You’re Angry, But Don’t Blame Donald Trump

You’re Angry, But Don’t Blame Donald Trump

There’re three main powers in this world:

  1. The immediate public face, e.g. President Donald Trump and the US government
  2. The secret power behind the throne, i.e. the Jesuits
  3. The extraterrestrial power that guides the Jesuits

Americans are especially angry at Donald Trump and his so-called policies.

How can this be, given he is but a mere puppet of the real power, not to mention an overblown cartoon character who is merely playing a role in a grand performance?

It is easy (and lazy) to throw stones at the most readily available target, which is always some power directly in the public eye.

In fact, it’s too easy . . . and solves nothing, except to temporarily relieve Americans of their anxiety.

A crucial purpose of any public face is to attract and absorb blows from the populace, and that’s exactly what Trump does.

Are you ready to learn and absorb these facts?

If so, please begin with two short books, Who Really Owns Your Gold, Fourth Ed. and Romanic Depression (Book One), both available on Amazon.

In the least, you will begin to realize your true intended target and take steps to adjust your aim, i.e. way of thinking and acting when you’re confronted with significant changes in America’s political system, economy, etc.

Until you understand who the true power is, you will continue to be frustrated at the system and waste your breath on public faces of power, not the actual entity that runs roughshod over all of us.

What’s more, if you feel better after blasting Trump, then you’ve truly squandered your precious energy.