Trump’s election will be the biggest F-you in history

If we go by most of the MSM/corporate polls, Hillary Clinton will win on November 8.

But there are dissenting voices. Among them is Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams, who’s still predicting a 98% chance of not just a Trump win, but a landslide. Interestingly, the dissenters also include a flaming leftist — docu-maker Michael Moore.

Moore is loathsome, but I don’t think anyone has captured or articulated the reasons why so many Americans resonate to Trump’s anti-globalism as well as Moore.

Below is an excerpt from a recent speech Moore delivered, followed by my transcription:

“I know a lot of people in Michigan that are planning to vote for Trump…. They don’t necessarily like him that much and they don’t necessarily agree with him. They’re not racists and rednecks certainly; they’re actually pretty decent people. And so I wanted to, after talking to a number of them, I wanted to write this.

Donald Trump came to the Detroit Economic Club and stood there in front of the Ford Motor executives and said, ‘If you close these factories you’re planning to do in Detroit and build them in Mexico, [when I’m President] I’m going to put a 35% tariff on those cars when you send them back and nobody’s gonna buy them.’

It was an amazing thing to see. No politician, Republican or Democrat, had ever said anything like that to these executives, and it was music to the ears of people in Michigan and Ohio and Pennsylvania, in Wisconsin, the Brexit states. You live here in Ohio, you know what I’m talking about.

Whether Trump means it or not is kind of irrelevant because he’s saying the things to people who are hurting. That’s why every beaten-down, nameless, forgotten working stiff — what used to be part of what was called the middle class — loves Trump. He is the human Molotov cocktail that they’ve been waiting for, the human hand grenade that they can legally throw into the system that stole their lives from them. And on November 8th, Election Day, although they lost their jobs, although they’ve been foreclosed on by the bank, next came the divorce, and now the wife and kids are gone, the car’s been repo’ed, they haven’t had a real vacation in years, they’re stuck with the shitty Obamacare plan when you can’t even get a fucking [inaudible]. They’ve essentially lost everything they had, except one thing. The one thing that doesn’t cost them a cent and is guaranteed to them by the American Constitution — the right to vote.

They might be penniless, they might be homeless, they might be fucked over and fucked up. It doesn’t matter because it’s equalized on that day. A millionaire has the same number of votes as the person without a job — one. And there’s more of the former middle class than there are in the millionaire class.

So on November 8th, the dispossessed will walk into the voting booth, be handed a ballot, close the curtain and take that lever or felt pen or touchscreen and put a big fucking X in the box by the name of the man who is threatening to upend and overturn the very system that has ruined their lives: Donald J. Trump.

They see that the elites who ruined their lives hate Trump. Corporate America hates Trump. Wall Street hates Trump. The career politicians hate Trump. The media hates Trump, after they loved him and created him and now hate him. Thank you, media.

The enemy of my enemy is who I’m voting for on November 8. Yes, on November 8, you, Joe Blow, Steve Blow, Bob Blow, Billy Blow, Billy Bob Blow — all the Blows get to blow up the whole goddamn system because it’s your right. Trump’s election is going to be the biggest fuck-you ever recorded in human history, and it will feel good.”

Perversely, after articulately so beautifully the profound alienation of so many Americans and why Trump speaks for them, Michael Moore then proceeded to make a whole-hog defense and endorsement of Hillary Clinton.

Here’s a screenshot from a video showing “Jabba the Hut” Michael Moore making the speech you heard and read above.

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What if Trump loses?

Below are excerpts from a powerful essay, “The Elite ‘Have No Idea’ — Society is Near the Breaking Point,” written by a guy who calls himself Chindit13 for ZeroHedge:

“What I find most surprising today is that the insiders and the elite have no idea what is percolating just beneath the surface.  Okay, maybe their arrogance actually produces its own fog, so it should not come as a surprise that they are blinded. They do not look at the calendar, which, if one really looks, says ‘1788’ on it.  Something is close.  Very close.  Society is near the breaking point.

My own experience is that Hillary’s so-called Deplorables are actually the most reserved, most polite, and most honest demographic in the country. They are more informed, more self-reliant, and among other things, better armed.  Regarding their arms, they are incredibly responsible, and not the source of the violence for which the implement, and not the person, is too often blamed.  The Deplorables have the longest fuse.  It is, however, a fuse. […]

The Deplorables, however, are not possessed of infinite patience. Like a capacitor, there is a charge building, and at some point it will be released into the circuitry of society.

The media and other insiders believe themselves to be immune.  That thought no doubt results from being immersed inside a cocoon where dissonant voices are not allowed.  When the levee breaks, or the capacitor releases its charge, they are going to be gob smacked.

Precious few of them are anywhere near as immune as they believe themselves to be.  Additionally, what they might think, or hope, is their support, their security, their safe space, doesn’t really exist.

Most of society’s guardians, whether they are law enforcement or military, are card-carrying members of the Deplorables.

France was similarly constructed in the late 1780s.  The elite were isolated only in thought, not in reality.  Their protection was of a Potemkin Village nature: not actually there, but merely a facade that gave them false comfort.

They paid dearly for their arrogance and ignorance.

History may not repeat, but it does rhyme.  The calendar really does seem to say 1788, so 1789—and 1792–are not as far off as some would like to believe.

This is not a call to arms, but it is a call to reality.  Ignore it at your own peril.

Some may see these words as a threat.  They are not.  They are, however, a warning, and a warning from someone who is a student of history.

Every society eventually reaches a breaking point.  Ours is nearly there.  Some of those who might feel threatened, the so-called elite and insiders, think that they can buy protection as easily as they can buy a Gulfstream.  How naïve!  Who are the private security contractors?  Who are the various SOGs?  Like law enforcement and the rest of the military, they are the Deplorables.  The Deplorables will take your money, but you will not take their lives.  Better said, they won’t give up their lives for you or your family.  The security you believe you have purchased is an illusion.  Make that delusion.  Best to get that out front here and now.

Some might think this is all Trump’s fault.  Again, that shows a degree of ignorance and naïveté which characterizes the elite.  Trump is a symptom, not a cause.  He might even be a salve, as the changes he could bring might defuse some of the current anger.

On the other hand, Hillary is a lit match in a room of dynamite.  She, like many of the self-important, thinks her very existence is a favor to the rest of us.  She epitomizes the absolute worst of what America has become.  Above the law, wealthy not through accomplishment, but through influence peddling only, and a bull in a china shop in terms of her effect on both the country and the world—and I apologize to bulls for that analogy.  The world is more unstable because of her.

America is less safe because of her.  Russia and the US—the two largest nuclear powers—are more at odds because of her.  With her in power, we will reach the breaking point at home and internationally, perhaps leading to ‘accidental’ nuclear war, as the heightened rhetoric impacts clear thinking.  Society is more stratified because of her.  Race relations have deteriorated because of her (and Obama).

There are few current ills in society and in geopolitics that cannot be laid at her feet, at least to some extent.  The Great Deceiver to many, who exhibits an astonishing aversion to truth telling, is enough to make even an agnostic wonder if the anti-Christ hasn’t finally arrived for its three and a half years of rule.

A recently hacked email of John Podesta finds him saying ‘she (Hillary) has begun to hate everyday Americans’.  No doubt the same feelings were voiced by [Romania dictator] Nicolas Ceaucescu.  It turned out the feeling was mutual. […]

Elect Hillary, and continue with business as usual, and it is likely this warning will become an epitaph for the America we know.  Society may collapse regardless, because the rot is already very great, but she will hasten the day of reckoning. […]”

See also:

~Eowyn

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11 responses to “Trump’s election will be the biggest F-you in history

  1. Magnificent article! In something my sister emailed me, George Soros’ had a slip of the tongue–wherein he stated that the vote would over-whelming go for Trump > > > > > but Clinton would win in the Electorate College! What do we do then. If those who were chosen to attend that gathering betray us the everyday American people . . . . . what do we do then. Unfortunately, I believe that Soros is not beyond bribing enough of that body to throw the election. As a nation, we cannot suffer another four years under the kind of tyrannical rule. We cannot suffer with having Killary choose Progressives to pack the Supreme Court, we cannot suffer with the hoards of illegals flooding our country, we cannot suffer with the poor economic outlook. May God have mercy on this sinful country. Not all of us are sinners, I can only hope that Our Merciful Father in Heaven will look upon the honest in heart and pull us out of this horrendous cesspool we have fallen into.

    God Bless America!

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  2. Excellent article. I am far from being a Moore fan, but he did speak the truth.
    The column from Zerohedge was point on. Too bad few dems will read it. They have no idea or refuse to admit what will happen to this country with a Clinton President. And if she wins, which Clinton will actually be in charge?
    With her ill health, will they hide it from us who is jerking the strings? Is Bill working for or against his wife?
    Are dems so arrogant they are willing to let this country be destroyed, and that is the plan, just to declare a victory, however hollow it would be?

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  3. I guess it’s a cultural thing. When Howard Stern or Michael Fat Ass give out an endorsement of Trump peppered with their own signature colloquialisms, I gag a little bit, but appreciate the sentiment.
    They can recognize the evil Hillary and her cohorts represent, I do not know what position they play, but they say it out loud, and are on the team.
    They’re not commies.

    As far as the polls are concerned, I think they are manufacturing the stats si when they burn the ballots and steal this elections they can say “Why are you so surprised?”
    Things have changed in this country; first as Obama went unchallenged and ‘transformed’ our society as far as he could; then for the year or so Trump has been telling We The People that it is not our imaginations, the country is being hijacked right under our noses and we better take back control.
    The Left with the help of the establishment, is likely to steal this election, but for me, I reject them and do not want to hear about showing ‘respect for the office’ when it has been invaded by pigs.

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  4. I respect the office far more than the occupant of the office. I pledge allegience to the country and the constitution. Not the so called elected representatives that have shown their disdain for both. I will respect them when they respect me. In the meantime I will function within the framework that we have, voting my beliefs until it is necessary to vote with my actions.
    God Bless America and may he have mercy on the souls of all who revere his name.

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  6. Well! The Walking Landfill has finally said something I agree with! Yes, the election of Donald Trump will be “the biggest F.U. to the [Establishment].” And it will be RICHLY deserved.
    And Chindit gets more down to causes and conditions. Make no mistake: Obama, Wrecking Ball-in-Chief that he may be, did not deliver this damage alone. Nor did Hillary. Not even George H.W. Bush did. We are nearing the end of a cycle that has been brewing since, politically, Woodrow Wilson. Actually, it could be traced back farther, depending on what metrics one wishes to consider.
    But as it has been said, “No army can stop an idea whose time has come.” We just may be approaching that point that Strunk & Howe call “the fourth turning.” A revolution is in the works. And a fight, too.
    First, the demographics of the entire world are changing. Once that reaches a “critical mass,” political revolution will, in one way or another, occur. But the revolution in ideas has to happen first, and I believe that this is what Moore is referring to, even if he is unaware of it. (I have to give him the benefit of the doubt in this respect: He APPEARS to be moronic or myopic, but I think Moore is dealing with his own dissonance. If he were ever to come on over to our side, it would be a relief. My point is that, as much as I detest him, he is more well-read and intelligent than he appears). So, Yes, this Nov. 8th represents the Big F.U. Day.

    But if we move beyond the political to the spiritual, we can surmise that a fight is coming, also. As I said, we can trace this back to Woodrow Wilson or even earlier. We are at the mercy of a Satanic Conspiracy, however incrementally it has been implemented, and matters are coming to a head. As I have shared before, we are about to enter an Age where the prophecies of Revelation must come true. A Hillary Presidency would hasten that Moral and Political Apocalypse, whereas a Trump Presidency very well could postpone that Apocalypse: The revolution in ideas will come; It will gestate further, ripen and mature. This could temper the Holocaust to come. But Trump could buy us the time we need so we can position ourselves better. So although Moore is actually right, for once, Chindit digs deeper. It doesn’t matter who anyone agrees with; Just begin somewhere and work it backward, if one has to.
    Great men are rare in any century. Most great men are terrible, evil men. I believe Donald Trump is a rare exception. No moral Aquinas, but no moral Raging Bull, by any stretch of the imagination, either. Donald Trump may not be a “master of subtlety” (I believe he is not), but he is not obtuse as a number of previous Presidents have been. If we are to avoid the train wreck of a Hillary New World Order tyranny, the American Public must be allowed to vent their F.U. Then we can take it from there.

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  7. You mean he got more since the last time he said it to the country

    Like

  8. DE
    I think she meant sinceRE.

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