Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Gingrich, On The Deep State

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Gingrich, On The Deep State

By de Andréa,
Opinion Editorialist for

Posted March 15, 2017

If you are a regular reader of mine, you will know that this is not the first time I have written about the existence of a powerful Shadow Government in America.  And sometimes resulting in a lot of conspiracy theory flack in return.

But now…finally someone from the Beltway with the guts to admit that there is in fact a Coup de tat. A Shadow Government that actually runs the country and maybe the world.

Former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich discussed the Deep State with White House Staffer Bannon.
The White House and its allies are stepping up their attacks on a foe typically associated with fragile third world regimes, military coups and a Tom Clancy spy thriller.
The "deep state," a shadowy network of powerful Communists and their “Useful Idiots” entrenched in Federal, and state governments, as well as in banking, independent regulatory agencies and military interests, has increasingly become the focus of Conservative Republicans who accuse such well-placed forces of trying to undermine the newly elected president.  Moreover I suggest that this is also due to the influence of the infiltration of Islam in government posts during the Islamic Obama Regime.
Though senior White House staff members don't use the exact label of the “Deep State” for fear of personal attack as I have had to endure, the notion behind it has taken hold. President Donald Trump claims his predecessor tapped his phone and America's intelligence agencies have conspired to leak harmful information to embarrass him. His chief strategist has vowed to dismantle the permanent Washington "administrative state." (Code for Deep State)  White House spokesman Sean Spicer says "people that burrowed into government are trying to sabotage the president.”
To Trump's critics, these assertions come off as paranoid fear of a non-existent shadow government and an effort to create a scapegoat for the White House's struggles. It’s called the demonization of truth.  But to Trump's supporters, this represents an overdue challenge to an elite ruling class concerned only with maintaining its own grasp on power.
"Of course, the deep state exists. There's a permanent state of massive bureaucracies that do whatever they want and set up deliberate leaks to attack the president," said Newt Gingrich, a Trump confidant. "This is what the deep state does: They create a lie, spread a lie, fail to check the lie and then deny that they were behind the lie."
Historians believe the concept of the "deep state" comes from Turkey, where the term "derin devlet" meant a clandestine network, a “State within a State,” including intelligence and military officers, which protected the ruling class in the 1920’s and the Turkish Ottoman Empire. Similar ideas have taken hold in Egypt where the revived Ottoman Empire in 1928 is now headquartered called the Muslim Brotherhood, and the military has allied itself with powerful business interests, in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, with its robust intelligence service.
In its current use, the concept has been twisted, broadened, and infiltrated encompassing a quiet resistant bureaucracy and a regulatory regime - rather than the foreshadowing of some sort of in your face violent Coup of military intervention. Chief Trump strategist Steve Bannon has offered the loudest warnings about the opposition the president is facing from the deep state.
In his only public speech since the election, Bannon told a conservative group that the White House's goal was the "deconstruction of the administrative state," (code for Shadow Government) a reflection of his belief that the massive federal government, with its burdensome regulations, does more to hinder than uplift citizens. It also echoes Bannon's oft-stated worldview, frequently on display at his former news site Breitbart, that a global power structure — including government institutions — has rigged the economy, referring to the Federal Reserve and the International Central Banking System controlled by the eight families of banking and the Rothschild’s.
Gingrich, who says he has discussed the deep state with Bannon, likens its dangers to the plotline of the new season of "Homeland," in which a conspiracy that includes career intelligence officers tries to subvert a president-elect. It seems that Hollywood may actually be way ahead of politics.
"They are fighting to keep hold of their power," said the former House speaker, who asked a reporter not to spoil the two Homeland episodes of the season he has not yet seen.
The sprawling federal government, including its intelligence agencies, has thousands of employees who predate Trump by decades, a mix of career staffers and those appointed by President Barack Obama whose replacements have yet to be named or approved. Some have offered leaks, including sensitive documents, to reporters that provide a critical take on the president.
Trump has rightly insinuated that those holdovers are working against him — even suggesting that leaks from intelligences agencies were reminiscent of smear tactics utilized by Nazi Germany. Moreover it is now becoming quite clear that he is absolutely correct.
Asked if the White House believes there is "a deep state that's actively working to undermine the president," Spicer guardedly said recently, "I don't think it should come as any surprise that there are people that burrowed into government during eight years of the last administration and, you know, may have believed in that agenda and want to continue to seek it."
Sean Hannity, a Fox News host who has close to ties to Trump, opened a show last week by claiming there are "deep state Obama holdover government bureaucrats who are hell-bent on destroying this president. It's time for the Trump administration to begin to purge these saboteurs before it's too late," Said Hannity.
Trump allies note that is customary for presidents to install loyalists and point to Abraham Lincoln's move to push out Southerners from the federal bureaucracy on the eve of the Civil War. The government has also gone through previous spasms of internal suspicion, most notably in the 1950s when Sen. Joseph McCarthy led a witch hunt to root out what he claimed were communist sympathizers supposedly trying to undermine Washington from within. It turns out that he was correct.
Experts ignorantly warn that Trump's attacks could lead to faster erosion of faith in government institutions.
"The more he talks about a deep state cabal against him, the less trust people will have in government," said Matthew Hale, a political science professor at Seton Hall University. "It's damaging to democracy."  Well it just supports my stand on education. It too is corrupt, professor’. To blindly trust the government is what has led to this Coup. Furthermore this country was never meant to be a democracy. Read the real history book, the one that records that America was meant to be a ‘Constitutional Free Representative Republic’, not a democracy.
Some of Trump's allies have, without evidence, the opposition says, seized upon Obama's decision to remain in Washington after leaving office as evidence that he is leading the resistance. The former president has said he is staying in the nation's capital until his youngest daughter finishes school, time will tell.
"He's only there for one purpose and one purpose only and that is to run a shadow government that is totally going to upset the new agenda," said Rep. Mark Kelly, a Pennsylvania Republican, at an event in his home district last week. His office later walked back the remarks, he too’, is afraid for his life.
THE BOTTOM LINE:  Several years ago I introduced this discovery of a Shadow Government and was yet again demonized by some of you as a conspiracy nut.  Many Presidents as well as other elected officials have been assassinated in the last 200 years by this very Shadow Government now referred to as the “DEEP STATE.”  Moreover, I don’t know what you think about the credibility of Newt Gingrich but he’, like myself is a student as well as a teacher of history.  And it’s been my experience that anyone who knows the truth of roads well-traveled, also can see what is down the road ahead.  
As I said at the beginning, finally someone credible from the Beltway with guts enough to admit that there is in fact a Coup de tat. A Shadow Government called “Deep State” that actually runs the country and by indirect means, the entire world.

“The further back one looks, the further forward one can see”- Sir Winston Churchill. 

Thanks for listening my friend!  Now go do the right thing and fight for freedom. 
- de Andréa
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