Posted originally on the CTH on March 25, 2023 | Sundance
A familiar tactic from within the toxic corporate media system is to push a narrative that anyone who opposes their worldview is just being divisive. This is said in order to make the victims acquiesce to the demands of the abuser. In many ways, We The People are in an abusive relationship with government.
If you do not agree with the agenda as it is controlled by a small a powerful self-described elitist class, then we become the problem.
The division is not determined by our definitions, the conniving and corrupt administrators of the system are the ones creating the division we are accused of perpetrating. However, there is no division in a social context as clear as the division between the working class and the investment class rulers who consider themselves above such arbitrary labels.
When you peel the issues down to their essential core, what you will always find, always find, is the money of the thing.
The created system of control is maintained through economics, and any America-First policy that threatens to close the divide between the ‘haves and have-nots’ is viewed against their interests. This is the essential core of the opposition we face.
A thriving middle class is a powerful political balance. But a working class struggling for scraps doesn’t have the time to deliver accountability. This division of wealth is what the Washington DC UniParty exploits. Despite their pontificating lies to the contrary, all of the DC systems are created to take advantage of the wealth gap.
The social structures which create and maintain society are easier to control with a divided nation.
President Trump and the coalition of MAGA represents a true existential threat to this perpetuated system of division. The America-First economic agenda created exclusively by Donald Trump is the main problem at the heart of all MAGA opposition.
Quite simply the America First agenda puts *their* money at stake, and collectively that amounts to trillions of dollars in multinational globalist financial control. The scale of the money behind the MAGA opposition is really the biggest challenge; it is almost unfathomable, and that scale is represented within the size of the war chest they assembled for Ron DeSantis.
The top of this financial pyramid holds a grip on political power that is threatened by the worldview, outlook and economic nationalist policy of Donald Trump. The top this system will not ‘lose’ with America-First Trump; however, they will gain at a slower rate. This group will not leave their throne, they only see a slower assembling within their vaults.
The Blackrock, Vanguard, State Street and World Economic Forum crews will follow the America-First policy and invest in America, they will just hate doing it. They will hate the best-play of slower gains because the returns are not as lucrative, expedient or fraught with the simple indulgences of their custom.
However, underneath that top-tier, there are many layers of vested financial interests at lesser but more generational risk. The Cornwallis crowd will see a much more difficult time advancing their influence and affluence with America-First in place. For this tier of powdered wigs, a loss for them could really change things. This reality is why you see demographic polling showing the more affluent the respondent, the less supportive of MAGA their responses.
It’s not a class war, per se’, it is something far deeper within the psyche and outlook of people. The need for control is a reaction to fear. Losing influence and affluence is the fear behind the division. If we make the totalitarians a better sandwich, if we reach across the aisle and afford benefit of high-minded doubt, maybe our professional abusers will permit us to keep a little more… Ultimately, the chase for scraps.
This sensibility, this triggering of selfish fear, is a powerful tool. This is exactly what is being intentionally and purposefully triggered by those who are professionally political, and they are doing it for their own benefit. It is not necessarily about creating a class war; it is more akin to controlling the wealth of a nation and then forcing groups to position themselves for what remains.
The ‘us -vs- them‘ scenario is not Republicans -vs- Democrats, it’s We The People, represented by MAGA, -vs- the totalitarian rulers in both parties.
We the people are the heart of America