Dark Forces Behind Anti-Trumpism
America is a one-party state with two wings, its bipartisan supported rogue state agenda threatening world peace, its money controlled electoral process too corrupted to fix.
Democracy is pure fantasy. Voters have no say whatever. Party bosses complicit with Wall Street, war profiteers and other corporate interests decide who’ll be president, hold top congressional posts and be chosen for the nation’s courts, notably its highest.
Government in America serves its privileged class exclusively. No matter who succeeds Obama, the incumbent will follow tradition.
Trump is like the rest. His unorthodox style makes him appear different. He didn’t become a billionaire by being anti-establishment.
His one redeeming quality is he’s less likely to start WW III than Clinton. As a businessman, he’d rather make money than war, but make no mistake.
America has been at war internally and/or abroad every year in its history since before gaining independence from Britain notably post-9/11 in multiple theaters.
Trump won’t change a thing. Wars of aggression called democracy building and humanitarian intervention will continue at best maybe fewer in number than if Clinton succeeds Obama, the most recklessly pro-war US political operative in memory.
Power brokers oppose Trump because he sounds anti-establishment, unsure if they can entirely control him.
He’s used to being boss, likely unwilling to let others do his decision-making, the way Washington works.
Big money is mobilized to stop him. Protests targeting his rallies are staged. Paid operatives are involved.
Congressional Trump supporter Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) says they’re part of the “Democrat playbook There’s no question. These are paid protesters not a bunch of college kids showing up because they’ve got an issue here or there.”
A previous article explained longtime Democrat party supporter George Soros’ involvement, financing anti-Trump protests, planning disruptive actions in April.
Republican Big Money aims to derail him, perhaps part of a bipartisan effort. Reports suggest people are being paid to protest.