... and Trump
by system failure
In previous article we examined the advantages of Jill Stein against Bernie Sanders, but this is not enough. She must also beat the establishment, thus Hillary Clinton, as well as, Donald Trump, in order to offer a real alternative and perspective to the American people for the first time in decades. Stein is now the person who could make the Sanders movement play a central role and crush the US bipartisanism.
The establishment mechanisms don't have actually any substantial arguments to support the corrupted, neocon/neoliberal, warmongering Hillary, therefore, they promote her through some very superficial "tricks".
As described in previous article: “One of the most successful psychological techniques used by the mechanisms of the establishment, is the bombardment of mind with isolated words, or, phrases, ending up to become powerful symbols. These symbols are frequently so powerful that manage to prevail over the ability of mind to build a rational hierarchy. Which, many times, equals to heavy misjudgment. For example, the fact that the United States will have the opportunity to be governed "for the first time in their history by a female president", often prevails over what this president truly represents, especially among the female voters. The election of Hillary will give a superficial satisfaction to many Americans, that the United States will become an even more progressive society (after Obama term), while in reality, Hillary will certainly follow the "politics as usual", totally aligned with the neocon agenda.”
Being a woman, Jill Stein instantly destroys this key "argument" upon which the establishment built its support for Hillary Clinton. So, why vote Hillary when you have Jill? You can still have your first female president in the US history, truly progressive, anti-establishment. She can bring a real change. Who needs Hillary?
The second key "argument" through which the establishment supports Hillary Clinton, is by projecting the danger of "monster" Donald Trump in power. The establishment is exercising an unprecedented pressure, which could be easily considered a type of psychological terror, on politicians and even progressive voters who don't want by no means to vote and support Hillary Clinton. The "argument" is known: 'you will held responsible if you will not vote Hillary, permitting the "monster" Trump to take the power'.
However, there are numerous indications that Trump is just a reserve of the establishment in case that things go wrong with Clinton.
First of all, it appears that the most favourable candidate of the corporate media is not Hillary Clinton, but, quite surprisingly indeed, Donald Trump. It was pointed that “The most impressive here is not that Sanders has so little time coverage compared to the other two. This was something, more or less, expected. The most impressive, is that Donald Trump, who is promoted as "anti-establishment", takes more time coverage in the media, even compared to the definitely-pro-establishment Hillary Clinton!”
Furthermore, Trump received recently some “signals” from the establishment pundits to become more "presidential". Indeed, he tried to "soften" his rhetoric in order to enlarge his voter tank. Why the establishment rushes to "fix" its alternative option to Hillary?
The answer can be found not only to the fact that Clinton is a highly "saturated" candidate with plenty of scandals chasing her in everyday basis. Not only she won't be able to increase her power further, but, on the contrary, she may lose power exactly due to these scandals that tend to become a routine, as well as due to her dark past.
Above all, the most serious fear of the establishment is related to a parameter which can't be seen in polls, thus can't be measured: the millions of Americans who have chosen to stay out of the political process for years.
In case that this crucial mass of politically inactive citizens decide to take action supporting Jill Stein, both Clinton and Trump will stand in front of a major defeat. The combined power of this immeasurable parameter with the movement of Bernie Sanders could beat the establishment much earlier than nearly no one could expect, bringing a truly hopeful future for the United States and the world.
It's certainly a long shot, but the determination of the American people and especially the American youth for a real change, may bring this gigantic political earthquake in the very short time until the election fight of November.