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Conflict-Chaos-Control: The Dialectic of Trump’s Presidency

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Published on: June 23, 2017

Once again the Republicans have proven that they in no way intend to live up to their promise to fully repeal Obamacare. The bill introduced to the Senate is nothing more than a watered-down version of the atrocious law Republicans were elected to repeal, and in fact, it promises to create more problems. President Trump hailed the House version as a victory even though it was nothing that was expected by the people who elected him. Americans voted for repeal not replace.

Americans voted for Donald Trump on the belief that he was an outsider and not an establishment politician. Just as it was with Obama, Trump has an army of supporters who absolutely refuse to see any wrong doing on his part despite the fact that he is failing to deliver on many of his promises. This author has opined in several articles that what we are witnessing in this country is a sham and that the election of Trump was a fraud of epic proportions. The fact that Trump beat Clinton has relieved many Americans who now believe that Trump is a conservative. The thought of Hillary Clinton as president forced Americans to support a candidate they really didn’t know a lot about. They refuse to look at the facts that he donated money to the Clintons, supported Bill Clintons gun ban and wrote a book describing his belief that America must have single payer health care. Little do most Americans know that Trump also just encouraged big Tech corporations to rally Congress to enact “comprehensive immigration reform.” Yes, America we have been duped and in the end, we will be forced to accept many things that we elected Trump to put an end to.

Many people believe that Trump is the “conservatives conservative” because the left, as well as establishment Republicans appear to detest him. The media has us convinced us that there is a witch hunt against him and that the hate being expressed is because he is a threat to everything Democrats set in motion under Obama. Consider this a moment, after the Senate health care bill was revealed protestors swarmed the capital in opposition to it before even understanding what was in it. The only significant change that conservatives can support in this bill is the elimination of the individual mandate. Aside from that, it is more subsidies and government funded programs. Yet, the left would have its supporters believe that this bill is stripping everyone’s healthcare away. There are only two possibilities which explain this. Either the liberals are so stupid they believe everything they are told or there is someone working behind the scenes deliberately creating conflict in order to push the illusion that the President is, in fact, a conservative, when in the end he is rubber stamping the liberal agenda. As outrageous as this may sound there are plausible explanations for this.

First, consider the fact that the majority of Americans were so fed up with liberalism after eight years of Obama that there was virtually no way Hillary Clinton would win. There is also no way that the push for globalism was going to whimper out over something as miniscule as an American election. The globalists, who mind you have accomplished everything they have using deception as their modus operandi, needed a strategy that would quiet the right wing in America and make them support their agenda. Trump, like any establishment politician, told the people what they wanted to hear but has failed to deliver on any of it. The major policy initiatives that we voted him in to change are either tied up in court or revealing themselves as more of the same big government garbage. Even the travel ban he tried to initiate was from a list of countries that the Obama administration has deemed as terrorist hot spots. Which only adds to the suspicion as to why the left is feigning such outrage over it.

Also consider the fact that the witch hunt over the so-called Russian collusion has done little but solidify Trump’s base, making it more unlikely that they will oppose anything he does while at the same time enraging the liberal left. This further gives the impression that there is a deep divide and that Trump is hated because of his staunch conservatism. This keeps the right pacified in their belief that they won the election when in fact we are ending up with nothing we were promised. The funny thing is that most conservatives would agree that the left uses deception to achieve its goals and that they use trivial issues to create distractions which keeps our attention focused where they want it. Yet, when presented with the idea that these techniques were used to get us to vote for a candidate which obviously is not a conservative, they will flat out reject and ridicule it altogether.

This theory may be just that, a theory. In the end maybe it very well deserve ridicule; however, we all know the left thrives on conflict. Their whole belief system is based on the premise of dialectical materialism which posits the idea that all progress is the inevitable result of conflict. From that theory came the Hegelian Dialectic or the problem-reaction-solution strategy. In other words, problems are deliberately created to cause conflict which pushes the public consciousness towards a predetermined solution. In the case of a Donald Trump presidency perhaps the deliberate problem is the conflict itself, forcing the government to enact more control. Which is what they wanted all along. There is a lot of talk of an impending civil war due to this deep ideological divide. That is a no win situation, it would just solidify the type of control the left wants to establish in this country.

Article posted with permission from David Risselada

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