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The Contours of Deep Politics
#1
Deep politics we all know transcends ordinary politics; you know the lies and deceptions of the pedestrian and hypnotized drones of the familiar.

Those pedestrians are all drones and trained Manchurian candidates so well organized in their conditioning that a slight divergence in that conditioning manifestation a la Donald Trump just might be the potion to catapult him as the next chosen one to fulfill the pedestrian mantle of the Presidency of the United States.


His divergence is his revealing the underbelly of the economics of the country that has allowed millions of jobs to be exported to slave wage economies like any old product by the mass producers of ordinary insanity we can call the American way.


That level has always been insidiously hidden from the masses by the loud noise of the left/right paradigm's illicit racism, sexism, and ordinary ignorance and stupidity…a stupidity so vast and ingrained in some that they actually loose sleep over a rich man paying taxes!


This level of deep politics is the second most apparent that Trump is tapping into: the hidden message within the hidden lies. The message: you've been bamboozled by the same reprobates that the "crazies" of the left have always tagged as the source of your troubles. But Dam... they had to hear that from what they delusionally think is one of their own: the Billionaire savoir! The lie: that you even have to starve everyday in a technological advanced age.

They have always believed the lie and always missed the message because they've been so soaked in emotional damage and that is the operation of the predator drones of the Deep politics state.


Zakariyya Ishaq
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#2
The fascinating thing about Trump is the way the Establishment Media (right, left and center) are determined to ridicule and dismiss him, because he isn't one of their anointed "serious" candidates. Every day they are convinced that his latest statements have destroyed his candidacy, but it isn't happening. The guy is an arrogant bully, but the political/media establishment are arrogant bullies in their own way - just more polite about it. They are so furious that their power is declining, that most of the public doesn't pay attention to them, that the public is turning to alternative media and "conspiracy theories."
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#3
Tracy Riddle Wrote:The fascinating thing about Trump is the way the Establishment Media (right, left and center) are determined to ridicule and dismiss him, because he isn't one of their anointed "serious" candidates. Every day they are convinced that his latest statements have destroyed his candidacy, but it isn't happening. The guy is an arrogant bully, but the political/media establishment are arrogant bullies in their own way - just more polite about it. They are so furious that their power is declining, that most of the public doesn't pay attention to them, that the public is turning to alternative media and "conspiracy theories."


You're absolutely right. Their game is being meddled with by this obtrusive clown. Their fun is being disrupted all two long years of this election folly.

And sure they are bullies with their fun.

Its too bad Trump has become a right-wing clown I would have hoped at least to get a left-wing clown to mess around with Hillary.

Bernie I'm afraid is too serious about himself so won't dare go after Hillary

As well he might get hurt if he did to her what Trump is doing to the GOP stalwarts

Likely though in the end the Clinton and Bush Royal Clan's will have it out

...for deep politics doesn't like nuance that's why JFK is in his grave

The problem is that is Jeb hasn't earned his bones yet and that scares me...
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#4
My idea here is that Trump, although he is a rich boy and a cultural average American guy, is he connected or unconnected?

My contention here is that since the JFK murder the elite don't plan to be careless again and allow an unconnected person to ever reside in the white house maybe save for the butlers.

...So you get the Royal Bush family and two poor, a white and black man from the bottom, Clinton and Obama, who will certainly never go astray. They've been too trained in desire and loss to rebel

So Trump may be spilling the beans and intend to wreck their plans.

"We were so close" Hannibal Lector said.

Of course that may be a fantastic proposition considering the stranglehold they have on the civilization and society.

But consider this: If Trump IS NOT connected then he may be in trouble

And also consider that in the annals of political history here the most problems the elite have had have been from two wealthy rich guys: JFK and FDR.

Trump may be more than meets the eye.
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Tracy Riddle Wrote:The fascinating thing about Trump is the way the Establishment Media (right, left and center) are determined to ridicule and dismiss him, because he isn't one of their anointed "serious" candidates. Every day they are convinced that his latest statements have destroyed his candidacy, but it isn't happening. The guy is an arrogant bully, but the political/media establishment are arrogant bullies in their own way - just more polite about it. They are so furious that their power is declining, that most of the public doesn't pay attention to them, that the public is turning to alternative media and "conspiracy theories."

By ridiculing him daily they are the ones making him all the more relevant. Keeping him in the news, all Donald all the time. The first debate next week is bound to be off the wall.
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#6
Trump went on TV with robotic Koch Brothers propaganda saying Obamacare is causing people to lose their regular doctors.
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#7
As of now I would say Trump is connected or if he does win they will easily co-opt him.... He's to ingrained in this capitalist system to ever really get in office and be out for the middle class or lower middle class.

To elevate Palin is proof he's pretty brain dead.

Whatever Trump is he's made the election a really big show

Or let me put it this way: if Ed Sullivan were alive they would have him moderating the debate coming up Thursday.
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#8
IMO if Trump actually runs for President, which he could as an independent, Hillary will be the next POTUS. Without Trump, Hillary loses. Hmmm.
"We'll know our disinformation campaign is complete when everything the American public believes is false." --William J. Casey, D.C.I

"We will lead every revolution against us." --Theodore Herzl
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#9
So our first edge of deep politics involves economics. The ordinary plight of the average workers attempt to survive in an advanced age of technological development.

They use to call that middle class but what people found out (something they should have already known from your average college sociology textbook) is that the middle class we knew wasn't the real middle class. Indeed the iron worker, auto worker, steel worker, and even your average plumber and electrician, or Librarian, weren't really middle class…. No they were lower middle class.

There is a big difference

Both were still lower middle class. And that was the first deception of deep politics economics….Revealed to us so succinctly in the 2007-8 depression of George Walker Bush, that scion of the Skull n Bones fraternity of the upper class deep politics…

So to the average person, middle class is the biggest misnomer in the history of misnomers.

Since no one ever thought of it as a working stiff.

They deceived us to think a working stiff was a middle class person!

No this group are the higher class of merchants, lawyers, doctors, actors, store owners, college administrators, school superintendents, and the like.

They had ingrained in us the deception that an auto worker was not a slave.

So they first level of the Contours of Deep Politics is about economics and the common deception of class and from that has sprung a myriad of problems.

As they go on and cut taxes for the rich and send middle class jobs overseas becausedon't worrywe are all middle class so there's nothing to fear

Thus was the American safe for a while in the early 50's 60's 70's and even early 80's until Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and now Barack Obama started to work for the oligarchs directly. :https://firstlook.org/theintercept/2015/...l-bribery/

Reagan cuts taxes on the rich from 90 percent to 28 percent in the early 1980's and began the sordid trade policies that is continuing with Obama with the TPP trade pact with Asia.

After that Clinton outdid Reagan with NAFTA and GATT and worse the gutting of the American safety net and worst still the unleashing of the Banksters with the repeal of Glass-Steagle.

Now all of this is above board exoteric politics of course but it becomes deep-politics when we realize and start to see that everything that goes on in politics and its peripheral complex of political punditry exists to conceal the solution to this quagmire of economic death that the country is mired in.

So along comes Donald Trump who now and then slips in the fact that the jobs are gone….and we should get them back.

Yet Obama like Clinton is furthering the lost of jobs right before our eyes, he and his friends in the GOP are playing the fiddle of the oligarch capitalists.

Hillary only gives lip service to getting "jobs back" because she knows they can't and won't come back unless what her husband did and Obama is doing now is undone.

And Trump even with all his naïve sounding bluster knows the same thing Hillary knows...

So either Trump is a lying conman, of course we know Hillary is just that (or more precisely con-woman), or he is willing to undue this damage, highly unlikely since if he tried to he would be the next victim of Deep six politics.
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#10
I continue to be amazed at how the political/media establishment insist that Trump isn't playing the game by their rules, so his campaign must implode any day now. Today he gave a speech containing a lot of populist economic nationalism. There are tens of millions of Americans who've watched their jobs get outsourced, their lives downsized, who are eager to hear this kind of thing. Especially from a tough-talking businessman who promises to "get our jobs back."

Of course, the question is: is he sincere, or full of crap? Did someone put him up to this? What is his real agenda? Does he dream of making himself dictator?
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