70 Nobel Laureates Endorse Hillary Clinton … A group of the world’s leading experts in science, medicine and economics threw their support behind Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, endorsing the Democratic presidential candidate and arguing that her election is crucial for safeguarding freedom and preserving a constitutional government.
The Nobel Prize long ago turned into a meme that reinforces specific elite propaganda points. And this endorsement, see above, must inevitably drain credibility from the prize and those who win it.
Tens of millions in the US are anti-Hillary and thus yet another elite structure erected over decades at great cost is brought into question.
The Clinton presidential campaign has inflicted chaos on US society and continues to do so.
It is evident to a majority of US citizens that the FBI lied to cover up Hillary Clinton’s use of private technology to capture and control classified emails.
It is evident to a vast minority, or even a majority of US citizens, that US media harbors an intense Clinton bias.
It is evident to tens of millions of GOP supporters, that the Republican Party itself does not properly represent voters that self-identify with the party.
Thus Hillary’s presidential campaign has undermined the credibility of many facets of US society.
And now the Nobel itself is being drawn into this quagmire.
The forceful endorsement came in a letter signed by 70 Nobel laureates hailing from a variety of fields and making the case that Mrs. Clinton is the candidate who best understands the importance of investing in science and technology at a time when the world faces challenges on several fronts.
… “We need a president who will support and advance policies that will enable science and technology to flourish in our country and to provide the basis of important policy decisions,” they wrote.
Such a ringing endorsement of Hillary Clinton is questionable on numerous fronts, given her background and legitimate questions swirling around her and her husband.
The biggest issue is the Clinton Foundation itself. It is increasingly obvious that the Foundation receives donations in return for the exercise of Clinton influence over the federal government.
Also, Hillary is in bad health, though the full details are not known. It is perfectly possible that she may not survive her term in office, or not as a fully functional president.
Finally, there are questions about Hillary’s personality and how she treats other people. Plenty of evidence and testimony has emerged that she is exceptionally volatile and loses control when angered.
This informal Nobel endorsement surely undermines Nobel credibility, already reduced by such rushed actions as awarding the peace prize to Barack Obama. In fact, it has been our point over the past year that the Hillary presidential campaign is actually intended to continue the larger undermining of US society.
Hillary’s ill health was well known long before she ran for president again. The chaos surrounding her campaign and personal well-being is not an accident in our view.
In fact, an honest evaluation of what is taking place would likely conclude that ramifications are intended.
Elite memes are not meant to be inviolable. They are tools that are modified as necessary. And it is obviously time now for many of these memes to be undermined by those who have constructed them.
Additional chaos is coming. Many areas of American – and European – life are being undermined and certainties are being called into question publicly.
This is surely not an accident. What we are observing clearly is that elite domination is sustained and advanced using two main tools, economic depression and military confrontation.
The idea is to attack the underlying homogeneity of culture that holds a society together. In Europe, this attack has taken place via forced immigration. In the US, the presidential campaign itself is being used to crack the culture.
If we are correct, cultural undermining in both the US and Europe will continue and expand. What has been built up will be torn down to create a climate of fear and uncertainty that can lay the groundwork for increased globalization.
Conclusion: The goal is world government and the credibility of elite paradigms such as the Nobel Prize will be sacrificed in its pursuit.