These are three more that “came into” my awareness, and are a bit more “nose up” than the first batch. The last one, by Charles Eisenstein, I particularly enjoyed… and align with.
The American Elections: A Perspective Offering Hope and Excitement from Adamu (Adamu, via Zingdad.com 11-12-16 (?))
“Now that the American elections are behind us, I can offer you some thoughts that may be useful to you without risking interference beyond that with which I am comfortable. What I wish you to understand is that this vote, this decision for a Trump presidency rather than a Clinton presidency, can be best summarized as “a disaster averted”.
“…Mr Trump is not a lackey to the Red Shield Illuminati. They did absolutely everything in their power to keep him from winning this race. And while they were working tirelessly to place Mrs Clinton in the White House, their attentions were diverted from some of their other efforts. And so, if you were attentive to world affairs rather than fixated solely on the US elections, you might have noticed during this time that the world inched back from the brink of Armageddon.
“What I wish for you to take away from this communiqué is that this is actually a great moment. Irrespective of what you think of either Mr Trump or Mrs Clinton. Because it really isn’t actually about either of those two personalities. This is a very necessary defeat for the Red Shield war machine. They were defeated before a single shot could be fired. And now we can forge forward together to bring truly great change to the planet and to humanity.”
Trump’s Victory Prevented World War 3 (Sputnik News 11-10-16)
“…according to Willy Wimmer, former Parliamentary State Secretary in the German Defense Ministry, with Hillary Clinton as president, a third world war would have been just around the corner… “I believe that the new American President, unlike his opponent, is ready for a reasonable, practicable and trustworthy collaboration with other countries in the world — and that gives me hope,” Wimmer emphasized.
“Wimmer believes that Trump will restore “classical” great power relations with other nations, most notably with the Russian Federation. In contrast to Trump, Clinton has repeatedly signaled that she was going to return to her husband’s European policy strategy, the German politician recalled, stressing that it was Bill Clinton who violated the Paris Charter by unleashing a war against Yugoslavia.
“As for NATO, Wimmer noted that the bloc has become a threat to world peace after it turned from a defensive alliance to “the assault machine.” “If the new American president realizes this, I would feel more comfortable than I do today while thinking about NATO,” the German politician pointed out.”
How the US election result could trigger a society of empathy (Charles Eisenstein, Positive News 11-11-16)
“Normal is coming unhinged. For the last eight years it has been possible for most people (at least in the relatively privileged classes) to believe that society is sound, that the system, though creaky, basically works, and that the progressive deterioration of everything from ecology to economy is a temporary deviation from the evolutionary imperative of progress.
“A Clinton presidency would have offered four more years of that pretence… The wolf, Donald Trump (and I’m not sure he’d be offended by that moniker) will not provide the usual sugarcoating on the poison pills the policy elites have foisted on us for the last 40 years.
“The dissolution of the old order that is now officially in progress is going to intensify. That presents a tremendous opportunity and danger, because when normal falls apart the ensuing vacuum draws in formerly unthinkable ideas from the margins. Unthinkable ideas range from rounding up the Muslims in concentration camps, to dismantling the military-industrial complex and closing down overseas military bases.
“This does not mean to withdraw from political conversation, but to rewrite its vocabulary… We need to confront an unjust, ecocidal system… If we can stare hate in the face and never waver from that knowledge, we will access inexhaustible tools of creative engagement, and hold a compelling invitation to the ‘haters’ to fulfill their beauty.”