Why 2017 Is Like 1969, by Charles Hugh Smith

STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Charles Hugh Smith considers the similarity between 2017 and 1969, and between Donald Trump and Richard Nixon. From Smith at oftwominds.com:

1969-2017: and here we are again, in so many ways.

A deeply polarizing new president, a disastrously misguided official narrative that the political Establishment doggedly supports despite a damning lack of evidence, and an economy teetering on the edge of recession–and worse.
Sound familiar? Welcome to 1969 redux. The similarities between the crises unfolding in 1969 and the present-day crises are not just skin-deep–they’re systemic.
Consider the basic parallels.
1. Nixon was if anything more polarizing than Trump. If there was any politician Democrats loved to hate, it was Nixon. Yet Nixon won a close race against an Establishment Democrat, at least partly because he ran as a “peace candidate” and because he spoke to the Silent Majority who disagreed with the nation’s direction. The Silent Majority was mocked and…

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