Adhesion is not to be confused with cohesion behind President Trump’s landslide victory over Hillary Clinton. The media and people making a sole attempt at “jumping in front of the parade does not make you a leader“.
Previously I had written about this political quagmire, basically leaving it with Jared Kushner, and his brother Josh tied into George Soros. This quagmire is really convoluted given Jared grew up with politicians like Hillary Clinton and Al Gore coming to his parent’s house in New Jersey.
Steve Bannon is literally on the other side in the administration with very few allies in comparison to Jared Kushner.
Steve Bannon grew up in a working class democrat family, who went on to get an MBA with honors at Harvard Business School, and served as an officer with the U.S. Navy. He later met Andrew Breitbart, and upon Andrew’s death, took over Breitbart as Executive Chair. In short, Steve Bannon is a populist/nationalist with his finger on the pulse of the American voter at large.
(UPDATE: Bannon was ultimately a paid employee by Mercers.)
Jared Kushner is the topic at hand for the Trump supporters, because he’s virtually invisible to the media which he reportedly despises. Kushner purchased the Observer to give himself a voice as a real estate businessman.
The newspaper served its purpose, though, as Kushner’s foothold in New York, where he made strategic friendships with older media moguls, like Rupert Murdoch and Barry Diller, who understood the workings of power in the city.
Here’s a little something on Barry Diller, Chairman of Expedia, and what he thinks of our President, Donald Trump:
“There’s nobody that I’ve ever known, ever, that’s risen to the presidency that was actually of evil character,” he told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.” “Anybody who attacks people in the manner that he attacks people … that’s evil.”
Media moguls, the politicians who began visiting Jared Kushner’s house growing up, speak vehemently wielding words, in their own constructed arena influencing the minds of ignorant viewers or onlookers.
How does America stand a chance if Jared whispers in the ear of Donald J. Trump and Ivanka has her own set of liberal opinions and agendas she has set in motion, beginning with childcare?
Answer: By fully comprehending the definition, appearance, and core principles of the word “cadre”.
The definition of “cadre” is:
- 1:frame, framework… the current specialisms and cadres of our university curricula … — H. M. McLuhan
- 2: a nucleus or core group especially of trained personnel able to assume control and to train others; broadly: a group of people having some unifying relationship a cadre of lawyersa cadre of technicians
- 3: a cell of indoctrinated leaders active in promoting the interests of a revolutionary party
- 4: a member of a cadre
Taking a step back, this writer wrote “Jared and Josh Kushner started a company named Cadre” and again George Soros backed the Kushner brothers with a reported $250 million. To see Cadre’s website just click here.
It’s reported by Forbes that Jared Kushner held his first interview with their magazine after President Trump won the election, and Jared was also accompanied by his cadre, a dozen people. Most common folks don’t use “high brow” lingo to impress the elite, so we say “posse” not cadre.
Part of Kushner’s cadre or posse was Peter Thiel, the only real figure from Silicon Vally who came out to notably support Tump.
The following quote is by Forbes, and one needs to be mindful when reading any media, that it will be slanted to their readers, therefore pertinent information is omitted like “George Soros”. Yet now one can begin to see the tie between Peter Thiel, Josh Kushner’s insurance company Oscar Health, and Jared Kushner.
[Jared Kushner] had invested more broadly, including in media (in 2006 he bought the New York Observer) and digital commerce (he helped launch Cadre, an online marketplace for big real estate deals). More important, he knew the right crowd: co-investors in Cadre include Thiel and Alibaba’s Jack Ma–and Kushner’s younger brother, Josh, a formidable venture capitalist who also cofounded the $2.7 billion insurance unicorn Oscar Health.
The following quote is where Jared Kushner exposes to Forbes, that all the media praise and hype for vainglory was not solely earned.
It appears Jared Kushner’s ostentatious success depends on a “cadre”, while the media narrative plays into his hand with praise. Could it be because Jared Kushner’s public persona went from being the son of a felon, to Ivanka Trump’s husband, to the President’s son-in-law?
You’re free to decide. You’re also free to let your voice be heard.
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I’ll just put this here. It’s November 8, 2017, approximately 7-8 months after I wrote this piece – It’s by Newsweek.