This is a difficult post for me to make, if what the creator of this clip, Aaron Hawkins of StormCloudsGathering is suggesting is true. Namely, that Trump, like both Bill and Hillary Clinton was also blackmailed by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Epstein is a suspected Mossad agent, whose primary function is to blackmail people with pretensions of power by getting video of them engaging in pedophilia, in order to make them controllable. Epstein was sued for this in 2006. Epstein’s “beard”, his erstwhile age-appropriate girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell is the daughter of known Mossad operative, the late Robert Maxwell. She was accused by numerous victims to be party to Epstein’s pedophilia ring, including by Virginia Giuffre (née Roberts). Both women have sued each other for defamation.
In 2015, Giuffre made allegations of sexual impropriety against the Duke in a civil action in Florida, claiming that he was among men, including “a former prime minister” and Alan Dershowitz" href="//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Dershowitz">Alan Dershowitz, who had sex with her while she was a teenager. Giuffre claimed to have worked as a sex slave for Epstein for several years, starting at the age of 15, when Ghislaine recruited her while she was working as a changing room assistant at Donald Trump’s country club, Mar-a-Lago. (Note that Giuffre never accused Trump of any wrongdoing). Epstein made an out-of-court settlement with Giuffre, as he did with dozens of similar lawsuits. It is very likely that Ghislaine is one of the unidentified (but protected) co-conspirators in Jeffrey Epstein’s plea bargain/non-prosecution agreement. It is truly shocking, given the charges against him by a group of 40 women in 2005, that he served only 13 months of his 18 sentence for a singular conviction of soliciting prostitution. Moreover, he was only required to sleep in the prison. He was free to do as wished during the daytime. Justice was definitely not served in that case.
Hawkins incorrectly states that Trump was a “frequent flyer” on Epstein’s infamous “Lolita Express” to the latter’s property in the Caribbean, dubbed “Orgy Island.” While Hillary appears 6 times in the flight logs and Bill appears roughly 30 times, Trump does not appear in the logs, at all. The rape case lodged against Donald Trump weeks before the Election, in connection with a 1994 Epstein sex party and a 13 year old girl completely fell apart and it appears to have been frivolous and politically motivated, according to the Guardian, who are not exactly Trump fans.
Still, one may wonder if Trump has similar billionaire ju-ju to Epstein’s.
If Hawkins’ implied allegations are true, the only consolations I have are that 1) I still think that I supported the lesser of two evils and 2) it’s become clearer and clearer, with every US Presidential Election in my lifetime, that the office of the POTUS has become increasingly ornamental and that no US President while I’ve been alive was ever “The leader of the free world.” One need only look at the vast gulf which separates the campaign promises of Obama and Trump vs the policies which were/are actually executed during their tenures.
As Hawkins says,”Trump…went from criticizing the anti-Russian narratives, and covert wars of the Obama administration, to engaging in exactly the same behavior in an even more aggressive way. Next up: Trump is moving a major occupation force into Raqqa, while simultaneously escalating on multiple fronts around the world.
“Trump wants you chasing Russian windmills, so that he can carry on with World War 3.”
I would argue that last point. Trump doesn’t want World War 3, the Deep State does – and that’s what I mean about US Presidents not having any real power. Trump has just done a 180º on numerous campaign promises, notably that of avoiding military action in the Levant, so blaming Trump for WW3 doesn’t fly with me, as Trump does not appear to be in control, whatsoever. Another thing that’s become increasingly clear, from all of the recent leaks and whistleblower testimonies, especially in that of former bankster, Ronald Bernard is that to even get a shot at “power” in our corrupt world, one would need to be compromised as a primary qualification.
Hawkins continues, “This also gives talking heads on the alt-right who still support Trump an easy out. Instead of being pressured to admit that the man they helped put into office is evil, and utterly compromised, they get to spar over an issue that (for them and their audience) is patently absurd. This is shielding them from serious questions about their journalistic integrity, and their refusal to call Trump out for what he is.”
To which I say: What? And have Hillary in office, someone much more compromised and controlled by the Deep State? Nukes would have probably gone off by now, if she were in “power”!
Hawkins goes on, “Time to start confronting these rodeo clowns on both the left and the right. Stop letting them pull people into empty rabbit holes while the most dangerous war in human history kicks off with hardly a murmur of dissent. It just takes one voice to break the conformity principle. The emperor wears no clothes.”
Again, I beg to differ, probably because I’m neither Left nor Right, as this has become a completely false dichotomy in the US. Like many others, my support for Trump was a #NeverHillary vote, in the wake of the WikiLeaks revelations and in the hope that he was the lesser criminal. The minute bombs went off in Syria in early April, like many others who voted for Trump, I was outraged, disappointed and very publicly so. Same way I was with Obama and his down-low Predator Drone war in Pakistan, the destruction of Libya, the funding of ISIS, etc., etc. after I voted for him. We have a compromised Uniparty and Hawkins knows this but he just really hates Trump (understandable), so he’s missing the point, here: The Deep State – at least for now – is in control. Not Trump.
Hawkins finishes his piece with a statement that I can get behind 100%: “To those positioned in the alphabet soup agencies that can access the evidence from these cases: You need to take a long hard look at the people you’re working for. When the rule of law has been hijacked by abject criminals, there comes a time when disobedience becomes a moral imperative.”