Quigley’s Greatest Con

I won’t beat around the bush. All of the hate-mongering against Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., is nothing more than public theater—and that includes Trump’s forthcoming impeachment. It is all public theater. Nothing more. In fact, the more opposition Trump receives, the more popular he becomes. And that’s the whole purpose.

Donald Trump is not an outsider. He is not anti-establishment. He is not anti-globalist. He is the globalists’ perfect con on the American people. He tells them what they want to hear but in reality changes nothing of importance to the establishment elite. But Trump makes everybody think he’s changing things. Like I said, Trump is the globalists’ perfect con.

Carrol Quigley, a former professor from Georgetown University and author of the book “Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in our Time” is quoted as saying the American political system should give the impression that there are two parties working against one another when in truth, they are pursuing the exact same policies. It should also be noted that Quigley was one of Bill Clinton’s professors.

The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies… is a foolish idea. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies. (Quigley, 1966)

The Trump v The Left theatrics—including Trump’s impeachment—is without a doubt Quigley’s greatest con. 


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13 Responses to Quigley’s Greatest Con

  1. Timothy E. Tucker says:

    @Wes, thanks for posting this link. I had seen and bookmarked the site before but lost it when my XP hard drive tanked.

  2. Jeff M. says:

    I am not sold on this position. Chuck Baldwin makes a good point, yet the main linchpin is missing. Nothing is said of British Commonwealth. Quigley wrote extensively on this issue. And who was used to spy on the Trump organization by the Obama administration?

    Therefore I don’t believe Baldwin’s position is correct.

  3. MN Steel says:

    Here’s the same conclusion, reached via The Economic Angle:


    Two opposing wings on the same gut-bird.

  4. a follower says:

    “Donald Trump is not an outsider. He is not anti-establishment. He is not anti-globalist.”
    Thank you!
    And yet he is the “legal” president for a reason.

  5. Alfred Barnes says:

    It supposes Trump is a globalist stooge. If the premise is wrong, then that’s a lot of words based on that one single thing. An alternative premise is that Trump is exactly who he says he is, putting America first. It would be quite a thing, with unlimited potential.

    I’ve said it before that Trump will be remembered as either the second George Washington or the second Benedict Arnold. This article supposes the latter. My faith is with God.

    • Timothy E. Tucker says:

      I’m with you brother. On the physical plane, Trump is the only one with his finger in the dike, can you imagine what we would be experiencing with Hillary as president right now?
      I pray for this president and fully believe God is able to accomplish Good through the ungodly. We have all sinned and fallen short of the Glory of the Most High! I trust in God to give me the discernment to reject the evil fruits of the fallen, I’m not worried I will be deceived by these evil ones spoiling the earth. Not possible. TET out.

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  7. noway2 says:

    Alfred Barnes posits a profound theory: either Trump is putting America first and fighting the good fight, or he is a con. I, however, think it is also possible that he entered into the fight with the lofty goal of putting America first and has become tainted by the massiveness of the swamp monster.

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