Truth Conquers Perfidy



The Rough Beast
The Rough Beast
The Rough Beast



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  Societal Apocalypse The Demonic Cabal Capitalists Murdering Workers



    America's current ruling cabal is most accurately depicted as a demonic monster (right). This Satanic band of thugs subjugates, terrorizes, and oppresses the American masses as if they were a sub-human, atavistic beast (above) with only the rudiments of a mind. It manipulates the American masses with lies and catch-phrases, as if they reacted merely from emotionalism and blind prejudice.

    With America under the diabolical control of this criminal junta, the situation in this nation is somewhat epitomized by William Butler Yeats.


    "Turning and turning in the widening gyre
    The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
    Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
    Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
    The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
    The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
    The best lack all conviction, while the worst
    Are full of passionate intensity.
    Surely some revelation is at hand."
    We have recently seen the American masses act in the 2016 presidential election in a very specific manner. Both candidates represented the most reactionary and fascistic elements of our debased culture; the election contest was conducted on the most barbaric terms--each candidate trying to brutalize the other--and the victor represents the lowest, most imbecilic and criminal elements of American degeneracy.

   What the American masses did in the 2016 election was to vote against the capitalist cabal in power who has been taking their jobs, their homes, and their tax money and giving trillions to the capitalist billionaire banksters: "We're mad as hell and we're not going to take it anymore." As the Los Angeles Times of 11/10/2016 said: "He [Trump] tapped into seething anger and voters' ravenous desire for change."

    What the capitalist cabal realizes is that they were lucky the "rough beast" didn't have a genuinely progressive presidential candidate--such as Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren--or the masses might likely have voted these progressives into power as the new president. So to befuddle the "rough beast" the capitalist cabal is trying to make the American masses believe that they voted in a racist and sexist manner: against Barack Obama--a black president--and against Hilary Clinton--a female candidate.

"Media pundits and Democratic Party operatives are presenting the electoral rout that gave Donald Trump the presidency as an expression of pervasive racism and sexism in the 'white working class.'"

"Typical of the post-election attempts to make race the central issue are the remarks of CNN commentator and former Obama aide Van Jones, who said of Trump's victory: 'This was a white-lash against a changing country' and 'against a black president.'" 1



   The cabal's attempt to befuddle the American masses into believing they voted in a racist, sexist manner was immediately obviated by several major facts:
  • The same American masses that voted for Trump in the 2016 election twice voted to put Barack Obama--a black candidate--into the presidency.

  • Hilary Clinton--a woman candidate--won the popular vote in 2016--so the presidential election wasn't sexist

    Far more important to the voting masses was the announcement "two weeks before Election Day that Obamacare health premiums would rise by an average of 25 percent in 2017. This new and crushing burden on working family incomes underscored the reality that Obama's signature domestic program was a profit windfall for the insurance companies and corporations based on sweeping increases in out-of-pocket costs for workers." 2


The Return To the Hitler Ploy

    There have always been two major factions in the Satanic Cabal:
  • The pseudo-intellectual faction, most of whom have found it necessary to become members of the Council on Foreign Relations--as represented by the slavishly pro-British American Fabian Socialist Walter Lippmann

  • The gangster faction--as represented by Dubya's coup d'etat seizure of the American presidency in 2000, the outright destruction of justice under the Obama administration by the implementation of its "too big to jail" policy, and in 2016, by the rigging of the election by the outright gangster, Donald Trump

    The Satanic Cabal has traditionally put persons chosen by the CFR faction 3 into the American Presidency and other top ruling positions, e.g. the British Prime Minister post, the German Chancellor post, etc.

    However, when the cabal wants to start a new world war (between European and Asian nations and the United States), as in the leadup to World Wars I and II, it puts into power in the combatant nations criminals selected by the ganster faction (e.g. Hitler, Stalin, Franco, Mussolini, Tojo, Truman, Nixon, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II, Obama, Trump). This is for the purpose of placing in power sub-humans who have no moral compass and bring destruction to the nation through their total criminality, mass murder, and megalomania.


"The Trump regime is not operating outside the Deep State, but mobilizing elements within it to dominate and strengthen it for a new mission.

The Trump regime is not acting to overturn the establishment, but to consolidate it against a perceived crisis of a wider transnational Deep System.

The Trump regime is not a conservative insurgency against the liberal establishment, but an act of ideologically constructing the current crisis as a conservative-liberal battleground, led by a particularly radicalized white nationalist faction of a global elite.

The act is a direct product of a global systemic crisis, but is a short-sighted and ill-conceived reaction, pre-occupied with surface symptoms of that crisis. Unfortunately, those hoping to resist the Trump reaction also fail to understand the system dynamics of the crisis."

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Trump Rigged the Election

   Trump didn't win the election through intelligence, but through election-rigging. He hired an AI data-collecting corporation--Cambridge Analytica--to hone in on the areas where he could beat Hilary through the electoral college vote, not the popular vote. Using data on 240 million Americans and absentee voting data, the firm found four states where they could win with the electoral college vote: Florida, Iowa, Ohio, and North Carolina. Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, were dispatched to these four states for repeat visits.

   When we look at the election results we see how cunning this ploy was: A switch in these four states of only about 50,000 votes out of some 120 million cast nationwide would have been enough to give Hilary the election. 4

   Trump also rigged the election by seeing that millions of voters were disenfranchised in key states.

    Trump is not intelligent enough to realize that the American masses in the 2016 election voted against plutocratic oppression of the working class. He won't realize that the single reason he was elected is that in the presidential race he was the only alternative to Hilary Clinton, a clear tool of the capitalist cabal. Trump should, but probably won't realize, that voters who elected him in key states expressed their hatred for plutocratic oppression--and an interest in progessive policies--when they had a Bernie Sanders to vote for in the primary.

   Trump will most likely misinterpret his election to the presidency as an endorsement of his stated policies and initiatives. He should realize that they hate his brand of plutocratic oppression of workers just as much as that of the cabal that's been in power since 1913. Trump's already revealing that he misunderstood the election when he announced that he might appoint a capitalist bankster--Jamie Dimon, head of JPMorgan Chase--to his cabinet. The wrath of the American masses may fall on him soon, at least by the 2020 election.

The History of the American Masses

    From the beginning of America, workers have possessed very limited understanding of their own situation. They have not understood that throughout human history, the capitalist so-called elite have taken control of their lives.

"The rich man . . . conceived at length the profoundest plan that ever entered the mind of man: this was to employ in his favour the forces of those who attacked him, to make allies of his adversaries, to inspire them with different maxims, and to give them other institutions as favourable to himself as the law of nature was unfavourable.

"With this view, after having represented to his neighbours the horror of a situation which armed every man against the rest, and made their possessions as burdensome to them as their wants, and in which no safety could be expected either in riches or in poverty, he readily devised plausible arguments to make them close with his design. 'Let us join,' said he, 'to guard the weak from oppression, to restrain the ambitious, and secure to every man the possession of what belongs to him: let us institute rules of justice and peace, to which all without exception may be obliged to conform; rules that may in some measure make amends for the caprices of fortune, by subjecting equally the powerful and the weak to the observance of reciprocal obligations. Let us, in a word, instead of turning our forces against ourselves, collect them in a supreme power which may govern us by wise laws, protect and defend all the members of the association, repulse their common enemies, and maintain eternal harmony among us."

Jean Jacques Rousseau, Discourse on Inequality, 1754

   From the beginning of America, common people saw liberty as freedom from the oppression of the colonial aristocracy as well as freedom from British rule. One of their favorite slogans was: "Common people must be free from all 'Foreign or Domestic Oligarchy.'" They thought in terms of liberation from all oppression, not just "independence from Britain."

    But the masses were not intelligent enough to avoid being taken in by the merchant-class. After the colonial capitalist class had decided to declare its independence from Britain, it needed cannon fodder for its "war of independence."
    "Those upper classes, to rule, needed to make concessions to the middle class, without damage to their own wealth or power, at the expense of slaves, Indians, and poor whites. This bought loyalty. And to bind that loyalty with something more powerful than material advantage, the ruling group found, in the 1760s and 1770s a wonderfully useful device. That device was the language of liberty and equality, which could unite just enough whites to fight a Revolution against England, without ending either slavery or inequality." 5

The Post-American Revolution Era


"[The Framers of the Constitution] . . . had no wish to usher in democracy in the United States. They were not making war upon the principle of aristocracy and they had no more intention than had the Tories of destroying the tradition of upper-class leadership in the colonies. Although they hoped to turn the Tories out of office, they did not propose to open these lush pastures to the common herd. They did believe, however, that the common people, if properly bridled and reined, might be made allies in the work of freeing the colonies from British rule and that they--the gentry--might reap the benefits without interference. They expected, in other words, to achieve a 'safe and sane' revolution of gentlemen, by gentlemen, and for gentlemen."

John C. Milller. (1943). Origins of the American Revolution



the British House of Commons     A small group of wealthy people in America has always ruled the nation for its own benefit, not for the welfare of the people. The first American revolution resulted only in a change in rulers: from the British elite to an American plutocracy. Sixty-nine percent of the signers of the Declaration of Independence had held colonial office under England.

    The wealthy merchant class grew fearful of the working class's power and made sure that delegates to the first Continental Congress in Philadelphia in 1774 were selected from the "ablest and wealthiest men in America." John Jay, later to become the first chief justice of the Supreme Court, was elected as president of the Continental Congress. His sentiment was a forecast of what the Constitution would establish: "The people who own the country ought to govern it."

    The American masses were intelligent enough to elect Thomas Jefferson to the U.S. presidency when John Adams (second U.S. President) and Alexander Hamilton created an American totalitarian state, implementing the Alien and Sedition laws which effectively destroyed freedom of speech and freedom of the press.

   The American working class understood enough to elect Abraham Lincoln president, but was not intelligent enough to realize that the country had been brought into the civil war by the American and European capitalists and that the U.S. political and financial systems had been seized by this same band of thugs.

   The American masses had developed to the point that in the 1930's it elected Franklin D. Roosevelt to the American Presidency four times. But they lacked understanding that the capitalists had formed a new cabal in 1913 with the passing of the Federal Reserve Act and had even more ruthlessly seized control of American political, financial, and social levers of power. The American electorate was intelligent enough to elect John F. Kennedy to the American Presidency, but lacked the understanding to make certain that the criminal capitalist cabal could not assassinate Kennedy in cold blood.

    With the criminal class ruling the United States, since they assassinated President John F. Kennedy, America has been completely decimated until, under Obama, crime at the highest levels is rampant, yet no criminal justice is available for the masses.


"The turn to Trump signals that the ruling elite is preparing to use more authoritarian methods of rule and police-state violence to deal with the growth of social opposition." 6



   We can be somewhat pleased that the American masses have stirred in the 2016 election to register their abhorrence of the demonic capitalist cabal's unremitting destruction of the American working class. We must continue to stand with those brave souls who throughout American history have spoken truth to power. We must press on with our efforts to enlighten the American masses through the dissemination of the truth about what is happening in our country and the world.

"When Goodness appears to grow weak,
When evil appears to increase,
I create a new being through which to act.

In every age I come back
To deliver the Good,
To destroy the evil of the evil ones,
To establish Goodness."

Bhagavad Gita







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Notes:

1 Barry Grey, Race, class and the election of Trump

2 Ibid.

3 There is nothing more absurd than a Henry Kissinger, a John McCain, a Zbigniew Brzezinski, or a CFR Spokesperson--mandarins of the demonic cabal--pontificating on how the world ought to be run. The supposedly superior groups of foreign policy advisors--Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg group--are farcical in their presumption of knowledge and understanding. The "economic experts" within the cabal--Summers, Geithner, Volcker, Bernanke, etc.--have now been exposed as idiots who merely manipulate the "market" and have allowed rampant corruption to destroy the American and world economies.

4 As explicated by Cathleen Decker in her 11/10/2016 Los Angeles Times article, "Party left reeling, torn over direction"

5 Howard Zinn, (1995), A People's History of the United States, NY: Harper, p. 58

6 The realignment of cabal tactics