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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-19-2017

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CNN has their top stooge by the name of Jake Crapper {tapper},
who is pulling Democratic rats out of the hat with talk of "article 25"
to remove Trump from the presidency.

I turned on the news at 630 AM this morning while cooking breakfast,
to see CNN continuing this push of 'article 25".

Then they had that stooge Fareed Zacharia calling the Trump presidency a "freak show".
That is the new CNN mantra -- calling the administration a "freak show".

The CNN top hat is full of rats.
It is a rat infestation.

Jake the Rat in the Hat Crapper.

They quote Jake Crapper at the top of the page in this Washington Post article.
But I will go to what the Post says about article 25

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2017/01/25/maybe-trump-isnt-lying/?utm_term=.0b3b5eddb883

Quote:We are not calling — yet — 
for invocation of Section 4 of the 25th Amendment.
(“Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments 
or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, 
transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives 
their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, 
the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.”)

We are calling for someone, perhaps his children, 

to see if they can prevail upon him to stop behaving in this way, 
for if not, legitimate worries will mount about whether he is able to carry out his duties. 

We also are saying that Republicans need to be pressed to state their view: 
Is he lying or is he unable to separate what he wants to believe and what exists, literally, in front of his eyes? 
The first makes him morally unfit, and was the basis upon which many 

#NeverTrumpers refused to vote for him. 
If the latter, they — and we all — have a constitutional crisis the likes of which we have never seen. 
With Trump, however, we have learned the past provides no guarantees.


The Deep State is setting the stage for article 25 in the public mind.

If they cannot accomplish purging Trump, they will arrange an accident.

Looks like someone else also named CNN --- the Clown News Network:

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-19-2017

????
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2017/02/confused-national-security-advisor-flynn-resigned-cia-illegal-spying-leak-partial-timeline-flynn-tweeted-elite-pedophilia-senator-schumer-thre.html


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Citizen Quasar - 02-20-2017

Wook????
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2017/02/confused-national-security-advisor-flynn-resigned-cia-illegal-spying-leak-partial-timeline-flynn-tweeted-elite-pedophilia-senator-schumer-thre.html

So what really happened last night in Sweden?




RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-20-2017

...
That is one of the better videos I have seen in a long time.
That guy was excellent, and he kicks ass.
Highly recommended that everybody watch the video.

Thanks!
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Citizen Quasar - 02-21-2017

(02-20-2017, 02:18 PM)Vianova Wrote: ...
That is one of the better videos I have seen in a long time.
That guy was excellent, and he kicks ass.
Highly recommended that everybody watch the video.

Thanks!
...




RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-22-2017

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That's a good choice of possible video's from Sweden.
It's backed up in a variety of news sources.
Here at this BBC link for instance,
they had this statement tucked away at the very bottom of the article

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-39047455

Quote:Sweden is believed to have the highest number of Islamic State fighters per capita in Europe. 

About 140 of the 300 who went to Syria and Iraq have since returned, 

leaving the authorities to grapple with how best to reintegrate them into society.


There were several burned cars at the riot site in Sweden.

I was wondering why CNN Whip
just completely dropped their Trump-Sweden news commentaries out of their news coverage today.

Trump embarrassed them all,
and the news coverage today out of the big newspapers like NYT and Wash. Post etc.,
acknowledged the riot event,
admitted that Trump called it,
but did everything they could to still deny that an immigrant problem exists in Sweden.

The Swedish police and govt. both blame it on lack of jobs.
I wouldn't hire most of the current influx of immigrants either.

In the video posted the guy mentioned Code 291.

There is plenty of resource to read on this subject on the internet,
and soon the CNN Corporate News Jews are going to have to address it soon.

Of course it was on Infowars 

http://www.infowars.com/second-swedish-police-officer-blows-the-whistle-on-migrant-crime-cover-up/
SECOND SWEDISH POLICE OFFICER BLOWS THE WHISTLE ON MIGRANT CRIME COVER-UP
Quote:Tomas Åsenlöv, a police officer for Greater Gothenburg, 
exposed how police have been told to implement a “Code 291” procedure 
in order to cover-up information about crimes committed by migrants:

“The Swedish public has to be told all the facts now,” writes Åsenlöv, 
adding that Code 291 is used to hide “all information about the immigration-related crime,”
 including a ban on publicly releasing photos of migrant suspects.

“I understand that the younger officers may not dare to go out and criticize the leaders, 
or go out openly and support Peter. Then it is over for a future career. 
Then, when they apply for jobs, they will be classed as disloyal to the employer,”
explains Åsenlöv.
Referring to the reaction to the story,
Åsenlöv wrote, 

“Now I believe that the ball has started rolling and maybe we can get the leaders
to open their eyes and no longer deny the truth.”



Aslenov turns out to be a bicycle cop.
However a bicycle cop probably is a street cop that sees it all in rough neighborhoods. 

On a site called Speisa is found his full comment:


Quote:"I have worked in the police more than 43 years. 
I share Peters' views on this infected issue 100 percent. 
Our leaders do not dare to take a position in any direction. 
As you can see, there is no high ranking official who has dared to give Peter backing. 

Instead, Code 291 was introduced, 
which cover all information about the immigration-related crime. 
Just look at the photo ban at the police station. 
Frightening in Sweden today. 

To top it all the police chief himself reported it to the Authority. 
Instead of supporting his staff. 
Otherwise heads become relocated if they are not dancing in front of the national police chief's barrel. 

The Swedish public has to be told all the facts now. 
I understand that the younger officers may not dare to go out and criticize the leaders, 
or go out openly and support Peter. 
Then it is over for a future career. Then, when they apply for jobs, 
they will be classed as disloyal to the employer. 
I myself will soon retire, 
so they can criticize my opinion. 

I have previously been called in for correction when I had opinions on this forum. 

Now I believe that the ball has started rolling and maybe we can get the leaders to open their eyes 
and no longer deny the truth. 
LIVE STRONG, Tomas Åsenlöv, Bicycle Police, Greater Gothenburg."


Europe is going to burn.
Not just from this current Mid-East crisis of unchecked immigation.
Within the next 3-10 years an unprecedented onslaught of migratory populations,
will suddenly try and surge enmasse across the Mediterranean from Africa as well.
European countries will eventually be forced to sink those flotillas of ships,
with military air attack,
as the only way to convince the migrants,
to go back and die in Africa.

sad but true

Most of southern Sudan is now on the verge of mass starvation.

I remember reading about British military contingency planning,
for mass migration of starving populations.
Those contingency plans are more of a forced containment scenario -- outside of England,
with potential liquidation {eradication} procedures.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-22-2017

Just Keeps getting Better !
lol ..
Doh

http://conservative50.com/dianne-feinsteins-husband-wins-near-billion-dollar-california-high-speed-rail-contract/
Dianne Feinstein’s Husband Wins Near-Billion Dollar California ‘High Speed Rail’ Contract

Pennywise Sheep Pennywise


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-23-2017

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I told a friend of mine today -- he is anti-Trump -- 
I told him about the riots in Sweden 2 nights ago, and how Trump was proven right.

He says,
No, those riots all happened years ago, in 2013, none of that is true, it's all Trump lies, 
there are {essentially} no problems in Sweden.

So I said, well look again on the net!

{he had his computer open}

He sat there and watched the video's silently.
He was most silent when the video showed and talked about the 10 cars that were torched,
in the main square.

He watches the fake Gangup  news on CNN and so on and so forth.
I do too.
I keep an eye on all propaganda no matter where it comes from.
That includes Trump.

I expect the global crisis of human stress and conflict to flamethrower itself into an inferno,
timed with the height of the heat of summer probably this coming late August.
That is my sense of things in prediction, we shall see.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 02-23-2017

Maybe EA will find a study showing the negative long term effects
as well as acute reactions to the cognitive dissonance arising from exposure to lies.
Possibly a drug could be made to counteract such stress
and allow the individual a modicum of peace... (eyes roll/whistling)


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Citizen Quasar - 02-23-2017


This guy has had his shit stabbed so many times that he is, quite literally, both "full of it" and "fucked up." "You know?"



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Citizen Quasar - 02-23-2017


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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-23-2017

MSNBC's Brzezinski ‘Our Job’ Is to Control ‘Exactly What People Think’
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Opf9uUmiyQI&feature=youtu.be

Sheep

Always Bull Crap , No Black Conservatives , Colluding Bull Shit and Communist Nonsense News
ABC  , NBC , CBS & CNN .
Doh

http://yournewswire.com/james-woods-john-podesta-pizzagate/

Hollywood actor James Woods has publicly condemned Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta for his involvement in the child sex scandal known as Pizzagate. 

In an astonishing Tweet, the actor suggested that Podesta should be locked up in jail for his involvement in a DC pedo ring.

In the Tweet, Woods says:
Put more walnut sauce on your #pizza and shut up, #Skippy. You’re lucky you’re not in jail yet. I stress “yet…”


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-23-2017

Democrats, the Liberal, Leftest delusionals.
What has happened to their thinking processes?

I rather think they see themselves quite in agreement whenever they see rioting, burning, and looting in any situation. Whether that be in the streets of our own cities, or those of Sweden, or on a college campus.
Always willing to offer some support in word if not deed.
Always willing to applaud bad behavior wherever found to be in opposition to a well ordered society.
But...calling evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”
Nothing defines it better!
Almost, as it were, some form of Demonic possession that they have given themselves over to.

Liberalism...more than a disease.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Citizen Quasar - 02-23-2017

(02-23-2017, 05:01 PM)Fsbirdhouse Wrote: Democrats, the Liberal, Leftest delusionals.
What has happened to their thinking processes?

I rather think they see themselves quite in agreement whenever they see rioting, burning, and looting in any situation. Whether that be in the streets of our own cities, or those of Sweden, or on a college campus.
Always willing to offer some support in word if not deed.
Always willing to applaud bad behavior wherever found to be in opposition to a well ordered society.
But...calling evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”
Nothing defines it better!
Almost, as it were, some form of Demonic possession that they have given themselves over to.

Liberalism...more than a disease.

Liberalism is the handmaiden of conservatism. Both are just two different sides of the same mind-body dichotomy. Liberalism seeks to set the mind free and enslave the body whereas conservatism seeks to set the body free and enslave the mind. 

Please correct me if I am wrong...but ONLY if you post a definition of a right.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-24-2017

How can it be, that a man free of his chains is somehow obligated to 'group think'?

I should imagine both body and mind need be chained to keep either enslaved?


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-24-2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-q5YGGevhak

PANIC AT CNN! JAMES O’KEEFE JUST DROPPED THE HAMMER ON ‘FAKE NEWS’ CNN THEY’RE IN FULL BLOWN CHAOS!


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-24-2017

http://civilwar.news/2017-02-20-why-obama-should-be-arrested-for-treason.html
Why Obama should be arrested for treason (article by James Bailey)


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-25-2017

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Trump is losing my confidence quickly with his recent attack on state marijuana laws.
With all the fucking problems in the USA and the world that America needs to work on,
he chooses a confrontation with states rights on MJ.
He obviously has nothing better to do,
than waste time with such an effort.
His state of mind is coming into question, even within my long solid support of his actions.

He also does not realize how many older pot smoking people supported him, 
and will turn against him.

If he pursues this course of action, I am going to turn against him fast.
This will go bad for Trump if he pursues this.
It is unnecessarily draconian in content and concept.
I for one, will totally abandon my support for him.
Personally I do not think that Pence would bother with this.
We shall see.  

This is where I draw the line with Trump.
This effort on his part is superfluous and simply ridiculous.
States have rights and he is just pushing things too far just for shucks and giggles in power playhousing.

All he has to do is send the feds in to close down the legal growers and prosecute,
and the immediate supply dries up, 
and Washington state governor for one will defend the states right on MJ.

5 billion a year expected in California from legalization when they go that direction.
No fucking wall will stop MJ and drug importation,
and no new federal enforcement will stop illegal growers from springing up all over again.
Trump is clueless in this regard.

You can bet there are DEA slobs drooling to play the enforcement stooge on legal MJ growers,
wasting tax payer money on such enforcement.
I am disgusted that Trump would go in this direction.
It makes no sense.

They are trying to link MJ to the opioid addiction crisis.
It is absurd, and bizarre to try and put the two substances together.
All research points to no link between MJ leading to opioid addiction.


People have been smoking weed enmasse in this country for 50 years.
It is not going to change or go away.
This misguided political grandstanding is going to backfire badly on Trump.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 02-25-2017

I've only heard that Q/A between Spicer and a reporter about pot.
He didn't quote Trump.
Potsmokers are just as "deplorable"
as the rest of the thought criminals who voted for him,
so he's going to go with the flow.
I'm sure Trudeau brought up the subject,
And I'm sure he realizes the HYUUUGE economic factors...BIGLEE!!!
...that plus T's support for medical marijuana tells me Spicer's statement
was just a delaying tactic. There're too many other things going on 
to expect him to play his cards at once.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-25-2017

Been decades since I smoked anything. But I cannot be a hypocrite and condemn.
Hey! I drink.

I can remember that there are often 'other things' that come into play in the world of illegal drugs. Will legalizing MJ suddenly cause those 'other things' to retreat into the shadows?
Hummm?


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-26-2017

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-26-2017

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https://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2017/02/26/hillary-leads-the-new-demos-against-trump/

HILLARY LEADS THE NEW DEMOS AGAINST TRUMP
February 26, 2017 at 11:47
The forms of protests originating with liberals who still have not accepted the election results simply get weirder and weirder… Witches across the country gathered together at midnight on Friday to cast a spell on President Donald Trump seeking to remove him from office. The witches have pledged to cast a spell under each crescent moon until Trump is no longer president. The next few crescent moons are said to take place March 26, April 24 and May 23.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyohG0-VIrk


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http://investmentwatchblog.com/wikileaks-just-exposed-dnc-chair-tom-perez-perez-helped-clinton-cheat-bernie-sanders/
WIKILEAKS JUST EXPOSED DNC CHAIR TOM PEREZ: Perez Helped Clinton Cheat Bernie Sanders

http://investmentwatchblog.com/breitbart-points-out-how-often-obama-had-private-pressers-excluding-conservative-outlets-meanwhile-cnn-com-top-headline-is-unprecedented-act/

Breitbart points out how often Obama had private pressers EXCLUDING conservative outlets. Meanwhile CNN.com top headline is “UNPRECEDENTED ACT”

http://www.12news.com/news/politics/mccain-cuts-off-questions-about-saudi-donation/114870450

PHOENIX - Sen. John McCain on Friday cut off questions from reporters about a $1 million donation by the government of Saudi Arabia to a non-profit that bears McCain's name.

McCain denied that he had any link to the McCain Institute for International Leadership, which was founded in 2012 at Arizona State University with a $9 million gift of leftover cash from McCain's 2008 presidential campaign.

"I'm proud that the institute is named after me, but I have nothing to do with it -- except that they use my name just as the Goldwater Institute uses Goldwater's name," McCain after a town hall at a Honeywell plant in Phoenix.
The Saudi donation was first reported Thursday by Bloomberg Politics.

McCain laughed off comparisons to the Clinton Foundation, whose fundraising from foreign governments has put Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in an awkward  position. 

"Look at what the Clinton institute has raised in the form of money," McCain said. "I mean, come on, there's no connection there."

McCain cut off questions about the donations after a few minutes.

Quote:IRS documents for the McCain Institute Foundation show the foundation's books are kept by Carla Eudy, a longtime McCain fundraiser.



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-26-2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFYVwqVbimM&feature=youtu.be
CBC ignored West Edmonton Mall sex assault victims (full monologue)

Naughty

http://www.recode.net/2017/2/3/14505574/buzzfeed-russian-trump-dossier-defamation-suit-apology

After being sued, BuzzFeed has apologized to a Russian executive named in the unverified Trump dossier

Aleksej Gubarev has sued BuzzFeed and editor Ben Smith for defamation.

Doh

go figure

Doh Sheep Doh

After being sued for defamation, BuzzFeed has apologized to a Russian tech executive whose name appeared in the Trump dossier the website published last month.

It’s the first sign that BuzzFeed has encountered serious repercussions for publishing a 35-page dossier of unverified accusations about alleged ties between Donald Trump and Russian intelligence.

Aleksej Gubarev, the CEO of XBT Holding, a Luxembourg-based web hosting company, sued BuzzFeed and Ben Smith, its editor in chief, for publishing the document.

Gubarev is named at the end of the document, which said he was “recruited under duress” to help Russian intelligence services and became a “significant player" in Russian hacking operations.

Gubarev’s company sued BuzzFeed and Smith in Florida, where XBT’s Webzilla subsidiary is based. It also filed a suit in London against former British spy Christopher Steele, who allegedly created the dossier.

A copy of the Florida suit is embedded at the bottom of this story.

“The dossier included libelous, unverified and untrue allegations regarding XBT, Webzilla and Gubarev. The lawsuits seek yet undetermined compensation for the damages suffered by XBT, Webzilla and Gubarev as the result of the publication of the dossier,” the company said in a statement published by McClatchy newspapers.

BuzzFeed has now blocked out Gubarev’s name from the dossier, which is still on the publisher’s site.

“We have redacted Mr. Gubarev's name from the published dossier, and apologize for including it,” BuzzFeed PR rep Matt Mittenthal said in a statement.

Update: Val Gurvits, an attorney with Boston Law Group who filed the defamation complaint on behalf of Gubarev and his companies, said BuzzFeed’s apology and redaction wouldn’t affect his clients’ suit. “The financial damages my clients have suffered are extensive,” he wrote in an email.

In a January press conference, prior to his inauguration, Trump, Vice President-elect Mike Pence and spokesman Sean Spicer all laid into BuzzFeed for publishing the dossier.

“As far as BuzzFeed, which is a failing pile of garbage, writing it, I think they’re going to suffer the consequences. They already are,” Trump said.

Last month Gubarev’s companies published a statement denying any connection to Russian hacking: “There has been absolutely no involvement by Webzilla, XBT or any of its other subsidiaries with the people or alleged activities in this unsubstantiated report. In fact, Webzilla and XBT companies provide online server capacity for their customers and wouldn't be involved in the kind of activity alleged in the account published by BuzzFeed.” The statement said XBT “offered to fully cooperate with law enforcement officials investigating this matter.”


Complaint w Exhibits-FILED by Peter Kafka on Scribd


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-27-2017

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Quote:Aleksej Gubarev has sued BuzzFeed and editor Ben Smith for defamation.


That is really interesting with the Buzzfeed lawsuit, 
especially this:


Quote:It also filed a suit in London against former British spy Christopher Steele, who allegedly created the dossier. 


This guy is the smoking spook trail into the whole British Deep State shadow box, aka ... the coffin men.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-27-2017

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/02/26/tancredo-mexico-feels-no-shame-exporting-people-fruits-corrupt-socialist-economy-full-display/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social

Mexico is not happy that President Trump appears to be serious about building a border wall and halting the cross-border human traffic. The improvements in border security promised in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 as a trade-off for the general amnesty never happened, and illegal border crossings have trended upwards again after a brief decline connected to the 2008-10 recession. Apprehensions of illegal border jumpers on the southwest border have increased every year but one since 2010, and increased 23 percent from 2015 to 2016.

Because of the relative ease of crossing the border and Mexico’s liberal definition of Mexican citizenship, we have the situation recently described by author Ann Coulter, who discovered that persons of Mexican origin now residing in the United States — legal and illegal– are equal in number to over 25 percent of the 130 million population of Mexico.
 
The Pew Hispanic Center says there were 33.7 million Americans of Mexican descent in the United States in 2012, and that figure is based in part on the official Census figure of 11.3 million illegal aliens, over 60 percent of whom are from Mexico. If you believe as I do that the illegal alien population of the U.S. is over 25 million, not 11.3 million, then the percentage of Mexican nationals now residing in the  U.S. — persons recognized as Mexican citizens under the Mexican Constitution — is considerably above 25 percent. 

Few Americans are aware that in 2005, in recognition of the growing importance of remittances to the Mexican economy and thus the growing importance of maintaining a close connection with the millions of Mexicans who have moved north, the Mexican constitution was amended to bestow voting rights in presidential elections for Mexicans living abroad. In 2012, over eleven million Mexicans living in the United States voted in the Mexican presidential election.

Let me put this in stark economic terms: Mexico’s national income grows in direct proportion to the size of the illegal Mexican population inside the United States. Does that help explain the Mexican fixation on U.S. politics? Mexico’s most profitable export to the U.S. is not oil or avocados or automobile parts, it is people. 

Mexicans living and working in the U.S. send home over $20 billion annually in cash remittances — more than Mexico earns in foreign currency from tourism or any export commodity.

In 1979, Mexico received only $177,000 (U.S. Dollars) in remittances; in 2016 it was $26.1 BILLION — over 90 percent of it from persons living in the United States. (See here for a GAO report on remittances to Mexico from the U.S. and here for the World Bank reports for total remittances received by Mexico.)

You don’t believe government data? Even the Clinton News Network confirms it: this recent CNN report says Mexico relies more on remittance income than the sale of oil or tourism. 

To guarantee those remittance dollars keep flowing north to south, Mexico must keep exporting its citizens south to north. Does anyone think Mexico will give up that lucrative income graciously? Do you think Mexican politicians will welcome an interruption of either of those two flows — either people going north or dollars coming south?

As a Congressman, back in 2001, I visited Mexico along with two of my colleagues and met with several high government officials in the Mexican capital. One of those officials was Juan Hernandez, a dual citizen with a home in Texas, who at that time was the head of a cabinet department. That department had the name, Ministry for Mexicans Living Abroad, but it has since been reorganized and given a lower public profile as the Institute for Mexicans Abroad, a government-funded division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

I asked Señor Hernandez, what exactly do you do here? He was quite candid and informative and not the least bit apologetic. Hernandez’s job was to direct and coordinate a large collection of enterprises of transport and educational activities aimed at assisting and encouraging Mexicans in physically moving north across Mexico and entering the United States.

I was struck by both the grandiosity and bravura of that official Mexican government operation—directed by a cabinet official. Somewhat shocked by his candid admissions, I asked Hernandez, hey, aren’t you embarrassed by violating the sovereignty of a neighboring country? His reply was delivered calmly and with a smile. I remember his words clearly:  “Really, congressman, we don’t have two countries here, it’s just a region.”

I also asked Hernandez, why does the Mexican government work so hard to maintain contact with Mexicans even after they become naturalized citizens of the United States? He told me, it’s because they tend to stop sending money home after they assimilate. Assimilation, he believed, was a problem: if Mexicans stopped being Mexicans first, and Americans second, that is very bad for Mexico.

Juan Hernandez, as I said, is a dual citizen of Mexico and the United States, and he has been very involved in U.S. politics. In 2008, working from his Texas home, he was named as presidential candidate John McCain’s chief of Outreach to Hispanic Americans.  

You can make of that connection with John McCain what you will; maybe the guy just needed a job. But as for myself, I would worry if my candidate were endorsed by the Juan Hernandez characters of the world, and I am delighted that Señor Juan Hernandez is apoplectic over the plans announced by President Trump. 

What lies ahead for U.S.-Mexican relations? Your guess is as good as mine, but if Trump persists in his plans, Mexican bluster and outrage will be replaced by a more pragmatic accommodation.  The border will continue to be a point of conflict, but Mexico may come to realize that the end of the remittance cornucopia was inevitable.

Mexico can grow its own economy and create millions of jobs for its people by abandoning its socialist dogmas and state-owned enterprises. If that happens, someday soon Mexican politicians will see the bitter medicine administered by Trump as a blessing in disguise. 

Polls of newly-arrived Mexicans who entered our country illegally reveal that the large majority of them do not intend to stay forever. Typically, upon arrival, they plan to get a job, send money home, and then return home to Mexico and enjoy a better life than what they left.
 
Mexicans naturally retain a love of the country of their birth—and that love of country is certainly not a bad thing if you think of it as your true home.  If ten million Mexicans now in the United States became optimistic about Mexico’s future and returned home to fight corruption, build a better educational system and a stronger economy, that, too, would not be a bad thing.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-27-2017

of How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution is being released (at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other outlets).
My co-author, historian Larry Schweikart, believed early on that Trump would win. But although I believed Trump could win, I did not think he would. And when I originally conceived the idea for the book, I prepared a conclusion in the event he lost.

The following is an excerpt of that original conclusion — a view of a fate narrowly avoided.
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It is important to put a Trump loss in its proper perspective.

The 2016 presidential election was always Hillary Clinton’s to lose. She was certain to be the Democratic Party’s nominee (though the party hierarchy had to rig the primary to ensure the result). As such, she was going to be the first woman with a real chance at being elected. That opportunity to be part of history had drawn many voters to Barack Obama, and it would be a near-insurmountable argument for her also.

A rational Republican voter, looking at the extended GOP field in late 2015, could be forgiven for deciding that none of these characters, regardless of their qualifications, could be counted upon to defeat Hillary Clinton — and, more important, to defeat the media, which would doubtless be pushing as hard for her victory as they could.

Trump alone had seized the popular imagination, and for that reason alone, he stood out: he was a risky choice, but perhaps only a risk would do.

The silver lining is that a Trump loss does not mean a loss for conservatism in general or the Republican Party in particular.
It is clear that Trump ran as an alternative to both, despite some of his policies and his formal political affiliation.

And so the opposition will be split. The Republican establishment hopes to exploit a Trump loss, which it sees as a necessary lesson for the party’s base in the dangers of populism and outsider candidates. The leadership will pick up where 2013’s ill-fated “autopsy” left off, and press for immigration reform as a way to show the media that Republicans have learned their lesson from the Trump adventure, that they are ready to make compromises rather than standing in the way.

But there will also be a backlash in the other direction. Trump supporters may blame a loss on the party’s leaders, and perhaps on the small but vocal NeverTrump faction, depending on how close the November 8 result turns out to be.

As for conservatives, the challenge since the primary has been to understand why their agenda, centered around a restoration of constitutional and fiscal limits to government, failed to gain popular traction despite fueling the Tea Party wave in 2010 and the surprise Senate sweep of 2014. The populist and nationalist movement behind Trump will not simply disappear after his defeat, and will present a continued political puzzle to more libertarian-minded conservatives.

Of course, a Trump victory would have made resolving these divisions and contradictions much easier. Differences would remain, of course, and would have guaranteed a rocky relationship between the Trump White House and the new Congress.

But the spoils of winning offer new opportunities to mend fences. Losing requires Republicans and conservatives to dig deep and find the leadership, in defeat, that has eluded them in six years of frustratingly partial success.

Whatever the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement more generally, what was lost in 2016 was the opportunity to deliver a verdict on eight years of radical left-wing governance by President Barack Obama.

The Republican resurgence after 2008 — from a party that seemed doomed to demographic destruction — was built entirely on the prospect of reversing Obama’s perceived abuses of power. And yet the Republicans elected to Congress failed to do that, as did moderate Gov. Mitt Romney, who failed to fight hard enough to win in 2012. Trump’s loss in 2016 meant that there would never be a reckoning for Obama, but rather, through Hillary Clinton, an acclimation.

And then there was the man himself.

Throughout the campaign, skeptics wondered aloud if Trump was serious in his ambition to become president. Was he running just as a lark, a vanity project? Was it all an effort to boost his brand? Was it an effort to launch a new media network? Or was he — as some conservative critics suggested — a secret Democratic Party plant, winning the nomination only to throw the election to Hillary?

What none of these theories could explain is why a man would put his entire life at risk — his business, his family, his personal safety — for the sake of what looked, at the outset, like an impossible goal.

Why would anyone subject themselves to salacious accusations of sexual misconduct, or the close scrutiny of decades of business dealings and legal proceedings, if not to win the ultimate prize? Surely nothing but victory itself could be worth the incredible price.

Trump announced his ambition was to “Make America Great Again.” He failed — and perhaps no political campaign could ever achieve that. Perhaps America is in a decline that has become irreversible.

It is impossible to imagine, for example, how the United States will regain the great strategic geopolitical advantages it held at the start of Barack Obama’s term in office, and which it squandered away, often in pursuit of naive, vain, and politically motivated policy objectives.

It is also difficult to imagine how a nation that has doubled its national debt, to $20 trillion, in the past eight years can possibly hope to recover its fiscal health, short of some kind of default.

And given the numerous constitutional violations of the Obama administration — many of which the courts failed to stop — it is difficult to see how the decay of the rule of law can be stopped, and how government can be limited again. America’s experiment in exceptionalism may be over.

Trump’s movement will live on, because the causes that gave rise to it — frustration with trade and immigration, for example, as well as anger at the entire political class — persist.

Yet the fall of Trump suggests something has died in the American imagination: the idea of greatness itself, whether of a man or a commonwealth of men and women. Unlike the collapse of a tower, the collapse of that idea is silent. But unlike a tower, that belief, once crushed, cannot be replaced.
***
And then November 8 happened — and a new chapter in the book, and American history, was written.
 
Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He was named one of the “most influential” people in news media in 2016. His new book, How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBN_4xENKu4

Valley Veteran Dies, Charges Against Suspect Expected to be Upgraded

Naughty


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-28-2017

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Good posts Wook.


Quote:Mexicans living and working in the U.S. send home over $20 billion annually in cash remittances — 
more than Mexico earns in foreign currency from tourism or any export commodity.


Naughty

On the Washington State news here were dire predictions for the agriculture harvesting,
dependent upon Mexican migrants predominantly.

Who's going to pick the apples ... and the ... and the ...


It's going to be a big problem.

On the issue of Trump,
he created two miracles on his way in.
One:
he trashed and burned the Bush family dynasty into obscurity.
Jeb "el Stupidissimo" Bush is a torched match head.
A mathstick man in flames.

Second:
Trump delivered us from the scourge of Hillary Clinton. Applause

No more Bushes, no more Clinton's --- {until Chelsea runs in 2028}

Third:
Trump can always be replaced by Pence.
That would be an unusual miracle if it were needed to happen.
I have my suspicions at this point that Trump won't mature in time to maintain his position.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2017/02/27/retired-generals-cite-past-comments-from-mattis-while-opposing-trumps-proposed-foreign-aid-cuts/?utm_term=.a1586e5e195e
Retired generals cite past comments from Mattis while opposing Trump’s proposed foreign aid cuts
Quote:Now is not the time to slash U.S. foreign aid, 
more than 120 retired generals and admirals said Monday in a letter to lawmakers, 
while citing past comments from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to buttress their case.

The letter was released by the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, 
which includes business executives, 
foreign-policy experts and retired senior military officials, 
as the Trump administration signaled that it will slash international spending 
while boosting funding for the U.S. military. 

The signatories include several past service chiefs and combatant commanders.

“The State Department, USAID, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Peace Corps and other development agencies are critical to preventing conflict and reducing the need to put our men and women in uniform in harm’s way,” 
the letter said. 
“As Secretary James Mattis said while Commander of U.S. Central Command, 
‘If you don’t fully fund the State Department, 
then I need to buy more ammunition.’”

The letter added that while the military will “lead the fight against terrorism on the battlefield,” 
it needs strong partners to combat issues that drive extremism, 
including insecurity, injustice, hopelessness and lack of opportunity.

“We urge you to ensure that resources for the International Affairs Budget 
keep pace with the growing global threats and opportunities we face,” the letter concluded. 
“Now is not the time to retreat.”

The letter was addressed to Speaker of the House Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.), 
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) 
and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.). 
It was released as administration officials said that Trump will announce Tuesday 
a 10 percent boost in military spending, 
with a corresponding cut to other federal agencies. 
Foreign aid, in particular, is expected to face significant budget cuts, as Trump follows through on his agenda.

The quote from Mattis 
cited in the letter came in March 2013 during a hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee 
a few months before he retired from the Marine Corps. 
It came in response to a question from Sen. Roger Wicker (R.-Miss.), 
who inquired whether the U.S. international development budget was helpful to the United States, 
and has often been used since by advocates for “soft power.”

“Yes, sir,” Mattis said at the time. “I would start with the State Department budget. 
Frankly, they need to be as fully funded as Congress believes appropriate, 
because if you don’t fund the State Department fully 
then I need to buy more ammunition ultimately. 
So I think it’s a cost-benefit ratio. 
The more we put into the State Department’s diplomacy, 
hopefully the less we have to put into a military budget 
as we deal with the outcome of apparent American withdrawal from the international scene.”

Many of the officers who signed the letter retired within the past few years, 
and some led U.S. forces in combat. 
They include:
Marine Gen. John R. Allen, the former top U.S. commander in Afghanistan; Army Gen. Pete Chiarelli, vice chief of staff of the Army from 2008 to 2012; Marine Gen. James T. Conway, commandant of the Marine Corps from 2006 to 2010; Adm. Jonathan Greenert, chief of naval operations from 2011 to 2015, and Adm. Eric T. Olson, the chief of U.S. Special Operations Command from 2007 to 2011.

At least two officers who signed the letter have previously met with Trump and offered advice on other issues. 
They are Army Gen. David H. Petraeus, 
who led troops in Iraq and Afghanistan before serving as director of the Central Intelligence Agency 
from 2011 to 2012, and Adm. James G. Stavridis, 
who retired as chief of U.S. European Command 
and supreme allied commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in 2013.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 03-01-2017

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Did anyone listen to the speech to Congress by Trump?

I thought that he did very well.
He stuck to the script, looked sharp and smart, 
and acted as grounded as a president can be in addressing the nation.

Trump came through with a solid statesman performance IMO.
Afterwards on Clown News Network,
Anderson Stupor had to keep Jake Crapper propped up,
as Crapper stumbled over words and bumbled out a weak response because Trump did so well.

Melania of course stole the show early on,
and that was nice to see.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - rhw007 - 03-01-2017

I sent them this 'email' 2500 character limit inks not auto on:

Dear Mr President,


In 1976 the two Viking landers and orbiters showed Mars was more interesting than previously thought. There was and remains a quadrant on Mars where in the map legend the ORIGINS: there was no single or multiple geological processes noted as to HOW that region formed. Nothing like Vulcanism, Glacial, Sedimentary, Teutonic, Aureoles or any other geological formation type. A single word was the description: ORIGINS: ENIGMATIC.
Until 2005 the map remained that way for the Cydonia area where the Ares Face, the Dipietro & Molenar Pyramid, Smoking Pyramid, Fortress, and other monuments in the area that are aligned with HIGH sacred geometric alignment similar to the geometric symmetry with the Giza Pyramid Complex in Egypt.
I just learned that instead of landing on Europa, NASA is going to do another Fly-Bye of Europa, the other place where liquid water may find LIFE, just like they did a Fly-By of Pluto.
When they finally got a Mars Orbiter in orbit, after loosing two, they “CATBOXED” the first image of the Ares Face they released and “fake news” that stated “see nothing but a pile of rocks.” https://mycommonsenseparty.com/2016-images/catbox-april-1998-image.jpg But, you see they had flattened the image to hide the TRUE nature of that image, you can see that at my main website: https://mycommonsenseparty.com
The 2020 Rover is also going to AVOID Cydonia unless YOU personally tell them to BOLDLY go there. It is science's responsibility to seek the unknown. The ONLY quadrant on the entire planet where they still use the word ORIGINS: ENIGMATIC + a two similar guesses used twice which means “pasted material” i.e. photo-shopped it like they did the 1998 image of the Ares Face the CATBOX.
https://mycommonsenseparty.com/2016-images/mjcFace.gif


I already voted for you in 2016, and like that you told NASA to put people in the Orion Moon orbit, to be bold and get AMERICAN PEOPLE back into orbit. It seems that even the NASA's Orion in 2019 will behind Elon Musk who is going to send two people around the Moon in 2018. Mr. Musk may also land is Dragon Capsule to land IN the CYDONIA area since I have asked that he also land there in his 2018 shot he WILL send to Mars before NASA sends any spacecraft to Mars.


“The time for small thinking is over.” I couldn't agree more. Great Speech tonight.


Thank You for all you do. This Earthling with a Martian Soul seeks seeing Cydonia UP CLOSE with a rover in my lifetime.





Bob... Ninja Alien2


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 03-02-2017

I can't tell you how bad I wish to backhand Mikey at the moment .

Naughty Pennywise

Quote:During MSNBC’s coverage of President Trump’s speech before Congress, filmmaker Michael Moore reacted to the speech’s recognition of the widow of Chief Special Warfare Operator William “Ryan” Owens’ widow, Carryn Owens, by saying she was there “as a sort of a f you to the people who are criticizing” Trump over the raid that lead to Ryan Owens’ death.

Moore said, “Ryan Owens, his death came as a result of a dinner Trump had with his son-in-law and a political hack. … And then the reporting here on NBC News, and other networks and papers, of how the intelligence community said we got nothing out of this. … But then why tonight to say, oh, we got all this treasure trove.”

He added that Carryn Owens was there “as a sort of a f you to the people who are criticizing him for this. And this poor woman, this widow, who has lost her husband. She is in desperate grief right now, and in love with her husband, and to use that as — [to] put another notch on his belt and what’s he thinking about? My ratings. Record applause. I’m going to get an Emmy for this, most applause for a dead soldier on my watch. I mean, this is the sickness of this man.”
http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/02/28/michael-moore-owens-widow-was-at-trump-speech-as-an-f-you-to-the-people-who-are-criticizing-trump/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social

Whose side is he on?
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LilD


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 03-02-2017

I sometimes wonder just how low the Democrats can sink in their neurotic hysterics over Trump, and the fact they lost election.
This is the kind of people they are.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0WziV_m7To


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 03-02-2017

These are Not the Democrats we grew up with
they have become a bunch of wannabe Marxists  
with no Code of Honor .

http://investmentwatchblog.com/shady-shadowy-doj-slush-fund-bankrolling-leftist-groups/
Caught: Shady, Shadowy Obama/Holder DOJ Slush Fund Has Been Bankrolling Leftist Groups

Sheep
Sedition .


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 03-02-2017

Forrest Gump has become Dump Gump . Lol ..

Doh


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Tom Hanks gives White House press corps another espresso machine
The two-time Academy Award winner on Thursday surprised the reporters.
dailymail.co.uk