Why “They” Hate Trump and You So Much: How all these vast conspiracies have coordinated their efforts

After several conversations I’ve had with people this past week some who are extremely knowledgeable and successful, they had questions, the number one they have asked me was how all these various media outlets, global health organizations, government bureaucrats, and local radical protestors could coordinate such a vast conspiracy together to put on the pressure to harm President Trump’s re-election possibilities. After all, its not like they all met in a room with a well hatched plan to do all that we are seeing here and unleashing the results. The answer I had for them, which I get into much greater detail in my upcoming book, ‘The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business’ was that much of this activity is baked into our human society. People get the same basic education practices so they deal with problems largely based on what they were taught which is why so many people are quick to fall for big scams like Covid-19 and the death counts that are measured to set off alarms in the media, or the nature of Black Lives Matter. Because of the way we raise ourselves, as people, we all follow a similar pattern of reaction to a crises, and that allows enemies of freedom to easily coordinate attacks on our Republic as they trust the reactions people will have to their antics.

The severe hatred of President Trump that most institutionalists have is a trained behavior, not an instinctual one. Donald Trump used to be one of them, he was a playboy hanging around with Jeffery Epstein and running around with the rich and famous. He was very rich for a time, then he fell hard and was one of the most indebted people in the world. He’s been through several marriages and was for most of his life a social wreck that wasn’t a threat to the established order of things. That is until he married the right woman, aged a bit and matured, and developed a real love for the country and wanted to give something back after he realized that he had a lot to give after the television show, The Apprentice. And once he started running he realized there were a lot of people in America who were not part of that system he had been in, and they wanted nothing to do with it. So he gave them a voice and that’s where we are today. President Trump is a spokesman to the kind of people that America was always supposed to produce, but have been vastly ignored due to the nature of institutionalism.

You know the type, the people who get passed over for promotions because they speak too freely, or are “too” smart. Nobody, especially at the top of the food chain promotes people they fear will be better than they are and will be nipping at their heels threatening to make them look bad socially. People like other people who are just as compromised, and they seek security from performance review through peer acknowledgments. Its essentially the high school mentality that was a direct result of public-government schools, there are the popular kids, the less popular kids and of course the duds. By age 15 or so we all accept one of those roles in life and we live the rest of our days chained to those expectations. And successful people learn that its not merit that gets you high up in life, its how well you network with other people, most of the time who are losers, but have peer acceptance. And that is largely how an institutionalized society functions at all levels. That is also why a bunch of Black Lives Matter radicals are able to barge into a Target and start a rally with curse words in a family store while they steal merchandise in full view of all the cameras, but nobody confronts them to bring forth justice. Because corporations are often run by such people, collective bands of know-nothings who have lived their entire lives chained to some social class. They traded freedom for secure incomes long ago and now that they are challenged by radicals of their own imprisoned kind, they are frozen into a lack of action.

Trump like many of his supporters is a person who has broken free of that high school expectation of popularity, and like others who find themselves similarly free, people hate him for that independence. Most reading this can relate, they know at their places of work that they must comply with the old high school rules of social structure or they will not get raises, they will not get invites to play with the other popular kids in their reindeer games and that hurts them not only emotionally, but in the fear of not being able to make a good living. So they accept their flaws, because it makes them more appealing to others who always want to live up to a low bar of expectation and are thus imprisoned to a way of thinking that was designed from the beginning to hold them down. Most large corporations are filled with these types of people, most all who work in government are, and of course those are the same types of idiots who want to change the Star Spangled Banner to the John Lennon song “Imagine” because they can’t relate to freedom, only the conformity of the group. The freedoms of America are available to everyone, but most people are willing to trade those freedoms away to move up in their company, to get a prestigious role within their community, or to not be the least liked person at the next block party. They shove their kids into sports so they can have something to talk about that is socially acceptable at those parties, but secretly they hope that their children will luck out and get a chance at the big time, become independently wealthy and be free of this nonsense.

Yet, when someone like a Trump comes along who is independently wealthy, and has worked to be better than average and seems keen to live his own life, that hatred resonates among all those who have chickened out a long time ago toward any kind of expectation as such. And most of the Trump supporters are not so wealthy—but they want the chance to become so. They have not accepted the limits of institutionalized society and they yet have hope that America can inspire in people more than just acceptance of the norms, but a yearning for a better tomorrow complete with sheer tenacity. But that is the source of the vast conspiracy. People trained to be average by their education systems, their parents, and their society have a deep resentment of those who do not follow them over the cliff. People who insist on living free are a threat to the order of things. And even when they are punished and are still resolute on that course, the anger isn’t just directed at Trump, its at all those who stand behind him as a base support. Their attack on him is an attack on the rest of us who have rejected the limits society placed on itself, and we want more. More that only a free American society can give, and that is the harsh reality behind this next election. Their fear is complete rejection of their choices, like the popular kids in high school fear that nobody will like their place on the football team, or their role as cheerleaders. When people no longer care what institutionalism can give them, there is a fear of what comes next, and that is the unifying fear that is driving all these vast conspiracies. And why the threat of violence is so real. The instigators know of nothing else.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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