Trump has said all the right things to net votes of the growing right-leaning US electorate, but has he actually done anything substantially anti-Globalist while in office?
Trump is the untouchable “holy cow” of certain alt-media and right wing outlets who support him not based on what he is doing in office now, but what he said he would do in his campaign, this article will hold him to critique as any President should be.
Yes, Trump is taking flack from establishment voices across the board while having the appealing image of the “outsider candidate”, yes, he has said some things which are pretty anti-establishment, but what he’s doing (or what he isn’t doing) in office overrules all that.
Ignore the sometimes fine rhetoric in some of Trump’s speeches. Talk is cheap. If we consider rather the agenda that’s taking form we can see that Donald Trump is pushing the same agenda of war and global empire as Obama, as Bush before him, as Bill Clinton and Clinton’s “tutor”, George H.W. Bush before him, even if their is a tinge of “anti-establishment” rhetoric sprinkled on top, it’s not enough to call Trump anything else but a deep state backed insider.
And like a true insider, Trump likes to remind the world that he is an “outsider” at every given opportunity.
That’s his shtick, the non-politician “I’m not like them“, but this has no relation to what he actually does in office:
Anybody that needs to insist and constantly reinforce that they are an “outsider” needs to be seriously questioned, it’s the basic psychology of lying, liars tend to need to reinforce something that they know is patently untrue. Depicting yourself as agent of change, or an outsider, is a very obvious tactic of politicians who want to get voted in. Trump’s campaign and now Presidency has had this rhetoric written all over it.
There is a slim possibility Trump is truly anti-establishment, and that his time in office has been spent as a “hostage” of a deep state who coerce him to do their bidding as a puppet.
Possible, yes, but unlikely, a guy as smart as Trump who has socialized and networked with all the big high-flyers would have seen that eventuality a long way off, he knows how all this works.
Something tells me that the multi-century proxy-ruling trillionaire banker families wouldn’t let a true outsider get to the stage Trump has got to.
There is no way of knowing for sure what’s going on behind closed doors in the White House, and frankly, we don’t need to theorize too much, it’s obvious the two-faced “outsider” called Trump is a ploy designed to confuse people:
So objectively, what we can do is either support or oppose Trump based on his actions as President. The fruits of his Presidency are what matter — not the reputation, promises, or image of the person who is in office, even if their “intentions are good”, even if they would like to steer the ship in a certain direction and have “big plans”, even if they mix in some token actions as a lousy compromise, look at the bottom line of every President to see what they’re really worth.
Is Trump a Grassroots Revolution?
We should not imagine for one second that the Patriarchy – those loveless old men like David Rockefeller or George H.W. Bush, or unnamed others – were so overwhelmed by the political genius of candidate Trump emerging from every scandal more powerful than before, that they were surprised, out-foxed, and just groaned and let it happen.
The Trump Presidency has been planned in minute detail by them and their think tanks. Quite simply, had they continued the policies that Hillary Clinton represented–war and confrontation against Russia, against China, with Color Revolution destabilizations of any and all political leaders who opposed them whether Gaddafi or Mubarak or even Putin –they saw they were losing power over huge parts of the world, essential geopolitical power.
When a President of the relatively tiny American former colony fears not to openly attack by name an American President as “son of a whore,” and declare in China his Philippines’ “separation” from the United States, when one country after the other comes closer in economic and political cooperation to Russia, to China and to their growing Eurasian economic cohesion around the One Bridge One Road Eurasian infrastructure great project, it was clearly time to install a Plan B President.
That Plan B is casino mogul Donald1 Trump, a political tabula rasa, a power-possessed person with a blackmail potential that will keep him on program for them, an alpha male who is quite gifted at being able to make people fear.
If we were to use conventional psychological definitions I would say the word sociopath fits: “Antisocial personality disorder characterized by a lack of regard for the moral or legal standards in the culture.” Narcissism would be another apt term: “Extreme selfishness, with a grandiose view of one’s own talents and a craving for admiration…” Read his own autobiography and his descriptions of his earlier antics with mob lawyer and mentor, Roy Cohn, at the cocaine-snorting Studio 54 and look more closely at his actual life history, not only what he dismisses as “locker room talk” eleven years ago with Billy Bush. He is definitely no JFK or Charles de Gaulle, not even close.
Donald Trump was put into office to prepare America for war, a war the banks of Wall Street and the US military industrial complex are not presently in a position economically or industrially or otherwise, geopolitically, to win. His job will be to reposition the United States for them to reverse the trend to disintegration of American global hegemony, to, as the Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz Project for the New American Century put it in their September, 2000 report, “rebuild America’s defenses.”
To do that preparation, a deception strategy that will fatally weaken the developing deep bonds between Russia and China will be priority. It’s already begun. We have a friendly phone call from The Donald to Vladimir the Fearsome in Moscow. Russian media is euphoric about a new era in US-Russia relations after Obama. Then suddenly we hear the war-mongering NATO head, Stoltenberg, suddenly purr soothing words to Russia. Float the idea that California Congressman and Putin acquaintance, Dana Rohrabacher, is leaked as a possible Secretary of State1. It’s classic Kissinger Balance of Power geopolitics – seem to ally with the weaker of two mortal enemies, Russia, to isolate the stronger, China. Presumably Vladimir Putin is not so naïve or stupid as to fall for it, but that is the plot of Trump’s handlers. Such a strategy of preventing the growing Russia-China cooperation was urged by Zbigniew Brzezinski in a statement this past summer.
Because he’s been selected (and not by us dear voters) to play a definite role – to shift tactics of global domination according to the basics of the 1992 Bush-Wolfowitz Doctrine – preempting any nation or group of nations in Eurasia from challenging American Sole Superpower hegemony–the selection of his Cabinet and key policy advisers, is vital. Here we can already see the outlines of the cast of characters who have been chosen to fill out the theater play called Trump Presidency, and the emerging new plot for re-configuring the Sole Superpower strategy.
Was Trump the much-needed “reset” for the establishment?
The establishment needed a clean slate, a fresh face, a re-brand; the scandal-ridden Clintons and Bushes need to be replaced by a fresh “anti-establishment” Presidential brand to tide over an increasingly skeptical electorate.
All the while, the establishment works tirelessly to silence the alternative media responsible for this upsurge in nationalist populism and socially engineer the population back towards a “desirable” mindset in time for the next election, Trump may just be the interim President that they needed to maintain the status quo.
A different puppet with the same owners.
Trump embodies the “third way” of politics, outside of the waning political spectrum of the left-right paradigm. By creating a “third way” candidate the ruling elite control all the voting possibilities; within the classic paradigm and outside of it.
Bottom line – deep pocket money from both the Rothschild, Rockefeller, and other elite dynasties have been funding both Hillary and Trump.
Trump’s NWO connections.
Political analysts have been saying that Trump’s tilt for the presidency has been “thirty years in the making.” This makes more sense than they realise. Thirty years ago members of the Rothschild family saved Trump from bankruptcy and took him under their wing. They recognized his potential as a “man of use” and “colourful front man” for a secretive organisation that prefers to keep itself in the shadows.
Consider how Trump built his wealth – and who supported him during his booms and busts.
“In 1987 Donald Trump purchased his first casino interests when he acquired 93% of the shares in Resorts International. Resorts International has a sordid history which began in the early 1950’s when it evolved from a CIA and Mossad front company which had been established for the purpose of money laundering the profits from drug trafficking, gambling, and other illegal activities. On October 30, 1978, The Spotlight newspaper reported that the principle investors of Resorts International were Meyer Lansky, Tibor Rosenbaum, William Mellon Hitchcock, David Rockefeller, and one Baron Edmond de Rothschild.”
“In 1987, upon the death of longtime CIA front man James Crosby, the nominal head of Resorts International, up-and-coming young New York real estate tycoon Donald Trump stepped into the picture and bought Crosby’s interest in the gambling empire.”
“Trump soon became a household name, with his colorful personality and his insistence upon naming a variety of luxury hotels, apartment houses and other commercial ventures after himself. But while the name “Trump” appeared in the headlines, the names of the real movers behind Resorts International – Rockefeller and Rothschild – remained hidden from public view.”
After quickly expanding the reach of Resorts International to Atlantic City in the final years of the 1980s, Donald Trump found himself in financial trouble as the real estate market in New York tanked. The three casinos in Atlantic City, like other Trump assets, were under threat from lenders. It was only with the assistance and assurance of Wilbur L. Ross Jr., senior managing director of Rothschild Inc. that Trump was allowed to keep the casinos and rebuild his threatened empire.“
— Tap News Wire.
Resorts International was formerly a CIA front company (Mary Carter Paint) that Trump took over. Piper sources an article from The Spotlight magazine, which researched the investors behind it:
“• Meyer Lansky, the acknowledged “chairman of the board” and chief financier of the underworld gambling syndicate, who maintained his own longstanding ties to not only Israel and the Mossad, but also the CIA and the American intelligence community (and who was another figure in the JFK assassination – ed.);
• David Rockefeller, head of the Rockefeller financial empire, who provided his family’s clout and CIA and global banking connections to assist in the operation;
• The Investors Overseas Service (IOS), then the world’s largest flight-capital conglomerate, controlling assets worth $2.5 billion.
• Tibor Rosenbaum, who was not only the Mossad’s Swiss-based chief financier behind covert arms deals but also the head of the Banque De Credit Internationale of Geneva, the Lansky syndicate’s chief European money laundry; and
• Baron Edmond de Rothschild of the European banking family and a personal business partner of Rosenbaum in Rosenbaum’s Mossad-related ventures ranging far and wide; and lastly,
• William Mellon Hitchcock, one of the heirs to the Mellon family fortune (one of America’s largest private family fortunes, which, for many years, has also maintained close ties with the CIA).
In 1987, upon the death of longtime CIA front man James Crosby, the nominal head of Resorts International, up-and-coming young New York real estate tycoon Donald Trump stepped into the picture and bought Crosby’s interest in the gambling empire.”
This was deep state’s plan all along. To have both candidates operating under their interests whilst systematically pitting the entire nation against each other, creating the chaos they need to push their New World Order agenda closer to completion.
Trump is the latest new flavor in politics, but still a bought-out flavor and brand of politics nonetheless.
The patriarchs of the elite families that rule the US and by extension most of the world.
The classic “problem-solution” election campaign brand needed a stronger hue of anti-establishment with a dash of charisma, Trump offered that.
With many Presidents, the establishment used a reformist brand that is the “solution” to the blatant failures of the outgoing administration to get their pre-selected candidate in office, this was the case with Barack Obama’s campaign.
Obama was the perceived antithesis to Bush when so many Americans were taken in by the Manchurian Candidate preying on the “hope for change”.
The people now know this “problem-solution” brand of marketing and campaigning candidates is worn-out. By using a maverick like Trump the establishment was able to alter the brand of candidate to accommodate the Overton window (the contemporary public sentiment or zeitgeist), once again getting their candidate into office.
Any true anti-establishment politician would have been completely ignored by the media, but not Trump.
I seriously doubt the establishment would have been as naive to give Trump the huge media airtime (positive or negative) that he got if they didn’t want him to gain significant traction and look as anti-establishment as possible to the voter.
The media made the Trump brand an exceptional brand of reactionary politics.
To add fuel to the fire, Trump knows exactly how to drive forward a brand of charismatic politics. People were fed up, they didn’t and don’t want more traditional politics, they wanted a feel-good beat-down of the establishment, and Trump knew this.
He is a businessman, a talented schmoozer, the perfect front-man to assuage the negative feelings surrounding the current dire situation in the United States.
His brand is to “Make America Great Again”, and most people, who are casually politically active, buy into the assertion that Trump is the “fix-all” solution, and maybe he could have made some ground — but his actions in office so far suggest that won’t happen in any meaningful or permanent way. His uncommitted war on Globalism is not one set in stone, but one designed to get the vote, and then quietly pass away from materialization.
Like every other puppet politician, Trump has abandoned his big campaign promises.
Trump with Prince Mohammed bin-Salman on his state visit to Saudi Arabia; longtime allies of the Globalist international elite, abjectly corrupt and warmongering sponsors of state-sponsored terrorism, extremism and imperialism.
This is a very different Trump from the Trump who once called Saudi Arabia the “biggest funder of terrorism”.
“It’s the world’s biggest funder of terrorism. Saudi Arabia funnels our petrodollars, our very own money, to fund the terrorists that seek to destroy our people while the Saudis rely on us to protect them.”
Thus far into his tenure, Trump’s actions have mostly condoned Globalism, even while his words have opposed it.
“Hey, I’m a nationalist and a globalist,” Trump told the Wall Street Journal. “I’m both.” It seems to me that Trump is masquerading as an anti-Globalist to a limited, superficial extent — with his substantive actions for the most part being overwhelmingly Globalist, it’s the classic bait and switch.
Trump buddying-up with the Clintons. Part time anti-establishment brand of politician, part time globalist associate?
The Clintons have close ties to the elite families that rule by-proxy, in this image they stand with members of the Rothschild banking family.
Actions speak louder than words, Trump.
Edmond Benjamin James de Rothschild, the “Father of Israel” is on Israeli currency; Israel is the Globalist-owned nation Trump openly supports.
Here’s the balance between the Globalist and anti-Globalist stances of Donald Trump, who insists he is “both”, most of Trump’s anti-Globalist actions are temporary and are not permanent solutions whatsoever — his Globalist actions on the other hand are often permanent, significant, and impacting decisions:
- Regularly attacks the establishment media, virtue signals his disapproval of the establishment on his Twitter account, claims he will “drain the swamp”.
- Opposes mass immigration and illegal immigration, recognizes that all cultures are not equal, “shitholes” quote. Promises a wall.
- Nationalist stance, claims to put “America first” in trade.
- Zionist: Trump has advocated the globalist’s colonial state of Israel, he flattered his rich Zionist donors by announcing to break with the half-century policy of most western nations that considers the city of Jerusalem a United Nations protected zone and an international city occupied by Arabs, Christians and Jews — recognizing Jerusalem as the new Israeli capital. “We have to stay with Israel and stay with them big time”, “We love Israel. We will fight for Israel 100 percent, 1,000 percent. It will be there forever.”
- Has said he is a Globalist (as well as a nationalist, whatever that means).
- Trump has made a 180 degree reversal from many of his long-held views, and views pushed by Trump throughout his election campaign.
- Advocate of Saudi Arabia. Signed arms deal with Saudis which supports further imperialism and war racketeering.
- Trump has not challenged but instead preserves the status of what Jeffrey Sachs has called the Wall Street-Washington complex, which has steered the financial system toward control by a few politically powerful Wall Street firms, notably Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, and a handful of other financial firms.
- Numerous Globalist programs are still in progress from the pre-Trump era, there is no indication Trump is trying to stop or roll-back these programs.
- Appointing a former Goldman and Soros employee to serve as Treasury secretary, cabinet and advisers gradually becoming more establishment.
- Carrying out Globalist foreign policy: sanctioning Russia and China, preying on North Korea, threatening Iran and Syria among other Globalist stances. Luke Rudkowski (from We Are Change) recently exposed how Trump is turning to the CFR for military and foreign policy advice.
- Trump has promoted anti-Iranian, anti-Syrian, anti-Russian, and anti-Chinese policy-making, i.e. advocating a trade war against China.
- Trump has not “drained the swamp”, or addressed the Federal Reserve, the CIA, among other corrupt institutions.
What Trump should be doing as President (but isn’t).
If Trump really does mean business and attempts to make good on his campaign promise to “drain the swamp,” finishing the job that JFK started by abolishing the CIA, Trump most definitely has his work cut out for him.
Once he completes that task, he must move on to destroying destructive, enslaving monsters like the Federal Reserve, Homeland Security, and the DEA, drastically reducing the self-serving cancerous bureaucracy and cronyism of ever-sprawling big government. In addition to gutting the fed, President Trump’s priorities must also include eliminating the parasitic glut of thousands of private contractors, bilking billions more from taxpayers.
Trump must also normalize relations with Russia (as well with China and Iran) and denounce Israel, and in partnership as mentioned in his inaugural, eradicate the cabal’s proxy ally the terrorists “off the face of the earth.” Trump needs to revoke all the unconstitutional Obama executive orders as well as dismantle and repeal a number of Obama passed laws, including reinstating the Smith-Mundt Act to once again hold all the fake MSM accountable for propagating unlawful lies and false propaganda.
Perhaps more important than anything else, President Trump needs to restore the US Constitution as America’s rule of law and our government back to a democratic republic. Trump’s website promises he will honor and uphold the Constitution as taking his oath of office demands.
That means he needs to immediately begin rolling back the totalitarian police state tyranny and invasive violation of US constitutional freedoms already demolished under the Bush-Obama regime.
Finally, Trump built his entire campaign on the promise to jump start the lifeless national economy by creating massive employment opportunity for millions of under- and unemployed Americans, vowing to create 25 million jobs within the decade. He also says that he’ll entice many companies back to the US as well as resurrect our lost manufacturing base and shrinking middle class. This is something he will likely actually try to achieve — but ultimately it means nothing in the context of “draining the swamp” and the Zionist-globalist problem.