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End game for cabal as Nuremberg II tribunals loom
The Khazarian mafia faction that has been trying to start World War III and kill 90% of humanity is now on its last legs, multiple sources agree. The clearest sign of this was an executive order and a 636-page annex issued on March 1 by U.S. President Donald Trump and the Department of Defense that prepares the way for Nuremberg-style tribunals.
The essence of these orders was that all U.S. civilians shall be subject to military justice and that the military will be able to hire non-military legal experts to help with the upcoming tribunals, according to Pentagon sources. The following clause on page 2 of Annex 2 is of particular interest, in that it describes one exercise of military jurisdiction as: “A government temporarily governing the civil population within its territory or a portion of its territory through its military forces as necessity may require. (Martial law).”
Pentagon sources explain that, “Trump signed Executive Order 3/1 to amend the court martial manual to get civilian legal help and prepare the public for Nuremberg II military tribunals of the cabal before truth and reconciliation.” It appears that at least some mass murderers are not going to get away with just saying “sorry.”
The other big move by the Trump government last week was to fire the first salvoes of a trade war. The first blast was an announcement that the U.S. would be putting tariffs of 25% and 10%, respectively, on steel and aluminum imports.
This is strange to say the least, because the move mostly targets U.S. allies. Canada, which had a $7.7 billion trade deficit with the U.S. in 2017, accounts for 16% and 41%, respectively, of U.S. steel and aluminum imports. China, which had a $288 billion trade surplus with the U.S. in 2017, only accounts for 2% and less than 1%, respectively, of U.S. steel and aluminum imports. The other big victims of these planned tariffs are supposed allies like Japan, South Korea, and Brazil.
It is also clear that this move is not connected to the U.S. military. U.S. Defense Secretary James Mathis sent a letter to the Commerce Department noting that the U.S. military only uses 3% of U.S. steel and aluminum manufacturing capability, and that he was concerned about the move’s “negative impact on our key allies.”
On the surface, it seems the cowboys in the Trump Commerce Department are more eager to bully weak countries than to actually deal with the U.S. $800 billion a year trade deficit.
If the fight were really about trade, then the U.S. should have slapped tariffs on the $262 billion worth of electronic equipment and machinery it imports from China every year. The Commerce cowboys did not target China because they need to make sure China lends them more money to keep bankruptcy at bay.
The real reason for the Trump regime attack on Canada and other allies is...(Full report available Thursday. – OD)