John Robb: Trump Insurgency is Dead, Trump Captured…

The OODA loop of Trump’s Insurgency has been Smashed That insurgency is now over.  Its OODA loop is smashed. Worried that Trump would end existing US spending/policies (largely, still geared to cold war priorities), the senior military staff running the Trump administration launched a counter-insurgency against the insurgency. They have been successful (if only they …

John Robb: Electoral Coup Underway!

WARNING: An Electoral Coup is Underway This may be the most important thing I’ve ever written.  On December 19, 2016 the electoral college will vote.  Based on the vote, Trump should receive 306 votes and Clinton will have 232. However, it is possible for many electors to change their vote.  They aren’t bound by it.  …

John Robb: Plan to Force Donald Trump to Resign or Be Impeached? UPDATE 1 Greens Funded to Challenge Trump Victory; Teachers Against Trump Mobilizing Students Toward National Strike?

Trump’s Insurgency creates our Tahrir Square Moment Open source insurgencies and protests can arise spontaneously and they are very hard to stop once they get going since they are impervious to most forms of repressive counter-attack and political subversion. This uptick in insults directed at minorities blamed on Trump, may be the tinder for setting off …

Owl: Explaining Trump — John Robb Plus UPDATE Evaluating Trump More Links

Donald Trump, Open Source Insurgent and Ball Buster of Oligarch Politicians So much has been written about Trump’s primary election campaign, the “Trump Phenomenon.” I have read in the last few months hundreds of articles trying to explain it, but so far nothing rivals the three articles listed below for deep insight and explanatory power. …

John Robb: CEOs as Targets

New: It’s Open Season on the Tech Elite …we are going to find out very quickly that the corporation, and particularly tech companies, are particularly bad organizations for warfare.  One reason is that they are too centralized.  The CEO’s centrality to the corporate network makes him/her a single point of failure for the entire organization.  Another …