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Kp Message 5-19-19… “A link or two about possible “happenings” about which I say, ‘Release all fear, and Stay in the Light’”

Well, I’ve been looking at these much of today (and thanks to Y who sent the first link below), and I almost didn’t do anything with them, but I am just now choosing to “do something” with them, with the Grand Caveat (warning) to, “Release all fear, and Stay in the Light“.

[And please note that I do not align with any “fear” or “doom and gloom” scenarios that any of these items may seem to promote.]

There are many aspects to the “deep state” and one of which is to use people crossing borders to do human trafficking, drug trafficking, body parts trafficking, etc. And I’m quite sure The Alliance and Donald J. Trump know well about this. So this idea of bringing in the “Insurrection Act” may be a tool to begin actually taking down key parts of the deep state, and it may very well lead to “chaotic (apparent) craziness” in parts of the U.S. Who knows.

Mark Taylor spoke about some of this at 9:20 of this video. There appears to be things being mentioned, one item at a time, that are leading up to some kind(s) of “stuff breaking loose”, whatever that means. There may be nothing of the sort happen. We shall see.

The Energies that we have been working with / moving recently (5-8-19 Kilauea mission; 5-14-19 Mauna Kea mission) has released a massive amount of energy into the planet. So we will likely see the effects of this coming out quite soon.

All I’ll say here is that, for myself, I always remain prepared for “stuff happening” and generally keep my own supplies and fuel for car, etc., stocked in a way I know I could last a couple weeks (months) or so in an emergency.

“Stay in the Light (baby)!!”

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BREAKING – The fight for America begins: Trump to invoke Insurrection Act that authorizes National Guard, military action inside U.S. borders (Natural News, 5-17-19)

“According to sources cited by The Daily Caller, President Trump is poised to invoke the Insurrection Act to fight for America’s survival against the ongoing invasion of illegals who are flooding the United States as a tactic to destroy the country from within…

“The Insurrection Act, passed by Congress in 1807, allows the president to deploy National Guard and U.S. military troops to combat “rebellion” against the United States of America. The Act has been invoked by other presidents to quell violent uprisings such as the L.A. Riots.

“As Stewart Rhodes from Oath Keepers has accurately described, the illegal immigration is designed to import terror cells who plan to carry out a “Tet Offensive” inside the United States, once activated by enemies and traitors who are literally seeking the complete destruction of America.”

Video available here: http://brighteon.com/6038177681001

Trump Plans to Invoke Insurrection Act to Boot Illegal Immigrants (Daily Caller, 5-16-19)

“According to multiple senior administration officials, the president intends to invoke the “tremendous powers” of the act to remove illegal immigrants from the country. “We’re doing the Insurrection Act,” one official said.

“In addition to the Insurrection Act, the president is also considering declaring the country full and insisting that the U.S. can no longer handle the massive influx of illegal immigrants. 2019 is currently on pace to reach the highest levels of illegal immigration in a decade.”

@realDonaldTrump Tweet, 5-17-19

“All people that are illegally coming into the United States now will be removed from our Country at a later date as we build up our removal forces and as the laws are changed. Please do not make yourselves too comfortable, you will be leaving soon!”

iPOT VIDEO 1-16-19… “Q Anon/News – Bread From the Baker” (and the complete text of the article, “I’m a Senior Trump Official, and I Hope a Long Shutdown Smokes Out the Resistance”)

Holy crap! First off, the video starts out with great music, a dancing chimp and a dancing rabbit. Then he goes right in to a Daily Caller opinion article by a “Senior Trump official” and reads the whole thing. To myself, it really strongly pointed out how deep the entrenched (and most likely, for the most part, unnecessary) bureaucracy is. And, of course, it may be related to one of the mechanisms by which the “deep state” controls its narratives, and keeps constructive change from happening.

So have some fun with this. Even if you just replay the dancing chimp and rabbit over and over while you read the article (posted in full below the video).
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https://youtu.be/B3r5oZiF8LI

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Highlights from the article…

“Federal employees are starting to feel the strain of the shutdown. I am one of them. But for the sake of our nation, I hope it lasts a very long time, till the government is changed and can never return to its previous form. The lapse in appropriations is more than a battle over a wall. It is an opportunity to strip wasteful government agencies for good.

“On an average day, roughly 15 percent of the employees around me are exceptional patriots serving their country… But 80 percent feel no pressure to produce results. If they don’t feel like doing what they are told, they don’t… We can’t fire them… some [work] in the same position for more than a decade

“Due to the lack of funding, many federal agencies are now operating more effectively from the top down on a fraction of their workforce, with only select essential personnel serving national security tasks… [In contrast] The nature of a big administrative bureaucracy is to grow to serve itself. I watch it and fight it daily.

“Many government agencies have adopted the position that more complaints are good because it shows inclusion in, you guessed it, the process. When complaints come, it is cheaper to pay them off than to hold public servants accountable. The result: People accused of serious offenses are not charged, and self-proclaimed victims are paid by you, the American taxpayer.

“…President Trump can end this abuse. Senior officials can reprioritize during an extended shutdown, focus on valuable results and weed out the saboteurs. We do not want most employees to return, because we are working better without them.

“President Trump has created more jobs in the private sector than the furloughed federal workforce. Now that we are shut down, not only are we identifying and eliminating much of the sabotage and waste, but we are finally working on the president’s agenda.

“The president’s instincts are right. Most Americans will not miss non-essential government functions. A referendum to end government plunder must happen.”

I’m a Senior Trump Official, and I Hope a Long Shutdown Smokes Out the Resistance
Senior Trump Official | Contributor… 10:00 AM 01/14/2019 | Opinion

The Daily Caller is taking the rare step of publishing this anonymous op-ed at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose career would be jeopardized by its disclosure. We believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to deliver an important perspective to our readers. We invite you to submit a question about the essay or our vetting process here.

As one of the senior officials working without a paycheck, a few words of advice for the president’s next move at shuttered government agencies: lock the doors, sell the furniture, and cut them down.

Federal employees are starting to feel the strain of the shutdown. I am one of them. But for the sake of our nation, I hope it lasts a very long time, till the government is changed and can never return to its previous form.

The lapse in appropriations is more than a battle over a wall. It is an opportunity to strip wasteful government agencies for good.

On an average day, roughly 15 percent of the employees around me are exceptional patriots serving their country. I wish I could give competitive salaries to them and no one else. But 80 percent feel no pressure to produce results. If they don’t feel like doing what they are told, they don’t.

Why would they? We can’t fire them. They avoid attention, plan their weekend, schedule vacation, their second job, their next position — some do this in the same position for more than a decade…

They do nothing that warrants punishment and nothing of external value. That is their workday: errands for the sake of errands — administering, refining, following and collaborating on process. “Process is your friend” is what delusional civil servants tell themselves. Even senior officials must gain approval from every rank across their department, other agencies and work units for basic administrative chores.

Process is what we serve, process keeps us safe, process is our core value. It takes a lot of people to maintain the process. Process provides jobs. In fact, there are process experts and certified process managers who protect the process. Then there are the 5 percent with moxie (career managers). At any given time they can change, clarify or add to the process — even to distort or block policy counsel for the president.

Saboteurs peddling opinion as research, tasking their staff on pet projects or pitching wasteful grants to their friends. Most of my career colleagues actively work against the president’s agenda. This means I typically spend about 15 percent of my time on the president’s agenda and 85 percent of my time trying to stop sabotage, and we have no power to get rid of them. Until the shutdown…

Due to the lack of funding, many federal agencies are now operating more effectively from the top down on a fraction of their workforce, with only select essential personnel serving national security tasks. One might think this is how government should function, but bureaucracies operate from the bottom up — a collective of self-generated ideas. Ideas become initiatives, formalize into offices, they seek funds from Congress and become bureaus or sub-agencies, and maybe one day grow to be their own independent agency, like ours. The nature of a big administrative bureaucracy is to grow to serve itself. I watch it and fight it daily.

When the agency is full, employees held liable for poor performance respond with threats, lawsuits, complaints and process in at least a dozen offices, taking years of mounting paperwork with no fear of accountability, extending their careers, while no real work is done. Do we succumb to such extortion? Yes. We pay them settlements, we waive bad reviews, and we promote them.

Many government agencies have adopted the position that more complaints are good because it shows inclusion in, you guessed it, the process. When complaints come, it is cheaper to pay them off than to hold public servants accountable. The result: People accused of serious offenses are not charged, and self-proclaimed victims are paid by you, the American taxpayer.

The message to federal supervisors is clear. Maintain the status quo, or face allegations. Many federal employees truly believe that doing tasks more efficiently and cutting out waste, by closing troubled programs instead of expanding them, “is morally wrong,” as one cried to me.

I get it. These are their pets. It is tough to put them down and let go, and many resist. This phenomenon was best summed up by a colleague who said, “The goal in government is to do nothing. If you try to get things done, that’s when you will run into trouble.”

But President Trump can end this abuse. Senior officials can reprioritize during an extended shutdown, focus on valuable results and weed out the saboteurs. We do not want most employees to return, because we are working better without them. Sure, we empathize with families making tough financial decisions, like mine, and just like private citizens who have to find other work and bring competitive value every day, while paying more than a third of their salary in federal taxes.

President Trump has created more jobs in the private sector than the furloughed federal workforce. Now that we are shut down, not only are we identifying and eliminating much of the sabotage and waste, but we are finally working on the president’s agenda.

President Trump does not need Congress to address the border emergency, and yes, it is an emergency. Billions upon billions of hard-earned tax dollars are still being dumped into foreign aid programs every year that do nothing for America’s interest or national security. The president does not need congressional funding to deconstruct abusive agencies who work against his agenda. This is a chance to effect real change, and his leverage grows stronger every day the shutdown lasts.

The president should add to his demands, including a vote on all of his political nominees in the Senate. Send the career appointees back. Many are in the 5 percent of saboteurs and resistance leaders….

A word of caution: To be a victory, this shutdown must be different than those of the past and should achieve lasting disruption with two major changes, or it will hurt the president.

The first thing we need out of this is better security, particularly at the southern border. Our founders envisioned a free market night watchman state, not the bungled bloated bureaucracy our government has become. But we have to keep the uniformed officers paid, which is an emergency. Ideally, continue a resolution to pay the essential employees only, if they are truly working on national security. Furloughed employees should find other work, never return and not be paid.

Secondly, we need savings for taxpayers. If this fight is merely rhetorical bickering with Nancy Pelosi, we all lose, especially the president. But if it proves that government is better when smaller, focusing only on essential functions that serve Americans, then President Trump will achieve something great that Reagan was only bold enough to dream.

The president’s instincts are right. Most Americans will not miss non-essential government functions. A referendum to end government plunder must happen. Wasteful government agencies are fighting for relevance but they will lose. Now is the time to deliver historic change by cutting them down forever.

The author is a senior official in the Trump administration.


The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author and do not reflect the official position of The Daily Caller.