Former Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich was one of the stalwarts of the Democratic progressive movement back when it was anti-war and focused on real issues. Real progressives, such as the ones I knew (and respected) in the Pacific Northwest in the ’90s and early ’00s, don’t really have a voice anymore, having been drowned out by the promoted Hegelian dialectic. In terms of noise and drama, they have been swept aside by severely brainwashed Millennial zombies. Still Kucinich called the latest shit storm thusly:
“Whether you’re for Trump or against Trump, the White House is under attack from elements inside the intelligence community, which are trying to elevate tensions between Russia and the U.S., and at the bottom of that is money and an agenda to cash in on conflict!”
As reported, Trump lost his NSA advisor General Flynn to dirty tricks. Flynn promoted a conciliatory approach with Russia, and removing him from the chessboard is a neocon victory. Flynn and his son seemed to be the ones most aware of Pedogate issues.
Par for the course, Trump has reached into his oligarch Rolodex and picked yet another tribe member, Stephen Feinberg, to run a review of the intelligence agencies. Feinberg is close to Jared Kushner and in past financial intrigues with Madoff, Enron, etc. Trump has declared that he doesn’t trust the alphabet agencies and especially the Deep State. It doesn’t take much insight or imagination to see this has all the earmarks of a train wreck. Perhaps this is all by design?
Jumping from the frying pan into the fire, Feinberg is literally the “Lord of War.” His Cerberus Capital-run Freedom Group is one of the biggest suppliers of arms and ammunition in the world. This puts the business of and profits from war and conflict into the hands of Wall Street. He also runs private military bases and trains police forces through the Dyncorp subsidiary. Dyncorp trained sheriffs who received green beret-type police and security training under the Israeli police-state model at places such as Fort Bragg and Fort Benning. In the end, the line blurs between criminals and cops.
Along the way, Dyncorp got its tentacles into training U.N. “peacekeepers.” So much for anti-globalism. As shown in the excerpt to the right, Dyncorp was fined for its dealings in Iraq. Dyncorp operates under a large black budget of unknown size.
George Webb, if you accept his limited-hangout narrative, identifies Dyncorp as a bad actor in compromising operations (through Joint Terrorism Task Forces), harvesting and trafficking. Indeed, he uses the term “Dyncorp harvest.” It and the likely Trumpian Public-Private-Partnership-(PPP) model is to run all research and development (the expense) through the government, and then they get the rights and all the profit. They do this for warfare, for IT, for policing, for vaccine and virus development, and for any and all forms of organ harvesting and human trafficking.
“DynCorp has a kind of a God-complex, they justify doing bad things because it’s done to our enemies, but they get to decide who that is,” Webb said. Dyncorp and Feinberg, if applied to an intelligence “review,” will be ruthless, suggesting a brutal fight or even civil war may lie ahead. Are there white hats involved at some level? Alas, probably not.