Donald Trump is being compared with the Devil. Unfavourably?


This is an interesting tweak on the usual conspiracy theories.

Perhaps it’ll make Omen 3 watchable if you think of Mr Trump in the role of Damien.

Just a thought…

Apparently evangelical Christians in the US voted en masse for Donald Trump because they believe it is “God’s will” that Trump becomes President and the most powerful person in the world.

So why is it not even one of them has noticed that Trump’s name literally means “The Great Deceiver” – or in other words another name for Satan and the name of the person who is supposed to bring about the end of the world in the book of Revelations.

Source: The etymology of the name ‘Donald Trump’ means ‘The Great Deceiver’ in old English | Pride’s Purge

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6 thoughts on “Donald Trump is being compared with the Devil. Unfavourably?

  1. Anna Zimmerman

    The source of the speculation about Trump’s Cabinet is an NBC article, widely picked up in the media by other outlets such as Salon, which has already been discredited. As the Corbett Report article below points out, nobody has yet any idea who will fill the Cabinet positions. Apparently Trump himself thinks it is bad luck to jump into the task head first, meaning that much of this speculation is so much BS and obviously a continuation of the policy of blackening Trump whenever possible. It does not take more than a second’s thought to realise that the complexities involved in picking a cabinet were not going to be solved in a few short hours. In any case, far from being a neocon faithful, Michael Flynn was sacked by Obama for not being SUFFICIENTLY neoconservative. Obama (and even more, Clinton) wanted to pursue a more strident line against Russia, whereas Flynn thought genuinely pursuing terrorism was the priority, something that the US had demonstrably failed to do in the period before Russia began its intervention, as the US was in truth backing the terrorists to defeat Assad (always the real objective) . As genuinely trying to defeat Al-Nusra, ISIS et al would entail collaborating with Russia and Syria, Flynn was removed. Flynn himself has written that he believed that the priority should be fighting terrorism, which puts him in line with Trump’s campaign speeches,, but as the US have been actively funding, arming and training terrorist groups such as Al-Nusra, whilst pretending they are the entirely mythical ‘moderate rebels’, Flynn’s sense of US’s true priorities was hardly going to fly in the White House or Foggy Bottom. If anyone wants links about the real actions of the US/UK in Syria, there are literally thousands of credible sources that are ignored by the MSM (for good reason) but the go-to source is probably Vanessa Beeley. Here is a sample article: One final point – I think it is entirely likely that Trump will go back on many if not all of his campaign policies, if only because he risks assassination if he does not, but that doesn’t change the fact that much of what people read about him is disinformation. We should take absolutely everything in the MSM with a very large dollop of salt because it is nearly always a false narrative planted for ulterior (imperialist) purposes.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      That’s not a Christian thing. It comes from the Illuminatus! trilogy of novels. Anyone who believes in fiction rather than fact is… well, shall we call them misguided?

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