On the other hand, the Anglo American Dollar Faction (AADF) seems to have great interest in social engineering. I consider their culminated attitude a somewhat particular casualty of exorbitant privilege - one most clearly characterized among America's "celebrity class" (with which the AADF so cozily identifies).
There is no divergence here from the findings cited in The Championship. What bears further review however, is the conflicted mind of Trump - or more appropriately, the "influences" upon his speech writer - as he vacillates from the Anglo American military doctrinaire to the International Banker multi-polar doctrinaire.
Trump has no discernible conscience, and no firm position (other than the best interests of the Trump brand) and thus he remains the perfect front man for the struggle between these two great powers as they yank upon his strings. What matters is that for many years, the generational wealth represented by the international banking class favored the uni-polar dollar regime. Now they do not.
But again, please do not perceive this change as some moral awakening. The move to a multi-polar economic world order is purely profit driven. There is still some wealth to harvest from the U.S. middle class, but its over-indebtedness (in case you haven't heard) is a problem. Converting the multitude of conservative Asian savers into "progressive" Asian debtors is a much more lucrative enterprise.
As for Trump's corporation of the United States, perhaps in essence we are witnessing a grand compromise (or the desire for one) between the opposing forces as they battle. "Give us our military industrial adventurism to feed dollar wealth recycling within our borders, and we will give you your multi-polar financial system of sovereign nations" (as if the matter was ever negotiable).
Needless to say, "sovereign, independent nations ... rooted in their histories ... home to patriots" produces more hard working, civic minded and obedient debtors than the radical left societies of the politically correct entitled. Sorry to say, but that works fine only for as long as governments are solvent enough to fund the entitlements. When the issuing currency comes into question, the true definition of "conservatism" is articulated through ruling class prodding toward these "old world values."
As Trump ascends to new heights of wealth and power (as all U.S. Presidents now aspire to and achieve) he must dance to the tune of two great conflicting powers. The Lions are well into the fighting now and rejection of the dollar system is accelerating. Fed normalization is part of this. The BIS doesn't even need to direct this background policy. Progressive monetary group-think is motivation enough**Who does BIS really represent?"old world, gold economy, as viewed thru modern eyes" or " way to move from US$ without war".
How the little people are being managed through these changes is painful to observe. It boils down to the intense study of human nature and the evolving practice and perfection of human exploitation.
I leave you with an interesting video I have been watching. Perhaps you will see some connection, at a certain level, to the subject matter at hand.