Once upon a time there was an elite. The elite was singular, omnipotent and omniscient. It controlled the banks, the military industrial complex and the rest of big business. Most importantly, it controlled politicians, education, publishing houses, the media (the mainstream as well as the “alternative” media) and the intelligence services. In short, it controlled the narrative. And it funded all sides in all wars.
Having all this control, the elite knew the public was getting tired of “establishment” politicians. The elite had witnessed the popularity of Ron Paul, a politician who was ignored by the media, since he was a genuine threat to the establishment. Despite the complete lack of attention he got from the media, Paul grew quite popular, especially among younger voters. Realizing this, the elite decided to pull off a huge stunt: They’d market an ultra-rich capitalist, a zionist-controlled insider, as a working class hero. They’d “demonize” him (use reverse psychology) to sell him as a threat to the established order. They already knew the public had grown tired of the MSM and its obvious lies, so they used their other media hand — the “alternative” media — to market the billionaire as a messiah. With the first hand, the MSM, they’d constantly give the billionaire “negative” attention, knowing full well that this would increase his street cred among the working class and the precariat, precisely the people he appealed to in the first place. Since the elite controlled the intelligence services, they knew exactly what everyone did and thought at all times. They spied on everyone, so they knew how deep the average Joe hated the MSM. In other words, they knew the average Joe would do the exact opposite of what the MSM condescendingly told him to do.
“Don’t vote for Drumpf!” the MSM would yell five hundred times a day. “He’s dangerous! He’s Hitler. Satan. A racist. A misogynist. Don’t vote for him! Please don’t!” They’d repeat this mantra for months and months. Meanwhile, as the Drumpf movement grew, the elite used their “alternative” media (including forums such as Reddit Conspiracy) to spin him as a Messiah. He was marketed as a working class hero, an enemy of the establishment. So while he openly received orders from AIPAC, the Rothschilds and Saudi Arabia, a populist movement grew around him, claiming he was a threat to the very powers he was in bed with. Disenfranchised and disillusioned workers gathered to attend his rallies. They rallied behind his fake cries to “defeat the establishment” and put his political “opponent” (a fellow Jesuit and close friend of his for decades) behind bars.
When he won the (s)election and was installed in the puppet office, he proceeded to increase funding to ISIS and other “moderate rebels”. He gave plenty of weapons to Israel and Saudi Arabia, and cut diplomatic ties to Iran and other peaceful states. He bombed Assad on behalf of the MIC, and he promised the CIA that they’d soon get another Iraq war. But this time — he said — the CIA would get to steal the oil. (He said the bad thing about the last war was that Iraq got to keep most of its oil.) He increased surveillance of law-abiding citizens, and he increased the funding of Wall Street.
As he did all this, oiling the gears of the military industrialist bankster complex, the “alternative” media continued marketing him. They claimed he was a new JFK, a threat to the “deep state”. In fact, they said he was at war with this deep state. And the loyal hordes of Drumpf fans continued attacking anyone questioning the psyop Drumpf was a part of. These loyal hordes included almost everyone in the so-called “conspiracy theorist” movement. If you dared question whether Drumpf was a genuine threat to the established order, you were automatically branded a “DNC shill”, a “commie” or a “liberal”.
Thus, the conspiracy theorist movement was divided along the same lines as the rest of society. You were either for Drumpf, or against him. For racism, or against it. For women, or against them. For America, or against it. There was no middle ground. (Naturally, the Drumpf movement ignored the fact that he continued waging the same illegal wars his predecessors had waged, and that he continued funding the same “moderate rebels”. For the Drumpf movement, rhetoric and empty promises were more than enough. And anyone supporting Drumpf was “woke”, by definition. Anyone not supporting him, was asleep and a “cuck”. If you supported Drumpf, you’d taken the proverbial “red pill”.)
As was obvious by now, Drumpf had a free pass. He could do anything he wanted, no matter how insane or at odds with his campaign promises it was. Since the MSM continued “demonizing” him (using reverse psychology), Drumpf got steadily more popular among the true believers. How could he not be great, when the MSM so obviously demonized him everyday? The MSM was bad, right? Thus, Drumpf must be good, by definition? This was the simple logic applied, and it appealed to most people in the conspiracy theorist movement. Paradoxically, the conspiracy theorists were now embracing the US government. They were supporting the US army and the FBI, reckoning there must be a grass roots movement of “white hats” in the Bureau. (Otherwise, why would the totally trustworthy Alex Jones (and “FBI anon” on 4Chan) claim there was such a movement?)
It is up to you to decide how this story ends. You can either continue playing into this narrative of divide and conquer, thus bolstering the elite that controls both Drumpf and his “opposition”. Or you can rise above this, and point your finger at the real ruling class, the one pulling Drumpf’s strings. The one consistently profiting from the division, the staged terror, the endless wars and the political theatre in which (((Drumpf))) plays a part.