Globalist Agenda Watch 2017: Update 16 – Rand Paul and Elizabeth Warren: The NWO leaders of the Republican and Democratic Parties (continued – 5)

Behold the controlled-opposition leaders who will take power after the Big Crisis…

…From Salon.com

In The Multilateral/Multipolar New World Order will seem like heaven… at first, I wrote about what the REAL NWO will look like once it’s introduced…

The globalists are in the process of running a problem / reaction / SOLUTION scam on us, not a problem / reaction / PROBLEM scam.

This means that when we reach the end result of this transition process, the NWO will look like the SOLUTION to all our problems, not another PROBLEM (such as a dark, scary fascist regime) we need to overcome. It will appear as though the corrupt have been defeated, World War 3 has been stopped, all regional conflicts have been resolved, biowarfare against the population has been halted, poverty has been alleviated, debt money has been abolished, secrets have been revealed, and so on and so forth. And the masses, after having been force-fed negativity and conditioned to expect a scary NWO for so long, are expected to be so overcome with joy that they’ll willingly embrace the New Order.

With that in mind, take a moment to think about the current political situation in the US. What is the PROBLEM the globalists are presenting us with? What is the SOLUTION towards which their propaganda is pointing? To help answer these questions, I’ll take you on a guided tour of the Salon article featured at the top of this entry. Its points come straight out of the NWO playbook, and a back-engineering of it will tell you everything you need to know about where American politics is headed in the next few years.

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Let’s begin…

On the surface, the first three paragraphs of the article belittle Rand Paul and his effort to court “disgruntled leftists” during the lead-up to the 2016 election. But beneath the surface, the author stealthily establishes Paul’s bona fides as a supposed true enemy of the Establishment (which he most definitely is NOT)…

“…Paul has staked out some intriguing counter-Republican positions, and has been an important voice in Washington against NSA spy programs, the Bush-Obama regime of endless war and other forms of national-security overreach…”

There may yet be reason to hope that Paul can serve as a disruptive force within the Republican Party… if there’s one thing that establishment Democrats and establishment Republicans agree on, it’s that the Pauline insurgency must be crushed. That’s because establishment Democrats and Republicans actually agree on lots of other things that don’t get debated in public: neoliberal economic policies, the rule of the financial oligarchy, a foreign policy based on permanent war, the entrenched power of the national-security ‘deep state.’ Those are precisely the issues that the Pauls, after their loopy, libertarian fashion, try to drag out into the sunlight.”

“He has long been the potential GOP candidate the Clinton machine most fears, and the one it has spent the most time attacking.”

So there you have it: the bad guys are the “deep state,” and Paul is the opponent they “most fear.” The reader is presented with the scripted bad guys and their dialectic foil.

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Just like the globalists have built up Rand Paul to be their “principled” controlled-opposition figure on the “political right,” they have built up Elizabeth Warren to be his counterpart on the “political left.” And over the next few paragraphs, the author switches his focus to Warren and explains why she is not yet the solution to the problem posed by the Establishment…

“The way to defeat Hillary is not to spend two years pouring hope and money and organizational energy into some other candidate who won’t win and who, if she does win, will be compelled by larger forces to turn into Hillary before our eyes, ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ style. Look what became of Mr. Change We Can Believe In; I believe he changed into George W. Bush’s brother from another planet. The way to defeat Hillary is not to invest in another cult of personality, another Great (Wo)Man of History, another outsider maverick savior magician who’s going to ride into Washington on the Hoover of destiny and blast away all the cobwebs of cynicism and corruption. Have we not learned anything from the last eight years?”

So a 2017 Warren presidency would be doomed, says the author, because she’d find herself surrounded by larger forces who would compel her obedience to their policy dictates. Even though this quote was written back in 2014, can you see how it now applies to Trump?

We have arrived at the point in the script where the first efforts of the heroes are stymied by the seemingly invincible strength of the villains. And in the coming weeks/months, we’ll see the villains (the “Neocon-Neolib Deep State”) push the heroes (the “Progressive Deep State”) to the brink of utter defeat. It will be at the most dramatic moment, when their backs are against the wall, that the heroes will finally rise with righteous fury to vanquish the villains.

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Getting back to the article, the author moves on to an overview of the PROBLEM and an imagining of the SOLUTION (which I’ve bolded)…

“But none of that prevents me from perceiving that Hillary Clinton is not the problem, and Elizabeth Warren is not the solution. To be more precise about it, Clinton is certainly an aspect of the problem and a viable representative of the problem. And Warren might turn out, in the fullness of time, to be part of the solution. But you can’t fix what’s wrong with American politics from above, on a quadrennial basis, with a charismatic candidate and brilliant messaging and everybody tweeting the same inspiring photograph…

Defeating Hillary Clinton as a political candidate does little or nothing to defeat the deeply corrupt and only half-visible spectacle of power and politics that produced her and infuses her, and in which she is embedded. Defeating “Hillary Clinton,” on the other hand, is about exposing and dismantling that spectacle and its system, brick by brick and from the ground up, such that it does not produce future Hillary Clintons as our only plausible political leaders…

It’s also a task that could transcend the toxic political labeling of the moment, and therefore one that terrifies the duopoly’s power brokers. That’s where Warren and the Pauls, for example, are not so terribly far apart: Honest discussion of fundamental economic policy, or America’s geopolitical role, or the uses and limitations of state power, serves the interests of progressives, radicals, libertarians and even old-school conservatives (to the extent that species still exists). It does not serve the interests of Wall Street bankers or tax-dodging, outsourcing billionaires or the private-sector parasites who feed on the military-industrial complex or the spymasters and bureaucrats of the permanent deep state. You don’t have to like Rand Paul, or vote for him, to see that his emergence suggests that some flicker of resistance to that caste of tyrants remains alive on the right.

Similarly, Warren’s 2012 Senate victory over a well-massaged, pseudo-moderate Republican incumbent, and her rapid rise to national symbol-hood, suggest a reawakened interest in economic democracy within the Democratic electorate. Those were precisely the issues the party abandoned during the Clinton years, in exchange for massive infusions of Wall Street cash…”

So according to the author, the tag team of Warren & Paul can, “in the fullness of time,” offer a solution that serves everyone (“progressives, radicals, libertarians and even old-school conservatives”). But the “system” must first be “exposed and dismantled” to make such a change plausible.

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After offering this preview of the solution, the article continues by granting our two “heroes” the “get out of jail free” card they’ll need when the globalist script cues their emergence…

Just as Rand Paul has been compelled to embrace or finesse Republican orthodoxy on issues like abortion and immigration, Warren has modulated her message during two years on Capitol Hill. She has fully come around to the hawkish pro-Israel foreign policy required of all elected Democrats, and has made only measured criticisms of the Obama administration on NSA spying, the Edward Snowden case and related national-security questions. Warren’s ascension to a leadership position in the incoming Congress could be read as an attempt to complete the process of assimilation. Within the context of an embattled Democratic Senate minority, she will certainly be expected to function less as a lone wolf and more as a team player.”

So how will the ascended Warren and Paul explain-away their prior complicity with certain elements of the globalist agenda? They’ll claim, “We were compelled by larger forces to compromise some of our principles; we wouldn’t have survived in Washington long enough to do good now if we hadn’t done so.” This is precisely the same argument that will be used to absolve Putin for his longstanding collusion with the globalists.

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Finishing up with the article, the author then restates why the time is not yet right for Warren and Paul, and closes with a foreshadowing of what is to come (with my comments added in brackets)…

“Moving beyond the realpolitik analysis that a non-candidate with no money and no organization is not prepared to storm Fortress Hillary, what would become of Warren’s flaming sword if by some miracle she won the nomination and then the election? We have a pretty good idea, or at least we should: What happened to the last neophyte senator with an idealistic reform agenda who swept into the White House? [And what happened to Trump?]

Attribute the most honorable possible motives to Obama [and Trump], and he still found himself pinioned between a political system driven by corporate donors and lobbyists, a national-security apparatus that operates beyond the control of any office or any individual, and a functionally insane opposition party driven by fear and hatred.

You don’t have to change just one of those factors in order to make President Warren’s first term, beginning in January 2017, a new American dawn. You have to change all of them

Given the current conditions of our ungovernable republic, would Warren even be a better president than Clinton? I’m honestly not sure. If Warren 2016 is a dangerous mirage, that’s not because it might inconvenience or discomfit Hillary Clinton the candidate. That prospect is admittedly almost irresistible. It’s a mirage because it feeds into the reification of the political edifice embodied by Hillary Clinton, and nurtures its aura of inevitability, inescapability and invulnerability. It only forestalls that system’s coming day of reckoning, which cannot come soon enough if we want this country to have a future.”

On that last point, the globalists are the only organized force with the power to bring a “day of reckoning” to their system, so they will be the ones who do it. After having their media minions lay the groundwork with preparatory propaganda like this Salon article, they will lead the revolution against themselves. And in doing so, they’ll tear down their Interim World Order (Bretton Woods) and erect their multilateral / multipolar New World Order in its place.

More to come today.

With love…