Mass Media’s On Over Drive Trying To Confront The One Candidate That Can Stop The War Machine

Source: Last Week Tonight

The Military Industrial Complex is in panic mode. Their candidate Hillary is sure to secure the Democratic vote but it is looking increasingly unlikely that Americans can be fooled again.

For the few that really need the nudge, please use Google and see what Bernie’s war record is both past & present. He is at the end of it a Military Industrial Complex candidate. Period.

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Donald Trump is the red pill that America needs.

Here is one of the (Democratic) Military Industrial Complex’s many mouthpieces. He really went all out this time, stage fireworks and a rap song to boot. Looks like the conservatives in America are back with a vengeance. There maybe a chance of peace.

Will thinking Millenials & Baby boomers – be they African American, Latino or Asian – wake up in time to vote Trump?

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5 thoughts on “Mass Media’s On Over Drive Trying To Confront The One Candidate That Can Stop The War Machine”

  1. You’re kidding right? Trump is a flippertygibbet who can turn his opinions on a dime. He may have made sounds about foreign policy that sound more sensible than other candidates, but in office the only power he will have will be loaned to him by the coterie that enables the President.

    Of course he would be a War President! They all are.

    1. The central point of the post was quite clear.

      Trump stands for:

      i) Borders

      ii) Domestic Manufacturing

      iii) No more foreign entanglements

      The above constitutes death for the war machine. You might hate Trump but no other candidate is offering that.

  2. Not sure how borders constitutes death for the war machine. Seems to have more to do with rabid xenophobia and quasi-fascist rabble rousing.

    If his statements in support of no more foreign entanglements are to be believed, then well and good. I’ve thought for a while that Trump will be awful domestically, especially for women, African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Muslims!!, but good for the rest of the world for reason (iii).

    But the question is, how truthful is he, and how likely is he to stick to that commitment…after all he has made very few substantive promises and displays a complete lack of understanding of trade, economics, or even any sort of working knowledge of foreign affairs.

    Also worth noting is that the military industry is heavily privatized with arms factories in every state of the Union, employing thousands of people in every state of the Union, thereby attracting the fealty of just about every congressthing and Senator.

    Being private concerns, arms manufacturers are concerned about making profit, and boy have they been making a killing (pun intended)… For arms manufacturers to make profits, they have to sell their products…and then sell some more. Stockpiling such consumer items would lead to profit losses. Hence the unrelenting warmaking and chaos in which the USA is the vanguard.

    To think that any President would get in the way of this profit making machine is not credible. Trump has a price, and it will be a fraction of what the war machine can afford.

    Put it simply: war is good for US corporate profits. If Trump is elected, I suspect he will receive a Powerpoint presentation courtesy of All The President’s Men about the realities of life in the Oval Office.

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