Kurt Nimmo | 17 March 2016
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a company under the wing of The Economist, owned by the Rothschild banking family of England, has declared Donald Trump a “global risk” along with jihadi terrorism, the UK leaving the EU, the Russian “intervention” in Syria and the Ukraine, and currency volatility.
“The businessman and political novice, Donald Trump, has built a strong lead in the Republican party primary, and looks the firm favorite to be the party’s candidate in the US presidential election in November,” the unit reports, categorizing his election as a “high impact” risk.
According to the report Trump threatens “free trade,” that is to say globalist domination of markets, and is hostile toward NAFTA, the Bill Clinton era “trade deal” that sucked more than a million jobs out of America and produced a $181 billion US trade deficit with NAFTA partners Mexico and Canada.
“In the event of a Trump victory, his hostile attitude to free trade, and alienation of Mexico and China in particular, could escalate rapidly into a trade war—and at the least scupper the Trans-Pacific Partnership between the US and 11 other American and Asian states signed in February 2016.”
The Rothschild unit expects Trump, if nominated (and the Republican establishment is furiously plotting his demise; see Roger Stone), will lose to hands-on favorite Hillary Clinton, who is backed by the financial elite, in particular the great vampire squid, Goldman Sachs.
Despite the EIU’s certainty Trump will lose, they warn “there are risks to this forecast, especially in the event of a terrorist attack on US soil or a sudden economic downturn.”
However, in the event Trump wins, “innate hostility within the Republican hierarchy towards Mr Trump, combined with the inevitable virulent Democratic opposition, will see many of his more radical policies blocked in Congress—albeit such internal bickering will also undermine the coherence of domestic and foreign policymaking,” in other words pose a serious risk to the globalist agenda.
As previously noted the Republican establishment is working hard to undermine Trump.
On Monday Infowars reported on remarks made by Curly Haugland of the Republican National Committee. He said delegates may “vote according to their personal choice in all matters to come before the Republican National Convention, including the vote to nominate the Republican Candidate for President” and disregard voters.
Haugland expanded his remarks on Wednesday. He told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” voters are irrelevant in the selection of a candidate for the presidential nomination. “The rules are still designed to have a political party choose its nominee at a convention. That’s just the way it is. I can’t help it. Don’t hate me because I love the rules,” Haugland added.