"He Won Because The Elites Want Him There, The Global Economy Will Collapse"

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Though Trump’s election was a great victory/rebuke over the dictates and controls of the financial oligarchy that own and run this nation, SHTFPlan.com's Mac Salvo warns, the American people are not out of the woods yet.

Quietly but constantly in the background of the entire Obama Administration, the Federal Reserve’s stimulus program that combined unlimited QE with zero percent interest rates has absolutely wrecked this country and its economic stability.


The system as we know it cannot be sustained. Yellen and co. have been simply waiting for the right time to let the other shoe drop – namely, after it could influence the election even further in the direction of Trump’s populist uprising. Unfortunately, he will now be largely blamed for the great destruction that is scheduled to fall upon this nation. In fact, that is the very reason that Brandon Smith of Alt-Market.com attributed to Trump’s victory when he predicted his election many months ago.


Something big is coming… prepare yourselves accordingly.

How Alt-Market Predicted Trump’s Win Months in Advance: “He won because the elites WANT HIM THERE, the global economy WILL collapse”

Authored by Melissa Dykes via The Daily Sheeple,

While many of us in the alternative media and especially those researchers of Clinton crimes are breathing a big fat sigh of relief that anybody but Hillary is headed to the White House in 2017, Brandon Smith of Alt Market is warning us all not to get too comfortable… and with history on his side here, we should listen to him.

Despite what looked like a rigged, fraudulent Hillary win orchestrated from the top down with the entire establishment machine behind her, Trump won the election. In an election year that would have otherwise seen record low voter turnout, the specter of Hillary that led to Trump’s victory has now given the people a reason to believe their vote actually matters again, an extra boon to further relegitimize the corrupt system running things in this country.

But Smith reminds us that if Trump is walking into the Oval Office in January, it is only because the elites decided to put him there in advance — and for a reason.

First it should be noted that Smith accurately predicted that Brexit would pass, even when the majority of the alt media was reporting that there was no way it possibly could. Was it another victory for the people?

No, it was predetermined well in advance:

“The mainstream media has been consistently comparing Trump supporters to Brexit supporters, and Trump himself has hitched his political wagon to the Brexit. This fits perfectly with the globalist narrative that populists and conservatives are killing the global economy and placing everyone at risk.

Then he accurately predicted a Trump win… but not because voting actually matters:

“U.S. elections are indeed controlled, and have been for decades, primarily through the false left/right paradigm.  However, as I have been pointing out since I correctly predicted the success of the Brexit referendum, I don’t think that Clinton is the choice of the elites.”


“To be clear, my position is that Trump is slated to take the White House and that this is by design. This has been my position since before Trump won the Republican Primaries, it was my position when the election cycle began, it has never changed, nor have my views on the reasons for this outcome ever changed…”

Smith says regardless of whether or not Trump is a legitimate anti-establishment candidate, his win means the global economic collapse the system has been holding off on will finally come to pass — as planned — under Trump’s watch:

“…Even if Trump is a legitimate anti-establishment conservative, his entry into the Oval Office will seal the deal on the economic collapse, and will serve the globalists well.  The international banks need only pull the plug on any remaining life support to the existing market system and allow it to fully implode, all while blaming Trump and his conservative supporters…”

He will be the perfect scapegoat for something the alternative media have known is coming for a long, long time.

Now Smith is spelling it out:

The bottom line is, Trump is on the way to the White House because the elites WANT HIM THERE.  Now, many liberty proponents, currently in a state of elation, will either ignore or dismiss the primary reason why I was able to predict the Brexit and a Trump win.  These will probably be some of the same people that were arguing with me only weeks ago that the elites would NEVER allow Trump in office.


So, to clarify:


Trump may or may not be aware that he and his conservative followers have been positioned into a a trap.  We will have to wait and see how he behaves in office (and he WILL be in office, despite the claims of some that the elites will try to “stop him” before January).  My primary point is THAT IT DOES NOT MATTER, at least not at this stage.  The elites will initiate a final collapse of the global economy under Trump’s watch (this will probably escalate over the course of the next six months), and they WILL blame him and conservatives in general.  This IS going to happen.  The elites play the long game, and so must we.

And there you have it.

It’s not much of a secret that the economy is being artificially propped up. The Fed’s QE stimulus programs are no longer working. We know it can’t remain this way forever.

And even though everyone just feels so much relief that we’ve all been spared the nightmare of Hillary Clinton climbing into yet another seat of even more power, we can’t just assume we’re all going to skip off into happy magical fairy sprinkle land unscathed.

Sure, the people have spoken, but it’s only the illusion of power that we’re seeing play out now. The Powers That Shouldn’t Be running this insanity circus always have a plan… how else have they gotten away with controlling the globe for at least the past century?

After saying “I told ya so,” Smith issued a final warning that we shouldn’t be so naive:

While millions of Americans are celebrating Trump’s win today, I will remain even more vigilant.  The party is just getting started, folks.  Don’t get too comfortable.

Sadly, we can’t ignore decades of New World Order history here just because we’re relieved a psychopath like Hillary lost the election. Smith is right. We’d all do well to listen to him and get prepared for what’s coming.

2017 is going to be a bumpy ride.

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americafirst's picture

I think Trump is smart enough to know what the hell is going on with Wall Street and the Fed. He'll be prepared for this.

beauticelli's picture
beauticelli (not verified) americafirst Nov 10, 2016 10:47 PM

No he won't. Running the country is not like running your own corporation.

letsit's picture
letsit (not verified) beauticelli Nov 10, 2016 10:48 PM

Electing Trump really means destroying America.

techies-r-us's picture
techies-r-us (not verified) letsit Nov 10, 2016 10:49 PM

Let's see him mouth off the upcoming destruction.

stizazz's picture

He'll just blame it on the Mexicans.

38BWD22's picture




Master singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen is dead at 82.





tmosley's picture

>Surely Trump can never win

>Trump wins bigly

>The kikes wanted him there go...I mean guys! Please take us seriously!

These people need to bleed.

eforce's picture

Might explain why he seemed a bit nervious after the meeting with Obama..

Obama: "The economy has about 3 months to live".

Trump: "Fuck...".

But seriously, Trump is the debt king, he has majority republican house/senate, he can manage it, his followers are also loyal and heavily armed.

TruxtonSpangler's picture

They better wait until the end of his 1st term to crash it. If its early, that leaves a chance for him to turn it around and get a 2nd term.

Fed Supporter's picture
Memo to Trump: Exploit your win! Pat Buchanan to president-elect: Reject the poisoned chalice of compromise

Published: 4 hours ago

Patrick J. Buchanan  

“In victory, magnanimity!” said Winston Churchill.

Donald Trump should be magnanimous and gracious toward those whom he defeated this week, but his first duty is to keep faith with those who put their faith in him.

The protests, riots and violence that have attended his triumph in city after city should only serve to steel his resolve.

As for promptings that he “reach out” and “reassure” those upset by his victory, and trim or temper his agenda to pacify them, Trump should reject the poisoned chalice. This is the same old con.

Trump should take as models the Democrats FDR and LBJ.

Franklin Roosevelt, who had savaged Herbert Hoover as a big spender, launched his own New Deal in his first 100 days.

History now hails his initiative and resolve.

Lyndon Johnson exploited his landslide over Barry Goldwater in 1964 to erect his Great Society in 1965: the Voting Rights Act, Medicare and Medicaid. He compromised on nothing, and got it all.

Even those who turned on him for Vietnam still celebrate his domestic achievements.

President Nixon’s great regret was that he did not bomb Hanoi and mine Haiphong in 1969 – instead of waiting until 1972 – and bring the Vietnam War to an earlier end and with fewer U.S. casualties.

Nixon’s decision not to inflame the social and political crisis of the ’60s by rolling back the Great Society bought him nothing. He was rewarded with media-backed mass demonstrations in 1969 to break his presidency and bring about an American defeat in Vietnam.

“Action this day!” was the scribbled command of Prime Minister Churchill on his notepads in World War II. This should be the motto of the first months of a Trump presidency.

For the historic opportunity he and the Republican Party have been given by his stunning and unanticipated victory of Nov. 8 will not last long. His adversaries and enemies in politics and press are only temporarily dazed and reeling.

This great opening should be exploited now.

YHC-FTSE's picture

Very well put. Trump cannot reach out to the criminals who worked so hard to destroy him. If he watered down his policies to appease them, it would be a disaster for we are at war with the oligarchs and dithering in war is akin to suicide.

I wrote earlier that as individuals we could allay the worst fears of those who voted Hillary because they believed all the crap from the establishment and the msm. I don't mean the paid agitators, establishment lackeys and the violently deranged but those ordinary people who were genuiely misled because they had no access to any information other than the mainstream media that echoed Hitlery's lies that Trump was Putin's puppet, that he raped and hated women, that he was the candidate of hate, not of change. We could set things right quietly and with dignity some of the outrageous lies that the establishment told and reveal to them all the hitherto hidden information about the criminals within the government revealed by the leaks. Turn a "snowflake" into a willing partner in the Trump era simply with the truth.


As for this article alleging that it was the plan of the establishment to install Trump all along to collapse the economy, well if that was their plan, they had a fucking weird way of doing it. Almost ALL of the msm supported Hitlery and completely ignored her crimes. Almost ALL of the oligarchs poured cash into her campaign. Almost ALL of the permanent government in key positions - in the DoJ and the WH - gave unwavering support to Hitlery upto and beyond criminality. Look, the economy was well on its way to its reckoning and has been for years - I decided, along with many others here that it was a simple matter of arithmetic that one day soon the can that had been kicked for so long was going to hit everyone in the face.

The evidence is overwhelming that Trump is NOT an establishment stooge. He could become one if he surrounded himself with the usual neocon zionists who have been running things so long, but he's not one yet. The collapse was coming - that everyone here predicted already - Trump is the unknown who may turn everything on its head and put us on the road to fundamentally sound footing by addressing the problem of untenable debt which will necessitate a reality check with a lot of bankrupt entities that have been surviving by sucking on the Fed's teat. It's not going to be pretty or painless but at least it will be REAL. That may well characterize his presidency.

fx's picture

Agree. But some people are so deep into it, they spin each and everything as being planned and controlled by the evil of this world anyway. maybe true, even, but what a sickening view of life and the world. One could as well kill oneself if one were to hold this view.

MalteseFalcon's picture

Trump has already told the people that things are bad.

And his supporters know it's bad.

They're LIVING it and have been for at least 16 years.

It's Hillary's supporters who are living in a dream world with their stocks and government pensions.

When it collapses, Trump goes on TV and tells the American people the truth, again, and this time Hillary's supporters get to hear it.

Then Trump rebuilds the economy properly, as it should have been after the 2000 tech bubble.

Scapegoating Trump is not going to work.

Crash Overide's picture

When they nuke the economy what better time to dissolve the FED and return money policy to the Treasury under US control?

I see this as the perfect time to clean house, hedge accordingly...

SgtShaftoe's picture

If they crash the economy, it's a simple move for Trump if he's actually on the side of the people:  Send an army of Law Enforcement to go arrest the perpetrators, neocons and neolibs en masse.  Corzine, Dimon, Bernanke, Yellen, Rubin, et al.  Conduct a very public set of trials on the level of the Nuremberg trials for various market fixing schemes, theft and crimes against humanity. 

If I were Trump, I'd have these warrants pre-written and ready to go.  If any of these idiots tries to run out of the country, go get them and detain the rest trying to exit the country.  Easy peasy.  If anything bad happens, drop the hammer on them, arrest them and publicly demonstrate their evils.  Plot foiled.  The economy will still be fucked, but the people will recognize that the real criminals have been captured.  No scapegoat necessary; you would have the actual goats and by the balls. 

fx's picture

WTF? Refering Trump to Nixon? Seriously? Nixon was a complete piece of shit! No respect for the constitution, no respect for the people. And there was no way to "win" in Vietnam for the US who had never any business to be there in the first place. US killed millions of innocent men women and children there and this asshole Buchanan regrets not to have killed even more. Oh, and btw. where it not for the mass-murder Kissinger preventing it, Nixon might have nuked the world at at least one instance.

new game's picture

does anyone find it odd the election wasn't contested in the close swing states?

makes me wonder if all this vast right wing conspiracy shit is true. lol...

my tin foil hat is quite wrinkled; hmm, tyme for a new fresh alco pull off from the 200 ft roll.

ps, cuntin supporters; i will recycle the old one...

Moe Howard's picture

In my opinion, the delay between defeat and concession was the negotiating time for Clinton with Trump. I believe they "cut a deal". She wore purple, as did Bill, to show they were royalty and untouchable.


I hope I am wrong.

HopefulCynical's picture

I saw someone speculating that she got hammered when she figured out she'd lost, and wasn't able to give a speech. I've also seen speculation that they had no concession speech because it was "in the bag."

The Clintons want to be on Olympus, but I've long believed that Rockefeller and Rothschild don't want them there.

I still think they were supposed to do one final task as good little tools, and make sure the banksters wound up with all the marbles in the coming crash.

venturen's picture

Churchill was refering to when your enemy is completely destroyed...we have a ways to go!

adanata's picture


Right about that; they'd better wait a good long while... and I don't think they can. IMHO... they CANNOT "blame it on Trump" who, if he is even half as smart as a brick, will immediately state THIS is what the Fed and the previous administrations have wrought. Now we're going to roll up our sleeves and get busy putting this country back together again.

The People have his back. They KNOW they've been screwed and Trump didn't do it; he couldn't have. Not to mention, we ARE the 'conservatives' and we know we didn't do it either. I don't know what they hysterical propagandized snowflakes think... not that they show any signs of actually being capable of the process... but they are going to get a dose of reality along the way no doubt.

Trucker Glock's picture

"if he is even half as smart as a brick, will immediately state THIS is what the Fed and the previous administrations have wrought."

That may not fly if he lets Capt Kangaroo finish out her term as chairman.

adanata's picture


I think he'd probably be okay. No one can expect him to snap his fingers and make everything okay overnight. Old yeller has been there a lot longer than he has and he's already chastised the Fed as politically motivated and making a mistake with ZIRP. Even the dimmist bulbs understand he cannot simply close down an operation like the Fed in a matter of months......

HopefulCynical's picture

Obama has blamed Bush for 8 fucking years. They can't blame anything in the first two years on Trump without millions of us jeering them without mercy.

Pituary Retard's picture

Capt Kangaroo! Ha! Don't forget about Mr. Green Jeanspan!

floosy's picture

Everything negative since June 24th is blamed on Brexit.  And we havent even triggered A50 yet.  So be prepared for eveything negative from here on in to be blamed on Trump.

Silky Johnson's picture

One simply does not turn around a mountain of shit.

LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD's picture
LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD (not verified) eforce Nov 10, 2016 11:53 PM

"He Won Because The Elites Want Him There,"

Excuse me while I get my tinfoil hat...


MANvsMACHINE's picture

I question this premise. If the elites wanted him there, they would not have allowed the Billy Bush recording to be released with so many people screaming for him to get out of the race.

vato poco's picture

I question the whole fucking article. I'm married to a Scottish national, and I know *precisely* what this is about. Scottish people are fucked up in the head: 1000+ years of living in shitty little rock and mud hovels on useless stony land, having the English and the Vikings show up and steal their women and rape their cattle the *instant* they get a little ahead. Thence, back to the mud to start over; rinse & repeat.

That's why Scots are universally pessimistic. The parents have been teaching it to their bairns for centuries. 

So as a defense mechanism, in Scottish-think, the perosn who can be the very first to breathlessly announce, "We're doomed!!" is the 1st who can then (gloomily) crow, "I WARNED you! But would you listen?! Ohhhhh, NNNOOOOOOOOOO...."

It's what they do for fun when they're not cashing their dole checks or being drunken fitba hooligans; and it's exactly why this sad little tale of woe was penned. Fuck you and your cowardly pessimism, Brandon Smith of alt-bullshit. 

Antifaschistische's picture

I really don't think Obama is explaining anything involving math or numbers to Trump

The Navigator's picture

I don't think Obama knows anything about or cares about math or numbers.

Theta_Burn's picture

Well, obama did blame bush for 3 straight yrs. and the morons lined up in agreement, upon his departure "The One" will have saddled us just shy of 10 trillion more in debt... what a guy..

Reports of green shoots just around the corner, and cash for your clunker are the more notable obama accomplishments, as well as defending the billions in well deserved bone-us-is rewarding the stewardship of the firms that caused it all.

Trump could point that out..

new game's picture

the legacy of the shitbag in office is 3000 plus mindless humans brought back in body bags and 3 trillion wasted formenting enemies living for vengence. 

all for what? power and wealth to the ptb pulling his strings with the promise to be like us.

watch this fucker closely. on to the united nations or whereever corruption and money comingle...

old naughty's picture

wow, such confidence in men/women...
as if the ancient ones matter not.

We are playing into them hands !

Countrybunkererd's picture

Trump knew this going in.  Anyone with above common core math skills can see that 20,000,000,000,000.00 dollars in debt is like swiming with a 20 pound block of concrete around your neck.  Toss in all the state and local issues and unfunded garbage and the fix is in very very soon.

Likely Trump reads ZH.  Why wouldn't he, in all seriousness?  The snowflakes crowd is a large class of losers and doesn't help our economics either.  We have a tough road ahead but not yet impossible.

Remember, he didn't need to do this.  He doesn't care about a legacy for himself.  I think he was rather comfortable where he was, maybe he wanted a good retirement...oh wait that can't be it. 

sessinpo's picture

But seriously, Trump is the debt king, he has majority republican house/senate, he can manage it, his followers are also loyal and heavily armed.


A different situation and not a goog comparison. In his business dealings, he negotiated what was best for him, not necessarily what was best for the debt holders. Why is that significant? Because the majority of debt is held by us citizens or us entities, over 60% of the nearly 20 trillion. So while many bitch that senior citizens are getting fucked with the low or negative interest rate policies, trump may give them an unwanted haircut and tell debt holders their holdings have been cut.

As for his followers, I would say the majority are pretty ignorant just like the population as a whole. They just know and feel that something isn't right and want something done. It is very likely they have no understanding of the consequences. And there will be consequences. Anyone that thinks that any person on this planet can make $20 trillion in debt go away without consequences is delusional.

Economiffed's picture

Hmm, delusional? Imagine this--- The vast majority of financial wealth and debt are digital. An entry on a computer. Vast sums of this digital currency are created every second. ie government loans, mortgages, auto loans. In the reverse--- direct deposits, loan payments etc... Your idea that $20T cannot disappear without consequences is uneducated!
Every decent accounting program has a write off box just as every computer has a delete key!

2008 $750B was a test. It was a test to see if we were dumb enough to fall for their lies. We did and now they can convince us of anything! By the way, the $750B was digital!!!!!

Supafly's picture

There's definitely a reason why those guys grey so quickly once they get in office.  Probably the biggest WTF ever during those first briefings.


JRobby's picture

Bernanke should have been the first clue.


You do not explode debt levels, invoke QE and hold rates at ZIRP & NIRP if you expect the system to last more than 10 or 15 years.

This is a world domination playbook script. The efforts will be domestic. First to take care that people are fed then to rebuild.

How do you root out criminals world wide and neutralize their power? It won't be pretty.

Buck Johnson's picture

Trump is going to be the fall guy and it's going to hurt alot of us.


Pinto Currency's picture

Much higher interest rates are coming and they will bring down the debt castle built by the Fed and the major banks over 35 years.

Trump will will wear it - unless he writes-down the debt and restructures our monetary system.

Escrava Isaura's picture

It’s not the interest rates. We could write off the debt tomorrow and the problem would still remain. The problem is that there’s no more growth and we want to keep our lifestyle while manufacture workers want their lifestyle back.

All unsustainable, because we are no longer self-sufficient in energy. That’s the real problem.

Energy is for the economy what calories is for the body. Not enough calories and the body becomes weaker and sicker.

Now, how they are going to orchestrate the collapse and blame the government is what I don’t know. I looked at what the BOJ did to the finance minister of Japan and to the Japanese economy to the point that they might never recover and I still can’t connect the dots how they will do it here, in the US.

But the depression is coming and it needs to be very bad for about 60% of the population so the American elites can “buy” themselves time before the shortages starting affecting them.


Pinto Currency's picture

THere is no more growth because of excessive debt and a distorted economy from prolonged low interest rates. Time Preference. Capital Based Macroeconomics.