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The ‘Special Relationship’ Is Collapsing… and That’s a Good Thing

Authored Matthew Ehret via The Strategic Culture Foundation:

British Ambassador Kim Darroch’s return to London from his failed mission in America is being hailed by many naïve commentators as yet another proof that President Trump is a crazed ego-maniac who cannot take criticism from a seasoned professional diplomat.

During the weeks since the “Darroch memo” scandal erupted, mainstream media has totally mis-diagnosed the nature of the breakdown in US-British relations, and has brushed over the most relevant evidence that has been brought to light by Darroch’s cables. This spinning of the narrative has made it falsely appear that the Ambassador merely criticized the President as “clumsy, diplomatically inept, unpredictable and dysfunctional” and was thus unjustly attacked by the President causing the poor diplomate to resign saying “the current situation is making it impossible for me to carry out my role as I would like.” Former British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt went so far as to say that Darroch was “the best of Britain” and encouraged all diplomats to continue to “speak truth to power.” International press on both sides of the ocean followed suit portraying Darroch as a hero among men.

Hog wash.

The reality is that Darroch’s messages to the British Foreign Office go much deeper and reveal something very ugly that challenges the deepest assumptions about recent history and modern geopolitics.

Sir Darroch and Britain’s Invisible Hand Exposed

Sir Darroch, (Knight Commander of St. Michael and St. George) is not your typical British diplomat. The Knight made a name for himself as a leading agent of Tony Blair while acting as Ambassador to the European Union from 2007-2011 in an effort to win international support for a regime change operation against Iran, Syria and Libya.

Blair and the highest levels of the British oligarchy had managed America as its “dumb giant” throughout the entire post-9/11 regime change program on the Middle East. While many have labelled this policy as “American”, we shall come to see that it was merely the carrying out of the “Blair Doctrine” announced in the 1999 speech in Chicago calling for a post-nation state (post-Westphalian) world order.

It is important to remind ourselves that the dodgy WMD dossier  had been crafted by the British Foreign Office before being used by neo con hawks such as John Bolton and Cheney as justification to blow up Iraq in 2003. It was also the earlier Anglo-Saudi sponsored BAE black operation run by Prince Bandar bin Sultan which funded and directed 9/11 earlier. As US Ambassador beginning in January 2016, Sir Darroch was instrumental in vetting Christopher Steele as “absolutely legit”. Steele’s “dodgy dossier” on Trump was used to justify the greatest witch hunt of a sitting President in history.

When viewed in the same light as the British-directed Russia-gating of the President, these memos shed valuable light upon the Byzantine methods which British intelligence has used to conduct its subtle manipulation of America for a very long time.

Trump Whisperers and Britain’s Other Tools

In his memos, Sir Darroch called for “flooding the zone” with Trump whisperers who can influence the President’s perceptions of the world and push him towards the British agenda on issues such as de-carbonization, Free Trade, and war with Iran.

Sir Darroch said to his superiors that “we have spent years building the relationships; they are the gatekeepers… the individuals we rely upon to ensure the U.K. voice is heard in the West Wing.” Who are these voices who been built up over years? National Security Advisor John Bolton is a long-standing visitor to the British embassy and former Chief of Staff John Kelly has had regular early morning breakfast dates. A Washington Post assessment of July 8th described Darroch’s “coterie- including Kellyanne Conway, Stephen Miller, Mick Mulvaney, Sarah Sanders and Trump ally Chris Ruddy” who have met at the embassy and “share about the President and his decision-making.”

Darroch also revealed that Trump’s resistance to the British position on war with Iran was not acceptable when the President chose to cancel an attack on Iran on June 21st after an America drone was shot down. Moments after Trump’s cancellation of the attack, a Darroch memo complained that Trump was “incoherent and chaotic” and that Trump could fall into line once he was “surrounded by a more hawkish group of advisers… Just one more Iranian attack somewhere in the region could trigger yet another Trump U-turn.”

Only two weeks after sending this cable, Britain orchestrated a crisis by seizing an Iranian ship on July 5th which snowballed into an Iranian seizure of a British tanker and greater danger of confrontation amongst the NATO axis and Iran.

The biggest confusion spread by the controllers of “officially accepted narratives” when assessing such things as 9-11, regime change wars, or the current debacle in Iran is located in a sleight of hand that asserts that America leads the British in the Special relationship. This belief in an “American empire” betrays a profound misunderstanding of history.

The Fallacious History of US-British “Friendship”

For much of the 19th century, Americans generally had a better understanding of their anti-colonial origins than many do today. Even though the last official war fought between Britain and America was in 1812-15, the British failure to destroy America militarily caused British foreign policy to re-focus its efforts on undermining America from within… generally through the dual infestation of British-sponsored ideologies contaminating the American school system on the one hand and British banking practices of Wall Street’s ruling class on the other. This attack from within required more patience, but was more successful and led to the near collapse of America in 1860 when Lord Palmerston quickly recognized the Southern slave power’s call for independence from the Union. Britain’s covert military support for the Confederate cause was exposed by the end of that war and led to Britain’s payment of $15 million settlement to America as part of the Alabama Claims in 1872.

As the informative 2010 Lpac documentary “The Special Relationship is for Traitors” showcased, during the early 20th century leading American military figures like Brig. General Billy Mitchell understood Britain’s role in supporting the Confederacy and Britain’s manipulation of global wars. General Mitchell fought against the “special relationship” tooth and nail and led the military to create “War Plan Red and War Plan Orange” to defeat Britain under the context of an eventual war between the English-speaking powers. These plans were made US military doctrine in 1930 and were only taken off the books when America decided it was more important to put down London’s Fascist Frankenstein threat than fight Britain head on in WWII.

The Rhodes Scholars Take Over

Before the “Churchill gang” (that Stalin accused of poisoning FDR) could take control of America, Franklin Roosevelt described his understanding of the British influence over the US State Department when he told his son: “You know, any number of times the men in the State Department have tried to conceal messages to me, delay them, hold them up somehow, just because some of those career diplomats over there aren’t in accord with what they know I think. They should be working for Winston. As a matter of fact, a lot of the time, they are [working for Churchill]. Stop to think of ’em: any number of ’em are convinced that the way for America to conduct its foreign policy is to find out what the British are doing and then copy that!” I was told… six years ago, to clean out that State Department. It’s like the British Foreign Office….”

With FDR’s death, these British operatives took over American foreign policy and wiped out the remaining pro-American forces in the State Department, disbanding the OSS and reconstituting America’s intelligence services as the MI6-modelled CIA in 1948.

In 1951, the Chicago Tribune published a incredible series of exposes by journalist William Fulton documenting the cancerous penetration of hundreds of Oxford Trained Rhodes Scholars who had taken over American foreign policy and were directing America into a third world war. On July 14, 1951 Fulton wrote: “Key positions in the United States department of state are held by a network of American Rhodes scholars. Rhodes scholars are men who obtained supplemental education and indoctrination at Oxford University in England with the bills paid by the estate of Cecil John Rhodes, British empire builder. Rhodes wrote about his ambition to cause “the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British empire.” The late diamond and gold mining tycoon aimed at a world federation dominated by Anglo-Saxons.”

Sir Kissinger Opens the Floodgates

A star pupil of William Yandall Elliot (a leading Rhodes Scholar based out of Harvard) was a young misanthropic German named Henry Kissinger.

A decade before becoming a Knight of the British Empire, Kissinger gave a remarkable speech at a May 1981 event on British-American relations at London’s Royal Institute for International Affairs. At this event Kissinger described the opposing world views of Churchill vs. Roosevelt, gushing that he much preferred the post-war view of Churchill. He then described his time working for the British Foreign Office as Secretary of State saying: “The British were so matter-of-factly helpful that they became a participant in internal American deliberations, to a degree probably never practiced between sovereign nations… In my White House incarnation then, I kept the British Foreign Office better informed and more closely engaged than I did the American State Department… It was symptomatic”.

As Kissinger spoke these words, another anglophile traitor was being installed as Vice-President of America. George Bush Sr. was not only the son of a Nazi-funding Wall Street tool and former director of the CIA, but was also made a Knight of the Grand Cross and Order of Bath by Queen Elizabeth in 1993. The most disasterous foreign policies enacted under Reagan’s leadership during the 1980s can be traced directly back to these two figures.

The Potential Revival of the ‘Real’ America

Think what you may of Donald Trump. The fact is, that he has not started any wars which a Jeb or Hillary were happy to launch. He has reversed a regime change program active since 9/11. He has fought to put America into a cooperative position with Russia. He has undone decades of WTO/City of London free trade. He has called for rebuilding productive industries following through by reviving the protective tariff. To top it off, he has been at war with the British-directed deep state for over three years and survived. Now that Bolton has been outed as an ally of Sir Darroch, there is an open acknowledgement that Trump is gearing up to replace the neocon traitor as we speak. Trump has many problems but being a British asset is not one of them.

If you’ve made it this far, you shouldn’t be surprised that the collapse of the special relationship is a very good thing, since America now has a real opportunity to rediscover its true anti-imperial nature by working with Russia, China, India and other nations under the new cooperative framework of space exploration and the Belt and Road Initiative.


BIO: Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review and the Rising Tide Foundation. He has published the report “The Time has Come for Canada to Join the New Silk Road” and three volumes of the Untold History of Canada (available on untoldhistory.canadianpatriot.org). He can be reached at [email protected].

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Isabella
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Isabella

Oh God. Once again, it’s not America’s fault. Nothing is, is it?? No matter all the stinking things they’ve been demonstrated to have done over years, since the first Mayflower Mob started in on the residents of the Land of Native Peoples, it’s never ever their fault. This filters down. I live as an expat in a country with lots of America expats. The vitriol and exclusion I get from them once they realise I’m British – albeit not an Anglo “English” but Cymraeg, is instantaneous, and linked to the fact that I am, personally apparently, directly responsible for the… Read more »

Hawaiiguy
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Hawaiiguy

I thought it was a fresh look at an old relationship, certainly makes undisputed connections that should warrant future research. And what’s wrong with having a bit more knowledge of how the inner circle works? I think it’s a history worth knowing.

TEP
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TEP

Interesting article, and much food for thought. I guess one clear signal of Trump’s “not being a British asset” will be how favourable or otherwise the Trade Deal turns out to be between the US & UK following Brexit ….. I have a feeling it will be exceptionally unfavourable for Bo Jo.

The Economist
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The Economist

It’ll be an excellent trade deal. Trump will export soybean burgers to the UK and BoJo will export golf clubs to the US. (do they still make golf clubs?) Can’t think of anything else. Can someone add anything? Anything at all.

I know, I know
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I know, I know

Lestyn, 50 – has the answer

Q: What was the last thing you bought that you know was made in the UK?

A: A pint of Fuller’s.

DGSE
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DGSE

Hey Eco
You mean ‘Orangeman’ Trumplestein will export “soy-bois” to the UK, in return the UK will export “communism” to the US.
No, the Brits do not make golf clubs.
The last time I checked the only thing the Brits (English) “made” were anti-Human, demonic, violent, sodomite, child raping-killing, Orwellian political “Death Cult” systems.
Cheers

DGSE
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DGSE

Join the discussion… Hi TEP…
While he may not be a “British asset” (of course he is ) he is a definite Vatican asset.
He is playing his part beautifully.

Cheers

Sally Snyder
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Sally Snyder

If we really want to know who is interfering in the world’s politics, particularly in Russia, we need look no further than this:

https://viableopposition.blogspot.com/2019/06/the-national-endowment-for-democracy.html

American-style bought-and-paid-for democracy is not what the world needs.

Tom Welsh
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Tom Welsh

If the author does not know that the proper title is “Sir Kim” and not “Sir Darroch”, he obviously doesn’t know enough about the British establishment for his views to be worth reading.

That’s a ludicrous schoolboy blunder.

Matthew Ehret
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Perhaps the author is an actually rational human being who doesn’t give a sh-t about hereditary titles.

Monty
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Monty

Hereditary? Last I heard, the UK was readily conferring sirdom to ham sandwiches that didn’t carry swine fever.

Jim Bunch
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Jim Bunch

Can you still get a ham sandwich in Londonistan?😒

Buhaha
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Buhaha

If you don’t give a sh-t then why do you use the title so many times? Once they have been admitted to an order, they were entitled to use the title. If you don’t like it, mark your position by using quotation marks (or in any other way of your choice) one time and your opinion about this title-mania will become known to the world at large–no need to repeat it over and over again, and repeatedly making the same error (putting “sir” before the surname). The “sir” is not necessarily hereditary entitlement, either.

Thoroughly Amused
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Thoroughly Amused

As if the world cares about British pretense.

ManintheMoon
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ManintheMoon

An extraordinarily ignorant take on the ‘special relationship’. The reality is that Blair was controlling Bush is ludicrous – or indeed that Britain has been anything but a poodle of the United States for a long time is utterly silly. The awful Darroch and his ilk were not trying to intervene in US politics on their own initiative – the idea that a creep crawly like Darroch has a mind of his own is risible – but were obediently following order from the American deep state and those that control it). It is Britain that has been most damaged by… Read more »

Helen B
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Helen B

… and wars long before 9/11 … in fact if we consider the originators of “Israel”, back to the Civil War and possibly beyond.
No argument about the Rhodes Scholars though. If you scroll through the alumni, and then see what they have done all over the globe, there’s definitely a pattern.

Man on a mission to Mars
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Man on a mission to Mars

Of course Blair was controlling Bush. The evidence that Bush was Blair’s knee-puppet was that whenever Blair wasn’t around, Bush became so tongue-tied that he needed a full-time team of MIT grads to unravel his blather.

Dubya Bubya Gum
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Dubya Bubya Gum

Oh Tony, your support of genocidal, narco-mafia sex-slave and organ trading freedom fighters is so eloquent and flowery. How could I not fall in love with such sweet-smelling bile? Besides, Billy Bubya luvs y’a too and I luv Billy Bubya.

Thraxite
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Thraxite

Whilst I do agree that the hidden hand of Britain can be found influencing the US government, the USG is a willing accomplice not a victim. As Isabella says, it’s never Amercias’ fault.

Tsigantes
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Tsigantes

No regime changes or regime change efforts under Trump? Macedonia, Armenia, Uigher China, Moldova, Venezuala, Hong Kong, Istanbul…none of this happened / is happening?

Guy
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Guy

Not a Trump fan but to be fair ,do you really think that Trump is in charge ? Where have you been in the last 3 years of Russiagate ?
Just saying.
Cheers.

Jaded beyond Salvation
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Jaded beyond Salvation

Of late, I’ve come to liken the US/UK ‘special relationship’ as ‘satanic synergy’. It has a nice ring to it. Very a-peal-ing.

Mark B
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Mark B

Wow, have my eyes been opened. I had no clue. Unfortunately history, and even more so political history, is not my forte. Thanks to The Duran for the schooling.

Hawaiiguy
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Hawaiiguy

Well that was seriously enlightening, so much that I’ll have to research further into the rabbit hole. Thank you for this kick start.

Russiagate as Looking Glass
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Russiagate as Looking Glass

Delving further into the rabbit hole will only bring you face to face with the Mad Hatter and the rest of Alice’s playmates. It’s no mistake that Lewis Carroll was a Brit. It’s lesser known that he was describing British governing class genetic foibles in Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Yet his warnings went unheeded and look where we are today.

Nicholas Hazen
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Nicholas Hazen

As I said to Peter Lavelle, “the Brit tail wags the Yankee dog.”

DannyC
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DannyC

They wanted to sabotage Trump because he ran against globalism and the continuation of wars in the Middle East. But its very naïve to think that the vast majority of this government, and the oligarchs here don’t want the very same wars for profit. The British just happen to be for it as well. they by no means pull the strings or are the ones responsible for the stupidity and corruption plaguing the US

DGSE
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DGSE

Olly crap…someone actually ‘has a clue’ on what is going on. In regards to US-UK relations. – Actually the psychopathic “City of London” has ALWAYS owned “The Virginia Company” aka “The United States of America”. The rest is just bloody, violent anti-Human “Hegelian Dialect” insanity. All that is happening here, besides the ongoing world-wide Psy-Op, is Corporate/Politico “Crime Families” attacking each for a few extra shekels before their ‘time of stage’ ends. PM’s, Presidents and Dictators have actually NO POWER and do EXACTLY as they are told/instructed/Ordered. The “System” (via the ‘conditioning/programing-media0 will then instruct the serfs/proles/slaves “what the President… Read more »

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