Jade Helm and its Repercussions…(11…)

Sunday, May 26, 2019
By Paul Martin

Gordon Duff

Four years ago, Americans were told that the US Army planned mass arrests and that “trainloads of shackles” were being shipped into the Western United States to use during the arrests of millions in a massive crackdown on “White conservatives” by the Obama administration.

Alternative media moguls, back by YouTube’s most powerful conspiracy pundits claimed that huge warehouses had just gone up in the “back woods of Kentucky” and that millions of caskets of those to be executed would be stored there.

Their evidence was a Pentagon announcement of a strange but small-scale training exercise and the closure of 5 Walmart stores and lots and lots of “dot connecting” by conspiracy theorist, including prominent academics, one state governor and members of congress.

The trains filled with shackles never existed, the “thrown up overnight warehouses” were built 130 years ago, owned by Makers Mark Distillers for aging their bourbon whiskey. The whole thing was made up.

However, Texas governor Greg Abbot called up the militia to protect Texans from being shackled and shipped to whiskey warehouses in Kentucky through a maze of tunnels he believed spread across the continent from the “basements” of Walmart stores. Governor Abbot began a defacto insurrection against the United States based on what?

Jade Helm

Back in 2015, a bizarre controversy began. The Pentagon began what they called a “training exercise” which put hundreds of special operations troops in small towns pretending to “infiltrate” communities.

The backlash turned America upside down and, today, Russia is being blamed. The end result, as to how it applied at the time, and today as well, to internet media and independent reporting and analysis is catastrophic in its impact.

An investigation has revealed that the hysteria mongering involving Jade Helm, something we will get into here, was orchestrated by what overtly appears to be a web of FBI, CIA and financial groups, operating in unison, for some purpose. Events over the subsequent four years have helped put that purpose into focus.

This cabal, as we choose to call it, when seen a few years later, is easily identified as an arm of the Deep State and their purpose, testing out their “chaos theory engine,” the one used so often today, Russiagate, fake Syria gas attacks, the Iran hysteria, and Jade Helm was a testing ground.

What the investigation has found, however, is that there is much more to this story than simply blaming Russia for the hysteria of the summer of 2015. There was a secondary purpose to “Jade Helm,” and it wasn’t spying on Americans.

The real source of the hysteria came from an even more shadowy FBI organization, the inheritor of CointelPro, called InfaGard.

Publicly, InfaGard is a business partnership where corporate officials get security clearances and learn investigative techniques in order to, well frankly, spy on their coworkers for the FBI, just like in CointelPro when the FBI was run by J. Edgar Hoover.

The truth is far more sinister, InfaGard, founded in Cleveland, Ohio by the FBI’s Counter-Intelligence office there (very active in the Muller investigation as well), was devised by Israeli security to penetrate the FBI itself and take control over counter-intelligence operations.

I learned about this organization during the early 2000’s when working on international trade related litigation involving Russia and Ukraine. An American bank, later learned to have been a portal for laundering CIA drug cash, failed to fund a multi-billion-dollar transaction with Russia and Ukraine involving much of the world’s fertilizer production.

The impact on world food supplies was catastrophic.

When classified FBI files began appearing during the “discovery” phase of litigation, an investigation of this odd phenomenon stumbled over incestuous relationships between top members of AIPAC (the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee) and the ADL (Anti-Defamation League), two organizations then under investigation for espionage against the US in what was later called “The AIPAC Spy Scandal.” From Anti-War.com:

“The other shoe has finally dropped in the case of the spy scandal involving the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). In addition to five espionage-related charges filed against former Pentagon analyst Larry Franklin, two counts of conspiracy to communicate classified information to a foreign power have been lodged against former AIPAC foreign policy director Steve Rosen, and a single count of conspiracy against Rosen’s assistant, former AIPAC Iran specialist Keith Weissman. The latest indictment [.pdf] reads like a spy thriller, and, while some of the elements were already known, there is much that is surprising, including the information that Rosen has apparently been under surveillance since at least 1999.

On April 13, 1999, Rosen had a conversation with someone identified as “Foreign Official 1” (FO-1): the AIPAC director told FO-1 that he (Rosen) had “picked up an extremely sensitive piece of intelligence” described by Rosen as “codeword protected intelligence.” According to the indictment, “Rosen then disclosed to FO-1 national defense information concerning terrorist activities in Central Asia.”

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