100 Days or Hillary

The first 100 days of Hillary Clinton’s administration have been if nothing else historic.   Much celebration has followed the surprisingly narrow victory over antagonist Donald Trump (polls eh, who can trust em), with the World sharing  a collective sigh of relief.

The  tense days following the result, in which the ‘bragadocious’ one at first dismissed and later challenged the poll now seems but a distant nightmare.

The Ginger spectre did his best to whip up his poor misguided followers, the Rallys, the Chants, the Marches.  The drama was a sight to behold.

Yes a sight indeed, and what an opportunity.  Thank you  Mr Trump , without your pontificating the momentum for urgent additions to the Patriot Act would never have been reached.

And now the American People can rest easy in a new and historic era of calm.  Gone are the destabilising  stories of an outraged and disenfranchised middle America, replaced by a more sacarine flavour of a People United in celebration of the First Woman President .

Dispersed is the acrid smell of tear gas, replaced now by perfumed fragrance of freedom under the firm rule of law.

The streets are now filled with a different kind of noise.  The angry chants replaced by the frenzy buzz of worker bees, head down, striving to get just a little drop of precious honey.

The media now ever dutiful to the status quo have celebrated the ratification of the Trans Pacific Partnership as the saviour of the American economy, they have applauded the deployment of US troops to Syria on a  ‘Humanitarian Mission of Peace’, and the strong way in which President Clinton has stood up to Global Terrorist and all round bully Putin.

Yes pondered Hillary all is right with the world. All is as it should be.  The workers are working, the systems of upward wealth distribution remain in place, the machinery of war is still turning, the senate is awash with Democrats and a Woman is at last in charge.   Yes it is business as usual, what could possibly go wrong?