posted on May, 15 2016 @ 10:31 AM
First of all, let me make my allegiances clear. I am no fan of the current administration, absolutly opposed to Hillary Clinton's existence outside a
Federal Correctional Institute, and no great fan of Donald Trump. My current, past, and expected future political affiliation is 'Independant'.
This post is based on my observations of the events which have been occurring during the last year or so, combined with (I believe) a deep
understanding of the goals and ambitions of those within the halls of political power and my past experiences with human behavior in general. It is
NOT based on any agenda or personal desire; my only agenda, which I have cemented over the last couple of years, is to be able to watch the coming
social apocalypse from a nice safe recliner without undue concern for myself and my family.
The personalities involved, Clinton, Trump, and Obama, are not by any means unknown to even the most casual political observer. Clinton has a raging
thirst for power, and an entitlement mentality that echoes the mentality of rulers throughout recorded history. She believes she is superior to those
around her, and that anyone who dares question that superiority is obviously a troublemaker who should be purged from society. She is above the law,
as she is the one who should be making the law instead of following it in order to maintain a stable existence for those pitiful creatures beneath
Trump is a businessman, somewhat successful, but more due to his brashness and competitive drive than to some assumed genius in marketing. He is also
blessed/cursed with an entitlement mentality, but to a lesser extent than the other two individuals involved. His sense of entitlement is driven not
by assumptions of birthright, but by success as measured by financial status. He does not think politically, but rather pragmatically. He also is used
to getting his way, primarily due to his ability to negotiate (typically from a position of strength).
Obama is, and has been during his national political career, a rebel in search of a cause. His goal at this time is twofold: to implement as much of
his agenda as possible in the time he has left in office, and to protect the 'advances' he has implemented from his successors. He understands that
time is the true cement of society. Policies left in place long enough become socially-accepted norms, resistant to overturn, while policies not in
place for long enough are fragile toward political vagrancies. Like Clinton, he has a birthright entitlement mentality, but he also has a cultural
It is now obvious that Clinton violated legal requirements concerning her email server, and that she has gone to great extents to cover up some of her
activities concerning Bengazzi. What those activities are, I am not sure. Yet, she seems to be immune from prosecution for those legal violations.
Trump has operated a campaign that would have resulted in anyone else being driven out of the country - from hasty statements to outright media
baiting, to body language that is confrontational - yet his popularity steadily increases. I have seen this phenomenon many times in my life, and such
momentum is typically a true juggernaught... unstoppable in all but the very long term.
Clinton's purpose is to allow Obama's policies to cement safely into society, just as George H. W. Bush's purpose was to allow Reagan's policies
to cement. Obama got the difficult policies in place, so all she has to do is win and relax while she enjoys the power trip. Obviously, an indictment
would make that impossible, so she is being protected. Trump was not supposed to be a part of the equation; as a major contributor (to both parties),
he was allowed to enter the race for nomination to placate him. Everyone in the RNC expected him to flop early and crawl back into his 'proper
place' as a funding source. I believe Bush was slated to be the nominee.
That didn't happen.
The media is adept at tripping up politicians; they have been doing it for a very long time. This time, every attempt to trip up Trump has resulted in
a nasty fall for the tripper instead. Now Trump is the presumptive nominee and the Clinton campaign is running scared. Ignore the polls that show her
ahead; she is facing an unstoppable force and knows it. Witness as an example the Trump rally protests: protestors are acting criminal to disrupt
Trump, while carrying Bernie signs. Now, Bernie isn't dumb. He knows well better than to organize a violent movement overtly. The only other one who
stands to benefit from disrupting Trump while discrediting Sanders is... drum roll please... Clinton.
That's a lot of trouble and risk to go to if she isn't worried about her chances.
Her dismissal responses to Trump are another indication of concern. So why is she so worried? Let's remember the FBI investigation. It's been
hanging over her head during this whole process, and people in power generally don'the protect those who let them down. Clinton has much more to lose
than a political position should she lose.
My prediction is this: Clinton is safe for now (assuming Sanders doesn't pull a rabbit out of his hat at the last minute, which would surprise me).
But during the actual election cycle, when the Trump juggernaught overtakes her numbers, she will at some point be seen as a failure, unable to win
and stop Trump from becoming President, and will be indicted on felony charges for her actions as Secretary of State. This will put Trump over the top
for a Presidential victory. But Trump is not a politician and is not a puppet, so Obama will be forced to dispute the election as 'unfair' since
Trump will not have had a viable rival. Obama recently established a Presidential Transition Team by Executive Order with no real reason behind it
specified... could it be a hedge in case Clinton is thrown to the dogs?
I have heard accusations that Presidents would refuse to leave since Ford, and have learned to dismiss them. But this time around, there is more
grassroots anger, more governmental intrusion, more social engineering with more forceful methods and more obvious governmental corruption than at any
time in my memory.
I remember a few years ago in Western History class... we were studying the French Revolution, and every day I would have to look up at least once and
ask, "Are we talking about Revolutionary France, or Modern America?"
Come to think of it, the professor seemed to understand my confusion...
(back with a BS in Electrical Engineering)