by Richard Sauder, Event Horizon Chronicle:
Permit me to set the scene. This has all been set up by the Deep State, over a period of many years, in fact.
To begin with, Donald Trump is not an outsider, he’s an insider, and has been for a long time. He’s a New York City multi-billionaire with numerous business and personal contacts in industry, high finance and government at all levels. That has been true for decades, even before he ran for political office.
The Trump brand was conspicuously pre-positioned before the public’s eyes for decades. It’s called product placement and in this case the product being sold is Trump. It’s a familiar advertising technique. Very few people have their own network TV program.
I don’t have a network TV program and neither do you, because we’re not in on the game, yet Trump had his own program for years on end. He was the boss. He ruled the roost. You did things the Trump way or you were out of there; he summarily fired people who didn’t measure up to his standards.
As I said, it was a TV program, i.e., it was used to program the public mass mind, to familiarize the viewing public with the Trump brand, to present him as the man in charge. These things don’t happen by accident. Television is a brain washing technology par excellence and has been used for mass advertising, social change and political propaganda since its inception. TV was used to program Donald Trump’s rise to national power and influence. It doesn’t matter in the slightest whether you like him or not, whether you support him or not, whether you approve of his policies and policy proposals or not, or whether you voted for him or not, that is what has happened. He is a product of the system, placed before the public by the system.
The system prepares a whole roster of these people, feeds them into the pipeline and then trots them out for so-called public “service” as it deems necessary.
The Trump supporters think that they “elected” Donald Trump to the presidency. But nothing could be further from the truth. It’s all rigged, you see.
Here’s how it works. Using the mass advertising techniques of Edward Bernays, based on principles rooted in Freudian depth psychology and Pavlovian operant-conditioning methods of behavioral modification and control, the large segment of the politically disaffected public that were not amenable to the mainstream political narrative in the USSA were provided an “option” that they enthusiastically accepted: Donald Trump.
In reality, they didn’t choose him; rather he was presented to them as the alternative to the unacceptable (to them) Hillary Clinton. (Stay with me, this rabbit hole goes very deep, and in a direction you probably do not anticipate.)
Remember, methods of mass advertising and propaganda as perfected by Edward Bernays during the 20th century, have been employed on a wide scale, over a period of decades, in order to pre-position the product — Donald Trump — firmly in the mass mind. Successful product placement was half the battle. The other half was to persuade millions of people that their decision to consume that product was their personal decision, when nothing could be further from the truth.
Remember that mass advertising and propaganda experts like Edward Bernays, and the legions of similarly minded experts who have followed in his footsteps, have refined to a sophisticated art the technology of social and political influence and control, the better to induce the human herd, yes, herd! — in its teeming millions — to perform in a desired, deviously pre-planned way; notwithstanding that each individual member of the herd is carefully led to imagine that he or she is acting in a self-determined, self-actualizing way, arrived at after careful personal consideration of all of the relevant factors at his or her disposal, never imagining, with rare exceptions, that said “relevant factors” have been fiendishly pre-selected and pre-fed to the human herd, the better to artificially construct, and lead the herd through, a carefully designed decision tree calculated to produce a desired and approved of outcome, in this case: Donald Trump.
Those who work with cattle understand this dynamic very well. If you have a herd of cows and you desire to pen them into a certain paddock and lock the gate behind them, all you have to do is open the gate to the desired paddock, and drive them or lead them down the fence line. Owing to their herd psychology, they rush down the fence line and as soon as they encounter the opening to the paddock, they all instinctively break for the opening — which in reality is not an “opening” at all, but a pen — and once they are all inside the cowboys have but to lock the gate behind them, and their goose is cooked. They are penned, ready to be shipped to slaughter — notwithstanding that in their confused herd mind, they thought they were making a bold break for freedom!
The ranch manager and the cowboys were two steps ahead of them, you see, cleverly strategizing the secondary and tertiary consequences of their blind, false belief.
The herding of humans is not much different.
Enter the Pied Piper
The centuries-old tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin is directly applicable here. It was the Middle Ages in the German town of Hamelin, when the Pied Piper came to town. His magical flute music was so beguiling that all the children of the town fell under the spell of his enthralling tunes and willy-nilly fell into line behind him. They followed him out of town en masseand went away to their doom, never to be seen again.
I am not suggesting to you that Donald Trump is a latter day Pied Piper — on the contrary, it is the Deep State itself who has put forward Donald Trump as the Pied Piper!
Consider the front cover of the Rothschild-linked Economist magazine from two years ago. Click the hyper-link, take a look:
There is a great deal of symbolism in this cover illustration, far more than can be discussed in this short commentary, so we will restrict ourselves to simply notice the Pied Piper character on the left-hand side, playing his flute, directly to the knuckles of Vladimir Putin’s right hand.
The Economist is a prominent publication of the Rothschild-linked international banking consortium. The content of its cover therefore is not merely random noise, but has significance within the context of that powerful, global faction’s Machiavellian political machinations.