Is Trump really at risk of a coup d'état?

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Offline Thomas Key

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Is Trump really at risk of a coup d'état?
« on: August 04, 2017, 04:00:15 AM »
I don't know of course - but let us assume for this article he is and what should he do IF that was true?

Do you think every President gets the "talk" when elected and is shown different angles of Kennedy's assassination - that no one else has seen? and then later told that if you step out of line this is what will happen to you and the people will be told (or sold) a much different story. 

If that is the case - and who the heck knows - what would your strategy be - to play 4 dimensional chess, give in and get what you can, fight back and take the risks, sell out - something else? 

Let us say one would take the honorable "fight back" scenario - IMO the best thing to do, to play it safe (and be more effective) would be to have a very open administration, open source almost - where people can watch you streaming almost always - and have a press conference and more importantly townhalls w/ real people (uncensored) every single vigilant day - and try to engage and have a REAL dialogue with the people who are of and from all walks of life - to acknowledge them and stay in touch and out of the bubble.  Let this be an expectation from the American people - it would disrupt everything against you and put the magnifying glass on everyone and then run it right down the middle into and through the deep state or wherever the wicked ones are. 

Could Trump be taking another strategy or a combination?  either way the people to be effective need to push these politicians anyways and not take for granted their supposed keen senses or good will.  The biggest issue is war of course including the war on drugs and also IMO internet freedom and freedom in general and the monopoly media and power structures from politics (duopoly) to wherever there is a lack of competition there is also a lack of substance.

Offline Al Bundy

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Re: Is Trump really at risk of a coup d'état?
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2017, 08:24:38 AM »
I don't know of course - but let us assume for this article he is and what should he do IF that was true?

Do you think every President gets the "talk" when elected and is shown different angles of Kennedy's assassination - that no one else has seen? and then later told that if you step out of line this is what will happen to you and the people will be told (or sold) a much different story. 

If that is the case - and who the heck knows - what would your strategy be - to play 4 dimensional chess, give in and get what you can, fight back and take the risks, sell out - something else? 

Let us say one would take the honorable "fight back" scenario - IMO the best thing to do, to play it safe (and be more effective) would be to have a very open administration, open source almost - where people can watch you streaming almost always - and have a press conference and more importantly townhalls w/ real people (uncensored) every single vigilant day - and try to engage and have a REAL dialogue with the people who are of and from all walks of life - to acknowledge them and stay in touch and out of the bubble.  Let this be an expectation from the American people - it would disrupt everything against you and put the magnifying glass on everyone and then run it right down the middle into and through the deep state or wherever the wicked ones are. 

Could Trump be taking another strategy or a combination?  either way the people to be effective need to push these politicians anyways and not take for granted their supposed keen senses or good will.  The biggest issue is war of course including the war on drugs and also IMO internet freedom and freedom in general and the monopoly media and power structures from politics (duopoly) to wherever there is a lack of competition there is also a lack of substance.

Why should US President Trump will be assassinate ? Trump just signed bill which approve sanctions against Russia. Mazbe Impeachment because "Deep State " controls US Congress. MSM are against Trump.

Offline SMatthews

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Re: Is Trump really at risk of a coup d'état?
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2017, 12:56:18 PM »
I don't know of course - but let us assume for this article he is and what should he do IF that was true?

Do you think every President gets the "talk" when elected and is shown different angles of Kennedy's assassination - that no one else has seen? and then later told that if you step out of line this is what will happen to you and the people will be told (or sold) a much different story.
It's a good question. How do they get you to play ball, and how do you fight back?

To get them to submit, I would assume they tell a person they will not stop by killing them. Most of the Kennedy's are gone. It is pretty much a dead end genealogy (in terms of Sir names of its most prominent descendent's lines).

Imagine if you will, they sit down the leader of a nation and tell them, "A legacy can be destroyed with a big lie told often enough. A man can be destroyed by a bullet, poison, an explosion. People could know how they died, or another lie could take care of the facts. And a family can be destroyed just the same as a man. One by one. Over 20 years. 50 years. Time can be taken. People can wait until the perfect moment. And in the blink of an eye... just a few decades, everyone you ever loved will be gone. Your legacy, your lineage, and you. All gone. And no one. NO ONE. Will ever really know."

Give a speech like that to a man. Any man. And I am not sure what they really can do besides what they're told. When they have to, they do what they're instructed to do. And when they can get away with it, they can do what they want through the appearance of stumbling and making mistakes. You would have to work in the shadow of your own self-imposed "foolishness". It would be a life of compromise and fear.

If you ever told anyone the truth... well it seems a little far-fetched don't you think. Truth is stranger than fiction. A live stream doesn't get watched by everyone. How many confirmed conspiracy plots have become public record, and still no one talks about them? Even in the face of the confirmed truth, when everyone admits what really happened, you can't call the lie back. You can't deprogram the people.

Those are hard calls to make. You are taking more than your own life into your hands. And if you try to break the grand illusion, you would most likely fail. You would die. Everyone you care about would die. And the truth would die too.

I would not want to live a life like that. That's for sure.