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Hot anti-Russian commodity: Pussy Riot show in LA. #CIA #Vault7

Hot anti-Russia and anti-Putin commodity: New Pussy Riot show in LA. And it’s so good to distract Americans from real problems disclosed by Wikileaks, such as #CIA crimes and #Vault7!

We know very well those poor confused girls, used as convenient dupes by certain unscrupulous forces, are quite talentless. Someone’s really pushing Pussy Riot – we even know who… Everyone would have long ago forgotten about that silliness if not for the artifical attention showered on them by the likes of Madonna and Hillary Clinton.

And along the way, I bet their masters will bribe them with their 15 minutes of fame and make them into millionaires, in exchange for keeping their mouths shut.

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Thanks to Masaki (Akaida1) for the pic!

Why Trump Was Forced to Sacrifice His National Security Adviser Michael Flynn

Below are my thoughts on why Trump was forced to sacrifice Michael Flynn. I am posting them here along with an excerpt from The New York Times. The NYT bit is posted as a mere record of what is floating out there, so don’t hold me to it. Whether the sequence and content of the events described by NYT is true (most likely, these are half-truths) or not… one thing is for certain. What you will read below is yet another spectacular confirmation that Trump is being put in that proverbial straight jacket I’d predicted in October 2016. It also confirms my other prediction: that he will be forced to make deals, dilute his original agenda and toe the line – all this per my 10/2016 EARTH REPORT 16!

Notice that a conversation between newly appointed by the US president Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn and Russian Ambassador was wiretapped by FBI!

I also want to point out that The New York Times, this ‘most democratic’ of MSM outlets in the world’s ‘most democratic’ country, styles the apparent attempt of Trump and Michael Flynn to reach out to Russia for a compromise and reconciliation as a big crime and cause for shame. Trump, Flynn and Trump’s staff are being forced to justify their every step. As I predicted back in October 2016 in EARTH REPORT 16 and reconfirmed in the recent WILL TRUMP SURVIVE HIS FIRST TERM? WEBINAR, Trump’s life is, and will continue being made difficult. His assassination or impeachment risk is high (see TRUMP WEBINAR for his exact timeline). For survival’s sake, this forces him to dilute his initial agenda and give up many of his initial goals, especially when it concerns Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia.

At this time, to avoid a continued full-scale attack and early impeachment (make no mistake, this is what they want!) Trump is forced to sacrifice his key adviser Michael Flynn. Unfortunately, that’s how they’ll continue weakening him: make him sacrifice anyone who is of any significance, while the rest of his surrounding will be forced to toe the line to survive. On top of that, much of his government is not on the same page as him, having been formed as a very unstable compromise.

The shakeups and shakedowns in the USA will continue for a while, resulting in huge changes and facilitating cataclysms. This we will discuss later this year in the future webinar on the USA Collapse timeline.

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‘The Timeline of Michael Flynn’s Phone Call With Russia: Who Knew What, and When’

‘What happened behind the scenes and what was known publicly’ (excerpt from NYT)

Nov. 18, 2016 President-elect Donald J. Trump appoints Michael T. Flynn as national security adviser.
Dec. 25 Mr. Flynn sends a text extending holiday greetings to Sergey I. Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States. Mr. Kislyak replies.
Dec. 29 President Barack Obama announces sanctions against Russia for trying to influence the November election through cyberattacks. Around the same time Mr. Flynn discusses sanctions with Mr. Kislyak in a phone call, according to officials who have seen a transcript of the wiretapped conversation.

Dec. 30  President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia says he will not retaliate against the sanctions.

Dec. 30 Mr. Trump praises Mr. Putin’s response on Twitter: “I always knew he was very smart!”

Jan. 12 News organizations first report on the call between Mr. Flynn and Mr. Kislyak.

Jan. 13 In a conference call with reporters, Mr. Spicer confirms the phone conversation

between Mr. Flynn and Mr. Kislyak, saying it had “centered around the logistics” and
had “never touched on the sanctions.”

Jan. 14 Mr. Flynn informs Vice President Mike Pence that he did not discuss U.S. sanctions against Russia with Mr. Kislyak in the phone call.

Jan. 15 In several televised interviews, Mr. Pence states that Mr. Flynn and Mr. Kislyak did not discuss sanctions.

Jan. 15 In an interview on NBC, Mr. Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Priebus, also states that Mr. Flynn and Mr. Kislyak did not discuss U.S. sanctions against Russia.

Jan. 22 Mr. Flynn denies talking about the sanctions with Mr. Kislyak to Mr. Spicer.

Jan. 23 Asked about Mr. Flynn’s phone call at a press briefing, Mr. Spicer again states that U.S. sanctions against Russia were not discussed.

Between Jan. 23 and Jan. 26 F.B.I. agents interview Mr. Flynn regarding his conversation with Mr. Kislyak.

Jan. 26 The Justice Department notifies the White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn

II, that Mr. Flynn had not been truthful about his interactions with Mr. Kislyak and that he could be at risk for being blackmailed by Russian intelligence. Mr. McGahn then briefs Mr. Trump. In the following days Mr. McGahn reviews the events surrounding the phone call and conducts several interviews with Mr. Flynn. Mr. McGahn later determines that there

are no legal issues related to the call.

Jan. 28  Mr. Trump and Mr. Putin conduct an hourlong telephone call, attended by Mr. Flynn.

Feb. 8 Mr. Flynn denies discussing sanctions with Mr. Kislyak in an interview with The Washington Post.

Feb. 9 The Washington Post and The New York Times report that Mr. Flynn discussed American sanctions against Russia with Mr. Kislyak, contradicting previous statements about the phone call.

Feb. 9 Mr. Flynn tells The Washington Post that “while he had no recollection of

discussing sanctions, he couldn’t be certain that the topic never came up.”

Feb. 10 Aboard Air Force One, Mr. Trump says he hasn’t seen new reports about Mr.

Flynn’s conversations with Mr. Kislyak.

Feb. 13, during the day Kellyanne Conway, a counselor to the president, says that Mr. Flynn misled Mr. Pence about the phone call, but that Mr. Flynn still “enjoys the full confidence of the president.” Mr. Spicer says the president is “evaluating the situation.”

Feb. 13, evening Mr. Flynn resigns as national security adviser.

 

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