Ukrainegate: What You're Not Being Told

11/03/201915 Comments

If you're one of those poor deluded souls who get their news from the mainstream media, you'll have noted that the issue of President Trump's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is the one and only issue worth talking about in the entire world. In fact, much to Trump's chagrin, not even resurrecting the oft-mutilated corpse of Abu Bakr al-Bogeyman was able to keep Ukraine from being the top link on Drudge for more than one weekend.

And if you are one of those poor deluded souls then you probably have no idea what this story (oh-so-originally dubbed "Ukrainegate") is even about in the first place, much less understand the much deeper (and darker) back story to this tale that blows the lid off the left/right divide nonsense that so preoccupies political normieland.

So buckle up and hang on. You're about to get a crash course in the reality of Ukrainegate. Here are three things you're not being told about the latest scandal that's threatening to topple Trump.

Do you know the real Ukrainegate story, or just the phony story being sold to you by the establishment mouthpieces in the MSM? Find out the dirty details of post-coup Ukraine and foreign "aid" in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber.

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  1. WAYNED says:

    Yes, this is a moment of clarity, and helps me fit all the pieces where I thought they should go. It’s very easy to be involved in conversation about this and be labeled a trump supporter, which I’m not. I mean, Hillary is still free, the swamp if quite full. The quid pro quo is in fact about lining the pockets of the war-machine manufacturers.
    There are no good guys, only swamp things.

  2. hellofriend says:

    Thank you James. This all sounds very Mafia-like. Now it makes perfect sense.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I had no clue. Never did I even look at an article about “UkraineGate”. I only saw headlines about Impeachment.

    Like James Corbett writes “…But if you are one of those poor, deluded souls then you probably have no idea what this story (oh-so-originally dubbed “Ukrainegate”) is even about in the first place, much less the much deeper (and darker) back story to this tale that blows the lid off the left/right nonsense that so preoccupies political normieland….”

    I like the way he laid out the outline 1), 2), 3) and Conclusion, with a certain flair of Corbett style humor and idioms throughout.
    For example:
    2017 clip “…(no, really, we mean it this time!)”
    “…Why? Because quid pro quo for foreign aid is business as usual, stupid!”
    and terms like “sicced”.

    Finally, I know what the fuss is about.

  4. marvinsannes says:

    A $10k or $100k bribe under the table would have far better result than military aid ear-marked for US contractors. Ukraine is simply a rat hole to pour in Raytheon equipment, just like my local police dept. maintaining that huge personnel carrier with the tear gas cannon on its roof.

    But, there ain’t a turd too big for America’s TV audience to choke down. Magic, myth, cartoons are what we prefer. Ugh!

  5. Libertydan says:

    It’s the same old thing. (The pot calling the kettle Black). Whether it be Biden abusing the power of government office for his own gain, or Trump doing the same, they are simply pointing the finger at the other guy. These guys have simply torn a page out of the World Bankers Play book.
    Once the Bankers were given control of the money supply, they, and the corporations that have grown up around them, have taken our freedoms and our property. Enslaved masses seldom get enraged over a government using the fruits of their labor for war and armaments. Besides that, the Federal Reserve creates money in secret, so even without “Tax Money” the Bankers can feed the War Machine.
    It all boils down to who controls the money supply, and the Private Bankers that own the Federal Reserve control it for their own gain (which amounts to even more control over the people).
    End the Fed!

  6. Peripatêtikos says:

    There are macro aspects to the charade, to the false left-right pradigm that JC and JEP refer to so often, and which I think should be explored and articulated a bit more.

    Why Ukrainegate? Why is impeachment being arbitrarily predicated on such a thin thread, in light of the failed Russiagate scam? Is the Borg realy so deaf, dumb and shortsided that they don’t see the likelihood of this backfiring on their puppets at the polls in November 2020? (Insert Hope Porn here… blah blah blah, Bill Barr, blah blah, Rudy, blah, immunity, blah, high level indictments, etc.)

    That’s a sort of common sense line of inquiry, but obviously it takes for granted coherent principles and reasoned intent on the part of the highly paid clowns in this farce. They have neither. They thrive on money, privilege and prestige, and do so at the beck and call of their elite masters.

    Since US elites long ago seceded from visible, meaningful civic life, it seems the longer term purpose of mess after fœtid political mess is to render the US totally un-self-governable. It matters not if or when the Dems/CNN are the hammer and Trump/Fox/GOP the anvil. What seems to matter most is that the absurdity and chaos escalates. No other agenda (illness) really fits the symptoms.

  7. Ukdavec says:

    Interesting deep analysis of Russiagate – Spygate.

    Although the details remain complex, the structure underlying Spygate—the creation of the false narrative that candidate Donald Trump colluded with Russia, and the spying on his presidential campaign—remains surprisingly simple…

    Good video summaries here

  8. a822 says:

    Great article and links, thanks James.

  9. Ukdavec says:

    In a shift from the doom porn that abounds, here is an interesting analysis that underlines the extreme gravity, not of the US withdrawal from Syria, but of the collapse of the world’s current structures.

    According to him, we are entering a short transition period, during which the current masters of the game, the “financial capitalists” – and those he refers to here have nothing to do with either original capitalism … – will be rejected in favour of the rule of law.

    • generalbottlewasher says:


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      While I don’t agree with everything the author states, this was a very, very good read.

      One thing for sure that was stated:
      “We are entering a period of transition. “

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    NEWS November 7, 2019
    The Washington Post – article by Reis Thebault

    A woman’s stalker used an app that allowed him to stop, start and track her car

    …The man, whom she dated for six months, allegedly weaponized simple technology and smartphone apps that allowed him to remotely stop and start her car, control the vehicle’s windows and track her constantly…

    …took place in the Australian state of Tasmania, was reported by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation…

    “These types of technologies are becoming more and more common,” Erica Olsen, director of the Safety Net Project at the National Network to End Domestic Violence…

    …he tracked the woman’s phone location using spyware, for which he paid a monthly fee, ABC reported. Though disturbing, that method of surveillance is relatively widespread, according to a Motherboard report on the “stalkerware surveillance market” that put the number of victims in the tens of thousands…

    …the man also used an app that integrated with the woman’s Land Rover….

  11. mkey says:

    Tony Heller sent me here.

    Beware, dear reader, behind this hyperlink lies some old fashioned sexism, racism and climate elitism. Reading this stuff is really taxing on the brain.

  12. Duck says:

    Aiding Ukraine is just an all around bad idea… the US got very upset about the USSR poking its nose around South America and it was a bad idea for them.
    A nice big gap between you and your rivals makes it harder to get into fights

  13. Nick Web says:

    To give even more obscurity to this Scamlection in the US, the last Unpresidential Scambate took it to a new level… Although I have not voted in the US since 2004 and will once again abstain, I still think Uncle Joe had it coming. So is it worth bringing back up?

    Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns
    The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (HSGAC) and the Senate Committee on Finance undertook this investigation into potential conflicts of interest, and the involvement of the Biden family in foreign business ventures while Joe Biden was vice president, following allegations that the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy could have been affected by Hunter Biden’s position on the board of Burisma, and that family members may have improperly sought to benefit from their relationship with the vice president.

    View point where I became aware of the Senate Committee report:
    When Did Hunter Biden [And Associates] File as Foreign Agents Under the FARA Act?

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