Two current candidates represent a risk to the power-brokers who financially attempt to control the outcomes of presidential elections. Both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are antithetical to the larger goals and agenda of a modern Wall Street filled with globalists and global market investors.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both are fully and comprehensively understanding of the root of the problem and what has undermined the essential cornerstone of our Republic. The difference between them does not lie in a divergent view of the problem; the differences between them lies squarely in the approach to the solution.
Above all of the inherent issues of the day, and well above all of the consequences to policy agenda’s, and even beyond the ideological differences in politics, there is a group of global financial interests that are generally unaffected by the policies being debated.
Politicians love to discuss the issues that are downstream. Issues like: social benefits, social issues, guns, abortion, race-issues, small-ball tax adjustments, education, marijuana, etc. All of these issues are essentially ‘shiny things’, well downstream from the larger more substantive issues which influence generations.
This is where republican supporters for Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio or other similar candidates of like-minded sense and sensibility, don’t fully understand the scope of Wall Street and the entirely different principle of Main Street.
♦ Rupert Murdoch is one of the entities who operate in the air of Wall Street; he’s actually one of the more easily identifiable people who operate in this globalist space, the global financial market. Murdoch and those of similar consequence are focused on issues that are far beyond the issues of Main Street USA and champion Donald Trump.
Modern day Wall Street is the global financial market. Any national business-minded broadcast, cue up Fox Business News, is also focused on the global financial market, not Main Street.
Your local Chamber of Commerce organization in your community is focused on Main Street issues. However, when we are discussing the U.S. (National) Chamber of Commerce, we switch from discussing Main Street to discussing Wall Street or global financial markets.
Because Wall Street is focused on global financial markets, and specifically because the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is focused on global financial markets, you can see the inherent disconnect from those who operate on Wall Street level, and those who operate domestically on Main Street issues.
Likewise the problems we face as a nation cannot be solved at a Main Street level, and we must fully understand that Main Street is down stream from Wall Street.
If we want to impact serious economic changes (both Trump and Sanders do) then we must travel to the source of the issue, Wall Street and/or the global financial markets. Those are the players above the policies being debated in the U.S. presidential election.
The intersection between the global financial markets (Wall Street) and U.S. politics surfaces when policy topics like the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal are being determined. Trade and U.S. banking policy (Treasury) are aspects where Wall Street gets interested and consequentially involved.
Knowing that Murdoch, (Fox News, and Fox Business News) and those of similar air and influence, have a vested interest in Wall Street issues – you begin to understand this:
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