After the midterm election, a major part of the political class will further embrace insanity as a coping mechanism

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Tuesday’s mid-term elections will not be a turning point for the United States. That happened when we elected Donald Trump in 2016. The roots of Trump’s win were seeded back in 2008 with Ron Paul. And today the words I wrote then I think hold the key to understanding what is happening around the world today. Paul has offered himself as the figure-head for a revolution that was mature enough, finally, to find him. His campaign is a spontaneous and self-organizing uprising of human frustration; acknowledging that it’s truly time for a change in direction for this society and the responsibility that comes with that knowledge. Substitute Trump, Orban, Putin, Farage, Le Pen, Salvini or Kurz for Paul and that sentence is just as valid. Ron Paul was our Guy Fawkes. But unlike Fawkes Paul eschewed all forms of violence to achieve his goals. And if you look at the film version of Alan Moore’s V for Vendetta which inspired my 2008 article that is exactly what the people of England do. Again,…

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