Remember, remember: we are now inside the historic run-up to the Saturn/Pluto conjunction (exact January 2020), itself prelude to the first return of Pluto to its own natal place in U.S.A history (ca. 2022-2025) —
The Pluto Return time is all about POWER. The right and wrong use of power. The United States simply, must either grow up and stop trying to dominate, or die. Period.
With uncanny timing, at the end of the first week of Red October, DJT threw down the gauntlet: :
It appears that, now that neo-con John Bolton is out, he’s finally taking charge, and doing what he promised to do when elected! And of course, he has to thump his military chest the whole time, even so, in order to satisfy all those who simply crave and are getting rich off military might, and so terrified to lose it.
Then, yesterday, in response to Turkey going into northern Syria, this new tweet, containing one of this “stable genius”‘s hilarious trolling phrases, designed to drive RINOs and DEMOs totally crazy.
Sure enough, everybody on both sides of the aisle hate his decision to #endendlesswars. I do think it’s important to realize just WHY he’s focused so strongly on making the U.S. energy independent, including fracking, new oil wells, other environmental-polluting technologies. It’s to get us out of the mideast. Because, we all know that our wars there have always been about OIL.
(Remember, however, that DJT’s uncle, MIT Professor John G. Trump, was the one whom the USG chose to retrieve all the Nicola Tesla papers after his death. Sure as hell, DJT knows full well about free, non-polluting sources of energy; and I, for one, think he will introduce them when the time is right.)
As one tweeter put it, succinctly:
The NYT, which, however, like other MSM sources, has been complicit in promoting the lying false flag run-up to every war we drum up, got on the bandwagon, or at least one editorial did:
America has to give up its pursuit of global dominance
Ron Paul weighs in (sorry, it wouldn’t load):
As does Pat Buchanan:
Among those objecting most loudly to an American withdrawal from the forever wars of the Middle East are those who were the most enthusiastic about plunging us in.
And, yes, there is a price to be paid for letting go of an empire, but it is almost always less than the price of holding on.
The heat’s on. Pray. Please send energy to this remarkable man who actually dares to turn the U.S. in an entirely other direction. Remember, remember: