Research Group Early Access - Ancestral Productions 1-24-2021 YouTube video
January 23, 2021
Greetings All,

This Sunday's YouTube video is here. It is Part 2 of the “Thanks Again Donald Trump!” video launched last week. We’ve also added Antonio Moore’s profile to the Ancestral Productions Brain 2021 scholars section. As noted, Mr. Moore is the co-founder of the ADOS Movement. 

The first section of Chapter 4 of “Preview to A Book of Thoth” opens Monday, February 1st. On Sunday, February 7th, you will receive the link to the Olodumare.info Brain that we will add to every Monday concurrent with the Ancestral Productions Brain. This change begins Monday, February 15th. You will receive more details about this later.

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I agree with you that Trump did a lot to accelerate how much 'overt racism' exists in the United States and how wealthy individuals and corporations can use their wealth to rob from society. However, I reach a different conclusion about Trump's intelligence. You claim brilliance but I say he has average to just above average intelligence, and his entire life reinforces my opinion. He needed a proxy to take the college entrance exam. Before his father transitioned, he consistently bailed out Trump's ventures. Because of his need to be right in ALL things, he is subject to manipulation. Consequently, he does not have long-term friends. At least to my knowledge, I do not know of any high school or college friends he still communicates with. He burns bridges everywhere he goes. There is not one bank in the United States who will loan him money anymore. Trump must finance from outside the US, and now Deutsche Bank will not longer support him. The New York elite have never accepted him as one of their own, no matter how hard he tried. He's a self-aggrandizing bully who is smart enough to know how to use people to accomplish things he wants to do, because he has money and hires people to the real 'thinking'. Borrow from the library Bob Woodward's book, 'Fear' and learn who ran his 2016 campaign, see what happened to them during his presidency and how many of those helped him in 2020. He is not brilliant. The book is not worth buying, but worth a quick read from the library. I buy books I want to re-read and there is no need to re-read 'Fear'.

I liken Trump to the character Maynard Walker in Ta-Nehisi Coates' novel, The Water Dancer. Maynard is born into the white, plantation elite in Virginia, known as the 'quality' in the book. He grows up being selfish, foolish (trusting his instincts rather than thoughtful debate), and only cares about himself. Therefore, he is not liked by the Virginia elite, who tolerate him because they must as he was born into their class. Every year, the elite (quality) hold a horse race, much like the modern Kentucky Derby. They all arrive in their finest and watch the race from their own booth. They shun Maynard. So, Maynard goes down to the local, ordinary, everyday white people and parties with them. He is a HUGE favorite, because one of the elite (quality) is 'with' them and showers his praise on them and in return they shower praise back at him, acknowledging his status. This is how I see Trump, an elite who came down from his 'black' tower (trump tower in Manhattan is black) to commingle with the masses. They lavish praise and MONEY upon him. He eats this up! Of course he must reinforce their values, (overt & covert racism, pro white nationalism, narrow view of the world, conservative christianity...etc). In 2016 BIG MONEY was behind him more than Hilary. And so he won. He had the people and BIG MONEY. 2020 is different, because Trump is not brilliant. BIG MONEY leaves him and moves to Biden. He exposed the world how racist and corrupt the United States truly is. The elite do not like this exposure, so moved their money away from him. Trump chose to support those who were the most vocal, the most blatant of racists. Today's America, in its collective, does NOT like overt racism. Covert racism is fine and still encouraged in all institutions. The more covert the better, see Lee Atwater's 1981 quote how Republican politicians use 'covert words & phrases' to indicate to racists they, the politicians' support their racist beliefs. Trump, because of who he is, exposed how the wealthy CAN manipulate society/government to increase their wealth. This is why he has popular grass-roots support but lost the BIG MONEY backing and therefore the election. BIG MONEY will sacrifice anyone to maintain their privilege. Always have and always will.(see Bear & Stearns sacrifice during wall street collapse in 2008-2009 as an example).

While I agree on your points in this video, especially how 'white privilege' is exposed and that Hilary is reinforces covert-sinister 'white privilege,' and enjoyed watching it, I have a different perspective regarding Trump's intelligence. Wow, re-reading what I wrote, I guess I had a lot to say. Thank you for the space to write my opinion.

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Greetings Court Jones,

Thank you for the breadth of the data you offered about Trump. We seem to have very different views of him, but there seem to be several common overlaps as well. I found your comparison of him to the Coates film character interesting. 

I’m still inclined toward Michael Moore’s fun but serious view of Trump as “an evil genius”. I maintain his ability to think and move outside the box and habitually go off script from his advisors, who are supposed to do the “real thinking,” and succeed, shows he is often on another level where it counts. His ability to see beyond others' political scope, leverage their assumptions, and capitalize on their arrogance (i.e., the democrat and republican “elite”) in his presidential election is one of the greatest upsets in political history. I remain deeply impressed by that. And I agree with Michael Moore that underestimating him is ill advised. The democratic establishment and their connection to the mainstream media seem to get this now however - after getting their collective asses kicked by him in 2016 - and this seems to show when we consider how his right to free speech is now being violated by twitter and other social media networks (something which I disagree) and the democrats new impeachment proceeding goal of trying to ban him from ever running for office again (which many republicans support also). You don’t take all those measures for someone that is stupid. I see a brilliance in Trump that they fear. His enticing the capitol uprising admittedly aligns well with much of your analysis however and the same for his going too aggressive with Biden in the presidential debate which may in time be looked at in historical contexts as a turning point marking his presidential descent. “Bullying” is Trump’s style. There is already massive interest to see how he bounces back. 

Most excellent of all about him for me is that he polarized the country's racism in a way that cannot be ignored again, and the major negative consequences of this are on the racists. Fantastic. I do NOT think this was part of his plan. I am thus grateful for his shortcomings and his bullying.

In any case, I see in our differing analysis of Trump an ebb and flow that still at many points seem to fit.

Peace and blessings Court Jones and thank you for the new data 

Good morning, Ancestral Productions
It is interesting how we can see the same events and reach different conclusions. Regardless of our differing opinions, m I agree with your statement,

"Most excellent of all about him for me is that he polarized the country's racism in a way that cannot be ignored again, and the major negative consequences of this are on the racists. Fantastic. I do NOT think this was part of his plan. I am thus grateful for his shortcomings and his bullying."

His actions exposed for the world to see in a way that cannot be unseen or written off the depth and intensity of the racism/hatred and associated explicit violence in the United States and the level of support that still exists. It will be interesting to see how the world reacts now that Trump is gone.

May the Divine always shine upon you ⦿

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Indeed Good Morning Court Jones,

"It is interesting how we can see the same events and reach different conclusions."

That is bound to happen sometimes. How/If Trump bounces back I think will offer us more light on matter.

"His actions exposed for the world to see in a way that cannot be unseen or written off the depth and intensity of the racism/hatred and associated explicit violence in the United States and the level of support that still exists. It will be interesting to see how the world reacts now that Trump is gone".

Agreed. And I too think it will be interesting Court Jones.

Peace and Blessings

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