Nothing seems to change: the US are intervening in other countries or at least threatening to do so, whistleblowers are still in danger and those who helped Trump to get elected are under pressure. Some are disappointed while others still see Trump fighting the deep state. Sometimes the „old“ Trump reappears who fearlessly stand up against the establishment and its fake news media machine. We must be aware that the attacks on the president are going on, f.e. via calling him to be put into a mental institution. Believing in national sovereignty and being no friend of the CIA or of George Soros seems sufficient.
Whoever does not regularily check alternative news sources easily misses important details which enable him or her to judge Trump’s achievements. Meanwhile mainstream media consumption is inevitable and constantly creates a negative image of Trump. It is enough to browse through women’s magazines where Trump critics like Amy Schumer are interviewed. Such magazines even start campaigns as the German „Brigitte“ does with #pinkfirst wich should be a signal of strong and united women. At of course in every political debate Trump is labelled a „right wing populist“ or „nationalist“ and compared with Marine Le Pen who now tries to become the first female French president.
Steve Pieczenik on Trump and media
If we connect the dots between different protests and key Clinton supporters and know how color revolutions were set in place in other countries we realize there is a secret war going on against President Trump. The field of operations is more or less the whole world but with focus on „the“ West as media, celebrities and leftist groups seem to act in line everywhere. As „spontaneous“ demonstrations two and a half month after the election the Women’s March in more than 670 cities would not have had a turnout of millions of women and men.
When we discover that more than 50 partners of the march have ties to George Soros this brings us immediately to his other activities. As Soros was a donor for Barack Obama he funded the Clinton campaign and was among her SuperPACs as David Brock, the founder of the Soros-backed organization Media Matters. „When Brock formally announced the launch of Media Matters in early May 2004, billionaire George Soros and former Clinton chief-of-staff John Podesta helped him raise $2 million for the venture,“ Discover The Networks writes. Media Matters was used by the Obama administration to influence journalists, as Kurt Nimmo explained in 2014. Immediately after Donald Trump was elected, Brock „invited more than 200 of George Soros’ closest allies, including Democracy Alliance co-founder Tom Steyer, to join him in Palm Beach, Florida over election weekend“.
Meme on Facebook
It seems unbelievable that millions of women turned out to the streets under the notion that Donald Trump is the worst sexist ever. But this is the classic color- or theme-revolution strategy carried out by assets of George Soros and other globalists in so many countries. In this case the color is pink (see all these „pussyhats“ on videos) and the theme is Donald Trumps alleged violation of women’s rights. In order to hide how poor their „arguments“ are his enemies launch memes in social media as „proofs“ that he is „no gentleman“ compared to Obama showing both couples, the Trumps and the Obamas.
Even some women who have realized that the hyped „refugees“ issue in Europe is about illegal immigration and cultural dominance fall into this trap. Geopolitics and the role of covert strategies is for most of them – in their own words – „too complicated“ to look through so they buy fake news mainstreams‘ portrait of the new President. And they support the Women’s March either in one of many cities outside the U.S. or at least on Facebook or Twitter. „How do you stop good people from hurting themselves?“ asked Eileen Toplansky: „How do you stop good people from careening over a cliff? How do you protect decent Jewish philanthropic women from aligning with groups who would be quite happy to hurt them in many ways?“