Should Trump Launch Missile Strikes on England and Australia?

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

I say this in jest, but I believe my logic is sound.  You decide.

Would you agree with me that any country which interferes in our democracy should fear not just economic sanctions, but military action as well?

Okay, talk among yourselves for a minute.

It looks like we have a general consensus that, yes, any country which interferes with our great American democracy should face the gravest possible consequences.

Let me lay the groundwork for my argument.

You may not know of something called theFive Eyes which stands for the intelligence services of the United States, England, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.  These agencies collaborate and share information.

Now in the west we have a historical aversion to governments spying on their own people.  Many claim that the Five Eyes have an agreement to spy on the citizens of their allies, then turn the information over to that government.

That way every government can “deny” they spy on their own citizens, but yet through the intervention of some magical flying unicorn who arrives on a rainbow, they miraculously have all the information.  (Do I sound cynical?)  What could ever go wrong with such an arrangement?

Well, according to “Q”…

The governments of England and Australia spied on the Trump campaign, then turned over that information to the Obama administration in the days before the election of November 2016.

And let’s not forget that the “Russian dossier” on Trump, created by the former British spy, Christopher Steele.  How would England feel if a “former CIA spy” put together a similar “dossier” on one of their candidates for Prime Minister?

I imagine the journalists of Fleet Street would smell a rat.

What makes more sense to you?  That the nations of Britain and Australia wanted another Clinton presidency, rather than a Trump presidency?  Or do you think Russia really cared who was the American President?

I think this might be the greatest example of British outrage since they burned the White House in the War of 1812.

I think this might be the greatest example of Australian outrage since they banned me in August of 2017.

If we can bomb Syria for an “alleged” chemical weapons attack on their own people, we can certainly carry out a precise and limited missile strike on Britain and Australia for an “alleged” attack on our democracy.

I’m not talking about boots on the ground in any of these countries.  Who knows what disruption that might cause in Britain and Australia as those women fall madly in love with our manly American troops?

Do we really want our American troops returning with British and Australian war brides, contaminating our culture?  I know the British are supposed to be smart, with their Oxford and Cambridge Universities, but why do they get so many words wrong?  Why do they call a “trunk” a “boot?”  Can’t they speak English?

And don’t even get me started on the Australians!  Do we really want their women coming over here and confusing our women when they get mad at them and call them “Sheilas?”  We might be looking at massive civil unrest.

You see, it’s all about bad planning.

If you let people secretly spy on each other, bad things are going to happen.

If you let entire industries, like say the pharmaceutical industry have complete immunity for harm caused by their products as happened with the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, you’re going to get the autism epidemic, as well as many other health problems.

Isn’t this what you would expect to result from such lunatic policies?

Is it a shock that England kicked out Dr. Andrew Wakefield, the researcher who had the guts to raise the vaccine-autism question?

Is it a surprise what Australia has done to their anti-vaxx community, including banning ME from Australia for three years because I simply wanted to come and speak about the subject?

Q, I love you, but you need to do a little more research on vaccines.  So far, you’ve only said that “some” vaccines are bad.  I know you’ve been fighting the cabal and the globalists, but you should probably pick up my book, INOCULATED: How Science Lost its Soul in Autism, to see how terrible things really are.  After you read it you should call me and we’ll do lunch to talk about this further.

I say we need missile strikes by the end of the week.  We will do our best to avoid civilian casualties.

Yes, I am a master geo-political strategist and should be made National Security Advisor.  Not only am I good-looking, smart, and funny, but I don’t have a big, annoying mustache on my face.

And best of all, I don’t need the be confirmed by the US Senate to take the job.  President Trump, I’ll be waiting by the phone.

P.S. – Did you know that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein’s sister, Dr. Nancy Messonnier is director of the National Center for Immunization at the Centers for Disease Control?

If we have any missiles left over after striking England and Australia, I have a couple of suggestions for where they might be aimed.

Like I said, I’m a master geo-political strategist.  Put me in charge and the pharma swamp will be drained in six months.

By Kent Heckenlively, JD
plagueheckiKent’s book PLAGUE was released by Skyhorse Publishing in 2014 and is now available in paperback.  Skyhorse also publishes the work of Mo Yan, the 2012 recipient of the Nobel Prize in literature.

The book is co-authored with Judy Mikovits PhD.  It is an indictment of the “Fake Science” we find so prevalent in the US.

 

Kent Heckenlively is also the author of INOCULATED: How Science Lost its Soul in Autism, available on Amazon and at Barnes&Noble.com

 

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10 thoughts on “Should Trump Launch Missile Strikes on England and Australia?”

  1. “our great American democracy……” seriously? We have a Republic or WILL HAVE OUR REPUBLIC BACK if the plan is successful. Please, I love your writings and especially that you are following Q, but PLEASE, put the idea of America being a democracy back on the shelf of the cabal. We have been so lied to and dys – educated for so long.

  2. Kent, I appreciate your very humorous but pointed take on this subject. Speaking for myself, I pray often for “Q” and his/her team, believing they represent the best human hope for our country (Not delving into my faith perspective here). However, I also noticed the “some” qualifier in the Q post about the vaccines. I literally believe that any government that does not put a DEAD STOP to all compulsory vaccination schemes is not worthy of existence. To my sadness today’s WSJ has a story about the collapse of the Syrian health care system. What makes me the most sad? They are still attempting to vaccinate EVERY child!! I wonder a bit if “we the people” must stop this ourselves and how that can be accomplished with the least harm.

  3. QUOTE: “Would you agree with me that any country which interferes in our democracy should fear not just economic sanctions, but military action as well?”

    Absolutely, and on that basis, I would like to nominate the USA to be the recipient of the first volley of missiles from the rest of the world, but especially from those countries that have suffered the most from US foreign policy. You know, countries that were illegally invaded on false pretexts, torn apart, butchered, poisoned, droned, or subjected to regime change. Countries such as Iran, Korea, Dominican Republic, Cuba, DRC, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Greece, Chile, Cyprus, Italy, Lebanon, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Granada, Iraq, Libya, etc. etc. and ad nauseam.
    Or countries whose political leaders were either assassinated or had unsuccessful attempts made on their lives – such as Mossadegh, Trujillo, Castro, Makarios, Allende, Aldo Moro, Rahman, Diem, Lumumba, Aquino, Bhutto, just to name a few of those we know about. And that’s not even to mention the extra-judicial murders of 1000’s of innocents almost every year by the indiscriminate use of ‘drones’ across Asia and the Middle East. That’s right, good ol’ USA, the land of the free, and also the chief instigator and sponsor of worldwide terrorism since WWII. So what’s your beef Kent? Still smarting from getting your ass whipped by a small corner of SE Asia?
    Do you have any concept at all of how many countries you deemed it necessary to subvert in your own political interests? Not only does your hypocrisy beggar belief, but Ellen is spot on. You have no democracy that is worth the misery and destruction you visited on the rest of the world. A choice between two parties that are bought by the corporate and industrial-military complex, and are politically almost indistinguishable from each other, has nothing to do with democracy.
    Your political acumen is about as sharp as your ability to discern which country has been the greatest enemy of democracy for the best part of a century.

  4. I am with Ellen 100%. The founding fathers gave us a Republic, if we can keep it. We had it, it was taken from us, we want it back but we are having to fight to regain it. There is a lot wrong with this picture, and much of what is wrong is that lawyers call this government a democracy.

  5. Alexis Keiser says: April 18, 2018 at 11:31 am

    Its the same story after every conflict or natural catastrophic event.
    Don’t bother with food, water or shelter to “save the children”.
    Just get in the vaccinations (exterminations I say) under the guise of the false charities (doctors without borders my foot , doctors without conscience more like ! )

  6. Costas:

    Did I miss something? Or are you humor-impaired?

    Australia REFUSES to let me talk about an issue and that qualifies as them beating me? They prevent Australians from talking about an issue and that’s a victory?

    Sounds like fascism to me.

    Kent Heckenlively

  7. Kent,

    Perhaps a review of John Perkins’ book, “Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man,” is needed re your research into all things related to truth. The vaccine issue was my own personal gateway into delving into the mysteries of this world we inhabit.

    I completely concur with Costas’ remarks – wholeheartedly. Everything happening on this planet is connected; nothing is as it seems.

    You’ve learned a great deal as it relates to the medical fascist cartels on this planet, but my sense is that you are not yet connecting to the bigger picture.

    If you’ve not yet read Perkins’ book, I would politely suggest you consider doing so.

  8. @ Kent – Thanks for your response, which I did not expect. I must have touched a raw nerve somewhere to elicit your personal attention.

    To answer your question: no, I have not undergone a humour by-pass procedure. At least, not to my knowledge. I was well aware that your article was deliberately provocative and written with your tongue firmly planted in your cheek. Despite that, you still betray a failure to appreciate the irony implicit in your basic premise, whether articulated in jest or not. For example, there was not even so much as a hint in your diatribe of any awareness of your own history of interference in the affairs of other countries across the globe, let alone of the democratic deficit in your own system of governance. On that basis, I thought it only fair to remind you of the more serious aspect of the debate, and I do not believe that is necessarily indicative of an absence of humour.

    As for the allegations of fascism against our antipodean cousins and your mistreatment at their hands, I’m not sure I see their relevance to our little spat. Quite apart from which, for a citizen of what is for all practical purposes a police state in all but name, your allegations come across as a severe case of throwing stones while living inside a glass house – again. No doubt you will recoil in horror at that suggestion, but I can provide you with many convincing examples that illustrate the point. For the sake of brevity, I shall resist doing so – for now at least.

    @ Bayareamom: Thanks for the thumbs up mate. Appreciated. You are obviously well-informed, enlightened, intelligent and urbane to boot. It’s just a shame most of your confederates don’t share your fine qualities, assuming you are a guest of Uncle Sam.

  9. When dropping bombs on England may I respectfully request that you avoid North Devon.

    You might want to accede to the request of the poet John Betjeman who penned “Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough.”

    That would be cool..

  10. @ Jon – Agreed, as long as you twin Slough with the Pentagon, CIA & NSA HQ’s, NORAD, all mainland nuclear missile silos and naval harbours, and maybe West Point Military Academy thrown in for good measure.

    Fair exchange, I would have thought.

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