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How Today’s Multiculturalism Fuels the Growth of  Third World Cities in America

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By: chuck Frank

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A good many American  people began their decent into into the dreaded black hole around the same time that President, Bill Clinton left office, that allowed our corporations to expand their relocation overseas and also into Mexico.  Banks were also given at the same time Clinton’s gift of deregulation which had protected America’s financial health ever since the Great Depression of the 1930’s.  Finally, the banks gambled with high risk
investments spearheading the 2008 financial meltdown that transpired, while housing foreclosures ran at 3.1 million in 2008 alone to where families lost their houses.

In retrospect, there were now two dreadful mistakes President Clinton and Congress left us with.

The first one was NAFTA which was meant to “bring jobs to America” through free and fair trade.  That didn’t happen.  Unemployment just got worse and in the end, who got rich off of that deal? It was the corporations and the high rollers.

While America began sinking to new lows, deficit spending by the trillions was in order by the Obama administration, while at the same time, multiculturalism was an agenda being pushed  by that same administration as Congress looked the other way.

The caliber of those people being brought into America during those years had not been vetted properly by those agencies who were paid to evaluate the incoming immigrants.  Those agencies at that time were mostly interested in the “placement money” and were not concerned about the safety of the American citizens or how well these immigrants would assimilate.  It is obvious that during those recent years, thousands upon thousands of immigrants which were placed in various cities began to become, brick by brick, a foundation of civil unrest which historically has been used in Marxist philosophy and teachings for the purpose of bringing a country to a low point in order to topple a free and democratic society and thus replace it with an inferior form of tyrannical rule where the people either do not have a say or they are given the appearance of having a say while a charade of politicians offers a structure of formality for the people’s input which will never transpire.  It’s no different than trickle down economics which never happens when there is a deceptive progressive/socialistic agenda supporting  big government, more taxation, runaway corruption, kickbacks, expensive healthcare plans, pensions, and finally deficit spending.

Add sanctuary states, counties and cities such as Seattle into this mix to where people have no money, no moral compass and no desire to assimilate,
this model becomes the last and final brick in a nation that is about to fall from grace.   It is high time that American’s who see the writing on the wall take America back before it is too late as “third world cities”are already becoming commonplace in America.

Crapitalism and Caravans: The election is over, What happened to the caravan?

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Marti Oakley

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What is it those in this, supposedly spontaneous, caravan think it is that they are going to find here? Peace? Security? Prosperity? We don’t have any! We are either unable or unwilling to take care of our own people….what is it you think we are going to do for you? Homelessness here in the US is reaching critical mass. Violence perpetrated by law enforcement is epidemic. Our children are taken by CPS and used for profit, and they will do the same to yours. Our elderly are being robbed by probate tribunal actors, and then euthanized in hospice or in hospitals once all their property has been transferred to their new owners. And those of us caught in the middle can barely make ends meet. What is it you believe you are going to find here that you weren’t already dealing with in the country you are leaving behind? Drugs? We have pharmaceuticals for that that are far more lethal than any street drugs and doctors more than willing to get you addicted. Violence? You can get shot to death by police here for having a broken tail light. We can’t board a plane without specially marked ID’s or a passport.

But the bigger question looms: What made all of you in the caravan think or believe you had the right to storm the US demanding entry, even if by illegal means?

The election is over: What happened to the caravan? More

Throwing off the tyrants:Three Different Street Corners

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Same Accident Viewed From Three Different Street Corners 

 J. Speer-Williams (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

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Dear Fellow Truthseekers,

One of the limitations of three-dimensional life is everyone views life and its events from different viewpoints, prospectives, and experiences. Each viewpoint is likely to be correct as far as it goes, but is limited and therefore could be called a relative truth.

After viewing an accident from three different street corners, each viewpoint will have a slightly different tale to tell, each tale being relatively true. Absolute truth would encompass all actual and potential viewpoints, past-present- and-future; something not possible, while in our three-dimensional world. 

So, in our world there are arguments and upsets amongst good men, each telling the truth, as far as they know from their own limited viewpoint. 

The patriotic truth movement is not yet strong or numerous enough for a peaceful and successful counter-revolution, throwing off the tyrants of both the Shadow and sitting governments. 

The secret Shadow government, far stronger than our bought and paid for government; and it is intent on bringing about a One-World government, with no country having an economy strong enough to support itself. That is the reason, shadow puppet Bill Clinton signed the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, and the NAFTA and GATT trade agreements, which not only brought down our economy, but also all the others of the world.  More

We become silent: A 2005 documentary detailing the coming take over of food and Implementation of CODEX Alimentarius

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We Become SilentIf you thought it was because government is concerned about your health; if you thought it was anything other than a corporate take over of food and dietary supplements…you need to watch this documentary from 2005.  Michael Taylor, the new food Czar from Monsanto, and former FDA higher up….laying the groundwork for what was to come.  The threat of the World Trade Organization as well as the real reasons for NAFTA/CAFTA…….it has nothing to do with trade, only corporate business; a business which targets you.

International award-winning filmmaker Kevin P. Miller of Well TV announced the release of a new documentary about the threat to medical freedom of choice. We Become Silent: The Last Days of Health Freedom details the ongoing attempts by multinational pharmaceutical interests and giant food companies — in concert with the WTO, the WHO and others — to limit the public’s access to herbs, vitamins and other therapies.

We Become Silent is narrated by Dame Judi Dench, the noted UK actress who has won multiple Golden Globe awards, an Oscar, and a Tony for her on-stage work, in addition to dozens of other honors throughout her prestigious career.

Watch film here:  WE BECOME SILENT

Equity of Trade Versus Free Trade

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Live Link:  National Organization for Raw Materials

by Thayne Cozart
Director of Communications, National Organization for Raw Materials

The U.S. has a huge trade imbalance with most trading nations. The imbalance is not in agriculture, although many food products — both raw and processed — enter the U.S. at prices below those for comparable U.S.-grown foodstuffs.

To a large degree the imbalance is in manufactured goods. One reason is that many nations have lower costs of production — based upon a lower standard of living, cheap labor, inexpensive raw materials, protective government policy, etc. Multinationals who have moved their plants to foreign locations enjoy the best of both worlds — inexpensive manufacturing costs and unlimited access to the world’s biggest consumer market, the USA.

Our laissez-faire trade stance, when coupled with many nations’ protective trade stances and the inherent disparity of living standards around the world, is proving to be a recipe for ever-increasing trade deficits. Exacerbating the situation, GATT and NAFTA are proving difficult to implement when other nations improvise phony trade issues and drag their feet at every opportunity. Bottomline, the U.S. is having problems with free trade. More

CAFTA’s extreme guarantees on foreign investor rights

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This week in Washington, D.C., in a closed World Bank hearing, a multinational mining corporation is arguing the first CAFTA environmental attack case. Using the controversial CAFTA investor rights rules that allow private firms to directly sue governments for policies they claim undermine their expected future profit, Pacific Rim Mining Corp is demanding hundreds of millions of dollars from El Salvador.

That’s right. Because of CAFTA’s extreme guarantees on foreign investor rights, this Canadian mining multinational can demand massive compensation from this small impoverished country. President Obama can help end this nightmare by fulfilling his pledge to purge extreme investor rights from U.S. trade policy and future trade pacts like the Transpacific Partnership (TPP), Obama’s first prospective trade deal, which will be negotiated in San Francisco later this month. More

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Another NAFTA or Obama’s New Trade Model?

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Action Alert – Will the TPP be more of the same?
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Another NAFTA or Obama’s New Trade Model?

The TPP will be Obama's first trade agreement. Will he choose the disastrous NAFTA model or enact a new American Fair Tradel agenda?
Urge Congress to ensure any Obama trade deal moves away from the disastrous NAFTA model and toward a new American fair trade agenda


Candidate Obama promised to fix NAFTA and craft a new job-creating trade strategy going forward. He promised his trade agreements would put working people, the environment, family farms and consumers first. Now the moment of truth is upon us: the Obama administration has begun negotiations with seven Asian/Pacific countries on what could be its first trade agreement – known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

The usual suspects – Big Pharma, agribusiness giants and chronic offshoring multinationals – are hell-bent on more NAFTAs. And unfortunately, there are some in the administration happy to forget President Obama’s fair trade commitments.

Urge Congress to ensure that any Obama trade deal reflects his promises to ditch the NAFTA model and craft a new American trade agenda that works for us. More

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