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Trump Derangement Syndrome By Charles Taylor

     This item is important because it shows the bias and perpetuation of “false news” by the mainstream media, in this case the New York Times, against President Trump:

“Jill Abramson, the former executive editor of the far-left New York Times, the same triggered loon who carries an Obama doll in her purse to “comfort” her wounded soul in Trump’s America, is accusing the Times of being a gang of money-hungry hacks who have sold their souls to the anti-Trump Resistance. Howard Kurtz at Fox News reports that in her upcoming book,  Merchants of Truth, Abramson blasts away at her successor, Dean Baquet. “Though Baquet said publicly he didn’t want the Times to be the opposition party, his news pages were unmistakably anti-Trump,” Abramson writes. “Some headlines contained raw opinion, as did some of the stories that were labelled as news analysis.”

     It is good that elites high up the food chain are admitting a truth that anyone reviewing the black magic of news reporting knows.  The Australian press are no different, with alleged news item simply shading into journalistic option, given largely globalist biases. There are only a few critical thinkers, such as Andrew Bolt, who continues to deliver hard hitting material, and based on common sense too. Thus, Bolt sees the people of the West in revolt, because of the ill-effects of globalism imposed upon them:

“Across the west, the politicians are losing control of the people. Five weeks of violent riots in France against President Emmanuel Macron are just the most extreme example. But look also at Britain, with the Prime Minister discredited. Germany, with a Chancellor forced to announce she’ll step down. The United States, a political circus. Look even at Australia, with public disgust growing after the sacking of four elected Prime Ministers in eight years — three of those PMs crippled after pushing their global warming agenda too hard. Different countries, different causes. But there are also similarities: communities have fragmented, authority is collapsing and tribalism growing. More startling, the political class has got drunk on its internationalism, making more citizens feel that their homes are under threat — and precisely from those meant to represent them. Result: weak leaders facing near-revolutions.”

     Here is something that most of our politicians are lacking: a healthy and robust sense of common wisdom. Our political elite are oblivious to the perfect storm blowing their way.



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