Many of us are trying to make sense of what’s going on in the corridors of power – why certain crims aren’t gone after, why a perfectly straightforward Brexit has not taken place.
And most of us interested in these things understand the answer – it does not suit the global agenda. Moving specifically to the US, this is an interesting quote:
“[T]he power elite can be best described as a “triangle of power,” linking the corporate, executive government, and military factions: “There is a political economy numerously linked with military order and decision. This triangle of power is now a structural fact, and it is the key to any understanding of the higher circles in America today.”
The 2016 US election, like all other US elections, featured a gallery of pre-selected candidates that represented the three factions and their interests within the power elite.
The 2016 US election, however, was vastly different from previous elections. As the election dragged on, the power elite became bitterly divided, with the majority supporting Hilary Clinton, the candidate pre-selected by the political and corporate factions, while the military faction rallied around their choice of Donald Trump.
That’s interesting in the context of comments on two posts at my place, particularly about “Q”.
In the first, don’t bother with the post itself, which was just a photo and some throwaway words – the real deal is in comments:
The second takes that curious incident of the exploding engine up and continues the question – who these women really were/are – there seems some skulduggery behind it:
I’d not ordinarily link to my site but I’m too knackered to bodily lift the text in comments by Bill and DR – I point particularly to the bit on “Q”.