When last I left Raymond Bernard’s three-part masterpiece, I was comparing Donald Trump to Jean Valjean.
But one thing is for sure: the world from which the Donald comes is that of the Thénardiers.
Anything for a buck.
To extend my past diatribe, every time Ted Cruz opens his mouth he merely helps the prospects of Mr. Trump.
I am convinced that Mr. Cruz made it through Harvard Law School by requesting his course materials be in coloring book format.
An intellectual debate between Cruz and George W. Bush would be a toss-up.
Cruz and W. are two of the most dense personages ever to have matriculated from Ivy League institutions.
But that is only part of the story.
Ted Cruz is a walking lie.
Ted Cruz is Edward Bernays’ 1928 book Propaganda with feet.
All of this is to say that there is something very wrong with the enemies which Donald Trump has made in his “wrecking-ball candidacy” (to borrow a phrase from the esteemed Dr. Webster Tarpley).
Fox News has created Donald Trump (the candidate) by badmouthing him for so long.
As Fox News has zero (ze-ro) credibility, this criticism has given credibility to Trump.
All of the major media outlets are bad, but none are as Twilight Zone, Orwell vicious as Fox News.
But we still have to examine these pesky Thénardiers.
For dramatic purposes (in the novel of Victor Hugo), they are “the arch conspirator[s]” (to borrow another phrase from another esteemed fellow, Mr. Len Bracken).
The Donald tells us [and I paraphrase], “Vote for me and you’ll find out who really knocked down the towers [WTC].” He tells us we might find it’s the Saudis…
That’s a brilliant maneuver.
Trump sunk Jeb Bush’s candidacy with fear.
Jeb’s got stuff to hide.
The family business might finally fall afoul of the law (officially) for the first time since Prescott.
Whatever the case may be, Bush got out.
Sure, his numbers were horrible, but I think Dr. Steve Pieczenik nailed it in a particular interview on the Alex Jones radio show. You can find a video of that [for the time being] under my “links” tab.
So getting back to these pesky Thénardiers, they would seem to be the vicious thugs who pulled off 9/11 (if we are to superimpose a humanist novel onto modern geopolitics).
A massive ad campaign (grassroots, of course) sounded the bell for the longest time that “9/11 was an inside job”.
While that may be true in many respects, it has all the hallmarks of a marketing tagline. Which is to say, what appeared to be an organic movement (9/11 Truth) may have been steered by the real culprits away from the bona fide jugular.
It certainly seems that the Thénardiers in question had many high-level moles (to borrow a line of reasoning from Tarpley) of the George W. Bush administration in thrall to their machinations.
But then another ad hoc deflection recently resurfaced. The “28 pages” chorus.
Alex Jones, who used to so vehemently pronounce that 9/11 was an inside job, recently became more concerned with the “28 pages”.
The “28 pages” seems to essentially be an attempt to blame Saudi Arabia for 9/11.
Therefore, Trump’s bombshell statement can either be taken at face value (to paraphrase, “You might come to find out that it was the Saudis…”) or as coded language.
If it is coded language, then it is brilliant.
But the question is this:
is Donald Trump a). Jean Valjean or b.) Thénardier?
Donald has done hard time in the free-range world of corporate stratagems.
The real question remains: does he have a heart?
Jean Valjean had a heart.
Thénardier had none.
As Cosette asks about the convicts, “Are they still human?”
Valjean answers “Sometimes.”
Did Donald make it through the gauntlet to finally bring the RIGHT perps to justice for 9/11?
I sincerely hope so.