STAFF NEWS & ANALYSIS
Hillary’s ‘Historic Win’ Makes Things Worse, Not Better  
By Daily Bell Staff - June 09, 2016

How Hillary Clinton’s historic win changes the game for girls … So many girls for so long were told — overtly and subtly — what they could and could not be … Regardless of party persuasion, Hillary Clinton’s victory is the definition of historic: She became the first female presidential nominee of a major political party. -CNN

Portions of the mainstream media are celebrating Hillary’s apparent winning of the Democratic presidential nomination.

Hillary may still be indicted and have to give up the nomination but the FBI’s slowness in investigating her email scandal (and bringing charges) has made it harder to remove her.

She is now the presumptive nominee of the Democratic party. She is no longer a candidate.

Removing her would be a historical first and would have a tremendous resonance, beyond what it would have had previously.

She still may be indicted. She still may have to step down. But this looks at least a little bit less likely now.

Certainly Hillary and her supporters would claim that she was being attacked for her gender, not for her actions.

And the “historic” nature of her current position would lend some credence to that accusation, even though fundamentally there would be no truth to it.

There is, in fact, no meaningful truth to any positive claims regarding Hillary’s victory.

The woman’s movement itself is divisive. There’s plenty of evidence that it was promulgated by the same elite banking fraternity that has created other divisive social movements.

The idea is always to divide, manipulate and conquer.

We can see – and have reported on – the paradigm that is being readied in the 21st century. It is one that emphasizes corporatism and elevates multinational companies above nation states.

These multinationals and their affiliates will be dominated by technocrats, men and women of facile intellect who have proven adept at mastering modern, academic curricula.

The technocratic paradigm is a utilitarian one. It includes, especially, the use of local and regional wars to expand power.

The paradigm is built on lies. The structure of authority is created by dominant social themes – propaganda emphasizing scarcity and the necessity for large regulatory enterprises – to construct solutions.

Problems include global warming, terrorism and economic malfunction. But humans are not responsible for global warming, if it exists.

The war on terror is basically an invention of Western intelligence organizations such as the CIA, Mossad and MI6.

The current “greater depression” is directly attributable to the world’s monopoly central banking economy and its endless, ruinous debasement of currency.

Hillary Clinton, and people like her, are enablers.

Her assumption of the office of presidency, if it occurs, will take place because she can be counted on to support the current agenda.

Her reign will feature more wars, more economic ruin and a continued draining away of Western power and prosperity.

She will enhance globalism.  She will continue to destroy Western civilization.

Those who support her are supporting the further destruction of their families, their children’s future and their culture.

Hillary, if made president, will continue Obama’s policies. And Obama himself is a globalist.

There are many personal and professional accusations that can be leveled at Hillary and her husband. These range from murder and rape to Libyan and Syrian genocide.

But the personal issues, bad as they may be, are not nearly so important as her agenda.

She is a believer in international regulatory authority and in using violence in order to achieve “one world” goals.  The result of the currently planned globalism is to be the further implementation of fascist authoritarianism ending in genocide.

The famous Georgia Guidestones indicate that the ideal population worldwide is in the area of 500 million. That means billions must be removed.

Conclusion: Hillary becoming president? There will be more wars, less economic prosperity and the gradual, continual erosion of freedom and further blossoming of fascism. And then worse and worse …

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  • Praetor

    The truth be told! 500 million, the elites have numbered themselves. Smooth move for people of such high intelligent. 500 million in control of 6.5 billion plus.

    I remember something I read. It was about the Chinese and having a war in China. You invade the nation and begin eliminating all the war waging age individuals and by the time you have eliminated all those individuals, their child would have become war waging age, and on it would go never ending war, just to eliminate the Chinese citizens. That is just the Chinese, not the rest of the worlds population. Of course that was conventional warfare.

    Impossible to do, except. A friend said, No, to this, and said just make a virus with no known cure. Except there is a cure and the elites are the only ones who have it. What is always left out of these scenarios, Human Action of free and liberated peoples. In other words. The elimination of billions of people is a daunting task.

    They would be better off spending their money and going to Mars and leave their troubles behind!!!

    • There is no virus in the world that could wipe out 6.5 billion people. It would mutate long before that happened.

      • knifemare69

        Which is why the pentagram-I mean pentagon has been working on viral weapons that attack specific genetic markers, so they can deploy a number of those weapons with overlap to make sure they kill everybody…

      • Praetor

        Agreed! That’s my point!!

    • Blank Reg

      The trouble with Mars is that they will have a great time among their own kind…people often of extreme intellect and passion…for the first generation or two…but then they will suffer what all populations do…Regression to the Mean. And it all starts over again.

  • Spectre

    Hillary Clinton says US need to secure borders, and illegals should be deported
    https://youtu.be/_uXJ1mgkyF0

  • Bruce C.

    Reading between the lines one can see tell that the DB doesn’t like the idea of a Hillary Clinton Presidency. I tend to agree. In fact, one of the most ironic things about this is that she represents and will enable – if not outright support – such horrendous things that it’s hard to communicate that without sounding hysterical.

    It’s like a lie so big that no one can grasp it or believe it. Women who support her make me wonder if their suffrage really will be the end of us all. “Fortunately” there are millions of “Bernie voters” who somehow have the sense to revile her too, and I suspect most will end up voting for Trump, so I don’t think she’ll win but this election is becoming intense and maybe even deadly serious.

    • Reading between the lines?

      • Steven Hotho

        Yes, I thought the same thing.
        This weeks’ orgy of Clinton adulation is instructive for what will surely be a veritable barrage of hate for Trump. I don’t know, maybe he deserves it. It’s hard to believe that he’s really serious about this. Maybe he’s part of the “fix” that’s been prepared by and for the Clintons. Anyway, it’s hard for me to see how she loses; but, I would go further and say that the next four years will be almost impossible to govern and she will probably be a one term president. The consequences of the Trump and Sanders phenomena will persist and strengthen.

  • Deplorable Donna

    Simple, correct and comprehensive article. Too bad the brain-dead sycophants that will vote for her are mentally incapable of grasping even the most basic logic of how corrupt, criminal and damaging this woman is.

  • Ralph

    Spot on. Too bad the guys at National Review can’t grasp the issues.

    • Bruce C.

      Not to mention the possibility of hearing her laughter for 4 years. Hopefully Trump will bring that up.

      Don’t laugh. It would probably work.

  • marcsanders

    I think we’re finally seeing that those so-called conservatives at the National Review, and others of that ilk, actually want business as usual. You have to decide: Are they really so stupid that they can’t see what is so obvious to us, or are they on board the Global Train, and find that pretending to be conservative will help them to bring it about. Look at Grover Norquist, the Islam Whisperer. He’s a classic example. I’m afraid this hole goes deeper than we know. This election isn’t about Republican or Democrat. It’s about survival. We don’t need any so-called conservatives. We need patriots. These Kristol / Romney types are not patriots.

    • Paul_Morphy

      You are correct. I’m expecting them to delete your post in short order.

  • Ideas Time

    This is HUGE and I hope Trump knows this information.

    Bernie Sanders Wins California Landslide
    BUT
    2/3 of his Votes Aren’t Counted
    (VIDEO)
    http://justicegazette.org/bern

  • Benjamin Titshaw

    I need an escape plan and fast! I’m afraid she’s going to be the next prez right in time for the next financial collapse. Dark days ahead…

  • JosephConrad

    OBAMA HAS THOROUGHLY CORRUPTED THE ‘FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT’ CRAP.
    KILLARY HAS DONE FAR WORSE WITH ‘FIRST FEMALE’ CRAP.

    THEY’RE DEPRAVED, DESPICABLE MEMBERS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE GROUPS
    UNWORTHY OF ANY ACCOLADES FOR THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENT.

  • alanwhite1000

    I expect that the truth will win in the end, and her greedy thirst for power will be stopped

  • Pilgrim

    Don’t hold back ‘Daily Bell Staff’, tell us what you really think.

    Nobody can say you guys beat around the bush. Talk about using the truth as a blackjack. Anybody who doesn’t understand what you guys are trying to say is unconscious.

  • Demonocracy

    Here’s whats in store for 2016 with Hitlery at the wheel.

    More surveillance. The surveillance state is alive and well and kicking privacy to shreds in America. Whether you’re walking through a store, driving your car, checking email, or talking to friends and family on the phone, you can be sure that some government agency, whether the NSA or some other entity, will still be listening in and tracking your behavior. This doesn’t even begin to touch on the corporate trackers that monitor your purchases, web browsing, Facebook posts and other activities taking place in the cyber sphere. We are now in a state of transition with the police state shifting into high-gear under the auspices of the surveillance state. In such an environment, we are all suspects to be spied on, searched, scanned, frisked, monitored, tracked and treated as if we’re potentially guilty of some wrongdoing or other. Even our homes provide little protection against government intrusions. Police agencies, already empowered to crash through your door if they suspect you’re up to no good, now have radars that allow them to “see” through the walls of your home.

    More militarized police. In early America, government agents were not permitted to enter one’s home without permission or in a deceitful manner. And citizens could resist arrest when a police officer tried to restrain them without proper justification or a warrant. Daring to dispute a warrant with a police official today who is armed with high-tech military weapons would be nothing short of suicidal. Moreover, as police forces across the country continue to be transformed into extensions of the military, Americans are finding their once-peaceful communities transformed into military outposts, complete with tanks, weaponry, and other equipment designed for the battlefield. Having already transformed local police into extensions of the military, now the Department of Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the FBI are preparing to turn the nation’s police officers into techno-warriors, complete with iris scanners, body scanners, thermal imaging Doppler radar devices, facial recognition programs, license plate readers, cell phone Stingray devices and so much more.

    More police shootings of unarmed citizens. Owing in large part to the militarization of local law enforcement agencies, not a week goes by without more reports of hair-raising incidents by police imbued with a take-no-prisoners attitude and a battlefield approach to the communities in which they serve.

    More so-called “terrorist” attacks. Despite the government’s endless propaganda about the threat of terrorism and even in the wake of the shootings in San Bernardino and Paris, statistics show that you are 17,600 times more likely to die from heart disease than from a terrorist attack. You are 11,000 times more likely to die from an airplane accident than from a terrorist plot involving an airplane. You are 1,048 times more likely to die from a car accident than a terrorist attack. You are 404 times more likely to die in a fall than from a terrorist attack. And you are 8 times more likely to be killed by a police officer than by a terrorist.

    More costly wars. The military industrial complex that has advocated that the U.S. remain at war, year after year, is the very entity that will continue to profit the most from America’s expanding military empire. The U.S. Department of Defense is the world’s largest employer, with more than 3.2 million employees. Thus far, the U.S. taxpayer has been made to shell out more than $1.6 trillion to wage wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. When you add in our military efforts in Pakistan, as well as the lifetime price of health care for disabled veterans and interest on the national debt, that cost rises to $4.4 trillion.

    More attempts by the government to identify, target and punish so-called domestic “extremists.” In much the same way that the USA Patriot Act was used as a front to advance the surveillance state, the government’s anti-extremism program will, in many cases, be utilized to render otherwise lawful, nonviolent activities as potentially extremist. To this end, police will identify, monitor and deter individuals who exhibit, express or engage in anything that could be construed as extremist before they can become actual threats. This is pre-crime on an ideological scale and it’s been a long time coming. Moreover, under the guise of fighting violent extremism “in all of its forms and manifestations” in cities and communities across the world, the Obama administration has agreed to partner with the United Nations to take part in its Strong Cities Network program and hire a domestic extremism czar.

    More SWAT team raids. More than 80% of American communities have their own SWAT teams, with more than 80,000 of these paramilitary raids are carried out every year. That translates to more than 200 SWAT team raids every day in which police crash through doors, damage private property, kill citizens, terrorize adults and children alike, kill family pets, assault or shoot anyone that is perceived as threatening—and all in the pursuit of someone merely suspected of a crime, usually some small amount of drugs.

    More erosions of private property. Private property means little at a time when SWAT teams and other government agents can invade your home, break down your doors, kill your dog, wound or kill you, damage your furnishings and terrorize your family. Likewise, if government officials can fine and arrest you for growing vegetables in your front yard, praying with friends in your living room, installing solar panels on your roof, and raising chickens in your backyard, you’re no longer the owner of your property.

    More debt. Currently, the national debt is somewhere in the vicinity of a whopping $18.1 trillion and rising that our government owes to foreign countries, private corporations and its retirement programs. Not only is the U.S. the largest debtor nation in the world, but according to Forbes, “the amount of interest on the national debt is estimated to be accumulating at a rate of over one million dollars per minute.”

    More government contractors. Despite all the talk about big and small government, what we have been saddled with is a government that is outsourcing much of its work to high-paid contractors at great expense to the taxpayer and with no competition, little transparency and dubious savings. According to the Washington Post, “By some estimates, there are twice as many people doing government work under contract than there are government workers.” These open-ended contracts, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, “now account for anywhere between one quarter and one half of all federal service contracting.”

    More overcriminalization. The government’s tendency towards militarization and overcriminalization, in which routine, everyday behaviors become targets of regulation and prohibition, have resulted in Americans getting arrested for making and selling unpasteurized goat cheese, cultivating certain types of orchids, feeding a whale, holding Bible studies in their homes, and picking their kids up from school.

    More strip searches and the denigration of bodily integrity. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was intended to protect the citizenry from being subjected to “unreasonable searches and seizures” by government agents. While the literal purpose of the amendment is to protect our property and our bodies from unwarranted government intrusion, the moral intention behind it is to protect our human dignity. Unfortunately, court rulings undermining the Fourth Amendment and justifying invasive strip searches have left us powerless against police empowered to forcefully draw our blood, forcibly take our DNA, strip search us, and probe us intimately. Accounts are on the rise of individuals—men and women alike—being subjected to what is essentially government-sanctioned rape by police in the course of “routine” traffic stops.

    More injustice. Americans can no longer rely on the courts to mete out justice. The courts were established to intervene and protect the people against the government and its agents when they overstep their bounds. Yet the courts increasingly march in lockstep with the police state, while concerned themselves primarily with advancing the government’s agenda, no matter how unjust or illegal. As a result, Americans have no protection against police abuse. It is no longer unusual to hear about incidents in which police shoot unarmed individuals first and ask questions later. What is increasingly common, however, is the news that the officers involved in these incidents get off with little more than a slap on the hands.

    More drones. As corporations and government agencies alike prepare for their part in the coming drone invasion—it is expected that at least 30,000 drones will occupy U.S. airspace by 2020, ushering in a $30 billion per year industry—it won’t be long before American citizens who will be the target of these devices discover first-hand that drones—unmanned aerial vehicles—come in all shapes and sizes, from nano-sized drones as small as a grain of sand that can do everything from conducting surveillance to detonating explosive charges, to middle-sized copter drones that can deliver pizzas to massive “hunter/killer” Predator warships that unleash firepower from on high.

    More dumbed down, locked down public schools. Our schools have become training grounds for compliant citizens. Despite the fact that we spend more than most of the world on education ($115,000 per student), we rank 36th in the world when it comes to math, reading and science, far below most of our Asian counterparts. Even so, we continue to insist on standardized programs such as Common Core, which teach students to be test-takers rather than thinkers. Making matters worse is the heavy police presence in schools, which have become little more than quasi-prisons in which classrooms are locked down and kids as young as age 4 are being handcuffed for “acting up,” subjected to body searches, and suspended for childish behavior.

    More ignorance about our rights. Americans know little to nothing about their rights or how the government is supposed to operate. This includes educators and politicians. For example, 27 percent of elected officials cannot name even one right or freedom guaranteed by the First Amendment, while 54 percent do not know the Constitution gives Congress the power to declare war.

    More prisons. Our prisons, housing the largest number of inmates in the world and still growing, have become money-making enterprises for private corporations that manage the prisons in exchange for the states agreeing to maintain a 90% occupancy rate for at least 20 years. And how do you keep the prisons full? By passing laws aimed at increasing the prison population, including the imposition of life sentences on people who commit minor or nonviolent crimes such as siphoning gasoline. Little surprise, then, that the United States has 5% of the world’s population, but 25% of the world’s prisoners.

    More corruption. If there is any absolute maxim by which the federal government seems to operate, it is that the American taxpayer always gets ripped off. This is true, whether you’re talking about taxpayers being forced to fund high-priced weaponry that will be used against us, endless wars that do little for our safety or our freedoms, or bloated government agencies such as the National Security Agency with its secret budgets, covert agendas and clandestine activities. Rubbing salt in the wound, even monetary awards in lawsuits against government officials who are found guilty of wrongdoing are paid by the taxpayer.

    More censorship. First Amendment activities are being pummeled, punched, kicked, choked, chained and generally gagged all across the country. The reasons for such censorship vary widely from political correctness, safety concerns and bullying to national security and hate crimes but the end result remains the same: the complete eradication of what Benjamin Franklin referred to as the “principal pillar of a free government.” Free speech zones, bubble zones, trespass zones, anti-bullying legislation, zero tolerance policies, hate crime laws and a host of other legalistic maladies dreamed up by politicians and prosecutors have conspired to corrode our core freedoms. As a result, we are no longer a nation of constitutional purists for whom the Bill of Rights serves as the ultimate authority. We have litigated and legislated our way into a new governmental framework where the dictates of petty bureaucrats carry greater weight than the inalienable rights of the citizenry.

    More fascism. As a Princeton University survey indicates, our elected officials, especially those in the nation’s capital, represent the interests of the rich and powerful rather than the average citizen. We are no longer a representative republic. With Big Business and Big Government having fused into a corporate state, the president and his state counterparts—the governors, have become little more than CEOs of the Corporate State, which day by day is assuming more government control over our lives. Never before have average Americans had so little say in the workings of their government and even less access to their so-called representatives.

    More fear. We’re being fed a constant diet of fear, which has resulted in Americans adopting an “us” against “them” mindset that keeps us divided into factions, unable to reach consensus about anything and too distracted to notice the police state closing in on us. With Hillary at the wheel, it will be that the cars on fire and there’s no driver at the wheel.

    • Thanks. This is actually an excerpt from an article posted at ZeroHedge and submitted by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute,

      • Demonocracy

        I like good excerpts!!!!

        They increase my knowledge. Many things are worth repeating!!

        • Demonocracy

          And why is that wrong?

          • You have to be careful of copyright.

          • Demonocracy

            Oh sorry, I wasn’t sure where it came from someone sent it in an email.

          • You can use our stuff anytime. Just let people know where it came from …

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