Trump and ’60s Propaganda: Strategy to Launch North American Union?

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Source: thedailybell.com

Moveon.Org raising funds from Trump protests, warns more disruptions to come … “We refuse to be intimidated by Donald Trump, Fox News, or anyone else … We’ve been ramping up our efforts for months … We need to double-down in the face of direct attacks on our community”… The progressive group is funded by billionaire George Soros, and has endorsed Democratic candidate Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders for president. -WashingtonTimes

Analyzing the current political scene, a strange trend has become evident to us.

Here we’re seeing Donald Trump involved in a broad-based, elite propaganda campaign using violent change-making tools from the 1960s.

The goal? To help build what is known as North American Union.

That sounds crazy, but bear with us.

The political violence over the weekend shows that Trump is a more and more polarizing force as a result of  his presidential campaign.

As reported by the UK Guardian, “Donald Trump rally in Chicago had to be called off amid scenes of violence and chaos unparalleled in the recent history of American political campaigning.”

Perhaps Trump doesn’t know what’s going on. Perhaps he’s unaware. Or perhaps he’s a willing part of it. We wrote about our initial doubts here:

http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/trump-another-manchurian-candidate/

Trump is a charismatic and gifted businessman. But nothing in his background suggests that he is deeply wedded to “making a difference” on the political stage. He has no history of it. He is a practical man, and his ideas often seem to resonate because they provide practical solutions.

Like the Occupy Wall Street movement a few years ago, he could be harnessing the rightful anger that people feel for the wrong reasons.

We had a lot of questions about Occupy Wall Street, which was funded by George Soros and eventually fell apart because it wasn’t a real protest movement but a method of class warfare.

Now Soros seems to be at it again. And this time Trump may be part of it, though Trump seems to have the backing of a broad-based group of libertarians, social conservatives and alienated mainstream voters. What Richard Nixon used to call “the silent majority.”

Trump’s viewpoints are still evolving, but the military industrial complex does seem to have his backing. Responding to our previous Trump article, feedbacker “Carol” wrote:

“I have been reading Trump’s book, Crippled America, and like some of his ideas. However, his enthusiastic idea that the American military is and will be the police force or global military of the world is disturbing in that it is exactly what the NWO has proposed … ”

Trump’s book came out in November 2015, so it is obvious he’d been contemplating a political campaign for a while. Whether he anticipated this level of escalating controversy is less clear.

Oddly, the Chicago protests were at least partially organized by Black Lives Matter and MoveOn.Org, both groups supported by  Soros.

Billionaire Soros is a political activist who uses his vast wealth to create social change. He is taking aim at Trump, though even cursory research reveals that Soros is a longtime business partner of Trump’s. And they move in the same social circles as well.

Soros is one of the top givers to the Clinton Foundation. Bill and Hillary Clinton attended Trump’s 2005 wedding.

This leads to the question we’ve begun to ask: Is it possible some sort of dialectical strategy is taking place?

Soros provides the thesis, you see, and Trump the antithesis. Out of media-promoted conflict emerges a synthesis that considerably deepens the relationship between Mexico and America …

Trump’s “wall” – his signature political issue – would be at the center of this cultural and geographical realignment. Out of its construction, might emerge a greater union embracing a much larger geographical region.

This is a startling speculation; it is also an ironic one.

Not many of Trump’s supporters in the Southwest yet realize that Trump’s candidacy might bolster a merger of America, Canada and Mexico in one EU-style trading bloc often referred to as the North American Union.

Current events seem on the move in this regard from the North. New Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just visited Obama and the two men announced a deal that would speed passage between Canadian and US borders via changes in “border pre-clearance.”

As in the 1960s, there are forces at work that seem to be manipulating the US at an astonishingly deep level.

Black “rage” is rising as in the 60s and massive street protests are suddenly occurring. Drugs are increasingly being tolerated, though reports of police violence continue to rise.

The GOP convention may even mimic the fabled Democratic convention of the ’60s in terms of violent agitation if Trump doesn’t win the nomination outright. More violence creating the proper venue for a deeper synthesis.

No matter what happens, Trump has emerged as an almost incandescently polarizing candidate – perhaps the Richard Nixon of his era.

He has been the recipient of a concentrated wave of mainstream media vituperation increasingly resembling an organized campaign. We have often called such mainstream campaigns “memes.”

Poor David McGowan, lately deceased, suggested the 1960s “cultural revolution” was directed by the CIA. Certainly, the 1960s were a time of engineered rebellion.

The Youth Generation was purposefully set against its parents to create cultural chaos that would realign the psychological moorings of Baby Boomers. The republicanism of America’s founders diminished as a result.

What could we lose this time?

The yearning to turn back the authoritarian tide sweeping the US is palpable. Personally, we have no ill will toward Trump and hope he is everything people say he is. But we have a hard time believing he is somehow going to reverse federalist trends that have been in existence since Lincoln’s time, even if he wants to.

Conclusion: Are you becoming politically involved again as a result of Trump’s candidacy? Do you have renewed faith that the system can provide fundamental change if the individual is charismatic and courageous enough? Please recall that political victories in the modern era mean nothing. Look first to yourself and what you can accomplish with your own “human action.”

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