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Russophobia and the Impeachment of Donald Trump

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On November 13, 2019, the Impeachment Hearing before the Congress of the United States began to be publicly televised. Prior to that, the substance behind this move, whether it was a political game or something darker, its real consequences and historical framing, had been speculation and rumor.

What has become clear is that Trump wasn’t targeted by the Deep State but by rather something even more sinister, the vast mechanisms of the Cold War that survive to this day.

This is what we will be bringing into focus today. This information will be in no history book, will not be taught at any university and certainly will not enjoy a part in the narrative of the 20th and 21st centuries where such truths are long forbidden.

There is little question that Trump has surrounded himself with poor advisors. Shunning what Washington has to offer was, to Trump, a safe move. After all, his own party, the GOP, had staged the fake war on terror, looted the US economy in 2007-8, and set up a vast mechanism under the Department of Homeland Security and NSA that now threatens the freedom of everyone in the world, not just Americans.

These “mechanisms” now operate hand in hand with Google and Facebook in a thinly veiled effort to censor and pollute all sources of information on the planet. This is no accident.

Moreover, the fact that the GOP, since the 2005 Supreme Court decision under Citizens United v. FEC, had begun accepting billions in campaign contributions laundered through gambling, human trafficking and narcotics, Trump’s own party had become fertile ground for a deluge of wrongdoing.

All it needed was an opportunity and the “wrecking ball” style of Donald Trump to make it all possible.

What no one told Trump and what his “ill-advisors” were too ignorant to take into account was the massive lobby that “self-funds” through congress and endless series of hidden bureaucracies, which still exist to oppose the no longer existing Soviet Union.

This nearly invisible relic of an earlier time is at the root of the attack on the Presidency.

Though ISIS and al Qaeda may have many parents, the public relations organizations – as we kindly call them, the real term is “psychological warfare,” set up to fight the Soviets some years ago – took ISIS and al Qaeda under their wing, albeit obliquely.

No one around Trump understands any of these mechanisms, some like former advisor John Bolton, were, in fact, born of these efforts.

Thus, the institutes that were........

© New Eastern Outlook