Do you believe that voting doesn’t matter? Do you believe that no matter which candidate wins, there still won’t be any significant policy changes? Do you think that both Trump and HilLIARy are bought and paid for by the oligarchy already?
If you answered ”yes” to the above, then congratulations – of course you are right! And that’s exactly why it’s imperative that Trump wins!
Wait, say what now!?
Ok, I get it, I get it. You’re pretty confused by that statement, right. If voting doesn’t change anything, then why is it imperative that Trump wins? If voting doesn’t change anything, then not voting at all would be the only rational option, wouldn’t it? And yeah, you’re totally right! I personally do not vote, and would normally not endorse any political candidate or tell people to go out and vote for any of these kosher approved puppets the oligarchy allows you to choose between. (If you are even allowed that choice. For argument’s sake, we are gonna pretend that you are.) But this time I’m making an exception for a very important reason.From the very beginning of his campaign, Donald Trump presented himself as the anti-establishment candidate. He said things like: ”The other candidates are financed by special interest groups, but I got my own money! I’m not bought by all those lobby groups like the other candidates are”. That’s a repackaging of Obama’s ”Hope & Change” campaign right there, that Obama used so successfully eight years ago. Remember that? He promised he was gonna end the wars and bring the troops home and all that, but as soon as he got elected he was like: ”Fuck all that bullshit I said during my campaign! Now that I’m President I got important people to please. If Bibi Netanyahu or somebody calls, and goes: ‘Hey nigga, hop on one leg and bark like a bitch’, then that’s what the fuck I’m gonna do!”.
So Trump has cleverly presented himself as the new ”Hope & Change” agent who’s gonna ”Make America Great Again”, and a substantial portion of the voting public with anti-establishment sentiments have fallen for it again. And with Trump playing his role to a tee, he fits really nicely into the larger narrative of the election circus, where HilLIARy Clinton of course is the obvious establishment candidate.
They are like two pieces of a puzzle that fit beautifully together to form a whole. They are basically portrayed as polar opposites of each other. Their respective characters are scripted like in a Hollywood blockbuster. See, every hero needs a villain. Spider-man has got the Green Goblin. Superman has got Lex Luthor. Batman has got the Joker. And HilLIARy has got Trump. Of course I’m not suggesting that HilLIARy is actually a hero. No fucking way! She is a murderer, a liar, corrupt to the core, subhuman garbage! Trump is like a saint in comparison to her. I’m merely saying that this is how they in effect are being contrasted to one another by the lamestream media.