by Duns Scotus

Recently the Deep State, which runs America under a thin veneer of fake democracy that allows "the people" to put random 'pop icons' into the White House from where they are duly controlled, has been having a little trouble with the latest of these pop icons, namely Donald Trump.

Whatever it is, Trump just doesn't seem to quite get it. He keeps missing his cues, and acts as if 'real democracy' actually exists in America and as if Presidents should take all the rhetoric they spouted on the campaign trail seriously.

No, really, LOL!

Doesn't the guy know the voters are just dumb sheep whose collective memory goes back as far as what happened on last week's latest reality TV show? I mean, it's embarrassing to see a guy this naive up front. This is why he has to be taken down or at least tamed, and the way to do this—without resorting to a messy Kennedy-style assassination—is to point out how Russia interfered in the US election.

Or at least that's what the Deep State thought.

Somehow or other this strategy, despite the full 24-7 support of the mass media, just doesn't seem to be working. And it's not just stubborn Conservatives and Dissident Righters who are screwing things up. You even have Leftists, who should be playing along, coming out and saying frankly unhelpful things like this from Noam Chomsky:
"It’s a pretty remarkable fact that—first of all, it is a joke. Half the world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn’t just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn’t like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in the case of Russia alone—it’s the least of it—the U.S. government, under Clinton, intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it’s considered—it’s turning the United States, again, into a laughingstock in the world."
I mean the naivety here is astounding. America—or more correctly the American Deep State—doesn't "interfere" in anyone's elections. It is really the other way round. Here, let me explain:

We exist in something called the New World Order—some of you may have heard of it. This has been in effect since WWII and was greatly strengthened by the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990, although there are those who will argue that that was "fake opposition."

Anyway, this system means that a select group of the super rich and the ultra well-connected call most of the shots. This is the status quo. So, anything that disrupts this "Order" is de facto a "disruption" or an "interference."

Mosaddegh being gently tapped on the shoulder
This "interference" takes many forms. Sometimes the people of a country decide to interfere in their own political systems by recklessly voting in someone that the NWO hasn't had the time or interest to vet.

Mohammad Mosaddegh is a good example of this type. Voted in by the Iranian people in 1951 on a wave of cheap populism, which it was clearly his job to divert into harmless areas, Mosaddegh started impinging on the sacred rights of the big multinational oil companies, literally interfering in the so-called "internal affairs" of his own country. This is why he was neatly removed from power in 1953 by a CIA and MI6 coup.

The overthrow of Salvador Allende in Chile is another case of local people foolishly "interfering" in their own political system, and being saved from their stupidity by the eternally wise mindfulness of the American Deep State.

Other times the "interference" comes in the form of an unscripted and spontaneous coup d'├ętat or a putsch of some kind. Often the NWO is happy to take a wait-and-see approach to these events, as usually a successful coup can be easily assimilated into the NWO, which is always on the lookout for new talent.

Other times a coup leader that the NWO approved off, either initially or subsequently, starts to get ideas above his station. Thinking he has special "local knowledge" and a better understanding of the needs and interests of "his" people, he recklessly starts to "interfere" in the affairs of his own country.

Just silly!

Saddam Hussein and Colonel Gaddafi are the obvious reference points here.

These people have to be taught the hard way not to interfere in their own political systems because ultimately those are not "their" political systems. They are merely political franchises, which the Deep State and the NWO ultimately grant and thereafter keep a close eye on.

In the global system in which we all exist there are no real "internal affairs," only things that exist temporarily beneath the radar of the high and the mighty. Please remember that, Peoples of the Earth the next time you feel that quaint stirring sometimes given the names "democracy" and "localism." I mean don't do something stupid. Just scratch the itch.

And as for the likes of Noam Chomsky, really, dude, are you still that naive to put out 1960s hippie memes about "The Man" messing up the local, democratic "love ins." Sheesh! Just let it go, grandad.

Old man, old memes.