Editor's note: 'Saboteurs' is a new investigative series by Dr. Thomas R. Horn.
Part 1: Meet the Saboteurs
Woodrow Wilson once wrote: "Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it."
I plan to lift the veil on this mystery. And believe me, nothing like this investigation has been published before.
With that bold statement made, let's start with what most people already know.
On January 20, 2017, with four of his predecessors listening—George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama—newly elected U.S. President Donald J. Trump spoke straightforwardly to establishment, bureaucratic, deep-state, shadow-government elites in a way nobody had seen or heard before. He made it clear his agenda had not ended on the campaign trail and that he had gathered on the West front of the Capitol to announce more than the orderly and peaceful transition of power from the Obama administration to his.
"Today's ceremony," he began, "has very special meaning. Because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another, or from one party to another—but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the American people."
Then, with former presidents squirming in their seats, wishing they could be somewhere else, he offered no quarter: "For too long, a small group in our nation's capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost.
"Washington flourished— but the people did not share in its wealth.
"Politicians prospered—but the jobs left, and the factories closed.
"The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country.
"Their victories have not been your victories; their triumphs have not been your triumphs; and while they celebrated in our nation's capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.
"That all changes—starting right here, and right now, because this moment is your moment: it belongs to you.
"It belongs to everyone gathered here today and everyone watching all across America.
"This is your day. This is your celebration.
"And this, the United States of America, is your country."
With that, knowingly or unknowing, Donald J. Trump declared war against very powerful enemies, both ancient and contemporary, both visible and invisible.
To the illumined elite, this inaugural address was a clear salvo that promptly drew a line in the sand. And we've seen how they've reacted since.
To a handful of historians and scholars, "the Donald" would soon learn a lesson—pulling the drain plug from the swamp in Washington was going to be much easier said than done.
This is because winning a presidential election has very little to do with how modern Washington's entrenched establishment functions.
Every four years, voters choose to elect or reelect a president, who then selects a Cabinet and other federal appointees to oversee executive departments such as the secretaries of agriculture, commerce, defense, education, energy, health and human services, homeland security and so on. But "the real government of the United States is not the Congress, not the president, not the courts, not the Constitution, but the federal bureaucracy." [i] This is what some have called the "fourth branch of government," and it daily influences the constitutional three branches of government most voters perceive as functioning to serve we the people (legislative, executive and judicial).
This bureaucracy, which is immersed in liberal D.C. culture and ideology, globalist objectives (which view U.S. borders as nationalistic impediments), multinational corporate payouts, and social democracy goals, is monstrous. It is made up of roughly 2.6 million employees, career government personnel, many freelance contractors, the press (an analogy for the fourth estate) and special interest groups that increasingly perceive America's Judeo-Christian morality, historical emphasis on rugged individualism, and free-market capitalism as enemies of a socialistic new world order they aspire to embrace.
Since this ever-growing behemoth called "bureaucracy" was never authorized by the U.S. Constitution in the first place, it represents an unelected force that, for the time being, cannot be unelected and that is free from the rubric of constitutional confines. Every day, this intrinsically and extrinsically connected machine—as part of "the deep state" that includes some but not all in intelligence agencies, armed forces, administrative agencies, entrenched unelected career civil servants, and so on—coordinates efforts via its interconnected relationship with international business interests, defense contractors, lobbyists and "fake news" media conglomerates to pedal unparalleled and tacit influence within state, federal and foreign policy corridors without any real regard for democratically elected leadership.
This is why conservative political activist Alan Keyes once described bureaucracies as "inherently antidemocratic. Bureaucrats derive their power from their position in the structure, not from their relations with the people they are supposed to serve. The people are not masters of the bureaucracy, but its clients. They receive its services, but only insofar as they conform to its authority. The bureaucracy is like a computer; it responds only to those who address it in the proper form. In this sense, a bureaucratic government program has a double meaning: The program serves its clients, but it also programs them." [ii]
Such power is obviously unbalanced and perfectly poised to be tyrannical and to dictate through its numerous tentacles global collectivist policies and multiculturalism in Washington, which in turn influences foreign policy, the intelligence agencies, the National Security Agency (NSA), think-tanks and every other key government bureau and para-agency.
Unfortunately, this near-omnipresent bureaucracy is just the beginning of what non-politician Donald J. Trump now finds himself up against.
Dateline 2017: Shadow Government 'Dedicated to Lucifer' Settles in Two Miles From the White House
When former president Barack Obama, the first ever president to have a Masonic Inaugural Ball held in his honor, in his final official speech as President said he was "heartened" by anti-Trump protesters taking to the streets in communities around the country and on college campuses where fascist vandalism, violence, riots and fires were being set to protest Trump's first attempt at an immigration ban, he was sending the first of several clear messages to his army of 30,000-plus agitators. The two-term scheme (Jan. 20, 2009 – Jan. 20, 2017) to engineer America away from its Christian and traditional moorings was not over, and no Republican successor was going to change that.
Since then a lot has happened, and very quickly.
Obama immediately moved across town and set up bunkers just two miles from the White House where he and his Organizing for Action (OFA) associates and their 250 offices nationwide commenced efforts to affectively function as what some in the capital beltway are already calling a "shadow government" third-term pseudo-presidency. There, "legacies" from Obama era "accomplishments" are being crafted (often against established facts) and spoonfed to media accomplices while unprecedented efforts to fight, dismiss and sabotage Trump and his popular "America First" agenda are being funded by a $40 million (and growing) war chest. Young liberal activists, like Manchurian candidates, have been activated to oppose the new administration at every turn—immigration reform, Obamacare replacement, border security and more. They are also aided in that effort by the Obama Foundation whose IRS approved mission is supposed to be for funding and operating a library to house the former president's official papers for posterity, much like other presidents have done.
But Obama is taking his foundation down "the same controversial—and by some accounts illegal—post-presidency path of his predecessor Bill Clinton, according to documents reviewed by The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group." [iii]
The foundations language that caught the eye of Caller's investigators involves not just the building and maintaining of a library, but the diversion of funds for "activities reflecting President Obama's values and priorities throughout his career in public service."
In other words, the non-profit foundation will serve whatever Obama needs to shadow obstruct, resist, and subvert the policies and directives of the Trump administration.
And make no mistake, Obama has made this personal. He himself is overseeing the blitzkrieg. The former president has swiftly returned to his early station as a radical Saul Alinsky-style agitation organizer.
Alinsky, the 1960s radical who wrote Rules for Radicals and by whom Obama was guided, once said, "In the beginning, the organizer's first job is to create the issues or problems. Creating the problems allows people to feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future." [iv] This is the playbook the Obama team is using today to create the appearance of "issues and problems" and a general sense of desperation among Millennials so that people will "feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless" that they turn to them for solutions.
According to Alinsky biographer Sanford Horwitt, Obama and his presidential campaign and polity were also significantly influenced by this kind of Alinsky-based radicalism and that Obama chose to follow in his footsteps as a Chicago-based community organizer. For three years during the 1980s, "Obama worked for the Developing Communities Project, which was influenced by Alinsky's work, and he [Obama] wrote an essay that was collected in a book memorializing Alinsky" [v] (of course Alinsky dedicated his book to Lucifer, the original radical and inspiration for those who follow his example). [vi]
This is why at Organizing for Action it is Obama himself that "is intimately involved in OFA operations and even tweets from the group's account," writes Paul Sperry for the New York Post. "In fact, he gave marching orders to OFA foot soldiers following Trump's upset victory [and is] overseeing it all from a shadow White House located within two miles of Trump. It features a mansion, which he's fortifying with construction of a tall brick perimeter, and a nearby taxpayer-funded office with his own chief of staff and press secretary. Michelle Obama will also open an office there, along with the Obama Foundation." [vii]
Valerie Jarrett, former senior adviser and close confidante of Obama, has also moved into the 8,200-square-foot, $5.3-million nerve-center mansion to assist Obama in organizing the mounting insurgency against Trump's stated objectives regarding Reagan-like economic policies, government deregulation, and middle-class jobs programs. According to Washington insiders, Obama's goal in this is straightforward—to fuel the "resistance" that will force Trump's resignation or see him impeached. Investigative reporter Matthew Vadum said it this way: "Former President Obama is waging war against the Trump administration through his generously funded agitation outfit, Organizing for Action, to defend his monumentally destructive record of failure and violent polarization. It is a chilling reminder that the increasingly aggressive, in-your-face Left in this country is on the march." [viii]
A new $80 million anti-Trump network funded by liberal billionaire George Soros has also joined the effort and is being led by the former members of the now-defunct and notorious Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).
The Center for Popular Democracy Action Fund is the sister organization of the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), a New York-based nonprofit "that receives the bulk of its funding from George Soros [and] announced at their spring gala Tuesday that they will be heading up the new $80 million anti-Trump network that will span 32 states and have 48 local partners," CNN reported. [ix]
Together with other "Trump Derangement Syndrome" sufferers, Soros-funded Obama-era holdovers with axes to grind that are still part of the federal bureaucracy but whose allegiance remains with the 44thpresident have as part of "the resistance" been selectively leaking classified government information (a federal crime that senior U.S. officials say is endangering American security operations and servicemen) [x] in hopes of either directly damaging Trump or at a minimum producing a false impression that the new president either obstructed justice (by allegedly asking former FBI Director James Comey to stop investigating former national security adviser Michael Flynn), committed some other unspecified crime, or is simply too inept to run the country (and to be fair, while no evidence exists at this time to support the lion's share of deceit, demagoguery and mass hysteria aimed at denigrating Trump, his incessant tweeting and general inability to articulate has not helped alleviate the situation).
Even so, as readers will learn in my next entry, this rabbit hole goes much deeper than the average person can even start to imagine.
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