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The US establishment just gave its greatest performance so far ...

... called 'President Trump'

by system failure

The corporate media pundits were shocked when they realized that Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. Yet, their media were promoting him during all the presidential race, "surprisingly", even more than their favorite, Hillary Clinton. The markets were going down for a moment, but then, nothing happened. It looked like a well-directed live show by the monstrous mechanisms of the establishment.

If you really want to find who was the real threat for the establishment, go back and review the whole story of the Democratic primaries. At the beginning, the media pundits were certain that Hillary would easily prevail by just walking to the finish line against Bernie Sanders. They were nearly making fun of him. But then, things got really serious. Bernie was building a mass movement outside their corrupted 'control room'.

Especially the American youth was pushing Bernie to the top, really fast, by attending massively his rallies and promoting him through social media. The internet independent media also contributed significantly on introducing Bernie Sanders to as many people as possible. You see, the system is indeed powerful, but not unbeatable. There are some things it can't control.

Then, you could witness the first signs of fear and embarrassment on pundits' voices and faces, when they were monitoring the rapid rise of Bernie against Hillary. And then, consider this: why they were constantly monitoring Bernie's and Hillary's strength against Trump's, with such an anxiety? They were doing this quite long before knowing the final result of the Democratic primaries. The answer is simple: because they wanted to see whether they should act seriously to put Bernie out of the game by all means.

When they saw with terror that Bernie was beating Trump by a far more significant percentage than Hillary, they knew that they had to get rid of him. It was much easier to do it in the primaries with the unfair and undemocratic system of superdelegates and the inside war from DNC. They wouldn't risk to see Bernie at the finals with Trump, where the whole world would watch closely. Indeed, WikiLeaks revealed that the DNC establishment had launched a dirty war against Bernie, but also that, some lobbyists wanted to get rid of him too.

When the establishment got rid of the real threat called Bernie Sanders, the main show has started. First, Sanders was forced finally to endorse Clinton, otherwise the media would had "crucify" him by claiming that he is leading his supporters away from Hillary, therefore contribute to the rise of the "monster" Trump. It was the ultimate humiliation for Bernie, just as they wanted, in order to show 'who is the boss.'

Then, the movie of terror continued with probably the most disgraceful presidential race in the history of US elections. Hillary Clinton was sinking in a dirt of scandals, corruption, disastrous wars. Do you really think that the establishment didn't know that she could go down?

On the other side, the racist billionaire, Donald Trump. He played well his role as an anti-establishment candidate, but in reality, he is only a reserve of the establishment. What do you think he would do? Protect the interests of the poor working people or the interests of his billionaire class? Can you guess? It's not that hard. At least let's hope that he will resist against starting a war with Russia as the US deep state (and Hillary of course) wants.

In this ugly show, Hillary Clinton was the most characteristic personification of an ideology that is about to bankrupt soon. The establishment would probably like to have her for a little more time in power, so that to prepare better the next dark era.

So, Trump came little earlier. Trump purely represents the ruthless and direct cynicism of the elites: Yes, we are the one percent who have exploited you and impoverished you, and we want to govern so that to make sure that you will never rise up.

Neoliberalism officially passes the torch to a ruthless, modern Feudalism ...

Comments

  1. And you think that Putin and Duterte congrat Trump, because they are part of the whole game by some nationless puppetmasters? I got your point and it's plausible, but if you count into that Putin is a smart human that would easily see through the fog of theater ... would he really be so Pro-Trump when the warmongering against russia would continue? I'm with you, it's hard to see the real agenda behind that madness, but they let their media outlets go napalm against Trump which caused massive damage to these tools, the people woke up to that and don't trust the media anymore I guess. Isn't that too much of an sacrifice for a subtile controlled opposition candidate like Trump as you say? Time will tell, keep it up man.

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  2. Oh? Published November 10? What clever insight. Tell me, did the Cubs win the world series too?

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  3. %This is totally off the mark, sorry. Sanders always was and still is just a dumb puppet and never even pretended to be serious about challenging the status quo.

    I can understand your wishful thinking, but it is just that - wishful thinking. Sanders is nothing but a third-rate lapdog. Laughable.

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    1. A lot of things could be wrong in this point of view. But to tell me that Sanders always was and still is just a dumb puppet, is really too far from reality. And this view is not based on wishful thinking, but on common sense. Common sense says that the establishment fights fiercely against the one who identifies as a real threat. And the facts, show exactly that this thing happened with Bernie Sanders.

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