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When faced with the reality of “no choice, good choice,” people tend to dismiss it as “conspiracy theory” or a “paranoid delusion.” Before the election, I remember saying this often and often I was told we are voting for the better of two evils.

However, it didn’t work. Voting for the better of the two evils is now a reason to freak out.

We are freaking out for the wrong reasons.

I was reading a very good blog that was written by Dilbert creator Scott Adams where he stated the United States has been hit by a huge cluster bomb of cognitive dissonance.

I agree and it is frustrating.

Adams points out that the protesters and those who are parting ways with their friends over this whole affair, are locked in an imaginary world and battling their own hallucinations of the future.

These are well-informed people or people who believe they are well-informed who think that half the country voted in a dangerous monster, or a Hitler, or something else worse than the plague. The person who is trying to cope with the election results and how the media programmed the country, according to Adams, has to either accept that half the public doesn’t see Trump as a dangerous monster, or that perhaps he is.

However, doing so, would conflict with a person’s self-image as being smart and well-informed in the first place.

When you violate a person’s self-image, it triggers cognitive dissonance to explain-away the discrepancy.

So how do you explain away Trump’s election if you think you are smart and you think you are well-informed and you think the majority of the country is ignorant to the idea that Trump is obviously a monster?

You solve incongruity by telling yourself a number of things that don’t make any sense; literally, that Trump supporters know Trump is a monster and they prefer the monster and the whole country feels like the KKK and this is a “Whitelash” against President Obama or someone else.

I know that for the supporters of Hillary, this is a heavy blow, but we have all said it is the better of two evils, which means we have resolved that we hope for the best but in the back of our minds, we will accept the worst or remain in denial of how bad it will get and will continue to be with a non-politician as president.

I don’t want to dash anyone’s dreams about a Trump Utopia, but we have managed to basically shoot ourselves in the foot before any president has been sworn in and given the key to the presidential toilet where the Constitution is used as toilet paper.

Everything that has been said about Trump has been said of Bush and Obama.

We got the same thing, 9 to 10 months of a honeymoon and then boom – it got stale and we realized that we made a poor choice.

Now, I keep hearing everything is going to be okay now that an outsider is going to be in the Whitehouse. It is as if we let our guard down and say it is all going to fine.

Both sides are hallucinating.

I can say that things like databases with your DNA will be used against you, there will be unlawful searches, continued draconian government surveillance citizens that will be treated like combatants or terrorists, imprisonments for criticizing the government, national ID cards, censorship, , private prisons, black sites, antonymous drones, tasers, false flags , police misconduct and government corruption will still be issues that will be ignored and that will still continue with a Trump presidency.

It is inevitable.

It is the same old song and dance.

Both the left and the right have sanctioned the policies that push us closer to a police state. Government overreach will still happen with a Trump Administration.


Rest assured that the policies of a Trump Administration will be no different from an Obama Administration or a Bush Administration, at least not in the ways that really matter to freedom and a police state free America.

For that matter, a Clinton Administration would have been no different. Oh, and by the way, I will say this again, a Clinton Administration would have been no different. There is no doubt that I am not bashing Trump for sport, so to be clear, a Clinton Administration would have been no different.

Then of course, there will be more ivil unrest and at that time we may see a little gun play and calls for revolution.

According to an article published by Inverse magazine, author James Grebey, it is time to use cliodynamics in order to know what the future holds and statistically speaking we are due for a large people quake as the violent response to Trump is just the before shock for the big one hits.


According to researchers of cliodynamics, the phrase “history repeats itself” isn’t just an old worn out idiom — it’s a scientific truth. Cliodynamics, is a transdisciplinary area of study that treats history as a science.

Cliodynamics states that the United States is caught in a cycle where the whole country freaks out every 50 years, and if this theory is correct, we’re due for another bigger “cycle of violence” really, really soon.

A steadily growing percentage of Americans know that some form of threat does exist that actually challenges the continued existence of this Republic. The opinions of what the threats consist of vary from person to person because of political views and religious affiliation.

The interchangeable argument is a future of communism, if you wish to speak politically, and the reign of the antichrist if you wish to use religious parlance. A little of both arguments gives us some of the picture, but not all of it, because what is happening is beyond religious explanation and far and away foreign to any political ideology.

One cannot understand how the world is controlled if they are still believing in a two party system. This is a stumbling block for anyone who wishes to expose who the controllers are because some of them claim to be part of a political ideology, but that is merely theater in order to engender support from ignorant constituents.

It is difficult to make the transition from the 20th century to the relentless and lawless ways of the 21st century.

Peter Turchin, a scientist who specializes in population biology at the University of Connecticut, is one of the leading proponents of cliodynamics. Shortly before the last presidential election in 2012, Turchin explained his cyclical prediction for America’s future in the journal Nature. By applying mathematical techniques that he once used to track predator-prey cycles in forest ecosystems to human history, Turchin was able to identify three major periods of unrest in American history.


The country experienced a wave of racial and political tensions in the wake of the American Civil War, and Turchin says everything peaked in 1870. In 1920, 50 years later, things got dicey again as anti-Communist fears, race riots, and workers strikes plagued the States. The most recent “cycle of violence,” as he calls them, was in 1970 during the civil rights movement, though this period wasn’t as extreme as its predecessors, according to Turchin’s data.

Turchin predicts the next peak will come in 2020.

However, back in 2010, Professor Nicholas Boyle of Cambridge University said history is a harsh mistress and when a century is in its first decade, there seems to be a major turning point or event that shapes the next decade.

“In the last 500 years there has been a cataclysmic ‘Great Event’ of international significance at the start of each century, Boyle claims. Occurring in the middle of the second decade of each century, they include events which sparked wars, religious conflict and brought peace.”


Boyle provides a few events to prove his point.

“In 1517 Martin Luther nailed his theses to the door of Wittenburg church, sparking the Reformation of the church and rise of Protestantism.

1618 marked the start of the 30 Year War and decades of religious conflict in Western Europe. That conflict ended with the establishment of the Hanoverians in 1715. They ruled over Great Britain and Ireland, and Hanover (in Germany).

The enlightened Congress of Vienna took place in 1815, following the defeat of Napoleon, and heralded a century of relative stability across Europe.

In 1914, the First World War broke out – a catastrophic conflict that would claim millions of lives and set the tone for international discord throughout the 21st century.”

There is little reason to believe Trump will change this pattern that seems to happen in history. This isn’t a criticism – this is a patterned dynamic and we shouldn’t expect Trump to dodge this historical bullet.

Also it is important not to expect a major global event to ensure the open dialogue for New World Order to happen spontaneously. It will be planned and Trump already understands the gravity of what he is up against – and he knows his response will not please everyone.

We have seen throughout history that false flag events trigger these movements toward tyranny and the surrender of human rights.

History shows that it echoes over and over again in transit.

In 1996, a random telephone survey of 800 American adults found that 74 percent — or nearly three out of four citizens — did not trust the decisions made by our Government officials.

After 9/11, the attitude changed. After the Bush Administration and their warlord doctrine, the political parties became a refuge for power. However, now they have become crutches for the reinforcement of failure and the ability for party officials to paint candidates as rock stars instead of competent leadership for the United States.

The reason this is so, is because there is no longer executive power that is fully in charge. Each candidate is a place holder and puppet of the cryptocracy, a shadow government that calls the shots for a globalist view.


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