Friday, February 09, 2018

Here’ Thar Be Monsters…

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Here’ Thar Be Monsters…


By de Andréa

Opinion Editorialist for    

Posted February 9, 2018

Draining the filthy DeepState swamp of the Shadow government in Washington DC, as President Trump pledged to do, and around which many of us rallied during his campaign, may not enough my friend. Driving a truck filled with high explosives into the swamp (metaphorically, of course) would be a far more appropriate course of action under the circumstances.  Imagine sitting in the bleachers on the banks of the Potomac, nursing your brews and snacks watching it blow and the Swamp Monsters float to the surface like so many stunned fish.

Writing this week for the New York Post, columnist Michael Goodwin outlined the ramifications of the release of a hotly contested, recently declassified House memo that covers aspects of the federal government illegally spying on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page. This makes the Watergate Hotel break-in look like children playing cops and robbers.

I say “outlined” rather than “detailed” because although Goodwin’s piece is quite informative as you will see, it would have to be a book-length discourse in order to truly detail the clandestine Deep State diminuendo that is in play.
Beltway hate-America power players and lawmakers vigorously resisted the release of the dreaded memo, no doubt because they know it could be the first step (or even a major step) toward extricating the criminals from their position of supremacy in the Washington Palace of Power. To this end, they falsely asserted that releasing the memo would be a grave threat to national security. Oh yeah!
Goodwin asserts, “The Washington swamp – the deep state – is bigger, more vicious and more dangerous to American liberty than even a cynic could have imagined.” This is quite true, but Goodwin stops short of effectively characterizing the threat. He did say that the insinuation of dedicated DeepState operatives extends to some of the most influential positions in Washington, including top FBI brass and the Department of Justice officials, as well as the Courts and Security Agencies.
But what does this really mean to the average voter or news junky? How are they to process such statements considering the scorched-earth character of Beltway combatants and those who would neutralize them? While Goodwin cites the efforts on the part of the New York Times and Washington Post to quash the memo, I don’t believe that voters are as yet able to understand the implications thereof, or the extent of journalist or Washington corruption this represents.
I have no desire to cast aspersions upon Goodwin or his journalistic credentials. His brand of outrage, although warranted, is in my view profoundly understated considering the plethora of commentaries I have logged over the last decade referencing the cesspool of the Beltway swamp, the Obama and Clinton crime families and their crimes, some of which I’d wager included hanging offenses – and I do not mean that figuratively.
At present, the Beltway and the criminal left are characteristically attempting to downplay the significance of the memo in a manner akin to the bought-and-paid-for scientific experts who testified to Congress in 1994 that nicotine and other toxic cigarette additives were essentially vitamins and will lead to long and happy life. That as well as the propaganda of the weed huggers and control freaks of the environmental movement or the inner workings of the Cosa Nostra are to be expected, but considering the seriousness of the nefarious practices associated to this memo, it would behoove all concerned observers to exercise uncontrollable anger in their appraisals of these issues.
By this, I mean, and I will try to say it intelligently but truthfully, that we cannot accept that the ambiguousness and rationalization that emanates from the Nazi left is somehow their sacrosanct right, regardless of how heinous the deeds of their leaders are laid to bare. Criminals need to be called out as what they are…criminals. In the context of DeepState Shadow government operatives, the illegal surveillance of the opposition as revealed in the memo in question is but the tip of the iceberg my friend. And if you read my colon regularly you will understand what I’m talking about. This was not a case of a couple of rogue IRS agents targeting conservative nonprofit groups, as was discovered in 2013 – but you can bet that the same sort of debilitated excuses will be ascribed by the Nazis in Washington to the controversies and scandals that are most assuredly coming over the horizon considering the posture and adverse character of the current Trump administration.
THE BOTTOM LINE: People must come to realize that the issue of this memo is far more serious, and has further-reaching effects than, say, an American president who engaged operatives to break into the opposition party’s headquarters and then craft an elaborate cover-up when said operatives were apprehended. I won’t disclose his name because of national security, and of course my level 5 security clearance, but his last name began with an ‘N’.
My exception to the tone of Mr. Goodwin’s article has nothing to do with disagreement; all of his information is accurate and his points well-taken, please read it. My concern is with his comparatively lukewarm response considering the underlying causes, conditions and outright criminality. This now infamous memo speaks not to a few corrupt politicians, but to a vast, century-old conspiracy beginning in 1913, the mission of which is to tear this Republic down to its foundation, destroy it, and then raise it back up as a xenophobic autocracy.
As denoted in those campy pirate treasure maps of old, the modern representations of the D.C. Beltway guides should indeed also bear the legend of: “Here there be monsters.”
Thanks for listening my friend. Now go do the right thing, pray and fight for truth and freedom.  If you would like to write me direct with a question or a comment you can contact me at
- de Andréa
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