Is it fair to call MAGA neocon lite, or possibly MAGAcons?
Donald Trump is no different than his predecessors. During the campaign, he said whatever he had to in order to get elected. He promised to close down the neocon foreign wars and also fight the “deep state” by draining the swamp.
An Arizona Republican thinks she can get Trump’s wall built by imposing a tax on folks who look at porn on the web.
It’s said the younger generations are in favor of socialism and are gladdened—amidst the daily deluge of Trump trashing by the corporate media—by the efforts of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to push her “Green New Deal,” a socialist plan masquerading under cover of saving the planet from the threat of air-conditioning, central heating, and trips to Walmart in the family car.
Prior to the 2018 midterm election, I speculated a Democrat-controlled House would result in hearings targeting “hate groups,” that is to say anybody on the “right” who challenges official narratives, otherwise known as “conspiracy theories.”
The French government, led by the former investment banker Emmanuel Macron, is desperately trying to discredit the Yellow Vest movement. The violence and looting headlined by the propaganda media—much of it by Black Bloc-styled “anarchists” that now routinely act as provocateurs for the state—is being used to make protests illegal, thus allowing the police to use extraordinary measures to shut down the movement.
If Donald Trump wants a wall on the border, maybe he can ask Sheldon Adelson to chip in to pay for it. Adelson knows all about walls. His people in Israel built one to keep the Palestinians in their ghettos.