Thursday, June 2, 2016

They Want Trump to be Elected

I have considered that there are some / many of the elite who want Trump elected.  One big reason I have believed this is that they find that their US tool has grown too big for its britches and may be sending the world to total destruction.  Trump, despite tremendous inconsistencies, has been reasonably decent on this topic – especially when it comes to dealing with nuclear-armed Russia.

Then we see no matter what Trump says or who he mocks and ridicules, he not only survives but thrives.  Any other candidate would have been tarred and feathered by the media.

And we see that every time some establishment mouthpiece yaps about how dangerous or unqualified Trump is, his support only grows.

And today, this:

Former President Bill Clinton told a New Jersey crowd Wednesday that non-college educated whites “need to be brought along to the future.”

Bill Clinton just ensured that 70% of white Americans will now vote for Trump.


  1. What's interesting to me is that the more Trump challenges PC narrative or outright trashes it, the more the media reacts - and this reaction seems to give him even more support. I'm sure the media realizes this, as does whoever they take marching orders from.

    It's not necessarily impossible to wonder if this has been done on purpose to stoke support of these levels. This theory gets a little more interesting when we look at who Trump chose to surround himself with once there was no chance the nomination wouldn't be his.

    But, who knows. I'm not asserting this is what we're seeing. If I learned anything from the 2008 election cycle, you don't give a foe of your agenda this much coverage hoping that he doesn't gain supporters - Ron Paul got marginalized and silenced near entirely, and he was nothing but a threat to the status quo.

    I don't know what Trump will turn out to be. Certainly not a Libertarian, but he hasn't pretended to be one either. Doesn't mean I can't appreciate what he's (apparently) done to the MSM or the establishment crowd. Who couldn't applaud someone that knocked Kristol down several rungs?

  2. I too applauded trump for the shaking up he's done I especially appreciate his deprecation of the term "pc".
    However, now I learn more towards the possibility that the people's anger is being co-opted by trump. Similar to reagan's co-opting of popular opinion towards decentralization back in the day...
    Like BM says, the media must know what they're doing? Throwing sawdust on the fire and all? I hope it's ok if I paraphrase BM, please let me know if I'm incorrect if I do.

    1. Josh, all avenues are possible; and almost nothing would surprise me.

      Perhaps it is all a game to make people think they are pulling one over on those in power - buy a little peace in the meantime?

      I don't know.

  3. "If voting changed anything, they'd make it illegal." -Emma Goldman.

    Elections are "an advance auction of stolen goods." H.L. Mencken

    Even if "the Donald" is sincere in his many statements [and I don't know one way or the other], if elected fuhrer he will immediately become just another fraud, no different from 100% of his predecessors, simply because the system he would then be entirely bought-off/absorbed by, like all political systems everywhere throughout history, is nothing more than a giant self-serving scam; from its constitution, its supposed bill of rights, to its welfare systems, its banking system, its war system etc. etc.

    Frank Baum wrote a "children's" story exposing the scam, called "The Wizard of Oz" .

    Or, as Pete Townsend once said in "Won't Get Fooled Again" :

    " New boss same as the old boss".

    Bottom line: It really makes no difference which new temporary clown gets elected, the deep state will carry on exactly as before.

    Or, "Dream On"?:

    "......In your dream, Donald Trump is not a fraud,
    In your dream, Sanders is not a fraud,
    In your dream, all the rest are not frauds,
    In your dream, Obama is not a fraud,
    In your dream, Reagan was not a fraud,
    In your dream, all the rest were not frauds,
    In your dream, the constitution was not a scam,
    In your dream, the Supreme court is not a scam,"

    Lyrics excerpted from "Dreams [Anarchist Blues]":

    Regards, onebornfree

  4. Maybe we're all overthinking the Trump phenomenon and crediting the corporate media opinion-molding elites and their handlers with more power than they now really possess. It's no secret that the internet has severely eroded the media and university gatekeepers' power to control the flow of information. Thanks to the internet, we now have access to many streams of information. Not only are many millions of Americans ignoring the dictates of the media and establishment political elites, they now openly despise these busybodies whose "expertise" in all matters has clearly ruined the country.

    Maybe Trump is where he's at not because the powers that be have cut him some slack, but because their power to control and manipulate public opinion has been severely weakened. The public is simply ignoring their fear mongering. The public is gravitating to Trump more out of gut instinct than out of a reasoned assessment of his various pronouncements.

    Maybe it's all an affectation, but Trump's working class, bar brawler campaign style has really connected at a subconscious level with ordinary middle Americans who feel used and betrayed by effete, smooth talking politicians and their media sycophants. He is voicing with impunity what most middle Americans have on their minds but, because of the PC scolds, are afraid to utter except in the privacy of their homes.

    Maybe the Trump phenomenon is not a choreographed affair. Maybe Trump represents the cracks in the establishment's power. All conventional attempts to undermine his momentum have failed because a revolution is brewing in people's minds. The bipartisan establishment is losing the battle for the mind and soul of Americans. That's the real reason why they despise Trump so intensely.