Brought to my attention by a Reader who suggests:

Trump is saying all the right things…but his background history should not be ignored. He is very, very part of the establishment. For some, it will sadly be impossible to look at the whole picture.

Parts of this article are a bit too out there but AANIRFAN is a good researcher and always provides references and lots of pictures.

I have found in the past that her statements are true. When I began to deal with their reporting on child abuse in Ireland, I had to take a deep breath as I read, but I also knew it to be true. 

Readers, I’m not going to post sensationalism that is going nowhere. I’m not interested in how many hits I get. I’m interested in presenting the best articles I can find, ones that will help us see our way forward. One of my really great posts today – and I’ve only gotten through half of it because it’s long – is this one: Global Freedom Movement Presents Misconceptions of Democracy with Nicole Paul She lays the groundwork and then she demonstrates with facts that we are being ignored, over and over again. It is too late to go through the Court System, and she shared the practical and political reason why.  There is much more, but if you want to learn from this, I suggest you stop reading posts of little value and focus on this one – and others.  More and more, I’m going to limit myself, and if you want to read other posts that I’m now refusing to publish, because they are confusing and/or  sensational, keep telling us in one form or another that we are going to be saved, etc., I have no problem in your going elsewhere. Maybe you will begin to learn discernment, but remember that discernment is your responsibility. It’s up to you 🙂 Hugs, ~Jean

Rudi Juliani and Trump

Donald trump’s ex-wife Ivana Trump used the word ‘rape’ to describe an incident between them in 1989.

“Donald held back Ivana’s arms and began to pull out fistfuls of hair from her scalp… He tore off her clothes and unzipped his pants.

“Then he jams his penis inside her for the first time in more than sixteen months. Ivana is terrified…”


Yusef Salaam was 15 years old when Donald Trump demanded his execution for a rape crime he did not commit.

Donald Trump.

Donald Trump with Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of the ‘Mossad agent’ Robert Maxwell.

Donald Trump said of his close friend Jeffrey Epstein: “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy.

“He’s a lot of fun to be with.

“It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.

“No doubt about it – Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

Donald Trump.


Ghislaine Maxwell is accused of procuring children for Epstein.

Ghislaine Maxwell .

One of Jeffrey Epstein’s young girls was Virginia Roberts.

Virginia Roberts’ father worked for Trump’s Mar a Lago hotel.

Virginia Roberts was ’employed at Trump’s hotel as a towel folder’.


Trump was very close friends with Roy Cohn (above), accused of running child abuse rings for the CIA.

Roy Cohn was Donald Trump’s mentor.

The C.I.A., Mind control & Child Abuse.

Retired Senator Bob Dole says that Donald Trump is being backed by the establishment.

The New York Times report


Bob Dole,”always one to spill the beans … decided he really didn’t give a damn about propriety anymore” and thus admitted that Trump is the establishment’s man.


The Republicans’ Trump plan.

According to the National Review the top Republicans “feel downright confident that Trump is such an empty suit they’ll be able to dominate him with little problem.”

Donald Trump has no fixed views. He will apparently support any policy that will get him elected.

In his book, “The America We Deserve,” published in 2000, Trump supported the ban on assault weapons and criticized Republicans who “walked the NRA line.”


As late as September 2015, Donald Trump supported universal healthcare in an interview on CBS News.

In 1999, Trump identified himself, on the subject of abortion, as being “very pro-choice.”

In 1999, Trump offered proposals to dramatically raise taxes on the rich.

In August 2013, Trump met with illegal immigration activists who he claimed “convinced him” to make it easier for illegal immigrants to stay in the USA.


In a Fox interview, Trump appeared highly sympathetic toward immigrants.

In 1999, Trump claimed he “really” believed “the Republicans are just too crazy right” in an NBC “Meet the Press” interview.

Trump added that his liberal New York origins had shaped his political values.


Donald Trump has no fixed views. He will apparently support any policy that will get him elected.

Donald Trump pretends to be anti-establishment.

But, he never makes any serious attack on the Powers-That-Be.

Trump’s Art – Posing as Reformer Without attacking Power

When Hitler took power in 1933, he chose as his finance minister the former head of the German central bank Hjalmar Schach.

Donald Trump wants Carl Icahn to play an important role in his government.

Icahn, who is Jewish, is ‘a corporate raider, asset stripper, and union buster’.

Trump’s Art – Posing as Reformer Without attacking Power

Donald Trump wants the former CIA boss General David Petraeus to play an important role in his government.

Trump is a creature of the Wall Street banks ‘which threw money at him during the 1980s.’

“A time-tested fascist trick is to divert attention from the bankers and financiers, and direct popular rage towards something else…”

Trump blames Latinos and Moslems, but not the bankers.

Trump’s Art – Posing as Reformer Without attacking Power

Trump, and daughter.

“Hitler and Mussolini used all means necessary to stop their thuggish followers from trying to take over banking, industry, and the army and navy.”

Trump does not want to ban credit default swaps or collateralized debt obligations.

Trump has said that the federal minimum wage should not be increased because wages are already too high.

Trump wants to abolish the estate tax (FDR’s oligarch tax).

Trump wants the top rate on income to fall from about 40% to 25%, ‘meaning a tax bonanza for the rich and super-rich’. 

Those in the top 0.1% would see their taxes reduced by an average of $1.3 million, or 19% of their after-tax-income.

Trump’s program would increase the federal deficit by just under $10 trillion in the first decade, and then by $15 trillion in the second decade. 

Trump’s Art – Posing as Reformer Without attacking Power

“Torture works,” Donald Trump declared on 17 February 2016, repeating his vow to bring back waterboarding and approve other, tougher interrogation techniques.


It is interesting that Alex Jones loves Donald Trump, a man who has been linked to the Jewish Mafia and the CIA.

Trump (left) Cohn (right)

“Roy Cohn was Trump’s mentor.” 

They went out together to nightclubs.

Roy Cohn was the Trump family lawyer.



Roy Cohn ‘ran child abuse rings for the CIA’.

The C.I.A., Mind control & Child Abuse.

Roy Cohn liked boys.
Roy Cohn frequented gay bars.
Roy Cohn was Jewish.
Roy Cohn’s clients, as a lawyer, included the Mafia figures Tony SalernoCarmine Galante and John Gotti.
On at least one occasion Trump and Salerno “met in Cohn’s apartment”.

How Close Was Donald Trump To The Mob? – The Federalist.

In the early 1980s, Trump was building hotels, casinos, and high rises in New York City and Atlantic City.

In both places, the construction industry was controlled by the Mafia.

There are links between La Cosa Nostra and Trump’s projects.

How Close Was Donald Trump To The Mob? – The Federalist.

In Atlantic City, Trump bought a property, at twice its market value, from Salvatore Testa, of the Mafia.

Trump Plaza was built on that site.

Mafia companies helped to build Trump Plaza.

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  1. Frank R says:


    THANK YOU……..THANK YOU……..THANK YOU……………….for this post. Remember I call him the “Wild Card” because just like in an actual card game (election) you never know when it’s going to pop up. But when it does you can use it for different purposes. He IS THE CONTROLLED OPPOSITION” and has been all along as I have been screaming from the beginning.


    Hugs…………Frank R


  2. Ray Songtree says:

    Your article is not objective. The posed pictures with women are just poses. The Tarply article is all about fascism and fitting Trump into his thesis. Jones does not love Trump. The most significant thing about Trump is both sides of media hate him, and so does republican machine. He is upsetting the status quo and you don’t thank him for that. On vaccines, 9/11, immigration he is not politically correct. That is why he is winning, not because he promises pie in the sky. Promises are just promises. The upset apple cart is for real.

    • Jean says:

      Let me ask you, would you find Putin/Lavrov in these poses, available publicly. Would you find them involved with the top video, the one of the mayor of New York City in drag getting hugs by Trump? Is this what you chose to have for President? Okay, your choice, but not me!

      I have no problem with him upsetting the status quo, but are you really willing to accept this man for President? Really? Seems to me you are willing to accept what you see as the least of the evils . . . and that is your choice. Hugs, ~Jean

  3. B says:

    I happened across this article that you may find interesting. At least, the historical parts seem to tie much of the history of the RKM together. Recent history includes the takeover of Turkey, and some info about Syria.

  4. Captain says:

    Mafia controls most steel and concrete companies in the East – NY, NJ, etc. Consequently they get the road construction and most building contracts. If you’re involved in construction, you’re in their playground. Its a State thing more than a Trump thing.
    In any case, nearly all politicans and ceos have ugly backgrounds. That is how they control (leverage) one another for their deal-makings. Its always a question of the lesser of the evils, sad to say.

  5. Julie john says:

    He also has raised great kids. His ex wives like him. He believes in God. He worked hard and he played hard. He can achieve his dreams. Now, why would any man take such outrageous abuse to run for President…and spend his own money. Why would anyone challenge Obama on his birth certificate? Just maybe… Just maybe he wants to make America great again.. Everyone else running is bought and paid for. has anyone taken the time to review all the good things he has done for people? Not in this article. If the economy suffers, the Trump loses money… Sorry I’m going with Trump. Got to believe that he will be better than Obama… And he will work with Putin and China to stop the evil that America has perpetrated on the world…

    • Jean says:

      Julie, I think your one of the many who continue to live in Duality – your choice. 🙂 Besides that, you are so willing to accept the lesser of evils – and that is what you will get. Hugs, ~Jean

  6. Rance says:

    Hi Jean.

    RE: Nicole Paul’s dissertation.

    I watched the whole thing, but I haven’t gone on to her site to see the specifics that may follow this.

    What I have seen does nothing to give me hope that she truly has a more promising approach.
    She is telling us that government has all the power- because we have given it to them by our vote- and that’s that.

    So now we are to abandon any attempts by the people (even though we are to be of the people?) to strive for effective reform through constitutional means (although she glosses over referendum, but doesn’t seem to give it much air time as a real tactic).

    Instead, now we are all to stive to become “jedis” and remote viewers (which she will guide us in?) because she has found this holy grail that will only require a critical mass of 144,ooo to effectively change everything? Haven’t we heard all of this before? We’ve been down this road. (I know you have, Jean.) And what will “the people be doing while all us special jedis are in training for the salvation of the world? Well, waiting of course.

    I noted a subtle but significant difference between Nicole’s understanding of (the American?) Constitution and KrisAnne Hall’s. In Nicole’s, the constitution must be “interpreted” by the judicial system. In Ms. Hall’s, the constitution (Dec. Of Ind.) is clear enough for anyone to understand and requires no outside authority to interpret it (in who’s favour? According to what authority? Each of us is our own authority, right? That is the only jedi training we all need, imo.)

    As far as the notion that voting is effectively a means of authorized delegation to government, and therefore consent, I would like to offer this example as to why that just isn’t true, (but they would love us to accept it as true).

    In my country (Canada), and in my province we had an episode back in the eighties where the federal government was pushing for a sales tax. A local politician was running for federal office on the platform that he would vote against the sales tax. His constituents elected him on that basis. When he got in, he betrayed this trust and voted FOR the tax. His constituents sued for his removal. The Supreme Court ruled that HE WAS NOT RESPONSIBLE TO HIS CONSTITUENTS- HE WAS ONLY RESPONSIBLE TO HIS (POLITICAL) PARTY.
    Is this “consent of the governed”?
    (I don’t believe I have voted since.)

    Nicole comes from a similar (British colonial type of) government as Canada’s, which may explain her concept of constitutional significance and power. They are not all the same. KrisAnne knows the difference lies in the idea that the constitution and government both take a back seat to the source of real authority- the creator who had the wisdom to create beings of equal status and ultimate potential.

    In my opinion, Canada (and Australia) has an anaemic constitution because it doesn’t recognize the principles outlined so succinctly in the American declaration of independence and taught so well by this lady (KrisAnne)- the main failing being that government derives its power from the people rather than the other way around.

    This is why America must win its battle against tyranny through the exercise of its stated constitutional rights. The law has been established. It needs to become effective.

    There may be value to Nicole’s approach, but let’s not forget that the whole point of consciousness evolution is to become more conscious, not to let others do it for us.

    (Having said that, I will still look more into Nicole’s material in the future. It’s hard not to be somewhat cynical these days.)

    • Jean says:

      This is a great response, Rance! I’ll hope to respond to it later. I haven’t the time right now. . . Hugs, ~Jean

    • Jean says:

      Rance, thanks for sharing this. I got about as far as 1:15 minutes, and I began to see that, yes, the constitutions of what I might call the English ‘subjects’ are weak.

      What really hit me as being important is Nicole’s description of how totally fake legal attempts are to reign in the cabal members in the USA. She described how Bill Clinton’s and Richard Nixon’s trials, each in their own way were a joke. In the first, politicians simply voted their party line, and in the second, while Nixon was convicted, President Ford freed him. Then she went on to describe how very long the timeline is for these things to come to trial — and I have to agree with her that we haven’t got that kind of time anymore. It’s too late. This is basically practical information, but I can’t believe that those who are working for Obama’s impeachment haven’t work this out on their own.

      I like KrisAnne Hall’s lessons more than anyone’s, and now that I understand she is likely coming from a biased point of view because of her Christianity, knowingly or unknowingly, I can make efforts to fill in those gaps. Anne von Reitz is someone I simply do not trust. She seems to be one of the people who talks from the ‘cult of the expert’ down to us other citizens, and she absolutely refuses to say an oath of office means nothing if taken to a government and everything if it’s taken to the people. Why? I believe, like the way KrisAnne presents the truth, it is not difficult to understand – and that we have been bamboozled by people who treat us as if we are dumb, because we don’t understand their complicated jargon. If we are to use our discernment, IMO, the only thing we can/should do with people who throw things at us in a complicated way is to trust that they are complete fools, who are good memorizers, and throw their words out . . .of our lives, of our minds, and most of all, out of our hearts. They are created to make us feel inferior.


  7. Alex says:

    Hit piece.

    “Donald Trump pretends to be anti-establishment.

    But, he never makes any serious attack on the Powers-That-Be.”

    Yeah, that is why he bucks every establishment position.

    He wants to be friends with Putin… ’nuff said there.

    He killed any chance Jeb had by making him look like a buffoon in the debates. (Thank You! Donald Trump for getting rid of the next NWO dynasty dip wad.)

    Right now the establishment is struggling to get Rubio’s numbers high enough to provide plausible deniability when they have a brokered convention and give the nomination to Rubio. They probably will have Kasich drop out and seek the VP spot so Rubio could absorb his voting base. This isn’t over yet.

    The good thing is that Trump is winning so overwhelmingly that unless they pull something criminal quick, they will expose themselves undeniably if they try and steal the election later.

    Mainstream media has pulled out the stops with almost every single bit of coverage tilted toward the negative. They do not speak of how well Trump is doing in as much as they ask the question “Who will stop him????”

    Trump was and is a business man. Trump played the system when it was in his favor and made acquaintances with people he may have disdained for purposes of getting a deal done.

    Trump is worth over 10 billion. On this planet that is an impressive amount for an individual to be worth. Trump did not use the banks to make money, he built businesses that created physical establishments which employed thousands of people and created beauty in areas that needed it.

    Trump is running for President because he was asked to. Not because of his great morals or his hatred of the establishment… because Trump does not hate the establishment he views it as the criminals in control that he has to deal with in order to get things done. Would he like the criminals gone? Sure! But he would not risk his life to do it. Trump has a lot of wealth and a great life he does not need the presidency and if you think it would help him, I assure you he isn’t making any friends with the establishment. They hate him, they are scared of him and they don’t know how they are going to convince us Rubio is the man.

    The Rub:
    The “Powers-That-Be” don’t think Hillary can beat Trump and they don’t care if she beats Rubio.

    If you want to open the can you need a can opener. Trump is a can opener.

    Trump will not lead us out of the hands of the Cabal. He will open the crucial doors that will.

    It will be up to us to finish the job.

    • Jean says:

      If I remember correctly Rubio is not a natural-born citizen and has no right to run for President? Please check me out on that one. I think Cruz is the same. I’ve also published information on their debauched backgrounds. Does anyone remember reading it?

      I’m publishing a video from BPEarthwatch, which shows how they are arranging it so Hillary will win. Yes, I agree Trump is revealing all . . . but with history should he be President? Are people so lost – and I’m beginning to think they are – that they will let the upcoming chaos direct their thinking?


  8. Debbie says:

    This is quite the hit piece on Trump…I wondered if it was put out by the Cruz campaign. Interestly enough, when you link back to the blog and hit “about me”, you can’t come up with anything about this blogger….no information at all………so, it’s a lot of conjecture, and a lot damning someone for appearing in public with someone else….people Trump might not even be aware of what they are up to – remember the woman who married Ted Bundy was completely in the dark about what he was up to, and though she was photographed with and married to Bundy, she was not in on his serial murders………, I am no fan of Rothschild’s owned and operated Israel, Netanyahu is a disgrace, and I am sure all of Manhattan is full of the most hideous Jews – Trump living, working and socializing among them is to be expected – NYC has the largest Jewish population outside of israel, so you couldn’t be a working billionaire in NYC without being right in the middle of them 24/7. So, I could blow this off as a particularly nasty hit piece.
    But here is thing, in the back of my mind I can’t quite quiet the nagging question of it seems to me that Trump has been positioning for this run for a very long time….so, the thing about this post that is most damning to me is the cartoon – The Simpsons from 2000……with Trump as President. We know the Illuminati are very patient, they plan their hideous traps for decades in the making – even longer….Trump didn’t just come out of nowhere with his Make America Great Again slogan and run for office, did he? How very sad and tragic it will be all for all these Americans who back him as being for America and Americans…find out that he is yet another sadistic plan for America by the Illuminati……….and that realization means that we are left with ZERO hope of anyone running for office doing anything other than selling us out to the Rothschild communists.
    I saw Trump speak last week, and he came off as warm, charming, funny and even down to earth (this surprised me), so I thought well, here is a man who the establishment hate, the Network News cartel obviously hate him, too……or, do they?

    • Jean says:

      Debbie, this blog has been around far longer than Trump. I’ve know of it for at least a couple years. Yes, it gives information that it backs up. I’ll bet where there is so much smoke, there is surely fire.

      What Trump espouses has nothing to do with UNITY, but with more, more, more separation. If people are willing to accept this, so be it. It won’t get us to another dimension. I’ve heard, however, there will be a separation, and those who aren’t ready to give up duality will move to a place/space? where they will continue to learn, but without the sickness of the cabal which has made our lives a nightmare.


  9. B says:

    Not sure my first comment went through. I happened across this good article about the history of the RKM last night. It starts off with the conquering of Turkey and the Armenian genocide. Seemed to tie the time lines in very well.

  10. Deborah says:

    The Rise Of The Anti Establishment Trump by Larken Rose

  11. Captain says:

    Donald Trump Does Dramatic Reading Of ‘The Snake’ | MSNBC

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