On Jan. 20, much of the world was awoken to the shock that the 70 year reign of the neo-con and neo-liberal establishment may finally be over, and this could not have been more obvious than how Donald Trump, standing just yards away from the ringleaders, threw it in their face during his inauguration speech.
But even as historians for years will be trying to dissect both the overt and even subtle meanings hidden in many of his words, one emphasized phrase may have actually signaled that a coup had taken place within the government, and that those fighting against the cabal for more than 20 years had finally won.
In an interview given this weekend on the alternative web program known as Silver the Antidote, guest Jim Willie started the show with a bombshell that if true, will change the course of America for decades.
When Dr. Jim Willie began answering questions about the new President and how he might intend to run the Oval Office, the good Doctor went directly to Trump's inauguration speech and keyed in on two particular words that have much more meaning than anyone can fathom.
Silver the Antidote: Can you explain what you said about the Trump cabinet being in a coup de tat?
Dr. Jim Willie: Yes. Back in 1995, there was an incident of a downed military aircraft in Alabama. It was 1995 and there were seven Generals and one Admiral on board. All were killed.
Their agenda, was to bring impeachment charges against President Clinton. This was just following the Sandia Labs (Los Alamos) scandal where apparently Clinton had sold weapon schematics... entire weapons plans for construction, diagrams, electronics to China for a fee.
After the crash, Generals who were part of the movement, or who at least shared the sentiment toward impeachment of Clinton for treason, organized a movement called America First.
In the ensuing 20 years, Clinton, Bush, and Obama fired over 500 Generals and Admirals. The division was pretty simple... anyone loyal to the Constitution was fired. I know that sounds very strange, but this is the direction the United States went for the last 20-25 years. Anyone who remained called themselves the Loyalists, and it was loyalty towards the narcotics barons.
The Bush family.500 retired Generals and Admirals publicly endorse Mitt Romney (America First organization?)
And thus these Generals and Admirals were elevated. So when during the inauguration two weeks ago, the newly installed President Trump mentioned America First a few times, without a big reference for the background on what it meant.
Donald Trump (Inauguration Speech): Today's ceremony has very special meaning. Because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another, or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington D.C., and giving it back to you... the People.
You came by the 10's of millions, to become part of a historic movement, the likes of which the world has never seen before. From this day forward, it's going to be only... America First... America First.
We stand at the birth of a new millennium. Ready to unlock the mysteries of space. To free the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries, and technologies of tomorrow.When you take what occurred in 1995 at Sandia Labs, and then follow this into the organization created by hundreds of members of the U.S.'s General Staff after the mysterious downing of a military plane, you can see the makings of a war between those working within government who love America and hold their oaths as sacred, and those who sought to bring the United States into a one world government through globalism.
In addition, let's break down the key points spoken by President Trump around the time he emphasized and signaled the phrase, America First.
1. Not transferring power from one administration to another, or one party to another.
This line is dedicated to the fact that there is no such thing as a two party system in government, but simply two heads of a single entity. And over the past 24 years all three Presidents were intrinsically tied to the pursuit of globalism, as well as destroying the fabric of America through division, debt, and endless wars.
2. Transferring power from Washington to the People.
This line represents power being taken from the Establishment and given into the hands of the organization that has been dedicated for the past 20 years towards returning America to a Constitutional government. And that of course means the power is to return to the hands of the states, and in turn to the hands of the people.
3. ... a historic moment, they likes of which the world has never seen.
In 1933 members of the business elite, including George Herbert Walker Bush's father Prescott Bush, attempted to hire General Smedley Butler to back a military coup in which the bankers would take over the government of the United States. This coup failed because General Butler rejected it outright, and ensured the military would never support it, but the diagram of how to do this appears to have carried over in the 2016 election.
And look at how many Generals, ALL who were either fired or tied to the America First organization, are now intrinsic members of Donald Trump's cabinet.
4. We stand at the birth of a new millennium... ready to unlock the mysteries of space... harness the energies and technologies of tomorrow.
This line is a direct reference to the secret technologies the Shadow Government, or establishment has unlocked that has been kept from the American people, as well as the world in general. Anti-gravity spacecraft like the TR-3B, zero point energy, and perhaps even the secret technologies discovered down in Antarctica, which former Secretary of State John Kerry happened to be on the very day of Trump's inauguration.
Analyst Bix Weir has been saying for a number of years that the government is made up of two warring factions that populate most Federal Agencies. He calls them the 'good guys' and the 'bad guys', and when you put his research together with Dr. Jim Willie's recent revelations, it is difficult to dismiss that Donald Trump's victory was in many ways a coup against the government.