Nine Reasons Why It Doesn’t Matter Who Is President

TrumpBClintonThe recent presidential nominations in the U.S. reflect the inability of Americans to understand and drive political change. Those nominations also demonstrate why it no longer matters who is nominated because candidates who make it this far don’t actually challenge the status quo. For example, here are nine important facts that all such candidates avoid.

  1. In videos once held secret by the U.S. government, firefighters told us that there were explosives in the WTC buildings.
  1. Survivors and first responders also told us that there were explosives in the WTC buildings.
  1. Everyone who sees WTC 7 fall knows it looks like a demolition.
  1. The government reports on the WTC destruction were false and unscientific.
  1. The U.S. government was later forced to admit that WTC 7 was in free-fall.
  1. Citizen scientists have published peer-reviewed articles showing that incendiary materials were present during the destruction of the WTC buildings. Such articles can be found here, and here, and here, and here. No one has been able to dismiss that research or the evidence supporting it.
  1. Thousands of degreed and licensed building professionals have seen the evidence and risked their careers in calling for a new investigation.
  1. There has been no response to the seven facts listed above from the government, academia, or law enforcement.
  1. None of the presidential candidates, or the current president, will say anything about the facts listed above.

If nearly 3,000 people can be murdered in a terrorist event and no one cares how it happened or who did it, then it does not matter who is president. Americans will not remain safe or free by pandering to superficial differences between oligarchs while ignoring real threats to freedom and social consciousness.

Kevin Ryan blogs at Dig Within.

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  • Marv Sannes

    Neither party discusses America’s longest war: 15th yr. at war with the world’s 5th poorest country, 6 permanent bases in Afghanistan, $100 billion a year. KDH is the busiest airport in the world, 5,000 flight a day, 200 shipping containers leave every day. What are they shipping? Where does it go? And why does neither party talk about the waste of $100 billion a year? This was would pay the college tuition of every kid in America and would house the 1,000,000 public school kids homeless in America this morning.

    • MrLiberty

      How do you think you ship all the opium out of the country? The CIA doesn’t control the poppy fields for nothing you know.

    • JM

      Your point is well taken, but where did you get the statistics on KDH? It is hard to verify.

      • Marv Sannes

        Michael Hastings: “The Operators” pg. 249

  • jadan

    Your examples demonstrate that It matters very much who is president. No candidate who does not follow orders will be permitted in that office. A leader with a backbone, JFK, for example will be killed if he decides he really will be commander in chief and set the agenda. The CIA was aghast when Jesse Ventura got himself elected in Minnesota. The secret government is afraid that Trump may slip into the Oval Office. He’s OK on the terror issue and 911, but he’s resisting the party line on Russia. That’s a big no-no.

  • rooibos

    Thanks for this ….. our only hope is perhaps a collapse … economic, resource depletion, climate catastrophe, etc., to ‘reset’ what remains of humanity. Thin gruel, but…

  • MrLiberty

    I would say that the list of 43 US presidents (counting Grover Cleveland only once) clearly shows that it doesn’t matter. With a few minor exceptions, liberty was lost, freedom was lost, currency was devalued, debt was accumulated, unnecessary wars were fought, government size increased, government power increased, and overall, the nation was worse off when they left office than when they entered office.

    • cstahnke

      I don’t agree–Presidents before Kennedy were a mixed bag–some where pretty good and cared, some were dominated by various combines but usually not completely and all were human and fallible,–but since 1963 there has been no legitimate President that we know for sure.

      • MrLiberty

        I gave room for “a few exceptions” and my criteria was lost liberties and freedoms and growth of government power and debt. I have no problem with JFK onward, but I would actually say FDR onward but I stand by my criteria for all before that. Human fallibility doesn’t excuse their behavior in office or the general trend “downward.”

        • Enigma0

          From Woodrow Wilson forward, for the modern era. He of that ’16th Amendment’ (never legally ratified) income tax. Which enabled gradually building databases on Americans, ones containing names, home addresses, business addresses, family members, associations, affinities (both fraternal and religious), charity names, and so much more inferential metadata.

          He of the Federal Reserve, which is actually neither federal nor a reserve. Which enabled a fiat currency later installed by FDR and Nixon. Which has robbed Americans of most of their income via inflation.

          He of WW1, which set the stage for a PTSD Hitler impelled by a vengeful Versailles ‘treaty’.

          Hard to say which was the most monstrous of the US presidents. Lincoln, with his 650,000 dead Americans, which forced ‘unification’ then allowed imperialism to flow west and then offshore to the Philippines, via McKinley’s regime. Or that evil fool Wilson. Or that arrogant scumbag FDR, his 16 years of misrule, and his napalming cities filled with children, women, and other civilians. Or that scumbag Falseman, who immolated two entire cities just to scare Stalin.

          God damn them all.

      • ICFubar

        FDR would disagree with you, and I quote : “The real truth of the matter is, as you and I both know, that a financial element in the large centers has owned the government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson” – FDR, in a letter to Colonel House dated Nov. 21,1933.

        Only pressure from the people, at a level sufficient enough to garner attention and action from the government has brought about reform or legislation that benefits the people.

        • MrLiberty

          Not sure I understand the point you are trying to make about FDR. Indeed, I have read this quote before, but this is the same guy who only one year later, seized all of the gold in the hands of America and then revalued the gold (based on a price he came up with over breakfast) thus defaulting on our obligations and screwing every American and every foreign gold holder to the tune of nearly 70% (20.67 to 35 an ounce). And this was a “man of the people?”

          • ICFubar

            You stated “some were pretty good and cared, some were dominated by various combines but usually not completely….” Have you ever read Zinn’s History of the American People as a primer?

            My point, and FDR’s, is that the government is wholly owned (and has been for far much longer than you or most realize), especially on any issues that matter to the Apex Elites, and only extraordinary pressure from the people brings the politicians to heel.

    • Enigma0

      Worse off in liberty terms, but often better off materially. Hedonism also promoted and acted upon.

  • Folks are still waking up to the fact we only have one party in D.C. and that is the ‘WAR’ party!

    Jul 28, 2016 Activists burn US flags over choice between ‘fascist’ Trump, ‘imperialist’ Hillary

    Activists from the Revolution Club burnt US flags outside the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday.

    • cstahnke

      As an old radical I object to flag burning. However much the country has done some fucked up things it is insulting to destroy the one symbol of unity we have. Burn things that relate to oligarchs not what should be a symbol of unity. This way, the left alienates those people who could be radicalized who, in fact, at this time are ready to be radicalized. As a political act this is crap–I haven’t been around these burnings so I don’t know if these are agents of the security services or who they say they are.

      • They do have a right to protest for rights. This is a good read you should consider.

        November 21st, 2015 Fascists Running America Endorse Nazism

        America didn’t eliminate the scourge of fascism in WW II. It shifted its headquarters from Berlin and Tokyo to Washington.

        • cstahnke

          I don’t disagree with the direction of fascism into Washington–this is obvious but whatever is in Washington is not exactly fascism but something a bit more complex. Still, I’m not saying they don’t have a right to burn the flag, I just know it is deeply insulting to many people I know and I too find it insulting and blunts the message and appeal of the left.

          • View this to understand why you feel that way, and maybe you will have a change of heart. Who knows. Jul 29, 2013 The Origins of the American Public Education System Horace Mann & the Prussian Model of Obedience

            In the 1830’s, American Lawmaker Horace Mann visited Prussia and researched its education methodology. He was infatuated with the emperor’s method of eliminating free thought from his subjects and designed an education system for Massachusetts directly based on these concepts. The movement then quickly spread nationally.


          • Here is anther very good and well laid out article for you.

            April 11, 2016 The Fascism-Industrial Complex: How Xenophobia & Nationalism Lead To War & Terror

            The media and right-wing politicians were quick to latch on to last month’s Brussels bombing to support a narrative of nationalism and xenophobia that leads to more war and terrorism.


          • Enigma0

            Not fascism now in Washington, but National Socialism. An imperial variety.

        • Enigma0

          How does one distinguish between fascism and National Socialism?

          Fascism is a family-clan-tribe based system. (Rather like a monarchy, but with no divine-right or historical claims.)

          Vide Franco and Pinochet. Usually the first dictator gets old and ill, and his family doesn’t want to do the hard nasty stuff which keeps such a regime running. A fascist ruling class and its functionaries are relatively fewer in number than those in any socialist regime.

          Socialism, and its nationalist version is much broader-based and pervasive in effect. it always features huge bureaucracies, with paper-shuffling ‘jobs’ for all in doing nothing, or in watching for and punishing dissenters, both those internal and external to the regime.

          The Japanese Empire was a fascist operation as was Mussolini’s Italy. Along with Einstein and Werner von Braun, Falseman (you may call him Truman, but he was always a racist and false) fully adapted FDR’s National Socialism and finished by importing the Nazi kind.

          • September 17, 2014 US Pursues 134 Wars Around the World

            The US is now involved in 134 wars or none, depending on your definition of war …The White House spent much of last week trying to figure out if the word “war” was the right one to describe its military actions against the Islamic State. US Secretary of State John Kerry was at first reluctant: “We’re engaged in a major counterterrorism operation,” he told CBS News on Sept. 11. “I think war is the wrong terminology and analogy but the fact is that we are engaged in a very significant global effort to curb terrorist activity… I don’t think people need to get into war fever on this. I think they have to view it as a heightened level of counter terrorist activity.” – Global Post


          • Here is another read and fact. December 24, 2013 The Worldwide Network of US Military Bases The Global Deployment of US Military Personnel

            The US Military has bases in 63 countries. Brand new military bases have been built since September 11, 2001 in seven countries. In total, there are 255,065 US military personnel deployed Worldwide. These facilities include a total of 845,441 different buildings and equipments. The underlying land surface is of the order of 30 million acres. According to Gelman, who examined 2005 official Pentagon data, the US is thought to own a total of 737 bases in foreign lands.

            Adding to the bases inside U.S. territory, the total land area occupied by US military bases domestically within the US and internationally is of the order of 2,202,735 hectares, which makes the Pentagon one of the largest landowners worldwide.


    • Enigma0

      Ever occur to anyone that Trump is only talking tough to fool war-mongers?

      • I am not fooled by the war party monopoly! Jul 7, 2016 The Close Relationship Between Donald Trump and the Clintons

        Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton act as if they are arch enemies. But is it all just politics?

  • wunsacon

    Please remove the word “Why” from the headline.

    Sorry for nitpicking.

  • Jason Walker

    It riles them to believe you perceive the webs they weave, to quote some late 60’s music.

    Life on earth is challenging for anyone who has a conscience, but let us not loose sight every moment of every day for the truth, love and beauty that exists. The challenge is juggling appreciation for those things, while maintaining our outrage at the lies, psychopathy and despicable atrocities perpetrated upon our fellow earthlings on a daily basis.

    It matters not if our struggle “succeeds” in any given span of time. Subverting the agendas and lies of psychopaths is a duty and an honor.

  • andrew1212

    9/11 Cover-Up Specialist Philip Zelikow Backs Hillary Clinton’s VP Pick, Tim Kaine:

    University History Prof. Philip Zelikow said he sees Kaine as “a man of principle.”

    “Kaine has an unusual range of experience, both executive and legislative and at all levels of government, with experience on both domestic and foreign issues,” Zelikow said in an email statement. “I cannot think of anyone she could have picked who would bring such a full package to the office.”

  • cstahnke

    Without understanding Deep Politics you cannot understand the current political situation. The sad part is that there is no way, if you are reasonable person, that you can believe the official version of events you have to actually deliberately ignore the facts. There is nearly no one on the “left” who doubts the official story of that or the assassinations of the 60’s. That’s why I always call the alleged left of Nation magazine, Noam Chomsky and so on as the “Stasi left.” And the very fact they accepted the official story of JFK showed that they were either afraid of the truth or they are complicit.

    • DavidMyers

      Lies do not become you. There are plenty of people on the left who reject the Warren Commission BS . . . including me. “There is nearly no one on the “left” who doubts the official story of that or the (other) assassinations of the 60’s”. That is total hogwash!

      • cstahnke

        Ok, so you know a few people but what does that mean? Go to any prominent left wing blog and try mentioning Deep Politics–I’ve been kicked off of two of them. Try to find any coverage of that on Democrazy Now, or ask Noam Chomsky–all of the major left denies any of this Conspiracy stuff–there are Very few prominent leftist that will touch this issue. So how do you get off calling me a liar? I’ve been around this stuff for a half-century.

  • Brockland A.T.

    That doesn’t really change the math.

    Never Hilary = Only Trump

    Never Trump = Only Hilary

    Never Trump + Never Hilary = Only Hilary

    People only fear Trump will do by accident what Hilary clearly intends to do by deliberation, multiplied by a proven history of her incompetence.

    The Ukraine and Libya debacles were from a psychopathic point of view, clever gambles that might have worked had the neoconservatives not been such hopeless Nazis.

  • doog37

    Have you ever considered that the official story might be true?
    I’m not saying it is, but the people who still want answers have been at it so long it is like a religious movement and not a desire for truth.
    The number of finance people killed on 9/11 makes me think this was not not the conspiracy people want it to be.
    It is a tough choice of what to believe… you have to choose to believe either that terrorists were able to kills thousands in a coordinated attack without using WMDs or military. Or choose that a ruling class decided to murder thousands to improve their political power by inventing a boogey man to fight against.
    We will never actually know what happened.

    • Enigma0

      We will know forever that those three WTC towers weren’t destroyed fully due to impacting aircraft. We know that pre-positioned demolition and severing charges got used. We know that tiny steel balls blowing in the wind signals use of Thermite.

      We know that the blamed murderers were not the organizers, leaders, and pay-masters, but were disposable patsies, ones with the same ‘Muslim credentials’ as the one who ran that truck into a 2016 Bastille Day crowd. Little to none…

      We can ask a question: Cui bono?

      1. All more-effective military powers in West Asia and North Africa (except Iran, so far) have been destabilized and disabled. Zionists ‘win’.
      2. Hundreds of billions of dollars have been taken from ordinary American hands and put in those of evil persons in and around US regimes. Cast of thousands, in both major US political parties, living it up on monies unearned by them.

  • Marv Sannes

    Why would Kaine step down at DNC chair so Wasserman could assume the role? Wasserman was Clinton’s campaign mgr in 2008, she gets the job as DNC chair to fix the nomination. Why did Kaine step down? Was he promised something? The Dem. nomination was certainly a fix, look at the charts of vote without a paper trail and votes with a paper trail. The fix was in, and Kaine, Wasserman were central players. We know Clinton’s a gangster, these other two are part of the gang.

  • beijingyank

    Kevin, I got great news for you. Trump knows. Trump promises truth. In the words of the “real tough” Jeb Bush, Trump is a Truther. Trump is trying to stay under the radar for political reasons and to evade a “magic bullet.”

    • bill

      Keep dreaming.

      • beijingyank

        Dude, buy hemp rope stock or futures…Trump is going to clean house.

  • Enigma0

    It matters in some ways. There’s no way Hillary Clinton should be able to nominate SCOTUS justices. Her appointees would destroy what’s left of America.

  • bill

    What? You mean Trump isn’t the man to save us all according to most of independent media? Noooo, not trump, he’s the perfect candidate. He’s going to “Make America Great again”……lol.

  • Greg Burton

    Entrapped in a perpetual post-9/11 milieu of uncontested false flag terror: the never ending war on terror that really only benefited Israel via the “Yinon Plan”. Impoverished by an economic collapse engineered by an unprosecuted banking cabal: homeless, penniless, jobless. Imprisoned in a high-tech DHS police state: spied upon, tortured, murdered by space-based and weaponized drones. Living in an open air toxic was pit: vaccinated, GMO’ed, chem-trailed, fracked and Fukushima irradiated Americans will hail any DEMAGOGUE fabricated by the Deep State MSM as their savior.

    But, without confronting false flag terror, this ersatz leader will only take the Continuity of Government tools, already made ready and waiting, open up the FEMA camps, based on any false flag scenario, in preparation for the “final solution” for millions of Americans.