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What’s to Account For Hillary’s Astonishing Fall from Official Media Grace?


In the 1930s, someone heard Adolph Hitler being screamed at behind closed doors by the head of the German Central Bank, Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht. Who could get away with screaming at Hitler and live?

Someone fronting from a group so powerful, it could have ordered that Hitler be made into Hoffaburger. It turns out that when Hitler first assumed power, he went with hat in hand to make his case to the heads of German industry that his gangster militias could deliver labor peace.

The big talking heads are mum about all this, so let this little talking head provoke you to wonder about it yourself.This arrangement was to become upended when Hitler’s prodigious rhetorical power, amplified by the then-new media of broadcast radio and public address systems, moved him from maitre d’hotel to guest of honor at the devil’s banquet. Schacht was interned in Dachau but mysteriously survived to found a post-war Dusseldorf bank.

Above conventional distinctions of “left” and “right”, the power coalitions which sponsor political front-men, must account for the inner character and predicted future actions of those they entrust to implement their dictates.

This core principle must be centrally involved with Hillary Clinton’s astonishing fall from grace in the “liberal” media, led by the flagship NY Times. The big talking heads are mum about all this, so let this little talking head provoke you to wonder about it yourself.

After all the posturing is dispensed with, George Soros gets along just fine along the bottom line with the Koch Brothers.

Nothing like the 1933 overthrow of the House of Morgan by the House of Rockefeller, with the LionessInTheStreets2Glass-Steagall Act,  is currently underway; the big fish aren’t especially urgently jostling one another to see who will eat whom.

So the hidden tectonic rumblings to account for Hillary’s lightning fall to earth, must involve the recognition that she didn’t know her own limits and had to be de-fanged.

People knew that the old Soviet press was riddled with lies, Loz’  rather than  Pravda, but they still paid attention to subtle currents in the fabric of factual inaccuracies, to detect the rise and fall of various power-wielding personalities.

Not so here. Fat if not happy American media consumers, Joe People Magazine and Sally Entertainment Tonight, have not the slightest clue about what’s going on in the penthouses of power.

But as the servants manning the levers of power slowly adjust their comfort level downward, they will dodge and sway like schools of fish or flocks of birds reacting instinctually but unknowingly to the movement of the predators among them.

There’s no question about who will be in charge, it’s only a matter of whether any of the high servants will be allowed to overcome their masters.