Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Is Jesuit Trump in charge of America?

Just like South Africa which is run by white elite, the United States is also run by white elite also known as the faceless, unelected ruling class.Trump is just a wealthy pawn in a political chess game. He is not one of the people who pull the strings behind the scenes. The ruling elite can make him commit blunders in order to get rid of him. He neither controls the US army nor intelligence agencies such as, for example, the CIA or FBI.He might have nothing to do with the recent assassinations which were the work of the US army and the CIA. However, he can’t publicly say so. The only US President who differed publicly with the US army and CIA was John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Kennedy said he was not an errand boy of the Pentagon and that he was going to scatter the CIA to the four winds.He also criticised secret societies and secret oaths. Where did he end up? He was murdered like a dog in broad daylight by the same US ruling elite and secret societies, especially the Knights of Malta and Jesuits. The Jesuits are also known as the Society of Jesus.So fellow Africans and people around the globe, it might make us feel good to point a finger at Trump as a catharsis to give vent to our pent-up anger.

However, let us also expose America’s ruling class that hides behind US Presidents yet it is that same ruling class that commits atrocities and wages war around the globe for control of resources.Trump is a white supremacist and member of the Jesuit secret society who invariably spews gobbledygook but he is by no means in charge of the United States of America just like all his predecessors. Almost all US Presidents since 1913 have been members of one or the other secret society or private organisation.The Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), which hosted the EFF leadership and was addressed by their leader in late 2015 under the Chatham House rule, is also part of these organisations that cause chaos around the globe with the aim of controlling the world. Addressing RIIA under the Chatham House rule means the EFF leader’s speech can’t be made public and it hasn’t been made public since it was delivered.

RIIA was formed in 1919 and its sister organisation, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in the US was formed in 1921.All South African Presidents since 1994 have addressed the CFR. I am not sure about the current one but would not be surprised if he did, In fact, I would be surprised if he didn’t.These organisations – RIIA and CFR – were in the forefront of and instrumental in the formation of the defunct League of Nations and later the US controlled United Nations. It shouldn’t be any wonder why the US controls the UN and does as it pleases and violates international law from time to time since when it was founded in 1945 in San Francisco, there were 47 members of the CFR represented.Is it acceptable under international law to assassinate citizens of other countries in foreign countries or their countries using drones or other methods?

Aren’t we supposed to live freely whether or not we agree or disagree with or like or hate the US? As usual the US is going to literally get away with murder. The US has also denied a visa to Iran’s officials to enter the US to attend UN meetings.This aggression against Iran by The US and Britain isn’t new. In early 1991, I wrote a long article published in the Botswana Gazette in which I mentioned countries the US wants to destroy because they didn’t control them and Iran was one of them. The others I mentioned were Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan and North Korea. Not only do they want to destroy these countries because they don’t control them but also because of their resources and strategic importance. Iraq and Libya are gone, Syria has been destroyed and Sudan is being destabilised. It shouldn’t be forgotten that the US also destroyed Afghanistan and caused instability in that country.This attack on Iran hasn’t started now as I have indicated in my other articles but goes back to 1953 when the US and Britain overthrew nationalist Iranian leader Dr Mohammed Mossadeq simply because he nationalised Iran’s oil industry. The US replaced Mossadeq with The Shah who was overthrown in a 1979 revolution led by Ayatollah Khomeini.

Mossadeq had called for the nationalisation on the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC) following the 1949 signing of a prepared document between representatives of AIOC and the Iranian government of the Shah. The document was known as the Supplementary Oil Agreement. Mossadeq indeed nationalised the company and invited “the wrath” of the British and US for nationalising the oil industry of his own country. That is western imperialism at its best which is still with us today.

That’s in a nutshell the history of the genesis of the conflict the West initiated in Iran.


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