Chuck Baldwin: Some Things I Believe — The “war on terror” is a ruse to create global government • And FOX News (along with many pastors and churches) is at the heart of the pro-war propaganda machine • Neocons and globalists are using the Muslim people as the proverbial Straw Man to give the American people an enemy to hate, so that they will accept perpetual war abroad and police-state measures here at home

From: Chuck Baldwin on Facebook, which he excerpted from Strictly Personal

Some things I believe:

I believe there is a conspiracy of powerful elitists to surrender America’s independence and national sovereignty to a globalist New World Order. I believe the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, and Bilderbergs are especially culpable in this evil subterfuge of our liberties. I had hoped that Donald Trump would honor his word to “drain the swamp” of establishment insiders, but he hasn’t. As with every President of both major parties before him, Trump has littered his administration with CFR globalists. In just the first couple of months of his presidency, Donald Trump appointed more CFR members and fellow travelers than Barack Obama.

I believe that the national news media purposely keeps the American people in the dark about the truth of what is really going on. I believe the media deliberately covered up the events of 9/11, Waco, Ruby Ridge, TWA Flight 800, the Oklahoma City bombing, the Sandy Hook school shootings, etc., ad infinitum. Heck, I believe the media covered up what really happened in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963, when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. For all intents and purposes, the national news media is little more than a propaganda ministry of the federal government.

I am also convinced that there is a blatant attempt underfoot to turn the United States into a police-state-style surveillance society, to which personal freedoms and liberties are being quickly and egregiously sacrificed. Passage of the USA Patriot Act, the Military Commissions Act, and the Indefinite Detention clauses of the National Defense Authorization Acts (NDAA) are examples of this flagrant betrayal of freedom. And the Democrat and Republican parties are equally culpable in this blatant usurpation of our liberties. And on this subject, too, Donald Trump is on the exact same course as his predecessors.

I opposed the preemptive invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan by G.W. Bush, the bombings of Libya, along with the current bombings and drone attacks going on in countries throughout the Middle East–including Trump’s bombing of Syria and his decision to increase the number of U.S. ground forces in the Middle East. It should be obvious to everyone that the Obama administration did nothing to change the perpetual war/preemptive war doctrine introduced by George W. Bush. And it should be equally obvious that Donald Trump is continuing to escalate America’s unconstitutional wars of aggression around the world. At the rate Trump is going, the United States could soon be in a global nuclear war.

I am personally convinced that ISIS, al-Nusra, etc., are contrivances of Dark (illegal) Operations of America’s CIA, British Intelligence, and Israel’s Mossad. Saudi Arabia and Turkey are also partners in this nefarious activity. I’ll say it flat out: The “war on terror” is totally the creation of the Deep State in the West to keep America in a state of perpetual war and to keep the people of America in a state of perpetual fear and anger.

Furthermore, I believe the international “war on terror” is a ruse to assist the goals of the central banks to create global government. All of the talk about Iran and Syria (and even North Korea) being a threat to the world is a bunch of hysterical propaganda. And FOX News (along with many pastors and churches) is at the heart of the pro-war propaganda machine. Neocons and globalists are using the Muslim people as the proverbial Straw Man to give the American people an enemy to hate, so that they will accept perpetual war abroad and police-state measures here at home.

I opposed the bailouts for Wall Street. I regard the Federal Reserve as a corrupt cabal of international banksters whose actions are nothing short of criminal. I wholeheartedly support the abolition of the Federal Reserve and a return to sound money.

I believe both major parties in Washington, D.C., are drunk on government spending. No matter which Party controls Congress or the White House, government spending skyrockets, as do deficits. We are witnessing this reality yet again. Just this week, with the GOP in control of both houses of Congress and the White House, we watched the House approve–and President Trump endorse–yet MORE federal spending and LARGER federal deficits. G.W. Bush spent more tax dollars than Bill Clinton; Barack Obama spent more than Bush; and Donald Trump is already spending more than Obama. When it comes to federal spending, there truly isn’t a dime’s worth of difference between the two parties. No wonder Senator Rand Paul said this about the omnibus spending bill that passed the House this week: “President Hillary Clinton would have been proud of this bill.”

And speaking of federal spending, one reason Donald Trump wants to increase military spending is because the U.S. government is dropping so many bombs all over the globe that the military is running out. Consider: as of April 30, the U.S. has dropped over 79,000 bombs just in Iraq, Syria, and Libya.

I believe G.W. Bush and Dick Cheney should be in prison for committing international war crimes against humanity and Hillary Clinton should be in prison for selling access to her office to foreign interests and for facilitating (or maybe even directly causing) the death of America’s Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens. I believe politicians such as Lindsey Graham, John McCain, Chuck Schumer, and Nancy Pelosi are enemies of freedom.

Skousen: The Voices Trump Listens To – Rupert Murdoch, who owns Fox News, is a globalist seeking to control conservative information by making sure Fox never utters a word about conspiracy issues

World Affairs Brief, April 28, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com).

THE VOICES TRUMP LISTENS TO

As more and more information leaks out about who advises Trump, it’s no longer as simple as Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner or Reince Priebus, who we’ve not heard anything from in weeks. Last month I reported that globalist neocon John McCain talks almost daily with National Security Advisor HR McMaster, and weekly with Secretary of Defense Mattis and that can’t be good. The NY Times gave a rundown of who has the ear of the president, and it should worry his supporters.

As Mr. Trump’s White House advisers jostle for position, the president has turned to another group of advisers — from family, real estate, media, finance and politics, and all outside the White House gates — many of whom he consults at least once a week.

Mr. Trump’s West Wing aides, like President Bill Clinton’s staff two decades before, say they sometimes cringe at the input from people they can’t control, with consequences they can’t predict. Knowing these advisers — who are mostly white, male and older — is a key to figuring out the words coming from Mr. Trump’s mouth and his Twitter feed.

Here, based on interviews with more than a dozen friends, top aides and advisers inside and outside the White House, are 20 of Mr. Trump’s outside touchstones.

Rupert Murdock: The two share preferences for transactional tabloid journalism and never giving in to critics. (Mr. Trump said the fallen Fox star Bill O’Reilly should not have settled sexual harassment complaints.) The president’s relationship with Mr. Murdoch is deeper and more enduring than most in his life, and the two commiserate and plot strategy in their phone calls, according to people close to both.

Murdoch, who owns Fox News, is a globalist seeking to control conservative information by making sure Fox never utters a word about conspiracy issues. Any longtime friend knows Trump is a sucker for sympathy and can play him.

Sean Hannity: Presidents always deploy surrogates to appear on television to spout their talking points, but Mr. Trump has expanded on that by developing relationships with sympathetic media figures like Mr. Hannity who also serve as advisers. Mr. Hannity, the Fox News host, defends Mr. Trump’s most controversial behavior in public, but privately, according to people close to Mr. Trump, he urges the president not to get distracted, and advises him to focus on keeping pledges like repealing the Affordable Care Act.

I think Trump would like to keep his promises, but he doesn’t have the intellectual ammunition or good advice on how to counter all the demands and machinations of Washington insiders.

Chris Ruddy: The chief executive of Newsmax Media is a longtime Mar-a-Lago member and was a Trump cheerleader among conservative media well before the website Breitbart joined the parade. He employs writers and editors who tracked Mr. Trump’s career when they were at The New York Post. He recently visited the Oval Office, and he and Mr. Trump kibitz in Florida and by phone.

Ruddy did a great job exposing the Vince Foster murder and the government cover-up, but has become a conspiracy denier of sorts (never mentions it anymore) since going mainstream with NewsMax, which I call “NewsMin.”

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Skousen: Bill O’Reilly Forced Out at Fox — “While many conservatives are upset, I’m not one of them and not at all surprised either. I always found O’Reilly arrogant and offensive to anyone who disagreed with him. He also had a near perpetual smirk on his face which is telling about the less-than-honest personality deep within. He was an inveterate conspiracy denier, which also put him on my bad list of “wolves in sheep’s clothing” among so-called “conservative” commentators • That said, there is nothing worse than a conservative hypocrite who is a “luthario” —someone who is always on the hunt to seduce women…”

World Affairs Brief, April 21, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com).

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BILL O’REILLY FORCED OUT AT FOX

Bill O’Reilly, the most popular and widely watched news commentator on cable television has been forced to resign at Fox News because of multiple charges of sexual harassment from women at Fox News. While O’Reilly has continually denied all charges, it’s hard to believe that denial given the reported $13 million Fox News has paid out to settle multiple lawsuits. His ouster follows that of Fox News Chief Roger Ailes who cost Fox $35 million in out of court settlements. That’s a lot of money to pay for tolerating sexual predators in house.

While many conservatives are upset with Fox for firing O’Reilly, I’m not one of them and not at all surprised, either. I always found O’Reilly arrogant and offensive to anyone who disagreed with him. He also had a near perpetual smirk on his face which is telling about the less-than-honest personality deep within. He was an inveterate conspiracy denier, which also put him on my bad list of “wolves in sheep’s clothing” among so-called “conservative” commentators.

That said, there is nothing worse than a conservative hypocrite who is a “luthario” —someone who is always on the hunt to seduce women. That’s the description that best fits what former staff and presenters at Fox have said here and here. And, remember, these aren’t the ones subjected to the worst advances of O’Reilly who by their settlement agreement must remain silent. Kristin Powers relates this:

Former Fox News political analyst Kirsten Powers told CNN’s Cooper that she complained about inappropriate comments O’Reilly allegedly made, but was told by then-Fox News chief Roger Ailes that he couldn’t do anything because O’Reilly made too much money for the channel.

She said that O’Reilly’s downfall at the network was ‘stunning because Bill O’Reilly was Fox News. ‘He had so much power there and it was sort of unthinkable that he would ever leave there except on his own terms.’

O’Reilly’s dismissal came from the very top, from the two heirs of Rupert Murdoch, Lachlan and James. Both were also instrumental in ousting Roger Ailes, who was long protected by Rupert. Now they have dropped the hammer on O’Reilly who was protected by Ailes until his ouster. Sadly, O’Reilly walks away with a golden parachute of $25M.

The question for Fox is, will it’s advertisers who bailed out over the O’Reilly scandal return. I think they will because Fox fans, addicted to all-day cable news, really have nowhere else to go. Fox News is a $90 million operation and its nearest competitor, Chris Ruddy’s NewsMax is second at only $10M according to estimates. But Fox will have to scramble to replace lost income since it has now lost its two biggest stars, Megyn Kelly, who is still trying to find a place on mainstream NBC daytime talk shows, and Bill O’Reilly.

Neither are a big loss to conservatives, in my opinion. Kelly was only an occasional conservative when it served her purposes at Fox. She now showing her liberal bent at NBC. O’Reilly was always a RINO conservative, having supported government registration of guns, the Paris climate change agreement and opposed the death penalty— positions out of step with real conservatives. Fox also continues to have a big draw in Sean Hannity, but he too is a conspiracy denier, which denies Fox listeners a crucial understanding our battle with the dark side of government.

Tucker Carlson has the good fortune of being the one to replace O’Reilly at the top spot in prime time. I like Carlson a lot and find that he’s a breath of fresh air compared to all the rest. Carlson never comes across as arrogant and dismissive of others as did O’Reilly and sometimes Hannity, who also has a huge ego.

Fox clearly has some rebuilding to do. It bends over backward to put on a lot of Left-liberals on the air for “balance.” –So much so, that you hear a lot of bad information on the network. Conservatives only tolerate this because they expect to hear some more conservative analysis (most of the time) from O’Reilly, Hannity and Carlson. As the NY Times said,

No two people did more to build Fox News Channel into a powerful cultural-political force than Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly… Mr. O’Reilly quickly climbed to the top of the cable ratings, then pulled the rest of the network along with him as he became one of the biggest stars in television news history.

In so doing, he empowered Mr. Ailes to build Fox News into more than America’s No. 1 cable news network. Much more significantly, Mr. O’Reilly helped Mr. Ailes turn it into the beating heart of a new, populist conservative movement, one that reshaped the political landscape while making its parent company, 21st Century Fox, billions.

I think that last comment is important. Fox News has never been truly conservative or dedicated to liberty—not with a globalist like Rupert Murdoch as owner. It’s populist like Trump and rode the wave of anti-Obama Left-liberalism to the top. Now those billions are partially in jeopardy, but I don’t think Fox will lose its number one spot—all the rest of cable news is just too bad to listen to in comparison.

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I’m glad to see him go. He’s been the biggest mocker of 9/11 truthers (calling them ‘pinheads’), pushes all of the Talmudic Zionist wars and the torture, made sure Ron Paul would not get in; pushed John McCain instead onto the good people who trust Fox News to be really ‘fair and balanced.’

He and those like him are responsible to a big degree for the fall of the USA. It’s good that the conservatives are finding out how corrupt their media stars really are.

I think that when O’Reilly (and some others) knowingly lies to cover up for Israel, etc., they feel guilty, and then try to appease their guilt with sex, etc..

The left may consider this a victory, but Bill O’Reilly was one of the most effective gatekeepers for the NWO Zionist elite — steering good people away from truth and into wars and the end of America.

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