Meet the Neocons, 9/11 Criminals and Goldman Bankers On Team Trump

11/12/201665 Comments

The voting machines have decided who will be the next puppet figurehead of the Pax Americana deep state for the next four years. The circus is over and the peanut shells are being swept out of the stands. So what do we have to show for all of it?

Well, I have some good news, some bad news, and some not-so-good news for you. Let's start with the bad news.

Apparently some people voted for Trump in the belief that he was some sort of anti-establishment truth-telling hero of the working class. I hate to be the one to disabuse you of this notion, so let's just look at his transition team, his campaign team, the people who have already been tapped to be part of the new administration and the people who are being contacted for potential cabinet appointments. Warning: It's not a pretty picture.

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  1. Greg Bacon says:

    Yes, now that reality is setting in, here come the hangovers.

    Someone like Trump doesn’t make and lose three fortunes, then make another one, while operating out of NYC without being in bed with the Wall Street gangsters that are looting America and cheerleading for the very profitable War of Terror.

    If he can stop the insane push to confront Russia, maybe leading to WW III, at least we can take that away from the (s)election.

    With Clinton, it would be Countdown to Armageddon from Day One.

    • peace.froggs says:

      Clinton wouldn’t have started WWIII with Russia.

      • Sonex says:

        peace.froggs – disagree with you. Hillary was resurrecting much of the Cold War rhetoric blaming Putin for whatever she could. Glad that this untrustworthy wench lost.

        • peace.froggs says:

          And you actually believe Hillary would have gone against the generals and impose a no fly zone over all of Syria? I highly doubt it.

          • ccuthbert2001 says:

            yes. I believe it.

            no fly zones are an obvious act of war. you can watch the steps to destroying countries by reviewing what was done to libya, and iraq. the step are there with Syria.

            1. demonize leader as a hitler
            2. establish ngos who foment protests and violence
            3. arm rebel groups
            4. when country tries to defend itself, ratchet up the hitler talk, accuse the administration of genocide
            5. no fly zone to protect the rebel groups, and the end is near.

            The neocons believe that there can be a limited war with Russia that the US can win. I think it’s because nukes are fake. War will use up all the stockpiled bombs and artillery so the MIC can increase their fortune.

            Just because the dumb animals in the military brass might not agree doesn’t mean they won’t do as they are told. They are first and foremost bureaucrats with pensions to protect.

  2. ndrnyc says:

    Corbett, I love you man, but this is disinformation.
    I’m not saying absolutely everything is false,
    but it looks like you’ve been studying MSM.
    MSM and individuals mentioned have been doing self-promotion.
    Jamie Dimon? That’s a joke. It’s patently false. Disinformation.
    Chris Christie?
    His a++ was booted the curb already.
    Confirmed Disinformation.
    I count on you for truth, not MSM Propaganda.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      QUOTE from the article
      “…But first, the not-so-bad news: None of these positions have been filled yet. We don’t know who is going to actually make it into the Trump cabinet at this point. Who knows, maybe it will be a bunch of swell, upstanding Beltway outsiders, non-banksters and populists who are committed to the principles of human freedom. Trump and Change 2016!….”

  3. VoiceOfArabi says:

    The Power of Observation:

    It is a fact that many thinkers and philosophers used the Power of Observation to understand people and nature, and even develop the ability to predict behavior. Two colonies have been specially observed over the last few thousands years, Ants and Bees. I know they are featured in many holy books, but they are also important for many “religions”.

    The “powers that shouldn’t be” are driving towards ensuring Homo sapiens conform to the model of a Beehive. With a small group made up of Queens, and the rest of the beehive made up of workers/drones.

    The fact that Homo sapiens have the ability to think may create a problem, but that’s a problem that “they” believe they can address using MSM, Pop culture, and lots of Bread and Circuses.

    At this stage, some people will think i am crazy, and for those i say, did you hear of the term Predictive programming??

    Did you ever use a “urinal with fly” (google the term – and sorry for the ladies out there, i don’t know if there is equivalent)… It has people conforming at around 80% of the time.

    Question: How many movies have you seen with the “beehive” like community over the last 20 years, I can name at least 20.

  4. Strandy says:

    Love the way you are pushing the wording in front of the “aspects” of attention, Couldn’t help chuckling all the way through. Thanks for providing a hefty laughter on a Saturday morning breakfast…… Namaste

  5. VoiceOfArabi says:

    This is very odd…

    I googled the term “riots in america”, and what i got back was all international sites out of Australia and Europe, but hardly anything from MSM in USA?

    When i googled “riots in america fox news”, i got a article dating back to Sept 2016…

    What is going on… Are their riots in USA???

    • peace.froggs says:

      “Protests” and “riots” aren’t the same thing!

      • VoiceOfArabi says:

        people getting shot is part of riots… but then again, English is not my first language..

        • peace.froggs says:

          Be wary of “agent provocateurs” among the peaceful protesters that will seek ways to make these protests unlawful in order to tarnish and obstruct the legitimate grievances they have with Trump.

          • Greg Bacon says:

            When the Wikileaks Podesta emails came out that Clinton and the DNC had sabotaged Sanders campaign in favor of the Witch, they didn’t riot then, wonder why, no money from ‘Big Daddy Soros?’

            • peace.froggs says:

              How do “riots” hurt Trump?

              Wouldn’t it be more effective for ‘Big Daddy Soros’ to fund peaceful protests?

  6. peace.froggs says:

    For those who voted for Clinton: why are you on this website?

    I’m here (not because I want to exonerate them) but because..

    … I give her kudos for stating publicly that the CIA created Al Qeada.

    I give kudos to her husband for admitting and apologizing for 4000 secret radiation experiment studies from 1944 to 1974.

    I give kudos to her husband for admitting and apologizing for the Tuskegee Syphilis experiment.


    Now I know many will poopoo these facts and say “the apologies weren’t sincere” or “they didn’t have a choice but to admit it”.

    …However, the fact is, the admissions were made public, while he was President and while she was secretary of state, therefore the admissions carry legitimacy and they are official, for the record.

    Furthermore, although your hatred for them would like it to be so, fact is, they weren’t personally responsible for these “experiments”.

    • nosoapradio says:

      As Mr. Corbett and others have amply described and substantiated the crimes and atrocities of the Clinton couple and their monumental commitment to mendacity

      your comment would seem to indicate that opportunistic truth-telling as a suppository for lying or distracting from one’s own crimes is something you find laudable.

      Or perhaps you’re suggesting that while they were not actively drug smuggling, hobnobbing with pédophiles and otherwise plotting to cheat, threaten, murder and deceive in the pursuit of power and popularity

      they were seized with a yearning for transparency, Truth and setting the record straight?

      • peace.froggs says:

        “…they were seized with a yearning for transparency, Truth and setting the record straight?”

        — I won’t pretend I know their motivation(s) for setting the record straight when it came to Al Qeada, Radiation and Syphilis, the fact however that they did.

        — I also won’t delve into their purported crimes in order to exonerate them since I cannot prove it one way or the other.

      • raymondkitchen says:

        Don’t feed the trolls NoSoapRadio but I guess that’s what I am doing by saying that.

    • jay.z says:

      I’m guessing you’re from Montreal? I’m Canadian as well. So I can understand where you’re coming from with a vanilla/liberal perspective (as most urban Canadians including Corbett grew up with)… In Canada (much like in universities and the intelligentsia the world over), liberals/Democrats, etc get a pass. Liberals always are seen to have the moral/intellectual high ground… But that is all part of the present trick in our society (Fox or CNN) that I would argue you are falling for hook line and sinker.

      And again what I don’t get at all is how you can both affirm that 9/11 was a false flag operation (probably largely planned by the deep state/state under Clinton, much like the earlier WTC bombing)… And yet still believe that the Clinton’s, Obama and any of the other “neo liberals” (neo con lite) establishment are not ultimately alligned with a Western/globalist hegemony!?

      You seem to keep on spouting that narrative when I would argue that it is irrational/unfounded and not cogruent with the other beliefs you hold about the US government/deep state. Just like many seem to ignore Trump’s connections with the Rockefeller’s/establishment/the deep state… You seem to be ignoring the Clinton’s clear connection with that same establishment/deep state. As I’ve said before, same shit different asshole.

      • peace.froggs says:

        Terms like “The Globalists” and “The Establishment” are way to general, and those terms encompass to many people.

        Was 9/11 an inside job? Yes, but what is an inside job exactly? Is it the Establishment? No, it isn’t.

        It was a faction within the establishment that carried out 9/11. More than likely it involved but a tiny fraction of the military industrial complex that Dwight D. Eisenhower warned us about. Probably the same group that assassinated JFK, and JFK is as establishment as one can get.

        • Whether it was a faction of the establishment that perpetrated 911, is irrelevant. Also, there are various factions, whose interests all converged for 911, and this isn’t relegated to the U.S. It’s an international crime syndicate of private business and military interests centered around the US, Israel, the Saudis and London. The other half of the establishment acquiesced in the lie, so they are just as guilty as accomplices after the fact.

    • Greg Bacon says:

      Have the apologized for setting up the Crash of 2008, which Slick Willie did by massive changes to the commodities and financial laws and by killing the Glass-Steagall law, which prevented the banks from gambling with our money?

      Did they apologize for the insane bombing campaign against Yugoslavia, which the banksters wanted killed off, since they had a national bank owned by the government, not vice versa?

      Apologizing for what you didn’t do is a pathetic way to ingrain yourself with those who can’t think clearly.

    • amjamiediggins says:

      has the rapist in chief ever apologized to any of his rape victims? Has the beast ever apologized to his victims that she hounded into silence? Stronger together?… Perhaps a stronger rape team, 30+ years and still going strong!
      Offering an apology for an act that one is not responsible for doesn’t seem that magnanimous to me, rather an easy act to gain supposed legitimacy (a vacant gesture of self endearment, politically useful at best, pandering at worst! ).
      Do you apologize to American Indians and Negroes for their poor treatment by past generations, and using your rational, if not, why not? Wouldn’t that show compassion and remorse on your most magnanimous self?
      Furthermore, although your hatred for them would like it to be so, fact is, they weren’t personally responsible for these “experiments”.
      Kudos to you Sir, that you can find ANY thing admirable in such obviously base and greedy persons, you are a better man than I.
      Peace, Andy.

    • mkey says:

      I give kudos to Hillary for admitting she’s a crazy deranged murdering psychopathic monster

      For anyone unaware, this is about what kudos showered born again Christian Hillary is laughing

      Truly despicable.

      • peace.froggs says:

        100% agree with you here, the way they destroyed Libya is truly despicable.
        That said, I still prefer the democratic party policy over the Republicans.

        If Hillary had won it would have been much easier to keep her in check. Trump on the other hand might be more difficult, however if the protests are sign of things to come if he decides to keep warring, then I’d say he won’t be able to get away with much.

        In fact, he’s already backtracking from campaign promises.

        We can probably add the wall to that list of reneged campaign promises.

        • mkey says:

          He will renege on everything, there’s no question about that. He’ll do the same what Obama and every other president in the recent history did: build a TALL house of cards-lies and have the general public act as a wind shield.

          For any lie to work out, you need someone to believe the lie and believers are not in short supply.

          I still find that there is no merit to be given to Hillary for two moments of honesty in her entire miserable existence. Not to mention that, once she admitted US created Al Qaeda, not a single f*ck was given. What’s up with that? What’s the point of admitting a heinous crime if there won’t be any consequences for anyone?

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James, I really appreciate this article. Thanks!

    My house had been financed by Washington Mutual (who did not even look at or keep the stack of documents which supported our income, just wrote down what my wife verbally said).

    When things went south around the 2008 era…
    Chase Bank acquired all the banking operations of Washington Mutual, including $307 billion in assets and $188 billion in deposits, for a price of $1.9 billion.

  8. pcwise555 says:

    The true believers were elated about a darker shade of lipstick on the same globalist pig. This will end badly when they pull the plug on the global economy. The blame will be placed on Trump supporters i.e. Christians, Conspiracy “theorists”, anarchists… Clever Sons of bitches, I’ll give em that.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      pcwise, Good points you make and I like the phrase: Clever Sons of bitches, I’ll give em that.

  9. BuddhaForce says:

    Donald Trump To Chris Christie YOU’RE FIRED! (from transition team)

    Can’t wait to hear this joke being made over and over for next couple of years.

    • BuddhaForce says:

      Pence Takes Reins as Trump Transition Team Is Shuffled

      Key excerpts:

      – In one of his first moves, Mr. Pence ordered the removal of all lobbyists from the transition team, said one transition team member with knowledge of the decisions.

      – Mike Rogers reportedly ousted from the Trump Transition Team (TTT) national security unit.

      – Source says that Rogers was told he is getting booted because everyone brought in by Chris Christie is getting kicked out.

      – Matthew Freedman departs as the lead from TTT National Security Council planning unit.

      – Frank Gaffney, Pete Hoekstra, Devin Nunes all brought in to consult on National Security issues.

      – Mr. Giuliani is also drawing scrutiny for his regular appearances at events supporting an Iranian opposition group, called the Mujahedin-e Khalq, which the State Department designated as a terrorist organization from 1997 through 2012.

      – Last year, Mr. Giuliani addressed MEK leaders in Paris and called for the overthrow of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his clerical regime.

      – The Treasury Department launched a probe into the legality of former officials being paid by the MEK or its affiliates while it was still on the State Department’s terror list, U.S. officials have said. They refused to comment for WSJ story. (FOIA fodder)

      – Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) said Tuesday he could work with Mr. Giuliani if he were tapped as secretary of state.

      – Mr. Trump also on Tuesday appointed more than a dozen of his top donors and fundraisers to a committee charged with planning his inauguration ceremony in January. Some names from the article: Thomas Barrack Jr., Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, Florida Republican fundraiser Brian Ballard, roofing magnate Diane Hendricks, Anthony Scaramucci.

      – Also on Tuesday, Ben Carson, one of Mr. Trump’s top allies, said he declined an offer to become the next secretary of Health and Human Services.

  10. BuddhaForce says:

    Pam Bondi named top member of Trump’s transition team

    Purchased for $25k

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    😉 Plugging Joy Camp
    …have a laugh…

    Below Corbett’s article above, James gives the link to Joy Camp.
    Here it is again.

    ‘Holistic Humor’
    The whole shebang YOUTUBE CHANNEL for going down the rabbit hole.

    Joy Camp Podcast – Episode 1

  12. Sonex says:

    Trump was the lesser of two evils. I confess to be one of the deplorables who voted for him. Not voting is letting others decide for you. The country could not survive another Clinton, which would have been 4 more years of Obama with unprecedented growth of the national debt.

    With that said, Trump has promised to reveal who was behind 9/11.

    Although I am hopeful for Trump’s performance, I’ll believe it when I see it.

    • dfx says:

      He won’t reveal much if he’s thinking about appointing Guiliani.

      • Sonex says:

        On the other hand, the truth has a way of manifesting itself regardless. Trump is smart enough to know something more was going on behind the scenes. He may very well set things into motion, which will facilitate the truth coming out. We’ll see.

    • L. says:

      Trump thinks ‘dancing muslims’ did 9/11, when it was really the dancing Israelis. I predict that Iran will somehow be linked to Trump’s “reveal” of who was behind 9/11.

    • If you really think Trump is going to reveal the truth about 911, you are in for a rude awakening. As has been pointed out numerous times, the fact that Trump referred to the dancing Israelis as the dancing Muslims tells me all there is to know about his true intentions regarding 911 truth.

  13. oeo says:

    Under caveat ‘they have not been appointed yet,'[a hope?] the shape and shadow of neoconazion hovers, as ever, behind and over everything.
    Guiliani as right hand man. BOLTON! Fuck! What a trick this all is. One set of monsters for the next. No one builds casinos’ in Atlantic City ‘that don’t come connected.’ And Trump’s a NYC high-rise man. So he knows 911.
    He knows what ground zero means.
    RT reported Trump first meeting appointment with NETENYAHU.
    The naked emperor, for the naked empress for the naked emperor, alas, again.
    Pizza? ping-pong? Hotdog anyone?

    • oeo says:

      Holy crap, batman ! No more ‘rebels’ in Aleppo ???
      No more ‘moderate FSA’ from TONER and KIRBY??

      “ The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) took action today to disrupt al-Nusrah Front’s military, recruitment, and financing operations. Specifically, OFAC designated four key al-Nusrah Front leaders – Abdallah Muhammad Bin-Sulayman al-Muhaysini, Jamal Husayn Zayniyah, Abdul Jashari, and Ashraf Ahmad Fari al-Allak – pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13224, which targets terrorists and those providing support to terrorists or acts of terrorism. These designations were taken in coordination with the U.S. Department of State, which today named Jabhat Fath al Sham as an alias of al-Nusrah Front – al-Qa’ida’s affiliate in Syria.” []

  14. wattscroft says:

    Well, let’s just hope Trump won’t be persuaded that his penchant for saying “You’re Fired” isn’t acceptable presidential behavior.

  15. BuddhaForce says:

    Edwin Meese III on Trumps transition team

    So corrupt he had to resign as AG while under investigation…

  16. Greg Bacon says:

    What’s next, the lying MSM blaring headlines that Trump is kicking a black family out of their house?

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Off-topic… JFK anniversary on Nov 22nd.

    James, could you please “revisit” and post JFK: A Conspiracy Theory whenever there is an “in-between time” of YouTube stories. It is a classic and many folks have not seen it.

    JFK: A Conspiracy Theory” by James Corbett

    ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~
    Two JFK Researcher conferences will be going on in downtown Dallas…

    JFK Lancer

    JFK Assassination Conference
    (Produced by Judyth Vary Baker, Oswald’s girlfriend with MC John B. Wells)

    • HopefulOne says:

      Thanks, Home Remedy Supply.

      Fyi- the JFK conference website indicated no more tickets available…. ?

  18. T.T. says:

    Great article! Suicide banker…

    You crack me up.

    Trump, just another controlled opposition.
    If you were going to vote and you wanted to vote against the establishment, why not vote for something like this:

    • mkey says:

      Be honest now, can you imagine that woman in a den of vipers? They would tear her apart.

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    RECENT NEWS (Nov 13)
    (Joe told me about this.)

    Recently, this news story played before 150 million Russian TV viewers about the 9/11 Cover-up. Richard Gage and others are interviewed.
    (18 minutes)

    …just after the 14 minute mark…
    Queued video –
    I really liked hearing from Don Heathfield (formerly known as Andrew Bezrukov, a Russian spy and illegal resident) now head of a US consulting firm.
    Kind of reminds me of “The Americans” TV show.
    (One minute trailer for “The Americans” )
    About Andrew Bezrukov…

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    49ers’ Colin Kaepernick says voting would be hypocritical

    Kaepernick said: “You know, I think it would be hypocritical of me to vote. I said from the beginning I was against oppression, I was against the system of oppression. I’m not going to show support for that system. And to me, the oppressor isn’t going to allow you to vote your way out of your oppression.”

    Under his sport coat, Kaepernick wore a black T-shirt with a quote attributed to Malcom X in large lettering, “If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.”

  21. summer says:

    Careful there James. Your absolute certainty about Trump’s potential new administration officials harkens similar to mainstream media’s certainty about Clinton winning the election. Let’s wait and see who he actually selects, and how it turns out before completely deciding it’s all the same-o same-o.

  22. L. says:

    All the Trump defenders who think he is legit need to put their money where their mouth is, copy paste their comments over time into a long sprawling document, and re-read them in a few years… Real justice would be them having to read them out loud on video.

    More than likely the Trump defenders will convince themselves that they were deceived and its not their fault. Of course this won’t matter at all to the thousands upon thousands dead in the nations that Trump and the neocons who will most certainly be running his administration bring us to war with, because they’ll be dead. I, on the other hand, will gladly eat my words if Trump turns out to be a non-interventionist, because lives will be saved, and that will make me happy, but I won’t hold my breath.

    There was no, has never been and never will be such a thing as a lesser of two evils. The 49% of Americans that didn’t vote were the only ones who didn’t completely lose this election. Let’s make it 50 or 60, or more % next time.

  23. BuddhaForce says:

    Another Goldman Sachs Alum Joins Donald Trump’s Campaign

    Stephen Bannon, just named Trump’s senior White House strategist, is an old Goldman LBO guy.

  24. NES says:

    Thanks for the work, James. Excellent as always and thanks for the salute!

  25. My suspicion tells me Trump was allowed to win through careful backstage intelligence agency manipulations and intrigues. Although the MSM came out blatantly for Hillary, we should be aware of the potential counter-intuitive psychological effects of a constant smear campaign against Trump.

    The so-called ‘elite’ are not stupid, and they are masters at deception. Conveniently, with Trump’s (s)election, the MSM and the tech companies like Twitter and Google are now on a full scale war on so-called ‘fake news.’ Will Trump defend all these fools that are now the target of this witch hunt as a result of defending Trump? My guess is Trump will not come to the rescue, as Trump himself is a candidate for curbing free speech and thought control.

  26. BuddhaForce says:

    Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo, an Army veteran, will become Trump’s CIA director

  27. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Truthstream Media (Aaron and Melissa Dykes)

    This CorbettReport Article is shown at the 4:47 mark of a recent video by Melissa.
    “The Missing Liberty Movement and the Post-Election Blues ”

  28. BuddhaForce says:

    Trump Taps Billionaire Investor Wilbur Ross For Commerce Secretary

    24 long years of dedicated work for the Rothschild Group.

  29. nosoapradio says:

    At a cursory glance, in addition to all the Goldman Sachs appointees, at least Chao, Scaramucci, Powell are CFR with the latter also Trilateral Commission and Center for Global Government.

    and on a side note, according to wiki, his senior advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner bought 50.1% of the Times Square Building from diamond mogul Lev Leviev (Africa Israel Investments) Putin’s “true friend”.

    Well actually it’s a tad more complicated than that according to this redefininggod link:

  30. Pablo de Boer says:

    Jared Kushner failed to reveal business ties to Goldman Sachs and George Soros on government forms

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