In 2015 I sent a friend in the news media links to reports about rioting in Ferguson and Baltimore and added a one-sentence comment: "Donald Trump is the next president of the United States of America." This was not long after Trump had announced his run for the White House.
The friend thought my prediction was ridiculous. I didn't argue or even attempt to explain my reasoning.
Yet as those who've been following this blog will recall, I had almost nothing to say about Trump even after he won the Republican nomination and all through his campaign. And I mentioned the rioting maybe only a couple times. In fact I've had little to say about American politics during all the years of this blog.
However, I did go to some trouble to warn over the years, and starting in one post on the first day of this blog, that the American government had to halt its practice of staging phony democracy revolutions in other countries -- a practice with which George Soros was famously associated. Well, "famously" outside the USA.
On January 29 a blogger informed readers at the Right-leaning PJMedia, Soros Bankrolling Effort to Stop Trump’s Temporary Refugee Halt Order. He also bankrolled, often through cutouts, a great many protest movements in the USA, including Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter. And more than anyone, he orchestrated the 'Rainbow' coalition that put Obama in the White House.
So I would ask Republican readers at PJMedia how it feels now that the tight shoe is on your foot. You kept silent through all the years Soros and other operatives, including Rupert Murdoch, were working for NATO to install puppet governments in Eastern Europe. When challenged about this flagrant betrayal of democracy your only answer, when it wasn't outright denial, was that it was for a good cause.
As to Democrats, riddle me this: How is it that many American activist groups that claim to be anti-globalist accept donations from George Soros-funded initiatives? How is it that American media on both the Left and Right characterize Soros as a Leftist? That would be like describing Metternich as a democrat.
Yet because the U.S. doesn't have a viable 'Leftist' political party, it's no surprise that the manufactured trouble keeps falling back on the Democratic Party, to the point where there's now a real question whether the party will survive.
All the above is another way of saying that while the wheels of justice may grind slowly, they grind exceedingly fine.
How many warnings do Americans need before they stop supporting policies that treat peoples in other countries like chess pieces? One day the warnings will cease. Then it will be too late.
Have a nice day.