As I have said many times, the idea of a two-party system is a myth. What we have are two warring factions both fighting to control and sustain the same political zeitgeist but approaching said objective from only marginally different directions.
That said, heretofore these warring factions were able to carry out their Erebusic machinations with impunity thanks to the complicit dishonesty of the so-called “mainstream media.”
The mythical two-party system has kept We the People at odds with one another based upon an unrealistic idealism which we are led to believe by the various bureaus of agitprop will usher in political utopia if we just vote the right way.
Thanks to Donald Trump, much of the citizenry has finally had their eyes opened. The public is now aware that the long-held belief that We the People actually elected the president and representatives “of our choice” was in fact not the case. The wraith-like political ghouls operating behind the scenes were pulling the strings, and the media were doling out convincing lies presented as truth, which gave the masses the illusion of voting their choice. In reality, the voters were white mice unwittingly being navigated through a labyrinth of candidates to make the predetermined choice.
The media promotes candidates and destroys candidates according to the wishes of the diabolical marplots who were the bologna between the metaphorical slices of bread, heretofore recognized as political parties, while the moneyed wraiths were actually making the decisions.
But that has now been exposed thanks to the “force” that is Donald Trump. Due to the futility of the time-tested attacks that heretofore worked seamlessly until Donald Trump, the media and party controllers abandoned all pretenses that We the People controlled our political destiny.
The media have been exposed as nothing more than bureaus of misinformation. The late Arnaud de Borchgrave was a journalist for whom I have the greatest of respect. De Borchgrave frequently argued that journalistic integrity had become nothing more than a de facto “Pravda,” the Russian broadsheet that was the principle propaganda organ of the Communist Central Committee.
The American news organizations are no longer interested in reporting facts; they are interested in spinning insidious political ideologies and the heterodoxies of whichever political persuasion they adhere to.
These practices have been developed at the highest levels of media ownership and instituted in a way that blinded the audiences, regardless of which political entity they thought they were supporting. The truth is that we’ve not been supporting a political party; in reality we’ve been performing to the orchestrations of political power brokers who before Donald Trump were able to remain in the shadows.
Thanks to the Internet, they have now been conspicuously revealed in all of their malevolent anti-American decadence. The media have been exposed as the liars and deceivers they are. Those such as myself who have been trying to alert the people to their sinister activity have now been vindicated. The mainstream media and the political parties will never be trusted in the same way again.
Benjamin Franklin famously said: “It is the first responsibility of every citizen to question authority.” We have now learned that not only must we question authority but that it is our duty.
In his letter to William Stephens Smith in Paris, Thomas Jefferson wrote: “… The people cannot be all, and always, well informed. The part which is wrong will be discontented in proportion to the importance of the facts they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty. … What country ever existed … without a rebellion? And what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. … The ‘tree of liberty’ must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure.” (Nov. 13, 1787)
We as a people have been “lied” (sic) into a false sense of reality, cloaked in a vestige that deceived us into believing a manufactured narrative intended to give the illusion of purposed participation. In reality, we have become nothing more than pawns valued only for money and votes.
Donald Trump has given voice to We the People, and the political powers cannot abide that. Ergo they have been driven to expose themselves, which has led to the irrefutable revelation that we have been lied to and used.
We are on the verge of one of the most significant revolutionary victories in modern history, second, perhaps, only to Brexit. We cannot let down, and we dare not allow our victory to be stolen and/or denied by a media that would make Vladimir Lenin proud.
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