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Trump vs. the Globalists

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Join us for Carson’s Corner and the Election Boycott Advocates, Monday, January 16, 2017, at 11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. This week we will discuss the coming Trump regime. What can we expect and how do we fight back?

Over the last century, the globalist faction of the capitalist ruling class has held the presidency and the Congress. And in that time, the globalists have made the U.S. presidency into the most powerful emperorship in history, a one-man dictatorship that administers a vast globe-spanning empire.

Now, for the first time in more than a century, a representative of the domestic faction of the ruling class has gained the presidency, and he’s opposed by most in Congress, Democrat and Republican, by the outgoing president, and by the majorities in both ruling parties, and they are joined by most in the espionage and military establishments.

However, by abandoning the globalists’ Cold War 2.0 against Russia, Trump and his domestic wing of the capitalist ruling class have earned the utter hatred of the globalists, and the globalists have already declared war on Trump.

The CIA, under Obama’s direction, has come out in open warfare against the incoming president. The question now is whether Trump can come to some accommodation with the globalists, while still retaining the presidency and while staying true to his paleo-conservative principles. Or will it be all out civil war between two powerful factions of the ruling class for the first time since the Civil War?

And where does the working class land in this war between titans? She we in the working class be choosing sides, or should we open up our own front against both of the dominant wings of the capitalist class, and against both of their parties, the Democrats and Republicans?

Join us, and call in with your questions and comments at: (347) 326-9749

 

 

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