I hold this to be self-evident and wasn’t going to cover this topic, but I feel like stating it nonetheless. Donald Trump is controlled opposition. He is not going to win the next American presidential election, and he’s not there to do so.
Compared to the other candidates like Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, Trump’s clearly the best choice, but he’s still not good enough. Sure, he says a lot of things that sound legit, but he’s basically an actor there to gather the sympathies of people who aren’t Cultural Marxists. However, that’s all he is there to do; to look and sound good so you’ll be distracted. People put their faith into Trump fixing things instead of actually doing something themselves. He’s a lot like UKIP’s Nigel Farage in Britain. I’ve shared some of his videos on Facebook in the past, and Farage’s got great rhetoric, but he actually hasn’t done anything useful to free Europe from the yoke of the European Union.
The real positive side about Donald Trump is that he is saying some politically incorrect things in public. This is a sign that the “elites” have been forced to have controlled opposition who at least makes some sense. The people aren’t buying blatant frauds like Bush-Gore and Obama-McCain anymore.
Trump isn’t in the race to win, however. That’s not his job. He’s there to distract, and to make you think the democratic system might still work. It doesn’t. I might still vote of Trump if I were American for the hell of it, but it doesn’t matter. Or maybe I’d vote for Vermin Supreme.
I see a lot of “red pilled” people getting excited over Trump. To them I say, you’re not red pilled enough. You still buy into their games. He is not going to win. It’s a scripted race. The house always wins. I’ll have my “I told you so” when that happens. Or if I’m wrong, and Trump gets elected and starts making decisions that benefit America and the world, then you can say I’m just a dumb conspiracy nut.
Why Hillary Clinton will be the next US president: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2015/08/26/why-hillary-clinton-will-be-the-next-us-president/