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REVISITING THE VIETNAM ERA: ARE SOROS AND THE DEEP STATE UPDATING AN OLD PSYOP TO DEPOSE TRUMP?

by James Perloff, JamesPerloff.com:

I have wanted to write a post called something like “Is Trump the Real Deal?” That is a controversy right now in alternative media: some are faithful Trump advocates; others take the view that in the jaded world of realpolitik, no true outsider can win, that the Trump-Clinton rivalry was only for show, and that the Powers That Bewanted Trump to win anyway.

I do believe, categorically, that Hillary Clinton was the Deep State’s first choice. This was demonstrated by mainstream media’s ruthless daily pummeling of Trump, while kid-gloving Clinton despite her innumerable scandals; the rigging of debates; and even trotting out George H. W. Bush to announce he would vote for Hillary. The election was followed by unprecedented efforts to overturn it, including street riots, recounts, death threats to electors, and the unsupported “Russian hacking” claim.

But though the Establishment favored Clinton, is Trump a true populist outsider?

On the negative side, after pledging to “drain the swamp,” Trump has appointed a number  of swamp creatures, including neocons, Establishment Republicans, and Goldman Sachs bankers; there are those who feel he is moving too slowly on his promises, some of which—such as investigating Hillary—look abandoned. Most concerning to me is Trump’s long history of Zionist connections, now crystallizing in his administration, which I may elaborate on in an upcoming post.

On the “real” side, he has axed the TPP, is keeping his pledge to halt illegal immigration, is moving to repeal Obamacare, wants to work with Putin, has spoken to Robert F. Kennedy about leading a vaccine task force, and has reversed Obama’s insane transgender policies.

Although it is reasonable to say “the jury is still out” on Trump, I’m going to focus on two things that are definite: (1) mainstream media’s continuing relentless attacks on him; and (2) the orchestrated nationwide protests.

During the 2016 campaign, a study by the Media Research Center found 91 percent of broadcast media coverage was hostile to Trump. There has been no let-up since the election. Any mistake the President makes in his remarks, however trivial, is inflated and often distorted, whereas by contrast, the media chronically overlooked Obama’s many gaffes. On February 17, the New York Times published an op-ed entitled “Is It Time to Call Trump Mentally Ill?” On February 18, it published one called “How Can We Get Rid of Trump?”  With efforts to overturn the election having flopped, the plan has switched to impeachment.

The barrage of anti-Trump headlines feeds the rage of “not my President” protesters, who also feed on cash from the likes of billionaire George Soros, America’s financial angel of civil disorder. He helped fund the Ferguson riots, thepost-election November riots, the January Women’s March, and the violent FebruaryBerkeley protests.

As a one-time hippie, it appears to me that Soros is using the playbook from the Vietnam War era. This necessitates digressing to that period, after which we’ll return to Trump.

Vietnam Revisited

Lest there be any misunderstanding, I am ANTI-WAR. A war, like a gun, should only be used as an absolute last resort. The “Arab Spring” wars inflicted on the Middle East over the past fifteen years, which were already planned in 2001, are abominations. But as we’ll see, the Vietnam War was undertaken for complex purposes, and was in several ways unlike America’s other conflicts.

As is still widely unknown, the hippie/antiwar movement of the sixties, like today’s Soros rioters, was billionaire-funded, in this case by the Rockefellers.

In The Strawberry Statement: Notes of a College Revolutionary, student radical James Kunen described the 1968 annual meeting of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), which spearheaded the war protests:

Also at the convention, men from Business International Round Tables—the meetings sponsored by Business International—tried to buy up a few radicals. These men are the world’s leading industrialists and they convene to decide how our lives are going to go. They are the left wing of the ruling class. They offered to finance our demonstrations in Chicago. We were also offered Esso (Rockefeller) money. They want us to make a lot of radical commotion so they can look more in the center as they move to the left.1

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Jerry Kirk, one-time member of SDS and the Communist Party, testified before the House and Senate Internal Security Panels:

Young people have no conception of the conspiracy strategy of pressure from above and pressure from below. . . . They have no idea that they are playing into the hands of the Establishment they claim to hate. The radicals think they are fighting the forces of the super rich, like Rockefeller and Ford, and they don’t realize that it is precisely such forces which are behind their own revolution, financing it, and using it for their own purposes.2

In 1970, I hawked the Phoenix (Boston’s new left-wing counterculture newspaper) on the streets (they gave hawkers a really good deal). Eventually, after the Phoenixwent too commercial, some of its former staff started a spin-off called The Real Paper. (The idea was that this paper would give you the real hippie news.) But who was owner and publisher of The Real Paper? David Rockefeller, Jr. His name was right on the masthead. To resolve this “cognitive dissonance,” I think most of us assumed David Jr. was “rebelling” against his capitalist father.

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2 comments to REVISITING THE VIETNAM ERA: ARE SOROS AND THE DEEP STATE UPDATING AN OLD PSYOP TO DEPOSE TRUMP?

  • Sue McLean

    Note to James Perloff
    Re: Vietnam protests

    I graduated from a liberal arts college in Virginia in 1970 and went on to graduate school in the midwest. I had the opportunity to observe the famous March on Washington and had many friends from Virginia colleges and the Ivy League college my boyfriend attended who marched and protested. Unfortunately, I was too busy, but I WROTE LETTERS TO CONGRESSMEN AND CARED VERY DEEPLY AND KNEW THESE PEOPLE WELL WHO PROTESTED. The many I knew were not hired or paid by anyone! Then again once in Madison, Wisconsin (spring of 1970) during Kent State and the riots at my university, many students made huge sacrifices to protest and miss classes.

    YOU ARE NAIVE IF YOU THINK THIS MOVEMENT WAS CREATED BY PAID ORGANIZERS. WE WERE AND ARE CHILDREN OF THE GREAT GENERATION AND WERE THE MOST IDEALISTIC GENERATION IMAGINABLE. We may have become disillusioned as we aged, but we were the most politically active generation in history.

    • Ed_B

      @Sue

      I hear you. I graduated from college in 1971 and saw much of what you did. That said, what is happening today is FAR different from what was happening then. We do know that the USSR and its agents had penetrated the peace movement back then from records that were obtained after the USSR collapsed. They were supporting this movement and egging it on for all they were worth. Not that the rank and file knew it then but those who were the prime organizers of all this DID know it because they were Marxists and were happy to be “useful idiots” in that cause.

      Today, there are paid agitators who are funded by the likes of George Soros and others of his ilk. These same people keep showing up in various cities across the US. It’s not just kids from the local colleges but professional protesters and agitators. They are not doing this out of the goodness of their hearts and there have been several Craigs List ads posted to various truther web sites showing these ads for paid “protesters”. These start at $15 an hour but other benefits are sometimes mentioned. There also have been people who have been hired to go to Trump rallies to cause trouble while pretending to be Trump supporters. The DNC has had a hand in this before with paid trouble-makers sent out to Trump and TEA Party functions.

      I am all for peaceful protest of government actions that warrant such protests. I am absolutely not for causing damage to others and their property for ANY political reason other than fighting an armed invasion of our country by foreign troops or people who have been hired to pose as “protesters” or “immigrants” and who intend serious harm to innocent people, their property, and our country.

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