George Soros, the Federal Reserve, Wall Street and Goldman Sachs were some of the global elites openly targeted by Trump’s powerful final appeal
Since the world historic election on Nov. 8th which saw Donald Trump beat what look liked insurmountable odds to be elected the 45th president of the United States, all the media pundits, pollsters and political experts are busy trying to find out how he did it. At least, except for the ones who were deliberately lying and thus already know he had massive popular support.
With only 2 days remaining until the election, an epic Trump ad was released which pulled no punches on the internationalist global elite and directly set out to the American voter what was at stake. It has already received 8 million views on YouTube.
A couple highlights:
American political discourse never makes use of the term «new government» to refer to a democratic change of power — unlike in parliamentary systems for example. It uses the term «new administration.» To Americans, «new government» means an entirely new political system. It means revolution. This choice of words by Trump cannot be accidental.
Besides the nefarious stress Trump placed on the word «entities» (and there are plenty of such nefarious entities operating in the world), he made it clear that US policy is not actually controlled by Americans. It is controlled by a global elite — by and for them and their interests. The United States and its economic and military predominance, is merely the biggest tool in the toolbox for achieving their aims.
Throughout the ad, ominous images of the Federal Reserve System, Wall Street, Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen, billionaire social engineer George Soros, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Lloyd Blankfein and other powerful elites, were shown (though not explicitly named). To the many who have been aware of these issues for years, it was exhilarating vindication of their fight; for those not yet aware, Trump’s words must have been inspiring and awakening nonetheless.
This last minute truth bomb and gauntlet thrown down at the feet of the global establishment may have been just what was needed to pull in extra support from the Left and Right, from pro-Bernie students to a devestated middle and working class, and push Trump over the top on election day.
Candidate Trump declared war on the establishment. We shall see how far President Trump is able to carry the war. But he has the support of a large swath of the people.