Dick Cheney Will Train The Apprentice President In the Art of Government By and For the Elite

As I said in a May 9 post here trying to demonstrate how the elite mainstream media (MSM) shapes opinions surreptitiously, they portrayed Donald Trump as a ‘revolutionary’ compared to Hillary Clinton. I used this article from the WaPo as  example, the quote is from the article, the “two candidates” were Trump and Sanders, the two ‘revolutionaries’:

The other two candidates left in this presidential race want to overhaul American government. Clinton mainly wants to tinker with its parts.

They point that I tried to make in my post then and now is this (ignore the bad grammar, please):

As I have argued on this blog, Trump’ apparent ideological position, “anti-globalist”, has been a bone of contention for the GOP; but that would change once he makes peace with the party leaders. He is a billionaire, his alliance is NOT with you. Cheney, who came on board with him, will train him in the art of government by and for the elite.

People, you have to wake up. The elite, via its MSM and the not so mainstream who hate Hillary for being a ‘feminist’ woman, will put you to sleep and guide you to vote for Trump.

BIG MISTAKE  not to wake up NOW.

That’s how it happened that lewd Trump ended up being elected president of the USA. It was all psy ops.

And now watch Cheney training The Apprentice President in the Oval Office. Cheney is a master of manipulation, Trump is an ignorant businessman who will have to rely on the advice of Republican hawks to run the WH. Pence already told us, in an interview with Martha Raddatz, that he is planning to be a copy of Cheney as Vice President:

Donald Trump’s Vice Presidential pick Governor Mike Pence told ABC’s This Week he holds former Republican VP Dick Cheney “in really high regard in his role as vice president” and like Cheney, he aspires to be “a very active vice president.”

The Dick will be seating at the table with Trump at the WH.

Aren’t you happy and looking forward to Trump’s administration?

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More scary Children of the Corn.

Trump’s Art Of The Deal: Leaving Mental Illness and Depressed Economy In His Wake

Do you really, but REALLY want to stop Trump? It’s so easy! The MSM can talk about his millions gained from promoting an illness called ‘compulsive gambling’. What are the odds the MSM will go there? The same as  you winning the lotto.

Don’t expect the MSM to attack the elite class. Pouring the cleansing light over Trump’s so-called multi-billion ’empire’ would inevitably put many oligarchs’ head on the guillotine, for their billions too come at the cost of a nation’s health and well-being.

All those casino moguls feed the political elite class and the MSM; don’t bet on having the moguls exposed publicly by the same media and politicians who lied to the public and disregarded their constituents’ pleas to not open more casinos in their states. Anyone can check the stats showing casinos have not been the economical jackpot the people were made to believe  they would win in order to accept having them in their states.

Now the MSM is giving 24/7 coverage to Trump. You may think is bad coverage, but keep your eyes peeled and your ears unwaxed to hear the subtext. By not denouncing the source of his ’empire’ they are helping him: the implication is that he and his businesses are ‘clean’. And invariably they give more air to his attacks on Hillary than to hers on him. While he is ‘most hated’, he can ‘redeem’ himself by ‘looking and sounding presidential’; Hillary is not given that opportunity.

Money gambled in casinos is money that doesn’t come back to the communities. And the impact of the mental illness called ‘compulsive gambling’ is devastating to the person and the states. Religious fanatics are supporting Trump with bible in hand, but no one talks to them about the contradiction of supporting a business man enriching through immoral transactions, not that they care. Few people do. But it is because they are been lied to about the casino business.

The MSM is the art of deception, don’t expect to see it by just turning your TV on. You have to be critical of what they feed you, which means you can’t be passively absorbing the messages.

So, yes, bringing Trump down is easy if you have the will to do it. But, IMHO, it is becoming clearer that, despite all that ‘negative’ attention, the oligarchs and the MSM would rather have a corrupt billionaire in power than a ‘feminist’ woman, no matter that she is not a ‘threat’ to the nation.

Think about it for a moment: if Trump is so corrosive and ‘toxic’, why don’t they give more and better coverage to Hillary, or even Sanders, to counter him? The regular people is more open to having a woman president; the white male oligarchs are less inclined to it. And don’t dismiss either the fact that the Israelis are not ‘convinced’ that Hillary will do their bidding for them. These are some of the hidden political elements driving the deceptive MSM’s messages. It’s not only Trump they are ‘attacking’.

The MSM gave you the invasion of Iraq and now they give you Trump.



Note#4: The False Battle of The Outsider (T) vs The Insider (H)

The battle of the outsider vs the insider will be one of the themes the MSM will use to represent  the battle between Hillary and Trump. Psst: it’s a false battle. [See also Trump, Sanders, and the Myth of the Outsider]

Saying that Trump is not part of the ‘establishment’  is like saying that because your hair is outside your skull it is not part of your body.

The Trump appeal is the product of the success of the MSM at implanting in the people’s mind the myth that the business elite is apolitical and outside of partisan politics in Congress and the presidency.

Trump himself stated that all the republican candidates against him received money from him, that he “bought them, because politicians are corrupt. You can buy them to do what you want in Congress”. That is NOT an outsider; that is someone making use of his property: Congress.

But attacking Trump as an elitist, heartless billionaire businessman would imply attacking the myth: the elite would be the collateral damage. You can bet your derriere on the elite not allowing that to happen. The MSM can defeat Trump, they just won’t do it attacking him as part of the elitist class.

So, whenever you hear the “battle of the outsider vs the insider”, remember: they are selling you the myth. They will NOT question Trump’s business deals, profiting from promoting compulsive gambling…They will attack him as a racist. But you know by now that the GOP is as racist, if not more, as Trump, don’t you?

Pay attention, people. Don’t let them manipulate your emotions.

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The Trump Appeal

So many MSM pundits trying to understand the Trump phenomena unsuccessfully. What is confounding to them is not that the public support the Donald’s  fascists policies about immigration; they would have no problem seeing the public supporting those same policies coming from the other candidates who have the same ideas as Trump…or worse. The confounding thing for them is that the public would agree with a card-carrying elitist, for they (the pundits) know  that Trump is not interested in the well-being of the regular people.

This is what they don’t see, what makes the Trump appeal so difficult to comprehend to the MSM pundits: that he is the product of their success. The myth of the business elite as apolitical and outside of partisan politics in Congress and the presidency is the valuable tool that must be kept intact in these presidential primaries, no matter how many politicians or which party may be hurt in the process of protecting said myth.

The Elitist Donald Coming Home to Roost

Trump is not ‘an outsider’ of government or politics; he may have not sat in Congress, but he is not an ‘outsider’ because he is part of the elite that manipulates politics from behind the curtains.

Trump himself just told the American public how politics are run here: he said he  owns politicians that, as he ruthlessly put it to embarrass his opponents in the first debate,  that suck his knee-caps (as Gordon Gecko said in the movie) for campaign donations. But somehow voters just don’t register in their minds that a billionaire himself has just opened the curtain and showed them that it is TRUE that they control politics from behind the curtain.

One of the reasons Trump is so despised by the GOP’s  ‘big donors’ (other billionaires) is because he just let the public look behind that curtain. But the public is still not looking. They continue to like the billionaires who corrupt our politicians, and hate the politicians. In a way is like arresting the prostitute for prostitution but setting free the man who paid for it: you can’t fix the problem by releasing those seeking the ‘favors’.

The believe that the Donald is an ‘outsider’ is the successful chicken coming home to roost.

The powers that be have for the longest been successful, with the help of the MSM they own, at hiding from the regular Joe and Jane how the political sausage is really made behind the curtains, and at portraying themselves as saviors of the nation from outside of politics. The elite hides how they control Congress and politicians with their massive donations and lobbyists to pass the laws that benefit them, how they buy their way out of the justice system. And, with their MSM, they cast the blame of the nation’s problem on ‘corrupt politicians’. Politicians are OK with that; to take the fall for the hand that feeds them is the price of privilege.

So, now they have an elitist who, in the eyes of the fed up segment of  the republican party, comes ‘clean’; clean of ‘blame’ as an outsider and ‘clean’ about how the politicians are the toys of the elite. What to do with him? The big donors can’t say he’s right about government corruption, that would be suicidal; so they cast him as a nut case, although they would rather call him a ‘traitor’ to their class. I’m just describing the situation, I’m NOT defending nor supporting him, God forbid.

The thing that irks these politicians and MSM is that their success at blinding the people about how the elite is behind our problems doesn’t allow them to attack Trump as an card-carrying elitist, which in normal situations would be his Achilles tendon. To claim that the Donald is lying about politicians being the puppets of the elite would be an invitation for him to  open the curtains of power in Congress and the presidency and name names. That will never happen on this planet.

But why do the people believes in him?

The Luxury of Telling It as It Is

Buying the myth that the elite is outside of politics allows the public to give moral qualities to Trump that he doesn’t have (honesty, e.g.). They view businessmen as honest because businessmen don’t ‘dwell’ in the house of  corruption. Out of sight, out of mind. Just because they don’t ‘dwell’ there doesn’t mean they don’t ‘visit’ the house. That’s how it comes to be that Trump has the luxury to say it ‘as it is’: he has the ‘moral’ superiority over his contenders who dwell in the house of corruption. But people confuse that brazen exhibition of power with honesty.

The Trump appeal to the public is a sign of their desperation, of fear, and of the delusion that fear begets, in relations to politics. The Donald appeal is the powerless’ cry for the powerful to come and rescue them from this debacle that is today’s politics because they don’t see in themselves the power to bring a modicum of decency, of humanity in this cut-throw capitalist elitists, and because they bought the lie of the elite as ‘an outsider businessman’, not a politician. Trump is ‘an outsider’ with ‘business acumen’. That’s what they think the nation needs. No matter how unpolished and pedestrian the elite member might be (Trump) he is better than the polished lying politician, in the voter’s eyes.

The confounding thing to the MSM  about Trump’s fans  is that they (the MSM owners) know that the Donald represents exactly what his followers hate in politicians, but attacking him would cause the elite in general to become collateral damage.

Michael Bloomberg will show more finesse and loyalty to his class if he runs for the presidency.