I had occasion recently to engage with the thinking of the very talented Professor Igor Panarin, a most distinguished Russian intelligence officer and strategic forecaster, and today the dean of the Russian school for future diplomats. In 1998 he predicted the break-up of the USA by 2010 – a Balkanized USA influenced by others, with Alaska going completely to Russia.
I have published an eighteen page response to him (with seven graphics and fifty-six endnotes each containing links to sources), easily found at http://tinyurl.com/Steele-2ndAmRev. I thought here to provide an abbreviated version (below) of my thinking for members of the Russian International Affairs Council.
What happens when the president goes to war with his own spies?
The New Republic
19 March 2018
Phi Beta Iota: Bamford understates the cost of the IC – over eight years Obama spent close to $400 billion, not the $100 billion that Bamford cites. If one includes hidden support costs in other budgets, and offshore (off budget) funding, it is highly likely the secret world has wasted much more than that.
The below document has been approved as a preliminary vision statement for the Judicial Commision of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Exploitation, where Robert Steele, the author, has agreed to serve as the Chief Counsel to Sir John Walsh of Brannagh.
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. –Ephesians 6:12
In my recent interview with Sarah Westhal, one of the finest interviewers in the alternative media sphere — a business professor with an incisive mind who values facts and a commitment to seeking out the truth, I was asked about the Holocaust and responded that “it’s complicated.”
I created the below material, with a tip of the hat to Peter Dale Scott, author of the seminal work on the Deep State, to support a forthcoming book.
What is missing from most works on the Deep State is the combination of Rothschilds and Vatican at the top, pedophilia and Satanic ritual murder and blood drinking as the “glue,” and the ease with which the Deep State can be taken down.
I should no longer be astonished, but the ignorance of the American people at large (indeed all publics including the UK and Nordic and European publics) combined with the craven complicity of the fake news media led by the Crap News Network (CNN) has resulted in there being a very large number of people — perhaps including Steve Bannon — who are delusional about the reality of US politics. The USA is not a functional democracy. When James Baker says this on national television (on the Crap News Network, of course, with the sock-puppet interviewer not challenging him), James Baker is lying. He is hypocritical. He knows that 40 odd billionaires control the two-party tyranny. He knows that while some of the billionaires play the left of center game and others play the right of center game, they are all fascists — they are all about the 1% controlling the economy, the government, and society for their benefit and that none of them — not even Tom Steyer who once had the best of intentions — actually give a shit about the public interest. Not one of them — including Michael Bloomberg — is capable of intelligently discussing why electoral reform is root and why holistic analytics, true cost economics, and open source everything engineering (OSEE) must become the foundation for creating a prosperous world at peace, a world that works for the 99% not just the 1%. I have not given up on the oligarchs — if Donald Trump gets a strategy and a staff to match his brains and balls, I expect some of these oligarchs to become constructive allies. I single out Lynn Rothchild, whose concept of Inclusive Capitalism has merit but will never come to fruition as long as she is surrounded by pedophiles and sychophants.
The U.S. Intelligence Community’s (IC) clandestine human intelligence (HUMINT) services are experiencing an erosion of their core mission and values, with consequences to our current and future collection capability. . . . I believe the issue in the IC is not the need for a new service but the need for experienced mission-enablers, vice political loyalists, at the command level. . . . Former CIA Deputy Director Stephen Kappas spoke poignantly of this condition when he said he could find 100 Agency officers willing to risk their lives in a war zone, but could find not one willing to risk his/her career.