For more than 35 years, the U.S. had been ruled by an oligarchic establishment of Zionist Jews, evangelical Christians, and corporate robber barons. This unconstitutional cabal is responsible for the 2007 banking collapse; wars of aggression in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Palestine and now Syria; the 2001 World Trade Center/Pentagon attacks; the rising police state and the impoverishment of U.S. citizens. The 2016 presidential election came down to a choice between continued slavery under the oligarchy, in the person of Hillary Clinton, and someone else. Donald Trump’s victory represents the victory of someone else, someone not tainted by decades of fraud, corruption, treason and incompetence.
To hear shell-shocked Democrats tell it, Trump’s victory was utterly unexpected. That they might have thought so is understandable since they had their noses buried deeply in the “Hillary Clinton for President” hymnal. As they fantasized about their expected coronation and intoned the requisite verities, they were oblivious to the seething popular hatred toward establishment Washington. The fact is that some did predict a Trump victory, but they got virtually no attention because the media was conditioning the public to vote for Clinton.
For the long term, though, what matters more than the fact of Trump‘s victory is its necessity, a detail that is lost on those wailing hysterically and hypocritically about the rise of fascism. The truth is, fascism or proto-fascism has been the national governing ethos of the U.S. since at least 1980. In The Host & the Parasite: How Israel’s Fifth Column Consumed America, I show how the election of Ronald Reagan accelerated the degeneration of the U.S. into a client state of Israel and how Israel-firsters in the government brought about the political and economic conditions that made Trump’s election inevitable.