I now say this, deliberating on a topical subject.
The (Dem) candidate didn't win the election. For some reason I'm rather glad of that.
Then what about the actual winner, (Rep) candidate Donald Trump? Is it true, as the just linked post intimates, that he in the total process won't be president, won't be sworn in in January? Is it true that, as the post quotes, "[t]he Donald knows full well he will never be President, as such he’s playing a role of informing the public, subtly and not so subtly sometimes, of the cabal’s deceit in service of the Republic.”
Will Trump step down in favor of Speaker of the House Paul Ryan?
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These are rumors. Of a persistent nature. And -- the mere fact of Trump winning the election makes the September post where I first aired these rumors still topical.
So remember this, for what it's worth. Surprises might await us ahead. Again, it was fine that HRC didn't win. The election result should probably be seen as a victory for peace and such. But we're still in the grey area.
Because -- the US Republic is in a sordid state. And in need of restoration -- a restoration to constitutional government.
Is this what we see now, played out before our eyes? Or, "secret now, public later"?
I don't know. And I don't take responsibility for all the aspects in this.
Here's a summation of the conceptual landscape ahead, an explanation of terms like Nesara, Paris Treaty, US, Inc. etc. etc.
Role of Trump
Picture taken by me, LS, on the Christer Strömholm-exposition, held in Sundsvall's Library in September.