A true geopolitical earthquake that will reverberate around the world for years to come has shaken the Washington Globalist Establishment to its knees. With the concession of Hillary Clinton coming by phone early this morning, Donald J. Trump is now the President-elect, and will become the 45th President of the United States of America. Despite the slanted coverage, months of skewed polls, the disapproval of popular culture, the DNC’s clandestine operations against his rallies, and the rest of the Establishment working hand-in-glove against him, Trump has prevailed and the Globalists have lost. The Republicans now have the Presidency, the Senate, and the House within their power while the Democrats are fractured and routed.
Clinton’s presumptuousness in prematurely activating her transition team, setting up fireworks, and staging her reception under the set piece of a large glass ceiling designed to shatter upon the announcement of her victory highlight the opacity of the delusion and disconnection from reality that Clinton and her entire party suffer under. Worse yet, the Progressive Party will have difficulties uniting under a lack of leadership. President Obama is a lame duck, Harry Reid is retiring, Debbie Wassermann-Schultz and Donna Brazile discredited themselves working for the DNC, Hillary is probably through running, and Bernie Sanders is being branded a sell out. The only major leaders walking away unscathed are Elizabeth Warren, Chuck Schumer, and Vice President Joe Biden.
After the Clinton campaign was dealt a crushing blow by the revivification of the FBI’s email probe, President Obama took to the trail to stump for Hillary, imploring voters to preserve his own legacy by keeping Trump out of the White House. But Obamacare is dying of its own weight, and Hillary would have most likely replaced Obama’s signature legislation with her own single-payer system, so exactly what legacy is Obama talking about? I speculate that the President was afraid of being implicated in the improprieties of the Clinton campaign’s practices, and any possible investigations that would have awaited Hillary had she won the White House. Perhaps Wikileaks’ revelation of the President’s use of an email address outside of the state.gov system would have lead to further probing, or perhaps the FBI and/or the NYPD had evidence of DOJ interference in favor of Clinton at the behest of the White House. I suspect that at the eleventh hour, President Obama decided to cut a deal to preserve the integrity and faith in the American system of governance and himself.
I and many others have speculated that the source of the various leaked emails, paid speeches, and strategy memos was, in fact, not Russia. In a previous crackpot theory I echoed rumors that deeply dissatisfied, desperate insiders within the American intelligence community and military command were leaking these documents to divert America off of the path of Globalism and never-ending war. On November 1, those suspicions seemed to have been confirmed by Dr. Steve Pieczenik.
Now, Dr. Pieczenik is not just another tin-foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist, he’s a Harvard and MIT grad who served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under Henry Kissinger and James Baker, and served posts in four administrations. His expertise was psychological warfare and strategy as it pertains to foreign policy and the negotiation process. Dr. Pieczenik claimed to be in touch with the “Right-wing coup” comprised of moles and agents within 15 intelligence agencies including the FBI, CIA, military intelligence, and the Director of National Intelligence. By working with Julian Assange at Wikileaks, the coup plotters aimed to undermine Clinton’s chances for President and change the direction of the country in the least disruptive, most non-violent way they could think of.
According to history, the goal of most coups is simply to install a preferred individual in a position of power, but I think it’s clear now that this supposed coup behind President-elect Trump may have had another purpose in mind- to force the Establishment into allowing a genuine, fair election with true results. I believe that somewhere inside the intel communities or the Wikileaks files, there may have been damning evidence of corruption (or something even worse) pertaining to senior administrative officials in President Obama’s administration, and probably Obama himself. I believe that the President struck a deal with the coup plotters to allow a fair election in return for their silence and the preservation of the Obama legacy. During the days heading up to and including the elections, every single executive department including the office of the Presidency was monitoring the internet for any kind of cyber-attack or hack, and none were reported. If the deal was made, Obama held up his side of the bargain, and Trump won fair and square.
Today, Putin congratulated Trump on his victory, and stated his willingness to renormalize relations between the US and Russia. But gone is the look of sly confidence, the subtle glibness and self-satisfaction that stirred just below the surface of Putin’s countenance. For the first time in a long time, the usually smooth, unflappable former KGB operative looked like he was suffering from an ulcer. His smile had sagged into a pursed frown, his eyebrows raised in concern, deeply furrowing his brow as he looks up at the lights flickering off and on in the room. The look in Putin’s eyes is one of uneasiness and concern, and the bags that have formed under them seem to corroborate this. The result of the 2016 election is not at all pleasing to Putin, despite the speculations and accusations being made in the American media. Having dealt with about 25 years of Globalists candidates and policies, Putin was expecting to deal with four more years of the same. He admitted he believed Hillary, and her Globalist backers, would steal the election, and that would mean business as usual for the new Russia. After nearly half a century in power, the Globalist playbook assembled by Brzezinski, Kissinger, Baker, Kennan, and many others has become worn and predictable.
Now that President-elect Trump is en route to the White House, Putin’s wonderful new strategy of dealing with the Globalist West may need more time on the drawing board. In fact, Putin and Lavrov may have to start from scratch to deal with a nationalist, protectionist candidate who has also been largely tight-lipped on foreign policy. Instead of the status quo, Putin is now faced with an unknown variable who says little if anything of his intentions and doesn’t play by the “old rules.” Putin’s newly-won positions on the world stage as the new deal maker, the stable negotiator and propagator of mutually-beneficial trade may now be undercut by Trump’s anti-establishment views. There are plenty of reasons for him to be concerned.
“Now, everybody is sad when their side loses an election, but the day after we have to remember that we’re actually all on one team. This is an intramural scrimmage. We’re not Democrats first. We’re not Republicans first. We are Americans first. We’re patriots first. ”