a reply to: dfnj2015
I think it's vital to keep an open mind.
I've taken a look at the other paradigm which is articulated best by Alex Jones of all people, and I've come to suspect that
It's possible, at least possible, even as we speak, at a very fundamental level the Republic is being freed from oppression and tyranny and is being
refreshed in a bloodless Revolution who's aim is an economic transformation in pursuit of an American renaissance and the restoration of the Republic,
which Donald Trump may very well be infinitely more capable of implementing than would Hillary Clinton who's "machine" would have just stepped right
Collectively, the instinct of the American people is sound, imho.
Catching up to it all and what it all means and what it all signifies is the task at hand and something that I've been rather preoccupied with since
I am even MORE hopeful and optimistic now than I was when I thought that Clinton was going to win because of this idea of remaking Washington and
"draining the swamp" while installing a model of leadership that's LESS oppressive and more authentic and fundamentally Civilized because of the fact
that the corruption in the system is going to be rooted out.
We all know that a very bad "tree" had climbed in and was entrenching itself more and more while using the MSM as it's propaganda arm.
We know there's more going on behind the scenes, some of which we caught a glimpse of in the WikiLeaks emails.
Clinton's candidacy just didn't add up. Publically, the platform was correct in many ways, but systemically, it really would have represented more of
The fundamental distinction has to do with Collectivism vs. Individual Liberty.
I think we'll see Trump move to the middle to govern for all, while sidelining all the usual suspects and bringing in a new team from a deep bench of
people who are the very best of the best that the country has to offer.
Imagine the bad tree uprooted and cast into the abyss with the re-planting of something infinitely closer to what the framers had in mind than a type
of collectivist society based on illusions.
If Trump is authentic, and not the evil bad guy that has been painted by the MSM (and look at them now!), then what we're going to be looking at,
aside from a sustained economic boom, will be that more Libertarian Americana which forms the basis and foundation of his mandate from the people.
He wants the power to come from the people - thus, the Soros funded protests are extremely unhelpful. Understandable for a day or two or three or
maybe four, but beyond that, it's an attempt to undermine the authenticity of the basis of Trump's Presidency, before it's even started, and that's
not fair. It's not helpful.
If he's really going in to do battle with that entrenched system on our behalf, to refresh the tree of liberty in a bloodless revolution, then he
really needs our support one and all and to give him the benefit of the doubt that he has to balls to go through with it by surrounding himself with
all the right people, the best ones, the good ones, not those other ones.
Even now the axe might be laid to the root for all we know, while whole swaths of these networks are in purgatory and without the first clue about
where they stand or what's going to happen to their turf.
Isn't that the way it's supposed to be? with the government fearing the people, instead of the other way around?
So I've thought all this through and to the contrary of the conclusion of the OP, now parroted endlessly by the MSM, I've come out the other side of
my analysis more hopeful and optimistic than I've ever been that it's a great world of bright new possibility and opportunity that we are heading
into, along with a Restoration of the Republic.
edit on 13-11-2016 by AnkhMorpork because: typo