- Jul 19, 2021
I hated Trump, as did the vast majority of European's and was absolutely delighted when Biden beat him in the US electionIn the USA prior to the 1990's it was pretty easy to tell the parties apart. The Republicans represented the top half of income earners-small businessmen, salary workers, etc. The Democrats represented the blue collar worker, union members, etc.. It was pretty balanced and the state of the economy usually determined which party won the majority in a given year-unless we were in a major war somewhere, that always factors in.
When Bill Clinton was elected in 1992 the Democrat Party started to morph away from strictly blue collar/union support. For example, Wall Street Banking and investment firms heavily backed Clinton. Why? You would think those folks would normally be Republicans. But the Democrat Party started to enact more pro-banking/pro-investment legislation when in office, all the while continuing to mouth the same old platitudes about unions and worker rights. They made peace with Wall Street and were funded accordingly.
Today, the Wall Street billionaires heavily back the Democrats and the Social Media billionaires do as well. Both donated generously to getting Joe Biden elected and taking back the Senate Majority.
The Democrat Party today is very liberal on social issues, but when it comes to the economy they are very pro-business, especially for Banking, Investment, Big Tech, Energy Companies, etc.. They talk about unions, but all it is is talk. At the same time they are opening up our borders to low-wage refugees from Central America, who displace union workers in construction jobs. The only way to tell them apart from Traditional Republicans is the type of business they shill for and their stand on a few red-button social issues.
Both parties advocate aggressive foreign policy by America, we had almost continual overseas wars under Bush Sr., Clinton, Bush Jr and Obama. Trump actually reduced US engagement in overseas wars and the Foreign Policy 'Elites' hated him for it. It was one of the reasons he lost the election. Biden is starting to wave the 'big stick' again, I wouldn't be surprised if we end up in another war soon.
To me Trump was very clearly supported by big pharma and private medical care providers and insurers. It was very clear to me at least the the Trump/Johnson plan, which was a huge part of what Brexit was all about, involved a fast track privatisation of our NHS, with US Pharma and medical care providers and insurers being the ones creaming off all the profits while the UK taxpayer continued to pay an ever escalating bill for the upkeep, maintenance and all new infrastructure.
Trump also planned to wage a trade war on the EU, using the UK as a pawn to make them accept the rip off prices US Pharma charges US citizens for drugs and medicine, this currently regulated to a large degree by the price the UK get's these for from US providers. And also to try and make them accept US produce they currently don't and won't because they are GM products or the health and safety standards of them fall a very long way below EU and UK standards.
The issue with the US economy is very much the same as the UK's economy, people have been effectively made to work for less and less each year for the past 40 years through the 'fiddling'/'rigging' of the inflation register, while the ever greedy corporates have driven prices sky high, meaning most working people in regular and very necessary low skilled jobs are constantly on the bread line and living under incredible and unnecessary levels of stress, duress and anxiety, which are even more heightened because they have had all the realistic and achievable goals people working those jobs 20-40 years ago always had taken completely out of their reach.
Their are numerous very obvious bi-products of how the US and UK economies have been run for the past 40 years and of the adverse CBT of the media of both, the US media having more actually free press not actually being as bad as the UKs, which is currently worse than even North Korea's or China's.
The biproducts it creates are:
Ever increasing violent and petty crime
Ever increasing mental illness, it's actually created a mental health pandemic
Ever increasing illegal drug use
An ever growing divide between rich and poor
The emergence of 'they're dead where it doesn't count' politics
Again, by restoring genuine achievable goals and aspirations to the vast majority of the population, and paying their taxes, the wealthy could actually make far more money and live in a far safer and healthier society and environment
What has actually happened, is that institutions like the Fabien society and The Freemasons, set up to ensure the wealthy remained in power and became wealthier, but also to help raise up and give greater aspiration and opportunity to all people has been infiltrated and are most likely now headed by people who have lost all sight of the purposes for which both institutions were created and are only interested and work towards the ensuring the wealthy remain in power and become wealthier part.
After they were set up, prominent members of The Freemasons in the UK did extraordinary things in helping raise other, ordinary people up, donating large areas of land for the creation of parks and national trusts and donating from their personal wealth to help improve education and medical advances. The lunatics have taken over the asylum, the people running these institutes are all mentally ill, they absolutely have OCD, there's is for amassing more wealth than they could ever spend in a 1000 lifetimes whatever the cost, also making them narcissists, along with their inability to acknowledge that what they are doing is the devolution of humanity and the long list of consequences and biproducts it creates