The ISIS mercenaries that Hillary and Obama used to destroy Libya were sent to destroy Syria when Russia and the British Parliament blocked Obama's plan to send American troops to invade Syria. We have been subjected to years of lies from Washington and the presstitutes that Washington is fighting ISIS, when Washington sent ISIS to Syria to destroy Assad and the Syrian government.
And there is Somalia, another packet of Washington/presstitute lies. And the violation of Pakistan with the bombing of tribal areas falsely claimed to be al-Qaeda or Taliban supporters.
And there is Yemen devastated by Washington's puppet Saudi Arabia.
And there are the false news reports of "Iranian nukes" and Iranian belligerent actions against Israel.
And "Russia invaded Ukraine" when in fact Washington overthrew with its financed NGOs the democratically elected Ukrainian government.
And now we hear that those who dare to tell the truth to Americans are "Russian agents" and "fake news purveyors."
When a country's government and media do nothing but lie 24/7, how can democracy exist? Clearly, it cannot.
Environmental organizations are reporting that President Trump intends to abolish two national monuments by executive order in order to open protected lands to rape, ravage, and ruin by corporations. The two national monuments are Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante.
If Trump has the power to turn national monuments over to corporate campaign donors, he most certainly can have his Attorney General open an investigation of Hillary Clinton or even indict her on the already known evidence. He can issue a pre-emptive pardon of General Flynn, who is being framed on charges that do not relate to Russian influence in the presidential election. Indeed, he can have the Attorney General investigate or arrest Mueller for sedition and an attempt to overthrow the government of the United States. These charges are far more realistic than the charge Mueller has brought against Flynn.
But what does President Trump do? He twitters, complaining that Gen. Flynn's life is being destroyed while "Crooked Hillary Clinton" walks around free.
Trump is correct, so why doesn't he do something about it? What Flynn did was to ask the Russians not to over-react to the new sanctions that Obama placed on Russia in an effort to create such bad relations between the US and Russia that Trump would be unable to normalize them. What Flynn did was entirely appropriate and has nothing to do with the hoax story of Russia-gate. The real reason that the military/security complex is after Gen. Flynn is that he is the former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and he said on a TV news show that the decision by the Obama regime to send ISIS to overthrow Syria was a "willful decision" that went against his recommendation.
In other words, Flynn let the cat out of the bag that ISIS was not an independently formed organization but a tool of US policy.
The presstitutes, of course, ignored Gen. Flynn's statement. The only effect of Flynn's statement was to set him up for retaliation, and that is what Mueller is doing.
What Mueller is doing is so corrupt that he really should be arrested and renditioned to Egypt.
Private interests and agendas have control over the US government. The people have no control. Washington works by selling legislation to the interest groups in exchange for campaign contributions. The private interests that provide the money that elects politicians get the laws that they want. For example, President Trump is giving the environmental despoilers two protected national monuments, but he is powerless to protect himself and has advisers.
The ruling oligarchy is making an example of Trump in order to ensure that no future presidential candidate makes a direct appeal to the people. When Trump said that he was going to govern in the interest of the people by bringing the offshored jobs home, he attacked the profits of the global corporations, and when he said he was going to normalize relations with Russia, he attacked the power and profit of the military/security complex. He is now paying the price for his rashness.
The larger question is: what price will the American people and the rest of the world pay for the constraints the military/security complex has placed on Trump's ability to normalize relations with Russia?