On the occasion of this year’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 60 prominent American academics, lawyers, intellectuals, and researchers, including two of Robert F. Kennedy’s children, are calling on Congress to open new investigations into four assassinations of the 1960s – President John F. Kennedy, Senator Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Malcolm X – that had “a disastrous impact on the course of American history.”
For the past year, since the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. Presidency, the Anglo-American “deep state”, and their media, have been feverishly working to undermine Donald Trump’s oft-stated intention to improve relations with Russia and China. But it hasn’t worked so far.
It would appear that some Democratic Party leaders are realizing they must rethink their strategy and end their collusion with those anti-Trump Republicans and “Deep State” anti-Russia fanatics pursuing regime change in Washington, or face the continued decline and discredit of their party. At the same time, Donald Trump has held a number of bipartisan meetings this past week with legislators from both parties, on issues such as health care, tax reform, infrastructure and immigration.
The March 31 issue of the EIR weekly magazine provides an exhaustive historical, political and economic investigation of the “Deep State” which is currently deployed to sabotage the potential of the Trump Administration. The “Deep State”, as defined by the writers who actually coined the term, is the post-World War II entity consisting of Wall Street and London’s banks and law firms, the state intelligence agencies they created and staffed, controlled corporate media, foundations, and think-tanks — a structure which intersects organized crime and certain sponsored politicians.
The future of the United States as a constitutional republic is at stake in current showdown between the Trump presidency and the nexus of banking/corporate interests, secrets services, and politicians dubbed the “deep state”, which is now being escalated. Such is the warning published March 29 in Consortium News by William Binney, the original designer of a number of the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs before turning whistleblower, and Ray McGovern, a former CIA analysist specialized in Russia and the Soviet Union who prepared the Presidential daily brief in the 1980s. Both are members of the VIPS (Veterans Intelligence Professionals for Sanity).