I’m going rogue for this piece. I want to talk about some things that will undoubtedly ruffle at least a few readers’ feathers and probably vex the ‘anyone but Trump’ crowd. To borrow from the hashtag-lingo calling card of the courageous and fearlessly honest Steven Crowder, “#SorryNotSorry.”
We are in the midst of arguably the most important election cycle since the founding of our country, and everything should be on the table for discussion. Our First Amendment is under assault 24/7, and I for one feel the need to flex it like a muscle while I still can – as well as the rest of my Constitutionally-protected rights.
So, I encourage readers to open your minds, suspend your cognitive dissonance in carbonite for 15 minutes, and allow me to share with you my OPINION – because, when boiled down to their essence, politics and political commentary are fundamentally matters of opinion, shaped by personal experience. As unique, individual analysts of information, we all have to remember that even ‘facts’ are rarely unfettered by influence – ever played ‘Telephone’ or discussed ‘anthropogenic global warming’ with a devotee?
Preface: I grew up in a highly politically-operative household. As a child, I was privy to the early years of Rush Limbaugh’s syndicated radio program on a daily basis. My folks were very active locally and on the national scene. While out on the presidential campaign trail in 2000, Pat Buchanan brought his staff to our house in Oklahoma for breakfast. We were friends with Alan Keyes. My mom is a battle-hardened conservative journalist and activist – she was even one of Buchanan’s delegates at the 1992 GOP convention in Houston. My father was a member of the John Birch Society. We attended rallies. We went to war with the authoritarian Left whenever necessary.
To put it bluntly, I have deep roots in ‘conservatism,’ from which I have never strayed, so I couldn’t care less who questions them. I have also evolved from those foundations into a class of my own, and continue to do so. Some might call me ‘conservatarian’ or perhaps ‘paleoconservative’ – I don’t really concern myself with labels, but these are my bona fides on display for reference.
I am also a faithful Truth-seeker. I sneer at the CIA-generated term ‘conspiracy theorist’ when used derogatorily – it’s as repulsive and disingenuous to me as the counterfeit slur of ‘Islamophobe.’ When it comes to the realities of life, especially as they pertain to sinister governmental and globalist agendas, the truth is always stranger than fiction. “In a time of universal deceit,” it is our preeminent duty to question everything with applied discernment and expansive judgment.
Now, on to the main course!
Since well before Donald Trump ever announced himself as a candidate and submitted his financials, I have been keeping an eye on his progress. I was blogging about the formation of his exploratory committee back in March of 2015. I’ve had an instinctive feeling about the man.
And then Trump officially declared.
He enlightened the packed house at Trump Tower about how our nation “never wins any more.” He boldly talked about murderous, drug-running, raping Hispanic illegals. He exposed the multi-trillion dollar trade deficits from which hard-line socialist regimes like China and Mexico have prospered over the years – at the expense of the American work force and wages. He reminded us of the incomprehensible amounts of tax dollars and American lives being frivolously fed into the U.S.-led operations of War INC. in Third World hellholes like Afghanistan and Iraq – but for what? These countries, and their surrounding regions, are in shambles – and so are our borders, Bill of Rights, finances, infrastructure, national security, etc. The ‘war on terror’ is an utter, phony, indefensible failure, and the United States has only seen negative benefit from it.
Donald Trump spoke plainly. He spoke the Truth. And I was energized.
“We don’t have time to be politically correct… Our country is in serious, serious trouble.” – Trump
Americans are sick of ‘The Establishment,’ and we are mobilizing en masse to prove it. Most of us are itching to throw them out of office, and many would love to see them sent to jail and tried for various high-level crimes and treason. This is a revolutionary movement that is taking place across the West.
Unfortunately for Europeans, they are a little late to the game, and will probably have to go to war to take back their rights and land – if it’s even still feasible. But they are mounting a real resistance. They are marching in the streets by the tens of thousands. They are forming vigilante groups. They are dragging their corrupt politicians into the light and literally chucking them into dumpsters. The ‘presstitutes’ are actively hiding this phenomenon to protect the goals of the government-media complex, but even prominent whistleblowers are coming forward to expose the fraud. In the United States, we at least have a LITTLE more breathing room than Europeans – but the remaining air is being sucked out rapidly.
The Establishment is a twisted web of venomous snakes. The multi-cranial center of the hydra can be more accurately associated with the likes of George Soros and David Rockefeller than the Barack Obamas or Angela ‘Merkels’ of the world. One might say John Boehner or Nancy Pelosi are ‘Establishment’ – and they would be correct, but they are simply savage, self-serving pawns with many layers of hierarchy above them. Many mainline conservatives are traditionally unwilling to climb too much further up into the branches of the Establishment sequoia tree, and I believe, for this reason (amongst others) they cannot necessarily grasp the full potential of Trump.
“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.” – David Rockefeller, Memoirs
I conjecture that Donald Trump, being a member of the ‘Elite’ social stratum, has himself gone rogue. While the rest of the candidates are generally checking off the wish lists of their donor class masters (Hillary seems to exist somewhere between these two levels of power), Trump is at war with his contemporaries. In the last few weeks, he has gone toe-to-toe with Barack Obama, Pope Francis, the Bush dynasty, and Apple – to name just a few.
Ultimately, Trump knows it is the global elite who have pried our borders wide open. He knows it is THEY who are responsible for the tens of millions of Third Worlders pouring into our nations. He knows that THEY are the monsters who need the world to be constantly at war. He knows THEY are radically altering our food supply with GMOs and poisonous chemicals. He knows THEY are responsible for poisoning our drinking water, filling our skies and air supplies with toxic waste, genociding our unborn children, collecting data on all citizens to implement the Orwellian police state, forcing poison into our babies’ veins – and soon the rest of us, redistributing what remains of our wealth under the guises of ‘saving the planet’ or ‘refugee aid,’ allowing and funding the ISIS Islamofascists to decimate places like Syria and Iraq in Satanic fashion, promoting the psychotic Social Justice Warriors to goose-step all over our religious liberties and gender-privacy in school bathrooms. If there is a societal cancer metastasizing somewhere, it can usually be traced back to the same sources.
Also, Donald Trump knows that we have been lied to about what really happened on September 11, 2001 – and he wants to help us all uncover the Truth. During one of his classic clobberings of Jeb Bush at December’s GOP debate, he obliquely reminded viewers that President Bush had allowed two dozen members of the Bin Laden family to be whisked away, via airplane, to Saudi Arabia from many U.S. cities – despite all other flights being grounded at that time. This was like a microcosm of the entire Trump campaign: way over most heads, but excitedly observed and noted by those of us who have done our homework.
Last week, the gauntlet was thrown down: Trump told the attendees of a campaign event that if he was elected president, Americans would ‘find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center.’ He also spoke of ‘secret documents’ that would provide this information. Clearly, he was referencing the 28 pages that were redacted from the Joint Congressional Inquiry into the 9/11 attacks.
Cue media hysteria – including from conservative figureheads like Mark Levin and the petty gaggle at National Review. They immediately began calling him a ‘radical kook’ and a liar. Why are these ‘great patriots’ and ‘Emperors of American Conservatism’ so in-the-tank for the Bushes, Dick Cheney, and the rest of their anti-American neocon operatives, whose imperialistic objectives can be easily traced back to their think-tanks, like the ‘Project for the New American Century?’ Why don’t they question the 9-11 narrative, when it is so blatantly a lie? Why don’t they wonder about our invasions of Afghanistan or Iraq – when the majority of the 9-11 hijackers were Saudi Arabian? Have you ever seen Osama Bin Laden’s obituary on Fox News – from 2001? What’s that all about?
Uncomfortable yet? Good.
Trump is setting depth charges right now. He is inviting the Establishment and their media lackeys to come after him. He has been arming traps, and whether they know this or not, they can’t help themselves but dive into them. He is on a self-destructive expedition to expose the Truth and unite the People – and he is prepared to die in the process. This is a special calling for a special kind of person, and for this reason, many folks can’t even begin to wrap their heads around it.
Ronald Reagan’s landslide carried him into the White House – because the American public voted with their guts. He wanted to ‘Make America Great Again’ – then ‘someone’ tried to kill him. John F. Kennedy was on a similarly self-endangering mission – just listen to his ‘Secret Societies’ speech. Martin Luther King Jr. was uniting blacks and whites in a manner that was creating a force that threatened ‘The Agenda’ – balkanization of American ethnicities, perpetual economic and cultural subjugation of minorities, pressurized Cloward-Piven time-bombs… When trillions of dollars and control of the most powerful nation in the world are at stake, all bets are off the table. See: Antonin Scalia.
There is only one other man with the visibility of Trump who is drawing attention to the globalist agenda – Vladimir Putin. And that makes the Elites very uneasy. They are both shining light into dark places, and as the cockroaches scuttle out into view, more and more people are taking notice and waking up. They both also have a mutual respect for each other, which would really throw a monkey wrench into the endless provocation of Russia by Western war-hawks.
I firmly believe that diabolical social architects have been meticulously deleting healthy skepticism from the collective semi-consciousness for many decades. They have weaponized the public schools, media, culture, entertainment, and other forms of propaganda to their advantage – these tactics are nothing new. A herd of complacent, collectivist sheep are far easier to control than a civilization of free thinkers. Trump, like Putin, is helping his countrymen to break these chains at unparalleled speed, and the marionettes in the upper echelons of power are terrified.
I’ve spent a lot of time examining the pros and cons of Trump. I realize his record is all over the place – but he has been on both sides of the coin, with an unflinching, genuine love for America on full display at all times. He’s also been a deal-making billionaire in the public eye for nearly as long as most of the GOP candidates have been alive. I know how much I’ve evolved, even in the last three years – and I don’t even have kids, so I’ll cut the man some slack.
I’ve reviewed hours of interviews with his exploratory committee head, and now ‘shadow’ campaign adviser, Roger Stone. He is a Grade A patriot and fountain of knowledge acquired since his days as a devout Barry Goldwater supporter, and on through his involvement in 8 presidential campaigns – including those of Ronald Reagan and libertarian hero, Gary Johnson. He has also been Trump’s close friend and confidant for nearly 40 years. He is the smaller yin to Donald’s larger yang. He has even gone so far as to speak of Trump’s personal desire to audit the Federal Reserve and return to the gold standard. The possibilities are endless – let yourself dream guiltlessly for a moment, if you dare.
“The people that really like me are the taxi drivers and the workers. Wealthy people don’t like me because I am competing against them – and I like to win… I’m a Republican because I just believe in certain principles of the Republican party.” – Trump, 1988
I’ve also learned a lot from media insiders who have direct contact with the Trump campaign and are privy to the ‘inside baseball.’ I fully believe in ‘Come to Jesus’ moments whence the attitudes of grown men metamorphosize, like a butterfly exiting the cocoon. I am convinced that Trump has experienced one of those transformations, after essentially being ‘drafted’ to spearhead this New American Revolution. It is my understanding that he first refused, but after a week of solitude and long walks in deep introspection, he agreed to assume his position as General.
Many of my political and cultural heroes feel as strongly as I do, and this encourages me, as it does millions of other Americans. It reminds me that my compass is working just fine, and in sync with great minds. The growing flock of highly-reputable, highly-informed patriot warriors who have either fully endorsed Trump, come valiantly to his defense, or at minimum, declared him as the ‘best of the pack’ is astounding.
A short list of Trump’s endorsements and high praise comes from a diverse pool that includes: the ‘godmother’ of American conservatism, Phyllis Schlafly, who has declared him, “the only hope to defeat the Kingmakers”; Breitbart head writers John Nolte and Milo Yiannopoulos; Pat Buchanan; founder of World Net Daily, Joseph Farrah, and his top investigative journalist and author, Jerome Corsi; ex-Clinton insider (and now staunch antagonist), Larry Nichols; ex-international crisis manager and hostage negotiator for the State Department, Dr. Steve Pieczenik; media powerhouse, Alex Jones; talk radio titan and best-selling author, Michael Savage; Stefan Molyneux, Truth-seeker and non-partisan host of the world’s most popular philosophy show (his dismantling of nearly every media kerfuffle since the start of Trump’s campaign is a masterpiece, posted below); America’s Sheriff, Joe Arpaio; best-selling author and immigration fanatic, Ann Coulter; rocker and political activist, Ted Nugent; top immigration expert in the Senate, Jeff Sessions; Fox News stars Judge Jeanine Pirro and Jesse Watters; ex-Minnesota governor, Jesse Ventura; the great patriots at VDARE; and the list goes on.
I am consistently surprised by the sundry backgrounds and philosophies of people I meet who support Trump.
Americans already owe so much to Trump for the awakening he has triggered across the land. Politicians are being forced to talk about our open borders, the poison that is unbridled Muslim immigration – and their jubilant response to the Twin Towers coming down, rigged debate audiences, John McCain’s sordid record of sabotaging fellow soldiers, the Clinton’s criminal war on women, Jeb Bush’s utter lack of energy or fortitude (I would argue that Trump was the dominating factor in knocking Jeb out of the race – We the People finished him off), Obama’s lack of a proper birth certificate, malicious media bias, foreign currency manipulation, corporate inversions, our deteriorating military and totally mismanaged/corrupted defense spending, barbaric neglect of our wonderful veterans, our evaporating economy – which is as much a result of mainline Bush Republicanism, as it is creeping socialism.
Personally, I don’t care much for the current ‘Republican/conservative’ tent. It has been overrun and over-crowded, with room even for Eric Cantor, Lindsay Graham, and the Bush family – talk about a perversion of language. If you are working towards the internationalization of the United States, you are no friend of mine, no matter what phony shield you hide behind.
“After the judges and tax cuts, what is there about Bush that is conservative? His foreign policy is Wilsonian. His trade policy is pure FDR. His spending is LBJ all the way. His amnesty for illegals is Teddy Kennedy’s policy… In smearing as nativists, protectionists and isolationists those who wish to stop the invasion, halt the export of factories and jobs to Asia, and stop the unnecessary wars, Bush is attacking the last true conservatives in his party.” – Buchanan
When Trump, the ferocious lion, roars into the face of Evil, watered-down mainstream America whines, “He’s too loud. He’s too rude. He’s too aggressive.” I would say to them: “You’ve never been on a battlefield with the most powerful people on the planet, so I don’t expect you to understand.” But Trump does understand, and he is flying almost solo, so he has to be ‘larger than life.’ No other approach would be substantially effective at this late hour in the war against creeping tyranny and the deeply entrenched Establishment.
The wolf pack of presidential candidates are sitting at the chess boards provided to them by their political parties and handlers, making a single move at a time. Meanwhile, Trump is storming through the rest of a vast game room populated by players like the EneMedia, heads of state, religious leaders, Islamic mouthpieces, and various other anti-American juggernauts. He’s delivering calculated, preemptive strikes at lightning speed, smashing the timer, and moving on to the next battle.
There has never been a campaign like Trump’s, and with good reason: Trump is at war. He is fighting for the country and its future, as well as his own life and family’s destiny. Ever wondered why he doesn’t button his suit jacket very often? Underneath it, he wears a bulletproof vest and often carries a firearm. We all saw what just happened to Justice Scalia. Nearly 80% of respondents to a Drudge Report poll believe foul play was involved. If they can get to the Justice, who is safe?
I am very comfortable with being wrong about this, because there is so little left to lose and so much at stake: Donald Trump is a true patriot – a wildcard with high upside potential, and he is on a mission to save the United States.