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Damage Control Going to Wear Off in 2015 — Warren Pollock

from USA Watchdog:

Multifaceted analyst Warren Pollock says the “damage control is going to wear off in 2015.”

Pollock explains, “If you look at the role of the President of the United States, his primary role is to be the public relations officer for the status quo. At the turn of the Bush Administration, as that administration failed, there was a lack of damage control. We are going to see the same thing as Obama leaves office timed to the end of 2015. There is a tremendous amount of effort to protect vested interest that goes on within the White House, and they will do anything to stop things from coming unglued. They are doing this on a day-to-day basis, and the moment they stop, or there is a pause or contention, or lack of consensus, then it is most likely, at that point, that things will become unhinged and unglued. I can assure you, the next President of the United States, whether Republican or Democrat, will be known as a great failure. He or she will be held responsible for the total decline of the United States.”

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3 comments to Damage Control Going to Wear Off in 2015 — Warren Pollock

  • Anon

    It will be Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush. And Americans are still “voting” – HA!

  • Rodster

    The best quote I heard someone make, has been: “Don’t vote, it only encourages the bastards”.

  • Angel

    A good one from Pollock. He sees beyond the veil and takes nothing at face value. Everything in the matrix is one big psy-op, after all, so how could you? And either you can SEE, or you cannot.

    I don’t know about the US and Russia tag-teaming China, but I suppose anything is possible in the twilight zone.

    I like his monk vs. martyr comment as well. Something tells me that we’re all going to be asking that of ourselves at some point soon, if some aren’t already.

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