Wright Mills, in his book “The Power Elite” (1956), indicates that the key to understanding American unrest is to be found in the over-organization of its society.
Thus, according to Mills, the establishment would be “the elite group formed by the union of the US political, military, economic, academic and mass media sub-elites”, pressure lobbies that would be interconnected through “an uneasy alliance based on their community of interests and directed by military metaphysics”.
This concept is based on a military definition of reality and would have transformed the economy into a permanent economic war.
The American political system would also pivot on the alternation in power of the Democratic and Republican parties and would use the invisible dictatorship of compulsive consumerism of material goods to annul the ideals of the original individual and transform him into an uncritical, fearful, and conformist being who will inevitably swell the ranks of a homogeneous, uniform and easily manipulated society through the techniques of mass manipulation.
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The disjointed puzzle of ordered chaos can be sketched through the so-called “Catastrophe Theory” of the French scientist René Thom and would be based on two antinomian concepts in an attempt to “understand the hierarchical order of biological complexity”.
Thus, the concept of stability or equilibrium refers to “a system that remains stable even if it undergoes change”, principles that, transferred to the US political sphere, would translate into the alternation of power between the Democratic and Republican parties.
Another pillar of the system would be the maintenance of a neoliberal economic system based on the strength of the dollar and a geopolitical doctrine based on the role of the US as the gendarme of a unipolar world made up of allied countries (which have become mere subjects) and enemy countries as the embodiment of evil.
On the opposite shore, we find the concept of qualitative change or discontinuity that occurs when “simple quantitative changes become something else and the system is radically transformed internally into a new reality that modifies its internal equilibrium situation and creates a new situation”.
Such a thesis would be represented by Trump and would symbolize a radical change in the cartography of the sui generis American democracy as the new political system is based on a Presidentialism with clear autocratic overtones and on the geopolitical Doctrine of Isolationism, which for the globalists would be the advent of chaos.
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Trump’s victory in 2024 would thus represent the end of the Atlanticist strategy of Biden and Soros, who were determined to oust Putin from power, the signing of a peace agreement in Ukraine and a return to the Doctrine of Peaceful Coexistence with Russia.
This would entail the enthronement of the G-3 (US, Russia, and China) as “primus inter pares” in world governance and would be a missile in the waterline of the geopolitical interests of the so-called “Club of Islands” with assets close to €10 trillion and whose visible head, according to Russian spy Daniel Estulin, would be the financier and expert designer of “color revolutions”, George Soros, so we are at the beginning of a Soros-Trump duel in which only one of them can survive.
Thus, the US Intelligence Community (the Fourth Branch of Government according to Tom Engelhardt), a pathogenic agent of a totalitarian nature that has become a parallel state and true shadow power, has been phagocytized by George Soros‘ “Club of Islands” and has conspired against a Trump who is a supporter of the Primus InterPares or G3 Geopolitics.
In the event of failure of the current judicial offensive against Trump to disqualify him politically and prevent his possible victory in the 2024 Presidential Elections, the gestation of an endogenous plot to neutralize him would not be ruled out.
By Germán Gorraiz López- Political analyst