Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Trump's Over Cute Election Exhortation

Some words are said to manipulate voters.  Apparently "Drain the Swamp" is so yesterday.  Trump's cabinet of publicly subsidized billionaires will be interesting to watch.  It's the Red Team's turn to steer Uncle Sam's nearly $2 trillion budget to reward friends and supporters.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Election 2016: Trump Wins Battle of Narcissists

The American public had a choice of two candidates with outsized personalities and egos.  Red team candidate Donald Trump mobilized enough politically and economically disaffected voters to win the Electoral College, which actually votes on December 19th.  The Blue Team's Hillary Clinton received more overall votes but not in the right locations to win the election.  Her focus on "Donald the Monster" wasn't inspiring and she represented the massively enriched political insider class carrying ethical question marks.

It's hard to get a balanced person on the ticket due to the rigorous dehumanization required of candidates on the campaign fundraising trail.  Nevertheless, 2016 provided two candidates with signs of narcissism.      

No empathy
No remorse 
Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde
Emotionally dependent
Uses battering for control
Trump has it in spades.  Hillary's disappearance after the election and her team's inability to self-examine indicate a circle the wagon approach to protect their candidate.  Bad outcomes are never the narcissist's fault.

Voters actually believed Trump's calls for economic change and his "drain the swamp" promise.

They will tell you whatever they believe you need to know in order to get what they are attempting to extract from you. 
The Red and Blue teams ran for the right to ignore their campaign promises, reward their donors/sponsors and steer the federal budget to the benefit of their friends/insiders.  Trump extracted his votes and will now appoint Red Team alligators and water moccasins to his new and improved swamp.
As a victim tries to pick up the pieces, What must be remembered is that you were deliberately targeted, lied to and manipulated by a skilled con-artist, for their own gain.

Anyone whose worked for a narcissist knows the hell they can unleash on those they view as enemies.  I expect Donald to be himself as President.  I'm not sure the system can control him.  The only thing working in the common man's favor is Donald wants to leave a legacy, even if his road is paved with unexamined, self absorbed intentions.

Update 1-22-17:  A bizarre White House press briefing, the first for President Donald Trump, began the battering for control, which continued the next day.  Image is everything, a point made by White House advisor Anthony Scarramuci at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Update 1-26-17:  HuffPo ran a piece on this topic on 12-20-16, several weeks after ArisFreedomSwitch.  Image management is everything for Trump.

Update 2-8-17:  Vanity Fair ran portions of an investment letter that referenced concerning Trump behaviors.

Update 3-20-17:  Trump's White House employs loyalty monitors and enforcers.  Image management is critical and unconditional worship mandatory.

Update 3-30-17:  President Trump has the opportunity to act on behalf of his voters by protecting internet privacy, what little remains.  He didn't.

Update 1-14-18:  Trump is a symptom of America's spiritual bankruptcy.

Update 12-2-18:  American values of power and greed fuel narcissism.

Update 1-2-2019:   Jesse'sCafe noted the dis-ease impacting us.

Update 10-22-19:  Retired Pentagon Chief James Mattis experienced what is is like to work for a narcissist.  It's unbearable misery.

Update 5-3-20:  Round two will pit insane clown Donald Trump vs. creepy demented Joe Biden.

Update 1-18-21:   The devil's followers attacked the U.S. Capital in an effort to prevent Congress from ratifying a Biden victory via the Electoral College.  Trump campaign mouthpiece, turned comedian Hogan Gidley called the President the "most masculine" in U.S. history.  Later he said Trump has "no platform" to speak out more against the insurrection.  

Shamed and shunned, Trump remains in hiding, his White House Press machine dead quiet..

Update 1-25-21:  A small group gathered for Trump's ceremonial "funeral like" sendoff.  

Update 2-20-22:  A conservative retired federal judge said "the United States is locked "in a political war to the death" and that "American democracy hangs in the balance."

"Our leaders seem incapable or unwilling to lead us in this moment when we need leadership most. If our leaders refuse to lead us to where we want to go and need to be, then we must go there ourselves — and leave them behind," he wrote.

Update 9-4-22:  Red Team Senator Lindsey Graham said this about Trump:

"His problem is personal, his policies have stood the test of time but has he worn the American people out in terms of his personality? Time will tell.  But I'll say this, after the Biden presidency, if there's a policy debate in 2024, I like his chances. If it's a personality contest, he'll be in trouble."

Graham reasserted his prediction "of riots in the streets" if Trump is charged with a crime for his cavalier handling of top secret documents and working against attempts to get those documents back.   Former Trump Attorney General blew up every one of Trump's shotgun defenses, however contradictory.

Update 11-9-22:  The leader of the Insane Reds reacted to election results thus far:

Former President Donald Trump "is livid" and "screaming at everyone" after many Republican candidates backed by him underperformed in Tuesday's midterm elections, an advisor to Trump told CNN.

Update 7-16-23:  Trump got an infamous nickname for his golf antics.

"Trump doesn't just cheat at golf," Reilly wrote in his book about Trump's golf.

"He throws it, boots it, and moves it. He lies about his lies. He fudges and foozles and fluffs. At Winged Foot, where Trump is a member, the caddies got so used to seeing him kick his ball back onto the fairway they came up with a nickname for him: 'Pele.'"

Update 9-15-23:  A Red Team elected official said of Trump:

"[Trump] has none of the qualities you would want in a president, and all of the qualities you wouldn’t.”
Senate Majority Leaders Mitch McConnell called Trump an idiot.  A former Trump attorney cited his "malignant narcissistic tendency to simply say that he’s never done anything wrong.”


Sunday, September 18, 2016

Freedom to Protect Hillary

The Clintons helped usher in the marriage of business, money and politics in the early 1990's.  The end of President Bill Clinton's terms is roughly the beginning of two decades of income stagnation for the average American.  The super wealthy, like the Clintons, saw their fortunes rise dramatically during the same period.

The practice of selling political influence and government facilitating corporate interests/profits is several decades old and employed by both the Red and Blue political teams.

The public knows that justice for insider class is spelled "Just Us."  The Hillary e-mail debacle is a window into this reality.

Had a citizen or low level government employee acted like Mrs. Clinton they would be severely prosecuted and rot in jail for years.   Instead the Justice Department and FBI circled the wagons around Hillary by changing standard practices to clear her name.

The all points response conformed to a pattern described by the WSJ.

"Clinton Scandal Ritual: lie, deny, revise, claim not to remember specifics, stall for time. When it passes, call the story “old news” full of questions that have already been answered. 'As I’ve repeatedly said . . .'

The Clinton milieu can be reduced to "what can I do in the present moment to maintain or improve my image, power, status, wealth and influence?"  Lying is but a tool in the arsenal for skilled manipulators.

"the successful __________ may engage in unethical and illegal business practices and have a toxic impact on others.  Typically, ____________ create a lot of chaos and generally tend to play people off against each other.”

The term describes high flyers with psychopathic traits such as insincerity, a lack of empathy or remorse – people who are egocentric, charming and superficial.
Our "Just Us" system worked diligently to maintain Hillary's good name.  It's part of the Blue Team's Freedom Switch.

Justice is "Just Us" and elections are the opportunity citizens have every four years to select the team that gets to enrich their friends and donors.  That is until the next election.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Club Inequality Has Blue Side

CNN ran a story on income inequality which took a strange turn at the end.  Joe Biden went from comparing Blue team presidential hopefuls Sanders and Clinton on inequality to ensuring his deceased son's children could get a good education.

'Don't sell that house. Promise me you won't sell the house,'" Biden continued, speculating Obama would be "mad" he was retelling the story.

"He (Obama) said, 'I'll give you the money. Whatever you need, I'll give you the money. Don't, Joe -- promise me. Promise me.
What does this story say?  You're in the club, we take care of you....  Lots of money flying around for members of the club.  Show me ___ _____!