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This isn't about Trump; it's about national sovereignty

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in response to reader comment: I wrote: a "saviour" *in this*

Submitted by Michael S (United States), May 23, 2016 at 11:00

HI, Anne. You wrote,

Trump uses a very limited vocabulary, much repetition, and short, slogan-like sentences. Hence why he *is* a "saviour" *in this*, that is, in a world so plagued with logorrhoea.

I agree. I like the term "logorrhoea" :-)

Just to keep you abreast of where my thinking is going concerning Trump: I am sure many people consider him a welcome relief from all the bull feces we've come to expect from Washington. That largely explains his popularity among US voters. I have noted another trend in the US election, however, which is very disturbing -- namely, that this isn't being treated by the world's elites as a "US" election. That's because the world's elites seem intent on destroying the "US" and "Australia" and the "UK" and every other sovereign, independent state, and replacing it with One World Government (run by the elites -- the 1% of the 1%)

Cases in point are the extreme attacks against the man who stands a good chance of becoming the next US President, by UK Prime Minister David Cameron and by London Mayor Sadiq Khan. Their calling Mr. Trump "stupid" is about the most arrogant, small-minded childishness I have ever seen coming out of the mouth of a Brit. It's normally disrespectful and improper for any world leader to involve himself in the internal politics of another country, but this is over the top -- WAY over the top.

I might note that Barack Obama, who also views Mr. Trump as some sort of subhuman species, has also felt free to get involved in British internal politics, threatening British voters not to approve the "Brexit" exit from the European Union. The last I checked, the UK and the US were not one and the same country; but Cameron and Obama, along with the principal European leaders, have been working hard to change that situation. Coincidentally, those leaders have also weighed in against our next President. They have also weighed in against British voters who approve the Brexit, Dutch voters who rejected having the Ukraine join the EU and Austrian voters who have just elected their new President. It seems that to Obama and Europe's leaders, voters are the main impediment to progress. Ex-US Presidents Bush, the Clinton Dynasty and the rest of our pro-TTIP "Europeans" are in the same league. Unfortunately, it seems that Daniel Pipes has also joined them.

Do you see what I'm getting at? This isn't about personalities, nor about logorrhoea, nor about saviors. It turns out, that this is an issue of major global concern, especially pertaining to Israel. The issue is whether the world is to continue as a group of sovereign states, whose politics are internal affairs, or whether we should all become subjected to an intellectual, monied and corporate elite that crafts our legislation in secret treaty negotiations such as NAFTA, the TPP and the TTIP.

In case you support the "One World Government" that Cameron, Clinton, Khan and the others advocate, you might notice that such a government would largeley resemble that of Communist China -- where "democracy" means that the leader was chosen by the Politburo, which was chosen by the Central Committee, which was chosen by local bodies of the Communist Party: a majority of a majority of a majority of China's major (and only) party. That is what happens, when you try to rule over a billion people from a centralized bureaucracy.

Just to keep the record straight, though, I haven's pinned my hopes on Donald Trump. I expect the "One World" people to ultimately triumph, regardless of the November US election, because they already control the press, the education systems, most political systems and -- most importantly, the wealth of the Western World. Like Jesus during the time of Tiberius Caesar, I choose not to be entangled in that power struggle. Caesar is the god of this world, no matter which party or country he comes from; but my God is the King of the Universe -- Who alone has power over death and the grave.

Shalom shalom :-)

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