WND: TRUMP’S WAR – Voter rebellion against the ‘ruling class’ dominates Election 2016

Years ago, I subscribed to WND’s Whistleblower magazine.  The authors included in each issue often presented a more conservative view of the world.  What I liked about the magazine is that I would get information that the media of mass deception usually refused to cover.  Back then, many authors at WND were supportive of the values and tenets of the Bible and the Christian faith.

A new issue has just come out which is entitled, TRUMP’S WAR
Voter rebellion against the ‘ruling class’ dominates Election 2016
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It can be difficult to determine which side of the political debate some of the authors listed below are on (pro-Trump or anti-Trump) without reading each of the articles.  However, we might be able to catch a glimpse of which authors in the magazine support Trump vs. those that admittedly do not by reading the “highlight” sentences within the article.

Highlights of “TRUMP’S WAR” include:

  • “Understanding the Trump phenomenon: How voter rebellion against the ‘ruling class’ is dominating Election 2016” by David Kupelian

Perhaps Kupelian is a supporter?  Difficult to tell in that sentence but I do know from past articles that Kupelian is a Christian conservative who has written books against the “ruling class” domination that has been going on for years now.  [See Kupelian’s new book “The Snapping Of The American Mind” as well as his classic, “The Marketing of Evil”]. Also, see several articles written about “The Snapping Of The American Mind”***  This book reveals why Americans have had enough!

“The thesis of the book is that for most Americans the long assault on our culture, morals, families, religion and principles has finally reached a breaking point. When the political figures from President Obama on down to the local city council completely ignore the Constitution, laws and people from whom they derive their power and assault our good sense and insult us constantly, there comes a point where we have finally had enough. We have reached that point.”
Back to the Whistleblower list.
  • “Buchanan to GOP: I told you so! ‘What we warned against in the 1990s has come to pass in the 21st century’”

Not too sure about where Buchanan stands with that sentence.  But I have my own list of warnings from the 1990s that have now egregiously come to pass; and it is a really sad cycle of events.

  • “Trump can’t beat Hillary? Really?” by Joseph Farah, who deflates the media argument that Clinton will crush the GOP frontrunner

Farah appears to support Trump here because he is making the case that we can’t trust the media of mass deception regarding Trump’s ability to beat Hillary in the general election.

  • “It takes a bully” by Laura Hollis, who observes that, whatever his faults, Trump is ‘willing to do what elected Republicans have not done’”

At this moment I’m not familiar with this author, but will do a search to see what she has written previously.  This sentence only indicates that she believes that Trump will do what elected Republicans have not done.  Well, IMHO, I would have to say that if The Donald is being used as Trojan Horse of Democrats, he might be the “second big a** mistake America” right after the current:

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  • “Donald Trump: Warrior male extraordinaire” by Kent G. Bailey, Ph.D., in which the psychology pioneer says men like Trump have long “sustained the human race”

This Bailey guy appears to believe that Trump would be like men in the past who have “sustained the human race.”  Chalk this one up as a supporter.

  • “Springtime for pundits” by Ann Coulter, who hilariously drafts a Hitler-comparison column for use by “hate Trump” media pundits

Coulter has come off the rails of conservatism for years now.  I don’t see her as a trustworthy person when it comes to choosing presidential candidates.  Perhaps she is just being “funny” enough here to blast the media pundits; but she is obviously a supporter of Trump in the first place.

  • “Media compare Donald Trump to Hitler”

We don’t see who the author is of this article in the magazine.  But a blogging friend of mine did a great post sharing how Trump’s rhetorical style mimics the Hitler of pre-Holocaust Germany.  For anyone interested in reading it, here’s the link:

Oil For Your Lamp: HISTORIC COMPARISONS: Is The Comparison Of Trump To Hitler ‘Legitimate?’

 

“Will GOP bosses ‘steal’ the election from Trump?” by Art Moore, on the current delegate mantra that “political parties, not voters, choose their presidential nominees”

This happens to be a big fear for those who support Trump.  Is there any basis for that fear?  These days, anything is possible!  Mr. Moore appears to be a supporter of Trump.

  • “The audacity of Trump” by Jesse Lee Peterson, who argues that the GOP frontrunner’s “boldness is setting people free”

NO doubt that Peterson supports Trump!

  • “Blacklisting conservatives who support Trump smacks of the Left’s thought police” by Don Feder, who, though a Trump critic, says those intent on blacklisting Trump supporters have lost their minds

Well, at least there is ONE Trump critic in the mix!

  • “Another video pushes Trump assassination: ‘F— Donald’ anthem brags of AK-47 ready to kill billionaire” by Douglas Ernst

This is just awful on the face of it.  Even though I was staunchly against 0bama and am currently steadfastly against either Hillary or Bernie, pushing for an assassination is NEVER the answer!  Ernst appears to be a supporter of Trump.

  • “GOP convention is ‘gonna be 1968 on steroids’” by Greg Corombos, in which Democrat pollster Pat Caddell tells Whistleblower America’s political landscape is taking a permanent lurch

Caddell is right about the “lurch of the political landscape,” but I can’t tell which side of the Trump war he is on from that sentence.

  • “Huckabee: Trump leading ‘peaceful overthrow’ of government”

I think I heard that Huckabee isn’t on Trump’s bandwagon, but the ‘peaceful overthrow’ of government statement could be taken either way.

  • “Voters: U.S. government corrupt, and elites serve only themselves” by Curtis Ellis, in which Sen. Jeff Sessions discusses a new survey showing “growing hostility” to international trade deals that hurt Americans

Trump supporter.

  • “Trump, Cruz awakening sleeping giant of evangelicals” by Cheryl K. Chumley, who says: “Christians care about more than abortion – and like a sleeping giant have awoken from a years-long slumber”

I have read and shared articles by Chumley here at this blog.  Since she mentions both men, perhaps she would support either one of them?  I need to re-read her past articles to make such a determination.

  • “2016 presidential race is nation’s last breath for liberty” by Gina Loudon, Ph.D., who warns that America faces a feudal future of lords and serfs under continued leftist rule

Loudon appears to be saying “anyone but Hillary or Bernie” so she would most likely support Trump.

  • “Suicide of the GOP – or its rebirth?” by Patrick J. Buchanan, on how 2016 may well result in a 1964-like renewal of the Republican Party – without the hysterical elites

Buchanan presents a valid question here, and his comment of renewal “without the hysterical elites” hints at Trump support.

  • “GOP elite: Get your heads out!” by Ted Nugent, in which the legendary rock star excoriates Republicans for trying to derail Trump and Cruz

Nugent is quite the firebrand and appears to be willing to accept either Trump or Cruz as the Republican nominee.  He definitely doesn’t trust the GOP elitists!

 

Let’s add up the score.  Eleven Trump supporters, Three – five undetermined (by me here), one mystery author, and one noticeable Trump critic.

I need to do more research on those I listed as “undetermined.”  Getting a copy of the magazine would certainly help!

Please feel free to share links in the comment section if you know more about where the article authors listed above stand regarding Trump.

No matter what, it certainly appears that we are in for a wild ride this election season!

H/T:  WND and Oil For Your Lamp

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*** Book reviews:
“Robert W.” writes: “Reading ‘The Snapping of the American Mind’ snaps one’s mind into a clear and precise understanding of the insanity we are now experiencing within our country. David Kupelian gives wise insight into what is, and has been going on, to destroy America and her people.”We have been systematically and intentionally molded into the nation we now live in daily. A nation that is filled with blatantly wicked leaders, lawless people, and mindless citizens unable to wake up to the reality of truth. A country so far from God our Creator and far from anything that would place us in a position of actually living as our founding fathers had intended.

“Thankfully David does not leave us without thoughts and words of hope. Our hope as a people, individually and nationally, will not be found by looking to ‘man’ for help. A Godless culture only changes when a great God and Savior is called upon for mercy. This book is one that should do more than just receive 5 stars. It should awaken and kick all of us into gear to pray, to think, and to live with a view towards that hope.”

* “Elwood D. Baas” writes:”The author shows clearly how words are changed so that evil concepts are turned into ideas that are readily accepted by society. In a later chapter, the author focuses on the growing war for the American mind, and surveys the extraordinary battlefields now shaping up between the forces of sanity and madness, the outcome of which will determine who ultimately runs the American asylum – the sane people or the lunatics. This book has added substantially to my knowledge of what is happening in our country. I highly recommend it.”
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17 Responses to “WND: TRUMP’S WAR – Voter rebellion against the ‘ruling class’ dominates Election 2016”

  1. GMpilot Says:

    Trump as another Hitler? HA!
    Hitler has become the “gold standard” for madness and evil unleashed. There have been other leaders who actually were mad, but none have been more evil. In any case, Trump doesn’t measure up. He’s brash, irritating, coarse, and very manipulative and cunning: but he’s not mad. He is evil, but it’s the evil of a cyclone; he just rages at will, smashes anything within reach, and blows out in 24 hours. Evil takes commitment, and he doesn’t have any, except to himself.
    He’s no Hitler. More like Mussolini, maybe, with his dreams of revivalist national grandeur.

    No matter what, it certainly appears that we are in for a wild ride this election season!
    I could have told you that last Labor Day! With 17 contenders on the Gopper side alone, how could it not have been wild? That’s double the number of candidates in 2012, and now it’s down to two-and-a-half (evolution at work). I watch the proceedings with concern. After all, it’s my country, too.

    Oh, BTW: you mentioned having doubts about Trump, so this might be of passing interest to you.
    It does appear as though there’s a lot fewer of the ‘elect’ than some think there are.

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    • christinewjc Says:

      There is a difference regarding which stage in Hitler’s life Trump reminds us of. See HISTORIC COMPARISONS: Is The Comparison Of Trump To Hitler ‘Legitimate?

      Excerpt:

      The people comparing Trump to Hitler are not saying Trump is the 1939-45 Hitler, but the 1929-1938 Hitler. Hitler was a different person before 1939, and it is that person to whom people are comparing Trump — and as you will soon see, they are correct to do so.

      Go to link to read the rest.

      I did hear of Trump’s “eye for an eye” comment. It’s kinda creepy that Donald would choose that particular portion of Scripture as “his favorite Bible verse or Bible story that has informed [his] thinking or [his] character through life.

      Could it be that Trump just doesn’t have any kind of filter when it comes to such questions? Or, is he “flying by the seat of his pants” because he doesn’t really know much about the Bible or the meaning of particular verses of Scripture? Does he just say what comes to mind? Or is it a purposeful retort because he’s so angry with the rules regarding choosing delegates right now? Who knows…but I think that his ignorance of Scripture is a true sign that he’s not a Bible-based Berean type of Christian. Heck…he even admitted in the past that he doesn’t need forgiveness from God. Trump has at least proven himself to be a very arrogant person!

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      • GMpilot Says:

        I don’t buy it.
        Hitler didn’t just get it into his head in 1933 that ridding Germany of Jews was a good idea: enough of his history is known to determine that he had always felt that way. The only significant factor was that in 1925, he had no political power. Ten years later he was the supreme authority in Germany, and so there was nothing to stop him from carrying out his plans.
        He claimed he wanted to give Germany back its honor. Well, we know how that turned out.

        The “eye for an eye” scripture fits his character, though, both as a person and as an executive. Like Hitler, he believes that is someone strikes you, you smash him back. He is known for never shrugging off an insult, of even the smallest kind—we all know of his ongoing feud with that Faux News woman. He feels it to be beneath him to have to account to anyone for his actions…which would include your god.

        I’m no Bible-based Berean type of Christian either, which makes me as bad as him. But then, neither was Mussolini.

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    • Frank G. Shineman Says:

      Well, I don’t know much about Mussolini except that he was called “Il Duce”. And that he died at the end of a hangman’s noose. But I do agree in a vision for revived USA Nationalism! Secure the borders, bring back the American industries who have fled to foreign lands and have ended the dreams and hopes of millions of American men and women. Those who now must work 3-4 jobs at substandard wages, who no longer have the time or energy to raise good families. They must work for 70 hours per week to pay the rent and utilities. Make the military strong again, now again the strongest military force in the world. No longer will college graduates have to return home to their bedrooms under their parent’s roof. I stand upon the rooftop and shout to the north and to the south, to the east and the west- “Make America great again!!” Throw the corrupt politicians who have not served their Nation, they have only served themselves and their families. Term limits of 2 terms for Senators and 4 terms as Congressmen. I love the Mexican nation because all 3 of my adult children had a Mexican mother. The love of my life is a gorgeous lady from the same nation. But Mexico are you listening? Keep your drug addicts and felons and thieves and narcos and rapists. Our champion never said that all Mexicans are drug addicts or rapists but clearly stated we will immigrate men and women who are honorable, and hard working, Moms and Dads! What nation wants it’s borders flooded with lowest of the low. Even their country rejects that ilk of bottom feeding parasites.

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      • christinewjc Says:

        Hello Frank and welcome to my blog! You make many great points in your comment here. I will respond more fully tomorrow, but just wanted to welcome you here while I had a brief moment to comment.

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      • christinewjc Says:

        Hello again, Frank.

        Much of Trump’s rhetoric is appealing to conservatives, and even some Christians. However, my research into his past political persuasions and views has been a huge red flag. I don’t think that he can be trusted when he flip-flops on so many issues that are important to conservatives; but especially conservative Christians.

        I have a new post up (caution, Trump supporters will not like it!) that describes exactly why he Isn’t What He Seems and is Wildly Inconsistent.

        In addition to that, I will be sharing another new post soon that informs us that a person like Trump can fool so many people into thinking that he could be some type of human “savior” for our nation; when in actuality, he is playing both sides of many issues just in order to get elected.

        Here’s a sneak peek into my new post (not sure when I will be able to finish it).

        Go to Rush Limbaugh.com and read the transcripts of the following headlines:

        1. The Bathroom Battle: Right vs. Wrong Has Been Replaced by Us vs.Them

        I was listening to his radio show yesterday, and I thought that Rush was spot on with his analysis that many people do not see issues as “right vs. wrong,” but “us vs. them.” Conservatives and especially Christians are the “them” in his analysis.

        Excerpt:

        RUSH: The key to understanding this, folks, in my humble estimation, is that it’s not about right versus wrong anymore. It can’t be or we wouldn’t be losing these things. Right versus wrong, the left has been clever in eliminating that, right versus wrong, as a determinant in behavior. And what it’s been replaced by is us versus them. Us versus them. And the “us” are the oppressed, grievance-filled minorities who feel like they have been denied liberty, freedom, whatever they think they’ve been denied by these evil majorities. We are the villain. And that’s the battle now.

        IMHO, this explains why certain people who once held to biblical morality (or, perhaps just claimed that they did) have been fooled away from such beliefs (or now ignore them because they are not “cool”) and will overlook so many of the false narratives that persons like Trump gets away with via the media of mass deception. Why would people do this? Because they just want to win an election SO BADLY that they will dismiss in their own minds what is clearly written out in Scripture as being wrong, and also allow themselves to turn a blind eye to what has always been considered right; morally speaking. Thus, it’s an “us vs. them” battle going on – even across political party lines!

        At the link, also read:

        2. Changing Trump Confounds Everyone

        3. LGBT Bathroom Callers Demonstrate How the Left Wins

        4. Your EIB Lesson of the Day: In Order to Attract Voters to Our Side, We Must Abandon Everything We Believe In

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    • Black3Actual Says:

      GM,

      You do not know very much about 1930’s Hitler, do you? I mean, it doesn’t seem like it — not by what you wrote. But then, it could be that you are just being disingenuous…

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      • GMpilot Says:

        Hello again, B3A.

        Tell you what: you tell me what you know about Hitler, I’ll tell you what I know about Hitler, and we’ll compare notes. When we find differences, we’ll talk. When we find similarities, we’ll talk more. And when we do, we’ll point them out to our gracious hostess–not that she’ll listen.

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      • Black3Actual Says:

        I’ve already done this, but you obviously didn’t bother to read the post Christinewjc asked you to read, so why bother? You just demonstrated you are disingenuous.

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  2. GMpilot Says:

    I’m looking forward to that too, from both of you.

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  3. GMpilot Says:

    I never thought I’d say this in print where I can’t retract it, but I will: Rush is right.
    But in contrast to his usual snot-slinging, this time he didn’t follow his line of reasoning far enough.

    RL: …what it’s been replaced by is us versus them. Us versus them. And the “us” are the oppressed, grievance-filled minorities who feel like they have been denied liberty, freedom, whatever they think they’ve been denied by these evil majorities. We are the villain. And that’s the battle now.

    Rush and I are the same age. I’m sure he remembers what life was life for the black folks in Missouri in, say, 1965. (Or maybe he doesn’t—after all, who noticed ”those people” back then?) It’s pretty certain that those ‘ grievance-filled minorities’ actually had some valid arguments to make. It’s also certain that people like the young Rush, as part of the majority, didn’t want to hear them. That didn’t (and doesn’t) make them evil; just scared, perhaps.
    But scared people sometimes do some stupid, evil things.

    That’s where Rush didn’t go. In his eagerness to distill conflicts down to “us vs. them”, he neglected the theological argument: good vs. evil. When that one is invoked, no one knows what will happen, except that it will be very ugly.
    No one who uses that argument ever portrays himself or themselves as on the ‘evil’ side. Interesting, huh?

    CJW: IMHO, this explains why certain people who once held to biblical morality (or, perhaps just claimed that they did) have been fooled away from such beliefs (or now ignore them because they are not “cool”) and will overlook so many of the false narratives that persons like Trump gets away with via the media of mass deception. Why would people do this? Because they just want to win an election SO BADLY that they will dismiss in their own minds what is clearly written out in Scripture as being wrong, and also allow themselves to turn a blind eye to what has always been considered right; morally speaking.

    Ah, I understand! Like you denounced Mitt Romney in ’12, but declared you’d “hold my nose and vote” for him, just to get Obama out of office. You wanted to win an election SO BADLY!
    Well, it appears you’re no fan of the blowhard billionaire, at least. I wouldn’t want him in my house, let alone the White House, but it seems I’m in the minority on that.

    Welcome, Frank. Hope you enjoy your stay.
    It’s not especially important here, but:
    Mussolini was the original “he made the trains run on time” politician. Looking back, it was about the only good memory the Italian people have about him. His disastrous war in Abyssinia (Ethiopia), not so much. His equally disastrous partnership with Hitler, not so much.
    When Mussolini was strung up he was alreadydead; he’d been shot by Italian partisans a few hours before. His body was displayed so that the people could see it and know for certain that he was dead.

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  4. christinewjc Says:

    In a bit of a rush (no pun intended!) this morning so here’s just a quick response.

    I think that Rush purposely left out any biblical references in order to point out that the good vs. evil sides were historically known and observed by most rational people – no matter what religion or atheistic views they had. In this day and age, the new propaganda* is, “anything goes” – which is an offshoot of the 60’s propaganda “if it feels good, do it” mindset.

    IMHO, I don’t think that it is correct for you to compare the 1960’s treatment of blacks in comparison to the lifestyle they live today. Yes, there is still a remnant of bigotry against people of color (and bigotry can also include national origin, religious beliefs etc.) but with our first black president, were their grievances addressed or were any of them solved? Or, was it more likely that they were just manipulated for their votes and for political gain of the leftist elites? Also, many of those in the grievance industry are being paid to protest by evil George Soros. But hey…it’s real money for them…right? Evidence of this was when one of the Fox News interviewers at the protests asked individuals (of many colors, including white!) what they were protesting about. Many of them had NO ANSWERS! They were just paid political operatives who were obviously ignorant that they were being used!

    There are people on the blogs who have changed their minds about supporting Trump. Others, will continue to support him – no matter what he says or does – because they will ignore what they don’t like about him and proceed on to vote for him. Why? Because they already have so much invested in him that they can’t back away now! Thus, we have the spinmeisters appearing on news programs saying what Trump MEANT by his words. Sometimes it’s quite comical to see them spin and squirm, but in reality, it’s also very sad.

    Interesting comment about Mussolini. Hope it’s ok to join your convo with Frank.

    Have you ever seen the movie “Tea With Mussolini”? I thought it was a great film. Roger Ebert wrote a critical essay about it back in 1999. Can read it here: Roger Ebert.com He only gave it 2 1/2 stars. Perhaps it was more of a “chick flick” where men’s eyes glaze over while women are very engaged in the plot? [Note: movie spoilers in the review and below.]

    Ebert wrote: “In the film, when Lady Hester charges off to Rome for tea with Mussolini, who assures her that she and her British friends have nothing to worry about, and then poses for photos that will be useful propaganda (ambassador’s wife has tea with dictator, finds him a nice chap),”… it was very interesting to see the surprise on the woman’s face when she realizes that she had been betrayed…BIG TIME! But what these women do in the face of tyranny was quite extraordinary!

    Anyway, I hope that Frank comes back and reads the comments left for him here.

    *propaganda definition

    Official government communications to the public that are designed to influence opinion. The information may be true or false, but it is always carefully selected for its political effect.

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    • GMpilot Says:

      CJW: IMHO, I don’t think that it is correct for you to compare the 1960’s treatment of blacks in comparison to the lifestyle they live today.
      Well, of course YOU wouldn’t, but it doesn’t apply to you, now does it? Compared to the 1960s (which we’re both old enough to remember), is the lifestyle better? More visible perhaps, but when men can say stereotypical crap such as this on national TV and get away with it, one has to wonder.

      Yes, there is still a remnant of bigotry against people of color (and bigotry can also include national origin, religious beliefs etc.) but with our first black president, were their grievances addressed or were any of them solved? Or, was it more likely that they were just manipulated for their votes and for political gain of the leftist elites?
      As you say, it is your humble opinion. It does not happen to be mine.
      With our first black president, those grievances were not addressed or solved, and I don’t see why anyone would expect them to—not all at once. That would have been part of the “Obamessiah” myth that you and others liked seizing upon. Presidents are supposed to lead ALL the people, not just certain segments of them—if Obama had focused mainly on black people, we know what you’d have called him! (many people did anyway.)
      Artificial controversies were manufactured about Obama (which Trump made a substantial contribution to), and people were indeed manipulated, for their votes and for political gain of the right-wing elites.

      …the Fox News interviewers at the protests asked individuals (of many colors, including white!) what they were protesting about. Many of them had NO ANSWERS! They were just paid political operatives who were obviously ignorant that they were being used!
      You say that now, but you were shocked to hear that Trump had hired actors to masquerade as real people when he announced his campaign! They knew they were being used, but it’s better (and cheaper) to use ideologues, not professionals. He has plenty of the former now, though.

      “Tea with Mussolini”? No, never saw it. Sounds interesting, but I care little for docudrama. I prefer my history straight, with women who really dine with dictators.

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      • GMpilot Says:

        Hmm…it seems I’ve stumbled upon the dreaded strikethrough font!
        Let’s try that again:

        CJW: IMHO, I don’t think that it is correct for you to compare the 1960’s treatment of blacks in comparison to the lifestyle they live today.
        Well, of course YOU wouldn’t, but it doesn’t apply to you, now does it? Compared to the 1960s (which we’re both old enough to remember), is the lifestyle better? More visible perhaps, but when men can say crap such as this on national TV and get away with it, one has to wonder.

        Yes, there is still a remnant of bigotry against people of color (and bigotry can also include national origin, religious beliefs etc.) but with our first black president, were their grievances addressed or were any of them solved? Or, was it more likely that they were just manipulated for their votes and for political gain of the leftist elites?
        As you say, it is your humble opinion. It does not happen to be mine.
        With our first black president, those grievances were not addressed or solved, and I don’t see why anyone would expect them to—not all at once. That would have been part of the “Obamessiah” myth that you and others liked seizing upon. Presidents are supposed to lead ALL the people, not just certain segments of them—if Obama had focused mainly on black people, we know what you’d have called him! (many people did anyway.)
        Artificial controversies were manufactured about Obama (which Trump made a substantial contribution to), and people were indeed manipulated, for their votes and for political gain of the right-wing elites.

        …the Fox News interviewers at the protests asked individuals (of many colors, including white!) what they were protesting about. Many of them had NO ANSWERS! They were just paid political operatives who were obviously ignorant that they were being used!
        You say that now, but you were shocked to hear that Trump had hired actors to masquerade as real people when he announced his campaign! They knew they were being used, but it’s better (and cheaper) to use ideologues, not professionals. He has plenty of the former now, though.
        “Tea with Mussolini”? No, never saw it. Sounds interesting, but I care little for docudrama. I prefer my history straight, with women who really dine with dictators.

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  5. Black3Actual Says:

    OK, guys, a few random but relevant thoughts.

    1 — Rush actually does NOT have the best understanding of what is happening right now. He may be accurately explaining the surface impressions of what is happening, but he either does not know and understand, or is intentionally avoiding the actual origins of what we are seeing (I believe it to be the latter). But, hard as it is to say, Beck has been more on-target with the politics of modern America than Rush (and has been for about 6 months now).

    2 — GM, do some research. People have always blamed the Jews for their woes, but Hitler got the idea for the Holocaust from Fabian Socialists in England (by way of their influence on the Progressives in America). It was directly connected to the Eugenics movement, and that was an Anglo/American agenda (still is today).

    3 — Mussolini coined the term ‘Fascism,’ which referred to a bundle of sticks. Today, we would call it “community organizing.” Interestingly enough, he also said that Fascism is nothing more than corporatism — the very thing the Left in America accuses the Right of being (corporatists). Mussolini — who was greatly admired by America in the 20’s and 30’s — was a nationalist. The Communists were open borders type (think Soros). And that is and has always been the primary fight between the Commies and Fascists: nationalism vs globalism. That, and Fascism sees no problem with allowing politically connected people to run industry — with the provision that the government still retains ultimate control over industry, that is.

    4 — and there is the true fight we see today:

    Hillary/Sanders == the die-hard Communists

    Trump = Fascism

    Cruz = Classic Liberalism (i.e. Constitutional rule of law, free markets and protection of INDIVIDUAL rights and liberty)

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    • christinewjc Says:

      Hi Joe!

      Welcome back!

      You wrote:

      ” He [Rush] may be accurately explaining the surface impressions of what is happening, but he either does not know and understand, or is intentionally avoiding the actual origins of what we are seeing (I believe it to be the latter).”

      Absolutely correct!

      When we think about it, this world of “surface impressions” has taken over much of the younger populace and those that follow commies labeled as “progressives or liberals” like Bernie or Hillary probably do not know or even understand the actual origins (like you stated in your comment!) of such beliefs!

      The Trump followers don’t see the fascist leanings of the man, probably because they did not do any research about him! And, when they do find out about his negative qualities, they dismiss them a irrelevant for all kinds of reasons.

      “Those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it.”

      Whether people do these things out of ignorance, greed, political manipulations or evil intentions, (etc.) it all combines into a toxic “satanic stew” of misery.

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      • Black3Actual Says:

        There is one other thing I might add to this discussion. Those on the Right refer to themselves as “Conservative,” but they no more understand the term than most ‘Liberals” understand what “Progressive” means. “Conservatism” means to hold what you have. In this sense, the Democrat Party — which has held the power in America for decades — is the true ‘Conservative’ power in America. The Right-wing ‘Conservatives’ are trying to hold on to the Nationalist wing of the Progressive movement (a la Teddy Roosevelt). What neither side seems to understand is that this means BOTH Parties are Progressive (which is the term Wilson adopted for his brand of slow Communism). So the true fight in our society has been fascism vs communism for years now, we just don’t see it because so many people deliberately and knowingly work to keep us in a fog of ignorance. Once you learn the history behind the politics represented by the words, the fog starts to lift and you begin to see things closer to their True reality. But this takes work, and most people are lazy, so they will accept the surface appearances…

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