Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Trump Has Upped the Ante, Voicing the Dangers of Vaccines

*I am a little bit late in chiming in on this...

Just when you thought Donald Trump couldn't possibly say or do anything to further incite the disdain and wrath of the political establishment and media muppets, the man has raised the bar once again. Let's make note of the fact that his most recent "debate" was carefully orchestrated ahead of time in such a way that Trump and fellow popular candidate Ben Carson were to be deliberately silenced. As 21st Century Wire has relayed:

"CNN’s own debate protocol on the night stipulated that if another candidate’s name is mentioned in a contestant’s answer, then that other person is automatically given the right to rebuttal. In other words, if Tapper asks a question to Jeb Bush and Bush mentions the name ‘Rand Paul’ during his answer, then Rand Paul is summarily given time to reply. In this way CNN purports to be the ‘fair and balanced’ broker, but in reality the exercise is almost completely controlled by the moderator asking the question and the establishment candidates. Rule number one: don’t mention Trump. Using this clever formula, during one long stretch CNN, managed to shut-out Donald Trump for a full 40 minutes towards the third hour of the debate – just as viewer numbers began to gradually erode."

I did not watch this episode of American political theater, but it is my understanding Trump was given very little time to be heard in contrast to the previous episo... er, I mean debate. Suffice it to say, what little opportunity he was afforded was apparently seized in a most magnificent fashion. Trump has made crystal clear to the people of America -- including its establishment marionettes -- what little regard he has for others' perceptions, and his willingness cross boundaries of the political career-ruining variety. As has been firmly established as fact at this stage of the game, his propensity for rejecting these unwritten rules is the primary reason for his sustained campaign success. This time around, however, his audacious approach was manifested in a new, much more meaningful way. 

Over the course of approximately the last year, the medical-industrial-complex has kicked into high-gear its relentless and tyrannical agenda of forced vaccination of America's children. This push towards a medical police-state has unfortunately led to new restrictions and even eliminations of legal exemptions from these unproven, unnecessary, ineffective, inadequately-studied and -- as a matter of irrefutable fact --deadly vaccines. This surge in attention being given to the subject of vaccination, and the "outbreaks" that are alleged to have occurred due to "substandard" vaccination rates, obviously has not gone unnoticed by Mr. Trump. As fate would have it, The Donald offered his brief take on the matter:

“Autism has become an epidemic. Twenty-five years ago, 35 years ago, you look at the statistics — not even close. It has gotten totally out of control. I am totally in favor of vaccines, but I want smaller doses over a longer period of time … But you take this little, beautiful baby and you pump — I mean, it looks like just it’s meant for a horse and not for a child. And we’ve had so many instances, people that work for me. Just the other day, a 2-and-a-half year old, a beautiful child, went to have the vaccine and came back and a week later got a tremendous fever, got very, very sick, now is autistic.”

While this statement is hardly provocative and merely scratches the surface of what should be the subject of sincere and persistent discourse in the mainstream media, these words contain a great deal of truth; truth which few, if any, other public figures or politicians have the cojones to acknowledge, lest they become the subject of intense slander and ridicule from the controlled media who dutifully peddles the disingenuous rhetoric and filthy lies of the mighty pharmaceutical industry. Once again, I am obligated to applaud the man, in spite of his otherwise general personification of much of what is rotten in the world. The bottom line is, for better or worse, and for however misguided the reasons, Trump remains firmly at the top of the polls to this point, and as a result, his words on the matter are going to resonate with a significant portion of the public at large. To not emphasize the gravity of this development is to do a tremendous disservice to the countless children who have been maimed and killed by vaccines, and their families who have equally suffered as a result. 

Whether or not Trump is a "plant" or playing some other role in order for the establishment to achieve a pre-arranged desired end is at this stage irrelevant in my mind. It has become ever-more evident that to whatever extent he is being used, he has capitalized on the opportunity to further whatever personal ambitions he is able to fulfill in the process. If the "plant" theory has any validity to it, it would be safe to assume that arrangement has now backfired. If any doubt had previously lingered as to the damaging effects on the establishment's status quo of Trump's campaign, such doubt should now be vaporized in the aftermath of his latest show of defiance. What most who fancy themselves enlightened and reject the political theatrics in America should remain mindful of is, not everything that transpires within the political landscape represents a means to singular end. The fundamental character of the United States of America obviously will not change with any candidate, nor can the damage of the past hundred or so years be undone or reversed. That being said, as someone who would be considered a most hardened "conspiracy theorist," I cannot help but be encouraged by the breaking down of barriers that have previously stood unscathed, and none more so than one that has claimed the lives and livelihood of many thousands of innocent children.

It must be understood, expressing an appreciation for what Trump has introduced into this entire contrived presentation is not an endorsement of him as a person, or of the farce he has now made himself a part of. It is a rare occasion where the 'bigger picture' becomes partially or wholly irrelevant, taking a backseat -- so to speak -- to circumstances of the present which are both positive in nature and have practical implications in our daily lives (over which we possess very little control at this point). This is one such instance. Hardly a semblance of prescience is required to know that if Trump's candidacy is purely of his own doing, he will simply not be allowed to  win, and therefore the less-appealing and even downright frightening aspects of his 'platform' are, in this writer's opinion, unworthy of a second thought.

Should one get even more "conspiratorial" and posit that perhaps, in the process of what is an entirely contrived role on his part, voicing on national TV concerns over vaccine safety is merely a slick way of discrediting vaccine opponents or individuals otherwise skeptical of medical tyranny, I would fairly adamantly disagree. Although not impossible to consider, it seems a bit too risky of an undertaking on their part. These psychological operations are not conducted on a whim, but carefully and meticulously designed so as to ensure maximum results. The suggestion is made even less plausible when you consider the stage of the 'race' at which this occurred and Trump's staying power thus far.

Whatever the intentions behind allowing this subject to be addressed, given Trump's history of saying whatever the hell he damn well pleases, the end result was not a favorable one for media muppets, their establishment handlers and the medical-industrial-complex. Taken alone, this particular foray into challenging the sanctity of the state-sponsored propaganda machine is deserving of commendation. The vaccine schedule in the United States is positively out of control and the deadly consequences of blindly submitting to this barrage of toxic injections are well-documented. Though by no means surprising, it is a sad and frightening reflection on the state of our society that what was required to bring this topic into the national spotlight was a presidential 'candidate' who appears to relish in the villain designation. No less disturbing is how a statement as reasonable and benign as the one he made is perceived as somehow controversial. It is anything but, and in fact falls decidedly short of what truly needs to aired in the public discourse for all to consider for themselves. Inadequate or incomplete as it may have been, the skepticism attributed to the matter and the forum in which it took place will undoubtedly tip the scales, however slightly, in favor of healthy skepticism and rejection of blind obedience out of fear. Needless to say, any trend in that direction is hardly trivial -- and may indeed save the lives of some innocent children along the way. 

Allow me to once more emphasize the fact that there is zero long-term hope to be found in the present state of affairs or any of its participants. That does not, however, necessarily denote the impossibility of attaining temporary reprieves from certain oppressive symptoms of the diseased and rotten larger establishment body. This latest episode of 'Trump' comes with the potential to offer such a reprieve for many, in the form of evading increasingly compulsory "preventative medicine" which is destroying lives left and right and transforming American society into nothing less than a medical police state. I, for one, will have no complaints about how that prospect comes about, and Donald Trump is no less worthy of appreciation than anyone else would be for his role in making that happen. 

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