Even for those buying into the massive propaganda effort underway by the American establishment, it’s overtly clear that there is a lot of hatred in the air, which is by design.
Never before has the divide and conquer tactic been so apparent, and that is due in large part to WikiLeaks, but it seems that there is more than just a divide between the people; it appears as if there might be a divide within the establishment, as some have been warning. That would make the effort to divide the people imperative to either faction. This hate being spewed from every channel and every candidate, is intended to split every American to one side or the other, but which side will you fall on? Will you even pick a side?
By rising to the instigation, one would be playing into their game. The only way to come out ahead, is not to play. Or at the very least, buck the system by not voting for who is least hated, but rather for who one can actually believe in … I know, it’s a wild idea, but it just might make a difference, whereas voting in-line has clearly led this country to its currently floundering state.
When one looks at the current state of the nation, even when compared to the recent/current administration under Obama(which was no picnic for most), it is clear that there is racial divide, religious divide, political divide, division on sexual orientation and just about any other polarized topic which was either previously not as pronounced, or just not covered by the media; most likely a bit of both. This can be used to drive a wedge between the people, or rather, as some are warning, to drive the people quite literally to pick a side. Yet, when one takes a moment to compare … what ultimately changed between Obama’s last term, and this current political puppet show that has become a world-wide sitcom?
Obama’s last term was clearly an utter failure, but this rise of hatred and divide seems to correspond perfectly with the rise of the election season … how interesting. Now, there was clearly racial tensions and all the rest prior to the election, yet the point of the excellent video below by James Corbett, is that this hatred was stoked in order to create the level of divide all can feel today, and mainstream media is now told to cover it ALL, whereas before, unless it served an agenda, it wasn’t even addressed. So, as Corbett so poignantly put it:
“With the world spinning into hatred and violence as the two most hated (s)election candidates of all time tell us to hate one another, one might almost think there is a coordinated effort to drum up outrage. And one would be right!”