Several articles and one video capture my confidence that the two-party tyranny is on its death-bed. I believe the next big leak of emails will show the collusion between the DNC and RNC such that the public finally understands what I and others have been saying for many years: there is NO DIFFERENCE — one bird, two wings, same crap. The two-party tyranny has failed spectacularly. Into that gap we should see a new collective growing, one that is hostile to parties and open to facts, ultimately demanding evidence-based governance responsive to the 99%, not the 1%.
I particularly believe that people of color are going to see that they are better off avoiding parties and focusing on a new coalition that is pragmatic rather than ideological — I love the Malcolm X video — people of color today have been slow to understand that the Crime Bill passed under the Co-Presidency of Bill and and Hillary Clinton has put more black people in jail than there were slaves at the beginning of the Civil War (War of Secession). Apart from being over-due for reconciliation with our people of color and the hard-working whites that Donald Trump appealed to, we are also long over-due for reconciliation based on truth with the Native Americans whom we genocided, and the Latinos whose country (everything south of the Guadalupe-Hidalgo line) we stole through a war based on lies.
For the record, I totally support Steve Bannon. He’s the real deal, everyone else is a lying hypocrite — the same people that deny that the system is rigged twelve different ways. The USA is no longer a values-based nation loyal to the Constitution and the rights of We the People. The Establishment — the DNC and RNC together, have actively collaborated with Wall Street to create an “anything goes” climate of what Herbert Marcuse calls “repressive tolerance, while the Deep State and its various complexes are waging war on everyone including the hapless individual tax-payer. “Burn it all down” is exactly right. It’s time for a forest fire — a non-violent public revolution that says “no” to business as usual in which the 1% get to screw the 99% all of the time. As a Libertarian, I would like to see the Republican Party embrace the Electoral Reform Act — the Unity Act — and then compete on merit. If they do that, I applaud. If they refuse to do that, may they rot in hell with the Democratic Party, We the People can do much better on our own.
Charles Eisenstein, The Election: Of Hate, Grief, and a New Story, CharlesEisenstein.net, 10 November 2016.
Michael Hudson, Break Up the Democratic Party: It’s Time for the Clintons and Rubin to Go – and Soros Too, CounterPunch, 15 November 2016.
Robert Parry, Trump’s Slim Chance for Greatness, Consortiumnews.com, 15 November 2016
Ben Shapiro, 3 Thoughts On Steve Bannon As White House ‘Chief Strategist,’ The Daily Wire, 14 November 2016.
Malcolm X, Black Democrats Are CHUMPS & TRAITORS, YouTube (2:14), 12 March 2016
There is a lot of work to be done. If Trump fails to act on electoral reform, I believe that 2020 will see a coalition team win with 60% of the total eligible voters, soundly beating the Establishment candidates that will be put forward by the DNC and RNC, neither of which is going to learn anything over the next four years.
Giving Trump A Chance:
If Trump Does Not Listen: