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How Trump Win changed US Politics forever

Global Intel Hub (Zero Hedge Exclusive) 10/7/2018 — Now that MidTerms are coming up, the heat is being turned up on Trump in the deep state’s ‘death by a thousand cuts’ approach to assassinate his character and any of his allies as well.  But in this flagrant and public information war against Trump, the deep-state has shown it’s hand, as it’s a public game, so it’s easy to explain here what’s going on.  As we have explained in our book Splitting Bits, the world is not as it seems.

Since about 1950, the United States has developed an extremely sophisticated system of manipulating political systems:

The most infamous episodes include the ousting of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh in 1953 — whose government was replaced by an authoritarian monarchy favorable to Washington — the removal and assassination of Congolese leader Patrice Lumumba in 1961, and the violent toppling of socialist Chilean President Salvador Allende, whose government was swept aside in 1973 by a military coup led by the ruthless Gen. Augusto Pinochet.  For decades, these actions were considered imperatives of the Cold War, part of a global struggle against the Soviet Union and its supposed leftist proxies. Its key participants included scheming diplomats like John Foster Dulles and Henry Kissinger, who advocated aggressive, covert policies to stanch the supposedly expanding threat of communism. Sometimes that agenda also explicitly converged with the interests of U.S. business: In 1954, Washington unseated Guatemala’s left-wing president, Jacobo Arbenz, who had had the temerity to challenge the vast control of the United Fruit Co., a U.S. corporation, with agrarian laws that would be fairer to Guatemalan farmers. The CIA went on to install and back a series of right-wing dictatorships that brutalized the impoverished nation for almost half a century.

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