SOROS-Funded Violence Threatening U.S. Electoral Process
A Fraudulent Protest Movement Against Trump Has Co-opted the Authentic Revolutionary Fervor Which Has Been Brewing Since 9/11.
The United States of America is finally getting a taste of what it’s like to have it elections marred by violent protests and disruptive riots. The C.I.A. has forever used these tactics to effectuate color revolutions and coup d’états wherever a regime change is desired. In fact Facebook revolutions and Twitter coups are now so common that even the common folk (digitally-connected, of course) are aware of their occurrence in real time.
All of the classic C.I.A. cyber-strategies that have been successfully used over two decades of bringing about regime changes have been sufficiently perfected that they can now be implemented at home in the good ole USA. Welcome to the 2016 presidential election cycle. The following headlines capture what’s in store for the rest of the campaign season.
What better opportunity to further refine their methods than to apply them during a campaign season when both candidates are unusually loathed. Which is exactly what the CIA & Company is doing every place there is observed a pack of agent provocateurs hard at work. The type of violence that is being witnessed, particularly at Donald Trump campaign events, is simply unprecedented in U.S. history. For those who were not yet born or too young to be aware, the Chicago convention riots of 1968 had nothing to do with the dynamic that the body politic is now seeing across the nation today.
The current brand of campaign violence that has been steadily intensifying is totally planned out in advance and completely premeditated to produce specific outcomes by the true instigators. Those who show up to do violence or provoke it are undoubtedly on the payroll of secret parties. These parties operate precisely as George Soros does whenever he wants to sow seeds of chaos and fear in a country that has been targeted for regime change. He is frequently the financier for these types of social cataclysms just as he fully admits to financing the refugee crisis throughout the European Union. That’s just what he does; he’s a heady social engineer full of hubris looking to mold the New World Order according to his highly distorted vision.
There is a common comparison being made across the Internet between the protest movement of the 1960s and the election protests of today. However, in reality, there is a vast difference between the two. Those protests of yesteryear were entirely spontaneous and fiery without a hint of phoniness. The protests that are being staged against the Donald Trump campaign are either being coordinated by COINTELPRO operatives or phony Soros-paid ‘activists’. In either case, agents provocateur are being sent in to disrupt the Trump campaign events anyway they can. The isolated protests against Bernie Sanders have been 100% coordinated by the DNC working in concert with the Clinton campaign, whereas those Sanders supporters raging against the system are totally real. Any disruptions that Hillary might face are being staged to give the appearance that she is being invaded by either Berniacs or Trumpsters. There is absolutely nothing real about any protest at a Clinton event as they are acted out by Clintonistas. The real downside of all the bogus protesting is that it is giving the false impression that an “American Spring” is taking place when in fact it is all a manufactured mirage. In this way the pent-up and genuine anger toward the U.S. Federal Government is being siphoned off by these spurious campaign happenings. The U.S. citizenry is being deliberately deceived by the very same ruling cabal that really does fear a citizen rebellion. This exceedingly dramatic and engineered campaign season is actually stealing all the energy which ought to be directed toward executing a bonafide Second American Revolution.
How is it that the rule of law is all of a sudden suspended for violence at Trump events?
Truly, no one has ever seen anything like it … except in foreign countries targeted by the CIA for regime change. Criminal campaign activists have now become a fixture practically overnight. Once their crimes have been committed, no one seems to care about their lawful prosecution. Well, at least the Democratic side blows it all off as justifiable protest. Clearly they have been empowered by the Obama Administration, as well as by law enforcement that is loyal to the Clinton camp. Big cities in general all tend to go in that direction as the recurring pattern of urban violent protests have graphically demonstrated.
What is quite new about this devolving phenomenon is that so many jurisdictions have no conscience about the serial lawbreaking. Even when the police have caught the culprits in the act on video, they show no will to take the appropriate law enforcement actions. This gross dereliction of duty and willful negligence have been approved and coordinated from the very top of the American establishment. Things like this just don’t happen in America … until now!
Why does everyone smell the SOROS skunk?
Let’s face it, it’s very easy to blame George Soros for all of this outrageous interference in the democratic electoral process. After all, he’s always so proud of funding so many of these fake protests and staged riots. Really, how many people will just show up at a rally to do violence and all manner of disruption unless they paid to do so. All of these violent protests have been fastidiously set up and orchestrated to show the American people that they no longer have any control or influence whatsoever, not that they ever did.
One thing is for certain and that is that the American people are getting a taste of what other nations have had to tolerate over many decades. The outright intervention by the CIA and direct interference by the U.S. Military have brought many a foreign government to its knees. Just look at Venezuela, Brazil and Argentina today.
Even though Trump’s fan base has been on the receiving end of most of the violent activity, there has been a similar undercurrent on the Democrat side as well. Both Clinton and Sanders have seen their events interrupted and/or supporters abused in ways never seen before in the USA. That’s because agent provocateurs are also being routinely utilized to give the impression that the candidates are endorsing the violence. Sanders clearly is not; Clinton would put her imprimatur on any form of disruption necessary to secure the nomination or an election victory. And Trump wants nothing to do the violence.
That’s where the likes of George Soros comes in. Just like Obama & Soros was a marriage made in hell, so, too, is Clinton and Soros. Soros has proven over many years that he will align with any political animal who will carry out his agenda, no matter what their lack of integrity or scruples. With this understanding the following article explains how American democracy itself is now under serious attack.
State of the Nation
June 3, 2016
This is an exceptionally crucial exposé to understand. Basically the ruling elites know that their backs are up against the wall. As a reaction to the inevitable revolt against the government-backed 1%, they have choreographed the campaign season to end all campaign seasons. There will never be another like this one as it has been scripted to be THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. In this way the WSG* super-controllers are harnessing all the rage against the Banksters & Company to produce their desired outcomes via staged protests. Each fabricated riot and protest is designed to present the illusion of a revolt against a candidate, or the System, or the electoral process, or the U.S. Federal Government. In their desperation TPTB have conscripted every protest actor in the realm. They don’t care if the actors are obvious illegal aliens at his point since what they need are as many bodies as possible to show up at the Trump events to ‘perform’ violent disruption. It is quite likely that this MO will only intensify as we approach the November 8th election day.
*WSG = World Shadow Government
Anti-Trump Protesters Attack Democracy in San Jose
Many Donald Trump supporters are justifiably upset about these attacks—and if they are, they should look more closely at what their own candidate has said and done.
In San Jose on Thursday, a volatile crowd outside a Donald Trump rally assaulted numerous attendees. They punched a man in the face, knocking him to the ground; bloodied another man by bludgeoning the side of his head with a duffel bag; trapped a woman against a glass door, pelting her with an egg and other objects; snatched a cap off a man’s head, lighting it afire on the street soon afterward; and perpetrated other hateful acts against total strangers, with many fellow protesters cheering them on and a brave few fervently pleading for nonviolence.
The bad actors in San Jose should be arrested, prosecuted, jailed, and broadly condemned. In addition to attacking fellow human beings, they did violence to the shared right to assemble. They assaulted the American inheritance of a politics that is decided peaceably at the ballot box by the people, not in the streets through force or intimidation.
By using the preferred approach of the Donald Trump supporter who infamously sucker punched a peaceful protester, another execrable actor who ought to serve jail time for his inexcusable thuggery, San Jose’s violent anti-Trump protesters offered a reminder that beyond left and right, conservative and liberal, pro-Trump and anti-Trump, there is a broad majority of Americans who intuitively understand the peril of abiding violence in politics—who understand that it would ultimately empower the most thuggish, ruthless, impulsive sociopaths—and that it is vital to stand together on that point, now and forever after, if on nothing else.
Phone videos of Mexican flags waving as Trump supporters are attacked will fuel nativist anxieties about immigration as well as hate-group fundraising.
White supremacists were undoubtedly smiling as they read the news.
In a week with headlines about Trump University’s shockingly unethical behavior, old footage of Trump telling a TV interviewer that he got furious at his former wife when she didn’t have dinner on the table when he got home, and the revelation that Trump failed to make good on a pledge to a veteran’s charity until the press called him on it, San Jose’s protesters managed to do the one thing that would give Trump supporters, if not the candidate himself, moral high ground in anything.
Here’s how I put it a month ago in a piece titled, “Hard Truths About How to Beat Donald Trump”:
At anti-Trump protests, eschew violence and any other behavior that helps his cause.
The activist left is very antagonistic to “respectability politics,” which Wikipedia defines as “attempts by marginalized groups to police their own members and show their social values as compatible with mainstream values rather than challenging the mainstream for its failure to accept difference.”
Since nonviolence is a value held dear by large majorities on the activist left, not a mainstream value it rejects, efforts to keep anti-Trump protests as peaceful as possible are not at all inconsistent with rejecting respectability politics.
They’re a no-brainer.
Results-oriented activists should go a step farther. If organizers at anti-Trump rallies did their utmost to keep Mexican flags out of the hands of activists and to have as many American flags waving as possible that may or may not constitute respectability politics. Labels aside, that tactic would significantly increase the chance that a given rally will help the anti-Trump cause and significantly decrease the chance that a given rally will harm the anti-Trump cause. All who regard preventing the empowerment of a demagogue who pits his supporters against Mexicans and Muslims as a hugely important goal should prioritize its achievement.
All that said, any reader of mine who is tempted to react to violence by a tiny subset of Trump opponents by supporting the candidate himself should understand that not only have Trump supporters engaged in violence on multiple occasions—two beat and urinated on a homeless man while saying “Trump was right”—the candidate himself has, on other occasions, explicitly encouraged violence, unlike Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders or Gary Johnson or Jill Stein or any other credible candidate for the presidency in my lifetime. “Maybe he should have been roughed up,” Trump said of one verbal dissenter who was beaten at one of his rallies. On another occasion, he declared that he missed the old days when people saying nasty things at political rallies would “be carried out on a stretcher.”
The great tacticians of Twitter think random attacks on rally-goers are a reenactment of the Battle of Cable Street. Looks more like the Days of Rage to me, with all the ridiculous posturing that implies. (Look up David Dellinger’s critique of the Days of Rage sometime. D-E-L-L-I-N-G-E-R. Not a hippie-puncher.)
I’ll skip past the moral critique of such tactics. They’ll just call it bourgeois sentimentality and we’ll get nowhere. I’ll also ignore the more hard-nosed question of whether the “optics” will “help Trump.” (I mean, they obviously do help Trump. That’s how polarization politics works. But set it aside.) And for the sake of argument, we’ll stipulate that Trump’s a fascist. Maybe he is. He certainly veers toward it & could get there.
You know who isn’t a fascist? Most of the people who go hear him speak.
I’ve covered several of these rallies. Saw some ugliness. But the offline crowds aren’t the same as the online Trump troll mob. Which is to say: I encountered some genuine Nazis, but mostly I met the sort of people who dug Perot 24 years ago… and have now convinced themselves Trump is a worthy vessel for their grievances. Could any of them become brownshirts?
People like them have before.
Right now they haven’t. Aiming at them is just acting out. You’re making the closest, weakest scapegoats your target. (And feeding their fears.) And with what endgame? You want, what, people to be too physically scared to go to a Trump rally? OK, they’ll just go to the polls then.
Thursday’s violence erupted in a left-leaning part of the country that likes to think of itself as unusually tolerant. And yet, would its residents feel safe wearing a Trump 2016 t-shirt around San Francisco or Oakland or San Jose? People in the Bay Area regularly—and often rightly—urge other parts of the country that are intolerant toward different people in different ways to engage in introspection and improve their community.
How many will do anything to respond to the fact that yesterday, at a political rally in their community, some of their neighbors got beat up merely for attending?