‘Take that order and throw it the hell out’: Trump reportedly rails against campaign staff for telling surrogates to stop attacking judge … Donald Trump advised prominent campaign surrogates to go after journalists who ask questions about a Trump University lawsuit and encouraged them to defend him against criticism of his comments about the US district judge presiding over the case. – AOL
Donald Trump is facing two fraud lawsuits over a for-profit real-estate school that supposedly didn’t provide appropriate services.
The case currently is being presided over by US District Judge Gonzalo Curiel.
Supposedly, Curiel has indeterminate linkages to La Raza, a Mexican-based rights group that wants a large part of the Western US returned to Mexico, or at least turned into an independent country.
Some media reports have denied a direct linkage. But alternative media outlets like WorldNetDaily have made the case for a broader linkage.
Trump has objected to Curiel’s continued presence on his case, and his statements regarding Curiel being “Mexican” have caused considerable controversy.
The GOP presidential nominee has been pilloried as “racist” for his observations regarding Curiel.
The fundamental issue is once again Mexico versus America and how the two countries can put aside differences and exist harmoniously.
Right now, however, there is no harmony.
We told you so.
We’ve written a number of articles stating that the subtext of the Trump campaign is much larger than “immigration versus a wall.”
The Trump campaign has surely reignited the controversy surrounding the so-called North American Union.
This was an elite plan to create a North American Union comprising the US, Canada and Mexico.
We suggested some three months ago that the Trump campaign would unite pro-Hispanic forces and put the North American Union back in play.
Our first article on the subject, posted March 14, was entitled, Trump and ’60s Propaganda: Strategy to Launch North American Union?
Then only a few days later, we learned that George Soros had funded a large anti-Trump coalition that supposedly presented a Hispanic point of view.
We wrote about this on March 16 in a post entitled, Broadening the Race War? Soros Creates Anti-Trump Pro-‘Illegals’ Super Pac.
On May 4, we posted an article entitled, Trump Irony: Candidacy May Unify U.S. with Mexico
Then on May 14, we followed with an article entitled, As Predicted, Trump’s harsh Rhetoric Reignites Mexican-American Embrace
In this last article, we pointed out the following:
The idea of merging Mexico, America and Canada into one large region sharing political and regulatory oversight subsided a few years ago because of determined and angry opposition in the US. Highways between Canada and Mexico intended to bisect the US and further ruin the national economy are still being built. But their construction is surreptitious and indirect. But Trump has set the debate in motion again. It has been reignited just as we feared.
Before a solution can be presented, the issue must be resuscitated and the arguments reheated.
This is what’s going on now.
Our prediction, whether Trump wins or not, is that there will be advances made toward a union.
Too often it works that way in this weary, modern world.
Thesis, antithesis, synthesis. The synthesis is a union.
That’s our take as observers of elite propaganda. The dominant social themes that run the world.
We still have no idea if Trump is complicit. It could be that he is simply being used.
One can also make the case that he is aware of what’s going and doesn’t care. He may believe that the current, evolving polarization is necessary to “make America great again.”
He is willing to fight to promote his vision of a renewed US republic.
Certainly, he seems to have a point regarding the judge presiding over his case.
According to Trump, the lawyers who brought the class-action lawsuit against him used a young woman who turned out to be a bad witness.
But instead of throwing out the case, the judge allowed another witness to be introduced.
Trump wants the judge off the case. This is not unusual.
More from AOL:
The billionaire real-estate mogul has said that the Indiana-born Curiel’s ethnic background creates an “inherent conflict of interest” because Trump has promised to build a wall along the US-Mexico border and deport immigrants who are in the country illegally.
… Trump also reportedly told his supporters to attack journalists who inquire about Curiel and the lawsuit. He’s been beset by accusations of racism in recent days because he has questioned whether Curiel’s ethnicity disqualifies him from handling the Trump University cases.
Trump reportedly advised going after journalists and suggested that they were the racially influenced party for questioning his comments about Curiel, according to Bloomberg.
The larger issue has to do with the way Mexico and the US related to each other. We’ve predicted the current polarization and believe it is part of a much deeper process.
Conclusion: The banking elites trying to create an ever-closer globalism never give up. The Trump campaign may indeed be about “making American great again.” But on a fundamental level, it may be about whether the United States will survive at all.