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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Why the political establishment hates and fears "a Donald Trump"

Long ago, I came to the realization that politicians.......Republican, Independent, Democrat......are all cut from the same cloth. Despite any talking point, ideological differences between "party lines", politicians are interested in one thing above all else.
The continuation of power for the political machine.
These men and women, collectively, work to ensure the government retains and gains more power over our lives, and thus by extension, they themselves have more power. They aren't even slick about it anymore, brazenly writing exemptions from all encompassing laws for themselves while they dictate from upon high to the unwashed masses.
This is why our political system is such a farce. It doesn't matter who you vote for or which party you support. Because at the end of the day, each and every one of them desire to make politics their career. And because they want to spend their entire life in politics, they will always agree (across party lines) to ensure their livelihood's continued existence. Sure, you may have a politician or two "rock the boat" from time to time, but the machine takes care of them in quick order. Their party chair removes them from any leadership positions, committees, etc. They are swiftly told in no uncertain terms that if they want to continue being a "senator with any power", they better toe the line.
And this is why a Donald Trump scares the hell out of them.
Because Trump (and Perot back in the 90's) is a political outsider who has zero aspiration to make a career out of politics, TPTB cannot apply pressure to control him in the same manner. Now add to the fact that Trump (and Perot) is massively independently wealthy (billionaires), there's just no carrot or stick that the political machine can apply to them to make them conform.
One thing that incredibly wealthy people (and political hacks) fully realize is that expanding government inhibits private sector growth. So there is an immediate conflict of interest between Trump and the rest of the political machine. There is most certainly an "Us vs. Them" dichotomy at play, which is why you see all of the politicians from both sides of the aisle joining forces against Trump (and Perot back in '92). And the media mouthpieces from both parties are doing everything they can to convince individual Americans that there is no popular support for Trump through their reporting. Tail wags the dog.
I am not a Donald Trump fan now, nor have I ever been. I certainly don't believe him to be a "closet WN, fascist, or pro-White" as some muse. He is a mega rich capitalist who still believes in internationalism.....part of the New Global Order. He is just one who believes this nation should be leading such an order as opposed to being a partner that squanders our resources and is beholden to third world countries and their people.
I've always said the only person I would feel comfortable voting for is one that has to be drug kicking and screaming to fill the office. While Trump doesn't quite fit this description, I know......along with every other career politician in the world......he damned sure isn't going to make a career of it, and therefore is a threat to them.
And in today's political world, that's good enough for my vote.


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Why the political establishment hates and fears "a Donald Trump"

Long ago, I came to the realization that politicians.......Republican, Independent, Democrat......are all cut from the same cloth. Despite any talking point, ideological differences between "party lines", politicians are interested in one thing above all else.
The continuation of power for the political machine.
These men and women, collectively, work to ensure the government retains and gains more power over our lives, and thus by extension, they themselves have more power. They aren't even slick about it anymore, brazenly writing exemptions from all encompassing laws for themselves while they dictate from upon high to the unwashed masses.
This is why our political system is such a farce. It doesn't matter who you vote for or which party you support. Because at the end of the day, each and every one of them desire to make politics their career. And because they want to spend their entire life in politics, they will always agree (across party lines) to ensure their livelihood's continued existence. Sure, you may have a politician or two "rock the boat" from time to time, but the machine takes care of them in quick order. Their party chair removes them from any leadership positions, committees, etc. They are swiftly told in no uncertain terms that if they want to continue being a "senator with any power", they better toe the line.
And this is why a Donald Trump scares the hell out of them.
Because Trump (and Perot back in the 90's) is a political outsider who has zero aspiration to make a career out of politics, TPTB cannot apply pressure to control him in the same manner. Now add to the fact that Trump (and Perot) is massively independently wealthy (billionaires), there's just no carrot or stick that the political machine can apply to them to make them conform.
One thing that incredibly wealthy people (and political hacks) fully realize is that expanding government inhibits private sector growth. So there is an immediate conflict of interest between Trump and the rest of the political machine. There is most certainly an "Us vs. Them" dichotomy at play, which is why you see all of the politicians from both sides of the aisle joining forces against Trump (and Perot back in '92). And the media mouthpieces from both parties are doing everything they can to convince individual Americans that there is no popular support for Trump through their reporting. Tail wags the dog.
I am not a Donald Trump fan now, nor have I ever been. I certainly don't believe him to be a "closet WN, fascist, or pro-White" as some muse. He is a mega rich capitalist who still believes in internationalism.....part of the New Global Order. He is just one who believes this nation should be leading such an order as opposed to being a partner that squanders our resources and is beholden to third world countries and their people.
I've always said the only person I would feel comfortable voting for is one that has to be drug kicking and screaming to fill the office. While Trump doesn't quite fit this description, I know......along with every other career politician in the world......he damned sure isn't going to make a career of it, and therefore is a threat to them.
And in today's political world, that's good enough for my vote.


Sunday, July 17, 2016

Monday, July 11, 2016

Heartfelt Anguish

We are all worried for our safety. We are all on edge and being very careful.” said Dallas Polce Chief David Brown at a Monday press conference following the deadly shooting that took the lives of 5 Dallas Police officers Thursday night.
Saying he was “running on fumes,” Brown spoke frankly about everything that his employees have to deal with on a daily basis – and that it can be overwhelming at times.
We are all worried for our safety. We are all on edge and being very careful.” said Dallas Polce Chief David Brown at a Monday press conference following the deadly shooting that took the lives of 5 Dallas Police officers Thursday night.
Saying he was “running on fumes,” Brown spoke frankly about everything that his employees have to deal with on a daily basis – and that it can be overwhelming at times.
We’re asking cops to do too much in this country” said Brown.
“Every societal failure, we put it off on the cops to solve” said Brown. He listed mental health, drug addiction, loose dogs, failing schools as problems the public expects ‘cops to solve.’

When asked what advice he would give black men, Chief Brown said, “Become a part of the solution, serve your community. Don’t be a part of the problem…we’re hiring. Get off that protest line and put an application in. We’ll put you in your neighborhood – we will help you resolve some of the problems you are protesting about.”

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Being The Most Qualified May Be a Downfall


So Obama flew Hillary around in Air force One and stood behind a podium with the presidential seal on it
Trying to make her look like she is already the president.
Reminds me of the propaganda used in the 2008 election. Remember Obama walking out on stage with columns looking like the Lincoln Memorial? Or a commercial of him sitting at a desk making it look like the oval office?And of course the picture that made front pages of many newspapers of him being cheered in Berlin like he was some kind of rock star like they all came just to see him but it was after a free concert hot dogs and beer.
So since Obama said Hillary is the most qualified to ever run it must be true . Because this Administration has always been so transparent telling us how wonderful Obamacare is and how strong the economy is.
So what qualifies Hillary other than the fact she has been around Washington and has made her millions working in government?
Maybe this is what the people don't want. Maybe they are looking for someone else. Someone who actually built things and someone with real executive experience. Sounds good to me