Could Trump cause the creation of paramilitary? (video)

Created by: Ivona Poljak

The prediction on how Trump could be more dangerous outside of the White House.

We have been following this ridiculous circus called the U.S. Presidential Election 2016 for almost a year now. TV stations, newspapers all around the world, online magazines, and social media have had at least one thing to say about Donald Trump.

In early May (2016) a company called MediaQuant released the statistics which show that Donald Trump gained the equivalent $3 billion in free advertising. That free advertisement came from the same media that, according to his recent claims, has been rigging the election against him.

It’s no news that the media serves as a gatekeeper, especially in the U.S. where private companies operate it and is therefore influenced by advertisers. The visible effect of that is intimidation. Many Trump supporters will religiously believe that the mainstream media are so crooked that they can’t be trusted and need to be eliminated.

Spreading this message across the numbers of followers that he has gathered is dangerous. People were never big fans of the media. However, there’s a big difference between liking the media and believing they are a necessary part of a functioning democracy.

Chris Cillizza from Washington post wrote an article about how dangerous his statements can be:

I take no issue with anyone who doesn’t like me or even “capital-J” Journalism. That’s fine. But the increasing willingness to declare journalism dead and celebrate that fact is a very bad thing.

new Politico/Morning Consult poll found that 41% of registered voters say they agree that widespread voter fraud could be used to steal the election from Trump. Only 17% of Democrats believe in those claims. A bigger number of 39% of independents say they believe the election is at risk of being stolen from Trump, and astonishing 73% of Republicans believe that there’s going to be a wide-spread election fraud in two weeks.

Donald Trump has been playing with fear since the start of his presidential campaign. Accusations against Muslims and Mexicans have gained him followers who now firmly believe that they represent a serious threat to state’s sovereignty (alongside Obama and Hillary).

And now, with the most recent polls putting Clinton in 6% lead just hours before the debate, the chance of her winning rose up to 92%.

Interactive Poll Results/ Credit: NY Times
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With statistics predicting Clinton’s win in the election, Donald Trump has been preparing for the worst. But we don’t expect him to go down quietly, do we?


In this video, Trump supporter at the rally said something quite disturbing that made me realise how much damage he’s been doing in the past year with his accusations and lies:

I feel like Hillary needs to be taken out. If she gets in the government I’ll do everything in my power to take her out of power.I won’t have to myself. There’s probably gonna be a movement where we’re going to take her out of power.

When Trump’s supporters are giving statements like these, it’s dangerous not to take them seriously. No matter how much you condemn the comparison between Hitler and Trump, there is one thing that should be considered dangerous; and that’s the possibility of the creation of the paramilitary organisation.

Paramilitary is a semi-militarized force whose organizational structure, tactics, training, subculture, and (often) function are similar to those of a professional military, but which is not included as part of a state’s formal armed forces.

The Creation of Nazi Paramilitary

The SA was founded in Munich by Hitler in 1921 out of various roughneck elements that had attached themselves to the fledgling Nazi movement. It drew its early membership largely from the Freikorps (Free Corps), armed freebooter groups. The SA men protected Party meetings, marched in Nazi rallies, and physically assaulted political opponents. Temporarily in disarray after the failure of Hitler’s Munich Putsch in 1923, the SA was reorganized in 1925 and soon resumed its violent ways, intimidating voters in national and local elections.

How could that happen?

At the third presidential debate (19/10/16) Trump also stated that he doesn’t know if he’ll accept the outcome of the election if Hilary Clinton wins, which gives this terrifying theory, even more, strength.

Masses full of angry supporters, wealthy Republican donors and disbelief in democracy could lead to the organisation of paramilitary, to change the “injustice” that was brought to them by the system that’s “rigged”.

And if that’s not enough evidence to persuade you into believing this is possible, if not probable, here’s an article which says that the extremist paramilitary already exists.

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