Encore of Revival: America, June 5, 2017

The facade of debating whether to do “good things” has run out of time. One of the best-kept secrets in American politics is that both Democrat and Republican voters support the same goals; their disagreement is about history. The Paris Agreement was as much about climate as the Affordable Care Act was about affordability or health care. They were only ever about dismantling America.

Trumpists in America did not and do not ever dissent on one, single selling point of laws that get rammed-through Congress—neither the Affordable Care Act nor the Paris Agreement, nor SOPA, PIPA, nor TPP for that matter. They objected to the foreseeable doom that snake oil being shilled by Charlatans would never deliver.

The political polarity’s axis in the United States is becoming apparent. We don’t have pro-democracy and pro-republic. We don’t have pro-labor and pro-business. We don’t have pro-growth and anti-growth. We don’t have anti-establishment and pro-establishment. We have pro-foundation and pro-facade.

As real, true, genuine steps begin to actually clean up the air and water and actually bring quality health care to more Americans, supporters of the old facade show their true colors—they never really wanted health care or clean air as much as the destruction of their own country.

But, people who love their country have what it takes to protect their country, which was why a facade was never really going to fool enough people. Even if James Bond stories were reality and Russia did install Trump, that would only have been possible because facade politics is failing.

The facade didn’t stop terrorism. The novices blame the current president mainly or the previous president at most. Few believe that decades of policy affect today. Everyone capitalizes and politicizes.

It’s hard to say no to anyone in times of trouble. Globalists call for globalism. Arms dealers call for arms. Lawmakers call for laws. Bankers call for investments. Builders call for infrastructure. Voters call for elections. Unpopular politicians call for elections to be suspended. A dying news industry makes more fake news.

And, there is no shortage of fake news. Terrorists blame the West and so do personalities in mass media. So far, no one has called for haters and fakers in the news to be “regulated”. The economy will do that all on its own.

‘Kushnergate’ is a big fat nothing-burger | NY Post

Angela Merkel says it was ‘right’ to confront Donald Trump over climate change | Independent

‘Atlanticist’ Merkel rams home frustration with Trump after summits | Yahoo – Reuters

MSNBC Wins Advertiser Demo in Weekday Prime in May | Variety

Fox News May Tap Heat Street Editor for Website | WSJ

‘I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris’: Trump to pull out of Paris climate agreement | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Then terror struck…

General Election disrupted by terrorism for second time within two weeks | Telegraph

SHOCK VIDEO: CNN Creates #FakeNews in London Following Terror Attacks, Stages Anti-ISIS Muslim Protesters | Gateway Pundit

Brain-eating CNN host calls Trump ‘piece of sh–’ | WND

British Prime Minister Calls For International Internet Regulations To Combat Terrorism [VIDEO] | Daily Caller

White House to ramp up infrastructure effort in coming days | The Hill

Arsenal jihadi ‘euphoric’ hours before murdering seven as he asked a neighbour about hiring a van… | Daily Mail

Trump assails London mayor’s terror attack response; Sadiq Khan spokesman hits back at president’s ‘ill-informed’ tweet | Yahoo News