Secret Society in the Justice Department?
Source: The Technocratic Tyranny
By Vicky Davis • January 25, 2018
A couple of days ago on ZeroHedge, Tyler Durden reported on a Fox News interview with Rep. Trey Gowdy (SC) and John Ratcliffe (TX) in which it was mentioned that a secret society may be operating within the Justice Department. He had a clip of the Fox News segment that includes only the reference to a Secret Society. The full interview is on Youtube.
Congressional investigators learned from a new batch of text messages between anti-Trump FBI investigators that a “secret society of folks” within the Department of Justice and the FBI may have come together in the “immediate aftermath” of the 2016 election to undermine President Trump, according to Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) who has reviewed the texts.
Obviously, ferreting out a secret society is a difficult task because it’s secret. One must either find somebody to break their oath of secrecy or define it by the characteristics within the context in which it is referenced and then narrow the options through deductive reasoning. As it happens, I have a little bit of a head start on this because in the spring of 2016, it was revealed that there was a secret society operating in Idaho and it came up within the context of replacing members of the Idaho legislature. The name of the project that the secret society was promoting was the Prosperity Project.
As you can see in the article, I defined the context in which the reference was made along with the activity that was occurring in Bonneville County at the time. I used it as an opportunity to talk about the system of economic development which is the Trojan horse in rural America. I mentioned the Tammany Society aka the Columbian Order that operated in New York City for many decades because there are parallels between strategies used to build a political power base by the corrupt politicians of Tammany Hall and the economic development system that seeks to bring in foreign direct investment and with it, foreign occupation – changing the character and political power structure of the west.
In April of last year, a friend of mine in Oklahoma contacted me about a proposal that was being made to the Oklahoma legislature concerning Prosperity Districts. The name of the man who was making the proposal and who also provided the legislation to the Oklahoma Legislature for an interstate compact between Arizona and Oklahoma was Shanker Singham. Shanker Singham is a member of the Bretton Woods Committee. Bretton Woods, New Hampshire (now you know why New Hampshire is always the first stop on a run for the presidency) was the location where the agreements for the international financial system were negotiated and written.
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