I did give you notice in my last articles that something is changing. That expectation and reality may not always collide.
I know that this article may disappoint many of my readers. If it does than try to check what is really rocking your world here.
My late father who was also a journalist used to say that part of the job of a journalist is to make people uncomfortable and do a reality check.
So yes, I voted for trump. Well not actually in the ballot box, but with my energy I was for Trump for sure.
Ever since the Democratic Party stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders I felt we were left with no choice. To vote for Clinton would have been suicide and betrayal for what we all stand for – change.
I do not judge anyone by their gender, but by their attributes and to make Hilary president just for the sake of addressing gender inequality would have been ludicrous. She is a criminal and would have been in jail a long time ago, if she was not part of the ruling elite.
I never thought I would go for a Republican. Anyone that knows me knows that I am, or more so was far, very far to the left.
But left and right have changed, and what we have now is establishment or the hope of something new.
I am deeply disappointed by all the slightly left of centres ‘pure hearts’ who cannot accept that their candidate has lost and are burning the streets in the USA. Imagine if it were the opposite, the corporate media would have been up in arms. Now they are portrayed as heroes.
In fact, we do not have media anymore, but an idiot box full of lobbyist for this or for that. All main stream media is a theatre relaying the message their masters want you to believe in
Frank Zappa said, “Government is the Entertainment division of the military-industrial complex”. Our system is rotten and nothing apart from total system change will do, though for the moment, until we gather our energy and power for the last leap forward, some change is better than nothing.
So back to Mr Trump. I cannot believe how many friends are in shock and would have preferred to have the wicked witch Hilary rule the world. How brainwashed can one be?
If Trump manages to resist the Neo Cons and the shadow government than we are all winners and of course it is a big if.
The one thing that Trump offers us is a possibility for change. Perhaps he will have the courage and really clean the swamp. Perhaps he will let Assange and snowden and manning go free. Maybe he will open the 9/11 investigations as he promised. Perhaps he will get out of all the trade deals and allow local economies and small enterprise to flourish again.
He may not. We were all full of hope when Obama came in and he proved to be a total agent of the global elite. I remember the night Obama was voted in the first time. A beautiful woman who I never met stopped me on the street and hugged and kissed me saying “now we have hope”. Obama has betrayed the people. Everyone is sick of the lie we are ruled by and we are all craving change, big, huge meaningful change in the way the world is run.
What Trump will be, none of us know? For sure he is not a saint and I hugged no one the night he was voted in. in fact I was sombre and sad, realising how low we have gone as a race, if this man is the current voice of change and hope. But, until he proves otherwise, I give him the benefit of the doubt.
I am sure we will have many environmental and social battles against him. But and this is a big but; the election of Trump tells us that the fall of the new world order is in progress. Brexit started the fall and this is in motion now and none of us can stop it.
The global elite is trying to paint this as isolationist and xenophobic movement, but in truth it’s people going back to their roots. People taking care of their business, their own affairs and not being ruled by some far away big brother. The saying ‘think globally, act locally’ apply here beautifully. Yes, we care for all sentient beings wherever they are, and at the same time, our problems, our ways, our tradition and culture is unique to where we live, thus requiring different solutions to the challenges of life. Perhaps even different economical systems and even different systems of governess.
Words such as this are very alarming to the forces that want to take over, and enslave us; pollute our air with Chemtrails, our food with GMO’s, our water with fluoride and our bodies with vaccinations.
I know Trump represents to many something they cannot palate, and I admit he is not very likeable. We could have had Sanders, they didn’t let us, and so we had to go to another extreme.
If he does half of what he said he would do, like normalising ties with Russia, ending the threat of global war, scrap all trade deals, make America’s economy local again, than it is a win to everyone. Because by making America’s economy local, other countries will take the same measures and the world will stop being ‘made in China’ controlled by ‘Goldman Sachs’ planet.
So stop winging that a nasty billionaire got into the most important job in the world. This is part of change and change may not look exactly as we expected it to be, at some steps of the journey.
What I know for sure is that change is taking place, and we must be part of it. We must stand up and be counted. We must create the vision of tomorrow, today, each and every one of us in the way we know. Plant trees, nurture gardens, buy local, befriend our neighbours and at the same time be part of the resistance.
More on this new beautiful world in my book “I Crow river’ which recently was awarded a forward by the Dalai Lama.
Another world is possible; see you on the other side.