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On October 13, 2016, Presidential Candidate Donald Trump gave arguably the most important speech of his entire presidential campaign. In it, he directly called out the deep state and revealed that his campaign posed an existential threat to it.
Throughout the Devolution Series, I have outlined the moves and countermoves between Donald Trump and the truly global deep state. The deep state knew what a threat Trump was, and they would do anything to prevent him from winning the 2016 election. Their move was the initiation of the Russia Collusion Hoax. As always, Trump’s countermoves are far more brilliant and impactful than those of his enemies.
Let’s explore them together.
On 3/24/2022 there was a massive piece of news that was dropped on the world in the form of a Trump lawsuit.
The lawsuit filed by Trump started out with an absolute bombshell list of defendants. Nearly every single major player you could think of that has been involved in the color revolution perpetrated against Trump since he came down the escalator and announced his Presidential candidacy is listed (with a few notable exceptions I will discuss shortly).
My initial thoughts on this lawsuit were focused on the timing of it. Special Prosecutor John Durham issued a “speaking indictment” to Michael Sussman on September 16th, 2021. This indictment outlined the entire conspiracy. Why didn’t Trump reveal this lawsuit shortly thereafter?
On March 24th, 2019, it was reported the Mueller investigation concluded and found no collusion. Could Trump not have filed this lawsuit then?
Many have speculated on the real motivations. Here are a few such speculations I snagged from Just Human’s telegram channel written by Joe Lange and Awakened Outlaw:
We can be certain it wasn’t about the money. So was it for the media coverage? Was it for some purpose relating to Durham? Or is it pointing to something larger?
While I don’t claim to have a definitive answer to the “why” question, I hope to show you by the end of this article, that this just might be some piece of the devolution puzzle. As we’ve covered many times before in this series, Trump used his powers as President to fight against the deep state, but before we see how Trump’s Executive actions come into play relating to this lawsuit, we need to look a little closer at a few aspects of the lawsuit itself.
Donald J. Trump V. Hillary Clinton & Co.
That should give you a general idea of what happened and why it is called the “Russian Collusion Hoax”. Now let’s look at a few key players:
The fact that Perkins Coie is an international law firm is a huge deal. Perkins Coie has been the go-to law firm for the deep state for many years, especially relating to election theft. Wouldn’t attorney-client privilege through the use of an international law firm be a great way to conceal your dealings? Trump’s lawsuit directly calls them out for this:
The lawsuit notes that attorney-client privilege is inapplicable when discussions are “non-legal in nature”, because I bet that’s how you can describe many of the conversations Perkins Coie has with its deep state clients.
Keep in mind that Marc Elias is at the heart of the 2020 election theft as well:
I highlighted all of these individuals due to their foreign origins. You’ll see my reasoning for doing so later on. Now one more person to draw more significant attention to - Rodney Joffe.
Joffe was offered the “top cybersecurity job” should Hillary Clinton win. He had a vested interest in doing whatever he could to make sure Hillary won the election. He set out to find evidence of Russian collusion, and when he couldn’t find any, he fabricated it, going so far as to spy on Trump while he was a sitting President. This is what we call bribery and when I say “we”, I’m referring to myself and 18 U.S. Code § 201 - Bribery of public officials and witnesses:
Joffe fits this definition because he was working for Neustar which had a contract with the Executive Office of the President:
Keep that Bribery in mind as we move forward.
Now let’s look at the final few pieces of Trump’s lawsuit for the appropriate context we’ll need for the rest of the article. This is where the lawsuit lays out all the counts against the defendants. I’m going to be focusing on the “Count 1 - RICO” and “Count 2 - RICO Conspiracy”.
Here is the text from 18 U.S.C. § 1961(4):
Very important to note that Trump’s lawsuit tells us that the Enterprise “remains ongoing and continuing to the present day.” You’ll understand the significance of that statement by the end of the article.
This is where things get rather interesting.
RICO and Transnational Criminal Organizations
The FBI has an entire section on their website dedicated to “Transnational Organized Crime” and it provides us with some great background information:
Reminder that Title 18 USC, Section 1961(4) was referenced in Trump’s lawsuit in the very first section of “Count 1 - RICO”:
First of all, remember how I told you the Joffe situation fit the definition of bribery? Well the first crime listed above is just that - bribery. Also, a reminder that Title 18 USC, Section 1961(1) was referenced in Trump’s lawsuit in section 278 under “Predicate Acts” within “Count 1 - RICO”:
Let’s connect the dots here to make sure you understand the significance of what I’m showing you here.
Trump’s lawsuit lists individuals and entities with foreign origins.
Trump’s lawsuit lists multiple crimes from of our United States code that are also used by the FBI when they classify the conduct of Transnational Organized Crime groups (also referred to as Transnational Criminal Organizations).
The FBI describes TCOs as groups that “seek to obtain power, influence and monetary gains, protect their activities through corruption, have an organizational structure exploiting national boundaries, are a threat to democratic institutions”.
The Enterprise described in Trumps lawsuit is a Transnational Criminal Organization based on the definitions provided by our own Federal Bureau of Investigations.
So as we move forward throughout this article, when we think of transnational criminal organizations, think of the “deep state” and those listed in Trump’s lawsuit.
Would it surprise you if I told you that throughout his Presidency, Trump used his executive powers to combat Transnational Criminal Organizations? At this point, Trump’s foresight into countering the “deep state” should come as no surprise at all.
Let’s first look at the first Executive Order fighting transnational criminal organizations that was put in place by Barack Obama.
The Executive Actions
Executive Order 13581
On July 24, 2011, Barack Obama issued EO 13581:
The language in this EO is almost identical to some of the key EO’s we’ve already seen throughout the Devolution Series (13848, 13818). It accomplishes the same sanctions and everything. Here is the key part you’ll need to see for now:
This Executive Order is important because it is the basis for many of the interesting moves Trump made in office relating to transnational criminal organizations. Now we can look at the actual moves Trump made.
On February 9th, 2017, President Trump issued Executive order 13773:
Take note of the FBI’s definition of “Intellectual Property”:
Remember what Trump’s lawsuit said regarding theft of trade secrets:
Trump’s Executive Order 13773 appears to call out the Russian Collusion Hoaxers directly. Now I won’t be going through the remainder of this executive order, but Executive Order 13773 outlines the Trump strategy for dismantling Transnational Criminal Organizations. The part to keep in mind is the working group the Executive Order established and who co-chaired it:
The list goes to the letter “J” but you should get the idea. This was Trump’s first action at combatting Transnational Organized Crime. His next action was one of the most interesting things I’ve ever seen while digging through the Federal Register. I’ve looked at every single one of Trump’s Executive actions multiple times and I have never seen this before.
Barack Obama’s EO 13581 declared a national emergency with respect to transnational criminal organizations. This means that for the Executive Order to remain in effect, the national emergency must be continued on an annual basis. On July 19, 2017, Donald Trump issued his first continuation of that National Emergency.
This is where that unusual thing happens. The very next day, on July 20, 2017, Donald Trump withdrew that first continuation and issued a new one.
Both continuations are 3 paragraphs long and have the exact same 1st and 3rd paragraphs.
Now for Paragraph 2. Note that I crossed out the one sentence that was exactly the same in both versions so you can see what was changed.
What stood out to me from the July 20th version was that it made a point to draw attention to the fact that transnational criminal organizations “threaten the stability of international political and economic systems” and that they are “entrenched in the operations of foreign governments and the international financial system, thereby weakening democratic institutions”. The Trump administration, in referring this way to the “international financial system” as being infested with transnational criminal operatives, is quietly designating the central bankers as transnational criminals.
This is a direct shot at the political establishment we refer to as the deep state. This change made by Trump perfectly describes the operations of the global elite and their attempts to create their New World Order.
Keep in mind, that both the July 19th and July 20th versions accomplished the same thing - they both resulted in the continuation of EO 13581. His withdrawal of the July 19th version and reissuance with the July 20th version had zero effect on the executive order or what it did. All this did was change the verbiage used in one paragraph.
The change wasn’t necessary!
So why did he do it? I believe he was calling out the deep state. He was pointing his finger directly at the enemy and basically telling them that he is not only watching them, but he has them by the balls. He knew what they did with the Russian Collusion Hoax. He knew they were running a color revolution against him. He was describing them here in this continuation as a transnational criminal organization and you will see why that matters as we continue.
Trump went on to issue a continuation of Executive Order 13581 for each year of the remainder of his term using the same language from his July 20th, 2017 change. Joe Biden went on to issue a continuation of it as well on 07/09/2021. The Executive Order remains in effect to this day.
TCOs and National Security
In December of 2017, Donald Trump released his National Security Strategy. We have already discussed this strategy in the Devolution Series as it relates to China, bio-threats, and a new era of hostility in the realm of low-intensity conflict, but is there anything in this strategy relating to transnational criminal organizations?
Of course there is!
Transnational criminal organizations are referenced under “Pillar 1: Protect the American People, the Homeland, and the American Way of Life”.
The fact the NSS uses the phrase “open society” immediately makes me think of George Soros. Trump doesn’t use “open society” in any other documents I can think of. Was this a hint at Soros and his operations being TCOs?
The NSS outlines the threat TCOs pose to democratic institutions and how they are motivated by profit, power, and political influence. Once again, Trump was calling out the deep state. The last highlighted section regarding “unattributable cyber intrusions, sabotage, theft and political subversion” make me think of election theft.
In January of 2018, one month after Trump released his National Security Strategy, the Department of Defense issued a new National Defense Strategy.
That actual National Defense Strategy is classified but an unclassified summary was released also made mention of transnational criminal organizations.
This may seem obvious to those who believe Trump implemented devolution, but the fact that the NDS discusses TCOs means our military was also directly aware of the threat that the deep state TCO posed to our sovereignty.
Let’s do a quick recap before moving on.
On March 24th, 2022, Donald Trump filed a lawsuit over the Russian Collusion Hoax and alleges RICO and RICO conspiracy.
Based on our United States Code and what Trump is alleging in his lawsuit, the “enterprise” fits the FBI’s definition of a transnational criminal organization. It also fits the definition of a transnational criminal organization based on Executive Orders 13581 and 13773
Obama’s July 24th, 2011, Executive Order 13581 declares a national emergency with respect to transnational criminal organizations and lists out sanctions of assets using the same language we find in some of Trump’s Executive Orders (13848, 13818).
On February 9th, 2017, President Trump issued Executive order 13773 which called for enforcing federal law with respect to transnational criminal organizations and created the Threat Mitigation Working Group (TMWG), co-chaired by “the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Director of National Intelligence, or their designees”. The TMWG was to lead our nation’s efforts to “identify, interdict, investigate, prosecute, and dismantle transnational criminal organizations and subsidiary organizations within and beyond the United States”.
Trump issued a continuation of Obama’s Executive Order 13581 every year of his presidency, including the unprecedented withdrawal and reissuance after changing the language to call out the deep state and specifically the “international financial system.”
Transnational criminal organizations are considered a national security threat and were mentioned in the Trump administration’s National Security Strategy and the Department of Defense’s National Defense Strategy.
All the above tells me that Trump was once again making moves to fight against the deep state and he was setting the table for something bigger to come later on.
Taking Additional Steps
The next significant move Trump made came on March 15th, of 2019 through the issuance of Executive Order 13863. To understand the significance of what this Executive Order did, we need to consider its timing. On March 24th, 2019, it was announced that the Mueller investigation had concluded and found no evidence of collusion.
Now let’s look at Trump’s Executive Order 13863, issued just 9 days prior:
So this Executive Order is amending subsection (e) of Obama’s Executive Order 13581. Remember that Executive Order 13581 declares a national emergency relating to transnational criminal organizations and is the executive order of which Trump issued that unprecedented continuation withdrawal and reissuance. Here is side by side showing the amendment:
Trump’s Executive order made one “small” change by widening the jurisdiction relating to transnational criminal organizations. Instead of only encompassing two foreign states, it now also covered situations involving only one foreign state and the United States and it came 9 days prior to the Mueller investigation concluding after finding no evidence of collusion.
That cannot be a coincidence.
Now that Trump has filed his lawsuit with multiple counts relating to a RICO enterprise and therefore transnational criminal organizations, the timing and impact of this Executive Order amendment can be examined in a new light. Did Trump set the table for all those involved in the Russian Collusion Hoax to be wrapped up into Executive Order 13581?
Let’s look one more time at what Executive Order 13581 does (reminder this language is nearly identical to Executive Orders 13848 and 13818):
So how does all of this fit into Devolution?
We know Trump’s National Security Strategy and the DoD’s National Defense Strategy mention transnational criminal organizations, but how much deeper does it go regarding our military? We know the military plays a major role in devolution, so do they play a major role with TCOs as well?
In May of 2019, just two months after Trump’s Executive Order 13863, the Department of Defense released their “Framework to Counter Drug Trafficking and Other Illicit Threat Networks”. This marked the DoD’s involvement in fighting TCOs on a much broader level.
Let’s examine this in closer detail, starting with the introduction letter and the first few parts of the framework itself.
So on August 3rd, 2018, the Secretary of Defense became a co-chair of the TMWG, the group established by Trump’s Executive Order 13773. This is our military getting involved in the battle against transnational criminal organizations in a much more direct manner.
Here is the footnote I highlighted in Red above:
Here is 10 U.S.C. 271:
I think it is also worth sharing that the very last bullet point of the entire framework document expands upon the above footnote:
Let’s continue with the Framework document.
That last line I think is important. It coincides with a phrase I keep hearing from many in our movement - “The military is the only way”.
Just note that this framework mentioned that TCOs “undermine sovereign governments” and “fuel insurgencies”. That is what color revolutions are, which we have already heavily discussed throughout this series.
Here is how the DOD would implement the framework:
This brings us to one of the more interesting parts of the framework:
So, at the direction of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations/Low-Intensity Conflict has the authority, direction, and control over the individual in charge for “policy and oversight of the planning, programming, budgeting, and execution as it pertains to counter transnational organized crime.”
This means that the two individuals with the most direct authority of implementation of the DoD involvement in combatting transnational organized crime, are the USD(P) and the ASD (SO/LIC).
Why are those positions familiar? Let’s look at what I wrote in Devolution - Part 3:
I’m sure it’s just another coincidence that two of the major roles in the devolution operation are also two of the most important roles for the implementation of the DoD involvement in combatting transnational organized crime and therefore combatting the deep state.
Let’s go back to the question I posed towards the beginning of this article. What purpose does this lawsuit serve?
President Trump’s executive actions broadened the definition of transnational criminal organizations, while widening the scope and authorities available to our federal agencies and military to combat them.
We already know Durham is on the case going after the Russia Collusion Hoaxers. We don’t specifically know what the scope of his entire investigation is, but it likely wouldn’t take down the entirety of the deep state. It would likely only encompass those directly involved, like the ones Trump listed in his lawsuit. However, what Trump’s lawsuit does, is show us that this group of individuals and entities are part of a Transnational Criminal Organization.
The fact that his lawsuit clearly outlines a TCO, coupled with all of the moves made to combat TCOs throughout his Presidency, tells me Trump has a solution to take down the deep state regardless of Durham’s scope. Durham is just the beginning.
As we have seen with his covid response, his pre-election theft response, his post-election theft response, and the entirety of his implementation of Devolution, Trump thought of everything. He put the pieces in place to dismantle the global cabal that seeks to destroy America and rule the world.
It’s not a matter of if this will happen.
It’s a matter of when.
THE BEST IS YET TO COME
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