Donald Trump
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45th President of the United States
Assumed office January 20, 2017
Vice President Mike Pence
Preceded by Barack Obama
Personal details
Born Donald John Trump(1946-06-14) June 14, 1946 (age 70)New York City
Political party Republican (1987–99, 2009–11, 2012–present)
Other political affiliations
Relations See Family of Donald Trump
Residence White House
Alma mater The Wharton School (B.S.inEcon.)
Net worth DecreaseUS$3.5 billion (March 2017)[1]
Signature Donald J Trump stylized autograph, in ink

The Cult of Trump

Dear President Trump; I don't know if you're interested in reading this, it's mostly about you. I found it extremely educational, although their "body of social research" fits Hillary, George Soros & Fake News, much better than you. Asserting that you "have an instinctive sense for manipulation, using fear to make crowds putty in your hands, your speeches go through a litany of perceived threats, so says a body of social research called Terror Management", especially gags me. That doesn't resemble you at all. Your speeches make sense and give people hope. Why others can't, don't hear, believe what you say, even after you've done what you said you would do, bewilders my soul. "How Political Mind Control Works; the use of (LIES), Propaganda to divide and conquer a population enables stories about reality to float about the minds of many people who reflexively repeat them each time relevant prompts are present in their environment, creates a situation where illusion, (LIES), are the most powerful tool for social control", answers a lot of my; why do people act the way they do, questions. Learning about the "False Memory Foundation" was definitely an eyeopener for me. I suspected they learned to double talk somewhere.

The Cult of Trump was listed in the S.M.A.R.T (Stop Mind control And Ritual abuse Today), January 17, 2017 newsletter states; “The purpose of this newsletter is to help stop secretive organizations and groups from abusing others and to help those who allege they have been abused by such organizations and groups”. The letter includes a list of speakers and topics presented May 2016 at the S.M.A.R.T, Survivorship Ritual Abuse and Mind Control Conference. Sandwiched in with Alison Miller's presentation; “Working with Deliberately Structured Personality Systems”, Wendy Hoffman; satanic cult perpetrator groups, Jason Miller; ‘racehorse theory’ of genetics, eugenics, Adolf Hitler, Holocaust, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Bill Cosby, sexual assault, Fox News, Bill O’Reilly, Roger Ailes, Vanity Fair Confidential, Fran’s Day Care Keller case of satanic abuse, Doug Perry; occult, devil worshipers, Hosanna Church Louis Lamonica Jr; satanic rituals, child sexual abuse, animal sacrifice, L Ron Hubbard The Church Of Scientology, Jon Benét Ramsey, Sharia courts, South Korean President Shaman Cult Scandal, Eric Aniva, witch doctors, albinism, British sex slaves and others, Neil Brick, a mental health councilor, editor of the S.M.A.R.T newsletter lectured on “Freedom from Mind Control - Subliminal Methods and Mind control influence our lives in all areas,” Donald Trump, The Cult of Trump, Hate Crimes, xenophobia, Islamophobia, and sex scandals. ; Connected papers include an article published on Alter Net, written by David Dillard-Wright, associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina, titled Explaining The Cult of Trump, emphasized “Trump has an instinctive sense for manipulation, he uses fear to make crowds become putty in his hands”. Fear makes for bad decisions, so says a body of research in social psychology (TMT) Terror Management Theory by Sheldon Solomon at Skidmore University. Dr. Solomon and his co-authors theorize; “the awareness of death and perceived threats to well-being create a need to reinforce self-esteem and social status. The Trump rally speeches go through a litany of perceived threats to the American worker; Immigrants, terrorists who want to kill us, taking our jobs, the media that wants to silence us”. Trump is no social psychologist but he has an instinctive sense for crowds. The purpose of this rhetoric is to tear down the listener to a point of malleability at which point he (alone) supplies the answer in his (I alone can fix it) speech last summer at the Republican National Convention. Any form of difference can be morphed into hatred channeled for religious or political ends. The Trump family Cult of Trump has become to America what the Kim family is to North Korea. We can still resist the Cult of Trump if every person who cares for the natural environment, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, women’s rights, anyone who cares about anything except corporate profits and the billionaire class has a duty to oppose this incoming illegitimate regime in any way possible. In the name of a false and undesirable unity, we cannot allow the rights of minorities to be trampled, the rights of women to be taken away or the environment further despoiled. We have to fight now to stop the racist misogynist corporate takeover of our government by this toxic death cult.” In 1996, Alex Constantine wrote a book; “The McMartin Preschool Revisited in Virtual Government, CIA Mind Control Operations in America”.

Paul Bynum graduated from college in 1972 and joined the Hermosa Beach police department a year later. At 31 he was promoted to the rank of chief detective. In 1976 he was assigned to investigate the murder of Karen Klaas, the divorced wife of Bill Medley, a vocalist with the Righteous Brothers. Karen was raped and murdered one morning about an hour after dropping her five-year-old son off at the McMartin Preschool in Manhattan Beach. Police had no indication she knew the man who assaulted her, speculating she had been stalked.

In 1979, Paul Bynum was forced out of the police department without explanation, despite an unblemished record. He chalked it up to internal politics, “paranoia” and started a new career as a private investigator. In 1984, shortly after indictments were handed to defendants in the McMartin child molestation case, Karen's estranged husband Gerald Klaas drove off a cliff in Oregon and was killed. It was rumored the Klaas' deaths and the McMartin case may have been related but police said “no”... (nothing here). “We have no leads, no suspects and we’re not coordinating with Manhattan Beach”.
In March 1984, Paul Bynum was retained by the Buckeys’ defense attorney. In the course of his investigation, Bynum discovered that hundreds of children alleged molestation took place at the preschool he had proof that children had been abused at the preschool. In 1986 he was called by the prosecution to testify at the trial of McMartin teacher Ray Buckey, but his suicide preempted his court appearance, leaving some parents in the case convinced he’d been murdered. Paul Bynum's wife discovered his body at 5:45 in the morning. He died of a head shot from a 38 caliber pistol. That here was no hint of suicide reminding them of the odd death of Judy Johnson.

The world was told redundantly that ABC’s Wayne Satz, the reporter who broke the McMartin preschool case was killed by a heart attack in December 1992 at the age of 47. It was later revealed that Satz and Kee MacFarlane, a therapist testifying for the prosecution had an affair. Several hundred children were interviewed by Children's Institute International, a Los Angeles abuse therapy clinic run by Kee MacFarlane. Dr. Michael Maloney, a British clinical psychologist, professor of psychiatry was critical of their interviewing techniques, referring to them as improper, coercive, directive, problematic and adult-directed in a way that forced the children to follow a rigid script. They were highly suggestive and invited children to pretend or speculate about supposed events, concluding that many of the kid's statements in the interviews were generated by the examiner. Oliver Stone jumped on the band wagon & made a film for HBO, written by Abby Mann. Mann theorized “Hysteria in Manhattan Beach” was kindled when a child returned home from school with a red bottom, hardly constitutes media spin”. It was in fact, participation in a felony, Judy's son hadn’t been spanked. The account of the case pounded into the collective memory by media repetition went far to distort the facts. When the boy returned home from school he was bleeding from the anus. Judy Johnson, mother of the Manhattan Beach California preschool student reported to the police her son had been sodomized by her estranged husband and Ray Buckey, a McMartin Preschool teacher. Ray Buckey is the grandson of the school founder, Virginia McMartin and son of the administrator Peggy McMartin Buckey. Judy Johnson made several more accusations, naming people at the daycare's sexual encounters with animals. She was diagnosed and hospitalized for acute paranoid schizophrenia. In 1986, before the preliminary hearing concluded, Judy was found dead in her home from complications of chronic alcoholism. Judy Johnson was the first mother to speak publicly about child molestation at McMartin. Her life inverted the day her son came home from the school bleeding. Her odd death; alcohol toxicity claimed her life flamed the belief that Paul Bynum had been murdered.

In the press, sympathizers of the Buckeys went to great lengths to portray her as “crazy” to believe she’d been poisoned and felt it necessary to keep a gun in the house. In 1992, therapists at the L.A. Commission for Women’s Ritual Abuse Task Force were also poisoned, their allegations were corroborated by medical reports. The Los Angeles Times was given the reports but ignored them alleging “the therapists were paranoid fantasists, alcohol poisoned her; when her husband appeared to have joined in the harassment campaign she turned to alcohol. She was allergic to alcohol, it poisoned her.” The death of Judy Johnson was met with howls of laughter in greater Los Angeles, the “delusional paranoiac who set in motion a wave of hysteria carried throughout Southern California by sensational press, contaminated lives, decimating families everywhere”. “A groundless witch-hunt” was the explanation doled out by “experts” from “leading” universities.

Debbie Nathan a widely published skeptic of ritual abuse, scion of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation heaped ridicule on the children's tunnel allegations in the McMartin case. She maintained the McMartin site had been “painstakingly probed for tunnels and none were found”... (nothing here) Nevertheless, children who attended the preschool still insisted they were abused. The detailed memories their parents recall were not from suggestive questioning, but telephoned death threats and long hours of testimony by dozens of children. Some suffered deep emotional problems requiring hospitalization.

Debbie Nathan's account was a fabrication. The False Memory Syndrome Foundation, a nonprofit organization was founded by Pamela and Peter Freyd in 1992 after their adult daughter, Professor Jennifer Freyd accused her father of sexual abuse when she was a child. The FMSF is largely directed by CIA psychiatrists with backgrounds in mind control experimentation.

Wayne Thomas Satz, the reporter who first reported on the McMartin Preschool child abuse, presented unchallenged views of the children's and parents' claims. During the case, Satz entered into a romantic relationship with Kee MacFarlane, the social worker at the Children's Institute International who was interviewing the children. Satz did not reveal the relationship and continued reporting the unchallenged claims. In 1986 a new district attorney called the evidence "incredibly weak" and dropped all charges against Virginia McMartin... (nothing here). Parents were left to ponder a physician’s report that one child suffered “blunt force trauma” of sexual areas, and why some of the toddlers in the care of the McMartins had “chlamydia”, a sexually transmitted infection. The prosecution gave up trying to obtain a conviction against Ray Buckey in 1990. The case was closed with all charges dismissed. The account of the case pounded into collective memory by media repetition went far to distort the facts. According to Noel Greenwood, Los Angeles Times editor; “Wide spread media coverage was a mean-spirited campaign organized to discredit the children and their therapists. Traumatic crimes reported by victims of sexual abuse bear uncanny resemblance to a specialty of certain federal agencies classified mind control programming; cult cut-outs on the black budget payroll”. Children are often ridiculed claiming some of their charges are impossible. In a five-part series that appeared after the hung jury verdict of Ray Buckey’s first trial, Los Angeles Times reporter David Shaw found that Mann’s writing staff, circle of disinformationists shaped public opinion on the McMartin case.

July 21, 2016, Joe Brewer published; How Political Mind Control Works. "The use of propaganda to divide and conquer a population enables stories about reality to float across the minds of many people who reflexively repeat them each time something relevant prompts are present in their environments, creates a situation where illusion is the most powerful tool for social control available".

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