The Red pill, Blue pill Election — NYC slumlord vs. Globalists
I’ll explain my theories as to the strategies the globalists have been employing in general around the world, and specifically in the current USA election.
Criticality of Voter Turnout Rates
If you wanted to be sure you were going to win an election against a populist movement candidate who has incited fanatical, highly motivated voters likely to increase voter turnout to fantastic levels unprecedented in the USA, you would not rig the polls to show your candidate surging to a lead by a wide margin just before the election. Rather you’d want to show a very close race, to emphasize to your supporters that their effort to get out the vote is critical for attaining victory.
Trump’s base of voter support are Whites, Seniors, Independents, and presumably conservative women living with their spouses. Clinton’s base of voter support are African-Americans, Latinos, the youth, and to a less wide margin women.
We can safely assume that a large chunk of Clinton’s female voters are social welfare dependents, independent-minded feminists, and other non-traditional lifestyles, many of whom do not live with their spouses (nor the father of their children). Women who are married living with their spouse turnout at 51% versus 32% weighted average for those who don’t. Thus Hillary’s female polling advantage will in all likelihood be nullified by poor turnout. Hillary’s other demographic advantages also fail to mathematically offset her 16% and 11% disadvantages with Whites and Seniors respectively:
- According to the USA government Census Bureau, Blacks are only 12% of the population and they have an 11% (i.e.
5% ÷ 45%) lower turnout than Whites.
- Asians plus Hispanics are only 18% of the population and have 40% (
18% ÷ 45%) lower turnout than Whites.
- Youth ages 18 - 34 years old are 30% of the population but less than ¼ of them turnout to vote; whereas, ½ of the middle-aged and 60% of Seniors turnout to vote.
Additionally Trump is riding a wave of populist discontent against the establishment politics that fomented with the Tea Party, which was co-opted by the Republican establishment which bends over for Obama. That “throw the bums out” mantra is likely driving some of those males who had stopped voting in recent couple of decades to turnout strongly (include myself in that demographic and even I was a door-to-door volunteer for Ross Perot against Bill Clinton in 1992). Women had surpassed men in turnout in recent decades, but my intuition is this may be reversed in this election. All this negativity about rape and groping is likely to make women want to avoid the entire topic. Remember females by nature are consensus builders and not testosterone driven confrontational. (Tangentially, this is because ovaries and eggs are more precious to reproduction than male sperm, i.e. if all the men in the tribe except one are killed, the tribe can repopulate if there are enough females, but not vice versa).
This is reinforced by the quagmire of that Obama populist drug hangover in 2012 visible on the first chart of this section, which was further proactively promoted (demoted) to acute Democratic mononucleosis, by snuffing out (in the California primary employing various alleged frauds) the rejuvenated idealism (and frankly some sound logic) of Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders could not be allowed to be the Democratic candidate for President because he was speaking out against the globalist banksters and the corruption of “the regulated infiltrating the regulators”. There are a lot of Democrats who are quite conflicted now causing a lack of unmitigated idealism about Clinton, which should most likely impact Democratic voter turnout negatively.
Hellary Anointed by Bankster Globalists
Hillary Clinton assured Goldman Sachs and other banksters in a private speech (presumably in exchange for their generous donations), a continual march towards globalism and respect for their revolving-door, incestuous control over their regulators.
There’s nothing magic about regulations, too much is bad, too little is bad. How do you get to the golden key, how do we figure out what works? And the people that know the industry better than anybody are the people who work in the industry.
MR. O’NEILL: By the way, we really did appreciate when you were the senator from New York and your continued involvement in the issues (inaudible) to be courageous in some respects to associated with Wall Street and this environment. Thank you very much.
Well, I don’t feel particularly courageous. I mean, if we’re going to be an effective, efficient economy, we need to have all part of that engine running well, and that includes Wall Street and Main Street ... what happens here on Wall Street has such broad consequences not just for the domestic but the global economy
good news story about what is going on right now in China. On the good news side I think the new leadership -- and we’ll see more of that when Xi Jinping gets here in the United States after having gone to Latin America ... His experience as a young man coming to the United States in the 1980s -- going to Iowa, spending time there, living with a family -- was a very important part of his own development.
MR. BLANKFEIN: His daughter is at Harvard?
So he’s someone who you at least have the impression is a more worldly, somewhat more experienced politician. And I say that as a term of praise, because he understands the different levers and the constituencies that he has to work with internally and externally ... On the not so good side there is a resurgence of nationalism inside China that is being at least condoned, if not actively pushed by the new Chinese government. You know, Xi Jinping talks about the Chinese dream, which he means to be kind of the Chinese version of the American dream.
When -- before the uprising started in Syria it was clear that you had a minority government running with the Alawites in lead with mostly the other minority groups -- Christians, the Druze, some significant Sunni business leaders. But it was clearly a minority that sat on top of a majority. And the uprisings when they began were fairly mild in terms of what they were asking for, and Assad very well could have in my view bought them off with some cosmetic changes that would not have resulted in what we have seen over the now two years and the hundred thousand deaths and the destabilization ... So the problem for the US and the Europeans has been from the very beginning: What is it you -- who is it you are going to try to arm? And you probably read in the papers my view was we should try to find some of the groups that were there that we thought we could build relationships with and develop some covert connections that might then at least give us some insight into what is going on inside Syria. my view was you intervene as covertly as is possible for Americans to intervene. We used to be much better at this than we are now. Now, you know, everybody can’t help themselves. They have to go out and tell their friendly reporters and somebody else: Look what we’re doing and I want credit for it, and all the rest of it. So we’re not as good as we used to be, but we still -- we can still deliver, and we should have in my view been trying to do that so we would have better insight ... To have a no fly zone you have to take out all of the air defense, many of which are located in populated areas. So our missiles, even if they are standoff missiles so we’re not putting our pilots at risk -- you’re going to kill a lot of Syrians. So all of a sudden this intervention that people talk about so glibly becomes an American and NATO involvement where you take a lot of civilians. In Libya we didn’t have that problem. It’s a huge place. The air defenses were not that sophisticated and there wasn't very -- in fact, there were very few civilian casualties. That wouldn’t be the case. And then you add on to it a lot of the air defenses are not only in civilian population centers but near some of their chemical stockpiles. You do not want a missile hitting a chemical stockpile.
The trending joke is that Shitlary demands a NO FLY ZONE at future debates.
The Red pill, Blue pill Election
The red pill and its opposite, the blue pill, are popular culture symbols representing the choice between embracing the sometimes painful truth of reality (red pill) and the blissful ignorance of illusion (blue pill).
The terms, popularized in science fiction culture, are derived from the 1999 film The Matrix. In the film, the main character Neo is offered the choice between a red pill and a blue pill. The red pill would allow him to escape from the Matrix and into the real world, therefore living the “truth of reality” even though it is a harsher, more difficult life; whereas the blue pill would lead to him staying in the matrix living in a pretend world.
So then why is Clinton’s campaign and their corrupt mass media rigging the polls to show a massive jump in lead for Clinton after the release of the “locker room talk” audio tape implicating Trump of touching the vaginas of the women who are attracted to him? The only logical conclusion is because they know they can’t win the election fair and square. If they had any reasonable chance to win it honestly, their strategy should be to keep the poll results close, in order to motivate Democrats to flock to the election booths. But that is futile given what I already explained.
Ponder why a society which profusely displays sexualism all over the place is offended that people who are mutually attracted to each other might want to sometimes foreplay roughly in romping intercourse. Isn’t that how we produce offspring. And although it is irrelevant to my point hereto, mostly what I’ve read about Trump is him sharing Tic Tacs to steal a kiss, which seems to me to be more a gentleman’s sheepish approach than a predator wolf attack.
I've noticed Trump gets his fair share of sexy female supporters, who apparently think he is quite swaggy.
The natural progression of analysis is to conclude that the powers-that-be are conditioning those who don’t support Trump that he is destined to lose. And moreover, by making the claims against Trump ever more ridiculously far-fetched and obvious lies, even to the extent of opening the eyes of those with a functioning brain stem to the complicity of the mass media (even Simpson’s cartoons) with Clinton’s corruption, one can not help but conclude that the powers-that-be are segregating the population based on those who choose the blue versus the red pill, i.e. where those who chose the blue pill have already been so severely brain washed that they are unable to discern common sense reality from fiction any more.
Demoralization of Western Society
As explained so eloquently by KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov in the 1970s, the process of brain washing and demoralization is complete and wildly more successful than even they could have imagined. But there is one key point Yuri made that must be emphasized. The revolutionaries and intellectuals must always be exterminated, because they can’t swallow the blue pill.
Whether the globalist elite rig the election results, use Russia as an excuse to have the election declared void, or frustrate Trump once he is in office in numerous ways, the powers-that-be segregate those with well embedded cultural traditions resistant to their indoctrination schemes, from those pliant blue pill swallowing cattle often affectionately referred to as sheepeople.
And then employ this segregation in clever ways to both exterminate these undesirable free-thinkers while using them to create collateral damage that furthers the aims of total control via globalism and 666 technocracy.
(ArmstrongEconomics.com: Worker Claims to Discover a Warehouse in Ohio loaded with Ballots for Hillary Already Filled Out)
Interesting you said they understand they must kill the revolutionaries. As I reflect on Syria as a tool for several agendas, I realized one important “benefit” of the conflict there and in Iraq and Libya (as staging grounds) is the ideological war of “free Muslims” fighting the western empire has been a focal magnet to attract the type of determined men TPTB want eliminated, in the process, the ongoing scorched earth violence demonstrates of the cost of resisting.
Imagine how this has been a pattern for centuries or millennia.
Haha, how convenient to use the Islamic revolutionaries as an excuse to destabilize Europe with rapefugees, incite+empower reactionary extremist groups within Europe bringing them into focus for extermination, while also rounding up the Islamic revolutionaries for their extermination. A generalized attack on the gene pool of competing testosterone and alpha males.
Excellent response. I wasn’t thinking too deeply about this as I have my mind into compsci work on language design which is one of the most difficult disciplines within compsci.
Note my prior reply to you just a few minutes earlier was also viewing the support of Trump from this perspective. As a plan B, use Trump to drive some conflicts and also round up those in the USA who still put up a resistance.
I generally think they would prefer the 15 - 30 year plan of indoctrination, but they realize that some cultures are too well embedded and they can’t achieve their goals without physical conflict.
The elite are also making a mockery of nation-state governance, central banks, and financial institutions, so as to usher in the acceptance of a global governance.
Note I do want readers to be aware that I don’t think everything is a conspiracy. I wrote:
Not everything is a conspiracy. LOL My dog throwing up on the kitchen floor. The clerk bagging my blackberries drops them. The power centers protect their turf and they’ve been doing it for centuries. It’s not likely they will show their ‘hidden hand’. Anyway, I appreciate your detailed knowledge of Trump. Thanks.
Yes of course, but it is also not rational to think that even the elite are coordinated to the point of denying the Second Law of Thermodynamcs. Total orders can’t exist unless we abandoned a quantifiable, finitary speed-of-light, which would collapse the light cones of special relativity thus making the past and present undifferentiated, i.e. nothing could exist. Without randomness, everything is known and static forever.
It's impossible for every phenomenon to be a conspiracy.