August 2016 – AN ELECTION PUSHING US FAR, FAR AWAY – We’ve never seen an attack on a U.S. presidential candidate like we’ve seen by all the global forces aligned to keep presidential hopeful Donald Trump out of the White House. The lopsided war waged by the pro Hillary Clinton forces against Donald Trump is akin to something seen in George Lucas’ Star Wars. You know the familiar story, a small group of rebels, with heart and spirit, fighting the ubiquitous might of the Galactic Empire. Sounds like an outsider politician fighting the globalists, right? We thought so too.
To briefly revisit the story: The Galactic Republic, commonly referred to simply as the Republic, and later also known as the Old Republic, was the democratic union that governed the galaxy for a thousand years prior to the rise of the Galactic Empire. Queen Jamillia, of Naboo, who was aligned with the Old Republic said: “We must keep our faith in the Republic. The day we stop believing democracy can work is the day we lose it.” The Galactic Empire, also known as the New Order, the First Galactic Empire, the Order or simply the Empire was the government that rose to power in the aftermath of the Clone Wars, replacing the Galactic Republic. Central authority was given to Darth Sidious, publicly known as Emperor Palpatine, who was also the Dark Lord of the Sith.1
Now it becomes quite obvious just looking at the mythology of the Star Wars Saga that the Republic is the democratic Republic and the Galactic Empire or the New Order, is really the New World Order or the Empire of Global Governance. “The world is coming undone. Imperial flags reign across the galaxy,” says Saw Gerrera to Jyn Erso in Rogue One. “What will you do if they break you? If you continue to fight, what will you become?”
True: The world is coming undone. The economic order is collapsing. Global debt is becoming an unsustainable part of more and more nation’s GNP. And despite the largest financial bailout in history after the 2008 financial crisis, banks have accumulated more debt, have higher derivative exposure, and are now offering negative interest on savings – and U.S. homeownership is at lowest level since 1967. The Middle East is in turmoil. Radical Islamic attacks are ravaging the Western world. The world is coping with the largest migrant and refugee crisis since World War II. Civil war is raging in Africa. Sectarian conflicts are spreading in Iraq, Sudan, Yemen, Afghanistan and Turkey. There is no end to the war against ISIS or in Syria. According to the Times of Israel, Hezbollah has 150,000 rockets it can fire at Israel. According to the Taipei Times, China has 1,400 missiles aimed at Taiwan.
Venezuela and Brazil are teetering on the brink of financial ruin. The populist uprising in the UK which led to BREXIT was a rebellion against the EU empire. U.S. national debt is approaching the $20 trillion dollar mark. Zika has created a global health crisis. Ne in three suffers from some form of mental illness. About Free trade has destroyed the manufacturing bases of every industrialized nation and created economic trade unions to help compete with the low-wages, trade imbalance, and slave-labor produced products coming out of Third World countries. China is threatening to go to war in the South China Sea. North Korea has vowed it will soon turn S. Korea and America into ashes. NATO is squaring off against Russia in Europe. Russia’s nuclear deterrent is now a grave national security threat to the U.S. because of a shift in the balance of power.
True: Imperial flags reign across the galaxy: The Age of Imperialism, colonialism, and hegemony is coming to an end. A world that is becoming smaller by connectivity, and where nuclear weapons proliferate, has no place for one or two lone super powers trying to control trade, foreign territory, everyone’s destiny, along with the distribution of energy and natural resources. As countries grow economically, their populations swell, and they increase their military prowess – the greater becomes the thirst and need for energy and raw products. Imperial flags reigning across the planet – surely is a reference to American Imperialism with its 662 overseas bases in 38 foreign countries, according to the Pentagon. Rival challenges to U.S. dominance by China, Russia, North Korea, Iran, or even Pakistan could easily ignite the next world war or worst, a nuclear holocaust.
The Death Star – How do you destroy a country? Allow Central banks to endlessly print and lend. Pass free trade agreements that destroy domestic manufacturing jobs, and which favor high corporate profits through outsourcing and slave-labor in third-world countries. Form economic confederations and unions where countries forfeit their national sovereignty and the right to police their own borders all for the sake of having cheap duty-free goods made in foreign sweat shops. Enslave your citizens in deep debt which they can never repay just to go to college, buy a car, or own a home and then use psychological brainwashing to convince them this “nightmare” is really the “national dream.” Pass tax incentives to reinforce the negative behavior of “excessive borrowing” so banks can continue to reap the windfalls. Allow liberals to spend the country into oblivion and then somehow convince you the person, who opposes them and stands for fiscal constraint and responsibility, is really “the evil Dark Sith Lord.”
It is the dawning of the age of populism and nationalism. It is the little guy fighting with Rocky Balboa passion against the wildly over-confident big man, like Apollo Creed. It is Get Smart fighting against the evil global organization of KAOS or James Bond taking on the global tentacles of SPECTRE. It is Donald Trump sparing with his political rival Hillary Clinton in a knock-down-drag-out fight over globalism. In the age of big banks, bought-and-paid-for politicians, multinational corporations wielding political clout, and Big Brother government agencies with almost absolute power , it’s not surprising that rebels like Julian Assange or Edward Snowden have arisen to challenge the authority of the Establishment over its ever-widening veils of both surveillance and secrecy. Or that fictitious hackers like Eliott Alderson in Mr. Robot has decided to work to take down the world’s leading financial and data centers to free the people from tyranny. Or that Jyn Erso has decided to hack the computers aboard a Super Star Destroyer to steal the blueprint plans for the Empire’s ultimate weapon of mass destruction – the Death Star. The underdog, the rebel who goes rogue and challenges the mighty, brute power of the Global or Galactic Empire may be more than just the stuff of populism or Star Wars plot points, if Donald Trump can capitalize on its reigning sentiment, it may actually help him win the presidency of the United States. -Alvin Conway
The fight against Globalism: “Donald Trump isn’t a politician — he’s a one-man wrecking ball against our dysfunctional and corrupt establishment. We’re about to see the deluxe version of the left’s favorite theme: Vote for us or we’ll call you stupid. It’s the working class against the smirking class.” – Ann Coulter