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Mon Oct 30, 2017, 02:44 PM

Trump, Bannon, Assange, Farage Bound in an . . . UnHoly Alliance

excerpt from The Guardian: essay dated 10/28

"Because if there’s one person who’s in the middle of all of this, but who has escaped any proper scrutiny, it’s Nigel Farage. That’s Nigel Farage, who led the Leave.EU campaign, which is being investigated by the Electoral Commission alongside Cambridge Analytica, about whether the latter made an “impermissible donation” of services to the leave campaign. Nigel Farage who visited Donald Trump and then Julian Assange. Who is friends with Steve Bannon and Robert Mercer. Who headed an organisation – Ukip – which has multiple, public, visible but almost entirely unreported Russian connections. Who is paid by the Russian state via the broadcaster RT, which was banned last week from Twitter. And who appears like clockwork on British television without any word of this."

A very interesting read that gives us an idea of how wide and deep this conspiracy actually is. Oh my!


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Mon Oct 30, 2017, 03:06 PM

1. I heard it is also tied to Catalan independence movement

They sow Chaos and Confusion.

BTW, anyone here remember the name of the spy agency the US was up against in the 1960s show, Get Smart?
It was Kaos.
Our agency was called Control.

How prescient!

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Mon Oct 30, 2017, 03:17 PM

2. Read the same thing

Doesn't matter where you stand on Catalan independence--be it a justified movement or not. Once evidence arises that there has been foreign influence to tip the balance, we're head-first into a concerted effort to destabilize and, as you said, sow chaos and confusion. I would add distrust and anger, anything to disrupt.

We see it there, we see it here, we see it everywhere within the Western Alliance at the moment.

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