Thursday, July 4, 2019

Trump is Puppet of Kissinger, CFR and Rothschilds, the True Architects of Russian Collusion

Source: Conspiracy School

By David Livingstone on Fri, 09/29/2017

Final scene of Being There.

Chauncey Trump

Trump can be likened to the Chauncey Gardiner character of the 1979 film Being There, a simpleton installed in power by secret puppeteers. Like Chauncey, Trump "likes to watch," and has a notorious appetite for television. Nor, like Chauncey, does he read. Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter of Trump's 1987 book The Art of the Deal told The New Yorker that in the 18 months he spent with Trump, he "never saw a book on Trump’s desk, or elsewhere in his office, or in his apartment."[1] Schwartz told the magazine, "I seriously doubt that Trump has ever read a book straight through in his adult life." Trump explained he does not need to read extensively because he is able to come to correct decisions "with very little knowledge other than the knowledge I [already] had, plus the words 'common sense,' because I have a lot of common sense and I have a lot of business ability."[2]

The movie ends with one of the most overt references to the Illuminati in modern film history, where pallbearers carry a casket to a tomb modeled on the pyramid on the reverse side of the American dollar bill, featuring a Masonic all-seeing eye, and discuss their plans to make Chauncey the next President of the United States.

The pyramid recalls a similarly Masonic-inspired pyramid featured on the roof of the Israeli Supreme Court. Instrumental in its construction was Yad Hanadiv, an Israeli charitable foundation chaired by Lord Jacob Rothschild. David Rockefeller, the founder of the CFR, has a longtime personal relationship with the Rothschilds. The CFR was a sister organization of the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), both agencies of the Round Table, a secret organization created by Lord Nathaniel Rothschild at the bidding of diamond magnate Cecil Rhodes, and which was devoted to “the extension of British rule throughout the world." David's grandfather was John D. Rockefeller, a leading Robber Baron whose conquest of America's oil industry was funded by the Rothschilds. In a press release, David Rockefeller said of the current Baron of the family, "Lord [Jacob] Rothschild and I have known each other for five decades. The connection between our two families remains very strong."[3]

Being There was based on a novel by Jerzy Kosinski, who was born in Poland and educated in the Soviet Union before he moved to the United States where he was funded by the Ford Foundation, a known CIA front.[4] Interestingly, the lead character in the movie is the aging business mogel Ben Rand, which may not be a reference to a single person, but to the people behind the powerful RAND Corporation, which was also funded by the Ford Foundation, as well as the Rockefeller Foundation, and where Henry Kissigner—CFR member, and leading agent of the Rothschilds and Rockefellers—was a major participant.

It is becoming increasingly evident that Trump does not possess the competence to have achieved the financial success he enjoys. In fact, a series of studies by the Financial Times has shown how after he suffered a string of six successive bankruptcies, Trump was bailed out by Russian crime lords. This same Russian Mafia and their ties to powerful oligarchs close to Putin helped orchestrate Trump's successful election to president.

However, what the mainstream media is not exploring, is their ties to Henry Kissinger, the CFR and the Rothschilds. "I don’t doubt that the Russians are hacking us," Kissinger told CBS' Face the Nation in an interview that aired December 18, 2016. "And I hope we're doing some hacking there." “But it's very difficult to communicate about it. Because nobody wants to admit the scope of what they're doing." In the same interview, Kissinger described Putin as a character out of Dostoyevsky, and said, "And he is a man with a great sense of connection, inward connection to Russian history as he sees it."[5]

Kissinger then remarked, "I had not thought of President Trump as a presidential candidate until he became a President." But Kissinger described Trump as "a phenomenon that foreign countries haven't seen… And I believe he has the possibility of going down in history as a very considerable president." Kissinger gives Trump credit for "having analyzed an aspect of the American situation, develop a strategy (AUDIO GAP) against his leadership of his own party and prevailing." "I think he operates by a kind of instinct that is a different form of analysis as my more academic one," Kissinger said. "But he's raised a number of issues that I think are important, very important. And if they're addressed properly, could lead to good—great results."[6]

Sputnik reported that Kissinger was advising Trump on how to "to bring the United States and Russia closer together to offset China's military buildup."[7] According to Paul Craig Roberts, who was Kissinger's colleague at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) for many years, this tells us that Kissinger is trying to use better relations with Russia in order to separate Russia from its strategic alliance with China. As Roberts explains: "Kissinger... is aware of the pro-American elites inside Russia, and he is at work creating for them a "China threat" that they can use in their effort to lead Russia into the arms of the West. If this effort is successful, Russia's sovereignty will be eroded exactly as has the sovereignty of every other country allied with the US."[8]

Comrade Heinz

Kissinger's recent recommendations to Trump come from a long history of diplomacy inclined to the interests of the Russians. According to Colonel Michal Goleniewski, a former KGB agent, Kissinger had been recruited by Soviet intelligence during World War II.[9] Goleniewski defected to the United States in January 1961, after which he went to work for the CIA, until he was discredited when he claimed to be Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich of Russia, heir apparent to the Russian throne. Nevertheless, Goleniewski was responsible for uncovering a long list of KGB and GRU agents and officers.

Historian Richard A. Moss of the Naval War College recently published an authoritative book-length study titled, Nixon's Back Channel to Moscow: Confidential Diplomacy and Détente, revealing how Kissinger established his own personal backchannel to the Soviet leadership in 1968, soon after being named Nixon’s national security adviser. Kissinger used Boris Sedov, a known KGB operative he met when he was visiting Harvard, to whom he conveyed his interest in improving US-Soviet relations. Additionally, Oleg Kalugin, the head of the KGB's station in Washington, as he recounted in his own memoirs The First Directorate, boasted that the back channel with Kissinger forged a direct line between Nixon and Brezhnev. Kalugin maintains that the KGB preferred Nixon to his election rival, Hubert Humphrey, because no one would dare accuse Nixon of being soft on communism. According to Kalugin:
Again and again, in meetings with Sedov, Kissinger told us not to underestimate Nixon's political abilities, not to overestimate his anti-Communism, and not to take Nixon's hard-line campaign pronouncements at face value. Kissinger told Sedov that Nixon, if elected, would strive for a new era of improved relations between the two superpowers.[10]
Only after Nixon's inauguration did Kissinger and Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin agree that all further communication would be through him. Nixon agreed to set up a secure phone line in the White House linking him directly to Dobrynin. According to Moss, the US intelligence agencies, the National Security Council staff and the Pentagon were kept in the dark about these conversations. Sedov later boasted to Kalugin that he had been so successful in cultivating Kissinger's assistant Richard Allen that he wanted to try to recruit and even potentially blackamail Allen into becoming an agent, according to Kalugin. Although Kalugin rejected the proposal, Sedov and Allen continued to maintain their relationship, and Allen eventually served as national security adviser to Ronald Reagan.

As Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under the presidential administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, and a proponent of Realpolitik, Kissinger played a prominent role in American foreign policy between 1969 and 1977. During this period, he pioneered the policy of détente with the Soviet Union, orchestrated the opening of relations with the People's Republic of China, and negotiated the Paris Peace Accords, ending America's proxy war against Russia in Vietnam.

After leaving office in 1977, Kissinger was appointed to Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). The CSIS board of trustees includes many former senior government officials including Zbigniew Brzezinski, William Cohen, George Argyros and Brent Scowcroft. Within the intelligence community, CSIS is known for having "some of the most insightful analysis and innovative ideas for strengthening our national security," according to former CIA Director John Brennan.[11] In the University of Pennsylvania's 2013 Global Go To Think Tanks Report, CSIS is ranked the number one think tank in the world for "Top Defense and National Security Think Tanks."[12]

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