Trump vs. The Military Industrial Complex: Military Coup Danger Escalates
At this week’s Labor Day conference, President Trump threw down the gauntlet in opposition to the Anglo American military industrial complex when both inspired hope in many onlookers that the age of America’s “endless wars” might finally come to an end, but also fear that an emergence Military Coup danger was nigh. This danger was enunciated by State Senator Richard Black (a former Colonel and intelligence officer) during a September 5 conference.
In his powerful speech which won the ire of top Pentagon brass, Trump called for finally bringing America’s troops home, and ending the “endless wars” saying:
“I’m not saying the military is in love with me; the soldiers are. The top people in the Pentagon probably aren’t, because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs, and make the planes, and make everything else, stay happy. But we’re getting out of the endless wars…. Let’s bring our soldiers back home.”
For those devout Trump haters who are unwilling to accept the possibility that there has been an active coup run against the President for the past 3.5 years, or that the oncoming economic meltdown (unleashed under the cover of COVID-19) and general civil war danger within the USA might usher in a coup d’etat… think again.
The fact is that America has come closer than many think to total military dictatorship under Wall Street/London controls on more than one occasion, and unless the lessons of history are quickly internalized, then not only will this happen again, but it will accompany a new world war from which very few lives rich or poor would be spared. (continue reading)
“The only thing new in this world is the history we don’t know” – Huey P. Long
Trump is the first president to call out the Military Industrial Complex since Eisenhower
The general public is not aware that FDR had an assassination attempt on his life in 1932; the New Deal was a war against the bankers
What was going on in the 20s is very similar to what is going on today
Understanding Glass Steagall
The British Empire has never left America
Who was Smedley Butler?
The ultimate plan for the World
How does the COVID crisis play into all this?
Matthew Ehret with many thought provoking ideas coupled with great history that few of us know, September 23, 2020