Exposing the Real Deep State

Tony Cartalucci contends the idea that President Donald Trump and his administration are somehow waging war against America’s “Deep State” is a delusion.

“Ultimately, sidestepping the crass, unsophisticated but highly provocative and alluring strategy of tension created around the Trump administration and the alleged “deep state” it is supposedly fighting, is essential in identifying and confronting the real deep state that is orchestrating both sides of this charade.”

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March 13, 2017 (Tony Cartalucci – NEO) – Many both within and beyond America’s borders labor under the delusion that US policy is determined by the nation’s elected representatives amid a careful balancing act between the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of government. In reality, the inner workings of US policy resemble nothing of the sort.

In reality, an unelected deep state controls the United States, its resources, government, and people. However, the term “deep state” has been overused and intentionally abused, particularly since the election of US President Donald Trump in an effort to continue concealing the real deep state and divert public attention away from what is becoming an increasingly obvious continuity of agenda from one presidency to the next.

Uncovering and understanding the nature of the real deep state is in fact elementary, but essential in understanding the genesis and perpetuation of US policy. It…

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Standing Rock Smoke Signals.

By Jerry Alatalo

Header8Alphabet Veterans for Peace has sent out the call to its membership across the United States to support the water protection efforts at Standing Rock, North Dakota. Thousands of men and women veterans from the United States Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines and Navy have already arrived or are on their way to the camp, where some 11-12,000 people of all races have gathered to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Arrival of the veterans has created in the minds of many images recalling the atrocities of Wounded Knee where hundreds of innocent Native Americans became victims of mass murder by U.S. government/military forces – leading to calls for restraint and caution to avoid any repeat of that or other historic tragedies. The most remarkable and disturbing aspect of the months-long events in Standing Rock has been the excessive use of violence against those opposing the pipeline’s construction, with opposition efforts carried out using Gandhian-style peaceful protest – prayers, unified purpose, wisdom, and non-violent civil disobedience.

The land on which the thousands protesting the pipeline have gathered was promised by treaties made with the U.S. government in the 1800’s to the Lakota Sioux/Standing Rock tribe. The specific language in those treaties said, “for as long as the sun shines…”. The U.S. Congress in 1954, depending on one’s interpretation, either took possession of the land beneath the camp by “eminent domain” or stole it, with the intended purpose of flooding it as part of a hydroelectric dam project. The dam project never materialized.

The standoff will have to become resolved in the courts, and the water protectors are working to avoid unnecessary violence if law enforcement personnel receive the orders on December 6 to clear the camp and its thousands of residents – now, including a large contingent of U.S. military veterans standing in solidarity for support of the environment, morality and legal justice.

While those who call for the pipeline’s construction have told the American people the project will benefit “all” as part of the nation’s drive toward “energy independence”, apparently the project, if completed, would result in 100% of the fossil fuels transported through those pipes being exported to foreign countries for profit. Millions of taxpayer dollars are being spent with law enforcement operations to clear the way for private investors to profit, jeopardizing the environment in the process – in particular the drinking water for millions of citizens whose sole source is the Missouri River and/or massive Oglala Aquifer.

U.S. Marine Corps-Korean War veteran and member of the Lakota Sioux tribe, 80-year old Buzz Nelson, has been closely associated with events at Standing Rock; his grandson is the chairman of the Standing Rock tribe, David Archambault. He recently sat down for an interview with fellow Marine Dan Shea, veteran of the Vietnam War, to share thoughts, concerns, and reasons for optimism surrounding the historic events in North Dakota.

For more thorough, in-depth information on the legal situation in North Dakota and effective ways to support the men and women of Standing Rock, please visit: www.LakotaLaw.org

(Thank you to Jim Lockhart at YouTube)

Global Monetary Reform Benefits Humanity.

By Jerry Alatalo

FedAlphabet For Joe Bongiovanni monetary reform is something in his blood, passed down to him from his money activist father. To illustrate how little people know about what his father termed “the money power”, Joe’s father told him that 90% of bankers don’t know, 95% of economists lack awareness, and 99% of members of the U.S. Congress have no real grasp of monetary science. Those grim statistics are unfortunately accurate, and sad, given that monetary reform is likely the most important issue for people around the Earth to understand.

On the extremely important issue of monetary reform, Joe’s father told him, “I’m not going to be able to fix the money system, but maybe you can.” To Joe’s credit, he’s attempted to “fix” the money system for decades, trying to share with as many people as possible the knowledge he gained from his father and from years of further research. While hundreds and thousands of men and women have done admirable work researching and analyzing the problems experienced by humanity historically and presently in 2016, the severe lack of awareness about monetary reform just suggested has resulted in an unfortunate condition related to that same collective, admirable work: the exclusion to a great extent of monetary reform as both a major factor and promising solution for the world’s most pressing social and economic challenges.

Mr. Bongiovanni describes in the following presentation at the 11th Annual American Monetary Institute Reform Conference in September 2015 a personal experience proving the widespread misunderstanding about how money gets created. While fishing in Vermont with his friend Pete, a fellow monetary reform activist, he learned Pete’s father was president of bank, and that Pete’s cousin was an attorney working at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Pete first asked his father if “banks create money when they make loans”, to which his bank president father responded “No. …You’re hanging out with communists.”

Pete then asked his attorney cousin Patrick working at the Fed in New York the same question: “do banks create money when they make loans?” – and was given the opposite response indicating “yes, banks create money with loans.” While close to 100% of Americans would tell you the government creates all the nation’s money supply, the truth is the government creates only the 3% represented by coins, while 97% of America’s money becomes created as debt in the form of loans transacted by privately owned banks.

Such a high level of erroneous perception about money reveals the long distance necessary to travel in fully educating people on the important issue of monetary reform; the level of education efforts required becomes clearer when considering the near-universal absence of even the most basic understanding of money among people of wide-ranging backgrounds, status, academic accomplishments, and/or concentrated knowledge in the many fields of human study and career.

The basic goal of monetary reformers is transference of the “money power” from a very small number of people on Earth – a long-standing, multi-generational condition resulting in the current record level of wealth inequality worldwide – to, as nearly as possible, ownership of the money power by all the people, distributed on a much more equal, fair manner. Such reform or transference of power will, for monetary reformers, result in improving the human condition and greater levels of personal happiness for the world’s people.

During his presentation, Joe Bongiovanni notes: “We’ve reached the point where none of the fixes that central banks have in their toolbox, if you will – that’s the terminology they like to use, can do anything about the situation that we’re in.” He also points out that for “…the bankers that do understand the money power – secrecy is their currency”, producing no small amount of surprise when he found an interview of former Bank for International Settlements (the “central bank of central banks”) official Dr. William White, whose candor in the interview came in contradiction to higher secrecy the higher up in world monetary affairs one goes.

Mr. White’s comments during the interview and their secrecy-defying nature gave Joe Bongiovanni the idea to make the interview the focus of his presentation, and Joe does a good job of emphasizing statements making the case for monetary reform that much more reasonable and stronger. Included in Mr. White’s responses to interviewers’ questions, and opening up the global monetary debate for reform activists to enter, are the following:

  • Asked if Quantitative Easing would work for Europe and Greece, he responded, “The fundamental problem here, as I see it anyway, is that the European banking system is still broken. …(The) European Union economy is reliant on small and medium-sized enterprises. Unfortunately, it is those firms that are not getting the financing they need. Until that gets fixed, we will continue to have a huge problem in Europe.”
  • “I sense from talking to many of the (G30) members, many of whom are previous central bankers, that they are very concerned about the direction this has taken, in particular the continued over reliance on stimulative monetary policy to get us out of the predicament we’re in.”
  •  “They (central bankers) are starting to ask whether they have somehow been backed into a place where they don’t really want to be.”
  • “There is a possibility at least that this whole exercise (private central bank, debt-based money exercise) could end very badly. …But I rather sense that an increasingly large number of central banks are looking at what is going on and saying, ‘We are being asked to do something that is effectively impossible’.”
  • (Confirming lack of awareness on money science) “I find it extraordinary that some economists still do not recognize that we have a fiat money system. Banks do not lend money that has been saved. They create money by making loans and simply writing up both sides of their balance sheet.”

Joe Bongiovanni suggests now in 2016 as the time lining up perfectly with the idea that any worthwhile, successful human revolutionary achievement forms its basis on 90% opportunity. He and his men and women money activist friends around the world believe the opportunity for major, historic, unprecedented monetary reform is present, and only awaits wise and determined action. Mr. Bongiovanni suggests the formation of Monetary Commissions in the United States and all nations as the strongest, #1 action step moving forward.

For more information on monetary reform, visit – and share widely with family, friends and associates – the website: http://www.monetary.org

(Thank you to AmericanMonetaryInst (American Monetary Institute) at YouTube)

The Collateral Consequences Of Hillary Clinton.

By Jerry Alatalo

“In public life, instead of modesty, incorruptibility, and honesty – shamefulness, bribery and rapacity hold sway.”

-SALLUST (86-34 B.C.) Roman historian

aaa-9Alphabet The Wall Street documentary expose’, “The Veneer of Justice in the Kingdom of Crime”, was written, produced and directed by Mr. John Titus. In the film he makes a strong case that the Obama administration Justice Department under Attorney General Eric Holder (the top law enforcement official in the United States), Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer and others from the department protected executives of Wall Street global giant Goldman Sachs from prosecution for major financial fraud – and prison.

For those men and women who view the film, it should become readily apparent the real reasons for Hillary Clinton’s firm resolve and still-persisting refusal to show the American people the transcripts of her three (3) $225,000 speeches to Goldman Sachs. At the same time, the level of concern over Ms. Clinton’s nondisclosure and total lack of transparency should rise exponentially, in a natural response seeing she’s, thus far, the favorite to become the next President of the United States.

Unfortunately, Mr. Titus’ outstanding film is a documentary based on facts – and not a work of fiction. The American people are reasonable in expecting a President Hillary Clinton to appoint the same caliber of legal minds to her Justice Department as Barack Obama, illustrated by Clinton campaign advertisements featuring Eric Holder giving her his “strong” endorsement. That Mr. Holder, Mr. Breuer and other Obama Justice Department attorneys now work at the Wall Street law firm Covington & Burling representing Goldman Sachs and other major “too big to fail/jail” banks should cause Americans to stop and think.

Americans might think again about Hillary Clinton, because in the eight years of Obama’s administration not one Wall Street executive went to jail, despite what many expert observers have concluded was major, epidemic financial fraud committed in the years leading up to the economic crash of 2007-8. The people of Britain recently voted to leave the European Union in what everyone has come to know as the “Brexit”. Considering Ms. Clinton’s unyielding secrecy over her $225,000 Goldman Sachs speeches combined with the film’s Goldman Sachs-specific revelations as associated with Obama’s Justice Department officials, the American people might start looking around for the nearest “Clexit” (Clinton exit).

At first glance, an analogy of “Brexit” and “Clexit” might seem somewhat silly or even ridiculous. But after further thought, both the British and Americans share the challenge of dealing with a handful of extremely wealthy, politically connected people operating from positions of massive centralized power, able to completely escape accountability from constraining legal or democratic means. In a real sense, Americans’ electing Ms. Clinton President of the United States is the precise opposite of Brits’ voting to leave the European Union – further concentration of power versus decentralization.

As Mr. Titus’ film points out, Eric Holder, Lanny Breuer and their Justice Department colleagues arranged for Goldman Sachs to commit crimes with impunity, conjuring up the excuse of sparing employees, the U.S. and world economy, etc. from negative “collateral consequences”. Holder and Breuer simply made up the “collateral consequences” argument to protect their friends at Goldman Sachs from going to prison.

However, the negative collateral (parallel) consequences of a Hillary Clinton presidency would be all too real, multi-faceted – including matters of war and peace, and cause for great concern internationally – only possible through attainment of one of the most powerful positions on Earth.

(Thank you to BestEvidence at YouTube)