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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-26-2016

Who pays and who profits when the U.S. goes to war? Soldiers speak out about the predicament of military contracting. A short doc from Brave New Films.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 04-27-2016

well there it is,
Trump took 5 states with amazing numbers.
Kasich out did Cruz, 
and Cruz was embarrassed badly.
Cruz and Kasich’s Sorry Plan to Stop Trump
more at link
Quote:But the key word in the statement, 
which Trump repeated on Twitter and elsewhere, 
was “collusion”: 
it was his way of saying that Cruz and Kasich were not only pathetic but cheaters.

What may be even more important to Trump than winning Indiana 
is getting across his message that he is the anti-rigging candidate. 

And telling voters that politicians and political parties are corrupt 
is not what anyone would call a hard sell. 
There is now a pretty decent chance that Trump 
will get the magic number of delegates before the Convention. 
If so, barring serious changes to the rules, 
or what Trump might call yet more rigging, 
all of Cruz’s efforts to line up stealth delegates—
pledged to Trump on the first ballot, 
but ready to switch to Cruz on the second or third—will be for naught. 

If so, it could make for an odd mood on the Convention floor, 
with delegates technically on the winning side feeling like losers. 
When the traditional drop of balloons takes place, 
will they just begin popping them?
Ted Cruz can save the GOP by losing to Hillary Clinton  Rofl
more at link
Quote:If Trump is the nominee and gets trounced in November  
(which all the polling has clearly indicated he would), 
then Cruz and other Republicans who ascribe to his rigid mindset 
will simply dismiss Trump's rise and fall as an aberration 
that only reinforces the need for the next nominee to represent "true" conservative principles. 

And as modern history has shown, 
the runner-up for the GOP nomination in one election cycle often has a good chance of becoming the nominee 
in the next one in which there is not an incumbent GOP presidential candidate, 
as was the case with Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, John McCain, and Mitt Romney.

But if Cruz is the nominee and loses decisively to Clinton, 

who many people on both sides of the aisle 
view as an otherwise highly vulnerable general election candidate in her own right, 
then it would significantly undermine the "my way or the highway" approach 
that currently appeals to a growing swath of Republicans, 
both among those who hold office and the party's base.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-27-2016

I just listen to Trump Speech
I liked it in content !


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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-27-2016

Quote:(NaturalNews) Somewhere deep inside every one of us, beating as natural as a heart’s pulse, is innocence and goodness. Somewhere deep inside, our inner child desires a sense of freedom, to take up the calling of who we are, to build something of our own, to explore the unknown, to be unique. Somehow along the way we’ve been instructed to follow along, to get in line, to learn a certain way.
As our childhood innocence and desire for freedom is beaten out of us, we become adults constantly searching for meaning – always drawn back to a box of comfort, of confinement.
Our childhood experiences determine much of our psychology as adults. Allowing our children to play outside freely in an unstructured, natural environment may be one of the best decisions we ever make as parents. Letting children create games and play along freely with their friends provides them with ideal conditions so that they can develop leadership skills, teamwork, problem solving skills and visionary traits. It’s these qualities that help them adapt to the challenges of real life as they grow up.
I remember the way I felt when I was 12, cutting trails through the woods, building bridges across creeks with fallen longs, erecting tree houses and forts with scrap lumber. It was these moments of unadulterated childhood freedom that I remember the most to this day. It’s these moments, hammering nails and hanging out of trees, where I was alive, creating my own space, adapting to my surroundings.
Sometimes it’s as simple as a sandbox, a bicycle ride with friends, or making games up on a trampoline. The possibilities are endless. I remember playing late into the summer evenings, in muddy ditches and creeks, shooting hoops and playing pickup football games.
Electronics stunting children’s ability to adapt to the real challenges in life
Today, free-spirited childhood experiences are being replaced with artificial reality andlong hours behind electronic screens. As face-to-face interaction disappears, children lose their ability to communicate, to dream. The stereotypical American child now spends an average of seven hours inside, behind an electronic device! How will they ever be able to cope with the real world when half their waking childhood is consumed in an artificial world?
The upcoming generations are being deprived of their inherent creative abilities. As they are consumed with electronic devices day and night, their interpersonal and inner-personal growth is stunted. By being separated from nature, the mud, the trees, the birds and the bees, children lose their connection with all life. According to a study from the University of Michigan, just being outside with nature improves the memory and attention of children.
On top of that, children who play outside are healthier and smarter, because their immune systems are exposed to the real world of germs and therefore allowed to adapt to it all.
According to a Swedish study, when children engage in cardiovascular, outdoor activities, specific proteins and growth factors actually stimulate their brains.
Organizing children’s lives and planning their academic success stunts their problem-solving skills later in life
The more we organize and micromanage our children’s activities, the more we stunt their ability to figure things out on their own. Parents feel so pressured to get their children to succeed, that they push them into organized clubs, groups and extracurricular activities. Many times children just need unstructured, free-flowing, imaginative fun, where they make the rules – where they run freely through the woods, the yard and the neighborhood.
It’s hard to fathom, but the average American child today only spends 30 minutes outside in unstructured play. Those 30 minutes outside each day would never have been enough for me growing up. Sometimes our kids need free time to just lie in the grass, catch bugs, talk with friends or drift into imaginative thought for hours.
As we script and plan our children’s activities and force them into structured environments, they go into adulthood and become followers, herded and shut up. Our number one goal should NOT be to push them toward academic excellence or to push a college plan on them at age 12. Kids need freedom to make up their own minds, to pursue their own paths, just like adults. If we continue to script their lives for them, they will grow into adulthood as dependents, clinging to false versions of themselves. As they strive to conform to the structure that’s been thrust upon them, they become too afraid to venture onto paths of their own.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-27-2016
Quote:Donald Trump is two for two with teleprompter-ed speeches. That is, he is batting 1000 with remarks that are carefully prepared and delivered. So for his sake, he should keep it up. And if he does, he can win the Republican nomination in July and the general election in November—by carrying 40 states.

Trump’s speech today to the Center for the National Interest (CFTNI), an old-line “realist” think tank in DC, was well received. CFTNI was once known as the Nixon Center, as in, the 37th president, and it still includes on its board such legendary Nixon foreign-policy hands as Henry Kissinger
Not surprisingly, Trump’s hard-nosed policy ideas were a tonic to grizzled Nixonian realpolitikers. Yet at the same time, his ideas were cheering to a younger generation, weary of the endless wars-for-democracy of the Bush 43 administration, as well as the foolishly sovereignty-smiting policies of the Clinton and Obama administrations. 

Indeed, in choosing to speak before CFTNI, as opposed to, say, AEI or Heritage, Trump was sending a clear signal to the neocons who dominated the Bush 43 administration: Your days of costly nation-building are done. (And yet interestingly, Trump was introduced by Zalmay Khalilzad, Bush 43’s ambassador to the United Nations.)
So when Trump puts his mind to it, he can be not only entertaining but also effective. His CFTNI speech, on top of his March 21 speech to the America Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), proves that Trump

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 04-28-2016

Let's just post Trump's very recent foreign policy speech,
it is worth reviewing.

Quote:Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you, 
and thank you to the Center for the National Interest for honoring me with this invitation.

I would like to talk today about how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country – 
one that replaces randomness with purpose, ideology with strategy, and chaos with peace.

It is time to shake the rust off of America’s foreign policy. 
It's time to invite new voices and new visions into the fold.

The direction I will outline today will also return us to a timeless principle. 
My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people, 
and American security, above all else. 
That will be the foundation of every decision that I will make.

America First will be the major and overriding theme of my administration.

But to chart our path forward, we must first briefly look back.

We have a lot to be proud of. In the 1940s we saved the world. 
The Greatest Generation beat back the Nazis and the Japanese Imperialists.

Then we saved the world again, this time from totalitarian Communism. 
The Cold War lasted for decades, but we won.

Democrats and Republicans working together 
got Mr. Gorbachev to heed the words of President Reagan when he said: “tear down this wall.”

History will not forget what we did.
Unfortunately, after the Cold War, our foreign policy veered badly off course. 
We failed to develop a new vision for a new time. 
In fact, as time went on, our foreign policy began to make less and less sense.

Logic was replaced with foolishness and arrogance, and this led to one foreign policy disaster after another.

We went from mistakes in Iraq to Egypt to Libya, to President Obama’s line in the sand in Syria. 
Each of these actions have helped to throw the region into chaos, 
and gave ISIS the space it needs to grow and prosper.

It all began with the dangerous idea that we could make Western democracies out of countries 
that had no experience or interest in becoming a Western Democracy.

We tore up what institutions they had and then were surprised at what we unleashed. 
Civil war, religious fanaticism; thousands of American lives, and many trillions of dollars, were lost as a result. 
The vacuum was created that ISIS would fill. 
Iran, too, would rush in and fill the void, much to their unjust enrichment.

Our foreign policy is a complete and total disaster.

No vision, no purpose, no direction, no strategy.

Today, I want to identify five main weaknesses in our foreign policy.

First, Our Resources Are Overextended
President Obama has weakened our military by weakening our economy. 
He’s crippled us with wasteful spending, massive debt, low growth, a huge trade deficit and open borders.

Our manufacturing trade deficit with the world is now approaching $1 trillion a year. 
We’re rebuilding other countries while weakening our own.

Ending the theft of American jobs will give us the resources we need to rebuild our military 
and regain our financial independence and strength.

I am the only person running for the Presidency who understands this problem and knows how to fix it.

Secondly, our allies are not paying their fair share.
Our allies must contribute toward the financial, political and human costs of our tremendous security burden. 

But many of them are simply not doing so. 
They look at the United States as weak and forgiving and feel no obligation to honor their agreements with us.

In NATO, for instance, 
only 4 of 28 other member countries, besides America, 
are spending the minimum required 2% of GDP on defense.

We have spent trillions of dollars over time – on planes, missiles, ships, equipment – 
building up our military to provide a strong defense for Europe and Asia. 
The countries we are defending must pay for the cost of this defense – 
and, if not, the U.S. must be prepared to let these countries defend themselves.

The whole world will be safer if our allies do their part to support our common defense and security.
A Trump Administration will lead a free world that is properly armed and funded.

Thirdly, our friends are beginning to think they can’t depend on us.
We’ve had a president who dislikes our friends and bows to our enemies.

He negotiated a disastrous deal with Iran, 
and then we watched them ignore its terms, even before the ink was dry.

Iran cannot be allowed to have a nuclear weapon and, under a Trump Administration, 
will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon.

All of this without even mentioning the humiliation of the United States 
with Iran’s treatment of our ten captured sailors.

In negotiation, you must be willing to walk. 
The Iran deal, like so many of our worst agreements, 
is the result of not being willing to leave the table. 
When the other side knows you’re not going to walk, it becomes absolutely impossible to win.

At the same time, your friends need to know that you will stick by the agreements that you have with them.

President Obama gutted our missile defense program, 
then abandoned our missile defense plans with Poland and the Czech Republic.

He supported the ouster of a friendly regime in Egypt that had a longstanding peace treaty with Israel – 
and then helped bring the Muslim Brotherhood to power in its place.

Israel, our great friend and the one true Democracy in the Middle East, 
has been snubbed and criticized by an Administration that lacks moral clarity. 
Just a few days ago, Vice President Biden again criticized Israel – a force for justice and peace – 
for acting as an impediment to peace in the region.

President Obama has not been a friend to Israel. 
He has treated Iran with tender love and care and made it a great power in the Middle East – 
all at the expense of Israel, our other allies in the region and, critically, the United States.

We’ve picked fights with our oldest friends, and now they’re starting to look elsewhere for help.

Fourth, our rivals no longer respect us.
In fact, they are just as confused as our allies, 
but an even bigger problem is that they don’t take us seriously any more.
When President Obama landed in Cuba on Air Force One, 
no leader was there to meet or greet him – 
perhaps an incident without precedent in the long and prestigious history of Air Force One.

Then, amazingly, the same thing happened in Saudi Arabia -- it's called no respect.

Do you remember when the President made a long and expensive trip to Copenhagen, Denmark 
to get the Olympics for our country, 
and, after this unprecedented effort, it was announced that the United States came in fourth place?

He should have known the result before making such an embarrassing commitment.

The list of humiliations goes on and on.

President Obama watches helplessly as North Korea increases its aggression 
and expands even further with its nuclear reach.

Our president has allowed China to continue its economic assault on American jobs and wealth, 
refusing to enforce trade rules – or apply the leverage on China necessary to rein in North Korea.

He has even allowed China to steal government secrets with cyber attacks 
and engage in industrial espionage against the United States and its companies.

We’ve let our rivals and challengers think they can get away with anything.
If President Obama’s goal had been to weaken America, he could not have done a better job.

Finally, America no longer has a clear understanding of our foreign policy goals.
Since the end of the Cold War and the break-up of the Soviet Union, we’ve lacked a coherent foreign policy.

One day we’re bombing Libya and getting rid of a dictator to foster democracy for civilians, 
the next day we are watching the same civilians suffer while that country falls apart.

We're a humanitarian nation. 
But the legacy of the Obama-Clinton interventions will be weakness, confusion, and disarray.

We have made the Middle East more unstable and chaotic than ever before.
We left Christians subject to intense persecution and even genocide.
Our actions in Iraq, Libya and Syria have helped unleash ISIS.
And we’re in a war against radical Islam, 
but President Obama won’t even name the enemy!

Hillary Clinton also refuses to say the words “radical Islam,” 
even as she pushes for a massive increase in refugees.

After Secretary Clinton’s failed intervention in Libya, 
Islamic terrorists in Benghazi took down our consulate and killed our ambassador and three brave Americans. 
Then, instead of taking charge that night, 
Hillary Clinton decided to go home and sleep! Incredible.

Clinton blames it all on a video, an excuse that was a total lie. 
Our Ambassador was murdered and our Secretary of State misled the nation – 
and by the way, she was not awake to take that call at 3 o'clock in the morning.

And now ISIS is making millions of dollars a week selling Libyan oil.

This will change when I am president.
To all our friends and allies, I say America is going to be strong again. 
America is going to be a reliable friend and ally again.

We’re going to finally have a coherent foreign policy based upon American interests, 
and the shared interests of our allies.

We are getting out of the nation-building business, 
and instead focusing on creating stability in the world.

Our moments of greatest strength came when politics ended at the water’s edge.
We need a new, rational American foreign policy, 
informed by the best minds and supported by both parties, as well as by our close allies.

This is how we won the Cold War, and it’s how we will win our new and future struggles.

First, we need a long-term plan to halt the spread and reach of radical Islam.
Containing the spread of radical Islam must be a major foreign policy goal of the United States.
Events may require the use of military force. 
But it’s also a philosophical struggle, like our long struggle in the Cold War.

In this we’re going to be working very closely with our allies in the Muslim world, 
all of which are at risk from radical Islamic violence.

We should work together with any nation in the region that is threatened by the rise of radical Islam. 
But this has to be a two-way street – 
they must also be good to us and remember us and all we are doing for them.

The struggle against radical Islam also takes place in our homeland. 
There are scores of recent migrants inside our borders charged with terrorism. 
For every case known to the public, there are dozens more.

We must stop importing extremism through senseless immigration policies.

A pause for reassessment will help us to prevent the next San Bernardino or worse -- 
all you have to do is look at the World Trade Center and September 11th.

And then there’s ISIS. 
I have a simple message for them. 
Their days are numbered. 
I won’t tell them where and I won’t tell them how. 
We must as, a nation, be more unpredictable. 
But they’re going to be gone. And soon.

Secondly, we have to rebuild our military and our economy.
The Russians and Chinese have rapidly expanded their military capability, but look what’s happened to us!

Our nuclear weapons arsenal – our ultimate deterrent – 
has been allowed to atrophy and is desperately in need of modernization and renewal.

Our active duty armed forces have shrunk from 2 million in 1991 to about 1.3 million today.
The Navy has shrunk from over 500 ships to 272 ships during that time.

The Air Force is about 1/3 smaller than 1991. 
Pilots are flying B-52s in combat missions today which are older than most people in this room.

And what are we doing about this? 
President Obama has proposed a 2017 defense budget that, in real dollars, 
cuts nearly 25% from what we were spending in 2011.

Our military is depleted, and we’re asking our generals and military leaders to worry about global warming Lol

We will spend what we need to rebuild our military. 
It is the cheapest investment we can make. 
We will develop, build and purchase the best equipment known to mankind. 
Our military dominance must be unquestioned.

But we will look for savings and spend our money wisely. In this time of mounting debt, 
not one dollar can be wasted.

We are also going to have to change our trade, immigration and economic policies 
to make our economy strong again – and to put Americans first again.
 This will ensure that our own workers, right here in America, 
get the jobs and higher pay that will grow our tax revenue and increase our economic might as a nation.

We need to think smarter about areas where our technological superiority gives us an edge. 
This includes 3-D printing, artificial intelligence and cyberwarfare.

A great country also takes care of its warriors. 
Our commitment to them is absolute. 
A Trump Administration will give our service men and women 
the best equipment and support in the world when they serve, 
and the best care in the world when they return as veterans to civilian life.

Finally, we must develop a foreign policy based on American interests.
Businesses do not succeed when they lose sight of their core interests and neither do countries.

Look at what happened in the 1990s. 
Our embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were attacked and seventeen brave sailors were killed on the USS Cole. 
And what did we do? 
It seemed we put more effort into adding China to the World Trade Organization – 
which has been a disaster for the United States – than into stopping Al Qaeda.

We even had an opportunity to take out Osama Bin Laden, and didn’t do it.
 And then, we got hit at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the worst attack on our country in its history.

Our foreign policy goals must be based on America’s core national security interests, 
and the following will be my priorities.

In the Middle East, our goals must be to defeat terrorists and promote regional stability, not radical change. 
We need to be clear-sighted about the groups that will never be anything other than enemies.
And we must only be generous to those that prove they are our friends.

We desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Russia and China. 
We have serious differences with these two nations, and must regard them with open eyes. 
But we are not bound to be adversaries. 
We should seek common ground based on shared interests. 
Russia, for instance, has also seen the horror of Islamic terrorism.

I believe an easing of tensions and improved relations with Russia – from a position of strength – is possible.

Common sense says this cycle of hostility must end. 
Some say the Russians won’t be reasonable. 
I intend to find out. 
If we can’t make a good deal for America, then we will quickly walk from the table.

Fixing our relations with China is another important step towards a prosperous century. 
China respects strength, and by letting them take advantage of us economically, 
we have lost all of their respect. 
We have a massive trade deficit with China, a deficit we must find a way, quickly, to balance.
A strong and smart America is an America that will find a better friend in China. 
We can both benefit or we can both go our separate ways.

After I am elected President, 
I will also call for a summit with our NATO allies, 
and a separate summit with our Asian allies. 
In these summits, we will not only discuss a rebalancing of financial commitments, 
but take a fresh look at how we can adopt new strategies for tackling our common challenges.

For instance, we will discuss how we can upgrade NATO’s outdated mission and structure – 
grown out of the Cold War – 
to confront our shared challenges, including migration and Islamic terrorism.

I will not hesitate to deploy military force when there is no alternative. 
But if America fights, it must fight to win. 
I will never send our finest into battle unless necessary – and will only do so if we have a plan for victory.

Our goal is peace and prosperity, not war and destruction.

The best way to achieve those goals is through a disciplined, deliberate and consistent foreign policy.

With President Obama and Secretary Clinton we’ve had the exact opposite:
a reckless, rudderless and aimless foreign policy – one that has blazed a path of destruction in its wake.

After losing thousands of lives and spending trillions of dollars, 
we are in far worse shape now in the Middle East than ever before.

I challenge anyone to explain the strategic foreign policy vision of Obama-Clinton – 
it has been a complete and total disaster.

I will also be prepared to deploy America’s economic resources. 
Financial leverage and sanctions can be very persuasive – 
but we need to use them selectively and with determination. 
Our power will be used if others do not play by the rules.

Our friends and enemies must know that if I draw a line in the sand, I will enforce it.

However, unlike other candidates for the presidency, war and aggression will not be my first instinct. 
You cannot have a foreign policy without diplomacy. 
A superpower understands that caution and restraint are signs of strength.

Although not in government service, 
I was totally against the War in Iraq, 
saying for many years that it would destabilize the Middle East. 
Sadly, I was correct, and the biggest beneficiary was Iran, 
who is systematically taking over Iraq and gaining access to their rich oil reserves – 
something it has wanted to do for decades. 
And now, to top it all off, we have ISIS.

My goal is to establish a foreign policy that will endure for several generations.

That is why I will also look for talented experts with new approaches, and practical ideas, rather than surrounding myself with those who have perfect resumes but very little to brag about except responsibility for a long history of failed policies and continued losses at war.

Finally, I will work with our allies to reinvigorate Western values and institutions. 
Instead of trying to spread “universal values” that not everyone shares, 
we should understand that strengthening and promoting Western civilization and its accomplishments 
will do more to inspire positive reforms around the world than military interventions.

These are my goals, as president.
I will seek a foreign policy that all Americans, whatever their party, can support, 
and which our friends and allies will respect and welcome.

The world must know that we do not go abroad in search of enemies,
that we are always happy when old enemies become friends, and when old friends become allies.

To achieve these goals, Americans must have confidence in their country and its leadership again.
Many Americans must wonder why our politicians seem more interested 
in defending the borders of foreign countries than their own.

Americans must know that we are putting the American people first again. 
On trade, on immigration, on foreign policy – 
the jobs, incomes and security of the American worker will always be my first priority.

No country has ever prospered that failed to put its own interests first. 
Both our friends and enemies put their countries above ours and we, while being fair to them, must do the same.

We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism.

The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony. 
I am skeptical of international unions that tie us up and bring America down, 
and will never enter America into any agreement that reduces our ability to control our own affairs.

NAFTA, as an example, has been a total disaster for the U.S. 
and has emptied our states of our manufacturing and our jobs. 
Never again. 
Only the reverse will happen. 
We will keep our jobs and bring in new ones. 
Their will be consequences for companies that leave the U.S. only to exploit it later.

Under a Trump Administration, 
no American citizen will ever again feel that their needs come second to the citizens of foreign countries.

I will view the world through the clear lens of American interests.

I will be America’s greatest defender and most loyal champion. 
We will not apologize for becoming successful again, 
but will instead embrace the unique heritage that makes us who we are.

The world is most peaceful, and most prosperous, when America is strongest.
America will continually play the role of peacemaker.
We will always help to save lives and, indeed, humanity itself. 
But to play that role, we must make America strong again.

We must make America respected again. And we must make America great again.

If we do that, 

perhaps this century can be the most peaceful and prosperous the world has ever known. 
Thank you.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 04-28-2016

"America Uber Alles !!!
We need to think smarter about areas where our technological superiority gives us an edge. 
This includes 3-D printing, artificial intelligence and cyberwarfare."

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-28-2016
Quote:Seymour Hersh Says Hillary Approved Sending Libya’s Sarin to Syrian Rebels

In an interview with, the independent investigative reporter Seymour Hersh was asked about Hillary Clinton’s role in the Benghazi Libya consulate’s operation to collect sarin from Libyan stockpiles and send it through Turkey into Syria for a set-up sarin-gas attack, to be blamed on Assad in order to ‘justify’ the US invading Syria, as it had invaded Libya.
He said: «That ambassador who was killed, he was known as a guy, from what I understand, as somebody, who would not get in the way of the CIA. As I wrote, on the day of the mission he was meeting with the CIA base chief and the shipping company. He was certainly involved, aware and witting of everything that was going on. And there’s no way somebody in that sensitive of a position is not talking to the boss, by some channel».
This was, in fact, the Syrian part of the State Department’s Libyan operation, Obama’s operation to set up an excuse for the US doing in Syria what they had already done in Libya.
The interviewer then asked: «In the book [Hersh’s The Killing of Osama bin Laden, just out] you quote a former intelligence official as saying that the White House rejected 35 target sets [for the planned US invasion of Syria] provided by the Joint Chiefs as being insufficiently painful to the Assad regime. (You note that the original targets included military sites only – nothing by way of civilian infrastructure.) Later the White House proposed a target list that included civilian infrastructure. What would the toll to civilians have been if the White House’s proposed strike had been carried out?»
Hersh responded by saying that the US tradition in that regard has long been to ignore civilian casualties; i.e., collateral damage of US attacks is okay or even desired (so as to terrorize the population into surrender) – not an ‘issue’, except, perhaps, for the PR people.
The interviewer asked why Obama is so obsessed to replace Assad in Syria, since «The power vacuum that would ensue would open Syria up to all kinds of jihadi groups»; and Hersh replied that not only he, but the Joint Chiefs of Staff, «nobody could figure out why». He said, «Our policy has always been against him [Assad]. Period». This has actually been the case not only since the Party that Assad leads, the Ba’ath Party, was the subject of a shelved CIA coup-plot in 1957 to overthrow and replace it; but, actually, the CIA’s first coup had been not just planned but was carried out in 1949 in Syria, overthrowing there a democratically elected leader, in order to enable a pipeline for the Sauds’ oil to become built through Syria into the largest oil market, Europe; and, construction of the pipeline started the following year.
But, there were then a succession of Syrian coups (domestic instead of by foreign powers – 195419631966, and, finally, in 1970), concluding in the accession to power of Hafez al-Assad during the 1970 coup. And, the Sauds' long-planned Trans-Arabia Pipeline has still not been built. The Saudi royal family, who own the world’s largest oil company, Aramco, don’t want to wait any longer. Obama is the first US President to have seriously tried to carry out their long-desired «regime change» in Syria, so as to enable not only the Sauds’ Trans-Arabian Pipeline to be built, but also to build through Syria the Qatar-Turkey Gas Pipeline that the Thani royal family (friends of the Sauds) who own Qatar want also to be built there. The US is allied with the Saud family (and with their friends, the royal families of Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, and Oman). Russia is allied with the leaders of Syria – as Russia had earlier been allied with Mossadegh in Iran, Arbenz in Guatemala, Allende in Chile, Hussein in Iraq, Gaddafi in Libya, and Yanukovych in Ukraine (all of whom except Syria’s Ba’ath Party, the US has successfully overthrown).
Hersh was wrong to say that «nobody could figure out why» Obama is obsessed with overthrowing Assad and his Ba’ath Party, even if nobody that he spoke with was willing to say why. They have all been hired to do a job, which didn’t change even when the Soviet Union ended and the Warsaw Pact was disbanded; and, anyone who has been at this job for as long as those people have, can pretty well figure out what the job actually is – even if Hersh can’t.
Hersh then said that Obama wanted to fill Syria with foreign jihadists to serve as the necessary ground forces for his planned aerial bombardment there, and, «if you wanted to go there and fight there in 2011-2013, ‘Go, go, go… overthrow Bashar!’ So, they actually pushed a lot of people [jihadists] to go. I don’t think they were paying for them but they certainly gave visas».
However, it’s not actually part of America’s deal with its allies the fundamentalist-Sunni Arabic royal families and the fundamentalist Sunni Erdogan of Turkey, for the US to supply the salaries (to be «paying for them,» as Hersh put it there) to those fundamentalist Sunni jihadists – that’s instead the function of the Sauds and of their friends, the other Arab royals, and their friends, to do. (Those are the people who finance[Image: arrow-10x10.png] the terrorists to perpetrate attacks in the US, Europe, Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, India, Nigeria, etc. – i.e., anywhere except in their own countries.) And, Erdogan in Turkey mainly gives their jihadists just safe passage into Syria, and he takes part of the proceeds from the jihadists’ sales of stolen Syrian and Iraqi oil. But, they all work together as a team (with the jihadists sometimes killing each other in the process – that’s even part of  the  plan) – though each national leader has PR problems at home in order to fool his respective public into thinking that they’re against terrorists, and that only the ‘enemy’ is to blame. (Meanwhile, the aristocrats who supply the «salaries» of the jihadists, walk off with all the money.)
This way, US oil and gas companies will refine, and pipeline into Europe, the Sauds’ oil and the Thanis' gas, and not only will Russia’s major oil-and-gas market become squeezed away by that, but Obama’s economic sanctions against Russia, plus the yet-further isolation of Russia (as well as of China and the rest of the BRICS countries) by excluding them from Obama’s three mega-trade-deals (TTIP, TPP & TISA), will place the US aristocracy firmly in control of the world, to dominate the 21st Century, as it has dominated ever since the end of WW II.
Then, came this question from Hersh: «Why does America do what it does? Why do we not say to the Russians, Let’s work together?» His interviewer immediately seconded that by repeating it, «So why don’t we work closer with Russia? It seems so rational». Hersh replied simply: «I don’t know». He didn’t venture so much as a guess – not even an educated one. But, when journalists who are as knowledgeable as he, don’t present some credible explanation, to challenge the obvious lies (which make no sense that accords with the blatantly contrary evidence those journalists know of against those lies) that come from people such as Barack Obama, aren’t they thereby – though passively – participating in the fraud, instead of contradicting and challenging it? Or, is the underlying assumption, there: The general public is going to be as deeply immersed in the background information here as I am, so that they don’t need me to bring it all together for them into a coherent (and fully documented) whole, which does make sense? Is that the underlying assumption? Because: if it is, it’s false.
Hersh’s journalism is among the best (after all: he went so far as to say, of Christopher Stephens, regarding Hillary Clinton, «there’s no way somebody in that sensitive of a position is not talking to the boss, by some channel»), but it’s certainly not good enough. However, it’s too good to be published any longer in places like the New Yorker. And the reporting by Christopher Lehmann was better, and it was issued even earlier than Hersh’s; and it is good enough, because it named names, and it explained motivations, in an honest and forthright way, which is why Lehmann’s piece was published only on a Montenegrin site, and only online, not in a Western print medium, such as the New Yorker. The sites that are owned by members of the Western aristocracy don’t issue reports like that – journalism that’s good enough. They won’t inform the public when a US Secretary of State, and her boss the US President, are the persons actually behind a sarin gas attack they’re blaming on a foreign leader the US aristocrats and their allied foreign aristocrats are determined to topple and replace.
Is this really a democracy?
Tags: ISIS   Libya  Clinton 

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 04-28-2016


Former Republican house speaker John Boehner interviewed yesterday:

"Ted Cruz is Lucifer in the flesh

" ... most miserable SOB that I have ever worked with ..."


Quote:The ex-congressman seemed to accept that Trump would be the party's nominee 
and said that he would vote for him if that prediction came to pass. 
Boehner said he would not, however, 
cast a ballot for Cruz if the Texas senator won the nomination.

The former House speaker praised Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders Whip
as the most honest politician Hmm2
in the White House race. 
Of Clinton, who he has known for 25 years, Boehner called her accomplished and smart.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Valentine - 04-29-2016

Wow, did Boehner make it through the entire interview without shedding even one tear?

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Quote:Obama Takes Credit For 'Saving the World Economy From a Great Depression'
By Tom Blumer | April 25, 2016 | 6:25 PM EDT

If what Barack Obama contended in London, England on Saturday was obviously true, I suspect that the establishment press would be broadly proclaiming it and looking back at the President's wonderful work.

What Obama is claiming — that his presidency is responsible for "saving the world economy from a Great Depression" — is nonsense, but he's clearly beginning to lobby for it to become the historical narrative. This may explain why the Associated Press, while running a story on what Obama said, has made it pretty difficult to find. But it will be there for agenda-driven hacks to locate when it becomes time to spin the history. If a Republican or conservative president made such a claim, the fact checkers would already have been out in force.

At a townhall in London, Obama was asked: "After eight years, what would you say you want your legacy to be?" Here was his response, as it related to the "world economy":

Transcript, including the verbiage leading up to Obama's economic boast (bolded text is contained in the video):


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-30-2016
Quote:Donald Trump’s rally in Costa Mesa, California, was marked by violent protests from “almost entirely Latino” individuals, many waving Mexican flags, that led police to arrest at least 20 – though eyewitnesses said supporters of the billionaire businessman were all peaceful and the swell of aggression stemmed solely from the opposition camps.

“The Trump supporters were the peaceful people singing patriotic songs, festive and happy, while the protesters were very angry and high aggression,” one rally attendee, Terry Krokosz, told Breitbart.

He described the scene as chaotic due to a crowd of 70 or so protesters that quickly grew into the hundreds.
The agitators swarmed the intersection outside the Pacific Amphitheatre and blocked traffic, the Los Angeles Times reported.

“They were very aggressive,” Krokosz said. “When we were leaving, there were a lot of people in cars, Mexican flags hanging out the windows. A guy was doing donuts and the intersection was shut down. We saw people marching through the intersection.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-30-2016
Quote:Mexico Is Sending Us Colonists, Not Immigrants

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-30-2016
George Will: GOP Must Stop Trump Even if He Wins Nomination–The Hill

Quote:Xavier Keough

Meet, Karma: The GOP's Forsaken Son!

While the Republican establishment and numerous right-leaning publications have shamelessly joined forces with anti-American liberals in a desperate attempt to derail the Trump campaign, let us embark on a brief history lesson. Lest "We the People" forget, the GOP are the same charlatans who wasted two historic victories in 2010 and 2014, due to a conservative platform, only to break nearly every campaign promise and capitulate to the most radical and rogue President time and again. So much for the moral high ground.

How many times did the sworn enemies of Donald Trump vote to raise the debt ceiling; despite knowing Barack Obama has increased the national debt almost more than all other presidents combined, even resulting in not one but two historic credit downgrades? Did the once proud party of Ronald Reagan actually vote to approve Loretta Lynch's nomination - a serial racist who ignores black hate crimes, attacks the religious liberty of Christians and refuses to prosecute criminals within the IRS and DHS - or am I just a confused and unreasonable "Tea Party" radical? Did Republicans, the elected majority in Congress and not just a "dangerous, singular blowhard" like Mr. Trump, agree to an international trade agreement that will undermine American commerce and allow corrupt foreign regimes who utilize slave labor and deplorable conditions to dictate future trade stipulations; i.e., unequal tariffs and market access, environmental regulations and back compensation?

And if I may, how many of these same "principled" Republican stalwarts ever tried to prosecute Barack Obama, his contemptible administration, for a single one of a litany of provable crimes: continual abuse of Executive power, ordering states and border officers not to enforce existing immigration laws, transporting and resettling medically and criminally unvetted illegal aliens across America, instructing the DHS to secretly print work visas in violation of a Federal court order, using the IRS to wrongfully target conservatives, abandoning four Americans to their deaths in Benghazi, wiretapping the press and Congress, selling arms to Mexican drug cartels, failing to indict Planned Parenthood for selling human remains on the black market, releasing known criminals and terrorists from imprisonment, granting failed "green" loans to political allies (Solyndra), ignoring Black Panther voter intimidation, and repeatedly exceeding the Constitutional authority of the name but a few? Not once? How ironic. Maybe I'm not dreaming.

The same "progressive" GOP that created Donald Trump's historic popularity with their endless lies and failures, even begging him not to seek an independent bid, are now disowning him by instigating an avalanche of negative attacks? Now who's the petulant child of spite? Yes, I truly respect and admire Ted Cruz, but I fully support Mr. Trump because he says what most of us are thinking but the establishment refuses to say. The man is fearless, bold, and he simply gets things done; which is much more than I can say about the pawn brokers at the GOP. I'm tired of playing games with the liberal media and the anti-American socialists known as the Democratic Party because soon there will be nothing left to save. Illegal immigration must be stopped, radical Islam must be defeated, our private sector must flourish, the Constitution must once again become the supreme law of the land, and the victimization politics of race and class warfare must be unconditionally condemned as destructive and ignorant movements. It's time for common sense to once again take center stage and I couldn't care less if it was politically correct or limited to the cardboard cutout of my "ideal" candidate. Mitt Romney proved political "moderation" is vastly overrated by losing to the most ideologically extreme, inexperienced and divisive President in our nation's history. And he did it with a smile and a concession speech.

For the Congressional record, I'm not concerned about whether a candidate is skilled at making well rehearsed speeches on the campaign trail or dishing out prime time soundbites on national TV for the sake of scoring debate points to ensure the survival of a failed party that routinely betrayed its voters. I want a proven leader whose actions will inevitably match the rhetoric. More importantly, I want to win in November, PERIOD, and I believe Trump has far more electoral appeal and coattails than Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio. The fact the Stony Brook Method calculated Trump has a 97% chance of securing the presidency, only further validates that assertion. Just remember, the real enemies of American exceptionalism are still on the other side of the aisle. Or so I thought. It's about damn time someone reminded the GOP of that simple fact.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 04-30-2016
Quote:While much attention is paid to the Middle East, the real threat to peace is the possibility of a stand off between Washington and Moscow. A new arms race is in the works, and the threat of nuclear conflict – which Trump correctly says is the biggest threat of all – looms larger by the day. That Trump seeks a rapprochement with Russia is a very big plus – and a major reason why the War Party has mobilized against him.
When it comes to the Middle East, Trump is proposing a new turn:
Quote:“Unlike other candidates for the presidency, war and aggression will not be my first instinct. You cannot have a foreign policy without diplomacy. A superpower understands that caution and restraint are really truly signs of strength. Although not in government service, I was totally against the war in Iraq, very proudly, saying for many years that it would destabilize the Middle East. Sadly, I was correct, and the biggest beneficiary has been has been Iran, who is systematically taking over Iraq and gaining access to their very rich oil reserves, something it has wanted to do for decades.
“And now, to top it off, we have ISIS. My goal is to establish a foreign policy that will endure for several generations. That’s why I also look and have to look for talented experts with approaches and practical ideas, rather than surrounding myself with those who have perfect résumés but very little to brag about except responsibility for a long history of failed policies and continued losses at war. We have to look to new people.”
Out with the neocons – and in with a new foreign policy that promotes peace, prosperity, and the radical idea that we have to put American interests first. Trump was explicitly making an appeal to anti-interventionists when he said:
Quote:“The world must know that we do not go abroad in search of enemies, that we are always happy when old enemies become friends and when old friends become allies, that’s what we want. We want them to be our allies.
“We want the world to be – we want to bring peace to the world. Too much destruction out there, too many destructive weapons. The power of weaponry is the single biggest problem that we have today in the world.
“To achieve these goals, Americans must have confidence in their country and its leadership. Again, many Americans must wonder why we our politicians seem more interested in defending the borders of foreign countries than in defending their own.”
And then there’s this:
Quote:“No country has ever prospered that failed to put its own interests first. Both our friends and our enemies put their countries above ours and we, while being fair to them, must start doing the same. We will no longer surrender this country or its people to the false song of globalism. The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony. I am skeptical of international unions that tie us up and bring America down and will never enter.”
Now I can imagine some libertarians

Quote:all crested without achieving a mass character, falling short of their goals.
The Trump movement is different: it is massive, and it is capable of winning. That’s what has the Establishment in such a panic that they are considering denying Trump the nomination and bringing in a candidate on a “white horse” to steal the GOP from the Trumpians. If that happens, the system will be shaken to its very foundations, its very legitimacy in doubt – a perfect storm as far as libertarians are concerned.
But there is more to it than that. If we step back from the daily news cycle, and consider the larger significance of the Trump phenomenon, the meaning of it all is unmistakable: we haven’t seen anything like this in American politics – not ever. Revolution is in the air. The oligarchy is tottering. The American people are waking up, and rising up – and those who try to ignore it or disdain it as mere “populism” will be left behind.
Yes, the road ahead is going to be rough, largely unpaved, and strewn with pitfalls. It would be easy to fall prey to the errors of pandering, of over-adaptation, or their opposite: sectarianism, and strategic inflexibility. Ideological entrepreneurship is an art, not a science, and it takes a skillful player to distinguish between opportunism and taking advantage of legitimate opportunities.
Yet there is no alternative, because abstention means extinction. Libertarians – and anti-interventionists of every political stripe – must intervene, or die out. Natural selection will take care of those who cannot or will not adapt to the new reality.
And this kind of sectarianism is absolutely unforgivable, because the new reality is far from a hostile environment. It is, in many ways, far more conducive than the old left-right paradigm, which is seeing the last of its iron grip on political consciousness loosened and dispelled.
We are living in revolutionary times. Every political movement and tendency will be put to the test. Some will be found wanting, and they will fall by the wayside. Others will adapt and prosper. Whether we have the courage to face the future is an issue that will soon be decided, and it is we who will do the deciding – because our fate is in our hands.

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Poll: ‘Total Rejection’ Of Islam In France From All Across The Political Spectrum


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 05-01-2016

Quote:Robert Moran
March 31 ·

Short poem you won't forget
Do you recall the President referring to the Benghazi incident as "a bump in the road?"
Today I heard an ex-Navy Seal being on Fox News regarding a book he has written about how to handle crisis situations in our lives.
At the end of the interview he asked if he could make a comment on Benghazi and, of course, the anchor said "yes." He then thanked Fox News for keeping the Benghazi story in the news, since other news organizations are not.
He said the Seals who died deserve the public knowing the truth about the whole affair.
The poem was written by an anonymous Marine Corps officer:
We're the battling boys of Benghazi, No fame, no glory, no paparazzi.
Just a fiery death in a blazing hell, defending our country we loved so well.
It wasn't our job, but we answered the call, Fought to the Consulate and scaled the wall.
We pulled twenty countrymen from the jaws of fate, led them to safety and stood at the gate.
Just the two of us and foes by the score, but we stood fast to bar the door.
Three calls for reinforcement, but all were denied, so we fought and we fought and we fought 'til we died.
We gave our all for our Uncle Sam, but Barack and Hillary didn't give a damn.
Just two dead Seals who carried the load, No thanks to us...we were just "Bumps in the Road".
So, will this reach every American with a computer?
Or do we act like the press and give a pass to the people who literally sat there in the White House and watched the Seals' execution on live streaming video and did absolutely nothing?
"What difference does it make?"
And she wants to be the next President!

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 05-02-2016

Lyin' Ted ... Rofl ... picked Carly Tp  Fiorina ...  Horsepoop

this is hilarious
watch the video,
Carly falls off of the stage and Cruz pretends it doesn't happen

Quote:Nothing could more perfectly capture Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) campaign 
than Carly Fiorina 
falling face-first off the stage in Indiana.

After a short speech talking about why she’s so in love Ted Cruz 

and a fair amount of pandering to Indiana voters, 
she announced the family and the candidate. 

Everything at this point was normal, 
but as you can see from the video it looks like tight quarters with people all over the stage.

The political family came out, 
kids first and senator last and there went Carly off of the stage. 
Heidi notices Jawdrop
and you can see the “OH!” expression on her face as she reaches down. 

An unidentified tall, white man with a military haircut comes from the left 
and helps the veep wannabe back up onto the stage.

Ted Cruz continues to wave to the crowd as if nothing has happened.

only 19 seconds --- watch her disappear Lol

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Peter Schweizer: Uranium Deal Was ‘Win-Win-Win’ for Clintons, Canadian Financiers, Vladimir Putin; ‘Losers Are the American People’

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 05-02-2016

Quote:This guy deserves a salute and a RAISE>> 
Military Pay
Please take the time to read!

CINDY WILLIAMS was appointed by Obama as an Assistant Director for NATIONAL SECURITY in the Congressional Budget Office.....

This is an Airman's response to Cindy  William s' editorial piece in the Washington Post about MILITARY PAY, it should be printed in all newspapers across America .

Cindy Williams wrote a piece for the Washington Times denouncing the pay raise(s) coming service members' way this year citing that she stated a 13% wage increase was more than they deserve.

A young airman from  Hill AFB responds to her article below. He ought to get a bonus for this.

"Ms  Williams:

I just had the pleasure of reading your column, "Our GI's earn enough" and I am a bit confused. Frankly, I'm wondering where this vaunted overpayment is going, because as far as I can tell, it disappears every month between DFAS (The Defense Finance and Accounting Service) and my bank account. Checking my latest earnings statement I see that I make $1,117.80 before taxes per month. After taxes, I take home $874.20. When I run that through the calculator, I come up with an annual salary of $13,413.60 before taxes, and $10,490.40 after.

I work in the AirForceNetworkControlCenter where I am part of the team responsible for a 5,000 host computer network. I am involved with infrastructure segments, specifically with Cisco Systems equipment. A quick check under jobs for "Network Technicians" in theWashington , D.C. Area reveals a position in my career field, requiring three years experience in my job. Amazingly, this job does NOT pay $13,413.60 a year. No, this job is being offered at $70,000 to $80,000 per annum........... I'm sure you can draw the obvious conclusions.

Given the tenor of your column, I would assume that you NEVER had the pleasure of serving your country in her armed forces.

Before you take it upon yourself to once more castigate congressional and DOD leadership for attempting to get the families in the military's lowest pay brackets off of WIC and food stamps, I suggest that you join a group of deploying soldiers headed for AFGHANISTAN ; I leave the choice of service branch up to you. Whatever choice you make though, opt for the SIX month rotation: it will guarantee you the longest possible time away from your family and friends, thus giving you full "deployment experience."

As your group prepares to board the plane, make sure to note the spouses and children who are saying good-bye to their loved ones. Also take care to note that several families are still unsure of how they'll be able to make ends meet while the primary breadwinner is gone. Obviously they've been squandering the "vast" piles of cash the government has been giving them.

Try to deploy over a major holiday; Christmas and Thanksgiving are perennial favorites.. And when you're actually over there, sitting in a foxhole, shivering against the cold desert night, and the flight sergeant tells you that there aren't enough people on shift to relieve you for chow, remember this: trade whatever MRE's (meal-ready-to-eat) you manage to get for the tuna noodle casserole or cheese tortellini, and add Tabasco to everything. This gives some flavor.

Talk to your loved ones as often as you are permitted; it won't be nearly long enough or often enough, but take what you can get and be thankful for it. You may have picked up on the fact that I disagree with most of the points you present in your open piece.

But, tomorrow from KABUL , I will defend to the death your right to say it.

You see, I am an American fighting man, a guarantor of your First Amendment right and every other right you cherish...On a daily basis, my brother and sister soldiers worldwide ensure that you and people like you can thumb your collective noses at us, all on a salary that is nothing short of pitiful and under conditions that would make most people cringe. We hemorrhage our best and brightest into the private sector because we can't offer the stability and pay of civilian companies.

And you, Ms. Williams, have the gall to say that we make more than we deserve?”
A1C Michael Bragg, Hill AFB AFNCC
If you get this more than once, feel honored that you know more than one person who supports our military and appreciates what they do.

If you don't forward it, you don't deserve their sacrifice.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 05-03-2016

This is an interesting rant on Hillary Clinton by David Stockman.
Stockman essentially goes off on a lengthy tirade and scathing condemnation  Lol
and this is just a sample of the full article.
Anything Trumps Hillary

Quote:This will surely be the most entertaining election in US history, 
and probably the most pointless, too. 

After all, Hillary wants to use government to make Government Great Again. 

And Trump promises to use government to make America Great Again.

And then there is the ultimate proof that Hillary is an unreconstructed warfare statist 
who would bury America deeper in foreign quagmires and fiscal chains. 
To wit, she has become so blinded by the parochial delusions of Imperial Washington 
that she actually likened Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler.  Lol

The man’s a monumental crook and no model citizen of the world  Applause
but he is no threat to American security whatsoever.

He presides over a third rate economy no larger than the GDP of the New York SMSA 
that essentially consists of a complex of petroleum fields, 
grain farms and metal mines and a lethargic work force with a fondness for Vodka.  Rofl

Until the constitutionally elected government of Ukraine was overthrown by a Washington 
funded mob of  economically deprived citizens, 
disgruntled nationalists and crypto-Nazi agitators in February 2014, 
Putin was basking in the glory of the Sochi Olympics and having petty quarrels 
with the crook who took-over the tiny state of Georgia after the Soviet Union disappeared. 
The world disdained his oafish character, 
but no one claimed that he was fixing to invade Europe.

At the same time, any one who knew the slightest thing about Ukraine’s history 
and its long co-existence in the shadow of Mother Russia 
understood that bringing it into NATO was a decidedly stupid idea, 
and that threatening Russia’s rented naval homeport in Sevastopol, Crimea was sheer folly  Applause

Not Hillary. 
She was soon at the barricades justifying the folly of the NATO confrontation with Russia 
and the self-defeating economic sanctions against Putin.

Even though she was out of office and in a position to recognize that the very same “partition” solution 
that had led to the severance of Kosovo from Serbia during the 1990s 
could have solved the Donbas and Crimea issues, 
she was having none of it.

Instead, by her lights NATO, 
which should have been disbanded after 1991, 
needs to go to the brink with Putin over essentially a Ukrainian civil war. 
And that’s just for starters.

Hillary keeps advocating a “no-fly” zone in Syria  Slap2
but the Islamic State butchers don’t even have an air force.  
So her so-called “humanitarian” no fly zone is just another way to confront Putin.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 05-03-2016

Coal Worker Confronts HRC On Putting Coal “Out Of Business,” Asks How She Can Act Like A Friend Now

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 05-03-2016

Trump and Bernie win Indiana
what surprised me tonight was
how many more voters
voted for Repugs
than voted for demmyocrats
2 to 1

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 05-04-2016

Lyin' Ted is toast.
Lyin' Ted had to throw in the towel.
Man he crashed hard and fast.
Trump takes the Republican nomination.

The Trump - Clinton presidential race spectacle on the horizon?
Who shall ... epic fail?
This is where VP candidates will stand out.
I sure hope that Trump doesn't pick Christie.

Note this article from Huffington Post, an avid anti-Trump publication.
The actual author of the editorial did a good enough job,
and he is called the "associate politics editor".

Interestingly, at the end of the actual editorial,
the lead Huffington Post editor adds his political stabs at Trump:
Ted Cruz Threw Everything But The Kitchen Sink At Donald Trump. It Still Didn’t Work.
much more at link
Quote:In yet another bid to wrest the news cycle from Trump, 
Cruz decided to play the ace up his sleeve Pimp
and announce his vice presidential nominee,
(despite the fact that he was nowhere near to winning the nomination on the first ballot). 

His choice? 
Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Tp  Fiorina  
a failed Senate candidate Whip
and failed Republican presidential candidate Whip
who is nearly as disliked,
as her running mate among the GOP base  Rofl

Now everywhere that it is underlined,
the lead editor supplies links to other Huffington Post anti Trump news and related editorials.

Quote:Editor’s note:
Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist
misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 
1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.

w Lol w 

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 05-05-2016
Judge allows group to dig into Hillary Clinton's email server

WASHINGTON — A federal district court judge detailed Wednesday how a legal watchdog group can dig into the creation and operation of Hillary Clinton’s private email system — and didn’t rule out a deposition of the former secretary of state and current Democratic presidential front-runner.
U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan issued an order Wednesday detailing discovery in Judicial Watch’s lawsuit seeking records about Clinton and her top advisers, including the private email system that she used during her four-year tenure as secretary of state.
The server has become central to criticism of Clinton from Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill, sparked plenty of news headlines and forced Clinton and her team on the presidential campaign trail to respond.

In the case, Sullivan said that more information is needed for him to decide whether the State Department adequately searched relevant records in response to Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act request.
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Quote:Trump Landslide?
“Trump is amazing,” began a conversation with a group of Americans last night.
“When he started his campaign, people thought he was just a spoiler or a buffoon. But now, I think he’s going to win the White House. Nobody likes Hillary.”
“I thought the polls showed Hillary winning by a landslide,” we replied, a bit behind the news cycle.
“Want to bet?”
At our table of six Americans, at least four were so sure that Trump would take the White House that they were willing to put money on it.
“Look, a lot of his program is amateurish and silly. But he understands the soul of the American people much better than Hillary. Just wait until he starts going after her.
“Hillary has never had a job. She has a long history of corruption. She has no idea what life is like for ordinary Americans. And those Sanders voters… they’re never going to go for Hillary. Hillary is an insider, through and through. The Sanders voters, like Trump voters, want an outsider.
“And there are now as many millennials as there are baby boomers. The boomers may go for Hillary. She’s safe. She’s practically the definition of the Establishment. She’ll protect Social Security and free pills.
“But the millennials know the system is screwing them. They will have to pay for it… to keep us old f**** living in the style to which we’ve become accustomed.”
Addicted to Illusions
Hillary is the Deep State candidate. Mr. Trump’s relationship to the Deep State has yet to be determined.
All we know for sure is that his recent foreign policy speech must have upset the neo-con empire builders, the beribboned pencil pushers at the Pentagon, the think-tank heroes, and New World Order enforcers.
Mr. Trump said, in effect, he could turn the country’s attention back to its own interests.
“America first,” Trump says, echoing a foreign policy theme not heard for half a century. “After Reagan, our foreign policy began to make less and less sense. Logic was replaced with foolishness and arrogance, which ended in one foreign policy disaster after another.”
The elite won’t like that. They caused those disasters. They profited from them. They want them to go on.
The elite depend on the illusions of the system – especially, the scammy, credit-backed dollar – for the objective reality of their jobs, their wealth, their reputations and power.
They won’t give up easily.
Quote:Romanian hacker 'Guccifer' who released some of Hillary Clinton's private emails and George Bush's family photos to be extradited to US
  • Marcel Lehel, 42, lost his legal case after hacking the emails of celebrities
  • Known online as 'Guccifier', he released some of [b]Hillary Clinton's emails[/b]
  • Some of George Bush's family photos were also leaked online by Lehel

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a bar. Donald leans over, and With A smile on his face, says, "The media are really tearing you apart for That Scandal...."
Hillary: "You mean my lying about Benghazi?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "You mean the massive voter fraud?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "You mean the military not getting their votes counted?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "Using my secret private server with classified material to Hide my Activities?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything Else?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "Using the Clinton Foundation as a cover for tax evasion, Hiring Cronies, And taking bribes from foreign countries?
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "You mean the drones being operated in our own country without The Benefit of the law?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "Giving 123 Technologies $300 Million, and right afterward it Declared Bankruptcy and was sold to the Chinese?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "You mean arming the Muslim Brotherhood and hiring them in the White House?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "Whitewater, Watergate committee, Vince Foster, commodity Deals?"
Trump: "No the other one:"
Hillary: "The IRS targeting conservatives?"
Trump: "No the other one:"
Hillary: "Turning Libya into chaos?"
Trump: "No the other one:"
Hillary: "Trashing Mubarak, one of our few Muslim friends?"
Trump: "No the other one:"
Hillary: "Turning our backs on Israel?"
Trump: "No the other one:"
Hillary: "The joke Iran Nuke deal? "
Trump: "No the other one:"
Hillary: "Leaving Iraq in chaos? "
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "The DOJ spying on the press?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "You mean HHS Secretary Sibelius shaking down health insurance Executives?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "Giving our cronies in SOLYNDRA $500 MILLION DOLLARS and 3 Months Later they declared bankruptcy and then the Chinese bought it?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "The NSA monitoring citizens' ?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "The State Department interfering with an Inspector General Investigation on departmental sexual misconduct?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "Me, The IRS, Clapper and Holder all lying to Congress?"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "Threats to all of Bill's former mistresses to keep them quiet"
Trump: "No, the other one."
Hillary: "I give up! ... Oh wait, I think I've got it! When I stole the White House furniture, silverware and China when Bill left Office?"
Trump: "THAT'S IT! I almost forgot about that one".
Everything above is true. Yet she still gets the Democratic vote? Does anyone understand this??? I think we're doomed !!!