Why drain the swamp?

Two opposing forces are battling to control the future of our nation:
  • One is a deliberate assault upon the American values through financial maniputlation, liberal agendas and political schemes. The cheif culprits are primarily political/corporate cartels and self-serving elitist, pretending to the advocate of liberalism to degrade moral values. They intend to financially enslave and lock out change by political domination.

  • The other is a collective force of goodness to overcome the financial madness and restore the foundational values of our Republic.


According to Wikipedia, "Globalism refers to a group of ideologies that advocate the concept of globalization. It tends to advocate for such policies as increases in immigration, free trade, lowering tariffs, interventionism and global governance. It is typically viewed as opposite of nationalism, and has become increasingly divisive in politics in many developed countries, such as the United States."

Wikipedia describes nationalism as "a nation should govern itself, free from unwanted outside interference, and is linked to the concept of self-determination. Nationalism is further oriented towards developing and maintaining a national identity based on shared characteristics such as culture, language, race, religion, political goals or a belief in a common ancestry. Nationalism therefore seeks to preserve the nation's culture. It often also involves a sense of pride in the nation's achievements, and is closely linked to the concept of patriotism."


In the simplest of terms, President Trump cannot be bought; he has pragmatic thinking and conservative values; he is a strong nationalist; and the common people of America believe he best represents their interests. This is precisely why the President is being opposed by the cabal of establishment types, the elite and the liberal news media.

We would like to believe in objective journalism that would fairly present the pros and cons of events important to our nation. Reporters and news producers within the mass media by their interruption and emphasis of stories should have the highest moral code. However, present day "media bias" is a pervasive and contravening the standards of journalism to reduce "news" to self-serving propaganda. This writer has been keenly aware of this tendency in media for decades, but never so blanton as in the coverage of the campaign and presidency of Donald Trump.

"People feel powerless against those who rule them, and for them, Trump is a release valve," Chris Blocher, Swiss politician, said after the November elections in the US. "The unexpected result ... should give pause to those who are in power around the world."

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