Look who's back again: the point man for the Rockefeller interests, Henry Kissinger, now a foreign policy guru in the Trump Administration, as he was in other disastrous administrations like Nixon's, Ford's, Clinton's, etc.
|Henry Kissinger, right|
And Goldman Sachs is once again very well represented by a slew of their "former" employees in important governmental positions, as they have been since Lyndon Johnson's day and every Administration since. The globalists will have nothing to worry about with this crew in place.
The queers are well represented once again, too, starting with that great protector of pedophiles, Rex Tillerson, a man who not only used his power and influence to push sodomy on the hapless Boy Scouts and within his own company, Exxon, but is in fact a bonus in the new Administration because he is a member of the great Oil Interests and multinationals whose only loyalty is to their bank accounts. And then there is of course the revolting Peter Thiel.
|Trump and Peter Thiel holding hands. Isn't that just precious?|
Mr Trump, the great denouncer of unnecessary wars in the Middle East, has positioned himself fully on the side of the nation that is the greatest promoter of Middle East turmoil, so we can be sure that Syria is not going to see peace any time soon nor will Iran - another country that does not bother its Christian population and in fact helps its Christians - be taken off the bombing list. So, yes, there will be more wars and more dead bodies.
Christians grasping at any straw they can are giddy that Mr Trump will support good Supreme Court judges, as he said in the campaign. Since we have just illustrated above that his campaign promises really don't amount to much it would seem a good idea not to get too excited about the possibility of a genuinely good court nominee. And even if Trump presents such a nominee to the Senate, a group like their colleagues in the House a wholly-owned subsidiary of a foreign power, will have to approve him. Have we all forgotten so soon the Robert Bork debacle?
Look how Trump's appointments had to bow and scrape before Big Buggery at their confirmation hearings. And he will get sensible men into the judiciary?
Many who fear a new world war were ever ready to forget about The Donald's weak positions on everything else, hopeful in the knowledge that he really wanted to avoid war by seeking normal relations with Russia. Lo and behold, even that seems a bit doubtful now. The new president has reportedly agreed with the ludicrous hysteria concerning Russia and the election. So we can chalk up another win for the Oligarchy.
Yes, Trump is hated by what some call "the Deep State", the state-within-the-state that really runs the show: the fabled military-industrial complex, the rogue intelligence services and their assassins, etc. They still are not sure what he is going to do. The corporate media despises him as well. These hatreds are about the only positives we can see in the new Administration. But we remain skeptical that any of these hatreds will remain permanent if his appointments are anything to judge by.
Many voted for this man out of fear and loathing, well justified, of his opponent. Due to that fear too many are cutting the new leader too much slack. Wishful thinking has replaced prudence. There is nothing wrong with the virtue of hope but that virtue must be tempered by realism.
To sum up, the homosexual juggernaut will continue, there will be no fewer murders of unborn children, the Money Power will still be well-entrenched and the American Empire will continue its inevitable trajectory toward chaos. There may be small, insignificant victories for sanity along the way, but this Titanic on the Atlantic will not escape the iceberg. It is far too late to turn the ship around. America personifies Diabolical Disorientation.
Pessimism? Yes. But it is based on what is before one's own eyes.