Tillerson & the Kremlin, It all Makes Sense Now | Perspective


Learning the critical missing piece of the State Department puzzle – the State Department under Rex Tillerson, that is – everything finally fell into place. Up until today, Mach 6, 2018, nothing made sense.

It reminds me of the famous Shel Silverstein quote: “It was missing a piece. And it was not happy. So it set off in search of its missing piece. And as it rolled it sang this song:

‘Oh I’m lookin’ for my missin’ piece,
I’m lookin’ for my missin’ piece,
Here I go,
Lookin’ for my missin’ piece.”

We’ve all been worried for months about the strange, illogical breach of protocol at the State Department under Tillerson.

  • 32 Countries without U.S. ambassadors
  • high pay grade Foreign Service Officers being tasked to do low level data entry
  • 8% cut in State Department while global conflict is reaching a modern era all-time high
  • slashing the number of special envoys by 50%
  • refusal to use any of the $120 million slated for the State Department to curb Russian interference

This frightening list continues to an alarming degree, leaving us with a dark sense of foreboding that has raged now for many months. The nagging feeling that Tillerson is undermining the United States abroad and that one day soon lives will be lost because of the obvious lack of protection. So why is all this happening?




Jane Mayer of the New Yorker, in a stunning article published Monday March 5, 2018, revealed that the Kremlin intervened to stop Trump’s initial choice for Secretary of State, Mitt Romney (strong anti-Russia candidate), and encouraged a pick that would be more sympathetic toward Russian interests.

Reading this stunning statement, everything made sense. The proverbial missing piece. (There’s nothing that will make me not believe this to be fact. Tillerson has been “showing” this in everything he says and does since the very beginning.)

So now? Tillerson clearly needs to be removed. And the State department restored to it’s former glory. Oh, and the $120 million earmarked for blocking Russian interference… put to immediate good use.

Again, immediately. Lives are at stake.

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Russian Interference | Perspective


All the U.S. Intelligence Agencies determined conclusively that Russia interfered with the U.S. 2016 Presidential Election for the purpose of electing Donald Trump and undermining Hillary Clinton.

There have been numerous news stories over the past 12 months identifying the methods the Russians used to “influence” U.S. voters. Fake news. Trolls. Social media ads. Fake social media accounts….all targeting ignorance and our willingness to believe what we hear or read without questioning what’s being said or written.

The Intelligence Community has been sounding the alarm about nothing being done to deter Russia from meddling again. In fact, we’ve been told point blank that Russia will definitely continue trying to influence us, and that we should be on the look out.

Trump refuses to acknowledge Russia’s interference. Congress hasn’t initiated a counter strategy. And Homeland Security isn’t advising on a battle plan for U.S. citizens. So I guess we have to look out for each other and create our own counter-Russian influence plan.

  • Russian trolls are EVERYWHERE. They seem like GOP trolls or Trump trolls and very well may be, but many are Russian.


  • Moscow is 8 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time, although not all Russian trolls are in Moscow. But bottom-line, any posts you see on a Sunday morning (for example) that’s stamped at 4:00am ET is 99.9% likely to be from a foreign country.


  • The new troll isn’t as aggressive and belligerent as they were at the beginning of the year, but they are subtly trying to influence our opinions by weaving half truths through their lies.


  • Half truths are the most dangerous kind of subliminal pressure used to try and influence our beliefs. They dramatically increase the likelihood we’ll believe a lie. The fact that the Russian intelligence community, governed by Putin an autocrat, has an army of loyal agents diligently clicking away on their computers, trying to act like Texans (or some other region of the country), lining a news comment or FB post with a half truth is alarming.


  • An example: Putin is an autocrat. A tyrant. So Russia is an autocracy. To influence the world into believing this is a great system, Putin/Russia calls it “managed democracy.” Managed democracy doesn’t seem so bad, does it? And yet a an autocracy and a tyrant are the most oppressive form of government, the polar opposite of USA.

Let’s all keep each other informed about what we see and hear so we can stay protected.


Vice President Mike Pence cast 6 tiebreaking votes this first year in office. A record!

In 2018 there’ll be one less red senator and one more blue. This may mean an end to Pence’s roll in swinging votes.

Sadly, enough damage has already been done. The following consumer protection has now been wiped away:

“The Senate voted to nullify a consumer-oriented rule that would let millions of Americans band together to sue their banks or credit card companies….The rule exposed banks to large class-action lawsuits. Supporters say that possibility would help ensure banks, credit card companies and other lenders treat consumers appropriately.”


Alabama’s Roy Moore filed an election complaint on Wednesday December 27, 2017 trying to block Jones from taking over Sessions’ senate seat following his victory on December 12. Moore’s rationale? Voter fraud.

When asked about the fraud, Moore explained “more voters voted than in past elections.”

Moore’s complaint was thrown out and Jones’ victory was certified.

What’s so alarming is the election revealed how Moore thinks. An obviously twisted mind. Yet, he was a prosecutor and a judge?! 😳


EPA Director Scott Pruitt is determined to dismantle the environmental protections that save lives and preserves our DNA.

He’s now brought in a friend who was banned from banking for life to “streamline the Superfund program.”

“The appointment was notable in that Kelly would become a senior adviser in the federal environmental agency despite having no previous experience with environmental issues.” – Sharon Lerner

Ill-conceived choices like Albert Kelly impact consumer health and cause deaths.



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