Are Americans fed up with 'the establishment'? Here's Part 1 of a two-part discussion between Ralph Nader and Thom Hartmann concerning the rise of Senator Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential campaign:
The current public discourse about Americans being fed up with establishment politics grows louder as transit Saturn, planet of government, systems, the establishment, the status quo, conservatism, and authority travels through Jupiter-ruled Sagittarius, a period when We the People's sense of justice rises along with our disgust at Washington corruption, fraud, mismanagement, and breach of the public trust. And we might say that the clear-eyed approach of realistic Saturn relates as well to our fatigue with Washington's striving toward Global Government which was always a Luciferian-Utopian dream invented centuries ago and promoted and supported by the global banking system with the Houses of Rothschild, Rockefeller, and Morgan hiding their horns underneath.
Related is an April 2010 article written by consumer advocate Ralph Nader, Where's My Change? which faults President Obama for his caution and conservatism so well described astrologically by Barack Obama's natal Saturn retrograde in its own sign of Capricorn. Remember the debate in the president's early days of election and taking office about whether he was progressive or conservative? Conservative Saturn and progressive Uranus opposed one another then. Well, conservative won with yours truly, and so his presidency primarily has been. The feathers of transnational bankers have remained unruffled!
So here's a view of Mr. Nader's natal horoscope with Sun Pisces, Moon Leo, and a strongly opinionated Mercury-Mars conjunction in socially concerned Pisces. You may also wish to take another peek at the natal chart of Barack Obama with April 25, 2011 transits around it. After all, US presidents are not selected for Oval office tenure without vowing to follow the Global Government script--which negates the US Constitution and puts such corporate interests above those of We the People.