Can we admit yet that Trump is part of the cabal?

Look, I wanted him to be the real deal as much as any of you. Life would be so much easier if some benign leader could just sort out our problems for us, leaving us to contend with first world problems like: do I want chicken kung pao or pepperoni pizza for dinner? (Still can’t decide).

But this is the time of the Great Awakening. And more than anything, that means we all need to grow up. It’s time to face the facts: Trump is not the messiah, he’s a very naughty boy.

Let’s examine this logically. First of all, we have this:

Yes, he really issued this statement (although oddly it no longer appears on his official webpage).

Trump’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis was erratic at best. He dithered on whether the virus was really a threat, made political capital out of the idea that it was unleashed by China to take down his presidency by crashing the economy and dropping his ratings, briefly championed some alternative therapies, and then threw his full weight behind the vaccine.

Trump is engaging here in Oh, dear’ism – that is, the sowing of contrary narratives to confuse the populace.

The BBC explained Oh, dear’ism in a 2014 attack on George Osborne, who was then Chancellor of the Exchequer, by drawing parallels with (what else?) Putin’s regime.

“Vladislav Surkov, … is a hero of our time,” the BBC told viewers. “Surkov is one of President Putin’s advisers … His aim is to undermine peoples’ perceptions of the world, so they never know what is really happening.

“Surkov turned Russian politics into a bewildering, constantly changing piece of theater. He sponsored all kinds of groups, from neo-Nazi skinheads to liberal human rights groups. He even backed parties that were opposed to President Putin.

“But the key thing was, that Surkov then let it be known that this was what he was doing, which meant that no one was sure what was real or fake. As one journalist put it: “It is a strategy of power that keeps any opposition constantly confused.” To which the only response is to say, “oh dear.””

Of course any Trump fan will now counter that this is what the Democrats do, this is what George Soros does, this is what Bill Gates and the WHO and the media does – and they’d be right.

The BBC, in the piece quoted above, went on to say the following:

“British troops have come home from Afghanistan, but nobody seems to know whether it was a victory or whether it was a defeat. Aging disk jockeys are prosecuted for crimes they committed decades ago, while practically no one in the City of London is prosecuted for the endless financial crimes that have been revealed there. In Syria, we are told that President Assad is the evil enemy, but then his enemies turn out to be even more evil than him, so we bomb them, and by doing that, we help keep Assad in power.

“But the real epicenter of this non-linear world is the economy, and the closest we have to our own shape-shifting post-modern politician is [U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer] George Osborne. He tells us proudly that the economy is growing, but at the same time, wages are going down.”

The irony in the BBC piece is that they are the foremost propagandists in Britain today, engaging themselves in Oh, dear’ism by pushing all sorts of wokery upon an unsuspecting public, and now making cutesy cartoons to tell the population that if they don’t take the vaccine, they’re killing granny.

And this is the point: all the bad guys are at it, including Trump, because everything that happens in the public sphere is one big charade. This is why we now have an America that is irrevocably divided down the middle, between those who believe that Trump is a fascist dictator and a threat to world peace, and those who believe the election was stolen and that Biden is the totalitarian dictator, surrounding his White House with military to protect his regime. There is no way to reconcile those two points of view. It will almost certainly lead to civil war.

And yet, look at who Trump blames. Not the Democrats, not Nancy Pelosi, but China.

Why? Because Trump is a fall guy – he’s controlled opposition. In order to sow the conflict, discord and societal upheaval that the globalists need in order to create the conditions for their ultimate takeover, The Great Reset, the globalists (or cabal, or whatever your choice term for them is) needed someone to play off, a leader for patriotic Americans to rally behind. Trump is that man.

The American population understands freedom like no other nation on earth. The supremacy of freedom as a pre-requisite for peaceful, prosperous societies is drummed into the American psyche from a young age. American culture is saturated with the Renegade Freedom Fighter trope, while patriotic Americans cling fiercely to their second amendment rights, and with it, their ability to repel tyranny.

However, that love of freedom has for many years been used against the American people in very subtle ways. Firstly, Americans have been conditioned to closely link capitalism and freedom in their minds. This has allowed American fascists to fly under the radar by posing as successful capitalists and philanthropists. Henry Ford and Bill Gates are obvious examples… but so is Donald Trump.

Secondly, (or perhaps ‘1a’), Americans have been told for the last century that as long as they have money in their pockets to buy consumer goods, they are free. Think of all those memes laughing at liberals who rally for communism while drinking Starbucks. Those memes are not entirely wrong – communism is an evil, but slavery to Starbucks and Apple is merely gilding the cage.

Thirdly, ‘freedom of choice’ has been used to push a deeply subversive agenda, mostly around gay rights and abortion. ‘Love is love’ and ‘My body, my choice’ both play on the notion of freedom as the supreme virtue. In this way, formerly conservative organisations have been hijacked by libertarianism, which is anything but conservative.

The subtle deployment of a twisted version of freedom to slowly sink America into totalitarianism has allowed ostensibly conservative heroes such as Ronald Reagan to get away with the most outlandishly nefarious acts, such as selling arms to Iran and hugely ramping up national debt. Trump is merely the latest ‘conservative’ figure to be held up in this way, apparently batting for the working man while quietly progressing the globalist agenda.

Source: The Balance

In September 2019, Trump signed Executive Order 13887: ‘Influenza Vaccines in the United States to Promote National Security and Public Health’.

The EO warned: “Unlike seasonal influenza, a pandemic has the potential to spread rapidly around the globe, infect higher numbers of people, and cause high rates of illness and death in populations that lack prior immunity. … Vaccination is the most effective defense against influenza.”

While couched in terms of a flu outbreak, the Order goes on to put in place infrastructure for the rapid development and deployment of vaccines as the first line of defense against a pandemic. It also calls on heads of departments to together “estimate the cost of expanding and diversifying domestic vaccine-manufacturing capacity to use innovative, faster, and more scalable technologies, including cell-based and recombinant vaccine manufacturing, through cost-sharing agreements with the private sector, which shall include an agreed-upon pricing strategy during a pandemic;” and “evaluate incentives for the development and production of vaccines by private manufacturers and public-private partnerships, including, in emergency situations, the transfer of technology to public-private partnerships … in advance of a pandemic, in order to be able to ensure adequate domestic pandemic manufacturing capacity and capability.”

EO 13887 was cited almost exactly a year later in Executive Order 13951: ‘An America-First Healthcare Plan,’ which lists the various achievements of the Trump Administration in the field of healthcare.

Buried in that document is this paragraph:

“My Administration has directed unprecedented attention on the substance use disorder epidemic, with a focus on reducing overdose deaths from prescription opioids and the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl. On October 24, 2018, I signed the Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment for Patients and Communities Act, enabling the expenditure of billions of dollars of funding for important programs to support prevention and recovery.  My Administration has provided approximately $22.5 billion from 2017 to 2020 to address the opioid crisis and improve access to prevention, treatment, and recovery services. We saw a 34 percent decrease in total opioids dispensed monthly by pharmacies between 2017 and 2019, an approximate increase of 64 percent in the number of Americans who receive medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder since 2016, and a 484 percent increase in naloxone prescriptions since 2017. Data show that drug overdose deaths fell nationwide for the first time in decades between 2017 and 2018, with many of the hardest-hit States leading the way.”

This may look innocent enough, but it’s actually the smoking gun. In short, it directly links the Trump Administration to both Big Pharma and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

I will take these at a gallop before this blog turns into a book, but briefly: Some 400,000 Americans are believed to have died during the country’s current opioid epidemic, fueled by Big Pharma aggressively marketing synthetic opioids such as Fentanyl.

In fact, the true figure may be much higher as the crisis has been going on at least since the late 1990s – a book titled Pain Killer: A “Wonder” Drug’s Trail of Addiction and Death by Barry Meier details the manufacture and sale of Oxycontin, which came to market in 1996 as a painkiller for cancer patients but was quickly adopted by teens looking for a quick high.

Either way, what is clear is, as the Los Angeles Times put it in 2016: “Big Pharma had created a massive legal opiate addiction, which directly led to the heroin epidemic because pharmaceutical corporations’ own addiction to profit arguably trumps any concern it may have had for patients.”

So this is the crisis the Trump Administration claims to be tackling. But how is it doing this? By spending billions on creating massive taxpayer funded (for which read ‘debt-funded’) social programs.

This is a little complex, but in short: since the first industrial revolution, wealth creation has relied on the manufacture and sale of goods. This is Adam Smith economics: streamlining manufacturing to make it as efficient as possible, in order to sell for as much profit as possible. However, increased efficiency has flooded the market with goods, This feature – bringing luxury goods to the masses – is touted as a key success of capitalism.

However, at the same time, un-tethered currencies have fueled a massive rise in public and private debt, driving massive asset bubbles which eventually burst, like the housing market crash in 2008. An op-ed in the Financial Times this week explained the problem:

“One of the key drivers of inequality in recent decades has been the ability of central and commercial banks to create unending amounts of liquidity and new debt. This has created somewhat speculative economies, overly reliant on cheap money (whether mortgage debt or otherwise) that has then funded serial asset price bubbles. Whilst asset price bubbles are an ever-present feature throughout history, their size and frequency has picked up in recent decades. As the Fed reported in its 2018 survey, every major asset class over the 20 years from 1997 through to 2018 grew on average at an annual pace faster than nominal GDP. In the long term, this is neither healthy nor sustainable.”

The bankers and financiers are looking for a way out that doesn’t involve them losing all their wealth in debt repayments, and the solution they have come up with is to commoditise social welfare programs.

This effectively works in the following way: a person is designated as having a problem, for example, drug dependency. They are assessed and placed on a scale. They then have to fulfill tasks that move them toward ‘recovery’. They are reassessed regularly, with the aim of seeing them move further along the scale.

This processed is monetised in a similar way to futures markets, ie, through betting. If a certain percentage of poor souls are successfully moved far enough along the scale, the bond pays out.

A lady named Alison McDowell has been doing a lot of work on uncovering this aspect of the Great Reset, and I thoroughly recommend watching some of her interviews if you want to understand this better. She summarises it in one of her blogs as follows:

“The future of “work” for many, in the planned Fourth Industrial Revolution being rolled out now, will be assigned pathways of “self-improvement.” One’s level of compliance will inform hedge fund bets made on portfolios of human capital. This is pay for success finance tied to outcomes-based contracts in privatized education, healthcare, housing and food assistance.”

She adds: Universal Basic Income is the cheese for this panopticon mousetrap. Don’t take the bait.”

[As an aside, earlier this year, she did an in depth interview with an Israeli researcher on Israel’s involvement in the globalisation process, in which she gave a presentation of her findings. In among that information was this slide (with my highlights):

This is where it gets a bit murky. Jules Trump is a South African-born Miami-based Jewish billionaire, who, along with his brother Eddie, owns the Trump Group, a collection of companies across a range of industries including property development. Jules Trump holds a controlling stake in the Israeli fertilizer maker Haifa Chemicals. Along with his brother, he has invested $150 million in math tuition in Israel. He is no relation to Donald Trump.

However, the Trump Foundation is Donald Trump’s charitable Foundation. In November 2019, according to AP, “A judge ordered President Donald Trump to pay $2 million to an array of charities as a fine for misusing his own charitable foundation to further his political and business interests. … Among other things, Trump acknowledged in a legal filing that he allowed his presidential campaign staff to coordinate with the Trump Foundation in holding a fundraiser for veterans during the run-up to the 2016 Iowa caucuses. The event was designed “to further Mr. Trump’s political campaign,” [Judge] Scarpulla said.”

In the 1980s, Donald Trump sued Jules and Eddie Trump over the use of the name “Trump.”

It could be that she mislabeled the Trump Group as the Trump Foundation; I have emailed her to ask for more information and will report back.

UPDATE: I have had an answer from Alison McDowell. It seems that Jules and Eddie Trump’s charitable foundation is also called the Trump Foundation. These sorts of ‘coincidences’ always set my nose twitching, but regardless, you can see from her map above how charitable foundations, private enterprise and public organisations are working together to create these social finance networks].

The point here is that Trump is using a problem that has been confected by Big Pharma – the opioid crisis – in order to roll out more of these social welfare programs which exploit people for finance.

Meanwhile, Catherine Austin Fitts in her Planet Lockdown interview last year also implicated Trump in the globalisation agenda. It’s worth re-watching the whole interview with an eye towards Trump as, although she merely alludes to him through the Space Force program and Operation Warp Speed, throughout her talk Trump’s role in the agenda becomes clear.

Before I wrap up, a word on Q. As I said earlier (and as Austin Fitts points out above), Americans have two things going for them: a love of freedom, and plenty of guns. This is why the trap has been laid so slowly in America over so many decades. But now we’re reaching the point at which the trap must be sprung, which will necessarily reveal the hand of those doing so.

The Covid-19 pandemic has been one way to herd people into the trap without them noticing, but the globalists know that the most freedom-loving, independent thinking Americans would not be fooled by such a plan. Enter Q.

What better way to get these naturally curious, sceptical people who already have zero trust in the government looking the other way than by laying a breadcrumb trail for them to follow where you want them to go? That is the purpose of Q. By sowing just enough truth into the trail the movement gained the trust of patriotic Americans and lined them up behind – who else? Donald Trump. Then told them to Trust The Plan.

Remember all the brouhaha around Trump telling the Proud Boys to “stand down” during the Presidential debates? The whole act has been carefully curated to set Trump up as Commander in Chief of the people’s militia precisely to neuter them. The guns will not be used while the patriots still think Trump and the military are going to step in in a civilised manner and take the globalists down for them. But while they’re waiting and trusting, the agenda is marching forward apace.

So, what’s the solution? I will leave you with the Hopi Prophecy quoted at the end of the Plandemic documentary:

You have been telling people that this is the Eleventh Hour. Now you must go back and tell the people that this is the Hour. And there are things to be considered…
Where are you living?
What are you doing?
What are your relationships?
Are you in right relation?
Where is your water?
Know your garden.
It is time to speak your truth.
Create your community.
Be good to each other.
And do not look outside yourself for your leader.
All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration.
We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.
— Hopi Elders’ Prophecy.