The goal of any insurgency is to work earnestly against the ruling power structure.
Look closely at the avatar (pictured image) that I have continually used since we formed this Last Refuge.
What you’ll note is it represents a singular character who recognizes the power structure is two political parties that no longer represent the people; but rather represent their own interests, the “UniParty” of Limo-Democrats and Vichy Republicans.
DC representing their own best interests, financial interests, the interests of Wall Street and Globalists.
The Democrats and Republicans working together to maintain their collective place at the political trough, and a character personified by a patriot trying to dispatch that ideological alignment.
There is a very good reason why this little corner of the internet is labeled The Last Refuge. An example today is highlighted in Maryland at CPAC, where Speaker of the House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, gave a speech and received a standing ovation from “conservatives” in the audience.
The “conservative” audience stood and cheered for a former chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, a federal “Budget Expert”, who only two months ago spearheaded the passage of an Omnibus Spending Bill giving the government unlimited spending and elimination of the debt ceiling.
The “conservative” CPAC audience stood and cheered for a budget chairman who never passed a single budget, and instead for the past 8 consecutive fiscal years has maintained federal spending growth through continuing resolutions and omnibus spending bills.
Speaker Paul Ryan received a standing ovation.
Stop and think about that for a few minutes.
So when you look at the election today – think about the same mindset characterized within those cheering fans are also showing up at the polls.
It should come as no surprise to see the onslaught of the national media and republican party’s professional propaganda working diligently on the psyche of the electorate. If the professional political class can “gaslight” an electorate so successfully as to get an audience consisting of thousands of “conservatives” to cheer for Paul Ryan, what exactly do you think is possible in all of the remaining states that hold elections?
This is a delegate race now. The goal of the UniParty, including professional Democrats, professional Republicans and the Wall Street interests they represent, is to stop the vulgarian Donald Trump from casting them into irrelevance. They are fighting for their livelihood… There are trillions of dollars of graft at stake.
Their goal, as openly admitted by UniParty leadership (Mitt Romney et al) is to block Donald Trump. The tool to block candidate Trump is to use the same splitter strategy they constructed in 2014 when it was originally designed to benefit Jeb Bush; only with this modified approach they want to block candidate Trump.
Anyone who can assist the UniParty is currently useful, including Senator Ted Cruz. The crowds will cheer for their success just like the crowds at CPAC today cheered for Paul Ryan.
This is the Last Refuge, and candidate Donald Trump is the best hope for the insurgency.
It is about delegates, not states – D.E.L.E.G.A.T.E.S.
Keeping UniParty Senator Marco Rubio below certain thresholds is critical. Keeping Wall Street’s Ted Cruz below certain thresholds (50%) is critical. Gaining delegates to maintain a sizable lead is critical. Winning states is NOT critical.
If Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz can both arrive at the National Republican Convention having amassed most of the delegates, a fight will begin for who should win the nomination.
At that point the argument should be who is the better candidate to defeat Hillary Clinton, and reasonable people will admit candidate Trump has shown an ability to win with independents, blue collar democrats, Reagan Dems, blue-dogs and the America-First independent-minded common sense electorate.
The argument “should be“…
…..however, today “conservatives” stood and cheered for Speaker Paul Ryan.
So keep expectations in perspective.