The Return of the Orange Messiah
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As a Canadian observer of US politics, it is always hazardous stepping into the two-ring circus of daily political life south of the 49th Parallel. The Red vs Blue, Coke vs Pepsi chaos reminds me of the tag-team wrestling matches I used to watch as a kid. Everything would predictably get out of hand, and sometimes even the referee would start fighting.
But everyone knew it was only entertainment. Not so, with American politics. The American people actually take it seriously. Very seriously.
Pickup or Prius?
The reality is that the Democrats and the Republicans are two political cults with very different worldviews. It is the pickup truck crowd versus the Prius Hybrid crowd.
An intriguing choice of worldviews was offered in a survey conducted in 2016:
Donald Trump Republicans chose the first statement 80% of the time and Hillary Clinton Democrats chose the second statement 80% of the time. The Fear Factor is the defining issue for Republicans who view the world as a hostile place, full of real or imagined enemies. It makes sense that the average Republican would prefer a sturdy, reliable and utilitarian pickup truck.
The forward-looking and more optimistic Democrats prefer an electric vehicle that saves gas. The argument could also be made that the Democrats haven’t got a clue what is happening in the world, so they are unable to perceive any real or imagined threats. Ignorance is bliss.
Democrats are more likely to own a cat, while Republicans are more likely to be dog owners.
Another factor is the urban versus rural factor: The 2020 election exposed a sharp divide between rural/small-town voters—who overwhelmingly supported Republicans—and those in cities and suburbs, who voted for Democrats.
Republicans tend to be far more nationalistic than Democrats, and prefer an authoritarian leader. A beta male like Justin Trudeau would never get elected by Republicans if he was an American.
Back to the Orange Messiah, who promised the moon and delivered green cheese, Trump promised to Make America Great Again and Drain the Swamp, neither of which happened during his tumultuous four years in office. In fact, he enabled his handlers to push through an experimental medical product and then bragged about how he had saved millions of lives.
The lockdowns and mandates during Covid-19 produced a lot of right-wing anger, but most of the right-wing anger is reserved for Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and Anthony Fauci (among others.) But nobody blames Donald, despite the obvious fact it was his administration that engineered the medical coup. Operation Warp Speed gave $11 billion to 8 pharmaceutical companies. It seems the Trumpaholics will forgive him anything, as long as he keeps pouring his orange Kool Aid into their itching ears.
And we haven’t even gotten into the 91 criminal charges against him, nor the lawsuits alleging rape, nor his long time friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. Despite two impeachments, a failed coup, and the aforementioned plethora of lawsuits and indictments—somehow, or because of this notoriety—Donald Trump is on track to be president of the United States of America again. You just can’t make this stuff up.
World Economic Forum lunatic, and Klaus Schwab’s personal ego massager, Yuval Harari warns in a recent interview that Donald Trump winning the presidency will have major consequences: “It is likely to be the death of what remains of the Global Order.”
This is an outrageous statement. Trump did nothing to oppose the “Global Order.” All he did was provide balloons of hot air to inflate the ridiculous narrative that somehow:
A. He is not a globalist puppet
B. The WEF globalists don’t like him
C. He poses a threat to them
D. He damaged their agenda somehow
In his book Sapiens, Harari claims bleakly,
“As far as we can tell from a purely scientific viewpoint, human life has absolutely no meaning. Humans are the outcome of blind evolutionary processes that operate without goal or purpose. Our actions are not part of some divine cosmic plan, and if planet earth were to blow up tomorrow morning, the universe would probably keep going about its business as usual. As far as we can tell at this point, human subjectivity would not be missed. Hence any meaning that people inscribe to their lives is just a delusion.”
It seems people like lies better than the truth, because his book is still on the New York Times Bestsellers list. Although he is a historian, his book is not history. It is a narrative about history, that serves the sole purpose of reaching his final conclusion—that human beings need to self-evolve into super-humans through technology. If he weren’t an Israeli, I would be inclined to go on a rant about the Nazis’ Master Race ideology and the similarities with Harari’s racist ideology, but we digress.
Trump is a globalist stooge, just like Joe Biden, a card-carrying member of the Transnational Capitalist Class. (TCC)
You can read more about the TCC here:
Trump’s business holdings span multiple nations. He is the son of a billionaire, who grew up spoiled and privileged.
He gave massive tax breaks to his corporate pals. His 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act lowered the corporate income tax rate from 35% to 21% and cut other business taxes, costing about $1.9 trillion in lost revenue. This trickle down Trumponomics did nothing for the average voter who got him into office. Raising the minimum wage to $20 an hour would have done much more for the average Joe.
Wage subsidies could be given to small businesses. Retailers like Walmart and Amazon, who thrive off slave labour, should be forced to cough up some of their surplus profits that squeezed more blood from the stone of the working class. In a report, by the Brookings Institute, in November 2020: “We find that while top retail companies’ profits have soared during the pandemic, pay for their frontline workers—in most cases—has not. In total, the top retail companies in our analysis earned on average an extra $16.7 billion in profit this year compared to last—a stunning 40% increase—while stock prices are up an average of 33%.”
Did Trump address this issue? Nope.
The United States of America could easily divert some of their excessive military spending into providing interest free loans to new home owners, giving free university education, universal healthcare and so much more.
During the run up to the nomination for Republican nominee in 2016, I watched as the crude and bullying Donald Trump made non-stop racist, polarizing and derogatory remarks about a multitude of people. There is no way he could get elected, I thought. Boy was I wrong. I had a much higher opinion of Americans then.
Q: Why do Americans vote for this demented liar?
A: Because he tells them what they want to hear.
The Orange Psyop
It has been my theory for quite some time now, that Donald Trump is himself a psychological operation, designed and orchestrated by the same globalists he claims he is against. The QAnon movement is an extension of this CIA psyop, carefully planned to convince conservatives that Trump will save America.
The Davos club members are Transnational Capitalists, just like Trump. His open admiration of Schwab is apparent:
After winning the Iowa Caucus this week, he claimed, “Nikki and Crooked Joe are both backed by warmongers, left wing globalists, Wall Street millionaires and billionaires who crave to destroy the MAGA movement.”
This statement creates a narrative that there are no right wing globalists or right wing warmongers, that Donald is not a warmonger, nor a member of the Wall Street class. None of these things are true.
Trump’s number one contributor was the late Sheldon Aldelson, a Jewish billionaire who gave a $25 million donation to Trump's presidential campaign, on September 23, 2016, as part of a $65 million donation to the Republican electoral campaign for 2016. This made Adelson the biggest donor in either Republican or Democrat party, in the 2016 election cycle.
Adelson was the chief founder and donor of the Freedom Watch org, that lobbied for the Bush administration to continue bombing the Middle East into dust in the so-called Global War On Terror. Freedom Watch was created, in part, to counter George Soros’ MoveOn.org which vehemently opposed the war in Iraq. “A bunch of us activists kept watching MoveOn and its attacks on the war, and it just got to be obnoxious,” said Mr. Sembler, a friend of Vice President Dick Cheney. “We decided we needed to do something about this, because the conservative side was not responding.”
In case you were wondering if I’m a closet Democrat, it should be mentioned that the US military budget is virtually unanimous, year after year, from both sides of the duopoly. Also unanimous, is the support for Israel. Despite the massacre of over 30,000 civilians in Gaza, virtually all presidential candidates are stumping for more death and destruction, even Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
US Republican presidential candidates expressed their unwavering support for Israel in speeches to Jewish donors in Las Vegas. Support for Israel is a cornerstone of American politics. Chris Christie of New Jersey said at a Republican debate in November that if he were president, his message to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would be, “America is here, no matter what it is you need, at any time, to preserve the state of Israel.” He called support for Israel, “a fundamental part of American culture.”
Not to be outdone, Donald Trump bragged, “The United States will stand with Israel 100% - without hesitation, without qualification and without any apology. We're not going to be apologizing.” Trump later added he would sanction Iran and crack down on pro-Palestinian protests on U.S. campuses by deporting protestors.
During his presidency, Trump pushed US policy further in favour of Israel, moving the American embassy to Jerusalem and recognizing the country’s claims to Syria’s occupied Golan Heights. Trump’s Jewish son-in-law, Jared Kushner helped broker the so-called “Deal of the Century,” which was a failed peace plan that landed dead-on-arrival, primarily because the Palestinians were never consulted during the process.
In one of my previous posts, I dived deeper into the Mossad blackmail scam that was organized by Jeffrey Epstein:
The Orange Messiah is still the clear frontrunner for the Republican nomination, with Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley a distant second and third. During a speech in March of 2023, Trump lay claim to his followers’ messianic wish fulfilment: “In 2016, I declared: I am your voice. Today, I add: I am your warrior. I am your justice, and for those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution.”
I AM statements are central themes of Christianity. The fact that Trump has appropriated these sacred statements does not seem to phase his Christian followers. Trump is a sociopathic bully, a narcissist, a pathological liar, sexual predator, and conman. And those are his good qualities.
It was Jesus who warned of false messiahs, just for reference.
But wait, it gets worse. In a book entitled President Donald J. Trump, The Son of Man - The Christ, authored by Helgard Muller, the author claims that, “During the presidency of President Donald Trump, it became evident to me that the prophecies about the Son of Man, as predicted by Jesus in the Bible were, to a significant extent, fulfilled at the hands of Mr Trump. The Bible speaks about two different Christs, or Messiahs. Jesus, the Son of God is the one Christ, whereas the Son of Man is the other.”
Somebody smack me, I must be dreaming …
Forensic psychiatrist Bandy X. Lee was interviewed for a 2021 Scientific American article titled “The ‘Shared Psychosis’ of Donald Trump and His Loyalists. He dug deeper into Trump’s messiah-like influence over his followers. “Shared psychosis,” she noted, is also known as “‘folie à millions’ [‘madness for millions’] when occurring at the national level.”
Mass formation psychosis can infect any group of people.
Trump has created a Stockholm Syndrome with his followers. The “emotional bonds [he] has created facilitate shared psychosis at a massive scale. When a highly symptomatic individual is placed in an influential position, the person’s symptoms can spread through the population through emotional bonds, heightening existing pathologies and inducing delusions, paranoia and propensity for violence—even in previously healthy individuals.”
The real need for something or someone to stop all the madness in the world cannot be over stressed. The alternative community are desperate for solutions. The working class, who represent the bulk of Trump’s base, have taken the brunt of the Covid-19 mandates that destroyed thousands of businesses. Combined with that, the escalating cost of living crisis and the endless self-inflicting assault of negativity on Telegram, Facebook and Twitter is producing a paranoia of fear and alarm.
Yes, the world is in crisis. No, the world is not going to end.
As with all crises, no matter how insane:
THIS TOO SHALL PASS.
Nothing that happens in the world, not even the crash of empires, the collapse of civilizations, wars and rumours of wars, pandemics and pestilence—none of it can change your spiritual path nor the upward direction of your soul’s journey to eternity. Your enemies can kill, rape and steal everything, but no one can touch or harm the inner spirit that lives within. Your body will return to the ground from whence it came, ashes to ashes, dust to dust, but YOU are eternal and you will never perish, not in this life or the next.
Peace on Earth, Goodwill to all.
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