It starts with the triangle

Actually, it starts before the French Revolution but bear with this. I start with the Triangle because, despite the writer’s bias, it does pinpoint the power structure in the States and by implication – it comments on that of Europe too.

The Triangle

This would suit the cynical who are wary of DJT, as it places him as the spokesman for and champion of that military apex. His own thing is the economy, that’s clearly his focus and his foreign dealings have the economy at their root.

He’s certainly narcissistic but that’s no bad thing as long as things are actually being done as per his promises. Seems to me he is deliberately smoking out pockets of resistance in the swamp – of course he wants a 6-3 slant to the SCOTUS bench and is currently going for 5-4.

Were the midterms to go for the Deplorables, the Dems very much realize it’s lampshade time for many of them, from Clinton down to Ellison, Spartacus, Comey, Rosenstein etc.

With most of America backing them going down.

Happened with Nixon’s gatekeepers, why not with the Dems?  This is payback time.

But it’s also ‘smoke out the RINO’ time, expose him to the public and see what happens – they’re not enjoying it. Similar with Hammond/Soubry, I don’t think it’s actually collusion with the Donald and Them – using Svali’s concept of the elite, it’s very much dog-eat-dog up there, with one apex trying to be pre-eminent over the others, even to MAD being the end result.

The people?  The fallout from all this does help the people, so that doesn’t seem to me to be completely disingenuous of him and the fact that Hitler used rallies too, well – so did any populist leader throughout history.  The contrast between populist leader and the faceless politburo in the UN and EU could not be more stark right now.

The Christian eschatologist in me does wonder about the abomination of desolation a short time down the track but let’s leave that aside for now.  Certain portents do seem to … well, no matter for now.

Personal position?  Sooner of later, you will need to confront your Maker and that’s not my biz here, I’m not going to argue it out with you, plus you’d be best not blindly following anyone else out there, especially anyone mortal.  To say I blindly follow Trump is a misreading – he is useful for now in furthering the agenda of populism and freedom of expression.

Svali suggested you have your wealth in metals and in safe places in time of uncertainty, or rather certainty that those bstds were going to press on with this Great Work of Ages, i.e. the mystery religion, destruction and enslavement.

Nice stuff from Judge Jeanine here, whom many moot as the next seat at SCOTUS:

If you’re not on Twitter, no matter, she said the victim should be the focus, not the criminal and that can be the accused too.

My answer to Stephanie:

To Kassandra:

Dem strategy is crystal clear – drag out until October, when it becomes too late for Kavanaugh to be confirmed before midterms. Hence Ford will turn up on Thursday and the Dems will then drag out the questioning – Feinstein is part of that.

The GOP thinks it is a one day matter – ha ha ha.

Major issues at stake here

1. As Jeanine said, the rule of law. The instant you let that slip, cut corners with it, the society is on the slippery slope to dictatorship by bureaucratic, unprincipled pollies. That is why they have a Constitution.

2. Dem behaviour is like Remoaner behaviour – far from respecting the rule of law and democratic process, they’re happy to overturn it for personal gain – that’s the issue here.

You can’t do that and still maintain a functioning [as distinct from a Venezuelan or Somali] ‘society’, the people making statements in public that it is fine so to do – they are threatening, not just one issue – Brexit – but the whole rule of law because if they DO overturn a legally reached decision, then despite the ballot fraud of the left and establishment, there is no end to it – our side will do exactly the same in term, tit-for-tat, and it breaks down into chaos and anarchy.

Precisely what Alinsky’s cultural marxists with the grip on the elite want. We are fighting these bstds to the death because, as Churchill said, not to do so means the end of society as we know it.

7 comments for “It starts with the triangle

  1. The Blocked Dwarf
    September 23, 2018 at 12:04

    “Our criminal justice system is the most revered in the world”

    *SNORK* or was she using ‘world’ as in the ‘World Series’ sense?

    • September 23, 2018 at 12:21

      American lass, for American consumption.

      • The Blocked Dwarf
        September 23, 2018 at 12:37

        Yep that was kinda obvious. Only Americans (and Brits when talking about the NHS- gawd bless it, envy of the world that it is) would say something like that.

    • James Strong
      September 23, 2018 at 17:03

      We can’t gloat. In England and Wales the right to silence notionally remains, but effectively it is much diminished.

  2. September 23, 2018 at 18:09

    BD – was obvious.

    JS – yes it has.

  3. September 24, 2018 at 06:55

    As Jeanine said, the rule of law. The instant you let that slip, cut corners with it, the society is on the slippery slope to dictatorship by bureaucratic, unprincipled polls.

    That train left the station quite some time ago. The rule of law is pretty much gone. It’s all about power.

    The rule of law only existed so long as it suited the interests of those in power to maintain a veneer of respectability. It always has been all about power.

    Agonising about trying to get one more “conservative” on the Supreme Court is the height of futility.

  4. September 24, 2018 at 06:57

    We are fighting these bstds to the death because, as Churchill said, not to do so means the end of society as we know it.

    Churchill was one of these bstds. One of the biggest bstds of them all. Along with Thatcher and most of the great “conservative” heroes.

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