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Know Your Enemy

Sometimes the biggest enemies to our movements live amongst us and call themselves our allies. In this extract for Trouble #1, we explore the damaging effects that environmental NGO’s and Tribal Governments have had on indigenous resistance in Turtle Island.

12 Comments on "Know Your Enemy"

  1. Cloggie on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 3:07 am 

    The anarchist-leftist video confuses local action groups, fighting environmental degradation with NGOs that are an extension of the already long arm of the US deep state and operate to overthrow foreign governments world-wide, that don’t comply with the logic of the NWO and globalism. A deep state that aims to destroy local identity and national borders, all for the sake of One World. The USofA, the new USSR.

    Yesterday it became clear that Trump might very well be losing the fight against the US deep state after he caved in after the obvious false flag “gas attack” in Syria, where in 2014 Syria volunteered to destroy its chemical weapons under supervision of the US:

    Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed in Syria in a fake civil war that according to former French foreign minister Roland dumas was a setup by the “Allies” and carried out by Syria’s neighbors Turkey, KSA and the Gulf states like Qatar, who functioned as a rent-a-terrorist temping organisation and who all were already allies of the US:

    In the pictures produced by rebel organization “White Helmets” no people were shown with visible injuries and the “news” was brought out by rebel propaganda organ “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights”, a one man operation, used by the Western MSM to funnel so-called independent “news”, in a similar fashion as they used to blame Russia for MH17 with this Bellingcat one-man show, also British based. Brexit fool Boris Johnson was the first yesterday to do the dirty work for the US in declaring that Assad was behind the attack, without providing evidence. All the pictures shown could have been easily staged.

    It is obvious that with this fake gas attack stunt, Trump is being deliberately pushed into a conflict with Russia. We in Eurasia should understand that a war with Anglosphere is inevitable for as long as the US population is to lame, to passive to intervene and destroy the globalist cancer called Washington. The US empire implies the death of the white race. That’s ok as long as it is confined to Anglosphere, turning the country into a useless third world hell hole, dangerous to nobody.

    Way forward: on the very moment that a country like either France (Marine le Pen later this month?) or Germany manages to escape from the West through the ballot box, the first thing that needs to be done is secret consultations with both Russia and China to finally terminate the US empire by an all-Eurasian witdrawal from the US proxy called “United Nations” and set up a Eurasian counter organisation, that rejects American exceptionalism and the intended Anglo-Zionist world order in favor of an identitarian multi-polar world order based on Great Civilizations: Christian Europe, Confucian China, Islam, Africa, India, Japan, etc. The organisation will be open for all who subscribe to the new multi-polar world order, even including the US. The multi-polar world order should be carried by both China and Europe (including Russia). The first objective and open demand should be to remove all American military basis from Eurasia. Additionally the use of the dollar as a means of payment within Eurasia will be prohibited. Spain, backed by the EU, Russia and China should reconquer Gibraltar in a surprise attack and next declare the Mediterranean and Black Sea a no go area for non-European military vessels. Super-sonic missiles should be installed along the Spanish coast that will sink any Anglo vessel that dares to approach Gibraltar. Europe will back a similar measure for the South China Sea. Brexit should be enforced in a single unilateral blow, putting Britain on par with the likes of Ukraine and Belorus and began a complete blockade of the Island that will only be lifted if the 60 billion euro will be paid.

    This scheme of actions should begin on the very moment that Trump will be forced to leave office.

    About the Syrian false flag:

    Note the “1776” sticker on the

    Let the Eurasian Century begin.

  2. Cloggie on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 3:47 am 

    Justin Raimondo on the “chemical attack” in this tweet:

    Stephen Lendman:

    TheSaker on Trump:

    The West crying crocodile tears over the nerve gas attack in a war instigated by western sociopaths:

    Estimates of deaths in the Syrian Civil War, per opposition activist groups, vary between 321,358 and 470,000. On 23 April 2016, the United Nations and Arab League Envoy to Syria put out an estimate of 400,000 that had died in the war.

  3. Cloggie on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 4:13 am 

    More debunking “nerve gas attack”:

    (“Dead” girl opening eyes)

    Boris Johnson trying to push Russia into pariah status:

    This was the whole purpose of the false flag attack.

  4. Davy on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 5:39 am 

    Clog, you forget Trump is a gamer. He is in this to win and he is open to any direction for a win. He is all about winning and little else. It is a gambler’s addiction. The guy has very fluid positions. It is more likely he is playing along only to strike elsewhere. Blood is already in the water with the Obama clan and the intelligence services. Their lying Susan will spill the bill eventually showing Obama and his spooks with egg on their face. Trump and Putin could be organizing poor relations for other purposes. Putin is a chess man. They both game. The case may also be Trump deciding it is easier just to make peace with the deep state. They may have made him an offer. It is clear the deep state is taking it in the ass from Trump. They failed miserably trying to discredit and remove him. It is more likely they are caving to Trump.

    DC is a den of deceit. One only needs to watch the entire “House of cards” series to see what is going on. Normally I would say Hollywood is just sensationalism and dopamine driven fantasy but in the case of DC it is accurate. We are talking who knows and anything goes because power has corrupted there. This reality show in DC is very interesting lately if it were not so tragic. In this real world innocents are being ground up in a meat grinder of decline made worse by corruption. This at a time we need real leadership for what is the beginning of the unraveling of modern civilization. What we are getting instead is enhanced decline.

  5. Cloggie on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 9:46 am 

    Davy, I hope you are right man.

    I’ve seen both the British original of House of Cards in 1990…

    …as well as the recent American follow-up:

    I found it very funny at the time. Now I know it is probably very close to reality.

  6. Apneaman on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 11:25 am 

    Hair clog, do you not have an example of one of these local – pure as the driven snow – action groups? Many of the people who volunteer and donate to the environmental NGO’s are legit, good hearted, but naive/stupid as they come. Even many of the corrupted NGO salaried + perks “management” people started out meaning well. They got corrupted. From time to time, I see volunteers from local enviro groups cleaning up ditches, stream beds, empty lots, etc. Is their group corrupted? Maybe. Is the volunteer a carbon spewing consumer hypocrite? Maybe. Are the humans fucked? Definitely. Plenty of grey in the human world. Plenty of contradictory behaviour.

    Everything one could want to know about the non profit industrial complex can be found on the pages of this site…….


    BTW, there is no “deep state”. Just the same Establishment there has always been playing the same games the humans always play – those with the most power trying to keep it and get more & those with less trying to get theirs. There are more people and more institutions and bureaucracies than ever before, so it’s just more complex like much of civilisation. Y’all just love to over dramatise things don’t ya? “Deep State” sound so wonderfully spooky don’t it? Establishment was getting boring and in the internet age we need catchy scary titles to get those clicks. It’s all about the page views & BOO!

  7. Cloggie on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 12:05 pm 

    BTW, there is no “deep state”. Just the same Establishment

    You’re from Vancouver? Than I’ll explain it to you again, this time slowly.

    Establishment are those folks you see every day on television, like the folks in government and Congress.

    Deep state are the people who mostly remain invisible, yet push the country in a certain direction. The signatories of PNAC, that’s deep state. The folks who were pushing for opening up the US for mass immigration from the third world, that’s deep state. The decision to murder JFK was obviously not decided in Congress, let alone by the president, but by the deep state.

    Hope this helps.

  8. BobInget on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 12:46 pm 

    “Cheap Skate” wants to defund the following;

    Department of Agriculture

    Water and Wastewater loan and grant program ($498 million): “Rural communities can be served by private sector financing or other federal investments in rural water infrastructure, such as the Environmental Protection Agency’s State Revolving Funds,” the budget says.

    McGovern-Dole International Food for Education program ($202 million): Trump’s budget says the program — a sort of Third World school lunch project — “lacks evidence that it is being effectively implemented to reduce food insecurity.”

    Department of Commerce

    Economic Development Administration ($221 million): Obama’s 2017 budget touted the agency as ” the only federal government agency with a mission and programs focused exclusively on economic development.” The Trump budget says it has “limited measurable impacts and duplicates other federal programs.”

    Minority Business Development Agency ($32 million): The White House says this minority business incubator program is “duplicative” of other programs in the Small Business Administration.

    Department of Education

    Supporting Effective Instruction State Grants program ($2.4 billion): The White House says the program is “poorly targeted and spread thinly across thousands of districts with scant evidence of impact.”

    21st Century Community Learning Centers program ($1.2 billion): The formula grants to states support before- and after-school and summer programs. “The programs lacks strong evidence of meeting its objectives, such as improving student achievement,” the budget says.

    Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant program ($732 million): This financial aid program, known as SEOG, help give up to $4,000 a year to college students based on financial need. The Trump administration says it’s a “less well-targeted” program than Pell Grants.

    Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Program ($190 million): The grants are targeted toward students with disabilities or limited English proficiency.

    Teacher Quality Partnership ($43 million): A teacher training and recruitment grant program.

    Impact Aid Support Payments for Federal Property ($67 million): Obama also proposed the elimination of this program, which reimburses schools for lost tax revenue from tax-exempt federal properties in their districts.

    International Education programs ($7 million): This line item funds a variety of exchange programs, migrant schools and special education services abroad.

    Department of Energy

    Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy ($382 million): This alternative energy research program was established by Congress in 2007 with the goal of funding projects that the private sector would not.

    Title 17 Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Program: This loan fund finances projects that combat global warming.

    Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Program: Helps finance fuel-efficient vehicle research. “The private sector is better positioned to finance disruptive energy research and development and to commercialize innovative technologies,” the White House says.

    Weatherization Assistance Program ($121 million): The program helps homeowners make their homes more energy efficient with grants of up to $6,500.

    State Energy Program ($28.2 million): Gives grants to states to help them work on energy efficiency and anti-climate change programs.

    Department of Health and Human Services

    Health professions and nursing training programs ($403 million): Trump’s budget says these programs “lack evidence that they significantly improve the nation’s health workforce.” Instead, Trump wants to provide scholarships and student loans in in exchange for service in areas with a nursing shortage.

    Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program ($3.4 billion): LIHEAP helps the elderly and low-income people pay their heating and power bills.

    Community Services Block Grants ($715 million): CSBG is an anti-poverty grant program that the White House says duplicates emergency food assistance and employment programs.

    Department of Housing and Urban Development

    Community Development Block Grant program ($3 billion): CDBG has been a bread-and-butter funding source for local communities for 42 years, totaling more than $150 billion in grants over its history. “The program is not well-targeted to the poorest populations and has not demonstrated results,” Trump’s budget says.

    Section 4 Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing program ($35 million): The affordable housing program supports organizations like the Local Initiatives Support Corp., which the White House says should be privately funded.

    Department of the Interior

    Abandoned Mine Land grants ($160 million): The Trump administration wants to eliminate a discretionary grant program that it says overlaps with a $2.7 billion permanent fund.

    National Heritage Areas ($20 million): These are state-and-federal partnerships to preserve natural, historic, scenic, and cultural resources.

    National Wildlife Refuge fund ($13.2 million): This is a revenue-sharing fund that makes payments to counties where wildlife refuges are located from fees the Fish and Wildlife Service receives.

    Department of Justice

    State Criminal Alien Assistance Program ($210 million): Four states receive the bulk of the funding from this program, which reimburses states for the cost of incarcerating criminal immigrants.

    Department of Labor

    Senior Community Service Employment Program ($434 million): SCSEP is a job training program for low-income people 55 and older that the White House says is “ineffective.”

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration training grants ($11 million)

    Department of State and U.S. Agency for International Development

    The Global Climate Change Initiative ($1.3 billion) was an Obama administration proposal to support the Paris climate agreement. It includes the Green Climate Fund ($250 million), the Strategic Climate Fund ($60 million) and the Clean Technology Fund ($171 million).

    Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance Fund ($70 million): The account allows the president to “provide humanitarian assistance for unexpected and urgent refugee and migration needs worldwide,” but Trump said the mission is best left to international and non-governmental relief organizations

    The East-West Center ($16 million): Chartered by Congress as the Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West, the Honolulu-based nonprofit has a mission of strengthening relations among Pacific Rim countries.

    Department of Transportation

    The Essential Air Service program ($175 million) provides federal subsidies for commercial air service at rural airports. EAS flights are not full and have high subsidy costs per passenger. Trump’s budget says several of those airports are close to major airports, and that rural communities could be served by other modes of transportation.

    Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grants ($499 million): The Obama-era TIGER program funded multi-modal and multi-jurisdictional projects, but the White House wants to cut existing infrastructure spending in favor of his own $1 trillion infrastructure proposal.

    Department of the Treasury

    Community Development Financial Institutions grants ($210 million): Trump’s budget says the 23-year-old program to support community banks and credit unions is obsolete.

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    Geographic watershed programs ($427 million) like the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative ($40 million) and the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Initiative ($14 million): The Trump budget would turn over responsibility for those efforts to state and regional governments.

    Fifty other EPA programs ($347 million) including Energy Star, Targeted Airshed Grants, the Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program, and infrastructure assistance to Alaska Native Villages and the Mexico border.

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    Office of Education ($115 million), which the Trump budget says duplicates efforts by the agency’s Science Mission Directorate.

    Independent agencies and commissions

    African Development Foundation ($26 million): An independent foreign aid agency focusing on economic development in Africa.

    Appalachian Regional Commission ($119 million): A 52-year-old agency focused on economic growth in 420 counties.

    Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board ($11 million): The agency was created by the Clean Air Act of 1990 and investigates chemical accidents.

    Corporation for National and Community Service ($771 million): The agency is best known for its Americorps community service program.

    Corporation for Public Broadcasting ($485 million): Supports public television and radio stations, including the PBS television network and, indirectly, National Public Radio.

    Delta Regional Authority ($45 million): An economic development agency for the eight-state Mississippi Delta region.

    Denali Commission ($14 million): A state and federal economic development agency for Alaska.

    Institute of Museum and Library Services ($231 million): Provides money to the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 35,000 museums.

    Inter-American Foundation ($23 million): Promotes “citizen-led grassroots development” in Latin America and the Caribbean.

    U.S. Trade and Development Agency ($66 million): Promotes U.S. exports in energy, transportation, and telecommunications.

    Legal Services Corp. ($366 million): A 43-year-old congressionally chartered organization that helps provide free civil legal advice to poor people.

    National Endowment for the Arts ($152 million): Encourages participation in the arts.

    National Endowment for the Humanities ($155 million): Supports scholarship into literature and culture.

    Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp. ($175 million): Better known as Neighborworks America, the organization supports local affordable housing programs.

    Northern Border Regional Commission ($7 million): A regional economic development agency serving parts of Maine, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont.

    Overseas Private Investment Corp.($63 million): Encourages U.S. private investment in the developing world.

    U.S. Institute of Peace ($40 million): Government-run think tank focusing on conflict prevention.

    U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness ($4 million): An independent agency coordinating the federal government’s efforts to reduce homelessness.

    Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars ($11 million): A program to provide scholarships and fellowships in social sciences and humanities.

  9. Cloggie on Thu, 6th Apr 2017 4:14 pm 

    It was nice as long as it lasted:

  10. makati1 on Fri, 7th Apr 2017 12:17 am 

    “Is your “democracy” (or republic) actually a Totalitarian State? That is, is it a “democracy” or “republic” in name only? To find out, take this quick quiz.

    1. Does your government (federal, state and local) seize citizens’ assets without due process? In other words, the rule of law is dead; the state is the law. If the answer is yes, Your “democracy” is already a Totalitarian State. The answer in the USA is a definitive “yes.”

    2. Does your government impose tyranny by complexity? If so, the average citizen lacks the wealth and connections needed to fight the seizure of private property without due process or recourse. In the USA, the answer is “yes,” the government is a tyranny by complexity.

    3. Is your government essentially “for sale” to wealthy elites? If the answer is yes, Your “democracy” is already a Totalitarian State–or more accurately, a fascist Totalitarian State.

    4. Does your government spy on its entire citizenry? If the answer is yes, Your “Democracy” is already a Totalitarian State. The answer in the USA is a definitive “yes.”

    “Well, you have your answer: the USA is already a Totalitarian State with a Ministry of Propaganda that works overtime to generate a flimsy illusion of “democracy.” “

  11. DerHundistlos on Fri, 7th Apr 2017 12:33 pm 

    “They failed miserably trying to discredit and remove him. It is more likely they are caving to Trump.”

    Little early to claim victory 21/2 months in. No need to try and discredit Cheeto. He’s doing a splendid job himself.

    “Their lying Susan will spill the bill eventually showing Obama and his spooks with egg on their face.”

    Added to list of predictions.

    “The case may also be Trump deciding it is easier just to make peace with the deep state. They may have made him an offer. It is clear the deep state is taking it in the ass from Trump.”

    If Cheeto has made peace with the “deep state”, why would this be necessary if, “the deep state is taking it in the ass from Trump”? Just a wee bit contradictory.

    Rationalization involves the implementation of any and all even remotely possible scenarios hoping something, anything will stick, although the probabilities of such are inversely proportionate.

  12. DerHundistlos on Fri, 7th Apr 2017 12:35 pm 

    forgot to add after proportionate, “to time in office”.

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