MAGA 101: Donald Trump’s Mind Control Secrets


The secrets of master manipulator Donald Trump, the Reality TV Star who has successfully transformed millions of proud American workers into reflexive rule followers and tools of the rich, are now being made available to the public for the first time.

For just $29.95 you can learn how to reduce a strong individual to doglike obedience via the Trump Conditioning Complex. The book details the patented system which elevated a humble trust fund baby to the presidency in 2016, in the greatest feat of mass brain washing since Adolf Hitler transformed the peaceful Weimar Republic into the Nazi killing machine.

You’ll get an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the modest billionaire who is transforming America from a bastion of egalitarian democracy into a corporate oligarchy and police state. A place where the super rich are feared and respected, and decent working people know their place.

A good Wingnut is formed, not made – just like an obedient dog – via years of repetitive training and consistent reinforcement, according to the Trump Conditioning Complex. That means rewards and punishment. It means replacing the painful truths of the free press with the comforting lies of The Right Wing Noise Machine; replacing principled leaders with ruthless opportunists; and habitually denigrating anyone who champions democracy, equality, and The Golden Rule.

“The fundamentals of human brainwashing are not all that different from dog training,” Trump said. “You tell them they’re good and reward them when they do what you want. When they don’t, you hurt them. Either by bullying them, firing them, cutting their pay, giving them a bad reference or using the legal system to impoverish and imprison them.”

It’s helpful to have a boogeyman, too, according to Trump. Some shared enemy who can serve as a faceless and voiceless target for a lackey’s pent-up frustrations. Like say Muslims, Jews, the poor, gays, Hispanics, Blacks, women, feminists, disabled people, liberals, progressives, North Korea, Iran, Syria, China, France, Germany, Canada, Mexico and any of the so-called “shithole” countries.

“Focusing the masses on an easy target keeps from thinking about who’s holding the other end of their leash,” explained Ivanka Trump, the president’s senior advisor, daughter and heir. “A group scapegoat serves the same purpose as the training dummies which guard dogs are taught to attack. In the sense that bullying a helpless opponent acclimates them to blind obedience and brutality.”

From basic obedience commands to advanced tricks, the Trump Conditioning Complex will walk you through the rewarding, fun and profitable process of turning strong individuals into mindless robots. One that allows the Predatory 1 Percent to maximize corporate profit growth by stripping entire generations of freedom-loving Americans of their capacity for critical analysis, healthy cynicism, and independent thought.

Case in point, the public acceptance of systemic political corruption and massive tax giveaways to the rich, and the rise of payday lending, for-profit healthcare and for-profit college schemes which lock the masses into a lifetime of debt.

The book is not just for Republicans, according to Trump. It’s for any self-respecting silver spoon who enjoys pretending they’re inherently better than the poor schmucks not born into great wealth. A group that includes Corporate Democrats like Senators Nancy Pelosi, Cory Booker, and Chuck Schumer and the Clinton Family.

“True democracy doesn’t work for the children of the super rich, because it inevitably levels us with workers,” Corporate Democratic Chelsea Chelsea Clinton said, citing the chaos of the antiwar period of the 1970s. 

“Allowing wealthy and poor Americans to serve beside one another in America’s armed forces undermined the myth of rich entitlement,” Clinton said. “It also made it impossible to wage wars of aggression. That changed when we got rid of the draft, started sending rich kids to private school, and began using velvet ropes and membership fees at the clubs where we socialize.”

Afterward, the rich no longer needed to attempt to lead by example or engage in the knowing fiction of the so-called “just war.”

Clinton cites her experience as a national correspondent for MSNBC as a perfect example of the futility of the old approach to hereditary power.

“So, there I was playing journalist beside Meghan McCain and Jenna Hanger Bush, and we were just terrible at it,” she said. “It was a total disaster. I mean, how are we supposed to lead people by example who get up at 6 a.m. every morning and work their asses off until 10 or 11 o’clock at night when our idea of hard work is calling a servant. They wouldn’t even let us bring in our ghostwriters.”

Trump concurs with that assessment. 

The ideal way for pampered, rich parasites to enslave the masses is to create the illusion of supremacy, he said, rather than rely on some form of demonstrated excellence. Hollywood has done its part with affluent superhero films like Batman and Iron Man. Also, by focusing the American Greed TV series on small-time crooks and con artists. Instead of the instances of big corporate misconduct it started out with.

Rich enslavement of the poor is as old as the pyramids and as natural wolves killing sheep, Trump said.

“The only way to make it work at the macro level is to create the illusion of superiority,” Trump said. “For example, if the masses knew I quit Fordham University in 1966 because I was afraid to walk the streets of the Bronx and ride the subway, they’d never respect me. By firing people on TV and yelling at reporters who can’t yell back, I create the illusion of the very toughness and grit I lack. Just as a dog trainer does when they activate a shock collar.”

Tom Donahue, head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, made the same points at a seminar Friday entitled “Hoodwinking the Masses: How to Cultivate a Cowardly Workforce.” The Trump Conditioning Complex was the class textbook.

Kountry Klub Kommandos could never have taken the entire life savings of workers requiring medical care when The Greatest Generation was in its prime, Donahue said. Much less allowed the big banks to steal millions of middle class homes as they did during the Great Recession. 

“There would have been blood in the streets,” Donahue said. “But after 9/11 we were able to use fear, social media, and Fox News to completely remake American society. We groomed the battlefield, if you will, for Trump. Now, the masses are content to follow the lead of the rich, instead of thinking for themselves. Some of them have even begun to equate blind obedience with patriotism.”

Why does it work?

It works because the masses are stupid, according to Trump.

“You know how kids want your to read them a bedtime story when they’re little?” Trump said. “Well, that’s basically the mindset of the useful idiots who support me. They’d rather hear some fairy tale about American Exceptionalism then deal with the agony of painful truths. So that’s what I give them – fairy tales.”

The masses never ask themselves why people like former Countrywide CEO Angelo Mozila – whose company made thousands of bad home homes during The Great Recession – and Chainsaw Al Dunlap – who destroyed thousand of jobs – are rich and free, according to Trump. While Bernie Madoff, who bilked his fellow millionaires and billionaires, is in jail for life.

The reason?

“Deep down, most of them just don’t want to know,” he said. “That’s why democracy doesn’t work in America any more. Because most people can’t be bothered to learn the difference between painful truths and comforting fictions. They’d rather pretend the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus are real to the day they die.”

There’s no better example of the success of his transformation of America than the Me Too Movement, according to Trump.

“The women of America should thank me for Me Too,” he said. “Because if I hadn’t cowed the working class there’s just no way they could have created an elitist social justice movement – honestly, who has ever heard of such a thing – which completely excludes the poor and middle class. As if rich reptiles like Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly only exploit the rich, famous and highly fuckable.”

Poor and middle class Americans are so used to the idea that only the rich and famous matter now, that they don’t even stop to wonder why they’re invisible in their own media, he said.

“I did that,” Trump said.

And what of the possibility of a popular uprising against the tyranny of the rich?

That’s where the massive influx of military assault rifles into rural, white, civilian hands comes in, according to Wayne LaPierre of the National Rifle Association. This sheltered group of poorly educated wanabees serves as a trusted buffer for the the very oligarchy they claim is exploiting them.

The U.S. has a population of 323 million, which owns more than 300 million firearms.

“Let’s face it, it’s not like everyone has an assault rifle in this country,” LaPierre said. “They’re not equally distributed. They’re overwhelmingly owned by working class losers who can’t think for themselves and can’t get laid. That’s by design. The occasional mass shooting is a small price to pay for the security these useful idiots provide to the status quo.”

Just as every new dog must be trained to behave properly, so must the masses in a society built around the hereditary rule of sheltered silver spoons. Everyone in an oligarchy is better off when workers conform to the behavior expected of them, according to The Trump Conditioning Complex.

That applies to the worker, too.

“By nature, your average middle class worker craves the approval of the rich and famous,” said Robert Dickey, CEO of the Gannett clickbait empire. “They want to please you as a boss, but they can’t do that without being properly indoctrinated with your expectations.”

When toxic elites are not really clear about those expectations, workers start thinking for themselves, he said. As they did in the heyday of America’s free press, when crusading reporters championed the helpless and scrutinized the wealthy and powerful via investigative projects like The Pentagon Papers and Watergate.

“That kind of empowered populace is no good for anybody,” said Dickey, who is publishing The Trump Conditioning Complex in USA Today in 26 weekly installments. “Sure it’s democratic, but America is only supposed to be a real democracy on paper.”

During the course of your worker’s productive life you may decide to teach it to perform all manner of impressive tricks and tasks. Those are optional. But the following types of training are absolutely essential for every big corporate employer.

Celebrate Great Wealth

Worshipping wealth is an absolute necessity in a society that is outwardly a democracy but inwardly an oligarchy because it advances hereditary rule, according to billionaire propagandist Rupert Murdoch. For very obvious reasons!

Getting a working class kid to admire fame and fortune is often a time of trial and stress for everyone involved. But be patient, use the proper training techniques, and there’s sure to be a happy outcome, Murdoch said.

You want to start when your future civilian labor force is still in school, by bombarding them with the idea that wealthy people are the only people who matter. 

“The poor and middle class should not be shown on TV and shouldn’t be allowed to speak for themselves in the halls of power,” Murdoch said. “That’s why Wall Street has political hookers on the payroll like U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.).

The training process should start when the worker is just entering adolescence, with shows like Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, Keeping up With the Kardashians, Cops, The Apprentice, Fox News, and American Greed. Any earlier, and they may fail to link aspirational materialism with docile compliance. If you start later, the training period is likely to take much longer, according to Murdoch.

Blind Obedience to The Super Rich

Teaching your worker basic obedience is also a necessity. While an obedient worker is a pleasure to be around, the opposite is also true – a disobedient worker who thinks for themselves can be a real pain!

The first step is to demonize anyone who questions the status quo by labeling them as a “Communist” or “Socialist,” and labeling anyone who advances the greater good or cares about other workers as a “Liberal” or “Libtard.” The goal here is to equate the fundamental liberal principles of democracy and equality with weakness.

You can take your worker’s training to a much higher level if you choose to, of course. But at the very minimum, they should learn to utter the following basic slurs on command:

  • Snowflake: Anyone who suggests Wingnuts should respect other viewpoints.
  • Libtard: Anyone who still believes in equality and representative democracy.
  • Butthurt: Anyone who shows pain, weakness or basic human kindness.
  • Socialist: Anyone who rejects the “greed is good” dogma of Wall Street and/or Prosperity Theology.
  • Commie: Anyone who acts like Christianity has anything to do with The Golden Rule or the teachings of Jesus Christ.
  • Globalist: Anyone who thinks the global economy should have global labor protections.
  • Zionist/Rothschild/Bilderberg: Any Jewish American who engages in any of the liberal behaviors listed above.
  • Revolutionary: Any minority who fights back.

There are a number of worker-training methods available for teaching your worker these slurs, but former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg recommends positive reinforcement as the best method. That means higher pay and promotions for cops who brutalize peaceful protesters and middle managers who work their people to death.

Bloomberg is worth an estimated $51 billion. Virtually all of it earned by selling news, analytics and trading support to Wall Street financial professionals through Bloomberg LP.

“The key to getting someone else to do your dirty work is to find some ruthless second-stringer in the masses who wouldn’t normally be considered leadership material,” Bloomberg said. “That’s what I did during Occupy Wall Street with Police Inspector Anthony Bologna. There was nothing that guy wouldn’t  do for a promotion, even if it meant violating the rights of the peaceful protesters who were raising legitimate questions about my customers on Wall Street and their profits over people mindset.”

However, positive reinforcement rewards desirable behavior. This method of training makes learning more enjoyable for your lackey, and will help to strengthen their bond with you.

Trump prefers negative reinforcement. That means stripping a worker of the ability to earn a living in their chosen field – as the NFL has done with Colin Kapernick – for speaking painful truths. In extreme situations it can also mean termination, as occurred with JFK, Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy in the turbulent 1960s.

Trump dedicates an entire chapter of his new book to the question of whether it’s better for a silver spoon to be feared or loved by their workers.

“Personally, I prefer to be feared,” Trump said, quoting a line from the mob boss in the film A Bronx Tale. “Fear lasts longer.”

Start With The Basics

Teaching your workers the basic commands of obedience will make American Society a much more pleasant place to be rich, lazy, clueless, entitled and parasitic.

They’ll be happy because they want to please you, and because they want to reap more of the training treats associated with desirable behavior. You’ll be happier because your worker will be more manageable and will enrich your life. Both literally and figuratively

And visitors will be happy not to have to endure a poorly behaved worker disrupting their comforting fictions with painful truths, like say rich people are soft, weak, sheltered from reality and fade under adversity.

“Do those of us born to great wealth deserve to rule the masses?” Trump asked rhetorically. “Of course not. But they don’t deserve to rule over us either and somebody has to be in charge of a somebody. With my system, the rich and powerful stay rich and powerful.”




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