Trump: why Bilderberg, WEF/Davos, and CFR have shingles

Technocrats, Davos Globalists can’t stop talking about Trump

by Jon Rappoport

January 23, 2016

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The Donald shoots from the hip and changes his tune every few minutes. True. He thinks about one thing, and that reminds him of something else, and then he goes off on that. However, as he keeps talking and talking and talking, he’s deciding that some of what he’s saying makes sense. He’s firming up his belief in his own sales-pitch. He’s doubling down and getting serious.

And one of the things he’s serious about is trade deals. Bad Globalist deals. Deals that steal more American jobs. He and Bernie Sanders wouldn’t admit it, but they both agree on this general point.

In fact, a new study out of Tufts University torpedoes glowing estimates of the latest such deal, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The study authors predict the consequences: another 450,000 jobs will be lost in the US by 2025. Oops. Another Globalist trade treaty sucks life out of the American economy. Which is precisely why Obama is obsessed with passing it.

(The study is titled “Trading Down: Unemployment, Inequality and Other Risks of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.” A quick breakdown of the study is on, here; free access to the full paper is on, here)

Bilderberg and the Council on Foreign Relations and Rockefeller Globalists are counting on the TPP. It’s one of their precious babies. They want to undermine the US economy. It’s part of their sink-America program, to pave the way for One United Planet under one management system. Not an American empire. A globalist empire.

And they don’t want some out-of-control US Presidential candidate, whose crowds and poll numbers keep swelling like a massive infection, to swipe and swipe and swipe at these trade treaties and dream up ways to bring more jobs back home. They definitely don’t want that—especially after their current marionette in the White House has done such fine work drowning the economic life of the US. The issuance of new credit cards and part-time work at fast-food joints pouring chocolate on French fries don’t equal renewed prosperity, in case you were fooled by official economic-indicator reports.

These elite Globalist don’t believe for a minute that Trump alone can turn back the clock on their ongoing destruction. But they do realize he can keep talking about it. And in doing so, he can force more people to wake up to the fact that they’re being screwed—and how they’re being screwed.

Globalism is all about allowing mega-corporations to take their factories and jobs out of the country overseas. It’s a cornerstone of every trade deal. Mega-corps can manufacture their products more cheaply in a hell hole with slave workers, and then export those products back here (and to other industrialized countries)—and pay no tariffs. How sweet (and destructive) it is.

Trump, like some swaggering cowboy, keeps shooting his six-guns at this program, even though he doesn’t apparently understand the bottom-line motivation behind it. Or who knows? Maybe he does and he’s staying silent about it.

How did this guy get in the door? Why can’t the media shut up about him? Why does every attack against him, valid or invalid, bring more supporters to his side? What happened to Globalist Jeb? Why is he curled up in fetal position in his bedroom eating Snickers and watching home movies of his family?

Hillary is on board with the Globalist program. She’s all about cold-blooded revenge against the greatest number of people possible. She eats attacks against her, and converts them into dark anti-matter.

But Trump? He’s Mr. Brassy Salesman who parlayed his con and his bankruptcies and his execrable TV show into a fortune. And then he somehow got a few actual ideas into his oversized head. How? Why? Can’t somebody put him on a no-fly list? Can’t he be declared a terrorist or at least a national security risk? Can’t the NSA cough up a few juicy tidbits about his personal life? Haven’t the FBI or the CIA already slipped a few slimeballs into his campaign? There are spies who spy on spies spying on other spies, and they can’t squeeze out one rank and repulsive fact that’ll sink Trump’s ship?

In his 2003 Memoirs, David Rockefeller wrote:

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”

Are we going to let darling David, who’s what, 175 years old now, go to his grave hearing the absurd burlesque echoes of Donald Trump ringing in his ears?

What used to be called the Eastern Establishment—Globalist Ivy League domeheads gazing at the world through the wrong ends of telescopes from Park Avenue penthouses—are in a Trump quandary. They’re disturbed. They have incipient ass-rash and stress-shingles. The natural order of things is wobbling.

Shut this Momzer up!

The permanent underclass must expand.

Economic chaos must prevail, so a new order can be instituted.

Mega-corporations must rule the world (for a while).

The Globalist hope is this: Eventually, Trump will be discredited as a goofball; and therefore, for the foreseeable future, no one else with any clout will raise the issue of trade treaties or the destruction of economies. Trump and whatever he stood for will be remembered as a flash in the pan, a one-hit wonder.

Globalism, as it moves forward, will become a forgotten word.

And the band will play on.

Understand: there are two basic stripes of Globalist. The first is America-first. They want a single managed planet, but they want the US to be the top-boss in the crime empire. The second, as evidenced by the Rockefeller quote above, and by the core international membership of Bilderberg heavy hitters, want shared leadership. The balance is delicate, and the conflict is real. As it moves forward, the last thing both types of Globalists want is some yahoo stepping into the frame and disrupting the whole show.

Trump’s qualifications for the Presidency, such as they are, are entirely beside this point. Whether he was originally put front and center to serve as a losing foil for Hillary Clinton is also, now, beside the point. He’s acquired too much support. As far as the Globalists are concerned, he is a problem.

Perhaps the polls are all wrong and the Primary season will douse the glow on his candle, and by the time the July Republican convention rolls around he’ll be back in New York wheeling and dealing real estate. They hope. There’s a chance no candidate will have enough votes for a slam-dunk nomination in Cleveland, in which case the process will be “brokered,” as they say. Jeb could then exert his power and play his cards behind the scene. But that would cause a major uproar among Trump’s supporters as they cry foul and raise hell, igniting a new nightmare.

Hillary’s inner circle might still be in the process of building up Trump, because they continue to believe he’ll be an easy mark in the election—but it seems late in the game for such a reckless assessment, given how far Trump has come in the last few months.

If some hidden ally is trying to help Trump stay afloat, he might also have non-Globalist convictions. Who, besides China (already in Trump’s crosshairs), is the biggest outsider vis-à-vis free trade? Who is angrily opposing the upcoming Globalist TTIP trade deal, which would cement tighter relations between the European Union and the US and make him even more of an outsider? Who has already expressed admiration for Trump and received kind words from The Donald? Yes, this is mere speculation, but there is one man who fits that bill:

Vladimir Putin. And Putin certainly took notice, last year, when the-hawk-Hillary compared him to, let’s see, who was that again, oh yes, Hitler.

Real estate cowboy and KGB lieutenant colonel? Different galaxies, but they have at least one thing in common: they like believing they’re the toughest guy in the room. Do they both like war too much?

As for the Republican party bosses, they’re going crazy trying to derail Trump. Their main argument seems to be: he’s not a legitimate candidate. But behind that, their actual concern comes back to their own membership in the Globalist club. By allowing Trump to maintain center stage, they’re violating every club rule. And the men who own them aren’t happy. Not happy at all. So these party big shots are backing away from Trump as far as they can, swearing loudly: “See, he’s not our man! Honest, we hate him! He’s a fiend! We want to fire him!”

But so far, Trump still has a patent on that phrase: “You’re fired!”

National politics and international politics are rigged games from top to bottom. But once in a while, a wild one turns up. That person may have started out as just another piece of the fix, but then he breaks away from the pack and stakes out his own territory. When this happens, he’s usually squelched long before he can build up a head of steam. But not now, not in this case.

The horse is out of the barn. And he’s not sprinting for the horizon. He’s prancing and dancing in the pasture. He’s rearing up on his hind legs, he’s jumping, he’s kicking up his heels. He’s doing whatever he wants to. And that’s the key, because the rest of the horses have long since been trained to act like machines. People know the difference. If given the choice, they move to the wild one. He reminds them that they, too, have been socialized to become machines. And they want out.

Yes, there is an definite upside and a downside to this shock and surprise and unpredicted circumstance. But regardless, it’s a fact. It’s happening.

People might wish the wild one was a Caruso or a Nijinsky or an Olivier or a Lincoln or a Tom Paine or a Gandhi—instead of a fast-talking self-promoting New York real estate hustler, who suddenly flips a switch and wants to go to war.

But in a machine world, strange things happen.

exit from the matrix

When the mandated pattern for all social behavior is cracked and broken and smashed, strange creatures emerge on stage, under the lights. However distorted they may seem, the audience suddenly pays attention, sniffing something they barely remember, but desperately want.

Does the creature dancing across the footlights accurately reflect the audience’s desire? It doesn’t matter to the audience. Because the thing most wished for, and most precious, is an article called freedom.

Will some people misinterpret what it means? You bet they will. They’ll say it’s license. They’ll do all sorts of crazy things with it.

When governments and corporations and media agents keep reshaping the world into new versions of locked-down conformity and robot behaviorism, the breakout will never be smooth.

—The original crime is the individual surrendering his own uniqueness, his own mind, his own imagination, his own formidable power. That’s where it started, and that’s where it comes back to.

Shrugging off inner slavery, across a whole population, and regressing in fear back to the mean, and breaking out again, are more than most people can handle.

But for those who can grasp the core of it, a new dawn rises. And things will never be the same again.

And that leaves Trump or any politician far behind.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

55 comments on “Trump: why Bilderberg, WEF/Davos, and CFR have shingles

  1. pedrofalls says:

    Thanks Jon, great post, I do so enjoy when you nail it..

  2. From Québec says:

    Trump is great, because he is a real individual who cares about people. If you pay attention to people’s faces, the first thing you will notice is Trump’s incredible huge generosity. This is a real good man, believe me.

    I found this article last night, and it proved to me, one more time, that you can see the soul of people just by looking at their faces.

    See this article and video on Sean Hannity show :

    “In 1995 Donald Trump was traveling along a New Jersey highway when the limo in which he was traveling experienced a flat tire. Spotting the disabled car along the side of the road, a passing motorist stopped to offer his assistance. After helping, Trump asked how he could repay the good samaritan. The man asked that Trump send his wife a bouquet of flowers. Trump agreed.

    True to his word, the bouquet arrived several weeks later along with a note saying, “we’ve paid off your mortgage.”

    The story, which has been recounted numerous times including in Forbes Magazine, is just one of many that demonstrate the generosity of Donald Trump according to Jerry Falwell Jr., son of the late pastor Jerry Falwell and President of Liberty University.

    “I got to know Donald Trump after he spoke [at Liberty University] in 2012,” Falwell told Sean on Hannity. “I learned so much about him that the public never hears.” Falwell went on to list Trump’s numerous charitable givings.

    “Right after he visited here last time I called him about a large Christian ministry in another state that needed some help,” Falwell explained. “I learned within a day or two he had donated 100,000 dollars of his own money.”

    Falwell also recounted the story of an inner inner city basketball tournament Trump rescued from financial disaster. “He learned about Clyde Frazier Jr. who ran the Harlem Hoops tournament in the inner city and was killed in the 9/11 attacks,” Falwell said. “He searched down the family and donated the money to keep that tournament going.”

    Watch Jerry Falwell Jr. speak to Sean about the generosity of Donald Trump on Hannity:

    A Couple Stopped To Help Donald Trump When His Limo Broke Down–Here’s How He Repaid Them

  3. bunny says:

    Thank you so much for this one. Even though issues of health are my primary interest, this post may be my very favorite of all your posts.

    It makes me say, inside, “Vote for Bernie or vote for Trump, but whatever you do, vote against the Globalists.”

    But then I remember how likely it is that our votes don’t count.

    Ah well…

    Many blessings to you and yours.

  4. From Québec says:

    “Trump, like some swaggering cowboy, keeps shooting his six-guns at this program, even though he doesn’t apparently understand the bottom-line motivation behind it. Or who knows? Maybe he does and he’s staying silent about it.” (Jon)

    Oh, don’t worry Jon, he knows about it. He is very smart. He doesn’t need to be sued while campaigning, so for now. he is only calling them stupid and incompetent. But, as soon as he will be President, he will be calling them corrupt criminals who want to overthrow countries to get their NWO.

    Trump has so many bright minds briefing him behind the scene: Famous insider whistleblowers, from the CIA, the FBI, the Military, the Pentagone, the veterans and people like Roger Stone, Larry Nichols, and so on. Even people like Alex Jones, Rush Limbaugh, Matt Drudge, Michael Savage, who all support him could brief him.

    When he came on the Alex Jones Show, he told Alex that if he comes to New-York, that he will take him out to lunch. Imagine what Alex could tell him in a single lunch meeting.

    I find it so sad, that a lot of commenters on this side, are so disenchanted by the system, that they will not even bother to vote, because they cannot see that this might be their last chance to save America… and by the way, maybe the whole world.

  5. Hp B says:

    He’s an expert and the rest are mediocre professionals, at best.
    Need proof? Who made Glenn Beck cry? (wasn’t even very hard)
    Turnip head Bush is about to pop a gasket, too.

    The people are starving!! They need something. […]

  6. Theodore says:

    TPP Trade Deal Will Cost US 448,000 Jobs, Say Researchers

    A new analysis of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) international trade deal has found claims of increased jobs are likely exaggerated

  7. To any credible thinker, Trump is a bozo, Jon.

    Whether he is facilitating a “John Le Carre” style plot is besides the by. The Vedic-Aryans revered transparent leaders as evidenced in their ancient texts (such as the Book of Veles). Now, some may say, they were done over in the “spirit of conquest” by the very same people that run the show today, so surely that’s just “sore losers” talk?

    The people must wake up and remember their power and stop being serfs. That is what must happen and the first step of the wake up call is ignoring ALL politicians.

    Then, you see, THEY have no choice (unless they lie) to wake up to the fact the people have mutinied. That fallout could see a lot of interesting things happening, initially, I must say, to the detriment of people at large. But, providing, the people stand firm, the powers will give them the “renaissance” FQ talked about.

    Renaissances don’t come cheap dear.

    As for the worn out old Rockefeller quote from page 405 of his 2002 memoirs, surely he made some other faux-pas that, next citation, would raise you, as the outstanding individual you are, above the sad hordes that play “follow the leader”, Jon? 😉


    • Karl Smoofy says:

      Has something happened to Jon’s brain? I am really quite confused by how much support Trump gets from him these days. Would Jon actually prefer Trumpism over Globalism? Trump only dislikes globalism because it isn’t his scam and he isn’t at the top of that pyramid. He simply wants to replace their pyramid with his and he will not give a damn how many backs have to break to build it. I would have guessed Jon would understand how narcissists do their thing and why. Jon rails against the fear based tactics of the establishment yet seems to give the most recognizable fear monger on the planet a free pass just because he can point out a bad trade deal? I am confounded by it. Replacing one slave master with another does nothing but make it difficult to figure out what the rules are. Perhaps Jon could offer some big picture solutions to go with the big picture problems. Just imagine a world where Trump and Putin both have their ego on the big red button. Yikes, but would it be worse if they were friends or enemies?

      • Very plausible comment.

        I think Jon is a risk taker (as is Trump) and he’s gambling that some of the altruisms, some of the MANY altruisms, Trump promoted on the way to the “big office” (sic) will catch up with him.

        Here’s hopin’ 😉

  8. Deanna Johnston Clark says:

    G.K. Chesterton once wrote about adamantine good things…things the whole world knows are fundamental, except for insane people. I remember that one was a Mother’s pride in her children and another was love of one’s country. He agreed those things could go to far; but he thought both were under fire from very arrogant modern interests. (The book is “What’s Wrong With the World” and it is like he saw our day in a vision or something!)

    I’ve read comments from soldiers apologizing to some “modern spirit of the age” for joining the Army. Politicians and corporations should apologize to the soldiers, absolutely. But when a young person is ashamed of loving his country and joining the service, crazy people are running things.
    Donald Trump isn’t crazy. He can be a buffoon (Chesterton was too) But he understands the adamantine things and we have longed to hear about them again.

  9. From Québec says:

    ” But, providing, the people stand firm, the powers will give them the “renaissance” FQ talked about.”(Ozzie)

    No, Ozzie, the people will never stand firm in the system you are living under, because they will be too afraid of the consequences. You are dreaming an impossible dream.

    And, if it would happen today, the only thing that the people would get, would be an unelected New World Order tyranny.

    I wish you were right, unfortunately I think you are just being very naive.

    The Renaissance will arrive, when a small group of very powerful and fearless individuals, will get rid of the corruption in your government. As soon as this is done, freedom will flourish again and it is the freedom that will bring you the Renaissance. When you have freedom, everything is possible.

    You cannot put the cart before the horse, Ozzie.

    • And that is where you are wrong, FQ.

      Government has been built on various forms of corruption since conception. Look at the history of the Westminster System particularly in relation to Cromwell. We can go back further to those Greek and Roman “democracies” if you will.

      There are plenty of F-You movements springing up but none will drive change (only anarchy). They will not Kowtow to your burlesque politicians except “where no other options are available”. In fact the system (to them) is nothing more than a prosthetic limb.

      A new driving force can put the “cart before the horse”, but that won’t be necessary. The powers will crumble if they believe more than 70% are “unplugged”. Drastic measures will be implemented without notice nor apology.

      Have a nice day,


      • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

        Latin students have translate the orations against corruption in Rome….it’s has always been people who love honesty and integrity against cynics out for themselves only. The struggle goes on inside each of us personally..

      • From Québec says:

        “A new driving force can put the “cart before the horse”, but that won’t be necessary. The powers will crumble if they believe more than 70% are “unplugged”. Drastic measures will be implemented without notice nor apology.”

        Lol… Wishful thinking at best!

        • You read but don’t comprehend my comment, FQ.

          Little hint. Why do you think the NWO has dedicated so much effort to purging those “dreadful” Middle Classes” from their ranks? Once thinking on those lines you have to ask the question, “70% of what”?

          You cannot intellectualise with a fog horn!

          • From Québec says:

            I still don’t know what you mean, Can you be more specific?

          • Has your “cover” been blown, FQ?

            You claim to understand Jon’s posts about the imagination, but when called on, you can’t produce….

          • From Québec says:

            Has your “cover” been blown, FQ?
            You claim to understand Jon’s posts about the imagination, but when called on, you can’t produce…. (Ozzie)

            No, rest assure, my cover is bullet proof.

            It is because of the way you write, It is not clear to me what you are really saying:

            What do you mean by the 70% unplugged?

            – Do you mean that if 70% do not vote anymore and do not care, that the government will crumble?
            If that is what you meant, I do not think so. That should, on the contrary, make the government very happy, because it would make it much easier for them, to rig the elections.

            – Or do you mean that if 70% are mad as hell, that they will start a Civil War?
            If so, they would then be very, very, very happy. Because this is what they want a Civil War, They could then install Martial Law, it would make it very easy for them,by doing so, to bring their NWO. Meanwhile, they would hide in their bunkers or run to their oversea read-outs somewhere, while you will be exterminated by the poison gas that they will have let loose on your country.

            What in the world do you mean by your 70%?

          • FQ, you are thinking one dimensionally. I would need encyclopaedic real estate to give you the full answer. Who really leads the masses? Is it the government and its narcissistic propaganda machine or something else?

            Are the people mindless zombies or do they tune in/out of political frequencies?

            The lower you go, you will find PEER GROUPS drive “thinking”, but who are the peer drivers? Certainly not governments and mindless propaganda but that has an “effect”. Those are obstacles the ocean of minions tolerate or avoid or parasite off. If you work out who the peers are, you will have identified the problem the globalists face, but I’m not going to reveal the answer here; their great fear.

            On the other hand, I might let something slip on Ozzie Thinker in a weak moment, but only the brave or the desperate visit my blog, so the forces of evil are safe, I guess….!

  10. Elzada says:

    I sort of fell for his outbursts in the very beginning but as to date am being quite a bit fed up with his rancor, thanks.

  11. Harold says:

    Trump may be a wild cannon …Trump certainly has a wild press … can you believe your own self ??? But like it, or not, this candidate is the one most
    likely to ‘Break-the-Glass’ on the wrong direction the US is taking !

  12. From Québec says:

    It’s so much easier not to vote, to just sit back at home, and do nothing. It’s much more difficult to engage in the election process, to get in the fight and expose and kick out the stupidity, the incompetence and the corruption in governments.

    That is what Donald Trump is trying to do. Do you really think he as nothing better to do with his life? He’s rich, has a very nice family, a great business, he could travel, play golf, whatever pleases him.

    But, even though he knows very well, that he is deeply upsetting the establishment, he is conscious that he could be killed at any time, Sure, he has security people all around him protecting him, but, so did JFK.

    Still, he chooses to stay in the fight and tries to make America great again. That doesn’t mean that he will succeed, but at least he will have tried.

    Compared to a non-voter sitting comfortably at home, doing nothing, having nothing to worry about, Trump is a true hero!

    Kudos to the Donald!

  13. From Québec says:


    I’m not referring to you Ozzie, when I’m talking about non-voters, because I know that you have a website and that you are doing some good.

    I’m talking about all the other non-voters who don’t give a damn about anything.

    And, by the way, Ozzie, just for fun, I’ve searched the web to see what would happen if nobody would vote. I came out with these different answers:

    1- The President would then be decided by a vote of the state delegations (50 of them) in the House and the Vice President would be decided by the Senate.

    2- In response to something like this the United States would likely adopt a Parliamentary system so something like this would never happen again.

    3- The State legislators would choose the electors.
    After all you are voting for the electors not the candidates.

    4- If the electoral college was prohibited from convening because of the lack of votes, it would probably be treated as a “tie” and then the House of Representatives would vote for the next president, as they would in a tie of electoral college votes.

    • bunny says:

      I recall reading in this blog the solution to this mess was for *all of us* to not vote. A novel and improbable idea from the brilliance behind the blog.

      • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

        Whatever the future has for our country, we must do what’s right…and that means read and care and vote….and pray!

        • arcadia11 says:

          i would say that withdrawing support from an irreparably corrupt system is doing what is right.

          and we are creating that future as we go..

          • From Québec says:

            I fully disagree with you.

            Never give up, stand firm and fix the system, don’t be sore losers.
            If you cannot fix your present problem, believe me, you will not be able to fix your future problem.

  14. From Québec says:

    Oh boy! Since we are into politics, here is a video that just pop-up today on YouTube, and Alex Jones showed it in his Sunday Edition of the Alex Jones Show. I knew that Cruz wasn’t a man to be trusted, just by looking at his face. and I guess I was right again.

    Video of the Republican presidential candidate back when he was 18…….Cruz goes on to say, “My aspiration is to, uh, oh I don’t know, be in a teen tit film like that guy who played Horatio. You know he was in Malibu Bikini Beach Shop.” …. “Take over the world, world domination, you know, rule everything, rich and powerful, that sort of stuff.

    Now, some people will say that he was kidding. I don’t think so. Remember Obama, in his book “Dreams of my Father”, he said that all of his life, he wanted to become the U.S. President.

    A tyrannical personnality doesn’t appear spontaneously when they are in their thirties or forties, it appears as soon as they are born. Cruz is hungry for power. Trump is not. When, and if he manages to clean the corruption in the government, he will quietly go away and do things he likes like golfing.

    VIDEO – Ted Cruz Wants World Domination Take Over the World

  15. Ok then…I’m…touched, the sudden outpouring of sentiment from so many commenters, in a earlier post for me to stick around, and keep on participating… that I am a troll among other french trolls and one half bred leprechaun working unanimously in english not in french toward a semblance of FREE and critical thought, and possibly getting closer to an a truth. It’s a tough job but somebody’s got to do it.

    F Q : How many of the eligible voters in America put Obama into power? You would be surprised. There has been a steady decline in voters turnout, up to and including his (Obama’s) election as POTUS. People were waking up to the complete fraud of politics; “We can only have one Michael Jackson or Clint Eastwood vote, all others are fraudulent counterfeit and so nil and void; these punch holes in these voter cards are not completely punched out, so they are a spoiled votes, Gee dubleya is POTUS again; voting stations unreasonably placed out of reach of poverty-stricken voters, etc, fraud ad nauseam.”. Now with an electronic voting system. That is a situation ripe for the easy hacking. The vote is rigged FQ it always has been. They always find new and improved ways to beat it.

    “It’s so much easier not to vote, to just sit back at home, and do nothing. It’s much more difficult to engage in the election process, to get in the fight and expose and kick out the stupidity, the incompetence and the corruption in governments.” -FQ

    So what you are saying is the collective is much more important than the individual; to engage in the collective voting process is much more satisfying than for one to remain at home living their own life free from idol worship of politicians. Living their own reality than partaking in the blatherings of the Donald Trumps, Alex Jones of the world, of course they go always put on the soaps and become completely fucking brain-dead.

    You are a walking contradiction, to espouse individuality but yet bow down and cow to your demigod Donald Trump. You parrot constantly what is said about him, without thinking for yourself. He is a billionaire trying to get into a trillionaires club. It’s the last great campaign for El Donald life. The one thing he has not achieved so far, so don’t give me this altruistic bullshit that he cares. Donald Trump is a phony self center narcist, he is not intelligent enough to know why the world is suffering under all this evil.

    If Jon writes an article, you seem to find a clue in that, that he always speaking in some way about Donald Trump, and so you insert 500 words incessantly blathering on about Donald’s rump.

    You are a propagandist, the ease you show at placing Donald Trump’s name in the same sentence with JFK. Or a snipper of a YouTube from the AJ channel. Trump is closer to Ronald McDonald than a JFK.

    In a sense ‘mon petit chou’, officials are forced on an unsuspecting public, when they ( the public ) are voting for the least among how many evils? Trump makes Hillary look like an angel in light of war-mongering as an item on the President’s “to do” list. His racism, his misogyny, his narcissistic big mouth; his age-old tire America is the greatest country in the world. Get it straight, Trump is working for the Clintons FQ.

    Ask yourself why Hillary was literally unopposed in the last Democratic Debate?
    Why are there so few Democrats running? Why so many Republicans? Why is Donald stealing the Republican majority? How much media time is given to Donald Trump as to other Candidates?
    Why was the Democratic debate on at such a weird time, channel, when everybody was Xmas shopping?
    Why is MSM suppressing articles written about her crimes…the emails?
    Why wasn’t she not indicted for the emails?
    And why is MSM not giving Bernie Sanders the same political coverage?
    He is the Ron Paul in this election, frozen out.
    And Hillary covets his popularity with young professional women.

    Trump is doing exactly what he supposed to do, granted illusions of grandeur seem to be crossing his ego centric megalamaniacal little mind. There’s a glint of “I could be a contender” in those narcissistic eyes, but I am sure he will be brought back into line closer to election time. If there isn’t a scripted crash and burn for him.

    Is it also scripted that Trump become a third-party candidate; he is splitting the vote? It seems his own party want him gone. That would lessen the number of votes needed for a Hillary win, would it not? Obama got in on just over 16 %.

    But Trump serves an ulterior motive to get the extremists in an American voter back to voting. His outrageousness is bringing a dangerous unwanted voting element into the next vote for POTUS. And fracturing party lines. And that is a dangerous thing, because now, we have people voting on the vice of a candidate rather than an if that candidate is qualified to actually be POTUS. Voters are voting for blatantly racist reasons. The spite voter. But the whole point is to get voters to vote because there are so many candidates.

    The real government is a shadow government. The POTUS is a figure-head. 

    Putin likes Trump…because he is incompetent, he humiliates and buffoons America in front of the world, in front of leaders who cannot tolerate him (Trump) seriously as a world-class leader and diplomat.

    Power looks like it is entering into the most unlikely of hands, a trailer park majority. There is a growing danger in the American public mind, that a Nuclear war is survivable.

    Britain among other nations is trying to ban Trump from speaking in England, because they consider what he says as hate speech, and they wish to do this without it seeming like censorship.
    If anything Trump is a shit disturber, stirring up the complacent knee jerk voter, throwing gasoline on the fire of their hatred, their racism, and bigotry.

    But, the script is writing itself for the Red Queen’s entrance.
    You have to remember their ever so successful Hegelian dialectic of Problem/Reaction/Solution. You have to think about the solution here, not the problem or the reaction.
    Donald is creating the problem, the reaction isn’t fully comprehended, Hillary will be the solution.

    Trump is rich man but he has never been allowed entrance into that upper level of blue blood Trillionaires, he is now in financial difficulty, and that information is suppressed.
    Playing this part services that impedance for Sir Donald, if he goes of script they will bankrupt him, and destroy him.
    Staying on script gains huge favor from the Clintons. You see the Clintons are a tag team, you get two for the price of one, whither you like it or not.
    Trump gains entrance into a realm of the obscenely wealthy and powerful.
    Maybe even get an ambassadorship, like Kerry did, and a real chip in the big game. The Bilderburg game, the blue blood game.

    • arcadia11 says:

      a grand entrance, michael : – )
      and well-said.

      still – i cannot help but notice how
      much apolitical attention is being directed
      to political candidates.


    • From Québec says:

      LOL… Welcome back Michael. Good to see you here again. I like to debate with you, we have such different views. It’s interesting.

      To answer your post, read my new post on Jon’s new article of the day:
      “Since when is limiting immigration a crime?”

      I don’t know if it has already appeared on the site right now, but it will eventually, so don’t miss it.

    • Well, Michael, this is stuff I could listen to all day.

      Yes, yes, yes The Donald and The Ronald are a match made in heaven. Can he spell JFK?

      Look out for my next Ozzie Thinker post, which, in part, is a response to that French-Canadian tornado we know so well. Here is a preview (probably will be edited by the time I release it):

      “She, bless her heart, could not comprehend that US government was dead. It has become an irredeemable anathema. Her compulsions were so engrained, I did not have the conscience to present a clear cut, no bones analogy which absolutely lances the boil we call government. Fortunately she doesn’t visit my blog; what, Alex Jones here!!!!!!? So please keep this to yourselves. Let us take one of those humble corporations as the example. We’ll call our example Forbes Motor Company. Our beloved corporation was established so long ago, pirates still roamed the seven seas. At the start they produced motor cars that, initially, were functional, but then seemed to get better and better over time. The original management had a thirty year tenure and while they were around people had nothing bad to say about Forbes Motor Company.

      The response from the public had been overwhelming. Just about everyone owned and drove one of these motor cars. There was, can I say, a vote of confidence in the Forbes Motor Company. But after that glorious thirty year tenure and successive changed management regimes eager for profits, mostly to the detriment of due diligence (there’s a metaphor here *wink*), within seven generations of the original owners, the Forbes Motor Company had such an impaired reputation, it made no sales. So what happened to Forbes Motor Company? Did they put yet more greedy, pernicious parasites in control to rehash failed ethics? Did the people raise a float (nother metaphor) to keep the company in business because they could not function without it? Were the people going to do anything more than pay lip service to the current Forbes Motor Company, whilst perennially rueing about the past? No they trashed it. They put it out of business; out with the garbage. That, my friends, is what has happened to government. It is dead and must be put out to pasture to herald a new system to start from scratch. A new motor company with scruples captured the market Forbes lost…..”

      Welcome back 🙂

      • From Québec says:

        “Were the people going to do anything more than pay lip service to the current Forbes Motor Company, whilst perennially rueing about the past? No they trashed it. They put it out of business; out with the garbage. That, my friends, is what has happened to government. It is dead and must be put out to pasture to herald a new system to start from scratch. A new motor company with scruples captured the market Forbes lost…..” (Ozzie)

        But, Ozzie, admit that the people still needed cars. And a new company came along doing also cars. So, you do agree with me. Your government is corrupt, so elect a new one. a new leader that will fired the corrupted ones. Trump should be good at doing that. Remeber, his favorite words: “You’re fired”… lol

        • No no, FQ

          Your government is a corporation, the 1868 charter ensured that (and its toxic 14th amendment). Shut it down and start up a new “car” company.

          If “the people” feel The Donald is worthy, doubtlessly he will lead……?

    • karl says:

      Well said sir. I think you have laid out the game quite accurately

  16. CPP says:

    In response to an article in The Guardian called “Is Trump winning over ‘establishment’ with Iowa senator’s support?” a commenter going by “Pastor Burt” makes a detailed case arguing that Trump has been chosen as the Republican nominee.

    Here are some highlights:

    “…in 72 hours Donald Trump gained 10 percentage points, essentially ending any chance of Ted Cruz to win the Iowa Caucus.

    “What happened is that “the establishment” has essentially decided (a) that above all the party’s purpose and intent is to win in November, (b) that Ted Cruz as the nominee would sink the party, and (c) that Donald Trump is essentially the new Ronald Reagan politically who will lead the Republican Party to a commanding November victory. The Party has decided given existing polling that none of the other Republican candidates have demonstrated the political ability to lead the party to victory and that Cruz alone had the capacity to turn victory into defeat and had to be stopped immediately.

    “When I say “the establishment”, I do not mean merely the “established ruling class” Republicans, but rather all wings of the Republican party, including the Tea Party and apparently all at the same time. If this decision was not coordinated, then the probability of such seismic political events occurring in 24 hours between Tuesday and Wednesday coincidently and simultaneously appears all but mathematically impossible.

    “The seismic political events that occurred all came in Iowa in the form of three different endorsements from all three different segments of the Republican Party.

    “(1) THE LOCAL REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHMENT: The Governor of Iowa, Terry Branstad, the longest serving Republican governor in the United States, called Tuesday for the defeat of Ted Cruz in the Iowa Caucus, because of Cruz’s continuing opposition to ethanol manufactured by Iowa farmers.

    “(2) THE TEA PARTY ESTABLISHMENT: Again on Tuesday, Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican Vice Presidential candidate endorsed Donald Trump. Politically, Sarah Palin is like a rock star within the Tea Party, the grand dame of its very existence. The Tea Party essentially created Ted Cruz as a U.S. Senator sponsoring his election in Texas with the then vocal support of Sarah Palin, in 2012. Palin’s endorsement of Trump now, pulls the political rug out from under Cruz’s assertion that he is the conservative Republican’s only choice.

    “(3) THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHMENT: Wednesday, the 92-year-old former U.S. Senator from Kansas, Bob Dole likewise endorsed Trump for the Republican nomination. Bob Dole was loving referred to among Republican’s as “Mr. Republican” during his tenure in public office… No one alive today epitomizes the national Republican Party establishment, not even George Bush, more then Bob Dole. Bob Dole when interviewed stated, “If he’s (Cruz is) the nominee, we’re (the Republicans) going to have wholesale loses in Congress and state offices and governors and legislators.

    “So there you have it, spokesmen for the entire Republican Party – local, national, and the Tea Party – have all endorsed Donald Trump for the Republican nomination within 24 hours of each other. Iowans know these endorsers, respect them, and listened to them. Coming from these particular opinion leaders this was for Iowa politically shock and awe.

    “Trump is way ahead in both the New Hampshire and South Carolina polls for their primaries that then follow. Cruz will now win all but nothing. Usually endorsements today have very little effect on the outcome of campaigns in our age. This time in 2016, these three endorsements on January 19th and 20th have decided the Republican presidential nominee before even a single primary or caucus vote has even been caste.”

    Note that the Guardian article itself is refering to longtime senator Chuck Grassley, an additional Republican establishment figure not included in Pastor Burt’s analysis. The article is here:

    There’s another article out there juxtaposing Trump with the Davos crowd, “Davos Man Meets Donald Trump” by Pat Buchanan:

    Buchanan is a longtime insider and appears to play a kind of controlled opposition.

    The idea that Trump is somehow outside the purview of the globalists seems untenable to me. He’s getting too much support from people who are part of or closely connected with the ruling class system. Not to mention the amount of attention he’s gotten from the media all along. It’s a dog and pony show, even if there is a conflict of some kind between globalist factions behind it.

  17. From Québec says:

    I might be wrong, but I have a feeling that a lot of people hate Donald Trump because he’s rich, powerful and successful.

    They think like Obama: “If you have a business, you didn’t built that”…lol

    Trump’s father, gave him a LOAN of one million dollars to take the business in his hands, and he made it, all by himself to become a15 billion business. People don’t like that, they are envious. Plus, let’s admit it, they don’t like one individual to be so powerful, They think that, either he is a crook or just had luck. Snobish people, don’t want a regular guy to have success. They must have all sorts of PHD, be a doctor or a lawyer, or an architect or engineer. Hey! Trump is just a business man, a builder, he works with stupid lower class carpenters and he talks to the crowd like he would talk to a friend. Someting must be very wrong here, right?

    • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

      Because of the racketeering that perfected legal crime in economics, (made a state sanctioned behavior in the 80s), a whole generation has grown up with no concept of honest capitalism.
      The must be forgiven for their sad experience.

      But they also need educating. My great grandpa came here from Scotland penniless in 1859. Instead of joining the “glorious cause” he came to the South with a vision of the rebuilding that would be needed. He was 19. He became a stone and building contractor, building railroad bridges and municipal buildings all over the South…including the Old Red courthouse in Dallas.

      Financial integrity was a strong thing in my family. My Dad was horrified in 1970 by what was happening in American businesses.

  18. trudi jousson says:

    I’m stumped by that ending sentence “And that leaves Trump or any politician far behind.” It looks like NO one can do what “the people want” not even Trump? I thought he was our last chance or at least a stepping stone to “freedom” or liberty and a possible way out of the mire. Did I misunderstand the meaning of this narrative altogether?

  19. Reblogged this on John Barleycorn and commented:
    In a nutshell.

  20. From Québec says:


    Who really leads the masses? Is it the government and its narcissistic propaganda machine or something else? (Ozzie)

    Oh, I see now, or maybe I don’t …you are referring to the Zionists, aren’t you ? Your favorite conspiracy theory…lol

    Still, that does not explain what you meant by the 70% unplugged.

    Anyway, thank you for trying to your answer my question. But, since I am not on the verge to understand what you meant with your 70%.,do not bother answering back. It would just be a waste of time for both of us.

    I think, that it would be better for us to just agree to disagree on that subject.

    • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

      “Unplugged”? As long as these gadgets are put together by near slaves and the minerals in them are fought over in bloody wars, how can we pontificate about being enlightened from our own hypocritical pedestals?
      At the least we should be humble and meek using these things at all.

      • From Québec says:

        Thanks, Deanna. I like your explanation. If that was wath Ozzie meant by “Unplugged”? …. well, I fully agree with him.

        As for myself, I have no Wi-Fi gadgets, and I don’t want any. I still have a plugged in computer and plugged in phone.

      • @DJC

        Think carefully about what you have just said. Really THINK & don’t just go though the motions. The answer lies ahead of you.

  21. Nice try, FQ…..

    I do not refer to Zionists here. Only a deceptive propaganda spreader would split the thread in the way you have. In case you forgot, this was my reply:

    FQ, you are thinking one dimensionally. I would need encyclopaedic real estate to give you the full answer. Who really leads the masses? Is it the government and its narcissistic propaganda machine or something else?

    Are the people mindless zombies or do they tune in/out of political frequencies?

    The lower you go, you will find PEER GROUPS drive “thinking”, but who are the peer drivers? Certainly not governments and mindless propaganda but that has an “effect”. Those are obstacles the ocean of minions tolerate or avoid or parasite off. If you work out who the peers are, you will have identified the problem the globalists face, but I’m not going to reveal the answer here; their great fear.

    On the other hand, I might let something slip on Ozzie Thinker in a weak moment, but only the brave or the desperate visit my blog, so the forces of evil are safe, I guess….!

  22. JB says:

    Good grief. Can’t anyone recognize the tactics here? Are you all so young you have no historical perspective? Trump’s campaign is the comedy equivalent of the court jester. The whole purpose is to keep the audience–us, distracted from what the globalists are really doing. First thing they do is whip up artificial controversies to get people polarized, that have nothing to do with the real issues and objectives. Trump might get out of hand like Adolf, but that will eventually work into their objectives anyway. I’m surprised Jon, your going down this dead end.

    • @JB

      I have casually compared Trump to the old court jester in writings, excepts the real ones were “cultured” (something Trump is not). If you read Jon’s posts carefully, he conveys your precise opinion. He does not echo propaganda like other writers and certain prolific commenters here,

  23. g8way2k says:

    I have a problem with this ideology. The so-called Globalists, (The powers that be) can have Obama as a puppet, but see Trump as problematic? Let’s face it people, for those of us who believe a “shadow government” exists, have to believe that whoever sits in the Oval Office will conform to the Globalists whim(s). If we are to entertain the jist of this article, Obama would pose as a great example. Problem candidates will not assume the office….period. Make no mistake, I’m a Trump fan far and away. It’s my contention that if ‘we the people’ really do have a vote…a say-so as to who occupies the White House, then “The Donald” will prevail and obtain the highest office in the land, and have one hell of a job in front of him. But if “K”illary occupies that space, many with a lick of common sense will realize that “The Globalists” have spoken.

    • @g8way2k

      A lot of people had a lot of faith in delivering the “fix” after bush’s monstrous term. History has affirmed his critics . In practicality, he has implemented none of the “solutions” he promised. Trump will have no choice but to toe the line. Therefore it is unlikely he will make office, whether “voted in” or not.

      In effect the American “democracy” has become a revolving dictatorship and with the outsourcing of the constitution to the United Nations (bringing law of Sea onto the land. Watch out for Mr Putin!) and toxic legislation, such as the Patriot Act, leaves little room to move for inspired leaders.

      The system is “cooked” and voters are prawns waiting to be served.

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