Steve A. Stone
Letter to Donald Trump – 2 May 2022
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By Steve A. Stone
May 1, 2022

President Donald J. Trump
c/o Mar-a-Lago Club
1100 Ocean Blvd.
Palm Beach, FL 33480

Dear President Trump,

Itís been a while since I last wrote to you. Iíve been busy all that time, and I see you havenít slacked your pace a bit. Iím certain you havenít had a single moment to wonder where I got off to or if Iím still with you. Iím still here, and I am. I hear youíll be visiting my neighborhood this summer. Itíll be your third rally in Mobile if youíre able to get that event organized. I was with you in Cullman, and I hope to be with you here.

The one thing that continues to fascinate me is the obvious truth that the evil New World Order (NWO) cabal is in a bit of a panic over their continued lack of success in their efforts to bring the U.S. of A. to its knees. Their self-imposed deadlines were exceeded months ago and it seems theyíve made incremental progress at best. While Iím extremely pleased to take note of their continued failures and frustrations I have to admit my belief that our nation is but one fatal decision away from realizing their concept of success.

Soon we are to see a roll-out of the Biden administrationís plan to digitize our currency. According to data presented by the Atlantic Council, a functional arm of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese are testing their digital Yuan, while the Russians are just behind them in testing a digital Ruble. Twelve other nations also have active pilot programs, testing their potential to manage a fully digital economy. The U.S. lags behind a bit, but recent steps by the Fed and administration indicate they donít want to be left far behind. Iím certain the sales pitch for our own conversion to a fully digital economy will go something like, ďWe canít let the Chinese become the worldís economic leader, and the world is certain to become all-digital before 2030.Ē Of course, that is the plan, isnít it?

I watched outtakes from the World Government Summit, held last month in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Two things were starkly revealed there. One was the power and presence of the Arab Muslim nations in that forum. The other was their obvious push toward the all-digital economy and the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in reshaping the way humans live on the planet. As a nation of over 335 million people itís truly sad to realize not .5% of our population even knows of the World Government Summits or what theyíve been planning for us since being organized in 2013 by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Everyone in the world needs to understand what their mission statement of ďTo inspire and enable the next generation of governmentsĒ means to each and every living human. I like to think if they did we could act in concert and collectively shut down all the NWO efforts. But, thatís just my pipe dream.

Iím certain weíve ďprogressedĒ in the planetís social and technical development to the point the coming digital economy will receive a warm welcome and a hearty ďItís about time!Ē from the majority of its inhabitants. Itís likely most of those people wonít understand the depth of loss that will be suffered Ė a loss of almost all true freedom. Far too many young people today place almost no value on their personal freedom. They do whine when their identity is stolen, but within a short time, revert to the very habits that made that theft possible. Their embrace of the digital culture is habitual – an addiction that is almost impossible to cure. Itís mostly the older generations, those especially over 50, who will understand the depths of the compromises weíll be forced to make. We are the ones who will quickly realize that all privacy will have disappeared.

We already have seen the disappearance of privacy in communications. That was doomed the minute the National Security Agency fielded their THINTHREAD project in the mid-Ď90s. Today a safe bet is no communication is free from monitoring; no communication is 100% private. The same will soon be said for our finances. Our government already has given itself the authority to peer into all aspects of our finances, including our bank accounts, loans and loan histories, and all aspects of our credit transactions. Today there are only two areas that canít be detected, tracked, and analyzed with 100% fidelity Ė cash purchases and barter. Once we shift to the digital economy there will only be one left. People donít quite comprehend that very soon our government can know what food we eat, where we shop for doughnuts, how often we get our cars washed, and even the routes we normally take when we travel. For some people, those who no longer carry any cash on them at all, such things are already within our governmentís ability to know. Those of us who comprehend cash transactions as one of the last remnants of privacy know we are soon to enter the final phase of a complete totalitarian takeover.

The obviously slowed destruction of our country appears to be improving the odds that weíll see mid-term elections this year. As recently as two months ago I gave 50-50 odds on that event. Itís still far from a certainty. The forces arrayed against us obviously have a follow-on act to their wildly successful world-wide COVID scam. We donít know what it is yet, but weíre certain to soon see. I will be watching intently for any Event of National Significance that occurs after July. Any such event can easily be used as pretext for a declaration of a national emergency and/or invoking martial law. Either of those eventualities would be sufficient grounds to suspend the elections while the nation ďcopesĒ and ďrecoversĒ from whatever disaster is planned. Perhaps that scenario wonít materialize. But, because I know such things have been war-gamed, Iíll just keep watching.

The Democrat lapdogs of all those who wield true power have had great success in halting the forward progress of our economy. Of course, we are but one country on this planet, and our own experiences in economic slowdown, commodity shortages, supply-chain disruptions, and signs of impending food shortages are even worse in some other countries. We have plenty of reason to worry about the state of our traditional allies. We also need to worry that the leadership of those countries have largely been compromised and are bought-and-paid-for stooges of the NWO principals.

I recently did a bit of research on Archbishop Vigano. Heís quite a fellow, isnít he? I learned of the letters he wrote to you, detailing all his concerns. I didnít know until I did a bit of digging how many parallels in thought and comprehension I share with AB Vigano. He seems to have very well-formed and informed viewpoints on the situation in our world and whoís behind it. Last week I watched a video entitled ďThe Vigano Tapes,Ē which was presented as a lengthy, wide-ranging interview. I was struck by the similarity in the ways he and I view the state of the world, right down to some phrases we use in common. Some may say thatís just an echo-chamber effect, but I cannot see how that is possible. Regardless, it was a wonderful revelation to me to know he and I are so similar in our opinions, concerns, and outlook. Much of what he says is truly stunning because heís the one saying it. He says the same things Iíve been saying, and for almost the very same span of time, but Iím a nobody, whereas he has operated in the upper strata of the Vatican and has had access to knowledge I only guess at. While AB Vigano is dismissed as some kind of elderly crank by some in the Catholic Church, and as a near-heretic by the mainstream media, I find him to be remarkably credible. I hope youíve vetted him well and have come to a positive conclusion regarding his veracity and trustworthiness. I can assure you he speaks for an increasingly large segment of the Catholic population in our country and many others. (OBTW Ė in case you wonder, Iím not Catholic)

I want to shift my perspective a bit and compliment you on your continued presence on the national stage. You have people continuously guessing at your intentions in 2024. The mere fact that people do that has value in itself. It provides a safe umbrella for a lot of people who are working to make our nationís situation better. In a way, youíve become the ďshiny toyĒ of the conservative movement. As long as all eyes are tracking you and not paying close attention elsewhere, a lot can be accomplished that otherwise might not. Keep doing what youíre doing. Youíre having a great effect as a cheerleader in a time when we have little to cheer about. You bring hope and the promise of a better day to come in a time when it would be easy to despair. President Reagan taught us the power of positive expression from leaders, and itís a lesson we canít forget. You did the same thing in your own time in office, and are doing it even now. You are the candle flame in an otherwise darkened room. Burn on!

Allow me a remark about Elon Musk and his recent success in taking over Twitter. The remark is, ďLetís slow down a bit. We need to wait and see.Ē Elon Musk is no champion of conservatism. What his core beliefs are will become apparent over time. Heís bought himself into a new world where his decisions will affect the days of hundreds of millions. We wonít know for a while if heíll make good decisions or not. Will he truly favor free speech, or will he only invoke newly tailored constraints on Twitter users? We donít know. Itís not a time to celebrate, but to start watching and listening to every hint from Mr. Musk. Today Iím not certain Elon Musk knows exactly what Elon Musk intends to do when he completes his full takeover of Twitter. In the end, as with us all, he will become known by what he does, not what he says. Itís just too early to break open the champagne bottles.

Now, I wish to comment on the recent Disney flap. The Walt Disney Corporation went too far and the State of Florida finally took action. It was years in coming, and too late if you ask me. Disney tried to strong-arm the state. So far, it appears the state won, but Iím betting this saga is far from over. It appears to me to be one of many moves by Disney and other corporations. The multinational corporations have no respect for state or even national governments. They consider themselves to be superior. I would expect a move by Disney, but not Disney alone. My expectation is to see Disney acting in concert with other corporations in Florida to challenge the power and authority of the state. They understand the Great Reset and the coming New World Order paradigm is for the rise of corporate states and the eventual retirement of the present nation states. They will be back.

Allow me one final expression. I am force to admit that my natural inclination toward cynicism has become my daily mien. I donít see much to smile or laugh about anymore. Though I worked almost my entire adult life for the U.S. government in one capacity or another I now have no trust in it at all. I spent all my time in various capacities within the Department of The Navy and with the Coast Guard, but now find that I have no more trust for any part of the military than I do for the Internal Revenue Service or the Central Intelligence Agency. Today I preach to anyone who will listen that our government has turned on the people and all parts of it need to be viewed with great skepticism. I point to the proliferation of armed cadres within almost every agency of government. I lecture on the dangers of so many badge-wearing gun-toters on the loose. I now characterize our government as a police state that looks at average citizens with suspicion. That police state is steadily growing in power and scope. The revelation last week of the creation of the Disinformation Governance Board within the Department of Homeland Security should scare everyone silly. Even the mainstream media canít help but understand the parallel with George Orwellís creation, the Ministry of Truth, from his prophetic fiction, 1984. The proposed head of the Disinformation Board, Nina Jankowicz, is a well-documented propagator of the very kind of disinformation the board is supposed to ďgovern.Ē Or, do we just misunderstand completely? Is Nina Jankowicz actually destined to become our national Propaganda Minister, patterned after Herr Joe Goebbels?

I was raised to trust government. ďSomeĒ government, anyway. My father never trusted politicians. He considered politicians to be in one of two camps Ė thieves and liars, or eventual thieves and liars. He reasoned that any politician allowed to remain in office more than a couple of terms would eventually yield to all the offers waved in their face. He believed in real term limits, and taught me that I should vote against every incumbent in every election. The ďsomeĒ he trusted was the military. My father served in the Navy all but three days of WWII and for a year during the Korean War. He always believed in the patriotism of our military and couldnít conceive that it would ever aid and abet the political class if it should turn on the people. Iím sort of glad my father isnít here to see whatís going on today. He and I might exchange some harsh words regarding the trustworthiness of any part of our government, but I think I could convince him today is vastly different from any former time, and his love of the U.S. Military isnít returned. We are a vastly poorer nation as a result, and one where no one is truly safe.

I long for the day when I can write a happy letter to you – a letter filled with joy over the successes of our nation and its people. Today is not that day, but I still hold out hope that Iíll see that day and write that letter.

In Liberty,

Steve Stone
Grand Bay, AL

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Steve A. Stone

Steve A. Stone is and always will be a Texan, though he's lived outside that great state for all but 3 years since 1970, remembering it as it was, not as it is. He currently resides in Lower Alabama with a large herd of furry dependents, who all appear to be registered Democrats. Steve retired from the U.S. Coast Guard reserves in 2011, after serving over 22 years in uniform over the span of four decades. His service included duty on two U.S. Navy attack submarines, and one Navy and two U.S. Coast Guard Reserve Units. He is now retired after working as a senior civil servant for the U.S. Navy for over 31 years. Steve is a member of the Mobile County Republican Executive Committee and Common Sense Campaign, South Alabama's largest Tea Party. He is also a member of SUBVETS, Inc., and a life member of both the NRA and the Submarine League. In 2018, Steve created 671 Press LLC as his own marquee to publish his books under—he does it his way.

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