07/21/2017 (Fri) 18:41:03
From the time Trump was chosen I've accepted two things as facts as the contingencies unravel and the pieces fit
1) The Trump campaign is a fabrication whether he knows it or not, though it's far more likely that he knows his role
2) Hillary is a political martyr, and however shady her affiliations, it was her role to "throw" the election; The stage is loosely defined and "throw" doesn't mean she lost on purpose, however, she knew from the very beginning that she would not be POTUS 2017.
But Trump needs to rally his side of the country, and Hillary needed to represent hers. Basic dialectic orientation. The voter fraud as it exists is being thrown around as if it were in favor of one or the other, and while it's disputed by those who take a side, it's a simple necessity of the narrative that the 2017 race was as close as possible, that both sides feel justified by the massive amounts of support behind them.
The conclusion is the unification of those sides, presumably given a common enemy. I won't speculate, but it could be Russia. It could be social unrest, famine, who knows? What is guaranteed is that the stage was set and this division made palpable specifically for the purpose of putting it to bed, a reunification that would allow the USA to be the only country to break the 10 generation ceiling noted by Oswald Spengler in his description of how empires rise and fall, a ~250 year systemic degradation that all of the major cultures have failed to surpass: The natural death of an organism, so to speak. With the USA on life support, and her faculties attempting to maintain their own personal power structures, we're witnessing the Instrumentality of Lazarus. The use of a fallen Rome.
Trump will concede to Obama in the coming months, gaining an important seat, subservient to king nigger though remaining the predominant voice governing his side of the body politic. Hillary is irrelevant.