The organizer, he said, “must first rub raw the resentments of the people; fan the latent hostilities to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues, rather than avoid them, for unless there is controversy people are not concerned enough to act.”
Example: Betsy keeps bringing up military tribunals and public executions which are disturbing to some readers, especially those who know of their spiritual work. But this is the reality – these people committed treason, sedition, espionage, murder. A penalty for treason in the United States is death:
Another type of controversy that was played out to stir up the Q community was Douglas’ explosive telephone call with Jason. The goal was obtained. A well-known gadfly helped us bust the Q psyop /con and eventually redirect as many Q followers to the real “insider” in the WH – “T”.
* RULE 9: “The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.”
The enemy properly goaded and guided in his reaction will be your major strength,” said Alinsky. He advised organizers to “laugh at the enemy” in an effort to provoke “an irrational anger.” “Ridicule,” said Alinsky, “is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage.”
Or how about all the amazing cartoon “weapons” from Ben Garrison? The images tell truth in a humorous way so that viewers aren’t threatened by what they seeing and their neural networks can be “rewired”…A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.
* RULE 6: “A good tactic is one your people enjoy.” They’ll keep doing it without urging and come back to do more. They’re doing their thing, and will even suggest better ones.
* RULE 8: “Keep the pressure on. Never let up.”
Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.).
Example: Want to take down the global control network? Then pick a target (or a few key ones). ‘Freeze it’ means to analyze him/her, research for truth, and close all of their exit doors before they know you have targeted them. Personalize it with information bombs and bullets and make sure the messaging is scalar.
* RULE 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”
Sorry, but if you want to isolate the target from ‘sympathy’, you can’t be a wussy. This is a technique that the Nazis used in WWII as they called ethnic people “vermin”. They stripped away their humanity first by words, so that it was more acceptable to murder them. We, too, can use information weapons that keep audiences from giving sympathy to the traitors and genocidal murderers.
* RULE 1: “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.”
This global network of truth purveyors has organized into cyber research and reporting teams. Have you joined the movement? What skills and talents do you have that can be used to educate and enlighten fellow Earth dwellers? Don’t ask for permission — just jump in and do what you can.
Three senior past and present Foreign Office ministers, including the foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, were targeted by individuals identified by the FBI as central to their investigation into Trump-Russia collusion.
Alok Sharma MP said: “I did not introduce Mifsud to Boris Johnson and I don’t think anyone else did either.”
But indications of Russian efforts to make contacts with British officials could prove embarrassing for Johnson, who was asked about possible foreign interference in Britain last week and replied: “I haven’t seen a sausage.”
But there were meetings and encounters between British ministers and two individuals named in FBI indictments unsealed last week – George Papadopoulos, a foreign policy adviser for Donald Trump’s campaign, and a “London professor” with high-level connections to the Russian state, subsequently identified as a Maltese academic, Joseph Mifsud.
Alok Sharma, a Foreign Office minister until June this year and MP for Reading West, confirmed he had met Mifsud “a couple of times” and he had attended a fundraising dinner in his constituency on 19 October this year, where he had “briefly greeted” him.
An email from Mifsud to a colleague, uncovered by Byline, the crowdfunded independent journalism site, revealed Mifsud had told a colleague he would be “meeting Boris Johnson for dinner re Brexit” on that date. Sharma confirmed Johnson was the guest speaker at the event.
The revelation comes as an investigation into foreign influence places him in a web of relationships between a known Russian spy, Sergey Nalobin, expelled from Britain in 2015, and Matthew Elliott, the chief executive of Vote Leave, the official Leave campaign headed by Johnson.
A witness said: “We’re starting to have a much clearer picture from America of how the Russian state sought to influence the US election and I think there are multiple questions to be asked about how and in what ways the Russian state may have been exerting influence in British politics.
Given the gravity of the allegations against Mr Papadopoulos, the government should make public any meetings these two individuals had with British officials and what was discussed.”
Even more questions are raised by a meeting between Papadopoulos and Tobias Ellwood, then a senior minister in the Foreign Office, at the UN general assembly in New York in September 2016.
This was when Papadopoulos was still working for the Trump campaign and, according to the FBI’s documents, had made multiple contacts through his intermediary – the “London professor” – with “high-level Russian officials”.
Ellwood’s meeting occurred after Papadopoulos had discovered in April that the Russians had “dirt on Hillary Clinton” in the form of “thousands of emails” but before WikiLeaks started publishing her emails in October.
Ben Bradshaw, the MP who has been one of the few voices asking questions about possible Russian interference in British democracy, said the Foreign Office’s explanation that such a meeting was “routine” was implausible.
“In my experience, it is not normal for a minister to meet party campaign operatives while on official government business.”
He added: “If Mr Papadopoulos’s role was as junior as Trump has been claiming, I would be surprised that a minister as senior and experienced as Mr Ellwood would agree to meet him.”
September 2015: Senior Republican Opposed to Trump Nomination – Commissioned a Damaging Dossier From Fushion GPS
In September 2015, a wealthy Republican donor who strongly opposed Trump put up the money to hire a Washington research firm run by former journalists, Fusion GPS, to compile a dossier about the real estate magnate’s past scandals and weaknesses.
Fusion GPS, headed by a former Wall Street Journal journalist known for his dogged reporting, Glenn Simpson, most often works for business clients.
But in presidential elections, the firm is sometimes hired by candidates, party organizations or donors to do political “oppo” work — shorthand for opposition research — on the side.
It is routine work and ordinarily involves creating a big, searchable database of public information: past news reports, documents from lawsuits and other relevant data.
For months, Fusion GPS gathered the documents and put together the files from Trump’s past in business and entertainment, a rich target.
After Mr. Trump emerged as the presumptive nominee in the spring, the Republican interest in financing the effort ended.
But Democratic supporters of Hillary Clinton were very interested, and Fusion GPS kept doing the same deep dives, but on behalf of new clients.
Simpson then hired Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer with whom he had worked before.
Steele, in his early 50s, had served undercover in Moscow in the early 1990s and later was the top expert on Russia at the London headquarters of Britain’s spy service, MI6.
When he stepped down in 2009, he started his own commercial intelligence firm, Orbis Business Intelligence.
As a former spy who had carried out espionage inside Russia, Steele was in no position to travel to Moscow to study Trump’s connections there.
But instead he hired native Russian speakers to call informants inside Russia and made surreptitious contact with his own connections in the country as well.
Steele wrote up his findings in a series of memos, each a few pages long, that he began to deliver to Fusion GPS in June and continued at least until December.
By then, the presidential election was over, and neither Steele nor Simpson was being paid by a client, but they did not stop what they believed to be very important work.
The memos described two different Russian operations. The first was a year long effort to find a way to influence Mr. Trump, perhaps because he had contacts with Russian oligarchs whom Mr. Putin wanted to keep track of.
According to Steele’s memos, he used an array of familiar tactics: the gathering of “kompromat,” compromising material such as alleged tapes of Mr. Trump with prostitutes in a Moscow hotel, and proposals for business deals attractive to Mr. Trump.
Word of the dossier reached Capitol Hill and Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, obtained a copy from David J. Kramer, a former top State Department official who works for the McCain Institute at Arizona State University.
McCain then passed the information to James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director. who decided to sit on it until after the Presidential election.
September 2016: Unverified Dossier Creates a Crisis For Trump
Recently retired British spy, Christopher Steele, was tasked to build a file on Donald J Trump’s ties to Russia.
This week, explosive details — unsubstantiated accounts of frolics with prostitutes, real estate deals that were intended as bribes and coordination with Russian intelligence of the hacking of Democrats — were summarized in a top secret intelligence report.
Trump denounced the unproven claims as a fabrication, a Nazi-style smear concocted by “sick people.”
It further undermined his relationship with the intelligence agencies and cast a shadow over the new administration.
James R. Clapper Jr., director of national intelligence, issued a statement decrying leaks about the matter and saying of the Steele dossier that the intelligence agencies had “not made any judgment that the information in this document is reliable.”
Much of the report remained out of reach — most critically the basic question of how much, if anything, in the dossier was true.
But the debacle offered a glimpse of the hidden side of US presidential campaigns, involving private sleuths-for-hire and secret agents of foreign countries looking for the worst they can find about the next American leader.
Early April 2016: Dirty Tricks Campaign Orchestrated by the Clinton Team, Hakluyt & Co (UK), Papadopoulos, Mifsud and UK security services – Discrediting Trump in Favour of Clinton
Categorised as a nonentity by Trump’s campaign team yet Papadopoulis wielded a powerful fist in London as Trump’s foreign policy advisor.
Undoubtably the “Daniel Defoe” of the Trump presidential campaign he nearly succeeded in getting Hilary Clinton into office.
Claire Smith Head of UK intelligence committee
27 April 2016: Trump’s Delivers his first Foreign Policy public statement (edited by his Europe and, Middle East advisor), George Papadopoulos
“We desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Russia. We want to ease tensions and to see “improved relations with Russia, so that this horrible cycle of hostility can be ended and soon. Good for both countries.” I want to make a deal that will be beneficial to Russia and the US.”
Claire Smith & Joseph Mifsud
4 May 2016: Prime Minister Cameron told by George Papadopoulos to Say Sorry to Trump or the Risk Special Relationship
Early May 2016: Australia’s High Commissioner to the UK- Alexander Downer Provides Key Information to the FBI & Clinton Team
Russiagate was triggered by slipshod conversations in a swanky bar in London, between Australia’s High Commissioner to the UK, Alexander Downer, who was based in London, and a drunk junior Trump foreign policy adviser George Papodopoulous.
The pair reportedly discussed the alleged Russian “dirt” on Hillary Clinton while they were drinking in a bar in London.
Downer is closely tied with The Clinton Foundation via his role in securing $25 million in aid from his country to help the Clinton Foundation fight AIDS.
But he is also a member of the advisory board of the secretive London Based Hakluyt & Co., an intelligence firm set up in 1995 by three former UK intelligence officials and described as “a retirement home for ex-MI6 (British foreign Service Intelligence) officers.”
And whereas research group Fusion GPS received all the media attention Hakluyt is “a more powerful and mysterious opposition research and intelligence firm… with significant political and financial links to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her 2016 campaign”.
When the information Papadopoulos had disclosed to the Australian diplomat was passed by himself to Clinton and the FBI, the bureau opened an investigation that soon became one of its most closely guarded secrets.
It had not been prompted by the dossier compiled by former British spy’s, but by Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos boasting to a top Australian diplomat about Russia’s dirt on then Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Claire Smith – Head of the UK Joint Intelligence Committee
Trump and Russiagate – All Roads Lead to London and MI6
4. Alexander Downer in London, closely associated with Hakluyt (now Holdingham Group Ltd) a private MI6 outfit, met with Papadopulos. The FBI used AD’s statement about Misfud to open the FISA interception warrants against the Trump camp.
8. Steele used former UK ambassador Sir Andrew Wood to funnel the dossier to the Trump hating Senator John McCain.
Sir Andrew Wood, McCain’s ‘go-between’ confirm’s he acted as a “go-between” informing Sen. John McCain about the controversial “dossier” containing salacious allegations about then-candidate Donald Trump.
11. Robert Hannigan, former head of British intelligence agency GCHQ, is another personality of note in the formation of the Russiagate narrative and its deep links to the UK.
Hannigan announced he would step down from his leadership position with the agency just three days after the inauguration of President Trump, on 23 January 2017.
His career profile noted that Hannigan had flown to Washington D.C. to personally brief the then-CIA Director John Brennan on alleged communications between the Trump campaign and Moscow.
What is so curious about this briefing “deemed so sensitive it was handled at director-level” is why Hannigan was talking director-to-director to the CIA and not Mike Rogers at the NSA, GCHQ’s Five Eyes intelligence-sharing partner.
It is clear, in concentrating on Russia those having an interest in US affairs have been looking in the wrong place – and at the wrong country – to unearth the so-called ‘foreign meddling’ in the 2016 US election.
All roads lead to London and MI6.
My next post will provide information linking ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal to MI6 and Anthony Steels’s report on Trump.
This entry does not identify the name of the person, but instead indicates that the identity is “do”. “Do” presumably means Ditto, although it is not defined. In this context it means a “Career Incumbent”
You will not want to miss this Betsy and Thomas discussion where Thomas goes so far out in the weeds that he finds the exact mole that unplugs the swamp. The True Pundit article mentioned in the audio is hyperlinked under the headline below and the relevant content posted on this page.
Here is what we now know, per intelligence gleaned form federal law enforcement sources with insider knowledge of what amounts to a plot by U.S. intelligence agencies to secure back door and illegal wiretaps of President Trump’s associates:
Six U.S. agencies created a stealth task force, spearhead by CIA’s Brennan, to run domestic surveillance on Trump associates and possibly Trump himself.
To feign ignorance and to seemingly operate within U.S. laws, the agencies freelanced the wiretapping of Trump associates to the British spy agency GCHQ.
The decision to insert GCHQ as a back door to eavesdrop was sparked by the denial of two FISA Court warrant applications filed by the FBI to seek wiretaps of Trump associates.
GCHQ did not work from London or the UK. In fact the spy agency worked from NSA’s headquarters in Fort Meade, MD with direct NSA supervision and guidance to conduct sweeping surveillance on Trump associates.
The illegal wiretaps were initiated months before the controversial Trump dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele.
The Justice Department and FBI helped set up the meeting at Trump Tower between Trump Jr., Manafort and Kushner with controversial Russian officials to make Trump’s associates appear compromised.
Following the Trump Tower sit down, GCHQ began digitally wiretapping Manafort, Trump Jr., and Kushner.
After the concocted meeting by the Deep State, the British spy agency could officially justify wiretapping Trump associates as an intelligence front for NSA because the Russian lawyer at the meeting Veselnitskaya was considered an international security risk and prior to the June sit down was not even allowed entry into the United States or the UK, federal sources said.
By using GCHQ, the NSA and its intelligence partners had carved out a loophole to wiretap Trump without a warrant. While it is illegal for U.S. agencies to monitor phones and emails of U.S. citizens inside the United States absent a warrant, it is not illegal for British intelligence to do so. Even if the GCHQ was tapping Trump on U.S. soil at Fort Meade.
The wiretaps, secured through illicit scheming, have been used by U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of alleged Russian collusion in the 2016 election, even though the evidence is considered “poisoned fruit.”
Just as we were posting this article and audio, two headlines came to our attention which are relevant to Thomas’ comments in the audio.
Stefan Halper. (Aug. 15, 2014). $24.5M Future Space War Game Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) by the Department of Defense Office of Net Assessment (Andrew W. Marshall), BAA No. FHQ0034-ONA-13-BAA-0001. GovTribe.
Stefan Halper. May 29, 2012). $197.6K Department of Defense Office of Net Assessment (Andrew W. Marshall), Contract No. HQ00341C0039. GovTribe.
Michael McKibben Hits Truth Right Out of the Ballpark in this Epic Interview with Kate and David.
Michael’s story effects all of us, everywhere.
Michael McKibben has fought the Deep State for 20 years and today his story is becoming one that all Americans and people around the world can relate to. In the article below, you will learn how Zuckerberg and the IBM Eclipse Foundation stole Leader Technologies’ patent and then weaponized it to become the biggest surveillance program in the world.
Patriots, let’s not angry. Let’s get even. Let’s take back what the corrupt Serco-run U.S. Patent Office did not protect for this American inventor. Please ask President Trump to sign the Miller Act Notice and flush Silicon Valley boy kings down the drain along with all the other slim-balls in the swamp.
You don’t need to be an American to send your message to the White House. This effects all of us in the world. Unite and fight back!
In the audio below, Douglas Gabriel and Michael McKibben discuss how Serco companies work with the SES Deep State shadow government to implement 5G, and then manage the societal effects of their coming mass murder program. That’s why Serco runs FEMA camps, owns pathology companies, houses migrants, owns laundries, operates prisons, provides transport and rail, run hospitals and leisure centers, builds ships and space technology—to zap the populace with 5G like a mosquito zapper, then handle the clean up.
Click the headline below to access the full report:
Served at the Sentencing Commission with Michael Horowitz
In 2006, Friedrich was appointed as a member of the United States Sentencing Commission, a position she held until 2016. In that capacity, she helped establish sentencing policies and practices for the federal criminal justice system by promulgating guidelines for congressional review and recommending changes in criminal statutes.
She reports $8.8 million in assets. That’s pretty good for a judge who has never held a real job and never published a single writing.
Her $4.5 million in securities financial holdings are loaded with Deep State shadow government corruptocrats including Fidelity, Goldman Sachs, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, +++Vanguard+++, Oracle, Credit Suisse, iShares, Morgan Stanley, Chevron, P&G, Coca Cola, JP Morgan, Exxon, Bank of America,
She owns $2.5 million in real estate.
Conclusion: Judges and judge candidates like Dabney all become genius investors.
These nuggets below are from mining activities since our last post. Miners research the documents we have provided in the link below, as well as other relevant information they might find, and then send to us for posting so that smithies can drop in and pick up what they need to develop new, cutting-edge articles, stories, videos, etc.
We have not vetted any of these items for relevancy or truth. This is the job of other miners and smithies to help us determine if any of these stories, links, and leads are valid.
Crikey has taken a closer look at the extent that Serco contracts outsources to other companies and can reveal that millions of dollars from the detention contract has ended up in some startling places.
Nov. 01, 2010
“The paper trail shows how the tender process allows private companies to further outsource, limiting the abilities of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to scrutinise the fulfilment of their contracts.”
From the late 1970s, U.S. Chief Justice Warren Burger led a movement to create Inns of Court in the United States, loosely modelled after the traditional English Inns. In 1985, he and others established the American Inns of Court Foundation to promote and formally charter local Inns of Court across the United States. Each local Inn is devoted to promoting professionalism, civility, ethics, and legal skills amongst the American bench and bar, in a collegial setting, through continuing education and mentoring.
Combined arms of the four Inns of Court. Clockwise from top left: Lincoln’s Inn, Middle Temple, Gray’s Inn, Inner Temple.
The Inns of Court in London are the professional associations for barristers in England and Wales. All barristers must belong to one such association. They have supervisory and disciplinary functions over their members. The Inns also provide libraries, dining facilities and professional accommodation. Each also has a church or chapel attached to it and is a self-contained precinct where barristers traditionally train and practise, although growth in the legal profession, together with a desire to practise from more modern accommodations, caused many barristers’ chambers to move outside the precincts of the Inns of Court in the late 20th century.
Temple Bar Scholarships in the American Inns of Court
The Temple Bar Foundation was created in 1991 by the Right Honorable Lord Denning of Whitchurch, former Master of the Rolls, and Chief Justice of the United States Warren E. Burger to strengthen ties between leading members of the English and American bars and to advocate greater attention to the professional ethical standards those establishments share.
What is the Temple Bar?
The Temple Bar is a great arched stone gate, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, which once stood as an entrance to central London. The area surrounding the Temple Bar was where guilds of lawyers organized into what would become the four English Inns of Court. This same area is now considered “Legal London.” The archway stood in place until 1878, when modern traffic forced its removal to the countryside. It is the last of the original gates to London to remain standing. The Temple Bar gate was returned to the City of London and opened to the public in November 2004. It now serves as an entrance to Paternoster Square just north of one of Wren’s other great achievements, Saint Paul’s Cathedral
Temple Bar Program Highlights
The scholarship is from October 1 through October 26, 2018.
First week highlights:
Attend the ceremonial opening of the legal year at Westminster Abbey
Attend a welcome reception held at the Old Hall, Lincoln’s Inn
Visit the four Inns of Court
Meet with preeminent leaders of the English bench and bar
“Shadow” a barrister and observe and discuss English trial practice
Spend time with a justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Observe appellate arguments
Discuss legal issues with the country’s highest judges
How are Temple Bar Scholars selected?
The three principal selection criteria for Temple Bar Scholars® are:
High academic achievement in law school
Experience as a law clerk for a judge or justice of a leading appellate court, including the Supreme Court of the United States
Oldaker Biden represented CGI Federal Inc. (company awarded the first Obamacare contract) in Serco Inc. v. United States which was a lawyer feeding frenzy that completely gutted the GSA’s contract bid evaluation program named Alliant GWAC that evaluates contracts up to $50 billion. Cost, price and past performance.
Opinion, Doc. No. 174. (Mar. 05, 2008). Serco Inc. et al v. United States et al, 81 Fed. Cl. 463 (Fed. Cl. 2008), 07-cv-00691 (Fed. Cl. 2008). Playing on both sides of this Deep State ball were CGI Federal Inc.; STG, Inc.; Artel, Inc.; Advanced Technology Systems Inc.; Apptis Inc.; Nortel Government Solutions, Inc.;The Centech Group, Inc.; Indus Corporation; Electronic Data Systems Corporation (EDS); International Business Machintes Corporation (IBM); Stanley Associates, Inc.; General Dynamics One Source, LLC; Petrillo Powell LLP; Oldaker Biden LLP; Pompano Murray LLP; Piliero Mazza PLLC; Greenberg Traurig LLP; Martin Associates LLP; Crowell Moring LLP; Barton Baker LLP; Jenner Block LLP; McManus Schor LLP; McMahon Welch LLP; Asmar Schor LLP.
Curiously, little SI International Inc. is given a prominent mention in the Serco v. USA decision. Opinion, Doc. No. 174. (Mar. 05, 2008). Serco Inc. et al v. United States et al, 81 Fed. Cl. 463 (Fed. Cl. 2008), 07-cv-00691 (Fed. Cl. 2008), p. 56.