by Fabian Colbachi, CPW NEWS SERVICE
You can't start with Donald Trump, the release of DNC's emails that were claimed to have been engineered by Russian spies protecting Edward Snowden and perhaps WikiLeaks' Julian Assange. You have to go back, way back to American academic Anthony C. Sutton.
In his 1970 book Between Two Ages: America's Role in the Technetronic Era (New York: Viking Press; 1970), Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote: For impressive evidence of Western participation in the early phase of Soviet economic growth, see Antony C. Sutton's Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development: 1917-1930, which argues that 'Soviet economic development for 1917-1930 was essentially dependent on Western technological aid' (p.283), and that 'at least 95 per cent of the industrial structure received this assistance.' (p. 348).
Sutton's thesis would be laid out even more impressively in his 1973 book National Suicide: Military Aide to the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union was dependent on the inflow of Western industrial and technological capital. Sutton would repeat the case in his later book The Best Enemy Money Can Buy.
This meant, then, that the Cold War was contrived....a case that Sutton also asserts. This means that everything from the Berlin Wall to the failure of the Bay of Pigs and even the Vietnam War were chips in the ratcheting up of the pot for the big game of poker called...."building consent for war". An analysis of Cold War profit ventures like the use of lead-based house paint as a defense against fire ignition from a fireball that had the same companies in which former U.S. military officers were heavily invested, also made bullets and gasoline additives five or more decades after the health risks associated with lead were known in Europe, thus verifying the bamboozle. In the 1950's the architect who designed the World Trade Center in the early 1970's found his St. Louis Pruitt-Igoe housing project used as an undeclared test site for the effects of nuclear radiation....a story covering the PhD thesis available online of Dr. Lisa Martino-Taylor. Pruitt-Igoe was "pulled" in 1972 by the same controlled demolition company, CDI, that quickly finished the demo of the World Trade Center which the Bin Laden's favorite architect, Minoru Yamasaki, had built as a model of Mecca in Manhattan, as odd a design for NYC as was the design of the U.S. Navy's SEAL headquarters in San Diego, California as a Nazi swastika.
When the Cold War ended the U.S. NeoCons whose personal family histories are as linked to this U.S./Soviet conjoining as two Russell terriers in heat, led the case laid out by former NATO commander, General Wesley Clark, whose description of the Bush NeoCon's adventures in the Middle East calling for five or six wars in so many years in places like Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria...SURPRISE! Sutton's writings reveal that what Noam Chomsky described in his book, Manufacturing Consent, long preceded Chomsky and was affirmed even earlier than Sutton or Chomsky by two-time Congressional Medal of Honor winner and author of his 1935 book War Is A Racket, General Smedley Darlington Butler.
Not surprisingly, Michele and Barack Obama met in the historic Republican, Springfield, Illinois law firm of Sidley Austin which had merged in 2000 with the deeply connected National City Bank legal counselors of Brown & Wood which had just moved into the World Trade Center, but lost only one of its 600 employees on 911. It was in Springfield's State House that Hillary Clinton told us that it was there that Abraham Lincoln told us that "a house divided cannot stand," omitting the fact that the Civil War was a great a war-racketing-bamboozle as we've ever seen. It was National City Bank that Smedley Butler said he had served as "a goon on three continents" while securing the country of Nicaragua for Brown Brothers Harriman which evolved into the brutal dictatorship of Anastosio Samoza whose business partners would be Neal and Linden Blue whose company, General Atomics, produced the bulk of the world's depleted uranium used as warheads from GA's Predator and Reaper drones as well as supplying armor in the M1-Abrams battle tanks. "We all knew that war is hell, but we didn't know what a racket it was until Smedley told us," said historian Dr. Lowell P. Wigglesworth who believes that Ted Cruz's strange performance at the RNC is informed by former CIA agent Ray McGovern's assessment of Allen Dulles' handling of a 1963 op-ed in the Washington Post by former President Harry S. Truman and the further assessment of reporter Wayne Madsen who has investigated Cruz's father's history in the CIA.
Wigglesworth has laid out clearly the case that the U.S. Civil War was fought over three motives: abolition of slavery, states rights, and the rail route to the Pacific. The last motive was unspoken and untaught, but clearly the war-profit motive that was also attached to the poppy-based anesthetics from the Golden Crescent of the old Ottoman Empire that was taken over by the British and Jewish trader, David Sassoon whose poppy-product-purveying was then taken over by New England China trader and opium importers John Perkins Cushing and Caleb Cushing who negotiated the first US/Chinese trade agreement.....a story that only Lowell P. Wigglesworth can tell effectively.
That Donald Trump is calling for a change in NATO should not send shivers down the spines of Americans and Europeans with one caveat. Reagan should have called for the change first, but didn't. Why not? Because it would upset the status quo of war profiteering? The former Soviets under Gorbachev were much more to our liking than Putin's Russia even though they fought against us in "Charlie Wilson's War" that spawned Al Qaeda which then fought as allies with the Mujahedeen against the Russians with CIA backing. Al Qaeda evolved from within the Muslim Brotherhood in Mubarak's repressive Egypt, but who were evicted, exiled by the Muslims of the Arab Spring and for good reason. They were the handmaidens of not only the CIA, but the repressive Saudi royals whose business and political ambitions were tied to the Bush and Republican political dynasty that Trump now threatens and which was partially, and inaccurately, laid out in the long-delayed release of 28 pages of the Official 911 Report that sends readers on a wild Al Qaeda goose chase to Los Angeles, California instead of to the ground zero of the 911 plot's evolution: Texas. Al Qaeda, of course, claimed to have attacked us on 911....a charge that is now widely rejected by over 3000 U.S. and international engineers, architects, metallurgists and physicists who claim the science of 911 does not match the terrorism scenario.
Today, Trump looks at NATO and sees that the old Soviet Union had more of a natural alliance with the West than Stalin's Soviets. Western citizens weren't allowed the idea of an alliance coming out of World War II. Indeed, had we wanted to end the racket of war the logical step after World War II when Stalin's crimes were fresher on our minds, if not an alliance, would have been the offer of General George S. Patton to roll on into Stalingrad and Moscow, but that would have been to flatten Anthony Sutton's described Western profit-pumping-mishegoss of endless war.
The stakes for Donald Trump are much higher now. Putin is not Gorbachev. Putin is a throwback to Sutton's early definition with a chunk of Russian organized crime thrown in....the same complaint made of Trump and his apparent New York underworld connections, not to mention friendship with Jeff Epstein, Bill Clinton's pedophile buddy and owner of the "Lolita Express".... while Gorbachev and Yeltsin were our best bets for forging a new NATO on the anvil of ever changing political evolution.` The problem is, of course, that "it is what it is" is never "what it is." Certainly, the Soviet Union's control over all forms of terrorism was effective if brutal.....lumping in there even Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Had we redefined NATO much, much earlier we could have yielded a more stable Middle East even if it rattled some cages in Peking.
So now the DNC from its cauldron room of Bill and Hillary's shadowy alliances that Dr. Ben Carson chose to cast in Luciferian terms is pointing to Putin as the partner with Donald Trump in dashing the arrival of America's first ovarian President. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders, finds himself in the wings wondering how the youth of America will ever be truly reengaged in the rigged political process, but not asking himself, yet....."did I fail to make the case that I'm not a 'socialist' in the traditional sense of the word....whatever that means."