"Propaganda is now such a pervasive part of Western governance that any foreign leader who resists the prevailing power structure can be turned into a demon and made a target of a “regime change” war....
To the invisible government in Washington, the unpredictable Trump is an obstacle to America’s design for the Twenty-first Century. This is to maintain the dominance of the United States and to subjugate Russia, and, if possible, China.
To the militarists in Washington, the real problem with Trump is that, in his lucid moments, he seems not to want a war with Russia; he wants to talk with the Russian president, not fight him; he says he wants to talk with the president of China.
In the first debate with Hillary Clinton, Trump promised not to be the first to introduce nuclear weapons into a conflict. He said, “I would certainly not do first strike. Once the nuclear alternative happens, it’s over.” That was not news.
Did he really mean it? Who knows? He often contradicts himself. But what is clear is that Trump is considered a serious threat to the status quo maintained by the vast national security machine that runs the United States, regardless of who is in the White House.
The CIA wants him beaten. The Pentagon wants him beaten. The media wants him beaten. Even his own party wants him beaten. He is a threat to the rulers of the world – unlike Hillary Clinton who has left no doubt she is prepared to go to war with nuclear-armed Russia and China....
Without a shred of public evidence, Clinton has accused Russia of supporting Trump and hacking her emails. Released by WikiLeaks, these emails tell us that what Clinton says in private, in speeches to the rich and powerful, is the opposite of what she says in public.
That is why silencing and threatening Julian Assange is so important. As the editor of WikiLeaks, Assange knows the truth. And let me assure those who are concerned, he is well, and WikiLeaks is operating on all cylinders.
Today, the greatest build-up of American-led forces since World War Two is under way – in the Caucasus and Eastern Europe, on the border with Russia, and in Asia and the Pacific, where China is the target.
Keep that in mind when the presidential election circus reaches its finale on Nov. 8. If the winner is Clinton, a Greek chorus of witless commentators will celebrate her coronation as a great step forward for women. None will mention Clinton’s victims: the women of Syria, the women of Iraq, the women of Libya. None will mention the civil defense drills being conducted in Russia. None will recall Edward Bernays’s “torches of freedom.”...
In 1946, the Nuremberg Tribunal prosecutor said of the German media: “Before every major aggression, they initiated a press campaign calculated to weaken their victims and to prepare the German people psychologically for the attack. In the propaganda system,
it was the daily press and the radio that were the most important weapons.”"
Comment: Re: Trump's "own party," meaning the Republican Party. I think the author would agree that the US has only one functioning political party. Call it the Democrats, the UniParty, the Government, whatever. It's been the case for a long time. The globalist GOP Establishment and Democrats have the same agenda: open borders, endless foreign wars paid for by US taxpayers, massive free trade deals, and providing massive amounts of US made weapons to violent cultures which will produce more "refugees" which US taxpayers must welcome and pay for or else be called "racist."
There's simply no money in putting America First.
Right now, Trump is the "second" party. He had to defeat the GOP Establishment to get where he is. More:
11/6/16, "Understanding Legislative Priorities Through the Eyes of the UniParty," tcth, sundance
"The UniParty has identical legislative priorities because the UniParty exists by the financial constructs of Wall Street (financiers) to K-Street (lobbyists).In order for the UniParty objectives to continue, they must provide the illusion of a distinction. That necessary illusion is where social issues come into play. Social issues such as, abortion, marijuana legalization, transgender bathrooms, some elements of 2nd amendment or religion etc. are necessary shiny things used to distract and manipulate voters. Pull lever – Get Pellet.
The social issues are the distinctions within the Republican and Democrat sales pitches used to divide and keep the voting electorate distracted. What both parties don’t want people focused upon is the actual legislative priorities themselves; the stuff they actually do accomplish. That’s where you find the UniParty apparatus fighting to save itself.
Within the legislative priorities you find agreement between Nancy Pelosi and Paul Ryan; also between Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell. There is no distinction within their budgetary framework as it pertains to the main elements of the UniParty legislative agenda....
A great example is within the TPP trade agreement. With republican control of the Senate the Senate actually passed TPA (Trade Promotion Authority) which essentially flipped the requirements for TPP passage. Instead of needing 66 votes for TPP passage, the TPA bill required 66 votes for denial of TPP passage....
Essentially the two party system is a ruse built by corporatist control agents, Globalists and Wall Street....
That is why we have been supporting Donald Trump since his announced candidacy."