Herland Report: Donald Trump may be the most demonized President in US history, simply because his ultra-rich Socialist Billionaire enemies own the media and control the US establishment, writes Hanne Herland at WND, the largest Conservative news outlet in America.
Read the exclusive excerpts from bestselling author, Hanne Nabintu Herland’s latest book at WND.
With Trump’s “America First” slogan, he launched a massive attack on the globalist billionaire’s empire that for decades has benefitted from the outsourcing to jobs and wealth to Communist China and the ultra-rich.
The new book “Trump – The Battle for America”. cuts through the mainstream media rhetoric and explains why Trump challenges this elite hegemony. Herland writes:
For the past years, I have interviewed leading American intellectuals, former CIA and NSA directors, professors, bishops and bestselling authors, former news editors, psychologists and directors from Judicial Watch about the divisiveness in the United States.
The disturbing conclusion from these talks form the basis for this shocking analysis of the state of affairs in America, behind the propaganda smoke screen of the media.
Who is it – really – that hates President Donald Trump so much, and why?
If we follow the money, we notice that over 90 % of the US media is owned by only a few corporations with widespread interest in the development of a globalist, transnational capitalist system that profits from lack of national sovereignty.
The media becomes a convenient smoke screen that disguises the driving forces behind this development.
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The globalist business model is dependent on weak nation states, that easily may be overrun by global corporations that crush the middle class and local businesses.
And globalism has worked, it has reinforced an international economic model that departs from the nation-based capitalist system and benefits the ultra-rich in an unprecedented scale.
Globalism has produced a system in which few individuals now own over 50 % of world assets, only made possible by the transnational business model that refuses to redistribute wealth when outsourcing jobs to China and other cheap labor countries.
This system depends on open borders, no tax to specific nations and China’s manipulation of its currency to retain its cheap prices. Naturally, President Trump, who wants to implement a more just system for the American working class becomes a full-front enemy.
Trump seeks to reinstate the national sovereignty of the United States, reinstate national borders and rebuild America, yet faces the worst enemies within his own country.
China and the Western billionaire oligarchs have joined forces and benefit massively from the globalist system.
Or, to rephrase the sentence: The rise of China has fueled the rise of the Western oligarch super-rich elite, who bypass the Western worker and produce goods in cheap labor countries without redistributing wealth back to the West. And due to the implementation of open borders and no tax paid to specific nations, most companies are registered in tax havens.
Socialism provides, as described in New Left Tyranny. The Authoritarian destruction of our Way of Life a strict totalitarian social control and cohesion among the population, so that its Marxist elite can do whatever they want, since the people are heavily subjected to massive public propaganda.
We saw this partnership work very well between socialism and the Capitalist industrial elite in Germany under Hitler. It may be argued that freedom becomes, in a socialist system, the right to agree with the Marxist elite who have joined forces with the robbery capitalist owners.
Neo-Marxism is defined as the post-war Marxist ideology that later was pushed by the New Left into Western societies, deconstructing traditional Western values.
During the student revolution in the 1960s, these neo-Marxists took power over the media, the publishing houses, the universities, and public discourse. It is from this pool of thought that Critical Race Theory was developed. Communism, Marxism, National Socialism, and neo-Marxism are all variations of the same socialist ideology.
From this neo-Marxist pool of thought grew the current Millennial generation of well-funded Antifa rebel, gullible brats that now cause anarchist havoc.
The current ultra-rich – of whom most are all socialists and leftwing – partner with low cost China and sadly produce the death of the middle class and the working class in the West.
There are obvious pros too. We are in the middle of an economic revolution in which great business minds, such as that of Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos makes books, clothes and items available to all without entering a shop.
It arrives straight from China and other producing nations to your doorstep. The Covid-19 crisis has added to this process, as people are forced to remain at home, shopping on Amazon. Corona adds remarkable speed to the Western middle class business owners being annihilated.
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As production are outsourced to China and the East, jobs are nonetheless lost in the West. This is Donald Trump’s point. The inner city ghettos are only growing worse.
There needs to be a free market for the smartest to operate, yet still, we need a population with sufficient purchasing power. President Donald Trump is no saint, but he has stated his wish to rebuild the nation, return jobs to Americans and work for a more just trade agreement with China. Will he succeed?