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01 March, 2016

Trump is only a reserve of the establishment

Although there is a general perception that billionaire Donald Trump is actually anti-establishment, in reality, he is probably a reserve of the establishment. In many cases the dominant system is using its power (e.g. media propaganda) to distort even simple logic. The first fundamental question one should ask is: how is it possible a billionaire, who made his fortune inside this system, to be anti-establishment?

From the Intercept's article Neoconservatives declare war on Donald Trump :

Donald Trump’s runaway success in the GOP primaries so far is setting off alarm bells among neoconservatives who are worried he will not pursue the same bellicose foreign policy that has dominated Republican thinking for decades.


Even when Trump echoes certain elements of neoconservative orthodoxy – he repeatedly and emphatically calls for strengthening the military – he does so in a unique way. He talks not about spending more money but defying the “special interests” who make the Pentagon order “missiles they don’t want because of politics….Because the company that makes the missiles is a contributor.”

Jacob Heilbrunn, author of “They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons,” suggested in July 2014 that neoconservatives might be preparing to ally with Hillary Clinton.

With Trump’s ascendancy, it’s possible that the parties will re-orient their views on war and peace, with Trump moving the GOP to a more dovish direction and Clinton moving the Democrats towards greater support for war.

Although it is certain that the neocons and the US deep state prefer Hillary as the next president, Trump is not someone who couldn't handle. No matter what he says, it wouldn't be too hard to be pushed by the neocons in another dead-end war.

Furthermore, Trump's rhetoric is concentrated around a racist delirium. He avoids to take direct position on social matters, issues about inequality, etc. Of course he does, he is a billionaire! Trump will follow the pro-establishment agenda of protecting Wall Street and big businesses.

And here is the fundamental difference with Bernie Sanders. Bernie says no more war and he means it. He says more taxes for the super-rich and he means it. Free healthcare and education for all the Americans, and he means it. In case that Bernie manage to beat Hillary, the establishment will definitely turn to Trump who will be supported by all means until the US presidency.

Bosses : A similar event there will bring for us the desirable results. Trump's popularity is already very high. He will expand his far Right rhetoric. Our fully controlled media will play a double game. The mainstream media close to GOPs will advertise him and will present polls showing that his popularity is rising. The mainstream media close to Democrats will attack him for his racist rhetoric.

Then, all the moderate voters will unite around our most faithful puppet, Hillary. She will be the next US president as planned. Sanders will be vanished for good.

Representatives : How about Trump?

Bosses : Again, no problem. He is ours. If voters choose him, there is no much difference. He will follow the policy we want.


  1. Anonymous12/4/16 02:27

    He didn't "make his fortune within the establishment", he inherited it. And then poorly managed it, but not so poorly as to have lost it all quite yet.

  2. Anonymous15/8/16 10:11

    "... and the US deep state prefer Hillary as the next president, Trump is not someone who couldn't handle." Wha...??!!

  3. So what? NOBODY can come to power through an election with all the built-in protections by the elites who would overthrow everything. Even if Trump is just a bit better than warmongering, corrupt Clinton, then we should all be happy for that. I am fed up with people who immediately raise their finger at every possible juncture and say " but, but..." In this case "but, but he mnay still be an establishment reserve" Yeah, may be and probably is. So what? He may be a step in the right direction at least.