Thursday, July 19, 2018

Vox Popoli: Darkstream: distrusting the intelligence agencies (Would you?)

From the transcript of the Darkstream:

The media is completely out of control now. They're running a full-court press and they are desperate to try to somehow lay a finger on President Trump. You know the summit was a big success. He came in first to the UK and completely blew up all the plans of the Tory government to try to defang and derail Brexit, and it's been very interesting to see how he effortlessly managed to walk in and just completely blow things up there, but the press is trying to make a big deal now about how President Trump doesn't trust US intelligence.

And the reason that he doesn't trust US intelligence is because US intelligence is number one, always wrong. Number two, isn't loyal to the United States, and number three, is part of the very problem that the president was elected to solve, and that is to break the power of the globalist deep state which is deeply embedded in the US federal agencies. And so what we're seeing here with the hysterics and the headlines "Trump's darkest day" and all this sort of thing, it's ridiculous.

Now maybe Trump wasn't quite ready for it. Certainly his reaction, where they're claiming that he tried to back off his statements and that sort of thing - maybe that's true, maybe it's not - but regardless, whether it is or not, there's no way that he should be backing off the fact that he doesn't trust the very people that have broken numerous laws and covered for numerous wrongdoings by the Democrats and other parties.

I mean the whole idea that Russia intruding in and interfering with US elections is a problem when Israel does it constantly, it's just ridiculous. And not only that, but there is no country, not Israel, not Russia, not anyone that is more guilty of interfering in the elections taking place in other countries than the United States itself, and the United States intelligence agencies in particular.

UPDATE: Now THIS Is more like it:
President Donald Trump is claiming 'haters' would rather go to war with Russia than see him get along with President Vladimir Putin in what he labeled 'Trump Derangement Syndrome.'

'Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with President Putin of Russia. They would rather go to war than see this. It's called Trump Derangement Syndrome!,' he wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning.

The president abandoned any pretense of an apology for his disastrous press conference in Helsinki on Monday, in which he backed Russia's claim they did not interfere in the 2016 presidential election over American intelligence reports that provided clear evidence Moscow meddled. His series of early morning tweets on Wednesday were defiant in their defense of his actions in Finland.

Trump turned on Brennan, the ex-CIA director who accused of treason after his meeting with Vladimir Putin, telling Fox News in an interview airing Tuesday: 'I think he's a very bad person.'

The God-Emperor knows what you did, Mr. Brennan. He knows who are the very bad people and he knows the very bad things they did.