Trump: the man vs. his ideas

Trump: the man vs. his ideas

by Jon Rappoport

April 23, 2017

“Well, my hero failed to live up to his promises. He has feet of clay. So why should I care about his ideas? They’re unimportant. All I really wanted in the first place was a hero. That was the only dream that mattered.”

In past articles, I’ve praised Trump and criticized him. Here I want to make a few remarks about his best effects and the ripples that have spread from his words—but not necessarily from his present and future actions.

Why do I make that distinction?

Because I’m far more interested in the millions of people who decided to support Trump than I am in Trump himself. Those millions will carry freight in the years to come, here in the US and in other countries. If they turn passive, the so-called populist movement will die on the vine.

Trump has raised the issue of Globalism as no other modern president has. Specifically, he’s spoken about the horrendous consequences of: shipping jobs overseas, throwing huge numbers of willing domestic workers on to unemployment lines; and failing to lay on tariffs when corporations who have gone overseas send their products back here for sale.

He’s pointed to Globalist trade treaties as the source of this calamity, and he has killed the TPP treaty.

More generally, he’s spoken about Globalism vs. Nationalism; i.e., solving problems at home vs. trying to incorporate America into an international framework of governance.

His words have helped stimulate, confirm, and support the Brexit decision in the UK, and the rise of pro-nationalism anti-EU movements in Europe.

Trump has attacked the prime source of fake news, major media, as no other president ever has. Time and time again, he has gone after these scurrilous creatures as liars and purveyors of false realities. In this effort, he has lent a considerable hand to the expansion of independent media.

From the inception of major media here in America and other countries, their news has functioned as the eyes, ears, mouths, and brains for the public. How can authentic change for the better occur as long as this preposterous proxy-condition persists?

Trump has planted seeds for a revolutionary shift in foreign policy, based on non-interference in the affairs of other nations. Regardless of how far he moves in the opposite direction (e.g., Syria, Russia), his initial position on non-interference acknowledged untold numbers of people in many countries who have been waiting to hear that message.

To say, because Trump abandoned that stance, his proclamation against Empire-building was wrong is a fool’s errand. In the same way, people have claimed that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are meaningless because some of the Framers owned slaves.

Failing to distinguish between ideas and the people who espouse them is a sign of the lowest possible level of intelligence.

The mainstream press displays that level every day.

Trump has pointed out, over and over, that an open borders immigration policy is madness. The financial burden it imposes; the open invitation it offers to immigrants, to take advantage of free government services (never before the intent of any US immigration program); the seeding of communities with immigrants who have no intention of becoming part of American society; the indifference toward crimes and terrorist acts that result from non-vetting; these and other factors demand a change of approach.

For the so-called political Left, a sense of idealism implies there will never be a ceiling on immigration. It is unlimited and forever. Separate nations are a fiction. The world is One Nation. These sentiments are, in fact, Globalism’s wet dream, which by the way has nothing to do with kindness and sharing. It has to do with top-down control of civilization, from one end of the planet to the other.

Trump has built strong pillars with his words.

He has confirmed what untold numbers of people in many nations believe and want.

There is every danger that, if Trump fails to live up to what he has said, these people, many of them, will decide his words mean nothing. His ideas mean nothing.

Again, that is because they can’t distinguish between ideas and the individuals who espouse them. They have neither the capacity nor the desire. They’re trapped along a fault-line of their own cynicism; they’re looking for a reason to say destiny is doom.

This attitude has plagued humanity since the beginning. Those who championed freedom and the individual have fought against it.

“Well, my hero failed to live up to his promises. He has feet of clay. So why should I care about his ideas? They’re unimportant. All I really wanted in the first place was a hero. That was the only dream that mattered.”


Those are the words of a disappointed child.

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

69 comments on “Trump: the man vs. his ideas

  1. Terri says:

    Thank you Jon, that is right on. i have always said that It is NOT about Trump, its bigger than him, and that bigness you just articulated beautifully. Perhaps Trump is not an ego maniac like many claim, and does not want to be anyone’s hero.

    He is just himself, unapologetically, which also is a great example to those who have been indoctrinated into collectivism to witness and emulate. The fact he is a strong person is so rare in our weakened state of society that this strength freaks many out and they respond with envy and want to destroy him, and others who are themselves.

    It is not Trump’s responsibility to single handedly restore our Republic, he has handed the baton back to the people, where it belongs. it is up to the people to re establish freedom and responsibility. If they still refuse, they have no one to blame but themselves. Anyone who feels it is his responsibility, and not theirs, and is not willing to do the work does not deserve a Republic.

    We all must pray and send blessings to these brave people all around the world who are risking their lives and then vow to do our part. This is the true meaning of unity.

    • I agree with you, Terri, and recently renewed my personal commitment to do everything I can to help President Trump quickly restore sanity to today’s deeply troubled society. The UN and the UNAS (united national academies of sciences) are his most formidable opponents.

      By a “strange coincidence,” I learned of the logical error that Drs. CARL von WEIZSACKER & JAMES CHADWICK made eighty-two years ago in 1935 by rejecting Prof. ERNEST RUTHERFORD’s suggestion:

      _ a.) About half of the mass of ordinary atoms is compacted electron-proton pairs that RUTHERFORD correctly called “NEUTRONS” in 1920, and

      _ b.) Neutron repulsion is the source of powers beyond the dreams of scientific fiction that FRANCIS WILLIAM ASTON reported in rest masses of ordinary atoms in 1922:

      That is how frightened world leaders, the UN and the UNAS (united national academies of sciences) selfishly betrayed all humanity on 24 Oct 1945, by agreeing to hide powers beyond the dreams of scientific fiction” that Nobel Laureate FRANCIS WILLIAM ASTON had reported in rest masses of ordinary atoms in 1922.

    • frumious says:

      Ideas are worth nothing if not followed by action, and trumpy has shown there’s a grand canyon between the two, so he’s completely useless.

  2. middleway says:

    Our release from indebted bondage will forever elude us,… at least until the old self-anointed biblical-bloods are enticed to leave…

  3. truth1 says:

    For sure, Ideas should be separated from some of the people who might carry those ideas around. Many people, when looking for an excuse to ignore some ideas when they just want to kick up their heels and enjoy themselves. will point at some that treasure those ideas and ideals, so that those who want to kick up their heels can feel better about doing so.

    But there is a lesson in Trump that we do not want to miss. How did so many after over200 years of consistent and persistent nonsense and lies and deceit, ever believe that someone could against the grain and be sincere about it? Did not Trump know about JFK? of course he knew! so why did he go against the grain? Because his “bosses” told him, Don, we have an acting job for you and you played your part well on NBC so we though you might like the part we have for you in a bigger production reality show. Don say OK, you have my attention. What part do you have in mind? Glad you asked, Don! We want you to pretend to hates us and stand against everything we have been doing for 2000, I mean 200, years. But you won’t really mean it. you play the part for 6 or 8 months and then do what everyone else has done over the last 200 years.

    Don: Do you think the will buy it? Don Don Don. Of course they will buy it. They always bought it. they always will buy it. Listen, I have my maid clean scum from my bathtub that has more brains than than these dumb sheep. Some things never change, Don. But if you’ll take the part, We will handle the rest. We’ll pretend to hate you, fear you, torment you, persecute you. Everyone will fall for it and rush to your side. And you will call us sorts of names and spit on our images. Ad voters will flock to you like they always have before. It never fails.

    Don: Well, you know me, You can count on me. I handled a lousy nonsense reality show and had people eating out of my hand, How could I say no. I’m yours! When do we start? You want acting? I’ll show you acting!

    Don, we knew we could count on you and we know we can count on the brainless amoebas to go along with it. No one will suspect a thing.

    So now I,, truth1, say/ask, Is there any possibility that people will finally wake up and say there is no good or decency left anywhere in our world. And our backs are against the wall and we area surrounded. What now?

    Well, that is the problem, isn’t it? How do we overcome? Some would rather face wild lions in an arena than to imagine there might be alternative is just too horribly disgusting to even mention it by name. That that alternative is all any of you got left. But we want to do things our way. That another way might be the only and conflict with our desire to do what we want, rather than what might be in long term survival of our species and planet. Getting sexually high is far more important than careful self regulation of our breeding habits and attention to children as if our lives depended on it, but they do depend on it.

      • From Quebec says:

        To truth1:

        This is the most stupid comment I have ever heard on this site.

        With your pseudo, you probably think that you are so smart and that everybody else are stupids.
        Well, guess again!

        So, Trump, Le Pen, and Farage, are all in with the New World Order? WOW!.

        • From Quebec says:

          For you Truth1:

          Donald J. Trump: The Long Road to the White House (1980 – 2017)

          • Truth1 could be right. And he could be wrong. What if he is right? And what if wrong?

            • truth1 says:

              I will try to answer that. both scenarios.

              If right: We are in deep deep trouble. the Elite are planning kill most of us off. and the time is long past doing anything now unless you consider the possibility of a creator. that’s another thing, altogether.

              IF wrong: You still got lots to worry about. the pattern for at least since 1066 AD (Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror) has been a pattern of growing and assimilating of Collectivism, to the point where the whole world has become completely controlled by a group of people no one can even identify for sure, due to so many layers of bureaucracy underneath them that no one believed they even exist, even tough the pattern is 1000 years old if not a good deal older. My own personal opinion is that it started in Babylon and progress wonderfully with Rome. And from Rome to now.

              The result? the mad men wipe out most of the world, due to errant thoughts entering into the minds of those with power. Personally, I option 1, That creator idea! Its all you got because Mad Men are in power all the way. And they hate their own species. Who would have ever imagined that possible but all evidence points to it.

            • truth1 says:

              You’ll notice I did not entertain people getting smart.. I’d sooner believe in the Easter bunny than that.

          • truth1 says:

            Aw, Quebec, ya make me blush with with such a nice complement. Ya see, the statement “This is the most stupid comment I have ever heard on this site,.” it takes a lot of work to get a statement like that.I must have a a nerve so raw, that I can get a response like that. I could smell the fear and the anger. do you know what the most feared thing in the world is? You might want to sit down with a good stiff drink in hand. . . . Its TRUTH. Truth is terrifying to manipulators, liars, power, and deceivers. They would love to kill all truth tellers like me. Thank God I guts me some protection.

            “So, Trump, Le Pen, and Farage, are all in with the New World Order? WOW!”

            You read me loud and clear. And I thank you for understanding me so swell. Most try to twist what I say. You are right on the money. Truth hurts and truth angers, Quebec. I always have that in mind. I feel like you gave me a supreme compliment. It almost feels like I should have paid ya something for that. Pleasure to get to know you better. We must do this again sometime.

            • From Quebec says:

              To Trutht1:

              I think your crazy. LOL

              Trump has always been a good and decent man. That is very rare for billionaires. He always cared for the little man. All the people who worked for him, only have nice things to say about him. He helped so many people. And he likes his kids and they seem to like him also.

              I do not believe that you can be good all of your life, and then, all of a sudden become bad for no reason at all..

              For your information, I am a 72 years old woman, I have seen a lot, and probably read all the history books available in this world. So, I think I know very well what is going on in this world.

              And, I should add to all of this, , that I can read faces very easily. A skill that I acquired in the many years when I was painting portraits. And I can tell you, that Trump is genuine.

              Oh, and I am a French Canadian, so if you see spelling or grammar errors, that is the reason.
              I speak English better than I write it., although my accent is very
              No one is perfect!

              Besides the language,you are right, I don’t care much about what you think of me.

        • elliottjab says:

          Good – actually even better as it exposes who U r…😁

    • Jamie says:

      Right on the money!

    • Greg C. says:

      Truth1: Liberals flatter themselves when they say that Trump is the Enemy of the People. As if people in general stand for everything good and right and true. The same holds for the non-thinking jingoists – who just want prosperity first, which they think they can use to buy everything else they need. “Attention to children as if our lives depended on it.” Well, probably not, but when the parent is dying in a hospital, and the only thing that brings their children to the bedside is some vague sense of duty, they will see it in their eyes and it will strike home – how meaningless it all was, and it didn’t have to be that way. Sometimes only impending death is capable of evoking any sense of goodness, what ought to be, the Tao, righteousness, but it will be mixed with the bitterness of regret. Funerals are big business now because by “paying our respects” the regret is assuaged. Perhaps voting for Trump was also a way of self-justification. Elections are in a way like funerals, where we pay our respects to the things that matter, and then get back to practical life. Trump seemed to stand up for righteousness, to some degree, and be willing to attack mendacity, at least in 30-second soundbites and tweets. Maybe that’s enough to satisfy the short-attention voters. They hired someone to take care of it, and if he doesn’t, well, someone else will. But they are too busy even to put their f*ing phone away and think about their kids for 5 minutes.

      • truth1 says:

        Greg, that pretty damn good comment, all in all. I want to comment on the bedside vigil of a dying parent. It was a good illustration. But I got something else as well. Most have lots of regret when its time to check out. And the reasons are many. Most did a lousy job with their lives. They neglected their kids and did not give enough affection so that the bond between them is weak at best. If the parents were selfish, there may be very little bond.

        Most don’t think of their lived in advance and consider what they might do so that they do not have regrets when its time to go. When we finally come to the time to go, we never really considered that it would happen. But it never fails to happen. and there is nothing you can do once you are on your death bed. I saw my father a year ago, 1 day from death. You could feel his panic, his regret, that he had been stupid and threw his whole life away. and he knew it was too late now. He waited too long to do anything. And now it was time to go.

        the other problem is that our society does not enable families to care for the old in their won homes or homes of their children. And some would rather not have their parents at home. Some parents were never nice people. there’s a lot in that mix. but too often, when we get to our death bed, we realize how stupid we have been our whole lives and it is a bitter realization.

        My warning to all is this. Don’t leave it to the last minute. you won’t like it! Do something while it matters. I often warned my father that he would end up as he did. Nope! not him. I wonder about all the things that might have been in his head in that last day. I am sure he knew it was that time. Don’t wait, people. Its too late then. Now is the time to act! Do it!

        • Greg C. says:

          Exactly. Kindle that fire within, spread it to those around you. Realize the human potential. Invent your own happiness and give it away, don’t buy someone else’s version and hoard it..

      • Bob Hoskins says:

        Good comment. Trump is a Trojan. When he called the Clintons “good people’ he’s either cuckolded to the establishment or delusional. Then his Syria gong show, then his anti-Russia gong show, now a Soros puppet is his main man….. not good.

    • Joy says:

      Truth1, when I read your words, in this post and others, I hear no ring of truth, and consistently, there is more a sense that you are a spider who lies in wait in the darkness, just to stir things up to your own delight, twisting truths in perverted ways. Sounds like a troll to me, folks!

      • truth1 says:

        Ah, joy joy joy. to you, logic flees you. You have no power to even discern it. I have pointed to consistent patterns. Do trolls do that? I supply logic, reason. Trolls simply give off mean emotions and call people rotten names. Perhaps you should consider some honesty for a change. You seem to be the real troll here. A paid one, I might add. And I upset your bosses a lot. too much truth from truth1. It happens a lot 😛

    • Julie Hodges says:

      It is definitely fodder to consider. After all with THEIR penchant for drama and theatrics it could come straight out of THEIR playbook. Knowing nothing is as it seems, I’ve thought it could be in the realm of possibility.
      Or we could look to the CIA et al 16 agencies and THEIR mission statement to stealthily detect skeletons in closets and that schematic may have been effective for reigning in Mr Trump.
      We should also remember the diversionary tactic. What is currently being plotted in the dark now? Did you know that there are 40 states with 173 vaccine bills pending? See

      Thanks to Jon for waking me up about a year ago with your riveting article-I Stand With a The Mothers.

  4. Sha'Tara says:

    I could not disagree more with the premise that a leader can separate her/himself from her/his ideas, promoting them to gain notoriety or votes, then discarding them when they no longer fit her/his needs to keep, or gain more, power over those who bought into the ideas. A real leader is her/his ideas; lives, rules and dies (if need be) by them. Once having made them public, and been popularly accepted based on those ideas, he/she is the sum total of those ideas to the people being represented. If there is a change of mind, a separation, then that leader becomes utterly illegitimate. This is what more and more people feel about Trump, even if they can’t put their finger on why they feel that way. He’s a hypocrite, turn-coat and blatant opportunist riding his personal wave of power into whatever, come hell or high water, the promises and the nation be damned.

    • truth1 says:

      “He’s a hypocrite, turn-coat and blatant opportunist riding his personal wave of power into whatever, come hell or high water, the promises and the nation be damned.”

      Sha’Tara, I have no problem with what you say about Trump. but I hope you realize that it can and should be said about all who came before him, too. He is no better or worse than any of the others before him. Most people only fault those of the party opposed to their party of choice. Now that is silly. between Conservatives and the left liberals, I prefer (barely) the conservatives.

      All politicians are liars and actors. If you want truth, you have to take that narrow cramped road that is hear to walk on and pursue the truth alone because most everyone else is on that broad spacious road to destruction and/or lies. The tough road lonely road. You’ll hardly meet a soul on it. that is the cost of truth that I gladly bear and travel. I would not have it any other way.

      • Sha'Tara says:

        truth1 – I totally agree with your comment- every point, dead on. And, as once an activist and “leader” of environmental/political movements, I learned the lesson you write here: the road of truth is, of necessity, walked alone. Today, I choose compassion from self-empowerment as my inspiration. If someone should strongly find fault with my choice I would gladly die for it, fact, not bravado. Difficult path? Oh, you bet.

        • truth1 says:

          I sincerely appreciate your wise words and encouragement. They are rare, even on the net. They are non-existent outside the net!

    • Jamie says:

      At least you are not easily duped, Sha’Tara, and that is a very heartening and beautiful thing to behold.

    • We do not know whether Trump will the savior or destroyer of this once great nation, but many of us were convinced the other candidate would continue polices that led to its demise.

  5. Sean says:

    Nice points. Makes me consider and reconsider what the heck is going on. If I were in his shoes, you would see me get my head blown off because I believe I would stick to what I went there to do. So I don’t really get it. Why go get the job, being the great negotiator you are, and sell out. Are the vagaries of the world too much for such a person. I may not have a clue about being big time but I would think Id be as honest, transparent and steadfast with a big piece of my brain missing out the back of my head. I would take a hero, a leader, to do the Presidency job, just to do the job, even having mistakes but doing the job as one advertised. Forget the hero I suppose and keep believing in myself and what I may be able to do.

  6. Larry says:

    “Trump has planted seeds for a revolutionary shift in foreign policy, based on non-interference in the affairs of other nations. ”

    What ….are you some kinda Commie or sumthin’?

    The United States knows what’s best for the rest of the planet, and doooooon’t you ferget it, Baba Looie!!!

    • truth1 says:

      Its been so long since I saw or heard the name, Baba Looie. Quickdraw McGraw side kick. I was very young when that was on TV cartoons. I dig it bro!

  7. dunc says:

    despite the intent or corruption of the consensus contrivers .and? the real conspiracy realities behind the geo political strategy.the individual has a pure intent.sometimes a pure thought, a pure act, a pure love..i mean coherent like a laser compared to a flashlight has nothing to do with the so called think the soldiers on normandy beach charging the germans did not have a purpose or fire/zone motivating them that over wrote there fear? the movement is predicated on that fire within .the circumstances are secondary..I M O. Trump generated a fire within..yheeeeh!!

    • truth1 says:

      I doubt it. Most charged the beach because there were herded and forced. Had it been voluntary. you would not have had anyone. FACT!

  8. arctourist says:

    well now…

  9. arctourist says:

    i mean.uh… heck yeah,somethin’s wrong,tell trump he’s got one week or less,and then robert steele and all the real americans are gonna have to let him go! got it? that’s what steele said,
    yeah,i know, -just keep yer fingers crossed!

  10. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    I do not know, and I suspect none of us knows, if Trump will be the savior or destroyer of humanity.

    The evolutionary process first endowed all of us with a tiny reptilian brain for selfish survival, a trait dominant in many leaders and saints, including the Biblical character, Saul who became Paul.

    The above discussion convinces me the only hope for humanity now is a benevolent Higher Power that produced a living biosphere on a water-covered planet out of fresh radioactive debris from the supernova that birthed the solar system five billion years (5 Ga) ago.

    I do not understand how that happened, or how Saul became Paul.

  11. Tina says:

    Doesn’t everybody realize that he is getting info from all directions? Yes, he has great ideas, but he has to get through a lot of red tape to try and implement them.

    How would you handle the situation? With pressure from all sides???
    I think he’s doing the best he can, considering the mess that was left to him. (TY Obama).

    Really… what condition did Obama leave us? US in debt up to our ears, bank bailouts, cops vs ppl, big Pharma run amuck, chemtrails are common place, education sytem failing (children using calculators and laptops, instead of figuring the math), emissions requirements on planes, student loan biggest debt amung Americans, etc, etc. I could go on…

    I hope our new Prez is trying to fix this stuff. I remain optimistic. Lot going on behind the scenes that we don’t know about​, I’m sure.


  12. Excellent commentary. Summed up and articulated many of my thoughts.

  13. DAVID H MENDE says:

    There is no organized resistance to the Globalist/ Communist movement. No group can you join to stand up for national independence and White/black security/prosperity. You/we stand alone. President Kushner will oppose us at every turn. If you make a stand against globalism/communism, you are called Hitler. Not a bad accusation if you study on it.

  14. Michael says:

    “Trump has planted seeds for a revolutionary shift in foreign policy, based on non-interference in the affairs of other nations.”

    There is two things going on here…

    First: to revitalize the spirit of the voting population, which has been flagging since the assassination of JFK. In a sense the death of someone so honored, so thoroughly inspiring, broke the heart and damaged deeply the soul of the American voter. This was modern era, not a hundred years ago. This was the brave new world, of the stars and everything wonderful. Kennedy was the greatest wake-up call. He brought so much to the table, people who lived in households that had been filled with prejudice, questioned it and stood up against their own family. The ideas of war and poverty, inhumanity; age-old problems that haunted the human soul for thousands upon thousands of years, became tangible through Kennedy. Became finally available right there in front of everyone. These problems could be easily solved. The real birthing of NGO’s and their influence on great power. And since that time have become another corruption.

    The real idea of space, going to the moon and beyond was great in the public mind, and actually possible…it wasn’t such a great problem. Kennedy seemed to be able to show that; express that; he was beautiful,; he was classic and godlike. And people saw that, and understand, that he was being real, he was just standing up. and they could do that too. And be that way. People recognized how genuine that was, and that was a great inspiration which really has left a lasting effect, there is still a spark there if you look. That’s why so many still talk about him today.

    His cruel death, introduced a new beast; a darkness took hold from the black magicians, they knew exactly what they were doing. This was not just the assassination of a president. This was the killing of a messiah again.

    The greater potion of this was the fight for the American mind. Killing what Kennedy had planted there. You have to remember that there was an innocence still quite alive, then. A purity of sorts. We were not so jaded, and the subliminal was not so obvious s it is today. Now we can look and see how much power they actually wield.

    From that point on in 63, a long line of successors from Lyndon Baines to finally Donald Trump. Has been manipulated, towards the globalist end. Each has had an agenda to fulfill, while still carrying on the illusion for a public, that has known it is being told sweet lies, but like a lover; still wants to hear them even though they are not true. Wakey wakey time.
    killing Kennedy was the killing of the American voting soul. And it has been a long slide into nihilism in the voters. Most just gave up, and did’nt vote…until Obama. Trump has taken advantage of what we see had seen with Obama.

    Secondly: Trump isn’t a president, he is a CEO. He is a master manager of companies and collections of companies. Government is a giant corporation, and you are its product. You are owned by that corporation. So don’t ever get it in mind that you are a shareholder, your not.

    A president is a different thing in the mind of the voters.

    The managers of the world are convinced it’s a big corporation, and always will be now.

    But the digit on the bottom, sees it in religious terms, these pseudo-messiahs we are dealing with in the public mind. Donald Trump is so much an nemesis, he is an anti-Obama…

    Yes he is a hero; yes he is a new type of politician that causes the voters to react differently. His purpose is to push buttons in the voting mind and he , I must say is very good at it. But this, is very much hunger games. The left is working at present on an Anti-Trump. And the games revitalized, and the voter possiblly inspired again for a while.

    Donald Trump as a truth, as a changer of foreign policy…no, that is not happening. That’s blind optimism. The deep state is firmly in control. He has been allowed to give back a few promises he made to his voters. this is sutle scocial engineering… But now it is on to the business of globalism. moving the machine forward to the point of no return.

    The deep state is serious in that movement towards globalism. They won’t hesitate to drop a couple of tall buildings to get their point across. They won’t hesitate to chuck 60 cruise missiles into a place, simply on a haunch.

    Donald Trump is the “New President” and that is different that the man who was campaigning prior to November 8th, 2016. This is a totally different man with different ideas.

    “Failing to distinguish between ideas and the people who espouse them is a sign of the lowest possible level of intelligence.”

    Exactly, I agree totally; so who do you think Donald Trump is speaking for….the voter? That way too funny. Hahaha…

    “…they’re looking for a reason to say destiny is doom.”

    No not from my point of view; what I am saying is, voting in the grand illusion is not change. It’s like going to mass and believing a little wafer placed in the mouth, is the body of Christ.

    It’s a great waste of time and energy. It’s bread and circus. time to give it up. You change the system on how it was built, from the inside; it was built one brick at a time.

    Trump: like every other president is powerless, against the authority of the board.

    • truth1 says:

      “It’s a great waste of time and energy. It’s bread and circus. time to give it up.: that sums it up best. A waste of time. I have never voted since I graduated in 77. I knew better. I did start building my brain, though. It worked out pretty good, says I!

      • Michael says:

        Piss off idiot, you haven’t got the grey matter to fence with me. You spout cliche’s and brain pablam. For all that you write here, you don’t say very much, really you say nothing that hasn’t been read of a Q-card before, by other trolls.

        What is it you ruminate about?..”Something about walking paths of truth, alone by yourselfsie, in the dark, with the stiff wind of adversity in your face. And you alone with your little truth…*sniff*..(sorry tear came to my eye, or maybe it’s dusty, it’s probably too dusty)…

        Can you do me a favour truthie; spread you two fingers and point them straight out, like your pointing. Now turn them towards your eyes and jab em in there real fast for me, will ya…

        • truth1 says:

          Why michael, you sound exactly like a troll. BUt I had a good laugh and didn’t have to pay for it. I’ll take it! Cheers!

  15. Tom says:

    With Trump’s inauguration speech, he gave the power back to the people. Never before have we heard those words from a President. Now it is time for us to work and collaborate together to assist Trump in draining the swamp. That is the bottom line. We have to get more involved, understand our Constitution and how to apply it to get rid of the corruption and insanity that is currently in place. Section 3 and 4 of the 14th Amendment provide remedy to the People, to begin this process.

    • truth1 says:

      Man, what ever it is you is smokin or swallowing, I’d sure like to have some. The drugs they sell up here in Maine could never compete with it. for that its worth, the party’s over. The rich won a long time ago. We are all just slaves and many of us will be eliminated in 10-12 years. Have fun till then.

      • Terri says:

        I agree with joy and others. You are an idiot orwellian truth. you are right about one thing, though, you are a slave and you even appear to be proud of it.

  16. 50 Shades Of Pissed Off says:

    Jon, I strongly believe that they “got Trump” right before he bombed Syria. The real Trump is no longer with us. The technology they now possess is beyond our wildest imaginations. I wrote about this theory here.

  17. Joy says:

    Is it impossible for one to even imagine what it must be like for Donald John Trump to walk into that insane, vicious, demented swamp of festering control-mongering and not admit the possibility that it is equally insane to expect that he was going to put everything in right order in less than 100 days?! Come on, people!!

  18. From Quebec says:

    I agree 100% with you Joy.

    People are so stupid that they think everything should be done on day one.

    Here are Donald Trump achievements so far:

    There are so many, that I prefer to give you the site who published them.

  19. Jon,

    I think only one metaphor takes precedence here. I note the die-hard “Trumpets” will swear blind on “progress” just as the “Shillaries” did before.

    No, there is only one thing to say and people need to “get real” about it. Trump has not lived up to his words. That’s it. Period.

    Though I couldn’t fathom any change of direction now, when and if he does live up to his word, a different mantra would be possible.

    Trump summarises the abject failure of the American political instrument of power.


    • truth1 says:

      OT, you are 100% right, if not more. but people are not about to admit that they got taken yet again and will always get taken. They can not learn from patterns and are like a broken record that stays on the skip and would go on forever if someone did not lift the needle off the record. Trump is in no way any different than Ronnie R., GHW B, Bill C, GWB, Obama or Hillary C. They all obey very powerful men who rule the world. Who is in office does not matter. the policies do not change from one administration to the next. This is what people run and hide from. There is no hope for them. Their brains never got out of the starting block. Picture Wile E. Coyote holding up that little tiny umbrella as a huge rock is about to crush him to death. That is the situation.

      • arcadia11 says:


        from the start the whole staged trumpshow was a rerun, if you will, of ground hog day : – o

        (though ground hog day had a better ending)

        • truth1 says:

          yes, that movie is a very good comparison and one I would never have thought of. At best, I could have suggested the 1968 Planet of the Apes ending, but it would not have worked that well. How about Godfather 3? Just when I was out of and an completely legit, they drag me back into it. I can’t remember the exact words.

  20. Tom kauser says:


  21. Ivan K. says:

    [H]is initial position on non-interference acknowledged untold numbers of people in many countries who have been waiting to hear that message. …… Trump abandoned that stance …..

    Do you really think he has abandoned it?? You, the usually penetrating, subtle observer?

    When I look at Trump now, I’m reminded of what I did during high school.

    There are limits to what can be elucidated in words exclusively.

    Apparently one either has the ‘antennae’ on this subject, or lacks them.

  22. Jackie2015 says:

    The Clintons good people???

    It this is true than it is than this is schocking!!!,

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