U.S. State Department Begins Effort To Undermine French Election and Utilize “The Vast Russian Conspiracy”

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The Last Refuge
February 10, 2017

Those who follow the messaging from within the unofficial news agency of the U.S. State Department, CNN or CNNi, might have noticed a report delivered by Wolf Blitzer yesterday claiming the Russians were set to influence another nationalist election victory, this time in France.

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With a vote coming in April, could French elections be targeted by the same Russian hackers accused of meddling in the US campaign?  (CNN LINK)

The entire proclamation by Blitzer, and the executive level CNN folks who put it together, was almost identical to the previous claims of a vast Russian conspiracy influencing the U.S. election and the victory of President Donald Trump.   The difference between November 2016 and today, is this time CNN is attempting to get out ahead of an election rather than responding to the outcome therein.

In essence, CNN -and by extension the progressive State Department officials remaining within the shadow deep state construct- is trying to influence the French Presidential Race.  Blaming the Russians in advance is an attempt to weaken Marine Le Pen.

But why would they do this, you might ask.  Well, those of you who have followed the historic research on the State Department might well remember the “Rivkin Project“.  The globalist agents who carry a vested interest are simply not willing to concede another loss in their decades long approach toward eliminating nationalist sentiment.

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The U.K. Brexit outcome and the success of President Donald Trump are two losses for the globalist sycophants; a loss in France would be the proverbial dam break.

Does all of this seem too conspiratorial to fathom on an international level?  If so, perhaps understanding the 2010 Rivkin project would provide context for the scope of these globalist interests.

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