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Next President of the United Fates of America
“Here’s a little secret Megyn, a lot of these bed-wetting, hand wringing Republicans, they’re not afraid Donald Trump is going to lose. They’re scared to death he’s going to win. And if he wins he is going to mess up the neat little package of fun they have because they all play to the donor class and Donald Trump is coming to make big changes in the way that these institutions go.”

Huckabee Slams 'Bed-Wetting' GOP - They're Not Afraid Trump Will Lose, 'Scared to Death' He'll Win
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https://investmentwatchblog.com/19-trill...on-people/

19 trillion national debt, 6.5 trillion missing from the pentagon, 6 billion missing from state department, on the verge of war with Russia, health care and social security screwed, 94 million people out of the Labor Force and we are about to watch a criminal be elected to our highest office.
Submitted by IWB, on October 9th, 2016


We are currently in a slow collapse. So might as well let it all come crashing down and start from scratch. Maybe after it all crashes we can go and arrest the crooked politicians/bankers/globalists/war mongers and have some old school public hangings
Over 94 Million Americans Are Outside the Labor Force and That’s Almost Certain to Rise
Quote:A growing but aging country will likely swell the number even if action’s taken to boost participation
At first blush, it’s one of the most startling statistics about the U.S. labor market: Over 94 million Americans over the age of 15 do not have a job and are not looking for work. Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has repeatedly highlighted the statistic and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has hailed it as a sign of economic decline.
But here’s the challenge with touting that figure as “too high” or promising to reverse it: The number of Americans outside the labor force is almost certain to climb dramatically in coming decades for the simple reason that the population is getting both larger and older.
This week the Labor Department highlighted some of its projections of the labor force through 2060. There’s actually a good deal that can be estimated about the composition of the labor force, especially in the early years of the forecast window. With the exception of new immigrants, of course, the entire labor force of 2030 will be people already born in the U.S.
http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2016/10/06/over-94-million-americans-are-outside-the-labor-force-and-thats-almost-certain-to-rise/
 
Quote:The estimated population of the United States is 323,914,883
so each citizen’s share of this debt is $60,807.74.
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of
 
http://www.brillig.com/debt_clock/
 
Pentagon Say $6.5 Trillion Dollars Is Missing, Sparking Fears Of ‘New 9/11’
Quote:The Pentagon cannot account for $6.5 trillion dollars according to a new Department of Defense Inspector General’s report – raising alarm bells not just because of the obvious lack of accountability and oversight, but because the last time the Pentagon ‘lost’ an enormous sum of money, 9/11 happened.

Donald Rumsfeld was due to testify about a missing $2.3 trillion before Congress on September 13 2001, however the case was put on hold after the events of September 11.



The paper trail was destroyed when one side of the Pentagon was blown up, and the $2.3 trillion dollar case was brushed under the rubble.
The new case of the missing trillions, and the combustible political climate in the U.S. in 2016, has left many commentators fearing that “something big is about to happen again.”
https://www.google.com/amp/yournewswire.com/pentagon-say-6-5-trillion-dollars-is-missing-sparking-fears-of-new-911/amp/?client=ms-android-motorola
Pentagon Chief Outlines US Plans for Nuclear War with Russia
Quote:US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter delivered a speech to “missileers” at the Air Force Global Strike Command base in Minot, South Dakota Monday, defending the massive modernization of the US nuclear arsenal and issuing bellicose threats against Russia.
Carter’s trip to Minot was the first he has taken to a nuclear missile base since becoming secretary of defense in February 2015. It coincided with the steady escalation of conflicts pitting the US against nuclear-armed Russia and China that threaten to ignite a new world war.
The thrust of Carter’s speech was a defense of the Pentagon’s proposed $348 billion plan to rebuild Washington’s so-called nuclear triad of strategic bombers, missiles and submarines. Estimates are that over a 30-year period, this nuclear buildup will siphon fully $1 trillion out of the American economy.
Delivered to the officers and enlisted personnel tasked with launching Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles, each carrying warheads with 60 times the destructive capacity of the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, the speech at times seemed to echo the title of the satiric 1964 film Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.
This massive US death machine, Carter insisted, provided “the bedrock of security” that has “enabled millions and millions to get up in the morning to go to school, to go to work, to live their lives, to dream their dreams and to give their children a better future.”
He went on to predict that “given what we see in today’s security environment, it’s also likely that our children and their children will probably have to live in a world where nuclear weapons exist.” In reality, assuming the continuation of the present “security environment” and the continued existence of nuclear weapons, there is good reason to fear that the world will be incinerated in the lifetimes of “our children and their children.”
While using the anodyne Pentagon jargon of “our nuclear enterprise” to refer to the US nuclear war arsenal, Carter’s speech contained passages hinting at the undeniable fact that the threat of a nuclear conflagration is now greater than at any time since the height of the Cold War.
He warned that while “in the more than seven decades since 1945, nuclear weapons have not again been used in war, that’s not something we can ever take for granted.”
He added: “In today’s security environment, one that’s dramatically different from the last generation, and certainly the generation before that, we face a nuclear landscape that continues to pose challenges…that continues to evolve, in some ways less predictably than during the Cold War, even though many around the world and even some in the United States are stuck in the Cold War in their thinking.”
 
http://www.globalresearch.ca/pentagon-chief-outlines-us-plans-for-nuclear-war-with-russia/5548284
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