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Feeding Frenzy

by Jeff Thomas, International Man:

We’ve all seen the National Geographic specials featuring an animal that’s been isolated and brought down by a pack of carnivores. The pack tears out its throat to assure death, then proceeds to rip the carcass to pieces.

Occasionally, we see similar behaviour in politics, and we’re witnessing it presently in the US.

In 2016, it became clear that a Washington outsider, Donald Trump, would be the Republican candidate. Both Democrats and Republicans within the beltway looked upon this development with horror. This was a man who had not sold himself to one party or the other and therefore was not a puppet of the Deep State—the aggregation that actually owns and controls the US.

Republicans in particular panicked, as it became possible that their candidate, of whom they wanted no part, might actually win.

Some pretended to support him; others vilified him. Ironically, this only served to further embolden the American voting public that Mister Trump was indeed their man—someone who might actually “drain the swamp,” as he repeatedly claimed he would do.

It should be remembered that the six corporations that own and control 80% of the media, are, in turn, owned by the Deep State itself, so it shouldn’t have been surprising that, when Mister Trump actually won the election, the media immediately sought to discredit him by any means possible, in order to get him out. They began their attack immediately, and the attack quickly ramped up into a feeding frenzy.

Those of us outside of the US have looked on with amazement, since we receive our news not only from the US, but from other countries. As such, we observe the “Russian scandal” as being ridiculous. However, as Joseph Goebbels said, “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”

In addition, on a daily basis, the media have heaped on further accusations as often as they can, with pundits appearing nightly on the evening news, repeating incessantly that Mister Trump must be removed as soon as possible.

To make matters worse, the man that so many Americans thought of as their great hope has reacted by screwing himself into the ground. He’s behaved arrogantly and defiantly, repeatedly putting his foot in his mouth, providing further incentive for the hyenas that are biting at his flanks. Every time the press goads him, he makes some new self-destructive statement, behaving like a rank amateur and assuring that, one way or another, he will self-destruct.

In a discussion with Doug Casey and Nick Giambruno recently, each of us drew the same conclusion.

“I increasingly see Trump as an accelerating disaster. How can this not turn really ugly?”

“Trump is not only embracing—but turbocharging—the same destructive policies that every other president has embraced. This will only lead to a really ugly disaster… and probably soon.”

So what’s going on? Who is this guy really, and what does he think he’s doing?

Well, back in 2016, as Mister Trump began to build up a head of steam against his opponents, I repeatedly observed body language that reminded me of Benito Mussolini. Each had the odd habit of jutting out his chin in a defiant and imperious manner.

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