The Trojan Horse Presidency – Dmitri Orlov

Dmitri Orlov – The Saker Nov 7, 2022

The US midterm elections are nigh and, as I happen to be a good and patriotic Russian national, it behooves me to meddle in them. Election-meddling is an example of Russia’s soft power, which is much nicer than Russia’s hard power, so you should be glad that it’s still on offer.

I am on record saying that “The United States is not a democracy and it doesn’t matter who is president” multiple times in multiple places, and I stand by that statement, which I believe to be a provable statement of fact. Statistics show that there is zero correlation between public preferences and public policy decisions but a strong correlation between business lobby group preferences and pubic policy decisions. Thus the US is not a democracy (rule by the people) but an oligopoly (rule by business groups). From this it follows that it doesn’t matter who is president because both parties of the Democrat-Republican duopoly are owned by the same set of business groups.

And so it doesn’t matter who is president and your vote means nothing? Granted; but then does it matter WHETHER there is a president? Methinks, it does!

What if the president is an organo-servo-robot, a senile puppet, backed up by a vice president specifically chosen for being even more feeble-minded? This is an excellent ploy for putting in power an extremist group that is only tangentially related to the usual business lobbies that determine what gets done in Washington. Don’t think of some vast and amorphous “deep state”: executing such a power grab requires tight coordination, some amount of secrecy or, at least, discretion, and, of course, vast sums of money. Think instead of a singularly well-endowed evil oligarch and his multiple minions whom he has carefully groomed and insinuated into positions of power.

The overall goal of such an extremist group may well go far beyond the usual interests of business lobbies, such as preserving shareholder equity, a wider spot at the federal subsidy trough, knocking down transnational barriers to trade and movement of capital, lower business taxes and so on. These zealots may well have an altogether different view of the future in mind, in which a tiny group of ultra-rich owns everything while the rest of us own nothing but, being made tame and docile through all sorts of medical and technical manipulation, feel happy about this state of affairs… like so many animals in a menagerie… not too many animals, mind you: drastic population reduction is likely a key goal of theirs.

What might the overall goals of this organization be? It’s not exactly a secret. Here’s a sample, taken from the “Goals 2030” document from the 2018 conference at the Complexity Institute in Santa Fe:

  • No private or personal property.
  • Guaranteed basic income for all who accept this “new normal.”
  • Cash free society; digital money (as a method of social control).
  • Hydrocarbon ratings for states and companies.
  • Tight social controls (via drones, facial recognition, etc.)
  • Rationing of all consumption, including energy and natural resources.
  • Patents on all seed stocks and restrictions on food production for personal use.
  • Almost total elimination of livestock. The remaining population to be fed a vegetarian diet augmented with artificial protein, insects, etc.
  • Population reduction through sterilization and birth control.
  • Enforced vaccination.
  • Ban on alternative forms of medicine.
  • Erasure of sexual (male/female) distinctions.
  • Child sterilization and castration (chemical and/or surgical).

Some people may recognize in this list various items that have been on offer for some time at the Davis conference and other venues. That famously went nowhere when the perennial Davos maître d’, a Mr. Klaus, if memory serves, teleconferenced in Putin and Xi to ask them whether they’d like to go along with such a plan. The two answered that, no, they have plans of their own that serve the needs of their people. This threw a large wrench into the works.

The plan (I am guessing) was to use the senile grandpa and his idiot sidekick as a Trojan horse to infest the White House, then use that position to destroy America, and then use America’s rotting corpse as a staging area for launching similar attacks worldwide. But if Putin and Xi, and with them 80% of the world, are having none of it, then what? Fight a war against Russia and China in tandem, and lose it? What then?

And so they now wait for the inevitable. Russia is done chewing through the original Ukrainian military and its Soviet-era weaponry stockpile and is now halfway through chewing through any remaining Ukrainian raw recruits (old men and children, essentially), plus NATO mercenaries and NATO’s weaponry stockpile, all without breaking a sweat. It is now gradually disabling all public works throughout the Ukrainian territory, much of that work being done using a low-budget artificially intelligent flying chainsaw called Geranium 2. (We Russians like names like that. A 152mm cannon is called Hyacinth B; a 240mm self-propelled mortar is called 2S4 Tulip. Would you like to smell our flowers?)

The lack of electricity, heat or running water gives the remaining half of the Ukrainian population a very good reason to pack their suitcases and head West. Those 15-20 million additional ornery Ukrainians demanding to be fed and housed will be sure to do wonders for Western morale. This will come at a time when Western restrictions on the import of Russian energy will begin to seriously bite. People won’t be pleased.

Do you think the not even particularly shadowy oligarch whose minions who are currently running amok in the White House have a plan for dealing with the horrible mess they have created? No, they do not. They are freaking out. Worse yet, they are losing narrative control. The Biden presidency no longer looks real; it looks like what it actually is: a hoax. And if he isn’t real, then who are the cockroaches that have been running amok in the White House these past two years?

At this point, only a very silly person might think that Biden, who can barely read an entire sentence from a teleprompter without stumbling at least once, keeps shaking hands with ghosts, calling out to dead people in the audience, needs multiple tries to correctly name the country on which he has spent $20 billion, was able to review, never mind write, those 100 presidential orders he has signed, 19 of them during his first week in office.

Then who did write them and why? Wouldn’t you like to find out? I can’t tell you how to vote, but I can tell you this: in some states (not all) there is a specific way you can vote to make it more likely that we will find out who these cockroaches are. Flushing them out of their hiding places in positions of power and stepping on them would come next.


5 Responses to “The Trojan Horse Presidency – Dmitri Orlov”

  1. pete fairhurst says:

    I really enjoy Dimitrys work, so much so that I subscribe to his Boosty channel [Russian Patreon equivalent] which cost me a few quid a month. It is worth it, he never fails to make me think and he has a dry humour too that I really enjoy

    He left Russia after the wall fell, fled the chaos and lived in a houseboat on the US western seaboard for a decade, or more. Took his family back to St Petersburg when he realised that the US was probably going to collapse in the same way as the USSR did and that Putin and his cabal had saved Russia. He thinks that it will be even worse in the US than it was in USSR

    Highly intelligent but approachable too. He always replies if I ask him something in the comments

    Then there is this:

    “Mr. Klaus, if memory serves, teleconferenced in Putin and Xi to ask them whether they’d like to go along with such a plan. The two answered that, no, they have plans of their own that serve the needs of their people. This threw a large wrench into the works.”

    I really hope that he is correct and tend to think that he is. Fingers cossed

  2. danceaway says:

    What you have written is so interesting, Pete. I, too, followed him when he was in America and living on houseboats, but then lost track of him. I did not realise he has returned to Russia. What a good decision.

    I, too, love his dry humour. If he is in Saint Petersburg, I think iearlgrey ( when he returns from his one-man ‘mobilisation’ to Donbass with John Mark Dougan) and he would hit it off, as Mike has the same dry humour, and would relish another interesting Russian contact, IMO. He is such an open and friendly person and loving living in Russia.
    Perhaps you could mention Mike and his work to Dmitry if appropriate?

    • pete fairhurst says:

      I will certainly do that danceaway. Dimitry is in the process of moving to the North of St P, nearer to Finland, if I recall. Not sure if that is a dacha or permenantly

      If you followed Dimitrys old blog then you might remember his work about the Russian hinterland. It is vast of course and he was very interesting indeed. His info about the countryside was fascinating, particularly about the “Russian stove” that is installed in all country houses

      It functions as a fire, a cooker, central heating, a bed [mattress on top of warm bricks], a sauna and a smokehouse. Constructed of brick and cast iron to contain the fire. Burns wood which is abundant. How to survive minus 30 odd in winter in great comfort

      Here is is current blog which just serves as an intro to Boosty now

  3. danceaway says:
    Massive Indoor Market, Voronezh
    John Mark, Mike (iearlgrey), and Masha in huge market today. They seem to be delayed ( car problem) on their way to Donbass; John Mark says they will travel down to Crimea and then up to Militipol. Mike comments about how his Russian is improving!

  4. danceaway says:

    Thank you so much for the link to Dmitri, Pete.