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LIBERAL-MANIA FALLS INTO CULTURE SHOCK: IT’S THE TRUMP CARD AFFECT

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The question: How were so many Americans just content with government doing it all for them while their individual freedoms just withered away and
vanished?

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   Donald Trump is a gambling man.  If he wasn’t good at it, he would have sold his casinos a long time ago.  Also, running for President was a gamble.  He knew about the risk but he had something that the other candidates didn’t have.  He knew a little slight of hand and then he pulled out his trump card.  After he was elected he showed us that he also had a few things up his sleeve.  Though he is now the President, he is not a king as kings are not elected by the people. They normally are installed by a former king or queen through family succession.  But for now, I shall place these ideas on hold for a moment so as to have a closer look at the history books. 

History reveals two sides.  Usually it is either the dark side or the light side.  So think about America as more light is shown on the following subject.
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Draining the Swamp? But Infesting the White House with a Group of Right-Wing Extremists

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Duty to Warn

new-logo25By Gary G. Kohls, MD

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Pro-Corporate Lobbyists and Assorted “Deplorable” Washington Insiders?

“Our Glorious Leader has ascended to God Emperor. Make no mistake about it: we did this. If it were not for us, it wouldn’t have been possible. … [T]he White race is back in the game. And if we’re playing, no one can beat us. The winning is not going to stop.”A revealing quote from the Neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, which claims to be the “#1 Alt-Right” website, following Donald Trump’s election (Stormfront’s motto is: “White Pride Worldwide” and its symbol is):

And KKK ex-Grand Wizard David Duke couldn’t help but celebrate the part that his white supremacist movement had in electing Trump”. Duke proclaimed the day after the election: “make no mistake about it, our people played a HUGE role in electing Trump!… You arrogant, unthankful, degenerate pieces of shit no longer have absolute power.”

And the image below makes clear one of the reasons that southern white supremacists and southern states rights’ advocates have had so much power since the South’s humiliating defeat150 years ago in the War Between the States. The hard core among them don’t think that the “godly” cause of white supremacy over non-whites was actually lost. Trump has given hope to them, and now the White House and control over the US might be a possibility. And theocratic Southern Christian Fundamentalists, with whom the KKK types seem to have a silent relationship, agree, for, as Christian Coalition executive director Ralph Reed revealed during the last part of the 20th century: More

A Tale of Two Conventions—Controversy and Deceit

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“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” It was a time of controversy and a time of deceit. The Republican and Democratic National Conventions, now just over, showed some stark contrasts.

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The Republican National Committee along with many in the GOP were less than pleased with the eventual nominee—Donald Trump. However, the controversy surrounding Mr. Trump’s nomination, for all its warts, was open for everyone to see. There was never any secret that the “GOP establishment” didn’t want a Trump nomination. Some of the prominent GOP stalwarts refused to endorse Mr. Trump and were absentees from the convention. In fact, Mr. Trump 08-10-2015_Illusioninvited his vanquished opponents to speak at the convention and, like Senator Cruz, they were not constrained in what they could say. Such is the reality of a true democratic process—someone wins, the others lose, and some are sore losers. That’s all pretty much normal and expected. Regardless of who wins, there will always be discontent.

Contrast this to the Democrat primaries. All along the Democrat Party claimed to be neutral during the primary process, while Senator Bernie Sanders, among others, claimed there was favoritism and collusion. Recently leaked emails show that the process was anything but open and fair. It seems that the Democratic National Committee was in the tank for Secretary Clinton from the beginning, and worked at undermining the Sanders campaign.

Of course, Senator Sanders was unaware of the collusion against him when he endorsed Hillary Clinton, and he has since left the Democrat Party—a move that has not made many headlines in the press, but should have. When was the last time a presidential contender left in such manner? Even Ted Cruz—the sore loser of the GOP that made national headlines with his non-endorsement speech—is still a Republican. With its dishonest and conniving nature exposed by the emails, can we believe anything the DNC espouses?

Another claim long held by conservatives—of a liberal bias in the media—has been more than confirmed with the email leaks. They show not just bias but actual collaboration with the DNC and the Clinton campaign. Can we rely on independent information from the media, after seeing this collusion?

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THE TRUE VALUE OF THE KKK AND DONALD TRUMP

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new-logo25Fact-based Opinion by Douglas K. Kinan

March 13, 2016
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“America is closing in on 16 years of the Bush and Obama policies of destroying the American way. The evidence establishes that “Change and Hope” hasn’t worked for the American people.
Whether you like it or not, Trump has flipped the coin and instead of speaking “truth to power” he’s power speaking truth to people.”
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carlThe news media across America has reported that Donald Trump, “calls off his rally [in Chicago] due to security concerns.”
Trump is being equated with the Ku Klux Klan. One commenter in the Boston Globe wrote in part: “A Trump rally in Chicago is about the same as a KKK rally.”  The comment got me to thinking, is there a parallel to the KKK and Donald Trump? Absolutely.
Does Trump “make America hate?”  Nope. Trump is trying to focus attention on the larger problem – the government is broken and has stopped working for the people or the 99%. Everything it does is for show and a con game on the working families of America.
Am I saying that Donald Trump hates blacks or any other race? Nope.
Am I saying that the KKK is a constant reminder of their value to the black population? You bet. The KKK has been the best ally for blacks in America than any other group or government agency.  
The KKK is a terrorist organization and a hate group aimed at groups or individuals whom they oppose, particularly black citizens. Their movement calls for the “purification” of American society.   The very existence of the KKK successfully focuses the mind on the issue of discrimination and suppression of entire sections of society from the general socioeconomic progress.
 
How has Congress viewed the conduct of the KKK?   Let’s examine that objectively.
To place many members of Congress in perspective, until his passing in 2010, Senator Robert Byrd had a history second to none as a hater of black citizens.  
Published reports labeled Byrd a former “Exalted Cyclops” and a “Kleagle” of the KKK. Byrd used to sit around campfires making hangman’s nooses with his hooded friends. He said he joined because it “offered excitement” and because the Klan was an “effective force” in “promoting traditional American values,”  that he shared.
“Byrd vowed never to fight ‘with a Negro by my side. Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.’ ”
Despite Byrd’s counterfeit apologies to his colleagues, he filibustered against the 1964 Civil Rights Act for more than 14 hours, opposed the nominations of the Supreme Court’s two black justices, liberal Thurgood Marshall and conservative Clarence Thomas and his separatist views were not a secret.

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Trump and the Truth

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new-logo25by James Hufferd, Ph.D.

Coordinator, 911 Truth Grassroots Organization

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Remember my recent reminder that the proper, core role of the 911 Truth community is not to advance theories as to what took place on 9/11/01, but rather to demand that the government/media/establishment and its apologists substantiate with proof, or at least some modicum of credible evidence, the cockamamie theory they largely succeeded at foisting on the world? Well, the same media purveyors who were and continue to be integral to that all-time classic still-active gem of prevarication are working overtime right now to sell the 59203_518492681544067_1036204037_nsame gullible world the story that Donald Trump not only had the gall to refuse to pledge blind allegiance in advance to the eventual Republican nominee selected, bought, and wholly paid for by the powers that be (Billionaire Boys’ Club, Neanderthal Branch), but even worse, also had the effrontery to crudely attack Fox media darling “moderator” Meagan Kelly during the first rough-and-tumble GOP debate.

For their own shared purposes of support for the sham of the so-called popular-selection political system fully under élite control, and in revulsion for its would-be revealer, even the self-styled “liberal” media exactly reversed the order of who attacked who. Meagan Kelly (and the other Fox “moderators” – I think they might more accurately be called “agitators” instead – brutally savaged Trump and Trump alone among the 17 candidates, fairly obviously intending to so wound him as to destroy him. And he, like the tough old elephant he is, refused to go down or fold up and simply gave back as good as he got – albeit the inexcusable foul he was upbraided for was his decidedly crude, ungentlemanly playground-style response when slammed on and in the media by certain female detractors down the years.

While Donald Trump’s demeanor toward the presumed ladies in those instances was not commendable, to be sure, that was really not what the on-air exchange launched by “moderator” Kelly was about at all. As I said, the purpose of the several pronged straight-on coordinated attack by her and the other so-called Fox “moderators”, was simply to get this sufficiently audacious interloper, Trump, who was merrily outing the candidates of the accustomed controlling billionaires as more-or-less foolish, boring, and inept out of the contest he was thus ruining and running away with in its early stages, not to return.

And no wonder the self-funding Mr. Trump, at least superficially a mere (though spectacular) showman and stupendous buffoon of a political novice, has become such a popular favorite for the myriads of horribly disillusioned conservatives and populists who don’t give a fig for any party apparatus or for wholly owned politicians. Although his precise or even general political opinions are certainly not mine, and derogatory is far from my style, I’m hoping wholeheartedly that he is in it for the long haul, fully intending to do what I see him doing – continuing to uncover and undermine the highly treasonous rigged game of the concealers for all to see, and not just playing mischievously but briefly with the scurrilous power brokers’ and attendant media mavens’ crass little minds.

Trump has already singled out for ridicule us 9/11 truth partisans as allegedly a species too weird even for him. And such is understandable, regardless of his real thoughts. Because proving himself unmanageable politically is one thing, but using his superlative media skills to seriously question the official version of 9/11 would probably get him killed or jailed for life in solitary.

I suspect he knows the truth, as, surely, many of the superbly connected in the more rarefied climes of sociopolitical life in the western countries, in or out of government, do. And he has famously quipped that every syllable uttered by the Bush administration was a lie. And yes, once again, it is understandable that he wouldn’t risk re-opening the issue of 9/11 publicly and set it, a flailing, unmanageable nightmare monster, squarely on the nation’s doorstep via his untamed rhetoric. Yet, as his daring campaign continues to pick up steam among the nation’s nobody’s, and I assume it will, one can at least hope he will see fit to unleash the fundamental reality underlying so much. Anyone know how to reach him?

JH: 8/8/15

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