Donald Trump was elected President of the United States for one reason. He said he would “make America great again”. Today, half the people who supported his bid are left wondering how more war and under the table wheeling and dealing is going to accomplish this. Many of us hold out some glimmer of hope Trump is playing masterclass chess on the detente chessboard. Others have already given up the ghost of a prayer for a better world.
Maybe Donald Trump’s game plan had to shift in order to counterbalance the New Democratic Order’s massive smear campaign aligning him with Russia and Vladimir Putin. Maybe, just maybe Rex Tillerson is in Moscow right now ironing out a Syria compromise, a better strategy against this new world order of globalists. Then again, maybe Sergey Lavrov confronts yet another American scarecrow of leadership. Tillerson could be Exxon’s version of Heinz Catsup’s John Kerry though, and the world could be facing an Armageddon anyway.
Today I’ll take the high road and assume Trump got “convinced” over to the darker globalist side. With lies to serve as news all around, my intuition tells me something changed in the Trump agenda on March 17th. This was the day German Chancellor Angela Merkel was at the White House, and the day social media went nuts over no handshake between the two at a press conference. While most media and analysts failed to frame this moment correctly, I believe the so-called Trump-Merkel summit was a turning point.
The media tried to indicate Donald Trump had shunned a gesture by Merkel for a “handshake” photo op. But the body language of that moment hints at a bigger story. Merkel looked sly and a bit teasing in the gesture, while Trump was obviously contrite and angry over something. His posture and expression, everything about the man at that moment showed us he wanted to be anyplace on Earth except sitting beside this woman. Trump looked for the world like a scolded child. A rich and powerful child told to behave, or else.
US News & World Report told the world of the differences between these two leaders and put the focus on trade deals and trade imbalances. But I believe Angela Merkel had come to Washington to deliver a personal message instead. Before she arrived in D. C. Donald Trump’s administration was headed away from the EU, away from NATO, toward killing ISIL, out of Syria, and toward better detente with Vladimir Putin and Russia. Only days after Merkel left for Berlin, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced a “major shift” in US policy toward Syria. CBS reported March 30. Tillerson had held a closed-door meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and if my suspicions are right, the talk was about Turkey coming back into the NATO flock. The short version of all this being, Merkel’s handlers sent Trump the message to play ball, and he showed the bad taste in his mouth in the photograph above. The image below shows some of the other ballplayers.
On the same day Tillerson announced the Syria shift, he also announced (CNN) that the administration would uphold sanctions on Russian until Crimea is returned to Ukraine – a demand clearly impossible for anyone familiar with the Ukraine situation. This should have been the red flag for most of us who supported Trump, but dire hope has a way of muddling the mind. Me and a few hundred million others held tight to the “vision” the globalists could be defeated so easy. At Tillerson’s first appearance before NATO, the former Exxon boss put the cards on the table:
“Let me be very clear at the outset of my remarks: the U.S. commitment to NATO is strong and this alliance remains the bedrock for trans-Atlantic security. The NATO alliance is also fundamental to countering both nonviolent, but at times violent, Russian agitation and Russian aggression.”
So what happened? I am wondering just what Merkel’s message from the Bertelsmann Nazis, leftover European royals, or Rothschild bankers was. Was there a sweet deal? Trump’s face after their meeting showed no hint at Donald’s family ruling planet Earth for generations. No, Merkel’s message was something very, very bad. It was a warning that had to be delivered personally after all the Russians are listening even harder than the NSA and CIA we are told. Merkel made good on her admonition to the new administration after the election – she had to explain how Europe works.
The people behind Angela Merkel are the most powerful and ruthless human beings on this planet. Let’s just be clear. If the reader wants a view of one, then George Soros is an archetype. He is one on a list of merchants who helped orchestrate the current mass migration to Europe. Merkel’s insane Islamification of Germany and the rest of the continent has its roots in the fertilizer Soros foments. I quote from the billionaire’s “plan” for solving the crisis:
“The EU needs a comprehensive plan to respond to the crisis, one that reasserts effective governance over the flows of asylum-seekers so that they take place in a safe, orderly way, and at a pace that reflects Europe’s capacity to absorb them… the EU has to accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future.”
Let me wrap this all up for you. The globalists need to disintegrate the current nationalist systems in order to grow a truly globalist doctrine worldwide. There is no way to “morph” the independent cultures and systems into the New Democratic Order or a “Cosmopolitanism” model. Full integration for the Soros-Merkel team requires the painful destruction of what currently exists. And the stakes are high, the stakes are “winner take all”, nothing less. With “all” in mind, imagine the conversation that provoked an American billionaire to act like a mean little kid.
Merkel delivered the mafia message, and it is this mafia syndicate we need to become more educated about.