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15 August, 2017

Donald Trump has just ruined establishment common practices ... through Venezuela

Donald Trump is like a puppet which, from time to time, escapes and makes its own maneuvers, bringing pressure to its masters who run an already deeply discredited, to the eyes of the audiences, show.

by system failure

This may sound strange, but the recent open and direct threat of Donald Trump against Venezuela provides another evidence for the fact that he has been an option of necessity for the US neocon/neoliberal establishment against its favorite, Hillary Clinton.


The establishment usually promotes someone that will come straight from its 'factories', a person that fulfills some minimum standards. Someone who could 'elegantly' spread the US brutality under the noses of the manipulated, always with the help of the mainstream media propaganda, in order to maintain business as usual: complete and global domination of the US banking/corporate neofeudalism.

Someone so 'elegant', that could conduct proxy wars, ruin entire countries, run out of bombs, send drones to kill people around the globe, and yet, be already awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize! Does this remind you of someone?

Trump doesn't know how to be 'elegant'. He is a kind of 'cowboy' who express directly the neoliberal cynicism. His zeal to serve his plutocratic class is so obvious that has already done almost everything that satisfies its interests, contrary to his pre-electional rhetoric. As a consequence, his popularity already reached unprecedented lowest levels.

And if Trump's open threats against North Korea could be considered justifiable by the establishment apparatus, the open threat for military action against Venezuela has probably gone too far, even for the standards of the US deep state. The US most common intervention practice concerning Latin America, is civil wars, or, orchestrated coups. Direct invasion nowadays would be costly in many ways, and quite obvious. It could spark massive resistance, even inside the US by the tired-from-endless-wars American citizens. Barack Obama realized that, and that's why he decided to contact proxy wars against Syria and Libya.

So, we reach now a very interesting point where Trump, probably without realizing it, brings a lot of additional anxiety and embarrassment to the establishment apparatus. Because until now, the US warmongering circus was using its 'elegant' puppet, which was elected according to a carefully designed schedule, for the purpose of being able to conduct bloody wars and interventions, while maintaining a superficial progressiveness.

Barack Obama was a perfect puppet for that purpose, at least during his first term. And - as scheduled - Hillary Clinton would be perfect for that role too, if Bernie Sanders wouldn't have come from nowhere to ruin the original plans, forcing the establishment to turn to Donald Trump, as the choice of last minute.

Donald Trump is like a puppet which, from time to time, escapes and makes its own maneuvers, bringing pressure to its masters who run an already deeply discredited, to the eyes of the audiences, show.

So, one moment he decides to play the game and hire Goldman Sachs to run the country, deregulate Wall Street, and bomb Syria. The establishment apparatus praises him for becoming truly presidential. But then, he refuses to condemn directly the racist violence that caused the death of a woman recently in Charlottesville, forcing the White House to run behind him to fix things. After a lot of - we imagine - pressure, finally, Donald Trump was dragged to condemn racism, on the context of this horrible incident. And in the meantime, he expresses an exaggerating zeal to go after Venezuela and Nicolas Maduro, with a direct threat of invasion.

The embarrassment of the establishment concerning Venezuela was emphatic. The various mouthpieces didn't know what to do. Yes, they want Venezuela for the US big oil cartel, but Trump's statement was too sloppy. The mouthpieces couldn't condemn it - as their propaganda has painted Maduro as a 'dictator' - neither approve it. In fact, Trump didn't use the phrase 'military option' even against North Korea.

As things were going out of control, even Mike Pence was 'recruited' to restore previous status quo. It seems that the US Vice President has appeared with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos in an attempt to calm the outrage that followed Donald Trump's surprising threat to use military force against neighboring Venezuela. As the TeleSur reported, "Santos, who's courted Washington's stance toward Venezuela, put on the brakes after Trump's threat of military intervention in a Latin American country. During the press appearance with Pence he said, 'We must do everything possible so that democracy is re-established in Venezuela.' However, he confessed, 'but as friends, we must tell each other the truth and I told Vice President Pence that the possibility of military intervention must not be contemplated.'

The elites see Trump as a necessity that terrifies them every time he opens his mouth to unleash another straight threat. For these snobbish plutocrats, who know very well how to screw the majority, Trump is the 'dirty cowboy' who hate, yet need at this moment. He is the expendable who came for four years to do the job for the elites and leave. It doesn't matter if his popularity eventually reach zero levels.

Yet, the anxiety of Donald Trump to satisfy his plutocratic class depicts establishment's anxiety to retain the neoliberal status quo. And as the mainstream media propaganda becomes increasingly ineffective, it seems that, the establishment representatives are not only running out of time. They are also running out of tricks and options ...

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