by Arjun Walia November 7, 2017 (collective-evolution.com)
• In an interview with ufologist Richard Dolan, Dolan related that prior to winning the US Presidency, Donald Trump was outspoken about the power of corporate America, elite level pedophilia in the government, and government backing of terrorist organization. He was clearly a political “outsider” and not Deep State.
• Said Dolan, “the power elite (ie: Deep State) closed ranks and did everything possible to ensure a victory for Clinton. This included not only the Democratic party, but the entire mainstream media machine, the financial community, the EU, and even the Republican party itself.”
• Dolan continues, “For more than a year, we [were] been told that Trump is a racist, sexist, xenophobe, liar, cheat, and narcissist. The attack bears all the marks of a coordinated effort among the major news outlets: CNN, NYT, WaPo, HuffPo, USA Today, and the rest.”
• But once elected, a President will receive a visit from the Deep State who will inform the President what he is expected to do. Then the President’s whole rhetoric changes. Presidents don’t really call the shots, and this is exactly what they find out when they get into office. They are forced to make moves for others and then claim the decisions as their own.
• And this is apparently what has happened to Donald Trump. “I see Donald Trump as being checkmated already by the national security community.”
• Perhaps Trump underestimated the strength of the Deep State and thought he could do more? Perhaps he still has some sort of plan? Only time will tell.
• Prior to his interest in UFOs, Dolan studied U.S. Cold War strategy, European history, and international diplomacy at Oxford University and then at the University of Rochester. He was a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship.
We recently conducted an interview with historian Richard Dolan, mainly on the topic of UFOs, but that’s not his only area of expertise. Prior to his interest in UFOs, Richard completed his graduate work at the University of Rochester, where he studied U.S. Cold War strategy, European history, and international diplomacy. Before that, he studied at Alfred University and Oxford University, and was a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship.
He’s a critical thinker, and we were thankful for the opportunity to pick his brain and gain some insight into some subjects that can be confusing and difficult to navigate.
Prior to the election, and more so during the election campaign, Donald Trump was an outsider to the political sphere. This became most evident when he attempted to dismantle the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership, a deal that would give several multinational corporations even more power than they already have.
We don’t really live in a democracy, we live in a corporatocracy, and Donald Trump, prior to his win, was very outspoken about the power of corporate America. Not only did he denounce the TPP, but he also called out elite level pedophilia within the U.S. government and how the U.S. government has been creating and funding terrorist organizations like ISIS.
This type of rhetoric from Trump was unheard of, and made it clear that he is not (or at least wasn’t then) part of the “Deep State,” an elite group that, as New York City mayor John F. Hylan once said, “like a giant octopus sprawls its slimy legs over our cities, states and nation.” This “little coterie of powerful international bankers virtually run the United States government for their own selfish purposes. They practically control both parties … [and] control the majority of the newspapers and magazines in this country.“
Shortly after Trump’s victory, Dolan wrote on his website that he was “surprised as anyone,” and that “like many other independent analysts, including most recently Julian Assange, I had been certain that the establishment would not allow a Trump presidency to happen.”
He goes on:
For sure, the power elite closed ranks and did everything possible to ensure a victory for Clinton. This included not only the Democratic party (which previously played dirty pool against Bernie Sanders), but the entire mainstream media machine, the financial community, the EU, and even the Republican party itself. If nothing else, I had concluded that the media alone had done a sufficient job of demonizing Trump – multiple negative headlines daily for more than a year – to make him unelectable to the American people.
For more than a year, we have been told that Trump is a racist, sexist, xenophobe, liar, cheat, and narcissist. The attack bears all the marks of a coordinated effort among the major news outlets: CNN, NYT, WaPo, HuffPo, USA Today, and the rest. It reminded me very much of the concerted media attack against Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff which culminated earlier in 2016 in her impeachment and removal from power. In the case of Rousseff, we see what has been alternately described as a soft coup or a Wall Street coup, rather along the lines of the “color revolutions” of a few years earlier (which are now largely understood as CIA-NGO orchestrated). In both cases, pretexts were created and hammered home by an insistent media that whipped up public opinion. In Brazil, it worked. It seemed like it would work in the U.S.
It is important to understand why Trump was demonized. To be sure, his character makes it easy. There is no shortage of narcissistic, sexist, or otherwise offensive statements in his repertoire from which to draw. But I have never and will never believe this is why he was demonized. Ultimately, Trump is a disruptor, and his disruption falls squarely against the two key pillars of the American ruling elite’s ideology: neoliberalism and neoconservatism.
The fact that Trump was an outsider looking in, unlike Hillary, who is and has clearly been a puppet for the global financial elite, was extremely obvious from his comments regarding various issues.
But Things May Have Changed Since the Election, Dolan Explains…
As with almost every other president, promises and statements are made, yet they never follow through, and that’s because there exists a secret government, which many presidents and politicians have discussed in the past.
The most recent reference came from Vladimir Putin in a live interview, where he explained the situation as follows: “So a person is elected, he comes with his ideas. Then people with briefcases come to visit him, well dressed, in dark suits kind of like mine. Except instead of a red tie it’s black or navy. And then they explain what to do, and the whole rhetoric changes, you see? This happens from one administration to the next.”
As you can see, presidents don’t really call the shots, and this is exactly what they find out when they get into office. It seems their hands are tied, and they are forced to make moves for others and then claim the decisions as their own.
This is why their rhetoric and promises drastically change once they get into office. Perhaps Trump underestimated the strength of the deep state and thought he could do more? Perhaps he still has some sort of plan? only time will tell.
FAIR USE NOTICE: This page contains copyrighted material the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. ExoNews.org distributes this material for the purpose of news reporting, educational research, comment and criticism, constituting Fair Use under 17 U.S.C § 107. Please contact the Editor at ExoNews with any copyright issue.