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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 11-10-2016

(11-10-2016, 02:38 AM)Kalter Rauch Wrote: EA...when I was looking at Canadian sites
there was frequent mention of "Planet Itnoc",
referring to Canada.
Is that Eskimoin for how it's governed?

I don't know about "Planet Itnoc"

I dislike owls... eagles and falcons are just fine by me.

My Father was into the local politics as well as my step-father and a lot of my family work for the feds or the banks amongst our ranks my father in law was an alderman and then a deputy minister so as to how canada is governed?

Not to my liking.

Canada is Awesome but could be EPIC.

We are not quite there yet and may one day be better than cool. LilD


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-10-2016

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-10-2016

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/11/10/trump-victory-totally-rains-un-climate-parade/

Trump Victory Totally Rains On UN Climate Summit’s Parade


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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-10-2016

Speaking of self inflated Pricks >



Michael Moore

Day Two's To-Do List:
1. Must quickly and decisively form an opposition movement, the likes of which hasn't been seen since the 1960s. I will do my part to help lead this as I'm sure many others (Bernie, Elizabeth Warren, MoveOn, the hip-hop community, DFA, etc.) will, too. The core of this opposition force will be fueled by young people who, as with Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter, don't tolerate b.s. and are relentless in their resistance to authority. They have no interest in compromising with racists and misogynists.
2. Prepare to impeach Trump. Just as the Republicans were already planning to do with President Hillary from Day One, we must organize the apparatus that will bring charges against him when he violates his oath and breaks the law -- and then we must remove him from office.
3. Must commit right now to a vigorous fight (including civil disobedience, if necessary) which will block any and all Donald Trump Supreme Court nominees who do not meet our approval. We demand the Democrats in the Senate aggressively filibuster any nominees who support Citizens United or who oppose the rights of women, immigrants and the poor. This is non-negotiable.
4. Demand the DNC apologize to Bernie Sanders for trying to fix the primaries against him, for spinning the press to ignore his historic campaign, for giving Clinton the questions in advance at the Flint debate, for its latent ageism and anti-Semism in trying to turn voters against him because of his age or religious beliefs, and for its anti-democracy system of "superdelegates" who are elected by no one. We all know now had Bernie been given a fair shot, he probably would have been the nominee and he -- as the true outsider and "change" candidate --would have inspired and fired up the base and soundly defeated Donald Trump. If no apology is soon forthcoming from the DNC, that's ok -- when we take over the Democratic Party (see yesterday's To-Do List, #1), we will issue the apology in person.
5. Demand that President Obama establish a Special Prosecutor to investigate who and what was behind FBI Director James Comey's illegal interference into the Presidential election 11 days before the vote was held.
6. Begin a national push while it's fresh in everyone's mind for a constitutional amendment to fix our broken electoral system: 1. Eliminate the Electoral College -- popular vote only. 2. Paper ballots only -- no electronic voting. 3. Election Day must be made a holiday for all -- or held on a weekend so more people vote. 4. All citizens, regardless of any run-ins with the criminal "justice" system, must have the right to vote. (In swing states like Florida and Virginia, 30-40% of all Black men are prohibited by law from voting.)
7. Convince President Obama to immediately do what he should have done a year ago: Send in the Army Corps of Engineers to Flint to dig up and replace all the poisoned pipes. NOTHING HAS CHANGED; the water in Flint is still unusable.
Will try to get these done by sundown. More To-Do tomorrow...
--Michael Moore


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 11-10-2016

Who needs "the mainstream press" when you own a winning wine-press of the path of Trump?

No sour-grapes on his space pledge ... LilD  he own vineyards and makes Wine.

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Trump Sets His Sights on Outer Space as Election Day Nears
Most of his policy proposals have few details. His space plan is a notable exception.
PATRICK CALDWELLNOV. 4, 2016 5:00 AM
When Donald Trump visited Florida last week, he suggested a new theme for his presidential campaign in its waning days: Make NASA Great Again. "I will free NASA from the restriction of serving primarily as a logistics agency for low Earth orbit activity," Trump promised. "Big deal. Instead, we will refocus its mission on space exploration. Under a Trump administration, Florida and America will lead the way into the stars. With a victory in November, everything will change."
Trump's campaign has been defined by a lack of his policy details. The specifics of his border wall have shifted constantly, his tax proposals require great imagination to make the numbers add up, and his alternative to Obamacare is "something terrific." His Washington, DC, policy shop dissolved this fall after he failed to pay its staffers.
But in crunch time before Election Day, Trump brought in an outside expert to craft a surprisingly detailed and ambitious space policy—one that aims far higher than proposals by Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton.
Trump's newfound interest in the heavens was born more of humiliation than enthusiasm. Last month, the Trump and Clinton campaigns submitted responses to a questionnaire from Space News. Clinton offered substantive, detailed answers to the nine questions. Trump barely mustered any response except for vague praise for the space program. On the final question—"Any other comments you would like to make?"—the Trump campaign simply responded, "No."
"That was reasonably embarrassing," says Robert Walker, a former Republican congressman who chaired the Science, Space, and Technology Committee in the 1990s. Walker was approached soon after the questionnaire about advising the Trump campaign on space policy. "I think some of the impetus was people saw that and said, 'Hey, we need to be saying something rational on these programs.'"
Walker says he got a call from Trump Tower to write up a plan on the quick, and that the Trump campaign incorporated most of Walker's proposals into the campaign platform. Since then, Walker (along with fellow Trump "senior policy adviser" Peter Navarro) has penned two op-eds in Space News fleshing out Trump's new vision.
Trump's space plan focuses on eliminating bureaucratic overlaps in the federal government and setting ambitious goals for human exploration. "Talking about that is a stretch goal, in the same way that going to the moon was a stretch goal," says Walker, who is not being paid by the campaign. "But the technological backwash that you get from a stretch goal is pretty substantial."
Obama, following other presidential moonshots, has set goals of visiting an asteroid by 2025 and reaching Mars sometime in the 2030s. Walker and Trump propose just one deadline: exploring the farthest reaches of the solar system by the end of the 21st century. Mars is too limited a target, Walker says, since existing chemical-fueled rockets (similar to those used for the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs) could get the job done with some investment. "If you're looking at technology that looks for the solar system, you are then likely to move toward plasma rockets, toward nuclear-powered rockets, certainly toward solar sails," he explains. "There are a variety of things that you can do, which allows you to apply power throughout the mission." Among the farther-flung destinations Walker hopes to reach is the Jupiter moon Europa.
Trump's plan doesn't exactly spell out how to meet those lofty goals; the idea is to set the endpoint to spur technology along the way. Walker is pessimistic that more money will be devoted to space research. (NASA currently gets about 0.5 percent of the federal budget, whereas during the glory years of the Apollo missions it received more than 4 percent.) Instead, he proposes a national space council that would coordinate among NASA, military space programs, and commercial endeavors. And much of the low Earth orbit research currently conducted by NASA would be shifted to the private sector, with the International Space Station opened up to private enterprise.



NASA's mission isn't just about exploring the stars, though. The agency operates many Earth-observation programs that have contributed to our knowledge of climate change. Trump has long been a skeptic of global warming, calling it a Chinese hoax. His plan for space would move those programs to what Walker calls a "more appropriate place to do it," most likely the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. But since Trump isn't promising any additional funds to NOAA for these new responsibilities, the result could be pressure to cut back on climate change research.
"It would be up to NOAA to make decisions in the future," Walker says, "but the operation of the stuff that's now on orbit would be done by that agency." Trump's ambitions for NASA, like so many of his proposals, can't be constrained by the world as we know it.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 11-10-2016

The most astonishing history is being made in ways we never imagined.
This will the first time a White Billionaire has ever desired to move into Government housing after Blacks have been moved out.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Steevy - 11-10-2016

Michael Moore looks like he swallowed the electoral college.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 11-11-2016

FSB..."gentrification"?


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-11-2016

Eddie White

Trump is reaching out to Hillary to show no hard feelings.

On September 10, 2017, Mrs. Clinton and her administrative assistants Huma Abedin-Weiner-Danger and John Podesta will be sent to the Middle East to fill a vacancy left by the Obama Administration.
Clinton will assume the role of Ambassador to Libya and will serve in the city of Benghazi.
When asked for comment about this new opportunity, she replied “What difference, at this point does it make?”

Holycowsmile

Patricia McConnell

Dear Democrats and Liberals,

I'm noticing that a lot of you aren't graciously accepting the fact that your candidate lost. In fact you seem to be posting even more hateful things about those of us who voted for Trump.

Some of you are apparently "triggered". Because you are posting how "sick" you feel about the results.

How did this happen you ask.

You created "us" when you attacked our freedom of speech.

You created "us" when you attacked our right to bear arms.

You created "us" when you attacked our Christian beliefs.

You created "us" when you constantly referred to us as racists.

You created "us" when you constantly called us xenophobic.

You created "us" when you told us to get on board or get out of the way.

You created "us" when you forced us to buy health care and then financially penalized us for not participating.

You created "us" when you allowed our jobs to continue to leave our country.

You created "us" when you attacked our flag.

You created "us" when you confused women's rights with feminism.

You created "us" when you began to immasculate men.

You created "us" when you decided to make our children soft.

You created "us" when you decided to vote for progressive ideals.

You created "us" when you attacked our way of life.

You created "us" when you decided to let our government get out of control.

"You" created "us" the silent majority.

And we became fed up and we pushed back and spoke up.

And we did it with ballots, not bullets.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 11-11-2016

Quote:You created "us" when you told us to get on board or get out of the way.


CANADA OR BUST: AIRLINE OFFERS ANTI-TRUMP CELEBRITIES FREE FLIGHTS TO CANADA
Celebrities quiet following election of Trump despite promises to flee the U.S.
Mikael Thalen | Infowars.com - NOVEMBER 10, 2016

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Allan Jones, CEO of Tennessee-based Jones Airways, is offering free one-way flights to Canada for Hollywood celebrities who promised to leave the country if Donald Trump won the presidency.



In a video posted to Facebook, which has received more than 600,000 views thus far, multiple celebrities including Miley Cyrus and Alec Baldwin are offered a complimentary flight across the northern border on a Falcon 900 jet.

“All these individuals said that they will move to Canada,” a man identified as “Money Mark” says. 



“Therefore, Jones Airways will put them aboard this beautiful, luxurious Falcon 900 at no charge for a one-way trip to Canada!”


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“You’re not coming back. It’s one way.” Naughty



According to Money Mike, the free flight also includes lessons on how to sing “O Canada,” the country’s national anthem.

Despite their promises, not one celebrity has announced their migration from the US following the presidential election.

Stand up comedian Amy Schumer, who vowed to leave the country if Trump won the presidency last September, announced Tuesday morning that her comments had been a joke.
“First of all the interview where I said I would move was in London and was said in jest,” Schumer wrote on social media. “Not that anyone needs more than a headline to count something as official news.”




I luv Fergie!!!
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Please please please Arrow  kick her out of your country!!!


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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 11-11-2016

Big data shows people's collective behavior follows strong periodic patterns
November 8, 2016

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New research has revealed that by using big data to analyse massive data sets of modern and historical news, social media and Wikipedia page views, periodic patterns in the collective behaviour of the population can be observed that could otherwise go unnoticed.


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Academics from the University of Bristol's ThinkBIG project, led by Nello Cristianini, Professor of Artificial Intelligence, have published two papers that have analysed periodic patterns in daily media content and consumption: the first investigated historical newspapers, the second Twitter posts and Wikipedia visits.
The two sets of findings, taken together, show that people's collective behaviour follows strong periodic patterns and is more predictable than previously thought. However, these patterns can often only be revealed when analysing the activities of a large number of people for a very long time, and until recently this has been a very difficult task.
By using big data technologies it is now possible to obtain a unified look at newspaper content, for dozens of newspapers at the same time, spanning several decades or to analyse the contents posted on Twitter by large numbers of users, or even the Wikipedia pages visited.
Professor Nello Cristianini, from the Department of Engineering Mathematics, said: "What emerges is a glimpse at the regularities in our behaviour that are hidden behind the day-to-day variations in our lives.
"Our two papers have shown that by analysing massive data sets of modern and historical news, social media and Wikipedia page views, we can obtain an unprecedented look at our collective behaviour, revealing cycles that we certainly suspected, but that have never been observed before."
The first paper, published in the journal PLOS ONE, analysed 87 years of US and UK newspapers between 1836 and 1922. The researchers found people's leisure and work were strongly regulated by the weather and seasons, with words like picnic or excursion consistently peaking every summer in the UK and US.
Much of our diet was influenced by the seasons too, with very predictable peak times for different fruits and foods, and even flowers, in the historical news. The same was found for diseases, such as the peak season for measles in both countries was found to be in late March to early April. Interestingly, a strong indicator was provided by the very periodic re-appearance of gooseberries every June, which is no longer found in modern news, along with many other lost traditions.
This may seem obvious, but the research team also noticed that certain activities that used to be highly regular, like Christmas lectures, have now all but disappeared, and have been replaced by other periodic activities, like football, Ibiza, Oktoberfest. In some ways, the TV has partly replaced the weather as a major factor of synchronisation of people's lives.
In the second paper, to be presented next month at a workshop at the 2016 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM), the researchers discovered that seasons may also have strong effects on mental health. The team analysed the aggregate sentiment in Twitter in the UK, plus aggregate Wikipedia access over four years. They found that negative sentiment is overexpressed in the winter, peaking in November, and anxiety and anger are overexpressed between September and April.
At the same time, an analysis of Wikipedia visits for mental health pages, globally but strongly dominated by northern hemisphere traffic, showed clear seasonality in searches for specific forms of mental issues. For example, visits to the page on seasonal affective disorder peaks in late December and panic disorder visits peak in April, at the same time as visits to the page on acute stress disorder.
Together, these two articles show that the use of multiple sources of big data can enable researchers to look at the collective behaviour, and even the mood and mental health, of large populations, revealing cycles for the first time that have been suspected but were difficult to observe.
[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Public interest in plane crashes only predicted 'if death toll is 50 or higher'
More information: 'Discovering periodic patterns in historical news' by Nello Cristianini et al in PLOS ONE.
'Seasonal fluctuations in collective mood', by Fabon Dzogang, Thomas Lansdall-Welfare and Nello Cristianini to be presented at a workshop at the 2016 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM). 
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Provided by: University of Bristol



Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-11-big-people-behavior-strong-periodic.html#jCp

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They found that negative sentiment is overexpressed in the winter, peaking in November, and anxiety and anger are overexpressedbetween September and April.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 11-11-2016

EA...for geopolitically, economically, etc. reasons,
The US and Canada will unite.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 11-11-2016

I like America just the way it is with definitive borders and the Strong mandate with control of congress and senate all in Trump's favor.
You have a Republic.


Canada is a nice buffer against Russia and we ain't scared of 'em either.

We are a constitutional Monarchy and Americans would NEVER let a King be the Titular Head of their Gov't.

Tell you what.

You Deliver us Fergie!!! Luv  

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and We will send you our next Arrow   Justin Bieber   or   Jim Carey Cry


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-11-2016

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https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/11/04/executive-order-advancing-global-health-security-agenda-achieve-world


EXECUTIVE ORDER

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ADVANCING THE GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY AGENDA TO ACHIEVE
A WORLD SAFE AND SECURE FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE THREATS
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Policy. As articulated in the National Strategy for Countering Biological Threats and implemented in Presidential Policy Directive 2 (PPD-2), promoting global health security is a core tenet of our national strategy for countering biological threats. No single nation can be prepared if other nations remain unprepared to counter biological threats; therefore, it is the policy of the United States to advance the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), which is a multi-faceted, multi-country initiative intended to accelerate partner countries' measurable capabilities to achieve specific targets to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats (GHSA targets), whether naturally occurring, deliberate, or accidental. The roles, responsibilities, and activities described in this order will support the goals of the International Health Regulations (IHR) and will be conducted, as appropriate, in coordination with the World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction, the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), and other relevant organizations and stakeholders. To advance the achievement of the GHSA targets and to support the implementation of the IHR within partner countries, each executive department, agency, and office (agency) shall, as appropriate, partner, consult, and coordinate with other governments, international financial institutions, international organizations, regional organizations, economic communities, and nongovernmental stakeholders, including the private sector.
Sec. 2. GHSA Interagency Review Council.
(a) GHSA Coordination and Policy Development. In furtherance of the policy described in section 1 of this order, I hereby direct the National Security Council staff, in accordance with the procedures and requirements in Presidential Policy Directive 1 (or any successor directive), to convene a GHSA Interagency Review Council (Council) to perform the responsibilities described in this order. The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, in coordination with the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, shall designate a member of the National Security Council staff to serve as Chair for the Council. The Council shall meet not less than four times per year to advance its mission and fulfill its responsibilities.
(b) GHSA Interagency Review Council Responsibilities
     (i) The Council shall be responsible for the following activities:
(A) Provide, by consensus, policy-level guidance to participating agencies on GHSA goals, objectives, and implementation.
(B) Facilitate interagency, multi-sectoral engagement to carry out GHSA implementation.
© Provide a forum for raising and working to resolve interagency disagreements concerning the GHSA.
(D) Review the progress toward and work to resolve challenges in achieving U.S. commitments under the GHSA, including commitments to assist other countries in achieving the GHSA targets. The Council shall consider, among other issues, the status of U.S. financial commitments to the GHSA in the context of commitments by other donors, and the contributions of partner countries to achieve the GHSA targets; progress toward the milestones outlined in GHSA national plans for those countries where the United States Government has committed to assist in implementing the GHSA and in annual work-plans outlining agency priorities for implementing the GHSA; and external evaluations of United States and partner country capabilities to address infectious disease threats, including the ability to achieve the targets outlined within the WHO Joint External Evaluation (JEE) tool, as well as gaps identified by such external evaluations.
(E) Provide, by consensus, within 30 days of the date of this order, initial policy-level guidance on GHSA implementation.
(F) Develop a report on an annual basis regarding the progress achieved and challenges concerning the United States Government's ability to advance the GHSA across priority countries. The report shall include recommendations to resolve, mitigate, or otherwise address the challenges identified therein. The report shall be transmitted to the President and, to the extent possible, made publicly available.
(G) Conduct an overall review of the GHSA for submission to the President by September 2019. The review should include an evaluation of the progress achieved during the 5 years of this initiative, as well as any challenges faced. The report should also provide recommendations on the future direction of the initiative.
(ii) The Council shall not perform any activities or functions that interfere with the foreign affairs responsibilities of the Secretary of State, including the responsibility to oversee the implementation of programs and policies that advance the GHSA within foreign countries.
© Participation. The Council shall consist of representatives, serving at the Assistant Secretary level or higher, from the following agencies:
(i) the Department of State;
(ii) the Department of Defense;
(iii) the Department of Justice;
(iv) the Department of Agriculture;
(v) the Department of Health and Human Services;
(vi) the Department of Homeland Security;
(vii) the Office of Management and Budget;
(viii) the United States Agency for International Development;
(ix) the Environmental Protection Agency;
(x) the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;
(xii) the Office of Science and Technology Policy; and
(xiii) such other agencies as the agencies set forth above, by consensus, deem appropriate.
Sec. 3. Agency Roles and Responsibilities. In furtherance of the policy described in section 1 of this order, I hereby direct agencies to perform the following:
(a) The heads of agencies described in section 2© of this order shall:
(i) make the GHSA and its implementation a high priority within their respective agencies, and include GHSA-related activities within their respective agencies' strategic planning and budget processes;
(ii) designate a senior-level official to be responsible for the implementation of this order;
(iii) designate, in accordance with section 2© of this order, an appropriate representative at the Assistant Secretary level or higher to participate on the Council;
(iv) keep the Council apprised of GHSA-related activities undertaken within their respective agencies;
(v) maintain responsibility for agency-related programmatic functions in coordination with host governments, country teams, and GHSA in-country teams, and in conjunction with other relevant agencies;
(vi) coordinate with other agencies that are identified in this order to satisfy programmatic goals, and further facilitate coordination of country teams, implementers, and donors in host countries; and
(vii) coordinate across GHSA national plans and with GHSA partners to which the United States is providing assistance.
(b) The Secretary of State shall:
(i) engage Chiefs of Mission, country teams, and regional and functional bureaus within the Department of State to promote the GHSA with international partners and to facilitate country-level implementation of U.S. programmatic activities;
(ii) monitor and evaluate progress toward achieving GHSA targets, determine where more work is needed, and work with agencies and international partners to identify the partners best placed to improve performance and to achieve the GHSA targets for countries the United States has made a commitment to assist;
(iii) facilitate implementation and coordination of Department of State programs to further the GHSA, as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist;
(iv) coordinate planning, implementation, and evaluation of GHSA activities with the U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator at the United States Agency for International Development and the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator at the Department of State in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist;
(v) lead diplomatic outreach, including at senior levels, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, to build international support for the GHSA with its members, other countries, and regional and multilateral bodies, including the Group of 7 (G7), the Group of 20 (G20), the African Union, the WHO, the OIE, the FAO, INTERPOL, the Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction, the European Union, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the Economic Community of West African States, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, development banks, and other relevant partners;
(vi) work, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, with other donors and nongovernmental implementers in partner countries in order to leverage commitments to advance the GHSA with partners; and
(vii) coordinate, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, the United States Government relationship with foreign and domestic GHSA nongovernmental stakeholders, including the private sector, nongovernmental organizations, and foundations, and develop, with consensus from the Council, an annual GHSA nongovernmental outreach strategy.
© The Secretary of Defense shall:
(i) facilitate implementation and coordination of Department of Defense programs to further the GHSA, as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist;
(ii) work, in conjunction with interagency partners and the in-country GHSA team, with other donors and nongovernmental implementers in partner countries in which Department of Defense programs are active in order to coordinate and leverage commitments to advance the GHSA with partners; and
(iii) coordinate and communicate, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, with defense ministries with regard to the GHSA, including at the GHSA Ministerial and Steering Group.
(d) The Attorney General, generally acting through the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), shall:
(i) serve, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, as the United States Government lead for GHSA targets relating to linking public health and law enforcement, and coordinate with INTERPOL on the GHSA and its successful implementation;
(ii) facilitate implementation and coordination of FBI programs to further the GHSA, as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist; and
(iii) work, in conjunction with interagency partners and the in-country GHSA team, with other donors and nongovernmental implementers in partner countries in which FBI programs are active in order to coordinate and leverage commitments to advance the GHSA with partners.
(e) The Secretary of Agriculture shall:
(i) represent, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, the United States in coordination and communication with the FAO and OIE with regard to the GHSA;
(ii) facilitate implementation and coordination of Department of Agriculture programs to further the GHSA, as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist; and
(iii) work, in conjunction with interagency partners and the in-country GHSA team, with other donors, contributing international organizations, and nongovernmental implementers in partner countries in which Department of Agriculture programs are active in order to coordinate and leverage commitments to advance the GHSA with partners.
(f) The Secretary of Health and Human Services shall:
(i) represent, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, the United States at GHSA Ministerial and Steering Group meetings and in working with G7 and G20 Health Ministers on the GHSA, and coordinate United States Government support for those activities;
(ii) provide overall leadership and coordination for the GHSA Action Packages (Action Packages), which consist of country commitments to advance and share best practices toward specific GHSA targets, including serving as the primary point of contact for the Action Packages, providing support to Action Package leaders, and tracking overall progress on the Action Packages;
(iii) coordinate United States Government support for and participation in external evaluations, including the WHO JEE tool and the Alliance for Country Assessments for Global Health Security and IHR Implementation;
(iv) represent, in conjunction with other relevant agencies, the United States in coordination and communication with the WHO regarding the GHSA;
(v) facilitate, no less than every 4 years, the request for an external assessment, such as the process outlined within the WHO JEE tool, of United States Government domestic efforts to implement the IHR and the GHSA and work to publish the assessment to the general public; and
(vi) consolidate and publish to the general public an external assessment of United States domestic capability to address infectious disease threats and implement the IHR, including the ability to achieve the targets outlined within the WHO JEE tool and including the gaps identified by such external assessment.
(g) The Secretary of Homeland Security shall:
(i) assess the impacts of global health threats on homeland security operations; and
(ii) lead, in conjunction with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, the Secretary of State, and the Secretary of Agriculture, United States Government GHSA activities related to global health threats at U.S. borders and ports of entry.
(h) The Administrator for the United States Agency for International Development shall:
(i) facilitate implementation and coordination of United States Agency for International Development programs to further the GHSA, as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist;
(ii) provide, in conjunction with other agencies, strategic technical guidance for achieving GHSA targets; and
(iii) work, in conjunction with interagency partners and the in-country GHSA teams, with other donors and nongovernmental GHSA implementers in partner countries in which United States Agency for International Development programs are active in order to coordinate and leverage commitments to advance the GHSA with partners.
(i) The Director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in coordination with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, shall:
(i) facilitate implementation and coordination of U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention programs to further the GHSA, as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist;
(ii) provide, in conjunction with other agencies, strategic technical guidance for achieving GHSA targets;
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(iv) work, in conjunction with interagency partners and the in-country GHSA team, with other donors and nongovernmental implementers in partner countries in which the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention programs are active in order to coordinate and leverage commitments to advance the GHSA with partners.
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(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals; or
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© This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.
BARACK OBAMA
THE WHITE HOUSE,
November 4, 2016.

DCLeaks just dropped emails from a lot of people, including Huma & Podesta bros.
by IWB · Published November 11, 2016 · Updated November 11, 2016

Research happening at 4chan/pol
http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/97955866
———
>Andy Kerr (11561 emails)
[/url]http://dcleaks.com/index.php/sen_and_krr_srtd/
>Kathleen McGinty (8685 emails)
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/ind_kt_a_mcgnt/
>Leslie A. Dach
this one is fragmented to the following subpages:
HHS (2981 emails):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/hhs2/
Huma Abedin (317):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/huma-abedin2/
Jake Sullivan (461):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/jake-sullivan2/
Jesse Ferguson (1681):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/jesse-ferguson2/
John Podesta (427):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/john-podesta2/
Laura (((Rosenberger))) (558):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/laura-rosenberger2/
Tony Podesta (298):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/tony-podesta2/
Yoo Jin Cheong (458):
http://dcleaks.com/index.php/yoo-jin-cheong2/
There is also this unaccessible password protected page:
[url=http://dcleaks.com/index.php/]http://dcleaks.com/index.php/exc_leslie-a-dach/


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-12-2016

Gore said Snow will be a thing of the past in 2000
and now the little special snowflakes are melting down.
Karma !
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNbF9PI9Gjo


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 11-12-2016

...
The rumor doomers in Russia are playing out an odd game,
or is this another misdirection and control routine?

I don't believe it, especially considering the sources,
but this was yesterdays big rumor in Russia.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3926512/Is-Putin-QUIT-Russian-president-step-ill-health-hints-Kremlin-expert.html

Is Putin about to QUIT? Russian president may step down due to ill health, hints Kremlin expert
Quote:Vladimir Putin is considering quitting as Russian President Nonono a Kremlin expert Doh   has claimed.
The 64-year-old may stand down,
due to 'certain circumstances' that mean he will need to be out of the spotlight next year, it is suggested.

Russian political analyst Valery Solovey hinted that Putin, 
who welcomed the election of Donald Trump as US President, may be forced to step aside due to illness. 

Mr Solovey, professor at Moscow State Institute of Foreign Affairs, 
said the president might need to 'avoid publicity in 2017 for several months or will appear very rarely'.

He stated: 
'As you see, this hypothetical situation is very nervy from the point of view of Russian policy.' 
He was asked if Putin had 'health problems' he answered cryptically: 
'Let me not say more, 
I have said enough.
'And let me stress this information is not absolutely reliable. 
Still, it should be considered.'

The explosive story appeared on major Kremlin-friendly news website Moskovsky Komsomolets (MK) 
and was then deleted within hours.
However, Mr Solovey insisted on social media that all he had said was true.
'Before the end of the year, 
the respected audience will get confirmation of everything mentioned in the much talked-about interview.'
 
The report hinted at health problems but also said that the strongman could stand aside 
to allow a successor to take charge who had better relations with the West.
 
The story appeared under the headline: 
'Thunderstorm 2017: maybe Putin will be replaced by a successor in several months'.
Two names were mentioned as potential replacements in the 'censored' article: 
current premier Dmitry Medvedev, 
who has already served a four year term as president ending in 2012; 
and Alexei Dyumin, 44, 
ex-Putin bodyguard and former deputy defence minister, 
who is seen as being groomed for a top role.

It hinted at a bitter power struggle involving Putin's influential security apparatchiks who oppose Medvedev.

Mr Solovey, who is seen as having an inside track at the Kremlin, 
said early presidential elections are being considered for 2017, 
up to a year ahead of the end of Putin's current six year term.

The deletion of the article by MK was reported in Russia today 
by Gazprom-owned but editorially independent Ekho Moscow radio what said: 
'There will be clarity in December - 
MK deleted political analyst's interview about Putin's successor.'


The interview was read by more than 50,000 users before it was deleted, 
according to MedeaLeaks.ru. 

Mr Solovey, 56, graduated from Moscow State Lomonosov Institute, 
and worked for the Russian Academy of Sciences, 
the Mikhail Gorbachev Foundation, 
as well as spending a year at the London School of Economics.

He has been a member of the expert council of respected Geopolitics magazine since 2009.
He said it was 'logical' to hold early elections but the 'most incredible idea was being discussed', 
namely that Putin would not be a candidate.

Asked why, he said: 
'Partly because of these circumstances, partly because of geo-strategic considerations.
'Putin is convinced that as long as he is the president, 
it would not be possible to improve relations with the West.
'So in order to change this situation it is necessary that Russia is represented at the negotiations 
by a different person.

If we suppose that improvement of relations with the West is considered by Vladimir Vladimirovich (Putin)
to be a national necessity, it is easy to predict who his successor will be.'

He named 'liberal' Medvedev but said 'he is not liked by many people' including the powerful security lobby.
An alternative was action man Dyumin,
fast tracked into a political career by Putin who this year appointed him governor of Tula region.

He personally escorted toppled Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych out of his country after the 2014 revolution, and played a key role in the Russian seizure of Crimea.

But Mr Solovey said Putin has lost faith with the security lobby ;hmm2:
although ex-defence minister and Kremlin chief of staff Sergei Ivanov -
a former KGB spy who was recently sidelined - could be drafted in.

The timing of the story appeared strange because it was posted the day after the election of Donald Trump.

Putin sees Trump as a rare Western leader he 'can do business with'.
The reason the story was removed are not clear. On social media there were claims of 'censorship'.
There was no immediate comment from the Kremlin.



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 11-12-2016

EA says "Canada is a nice buffer against Russia and we ain't scared of 'em either."

Poland thought the same thing before WWII.
Better to join the US than the UK
and stand against Mexico.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-12-2016

http://theduran.com/philippines-president-duterte-praises-donald-trump-after-blasting-barack-obama/

Whilst the world has been watching Washington, something incredibly interesting happened in Manilla. Weeks after President Duterte of Philippines cancelled a US arms deal and went to Beijing, opening up a new chapter in Chinese-Philippine relations and just months after calling Barack Obama a ‘son of a whore’, Duterte has praised Donald Trump.
 
Yesterday, President Duterte, called the United States a ‘friend’ and ‘ally’ and affirmed his commitment to all bilateral agreements between the two countries. He went on to say, “The respect should be there, and in all matters that would affect our two countries, especially the treaties that we signed with them, and there are so many agreements, it will be honoured, all of these thing”.

In the same statement, the usually brash Duterte described himself as a ‘tiny molecule’ in relation to Trump, before making other positive comparisons between the two leaders. He went so far as to compare his penchant for swearing with that of Trump.

The praise heaped on Trump contrasts sharply with his thoughts on Obama whom Duterte said can ‘go to hell’. But behind a personal affection for Trump and a willingness to re-cooperate with former colonial master and neo-colonial ally America on key issues, what will this mean for the region?

Early in Obama’s presidency, there was talk of a ‘pivot to Asia’. This was meant to mean that US foreign policy would be shifted away from Europe in order to focus on building relations, strengthening alliances and dominating East Asia, rather continuing to act as Europe’s post-Marshall plan godfather.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 11-12-2016

(11-12-2016, 02:24 AM)Kalter Rauch Wrote: EA says "Canada is a nice buffer against Russia and we ain't scared of 'em either."

Poland thought the same thing before WWII.
Better to join the US than the UK
and stand against Mexico.

I think 


Quote: "I like America just the way it is with definitive borders..."

 "Calnasdka is a nice buffer against Russia and we ain't scared of 'em Neither."


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Nice  Buffer Zone
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We a Cheering America on!!!  LilD 

When freedom wins and liberty is not a statue but a statute and justice for...all Ma'at @ that .

Then the globalist will finally start to see that there are imaginary lines drawn there for a reason. Arrow

To Show Trump Exactly where to build America's Border WALL.  Smilies-21813




RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-13-2016

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/donald-trump-obama-foreign-policy-231188

Before Donald Trump won the presidency, Democratic foreign policy circles hummed with talk that an outgoing President Barack Obama could take a last stab at peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians. There also was a strong expectation that Obama would push hard for Congress to approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

But now that they're on the verge of power, Trump aides say Obama shouldn't even think about taking such steps.
Story Continued Below

"On big, transformative issues where President Obama and President-elect Trump are not in alignment, I don’t think it’s in keeping with the spirit of the transition ... to try to push through agenda items that are contrary to the president-elect’s positions," a Trump national security adviser told POLITICO on Thursday. "It's not going to be just counterproductive, but it will also send mixed messages."

Presidential transitions are often fraught, messy affairs, especially

http://theduran.com/donald-trump-scheduled-to-speak-with-vladimir-putin/

BREAKING: Donald Trump scheduled to speak with Vladimir Putin
Sergey Gladysh
11 mins ago
November 13, 2016
Donald Trump remains determined to work closely with Russia and is not interested in regime change in Syria, interview reveals.

In his first post-election interview with The Wall Street Journal, President-elect Donald Trump thanked Russia’s President Vladimir Putin for sending him a “beautiful” letter of congratulations and said that the two are scheduled to speak over the phone.
 
In the same interview Donald Trump hinted at withdrawing support for rebels in Syria, instead opting for cooperation with the country’s legitimate government under the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad. The Duran has recently reported on Syria’s readiness to work with a Trump-led United States.
Here is what President-elect Donald Trump had to say:
Quote:I’ve had an opposite view of many people regarding Syria.
My attitude was you’re fighting Syria, Syria is fighting ISIS, and you have to get rid of ISIS. Russia is now totally aligned with Syria. Now we’re backing rebels against Syria, and we have no idea who these people are.
On Saturday, Donald Trump also received Brexit’s architect and UKIP leader Nigel Farage at his Trump Tower residence. During what could be considered as Trump’s first meeting with a foreign politicians since becoming the President-elect of the United States, the two spoke of US-UK relations.

While Nigel appears to be thrilled, Britain’s government is now facing a diplomatic crisis over the fact that the views of America’s next president are “in stark contrast” with those of Theresa May. The Telegraph is reporting the following:
Quote:Britain is facing a diplomatic crisis with the US over Donald Trump’s plans to forge an alliance with Vladimir Putin and bolster the Syrian regime.
In a significant foreign policy split, officials admitted that Britain will have some “very difficult” conversations with the President-elect in coming months over his approach to Russia.
The dramatic shift in US policy has prompted significant concern in the Foreign Office, and Britain will use the next three months before Mr Trump enters the White House to try to convince him of the importance of removing President Assad.
Just like the German Defense Minister, who recently warned Donald Trump to stay away from Russia, Britain’s high-level officials are likely to follow a similar tactic to try and convince Donald Trump that Russia and Syria are the bad guys in this world.
It is, however, very unlikely that Trump will take them seriously at least for one simple reason – these people, unlike Putin or Assad, always and publicly considered Trump to be nothing more than a joke, showing no respect and never anticipating that he would become the next president of the United States.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 11-13-2016

...
This is very interesting:


Quote:In the same interview Donald Trump hinted at withdrawing support for rebels in Syria,
instead opting for cooperation with the country’s legitimate government 
under the leadership
of President Bashar al-Assad


That actually is not true.
Trump wants to improve relations and cooperation with Putin, not Assad.

Trump wants to eradicate ISIS,
then essentially leave Syria for Russia to enforce. 

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/12/world/middleeast/donald-trump-syria.html?_r=0

Quote:“I’m not saying Assad is a good man, ‘cause he’s not, 
but our far greater problem is not Assad, it’s ISIS.”



Trump is not withdrawing support for the Syrian mixed forces now trying to encircle Raqqa.


Quote:One war effort is against the Islamic State, 
in which the United States is supporting 30,000 Syrian-Kurdish and Syrian-Arab fighters, 
who last weekend announced they were opening a new phase of the battle, 
beginning to encircle the ISIS capital in Raqqa. 
There are roughly 300 United States Special Operations forces on the ground assisting these militia.

The second effort is in support of rebels fighting Mr. Assad. 

The C.I.A. covert program is by far the largest conduit of support, 
providing antitank missiles to rebels fighting the government. 
That is the program that Mr. Trump seems most intent on ending. 
If the United States pursues that line, 
“We end up fighting Russia, fighting Syria,” 
Mr. Trump told The Journal.


Now look back to my statement:


Quote:Trump wants to eradicate ISIS,
then leave Syria to Russia to enforce. 


Once ISIS is dismantled in Raqqa,
which may be just a few months away,
then Syria Whip
becomes predominantly a Russian responsibilty,
and thus the Russians will incur prolonged high costs of continued war and occupation,
as US involvement decreases ... more sooner than later.

Remaining ISIS power infrastructuire will have to spread out to Africa and Afghanistan,
but will also linger in Syria,
and it will be the Russians that will bear that burden,
against all the lingering endless Sunni based resistance therein.


Since we aren't going to take northern Syria,
best to clean out ISIS from their capital,
and slowly but surely unload the entire war burden in Syria for the Russians to pay for.


The problem that Trump has with that peachy scenario of "more sooner than later"
in getting out of Syria with his plan to make Putin pay,
provides an end result in which Iran gains the power infrastructure in Syria just as much as Russia does,
and that is exactly what Trump blasted the Obama administration for doing in Iraq. 


So when and where does the fight against ISIS actually end?

In northern Syria when US air force backed coalitions take Raqqa in the coming months?

Nonono

At what point do we just get out of Syria,
and actually REALLY leave it for the Russians then?
To let them incur the cost of war enforcement and occupation?

After all,
ISIS will be active in Afghanistan and Africa.

Top ISIS political infrastructure will be fleeing Raqqa or they will die ...  more sooner than later.

The wild cards still remain as Israel and Iran.
ISIS is just war drama 101 compared to when Israel takes out the Iranian nuclear plants.

WW3 has several more chapters to read during the Trump administration.
....


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-13-2016

If?
Homeland stops arming and funding ISIS
they are Done .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=11&v=SHG0ezLiVGc

Election Night - SNL


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-13-2016

http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/11/12/this-wasnt-a-vote-it-was-an-uprising/

This Wasn’t A Vote, It Was An Uprising
Dear Readers: The article below has come to me. I am unable to ascertain if it is a published statement or one of those items sent around the Internet. Nevertheless, I do believe that it captures the attitude of those Americans who in the vast majority of the states gave their vote to Donald Trump.
The optimism expessed in the article might be unrealistic. In order to prevail over the Oligarchy, President Trump will need a government as strong as he appears to be. He cannot find the strength he needs for his government among the usual Washington, Wall Street, and corporate sources. If he selects from these people, he will be impotent.
The question is: who is his transition team? Are they focused on making nice with the Oligachs? If so, there will be no change.
The Democratic Party failed America for the eight years of the Clinton Regime, which committed war crimes and overthrew a sovereign government on the basis of lies. The George W. Bush Regime originated the Middle East wars entirely on the basis of lies. These wars have resulted in the deaths, maiming, and dislocation of millions of peoples who have sought refuge from America’s aggression in Europe. The corrupt Obama Regime has continued and expanded Bush’s illegal wars and stupidly brought the US into conflict with Russia and China, either one of which can destroy the United States of America.
Now we have the psychopath George Soros funding hired protesters, who are bussed from protest to protest, in an effort to delegitimize the Trump presidency. This is an act of treason, but oligarchs such as Soros are above the law. They are never held accounable. Trump should arrest Soros and put him on trial.
Trump says that he wants to bring the oligarchs under the law. If he fails, America fails with him.
This wasn’t an election. It was a revolution.
By Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center
It was midnight in America. The day of the election millions Americans got up and stood in front of the Machine, the great iron wheel that had been grinding them down. They stood there even though the media told them it was useless. They took their stand even while all the chattering classes laughed and taunted them as white trash racists.
They were fathers who couldn’t feed their families anymore. They were mothers who couldn’t afford health care. They were workers whose jobs had been given to foreigners in foreign countries so that the incomes of oligarchs could rise. They were sons who didn’t see a future for themselves. They were daughters afraid of being raped by the undocumented illegals flooding into their towns. They took a deep breath and they stood.
They held up their hands and the great iron wheel stopped.
Blue America crumbled. The Blue States fell one by one. Ohio. Wisconsin. Pennsylvania. Iowa. The white working class that had been overlooked and trampled on for so long got to its feet. It rose up against its oppressors. The rest of the nation, between the West coast and the North East coast–the fly-over zone– rose up with it.
They fought back against their jobs being shipped overseas while their towns filled with migrants that got everything while they got nothing. They fought back against a system in which they could go to jail for a trifle while the elites could violate the law and still stroll through a presidential election.
They fought back against being told that they had to watch what they say.
They fought back against being held in contempt because they wanted to work for a living, take care of their families, and protect the sanctity of marriage.
And they won.
This wasn’t a vote. It was an uprising.
Like the ordinary men chipping away at the Berlin Wall, they tore down an unnatural thing that had towered over them. And as they watched it fall, they marveled at how weak and fragile it had always been. And how much stronger they were than they had ever known.
Who were these people? They were the neglected in the fly-over country that is the heart of America. They didn’t have univeristy degrees, and they had never set foot in a Starbucks to pay $5 for a cup of coffee. They were the white working class. They didn’t talk right or think right. They had the wrong ideas, the wrong clothes and the ridiculous idea that they still mattered.
They were told they were wrong about everything. Illegal immigration. Black Lives Matter, but not jobs for the oppressed middle class. Manufacturing is unnecessary for an economy in which financial profits are all important. Transgendered bathrooms. Same gender marriages. Americans were supposed to bow down and surrender to a handful of perverts.
Told that the future belongs to the metrosexual dot com transgendered globalist, and not to the guy who once had a good job before the globalist corporations with Washington’s blessings sent it to China or Mexico, real Americans revolted.
White trash American couldn’t change anything, declared the pundits. But instead of adapting to the inevitable future of America’s demise, they got in their pickup trucks and drove out to vote.
And they changed everything.
Barack Hussein Obama boasted that he had changed America. And he did for the worse. A billion regulations, millions of immigrants, a hundred thousand lies and it was no longer our America.
White Trash America voted and sent Obama to Hell. They walked through him and through the Democratic Party like the wet paper bag that they are. Voters abandoned the party that had sold out the American people. More black Americans voted for Trump than voted for Romney.
The election repudiated the Obamas, the Clintons, the celebrities, and the media. Americans turned the One Percent’s world upside down.
CNN is weeping. MSNBC is wailing. ABC calls it a tantrum. NBC damns it. It wasn’t supposed to happen. The same machine that crushed the American people for six straight terms, the mass of neoconned government, globalist corporations and oligarch-financed non-profits that ran the country, was set to win. Or so they thought.
Instead the people stood in front of the Machine. They blocked it with their votes even though the media told them Hillary was the certain winner. They mailed in their absentee ballots even while Hillary Clinton was planning her fireworks victory celebration. They looked at the empty factories and barren farms. They drove through the early cold. They waited in line. They came home to their children to tell them that they had done their best for their future. They bet on America. And they won.
They sre tired of the absence of affordable health care and recognize the fraud of Obamacare. They are tired of unemployment and of being lied to. They are tired of watching their sons come back in coffins so that the military/security complex could continue to loot America with their wars. They are tired of being called names and watching the theft of their country.
They understood that Trump was right. The election was their last hope, their last chance to save themselves and their country. And they did.
This election was not about who gets to use the female toilet. It wasn’t about whether it is racist to enforce the immigration laws. It wasn’t about how men, however uncouthly, express their sexual interest in women.
It was about suffering Americans, whose names no one except a server and the NSA will ever know, fighting back against their oppression. It was about the homeless woman guarding Trump’s star. It was about the betrayed Democrats searching for someone to represent them in Ohio and Pennsylvania. It was about the union men who refused to sell out their futures and vote for a Democrat who is an agent of the One Percent.
The media will never interview those men and women. We will never see their faces. But they are us and we are them. They came to the aid of a nation in peril. They did what real Americans have always done. They did the impossible.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 11-13-2016

The Democrats don't like this.
The precious, fragile little snowflakes are the ones engaging in a tantrum, and melting down in the streets and showing all America, and all the world just what the core of liberal, progressive leftism really is at it's core.
They didn't get their way.
We did!

God Bless the real America!


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Steevy - 11-13-2016

The Left projects.They accuse the other side of doing things that they actually do.Like refusing to accept the results of an election.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-14-2016

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 11-14-2016

Perhaps Trump was a student of Winston Churchill

"1) “Never give in–never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”

I can rather imagine the following exchange Churchill had with Lady Astor as being between Hillary, and Trump
Hillary:...... “Trump, if I were your wife I’d put poison in your coffee.”

Trump:...... “Hillary, if I were your husband I’d drink it.”


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 11-14-2016

...
After a year of presidential race media saturation ... 

... the daily casual surveillance of CNN Clinton Clowndation conspiracy ... 

I can't watch any of the news media  Horsepoop at all right now.

They can send me a postcard with Putin having breakfast with Trump.

The Trump administration is being assembled and this guy might be secretary of defense,
and he is down and dirty on Iran.
General Flynn.
The news source is CNN so it has some CNN vomit factor in parts of the article,
so I selected the material on Iran since that was prickled and pickled into the TV news today.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/11/opinions/trumps-national-security-guru-general-flynn-bergen/

Quote:In particular, 
Flynn portrays Iran as the source of many of America's national security problems. 
Flynn co-wrote his book with Michael Ledeen, 
a neoconservative academic who has long been a bitter critic of the Iranian regime.

Flynn advocates the American overthrow of regimes that are "Islamic republics" 
which could include not only Iran, 
but also American allies such as the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Flynn's views, in short, align closely with Trump's and in some cases are more extreme, 
since not even Trump is advocating regime change in Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Flynn, like Trump, sees Russian president Vladimir Putin as someone the US can do business with. 

In December, Flynn attended a banquet in Moscow where he sat next to Putin. Reefer

He also has appeared on the Kremlin TV mouthpiece, Russia Today,  
(which Flynn has compared to CNN)  Rofl

If Flynn is Trump's national security advisor or secretary of defense, 

we can expect him to push for a closer relationship with the Russians; 
a punitive policy on Iran -- 
and a more aggressive war on Islamist militants around the world. 
These views mesh well with what we have heard from Donald Trump on the campaign trail.


Iran political issues in the near future,
will tarnish the current Putin and Trump news polish,
from their current bromancio and mutual bravado and general overall media bullshitissimo.

BeelzeBibi in Israel remains the Wild Card when it comes to Iran.
...


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-14-2016

Bye El Supremo
Hi Tp

CONFIRMED: Russia prepares heavy bombers, Syrian Army gives Jihadis 24 hours to surrender
Alexander Mercouris
21 hours ago
November 14, 2016

As Russian aircraft from the Admiral Kuznetsov overfly Syria and Russian bombs equip for heavy cruise missile strikes the Syrian army broadcasts messages to the Jihadi fighters holed up in eastern Aleppo to surrender within the next 24 hours.

There are growing signs that what looks like a big Syrian government offensive in Aleppo is in the works.


The Syrian army has been broadcasting messages to the trapped Jihadis in eastern Aleppo via loudspeakers all day giving them just 24 hours to lay down their arms.
There are also reports of more elite Syrian troops from the Tiger forces and the Desert Hawks Special Forces units being concentrated in Aleppo.  They are apparently being reinforced by well trained Hezbollah fighters from Lebanon. 
There is also an indeterminate number of Shiite militia fighters brought to the area of Aleppo from Iraq, though it seems that they are being given secondary support roles, and that most of the fighting on the front line will be carried out by the Syrian army.
In addition there are also reports of Russian and Iranian staff officers arriving in the city to help coordinate the fighting.
Meanwhile the captains of the Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov and the nuclear powered missile battle cruiser Pyotr Veliky have both been talking to the Russian media.
Sergey Artamonov, the Admiral Kuznetsov’s captain, is reported to have confirmed that aircraft from the carrier have been flying over Syria for four days.  He described the reason for their flights as follows
Quote:“The flights are performed from the deck of the aircraft-carrying heavy cruiser. Interaction with a coastal airfield is being worked out.”
The “coastal airfield” is clearly Russia’s Khmeimim air base in Syria’s Latakia province, which is the air base the Russians mainly use for the strikes they carry out in Syria.
The Russians do not have any experience of carrying out air strikes on ground targets from aircraft carriers, or of coordinating such strikes with ground bases.  It seems that they have been using the last four days to work out systems of coordination between the two separate services involved (the Russian Aerospace Forces in Khmeimim and Russian Naval Aviation on board the Admiral Kuznetsov) and to iron out any resulting communications and coordination problems before they go jointly into action.
Recently I said that one of the major reasons for involving the Admiral Kuznetsov in the operation was to give the Russians training and experience in carrier based ground strikes, something which they have never done before.  Captain Artamonov’s words appear to bear this out.
Meanwhile Pyotr Veliky’s captain, Captain Vladislav Malakhovsky, has also been speaking to the Russian media.  He is reported as saying the following
Quote:“Nobody is flying above us. Everybody is afraid of approaching us closer than 50 kilometers, understanding the might of the cruisers (Pyotr Veliky and Admiral Kuznetsov)”.
These words appear to confirm that the primary mission of the Pyotr Veliky battlecruiser is – as the Saker recently correctly said – to provide the fleet air defence with its formidable S-300 anti aircraft missile battery.  From what Captain Makakhovsky is saying, it is succeeding.
The fact that the Russian Defence Ministry has authorised the captains of the two most powerful warships in the Russian fleet to speak to the media is perhaps the single strongest indicator that a big attack is coming.
Another even stronger indicator that such a big attack is indeed coming is that there are reports that Russia’s heaviest bombers – its TU160 supersonic and its TU95 subsonic bombers – are being loaded with cruise missiles in preparation for a major strike.
The main focus of the coming attack seems to be the Al-Qaeda controlled town of Khan Tuman near Aleppo, which following its capture by Jihadi fighters in May has become the main base for the Al-Qaeda led Jihadi offensives against south west Aleppo.
However the fact that the Syrian military is calling on the Jihadis in eastern Aleppo to surrender as well may be a sign that the Syrian army is planning to launch an attack on them there as well.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-14-2016

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Doh


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 11-15-2016

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Quote:CONFIRMED: Russia prepares heavy bombers, Syrian Army gives Jihadis 24 hours to surrender

Excellent article with quotes from the Russian fleet captain.

Yes, the attack on east Aleppo is right on schedule with the first week of post election chaos.

Those al-Nusra fighters and their allies had better get outta Dodge fast.

Dodge being east Aleppo.
Or maybe Dresden is a better comparison of what is to happen there in Aleppo.


I read somewhere that the civilians had 24 hours to exit via "humanitarian corridors"
but were too afraid to trust the Assad regime passage to anywhere safe outside the city.
So most of those civilians are staying put for the carpet bombardment.

It will be Hell on Earth there in Aleppo very soon.
The severity of the offensive will be ... intense,
and a major hi tech military weaponry testing venue / opportunity for the Russians.  

the Russians would say ... waddya want? ... the only good ghoul is a dead ghoul ...

Assad lives for another day in his Alawite ghoul infested Damascus,
but he will be relocating to Russia or Iran in the near future.

In the meantime where does al Nusra relocate in the here and now of Russian war games in Aleppo?

This coordinated Russian / Syrian / Hezbollah / Iranian massive attack surrounding east Aleppo,
is telling the al Nusra allied rebels,
that they can hide, 
but they can't run anymore.

time to hide and die ... maybe that's easier or better than running and dieing.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-15-2016

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Doh

Hillary will not last long as her self destructive self will implode .

Sheep

http://www.infowars.com/report-hillary-became-physically-violent-after-she-realized-she-had-lost-the-election/
Quote:Hillary Clinton reportedly became “physically violent” towards her own campaign staff after she realized she had lost the presidential election, according to radio host Todd Kincannon.

“CNN reporter tells me Hillary became physically violent towards Robby Mook and John Podesta around midnight; had to be briefly restrained,” tweeted Kincannon.

http://theduran.com/breaking-massive-russian-air-cruise-missile-strikes-al-qaeda-syria/

Quote:Information about the precise nature of the strikes is for the most patchy.  However Russia’s Defence Minister Shoigu has reported to Putin and has confirmed that aircraft from the Admiral Kuznetsov carrier are taking part, and that cruise missile strikes launched by the frigate Admiral Grigorovich are are also taking place.
Shoigu reported on the targets of the strikes as follows

Quote:“Today at 10:30 and 11:00 we launched a large-scale operation against the positions of Islamic State and Al-Nusra [terrorist groups] in the provinces of Idlib and Homs.  The main targets of the strikes are warehouses with ammunition, [terrorist] gatherings and terrorist training centres, as well as plants for the production of various kinds of weapons of mass destruction of the population.  They are factories, not workshops, more specifically the plants for the production of all sorts of rather serious means of mass destruction.  Clearly, this is a well-established industrial production, these are the targets for today’s strikes. And they will continue.”
This confirms that the major initial target of the strikes is Al-Qaeda’s infrastructure in north west Syria – used by Al-Qaeda to support its operations – rather than its ground troops.  This is why the strikes are targeting industrial and logistical facilities in Al-Qaeda’s rear rather than Jihadi concentrations close to Aleppo itself.
One of the more troubling aspects of the strikes is that they are apparently targeting Al-Qaeda’s chemical warfare facilities, a fact which appears to confirm that Al-Qaeda has been using poison gas to support its offensives.  Here is what Defence Minister Shoigu said about it to Putin
Quote:“You are aware that we have sent a large group of our radiation, chemical and biological protection troops to determine the toxic substances which are used by terrorists. Within the past week they used them twice – in one case, 27 people were hospitalised and three died, in the other case 30 people were hospitalised – I mean the Syrian Army soldiers.”
The West and the UN has repeatedly blamed chemical warfare attacks in Syria on the Syrian government.  The Russians appear sure that it is the Al-Qaeda led Jihadis who are actually responsible, and they say they are now targeting their facilities.
This attack has been long expected.  Indeed it has taken longer to happen than was widely anticipated.
Part of the explanation for the delay is that the Russians obviously felt that they needed to carry out extensive surveillance before carrying out their strike.  Indeed Shoigu said as much to Putin today.
Another reason is almost certainly technical problems involving the strike group on the Admiral Kuznetsov.  As I have discussed previously, the Russians have no experience of carrying out air strikes from aircraft carriers, and this is the first time they have done that.  It is understandable if they have been having teething problems, and the much publicised loss of a MiG-29K on 13th November 2016 due to a technical fault as it was trying to land on the carrier was almost certainly caused by this.
However it is also likely that one factor that delayed the start of the operation is that Putin probably wanted to discuss it with Trump in their first telephone conversation, which finally took place yesterday.
It is clear from Shoigu’s words that the operation is open ended.  Presumably it will continue until eastern Aleppo has finally been recaptured by the Syrian army. 
Bye bye you little shits .
Hi


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 11-15-2016

November 14, 2016

As the impending Trump administration begins to form, there are indications that NASA's agenda may drastically change under the new President.
A senior advisor to the Trump campaign, Congressman Robert Walker, told Forbes that the goals of America's space program will shift away from scientific missions in low Earth orbit towards something far more ambitious.
He told Forbes that the "Trump space policy anticipates human exploration far beyond low-Earth orbit and even beyond Mars."
Outlining the key facets of this policy, Walker forecast the development of technology for humans to explore the solar system "by the end of this century" and a change in NASA's budget to focus on this goal.
Additionally, Walker proposed "an aggressive program for development of hypersonic technology" as well as ensuring that work on the ISS continues well into the future.
Along with another Trump space advisor, Walker also indicated that the administration will be keeping an eye on the potential militarization of space by Russia and China.
As to the private space industry, the advisors suggested that collaboration between NASA and various companies could be further extended by the Trump administration.
Lest one think these proposals are merely talking points issued in the wake of a stunning campaign victory, the ideas were put forward by Trump last month during a campaign stop in Florida.
"I will free NASA from the restriction of serving primarily as a logistics agency for low earth orbit activity," he declared at the time, "instead we will refocus its mission on space exploration."
Clearly looking to leave his mark beyond even our own planet, Trump promised that, "Florida and America will lead the way into the stars."
With such lofty goals in mind, perhaps we laughed too soon this past summer when anomaly hunters spotted that Trump face on Mars.
Source: Forbes / Space Policy Online

http://www.moonofalabama.org/2016/11/trump-rejects-neocon-turncoats-russia-launches-aleppo-campaign.html

November 15, 2016
Trump Rejects Neocon Turncoats - Russia Launches Aleppo Campaign
Wikipedia: Eliot A. Cohen
Quote:... co-founded the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), which was a center for prominent neoconservatives. He has been a member of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee, a committee of civilians and retired military officers that the U.S. Secretary of Defense may call upon for advice, that was instituted during the administration of President George W. Bush. He was put on the board after acquaintance Richard Perle put forward his name. Cohen has referred to the War on Terrorism as “World War IV”. In the run-up to the 2003 Invasion of Iraq, he was a member of Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, a group of prominent persons who pressed for an invasion.
Cohen in WaPo May 3 2016:
Quote:It’s over. Donald Trump, a man utterly unfit for the position by temperament, values and policy preferences, will be the Republican nominee for president. He will run against Hillary Clinton, who is easily the lesser evil ...
Cohen in the NYT on May 17 2016:
Quote:Mr. Trump’s temperament, his proclivity for insult and deceit and his advocacy of unpredictability would make him a presidential disaster — especially in the conduct of foreign policy, where clarity and consistency matter.
...
Hillary Clinton is far better: She believes in the old consensus and will take tough lines on China and, increasingly, Russia.
Cohen in The American Interest on November 10 2016 (immediately after Trump won):
Quote:Trump may be better than we think. He does not have strong principles about much, which means he can shift. He is clearly willing to delegate legislation to Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell. And even abroad, his instincts incline him to increase U.S. strength—and to push back even against Russia if, as will surely happen, Putin double-crosses him. My guess is that sequester gets rolled back, as do lots of stupid regulations, and experiments in nudging and nagging Americans to behave the way progressives think they should.
Cohen on Twitter November 15 2016
Quote:Eliot A Cohen @EliotACohen
After exchange w Trump transition team, changed my recommendation: stay away. They're angry, arrogant, screaming "you LOST!" Will be ugly.
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5:07 AM - 15 Nov 2016
I find the above very funny. How could that turncoat think he would be greeted by the Trump organization with anything but derision? Cohen believed he and his ilk would be welcome with candies and roses after insulting Trump in all major media? Who is the arrogant one in the above?
Oh, by the way. Here is a headline from October 2013: President Obama to Republicans: I won. Deal with it. I do not remember Cohen, or anyone else, calling that "arrogant".
While the papers are full of (badly) informed rumors about who will get this or that position in a Trump administration let's keep in mind that 90% of such rumors are just self promotions by people like Cohen who shill for the rumored job. That is why I will not write about John Bolton or Rudy  Giuliani as coming Secretary of State. Both are possible (unqualified) candidates. But others are just as likely to get that position. We will only know who it is after the official release.
Meanwhile Trump yesterday had a phonecall with the Russian President Putin. They discussed bilateral relations, Syria and fighting terrorism. Today the Russian and Syrian military started the long expected big campaign against the "moderate" al-Qaeda in east-Aleppo city and Idleb governate. Air strikes on east-Aleppo had been held back for 28 days. Today missiles and cruise missiles were launched against fixed targets and dozens of carrier and land launched airplanes attacked Nusra position on the various front and in its rear. Long range bombers flown from Russia joined the campaign. Trump seems to have voiced no objections to this offensive.
The Russian military has upped its air defense in Syria. Additional to the S-400 system around its airport in Latakia seven S-300 systems were deployed as a screen against U.S. cruise missile attacks. These are joined by rehabilitated Syrian S-200 system and Pantsyr S-1 short range systems for point defense. This should be enough to deter any stupid idea the Pentagon hawks, or dumb neocons like Eliot Cohen, might have.
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Some S-300 were moved to Allepo, Al-Safirah to be exact.
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/russia-redeploys-anti-aircraft-missiles-aleppo/
Interesting, neocons and NATO must be wetting their pants. I guess Trumps-Putins talks were productive.
Posted by: Harry | Nov 15, 2016 12:23:44 PM | 1
Well, I will say this about President-Elect Trump, so far so good. Media justifiably discredited, neocons sucking air, Democratic Party doubling down on the stupid and self-destructing by selling out to Soros, what's not to like?
A lot sure to come, no doubt. But for now, go Donald!
Posted by: kafkananda | Nov 15, 2016 12:30:47 PM | 2