job supporting Russian operations in Syria.
and over again, the AngloZionist propaganda machine has failed to
obfuscate the embarrassing facts on the ground and it now clearly
appears that the entire US policy for the Middle-East is in total
disarray and that the Neocons are as clueless as they are desperate.
The countdown to January 20th
is pretty obvious that the Neocon reign is coming to an end in a climax
of incompetence, hysterical finger-pointing, futile attempts at
preventing the inevitable and a desperate scramble to conceal the
magnitude of the abject failure which Neocon-inspired policies have
resulted in. Obama will go down in history as the worst and most
incompetent President in US history. As for Hillary, she will be
remembered as both the worst US Secretary of State the US and the most
inept Presidential candidate ever.
light of the fact that the Neocons always failed at everything they
attempted, I am inclined to believe that they will probably also fail at
preventing Donald Trump from being sworn in. But until January 20th, 2017 I will be holding my breath in fear of what else these truly demented people could come up with.
for Trump, I still can’t figure him out. On one hand he nominates Rex
Tillerson in what appears to be a deliberate message of defiance against
the Neocons, while on the other hand he continues to try to appease the
Israel Lobby gang by choosing a rabid Zionist of
the worst kind, David M. Friedman, as the next US ambassador to Israel.
Even worse then that, Donald Trump still does not appear to be willing
to recognize the undeniable fact that the US will never defeat Daesh as
long as the anti-Iranian stance of the Neocons is not replaced by a real
willingness to engage Iran and accept it as a partner and ally.
now the Trump rhetoric simply makes no sense: he wants to befriend
Russia while antagonizing China and he wants to defeat Daesh while
threatening Iran again. This is lunacy. Still, I am willing to give him
the benefit of the doubt, but somebody sure needs to educate him on the
geopolitical realities out there before he also end up making a total
disaster of US foreign policy.
And yet, I still have a small hope.
hope is that the latest antics of the Neocons will sufficiently
aggravate and even enrage Trump to a point where he will give up on his
futile attempts at appeasing them. Only by engaging in a systematic
policy of “de-neoconization” of the US political establishment will Trump have any hopes of “making America great again”.
If Trump’s plan is to appease the Neocons long enough from him to be
sworn in and have his men approved by Congress – fine. Then he still has
a chance of saving the USA from a catastrophic collapse, but only as
long as he remains determined to ruthlessly crack down on the Neocons
once in power. If his hope is to distract the Neocons by appeasing them
on secondary or minor issues, then his efforts are doomed and he will go
down the very same road as Obama who, at least superficially, initially
appeared to be a non-Neocon candidate and who ended up being a total
Neocon puppet (in 2008 the Neocons had placed their bets on McCain and
they only infiltrated the Obama Administration once McCain was
One way or another, we are headed for a crisis, the only open question whether the USA will come out of this crisis liberated or doomed.
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