Non-nons, The District of Potemkin, and “Deep State”


The following 2 snippets are by Pat Buchanan and Phil Giraldi (ex-CIA station chief, Turkey);
we have trouble with non-non-profits, starting with the first one, the, founded by Edward McSweegan, Durland Fish, Gary Wormser, and NYMC’s former pres, John J. Connolly:


INTRO:   See, there are 2 kinds of non-non-profits.  One likes to preserve their statu$$$$$  indefinitely by not doing anything useful for the cause they allegedly represent.  The ones that fall into the first class in “Lyme disease,” are and the (or their western claque,  This crew insists Lyme is about something treated with antibiotics for years on end.  Then they go on and on, and change it up with the Excuse du Jour (biofilms, worms, cysts, coinfections, etc), but the goal is to soak desperate people dry, having them get second and even third mortgages.  All the while cheerleading and lying to their victims, promising them they will feel better.

If any of their schemes worked, we would have known about it.  Post Sepsis is not curable; it’s organ damage and like a B cell AIDS.  Lyme and LYMErix cause mutations to B cells rendering them incompetent but not necessarily proliferating (cancer), and with chronic, active herpesviruses, tolerance to fungal infections, etc., of all sorts…

The second type of non-non-profit is not actually a non-profit, but what we call Astroturf or a fake non-profit run by the Bigs or the Israelis.   Not surprisingly, the first thoroughly fake non-profit was the  Its goal was to sell vaccines and test kits for vector borne diseases – patents owned by themselves, mostly CDC officers -, while working with Kaiser-Permanente and the other insurance companies to claim these diseases do not cause disease when it comes to treatment.

You know what is said about the CDC and their representatives like the  “There are no diseases, there are only vaccines.”

Or: “No one is allowed to have any illness signs nor is treatment to be paid for, until the alleged ‘vaccine’ is ready, and then everyone will be notified about how serious that particular vector borne disease is, and that they better get the ‘vaccine.'” 

It’s hard to get your head around setting yourself up as an entity intending to be revealing how serious a disease is for vaccine-selling purposes, while at the same time claiming such and such is not even a disease.  But these dumbasses tried it.  All crooks are stupid.


Coincidentally, the also consisted of- and was supported by- mainly Israelis (Shapiro, Sigal, Feder,  Zemel, Nowakowski, Nadelman, Wormser, Klempner, Barbour, Sepkowitz, Plotkin, Schoen, Mort Zuckerman, the AIG Greenbergs, etc.).  Only a handful were not.  McSweegan blogged about going to an Israeli bioweapons plant. (?  Who paid for that trip? )   It’s just ODD that anyone would want to re-write history and science and be so fiercely determined to do so.

Your next thought should be, “*IS* there any such formal doctrine?”



Pat Buchanan:

“… The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research is a 501(c)(3) under IRS rules, an organization exempt from U.S. taxation.

“Million-dollar corporate contributions to AEI are tax-deductible.

“This special privilege, this freedom from taxation, is accorded to organizations established for purposes such as “religious, educational, charitable, scientific, literary … or the prevention of cruelty to children or animals.”

“What the co-conspirators of Sea Island were up at the Cloisters was about as religious as what the Bolsheviks at that girls school known as the Smolny Institute were up to in Petrograd in 1917.

“From what has been reported, it would not be extreme to say this was a conspiracy of oligarchs, War Party neocons, and face-card Republicans to reverse the results of the primaries and impose upon the party, against its expressed will, a nominee responsive to the elites’ agenda.

“And this taxpayer-subsidized “Dump Trump” camarilla raises even larger issues.

“Now America is not Russia or Egypt or China.

“But all those countries are now moving purposefully to expose U.S. ties to nongovernmental organizations set up and operating in their capital cities.

“Many of those NGOs have had funds funneled to them from U.S. agencies such as the National Endowment for Democracy, which has backed “color-coded revolutions” credited with dumping over regimes in Serbia, Ukraine and Georgia.

“In the early 1950s, in Iran and Guatemala, the CIA of the Dulles brothers did this work.

“Whatever ones thinks of Vladimir Putin, can anyone blame him for not wanting U.S. agencies backing NGOs in Moscow, whose unstated goal is to see him and his regime overthrown?

“And whatever one thinks of NED and its subsidiaries, it is time Americans took a hard look at the tax-exempt foundations, think tanks and public policy institutes operating in our capital city.

“How many are like AEI, scheming to predetermine the outcome of presidential elections while enjoying tax exemptions and posturing as benign assemblages of disinterested scholars and seekers of truth?

“How many of these tax-exempt think tanks are fronts and propaganda organs of transnational corporations that are sustained with tax-deductible dollars, until their “resident scholars” can move into government offices and do the work for which they have been paid handsomely in advance?

“How many of these think tanks take foreign money to advance the interests of foreign regimes in America’s capital? …



Phil Giraldi on basically the same topic, undermining non-Israel-loyal Trump:


“… But while pure self-interest might well be driving many of the chattering nonentities that populate our congress and the senior political appointee ranks in government there is something nevertheless extraordinary in the level of venom and sheer hatred that is being spewed at random about a potential Trump administration. It is not uncommon to read or hear that Trump is seeking to overturn the Constitution of the United States and establish a dictatorship that will promote his allegedly warped views of what must be done to correct America’s domestic and foreign policies, suggesting that our form of government is so fragile that it can be subverted by one man.

“The anger directed against Trump is unique, one might note, as it also includes demands to somehow overturn the popular will expressed in primaries and caucuses to obtain a candidate that is more in tune with what the Republican establishment is seeking to promote as the “national consensus.” That Trump is voicing an overwhelming American middle class perspective on the evils of mass illegal immigration matters not a whit to the Mandarins whose only concerns on that issue center on the availability of a supply of cheap labor to clean their McMansions and swimming pools.

“The anti-Trump effort is being well funded, has included notable defections to the Democratic Party, has led to lists of Republican politicians who will not accept a Trump nomination or support a President Trump, and has even produced calls for a third party neo-Republican entity to run against him. Some other reactions are stupid, including Canadian neocon Mark Dubowitz of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, calling for even more immigrants to the U.S., while talk radio extremist Glenn Beck has tweeted that if he had a knife and were able to get close to Trump he would have to keep on stabbing him.

“To be sure, Trump has provided considerable fuel for the fire through his extraordinary ad libs about banning Muslims from the U.S., killing the families of terrorists and using torture. But mainstream politicians have already recommended and even done that much and more without the level of censure that Trump is receiving. Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush have engaged in widespread killing of civilians, torture and assassinating families of suspected militants, to include American citizens, without any of the invective being leveled at Trump.

“Indeed, Trump would appear to have a more sensible foreign policy in mind, consisting of avoiding unnecessary wars and “regime changes,” honoring the multilateral negotiated agreement with Iran, engaging diplomatically even with heads of state that we consider to be adversaries and encouraging Russia to fight ISIS. His three current opponents have recommended “carpet bombing” areas controlled by ISIS, fusing Syrian sand into nuclear radiating glass, provoking wars with both Russia and China, arming Ukraine, punching Vladimir Putin in the nose and sending in thousands of American soldiers to the Middle East. They are not in the least bothered by fattening up the already fat national security state with trillions more dollars while domestic needs go unaddressed. So who is the crazy one?

“But there is one significant difference between Trump and the “establishment,” be they Democrats or Republicans that has not been highlighted. I would suggest that quite a lot of the depth and intensity of what we are experiencing is actually about Israel. Trump is the first high level politician aspirant within living memory to challenge the notion that the United States must stand by Israel no matter what Israel does. Even while affirming his affection for Israel, he has said that Washington must be even handed in its efforts to bring about peace between Israelis and Palestinians, implying that Tel Aviv might have to make concessions.

“Trump has also added insult to injury by delinking himself from the blandishments of Jewish political mega-donors, who largely call the tune for many in the GOP and among the Democrats, by telling them he doesn’t need their money and can’t be bought. His comments have challenged conventional interest group politicking in American and have predictably produced a firestorm reaction in the usual circles. Robert Kagan announced that he would be supporting Hillary, who famously has declared that she would immediately call Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu upon taking office as a first step in moving the relationship with Tel Aviv to “the next level.” It is to be presumed that Kagan and his fellow neocons will be experiencing a welcoming vibe from at least some of the Democrats as the neoconservatives have always been liberals at heart on nearly all issues except foreign policy, rooted by them in the “unshakable and bipartisan bond” with Israel.

“It is my opinion that the “I” word should be banned from American political discourse. Ironically, many American Jews are themselves uneasy about the place occupied by Israel in ongoing political debates, recognizing that it is both unhealthy in a democracy and reflective only of the extreme views of the hardline members of their own diaspora community. It is also unpleasantly all about Jews and money since the Republicans and other mouthpieces now piling on Trump are motivated largely by their own sinecures and the Sheldon Adelson type donations that might be forthcoming to the politically savvy candidates who say the right things about the conflict in the Middle East. …





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