Baugh: Differential Trump Analysis


Is he, or isn’t he?

Time will tell.

12 responses to “Baugh: Differential Trump Analysis

  1. Centurion_Cornelius

    Yep–only time will tell. Age and experience always bests youth and strength.

    Over the years this I have learned: “Much of life is about waiting.”

    • Youth and skill are no match for old age and treachery.

      • Ya that right there GrandPa, payback is a bitch best served with suitable maturity and keen hard won wisdom.
        I been grinding my hatchet to scalpel sharp edge biding my time through the years.

    • Looks like us bitter old clingers don’t have to wait. Looks like the dirt people over in Italy just voted The Big Fuck You.

      They say the Euro faction of the globalists go bankrupt in two weeks in the biggest financial Armageddon imaginable if Italy goes Brexit.

  2. Great analysis. I remain skeptical as the last guy to get clever in that office was the recipient of the “high velocity medal of freedom”. I think Trump is quite clever but willing to die for me in a presidential foxhole? Don’t think so. Would love to be wrong.

  3. patience is a virtue.

  4. We ain’t got no problem. Go back in there, Chill those altRighters out and wait for the TRUMP, who should be inaugurated directly.

  5. Being I came up with the acronym TINVOWOOT and Trump Is The Great Fuck You, I want to share one of my sources of why I came up with those things. I think it is absolutely relevant to what Tom is exposing, a truth we all must hear and understand.
    Where the fundamental thing here is “There Is No Voting Our Way Out Of This”
    TINVOWOOT is not a cop out by any stretch of the imagination, it is looking the beast in the eye and understanding the fundamental nature of the dangers and tribulations we face if we are to have and secure the blessings of liberty. And acting to secure those blessings. Because if nothing else those blessings are our legacy, they belong to us dirt people, they are our responsibility.
    Sure Trump is a manifestation of The Great Fuck You, yet Trump is small potatoes to the latent motive power us dirt people got within us if we so choose. Latent motive power so great, it is the most powerful weapon devised by man, so great many of us have difficulty understanding it from it’s humble grass roots origins. That potential has been systematically, deliberately hidden from our collective knowledge, a history revised, with malicious intent to disarm us of our self determination, remove us from our power of consent, bred out of us to turn us from men into mice. And voting as it has been permitted to us by a ruling statist quo was intended to keep us from voting our way out of their power and rule of our souls. In truth, so that we would blissfully vote our way into the clutches of their power.

    Al Benson Jr, wrote a sublime essay on Gary North’s master piece of outliers:
    ‘If Liberty Was the Object, Why Did They Give Us Centralism?’

    On North’s ‘CONSPIRACY IN PHILADELPHIA Origins of the United States Constitution’, Benson writes succinctly, and he speaks volumes, the stunning truth of the lies and treason, of Tom’s “Faithless Electors”:

    “The issue seemed clearer to some (but not all) in 1787. When the Constitution was presented for ratification in Virginia the issues were much better understood than they are today. Of course people back then had not had the dubious “benefit” of our government school system with its obfuscations and omittances regarding our history. It was pretty well understood in Virginia, as well as in other areas, that the issue was a strong federalism, or centralism, as opposed to a loose confederacy of state governments where states rights were to be the rule–the dreaded (by historians) Compact Theory!

    In his speeches against ratification Patrick Henry noted that the delegates in Philadelphia had overstepped their bounds in that they had not been sent there with power to create a central government, but only to amend the Articles of Confederation. However, in light of the results of that convention it does seem that some went with other motives in mind. Henry warned the Virginia delegates that they were not to consider how they could increase trade nor how they could become a great nation, but rather how their liberty could be secured. Henry said, and quite accurately, “…for liberty ought to be the direct end of your government.” He made another prescient statement in this regard when he said: “If you give too little power today, you may give more tomorrow. But the reverse of the proposition will not hold. If you give too much power today, you cannot retake it tomorrow, for tomorrow will never come for for that.” In light of the direction this government has gone in from 1787 until now, does any sane person wish to argue with Mr. Henry’s logic?…”

    “…Gary North wrote a book almost twenty years ago now called Political Polytheism which dealt with much of this. For starters he noted that: “…The Constitution removed Christian religious tests as the judicial requirement of the judges and officers of the new national government. That, in and of itself, delivered the republic into the hands of the humanists. Nothing else was necessary after that. From that point on the secularization of America was a mopping-up operation.” That’s a much different assessment than most of us have been fed regarding the Constitution, even in Christian circles, or might I say, especially in Christian circles?…”

    Benson’s insights are a stunning leap of thinking outside the official narrative. Just as Tom’s is about Faithless Electors. It’s truly dangerous thought crime. All the reason needed to give it due heed and justice. His blog is named “Revised History”, a most worthy title. Like Tom’s Starving The Monkey’s.

    In 1994 Valparaiso University Law Review published this acme work on the historical origins of the 2nd Amendment, reaching back to the Magna Carta and how it is inextricably linked to Hamilton’s federalists and to todays statist quo and their cultural marxism, their administrative tyranny, the Faithless Electors, who are usurpers, destroyers, back to the covenant that was the compact between the 13 States, and why up to this day that motive power and it’s liberty must be extinguished if the Fabian’s are to rule the Earth, because we dirt people, our primal sovereignty, stand in the way of that absolute power:


    Gary North’s CONSPIRACY IN PHILADELPHIA Origins of the United States Constitution is a serious outlier. It is prophetic in some truly fundamental ways. We are now witnessing, and part of, outliers contrary to everything the status quo impose upon us dirt people. The kind of outliers that successful revolutions that bring positive change are made of, grass roots and provincial outliers that revolt against statist power and influence. In ways very similar to the 1st American Revolution. At the very least these three pieces of work tie many things together, and tell a story of why the America of Patrick Henry and his Anti-Fedralists have been under attack since before ratification of The USC.

    A sublime essay on how the statist quo functions, germane to the above in the relative modern era, defines the two America’s that exist today. If you read these in the sequence given you get a sense of the timeline people and realities today, and a glimpse into where it is all heading. Probably the finest expose of the class structure of the America not of dirt people nation written.

    About the Corporate Slave Class

  6. Got a little flashback, quoting something someone
    “The Soul of this Nation, you can leave it to us”
    or something in that nature.

    “Every man to his family and his belongings”

  7. Boys face it, were to far down the rabbit hole monetarily to ever make it out. The reality is Trump only brought us some more time to dig a deeper fox hole, or stack higher, taller.