The passage from the Age of Expansion to the Age of Conflict is marked by, among other things, growing irrationality, wrote Carroll Quigley. The increasing irrationalism was seen in the run-up to the recent election, where Orwellian “Hate Ins” focused their inner rage upon the person of Donald Trump. Outsider Trump does not know about the insider plan for global hegemony for the Anglo-Saxons, and so Trump naively considers Russia as a possible friend rather than “inferior” Slavs who must bow down before the Anglo-Saxon Master plan. Weary of all the sniping, hate, and irrationality? Why not escape into the Fourth Dimension via Felix J. Palma’s novel, The Map of Time.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Increasing Irrationalism”, published to YouTube on December 17, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 37 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
The decline in the rate of expansion of a civilization marks its transition to an Age of Conflict which shows tell-tale signs such as growing tensions and class conflicts, increasingly frequent and increasingly violent imperialist wars, and growing irrationality. 
The increasing irrationality has been seen in the “hate ins” connected with Donald Trump. In George Orwell’s novel, 1984, a daily “Two Minutes Hate” is described in which Party members of the society of Oceania must watch a film depicting the Party’s enemies and express their hatred for them for exactly two minutes.  The daily hate ritual against Donald Trump began during the election campaign and may be still ongoing.
This was the campaign strategy of Hillary Clinton: a daily “hate in” of Trump (greatly facilitated by the mainstream “news” media), followed by the saving appearance of “Big Sister” (Hillary Clinton).
But what happens to the “hate in” when Big Sister goes away? Some have tried to deny that Big Sister has been vanquished, and they promote a belief that she shall rise again somehow, perhaps via an Electoral College upheaval.
The actual “hate ins” against Trump seem to have been evaporating (though the hate still remains in the hearts of the disciples of Big Sister), however one big problem remains: Donald Trump, an outsider, is unaware of the globalist Master Plan.
Around 1870, Professor John Ruskin taught Oxford students that their English tradition was superior to all others, and that it had to be preached to the lower classes and to the world. Ruskin’s disciples, including Cecil Rhodes, received tongues of fire from Holy Ghost Ruskin. The passion of Rhodes and others gave birth to a secret society: an inner circle of initiates, and an outer circle of “helpers” which came to be called the Round Table group. They were devoted to the extension of the British Empire and “uplift” of the masses. 
Extension of the British Empire morphed into an extension of the Anglo-Saxon, English-speaking empire, and thus was born the “New World Order” plan. Part of the plan is that “inferior” peoples such as the Slavs (Russia) must yield before the advancing Anglo-Saxon horde. However Russia has had the sheer effrontery not to yield and bow down before the “superior” Anglo-Saxons!
But Donald Trump doesn’t know about the Master Plan, because he is an outsider (not “in the club”, as Newt Gingrich said). And so Trump is looking at Russia and scratching his head. “They don’t seem so bad to me,” thinks the president-elect. However the departing president, Barack Obama, is working hard at this point to dump a fait accompli – war with Russia – into the lap of Donald Trump by January 20, 2017.
Maybe you are thinking, “I’ve got to escape from this!” Maybe you could build a bunker in Montana. Maybe you could move to an uncharted desert island. But have you ever considered the fourth dimension as part of your escape plan? That is what happens to some people in an entertaining novel by Felix J. Palma, The Map of Time. In dangerous situations, some of the characters discover they can escape thanks to a mutant gene which allows them to time travel to safety.
Or maybe your escape plan will turn out to be The Rapture, possibly itself time travel into another dimension.
——- Sources ——-
 Tragedy and Hope, by Carroll Quigley. New York: Macmillan, New Millenium Edition.
 “Two Minutes Hate”, Wikipedia, December 17, 2016. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two_Minutes_Hate