from Freedom-Articles Website
states aloud what aware people have come to realize:
the dark suits of the NWO make up the Deep State
and rule the U.S. & its puppet presidents.
The same goes for many countries, including Russia, the home of President Vladimir Putin himself.
However, there is something distinctly and extraordinarily entrenched about the Shadow Government, Parallel Government or Deep State in the USA, which is of course what Putin was referring to in the below video.
FULL interview HERE...
The dark suits are the unelected bureaucracy or true ruling class that stays in office no matter which party on the spectrum is temporarily in power.
The dark suits are the international bankers. The dark suits are the mighty MIC (Military Intelligence Complex), the sprawling collection of 16 agencies (including the nefarious NSA and CIA, lesser known but still massive agencies like the DIA and NGA, and ominous agencies like the NRO [whose mission patches proudly proclaim mottos like "We Own the Night"]).
The diabolical influence of these dark suits can already be seen in the first 100 days of the Trump presidency, e.g. in the disgraceful ways Trump has flip-flopped more than a fish out of water on a multitude of issues.
Those aware of how the game works can see that the dark suits have already got to Trump.
Putin Exposes the Reality of the Dark Suits
In a recent interview (May 30th 2017, above video) with French media outlet Le Figaro, Putin joked about those in dark suits telling every successive and incoming U.S. presidential administration exactly what to do:
The dark suits ensure the agenda, the New World Order agenda of a globalized central dictatorship with a,
...always stays on course no matter which puppet is in power.
The ever eastwards-expanding NATO,
who recently absorbed Montenegro into its ranks.
But it's purely for defense … right?
NATO's Internal Contradictions
Putin also remarked on NATO's internal contradictions:
Like Government in general, NATO needs an enemy in order to justify its own existence.
Logically, that enemy has to be Russia, since NATO has already absorbed many Western and Atlantic nations into its organization. It just gobbled up Montenegro in the Balkans to ensure Russia doesn't get too much of a foothold there.
In the beginning, NATO was set up to stop the spread of Soviet communism into the West via Europe. If Western leaders suddenly embraced Russia and begin to cooperate with it rather than demonize it, NATO would become irrelevant and, dare I say it… obsolete.
Speaking of obsolete, remember what Trump said about NATO and "obsolete"?
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"NATO is no longer obsolete"
(after the dark suits spoke to him)
The Mythical Russian Threat
So it suits the Western leaders of the world right now to continue propagating the myth of the grave "Russian threat", both,
A constant theme of Putin's message for over a decade now has been for the nations of the world to unite against terrorism:
The dark suits:
they've sold their souls and
(as Dutch whistleblower Ronald Bernard says)
frozen their consciences at -100°
to become devoid of humanity and empathy.
Conclusion: We've Been Through this Before
History repeats itself, because we subconsciously and unconsciously create similar scenarios in the outer world based on our underlying inner psychological states.
Paul Craig Roberts recently wrote (Van Cliburn: America's Greatest Diplomat) about how other previous U.S. and Russian presidents had to contend and struggle with their respective bureaucracies and military men who thrived on suspicion, fear and war, rather than cooperation, trust and peace.
Presidents and prime ministers have a hard job in many ways.
The hardest aspect may well be resisting the urge of the dark suits around them to constantly feed the fear, create new enemies, inject life into old enemies and play the game of separation politics.
It seems in Putin there is a leader who is genuinely prepared and able to go beyond those childish games and strive for cooperation and peace.
Is Trump mature and strong enough for that task?
Being a bully shows weakness of character; building a relationship of mutual trust and cooperation requires strength.