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The USA is about to face the worst crisis of its history, and how Putin’s example might inspire Trump

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 3:31
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from The Saker:

Watching the last Presidential debate was a rather depressing experience. I thought that Trump did pretty well, but that really is not the point here. The point is this: no matter who wins, an acute crisis is inevitable.

Option one: Hillary wins. That’s Obama on steroids, only worse. Remember that Obama himself was Dubya, only worse. Of course, Dubya was just Clinton, only worse. Now the circle is closed. Back to Clinton. Except this time around, we have a women who is deeply insecure, who failed at every single thing that she every tried to do, and who now has a 3 decades long record of disasters and failures. Even when she had no authority to start a war, she started one (told Bill to bomb the Serbs). Now she has that authority.

And now she had to stand there, in front of millions of people, and hear Trump tell her “Putin outsmarted you at every step of the way” (did you see her frozen face when he said that?).  Trump is right, Putin did outsmart her and Obama at every step.  The problem is that now, after having a President with an inferiority complex towards Putin (Obama) we will have a President with the very same inferiority complex and a morbid determination to impose a no-fly zone over Russian forces in Syria.  Looking at Hillary, with her ugly short hair and ridiculous pants, I thought to myself “this is a woman who is trying hard to prove that she is every bit as tough and any man” – except of course that she ain’t.  Her record also shows her as being weak, cowardly and with a sense of total impunity.  And now, that evil messianic lunatic with a deep-seated inferiority complex is going to become Commander in Chief?!  God help us all!

Option two: Trump wins.  Problem: he will be completely alone.  The Neocons have a total, repeat total, control of the Congress, the media, banking and finance, and the courts.  From Clinton to Clinton they have deeply infiltrated the Pentagon, Foggy Bottom, and the three letter agencies.  The Fed is their stronghold.  How in the world will Trump deal with these rabid “crazies in the basement“?  Consider the vicious hate campaign which all these “personalities” (from actors, to politicians to reporters) have unleashed against Trump – they have burned their bridges, they know that they will lose it all if Trump wins (and, if he proves to be an easy pushover his election will make no difference anyway).  The Neocons have nothing to lose and they will fight to the very last one.  What could Trump possibly do to get anything done if he is surrounded by Neocons and their agents of influence?  Bring in an entirely different team?  How is he going to vet them?  His first choice was to take Pence as a VP – a disaster (he is already sabotaging Trump on Syria and the elections outcome).  I *dread* the hear whom Trump will appoint as a White House Chief of Staff as I am afraid that just to appease the Neocons he will appoint some new version of the infamous Rahm Emanuel…  And should Trump prove that he has both principles and courage, the Neocons can always “Dallas” him and replace him with Pence.  Et voilà!

I see only one way out:

The (imperfect) Putin model

When Putin came to power he inherited a Kremlin every bit as corrupt and traitor-infested as the White House nowadays.  As for Russia, she was in pretty much the same sorry shape as the Independent Nazi-run Ukraine.  Russia was also run by bankers and AngloZionist puppets and most Russians led miserable lives.  The big difference is that, unlike what is happening with Trump, the Russian version of the US Neocons never saw the danger coming from Putin.  He was selected by the ruling elites as the representative of the security services to serve along a representative of the big corporate money, Medvedev.  This was a compromise solution between the only two parts of the Russian society which were still functioning, the security services and oil/gas money.  Putin looked like a petty bureaucrat in an ill fitting suit, a shy and somewhat awkward little guy who would present no threat to the powerful oligarchs of the semibankirshchina (the Seven Bankers) running Russia.  Except that he turned out to be one of the most formidable rulers in Russia history.  Here is what Putin did as soon as he came to power:

First, he re-established the credibility of the Kremlin with the armed forces and security services by rapidly and effectively crushing the Wahabi insurgency in Chechnia.  This established his personal credibility with the people he would have to rely on to deal with the oligarchs.

Second, he used the fact that everybody, every single businessman and corporation in Russia, did more or less break the law during the 1990s, if only because there really was no law.  Instead of cracking down on the likes of Berezovski or Khodorkovski for their political activities, he crushed them with (absolutely true) charges of corruption.  Crucially, he did that very publicly, sending a clear message to the other arch-enemy: the media.

Third, contrary to the hallucinations of the western human rights agencies and Russian liberals, Putin never directly suppressed any dissent, or cracked down on the media or, even less so, ordered the murder of anybody.  He did something much smarter.  Remember that modern journalists are first and foremost presstitutes, right?  By mercilessly cracking down on the oligarchs Putin deprived the presstitutes of their source of income and political support.  Some emigrated to the Ukraine, others simply resigned, and a few were left like on a reservation or a zoo on a few very clearly identifiable media outlets such as Dozhd TV, Ekho Moskvy Radio or the newspaper Kommersant.  Those who emigrated became irrelevant, as for those who stayed in the “liberal zoo” – they were harmless has they had no credibility left.  Crucially, everybody else “got the message”.  After that, all it took is the appointment a few real patriots (such as Dmitri Kiselev, Margarita Simonian and others) in key positions and everybody quickly understood that the winds of fortune had now turned.

Fourth, once the main media outlets were returned back to sanity it did not take too long for the “liberal” (in the Russian sense, meaning pro-USA) parties to enter into a death-spiral from which they have never recovered.  That, in turn, resulted in the ejection of all “liberals” form the Duma which now has only 4 parties, all of them more or less “patriotic”.

That’s the part that worked.

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  • The general premise of this is right, but I see major assumption flaws.

    The notion that this is from “clinton to clinton” is absurd.
    This shit started with reagan, and President Clinton obviously departed from the reagan/bush/cheney/obama cabal when he handed the economy back to the working man. He departed so bad that congress fought him tooth and nail, but he was stronger and far more in touch with CITIZENS then congress.
    Remember the congress/Clinton “shut down the government” standoff? President Clinton won because he departed from the program and got the support of the public, which caused congress to back down and PResident Clinton was able to get a budget through congress that actually, for a change, benefitted the working man and stimulated the economy, which drove wages up and the deficit down with the accompanying huge boost in tax revenue.

    President Clinton departed so bad that eventually the hamstrung paper tiger congress finally had to peek in his windows and catch him getting a blowjob. Which, who the hell cares? It was weak, but it was all they had.

    President Clintons old lady will be helpless in congress just like Trump, except she has no authority.
    President Trump has a 5 gallon bucket full of balls and will go to combat with them and fight them much in the same way PResident Clinton did.
    President Clintons old lady will go hide in her quarters and cry her eyes out in frustration, congress will treat her just like they do Obama. The difference being Obama is obviously far more intelligent and seems to be playing ball with the reagain/cheney cabal and furthering their agendas enough to keep them out of his personal life.
    I suspect Clintons old lady will be another bumbling powerless fool like bush Jr. and constantly screw up to the dissatisfaction of everyone, including the reagan/cheney cabal that owns her.
    She is obviously more intelligent than bush ( which, that isn’t saying much, the stray cats who wander onto my property are smarter than he is too) and that will be the problem. Bush was an easy puppet for them. She will be a challenge for them.

    Trump at least has a shot at, if nothing else, constantly making the public aware of just how evil our poltical system has become. He could very possibly at time kick congresses ass the same way President Clinton did and make some progress for constituents.
    No doubt they will find some kind of scandal to lay on him too when he does. Of deal with him using more drastic measures.

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