Revolution In Progress

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by Dee McLachlan

In Australia the mood changed last weekend.

For fifteen months the mainstream media (MSM) have consistently trashed Trump in every which way possible. They paid retired politicians to dish out derogatory commentary about the presidential nominee.

But that all seemed to change last week.

Even Australia’s ABC has, over the last few days, been broadcasting parts of Trump’s speeches that have made him look more presidential. Meanwhile Clinton’s free ride seems to be over.

The winds have changed.

It seems clear that over a hundred million Americans are sick of the political class and the status quo. Nothing has changed for decades. The revolving door has kept spinning, and the trough has just got more exclusive.

It happens in Canberra too, where politicians on overly generous retirement packages move on to scoop up commercial rewards. The latest example being our dear Andrew-TPP-Robb, now working Landbridge.

(Meanwhile a person I know on disability benefits, from a serious life-changing injury, must forfeit half her award wages for the 7 hours she works each week. Additional take home pay: Around $80/w. )

There is a revolution in progress. Not one fought with guns and bullets, but with shots being fired over the internet.

We truly live in exciting times. And why this change in the MSM now?

The Last Days For Clinton?

Investment Watchdog reports that “Deliberate Leaks are being Strategically Made to Stop Clinton Inc.”

“All our indications from behind the curtain are suggesting that there are many within the “intelligence” sector and “law enforcement” sector who are deeply troubled with the Clintons. They are trying to release documents and info to stop the Clinton Inc. Machine.”

Blacklisted news writes,

“Not just Hillary, entire Obama administration exposed for using private email to avoid FOIA requests.

Wikileaks is helping President Obama keep his 2008 campaign promise — to be the most transparent administration in U.S. history — whether he likes it or not. And, once again, we’re learning more about the inner sanctum of the administration and its communication practices.”

It seems there is a counter-coup in progress.

Reality with Fantasy

I wrote, back in July 2015, that reality television was melding with reality. The boss of the reality show “The Apprentice” was running for the position of the most powerful leader in the world. To the commentators then, it was impossible reality. But we are only days away from their nightmare.

As presidents are the puppets for the puppet masters, I don’t know what difference it will make — but it is worth stirring the pot.

I had often thought that maybe Trump might be assassinated if he became too popular. But I no longer think so.

Humour me for a moment. When Kennedy was assassinated the president and the shadow elite running the show were two separate animals. So when “they” assassinated JFK, they just replaced him — and kept on with their business.

But now, after false flags like 9-11, I think the consolidation and deceit of government is so vast, the president and the shadow government so inter-twinned (like Siamese twins) — that they have conjoined, and it is like the twins have two brains, but are forced to share one heart.

So if they shot Trump, it would be like shooting themselves. And it could prove fatal.

The Internet Revolution

The Internet has changed everything. And I believe if the Port Arthur massacre happened today, they wouldn’t get away with it.

So how would Trump fit into the scheme of things if he wins (which I think he will)?

Back in the 1960s JFK told us how bad the swamp was at that time:

“For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence… It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.”

What I find exciting is that the American people are voicing their distaste for the power structure. They are beginning to understand that:

“We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated, governments in the civilized world—no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority…”  Woodrow Wilson, US president from 1913 to 1921.

What will happen when Trump gets in, I have no idea. And how would he even begin to “drain the swamp?”

Television and The Internet

When I was growing up in South Africa I heard the Apartheid government saying that television would corrupt the minds of the people. They resisted letting us have TV for over two decades, and then finally relented in 1976.

It did not take long before Bill Cosby was the number one rated show. Television enlightened the people. It took only 18 years before a black president was elected.

The World Wide Web went public in August 1991. 1999 was the tipping point when half of America was using the WWW.  It has been 17 years.

It is time for the “next stage.”

 


 

 

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Comments

  1. I think the only reason the MSM stopped barracking for and supporting Hillary and started to be more even handed is because they could see the writing on the wall.

    The writing being that they were all going to be dragged through the courts and likely loose their broadcasting licenses. At the very least find they were going to have to get rid of those at the top in order to survive.

    They simply started sucking up to Trump was to try and stave off this outcome.

    For some of them, sucking up to Trump wont even save them because their own puppet masters will not be happy with them.

    If Trump wins standby for some ‘suicides’ or ‘unfortunate deaths’ of some top people in the media.

  2. Who knows whether it’ll be successfully rigged against Trump.. But if the Yanks can avoid Killary and get their country back and start “draining the Swamp”, perhaps we can get our country back and start draining our swamp.
    Something to look forward to.

  3. They offer a poor choice indeed, but Trump has one thing in his favour: his own wealth means he isn’t as reliant on donations, hence he can’t be bought as readily as a Clinton. Regardless of how low he bows (bowed) before our Grand Masters at AIPAC and the like, they still hate him because they know they don’t have the kind of secure control over him that they have over the Clintons. On that basis I would be more afraid for the well-being of Trump’s family members than for Trump himself (why tip your hand bumping off another Pres, when all you have to do is threaten the life of his kids?). That said, too many Americans are investing too much in a Trump Presidency under the seemingly wishful hope that he can fix everything from Aardvark to Zanzibar. Its probably more an indication of their political fatigue that they wish so much from him (shades of “Obama he ‘gon pay ma mowrgiaje…” but from the Right).

    • The main problem with Trumps claim to make America great again is when were they great? Hiroshima? American civil war? Korea? Vietnam? agricultural collapse 1930s? banking collapse? New Orleans tidal clean up? WW2 fear of becoming German speaking? American Indian slaughter? World peace today? gun lobby? American bible belt? hard to know when America was great? other than dream on America!

  4. James O'Neill says:

    I should also commend people to read Helen Razer’s column (which is a reprint) in today’s Daily Review, available free online http://www.dailyreview.com.au.

  5. James O'Neill says:

    Neither Trump nor Clinton should be elected and it is a measure of how dismal the US situation is that the choice should devolve to those two. That said, I do not think that the election of either will materially change US policies, either foreign or domestic, as the real decisions are made by unelected persons whom Peter Dale Scott refers to as the “Deep State”.
    The President can still set the overall tone however and initiate policies that can mean we survive e or all die. In Clinton’s case we have a 30 year track record to evaluate. I agree with Diane Johnson’s assessment of her encapsulated in the title of her book, Queen of Chaos.
    I also have enormous regard for the opinions of Stephen Cohen who, while not a Trump fan, thinks that Trump is the less dangerous of the two; I.e. Less likely to embroil us in a nuclear war. That is no small consideration.
    Clinton is also without doubt a criminal whose long immunity may at last be coming to an end. As appalling as Trump’s behaviour and attitudes are, he has not, as far as we know, sold his country for personal gain and killed a lot of people in the process.
    What a godawful dilemma.

  6. The fear instigated by the Imperialist countries in particular Australia and America is the welfare of the lower and mid middle classes are to be excessively controlled by the right wing financial establishment, this repressive-ideology is fueled by the notion of consideration of the masses will lead to socialism eventually leading to communism, the governing preference of the ruling class is compensate the rich elite with excess riches as against the possibility of communism, the problem with this philosophy is the polarization that will create the very outcome feared? the method of enforcement of retaining power by the elite will be through a police state such as can be seen in America, the problem with police power is the culture is often created from the mid and lower classes, individuals such as Putin, Stalin, and many others are not equipped to have power and worthy as visionaries for the best outcomes of our planet and the inhabitants, the problem with the working classes are they have suffered existentially for centuries and the lust for power becomes as a result of this deprivation will become the new tyrannical force, the ruling class is similar to lower class power? the difference being they have had power for some time and the intelligent individuals who having been more conditioned to power recognize the illusion of power and have a better disposition to be more balanced and more likely to have a moderate attitude towards the class system.

  7. The shift just proves that “our” msm/gov is 100% flab.

  8. Well, it seems folks around the world are starting to feel a change coming — this one is from “strongman-weary Africa” :

    http://thehill.com/policy/international/304015-trumps-tone-resonates-in-strongman-weary-africa

  9. Politicians such as Joe Hockey, Bronwyn Bishop, Turbull and so on, all part of the rich becoming richer and paradoxically moralize the least well off having to make do with less? as we see in Britain signs afoot such as Brexit, whether this trend extends to America such as Trump being a life line to the underclass is yet to be seen although this outsider Trump would against all the odds to do the impossible.
    How a individual can arise against Wall Street and the ruling God being money is yet to be seen.

  10. Stone the crows!
    Could our msm and shock jokes be trumped?
    I see that even Fox News is foxing. See http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/
    Linked on 2nd Nov’ at 17.56
    Poor Jonesy and Harley Khan on 2GB.

  11. I think Trump will get in too. The smart money is starting to realise it too and starting to price a Trump victory in.. Who knows whether be any good, anybody but Hillary.

  12. Maybe start at 1 hour 29 mins re China. I can’t vouch for it tho.

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  1. […] “In Australia the mood changed last weekend. For fifteen months the mainstream media (MSM) have consistently trashed Trump in every which way possible. They paid retired politicians to dish out derogatory commentary about the presidential nominee. But that all seemed to change last week.“ Dance, puppet, dance …. https://gumshoenews.com/2016/11/03/revolution-in-progress/#more-9916 […]

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