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Suppose Trump had Hillary’s incredible Russian connection?

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If Trump had Hillary’s Russian connection…

Trump would be curled up in a ball in a bunker a few hundred feet under the White House. And that’s on his best day.

The newspapers and television news would be citing nothing less than treason as the cause for his impeachment. They would claim he was, in fact, helping Putin win World War 3 against the US. A nuclear war.

Forget “Putin influenced the election on behalf of Trump.” Instead, mainstream attack dogs would be claiming Trump was a conscious agent who had been turned, years ago, against his home country. The dogs would be making up stories about how this happened.

“It was on a business trip that the world changed for a desperate real estate mogul named Donald Trump. Mr. Trump was on his way to Moscow, ostensibly to meet with several Russian oligarchs about a casino project he was hoping to launch. Instead, he huddled with a representative and close friend of Vladimir Putin at the Baltschug Kempinski Hotel, and that friend offered Mr. Trump a different kind of deal, one that would change his life forever and alter the future of America…”

This is what we would be seeing and hearing if Donald Trump had been involved in the 2013 Clinton business deal with Russia that everyone knows about—but no one is willing to prosecute or even cover (anymore) in the mainstream press.

I have written about the Clinton deal before, but it’s worth reviewing again, given the kind of heat Trump is dealing with for Phone Conversations. Conversations several of his people have had with Russians; even business deals that could have been consummated during those discussions.

So…here it is again. Imagine Hillary and Bill Clinton were not the wheelers and dealers. Imagine Trump was. Try to conceive what would be happening to him now vs. what is happening to Bill and Hillary: i.e., nothing.

I’ll go one step further. Wherever Bill or Hillary’s name, or the name of their Foundation, appears in the NY Times story I’m about to quote, I’ll substitute a Trump name (in CAPS), so you get the full effect:

Consider this plot line. Follow the bouncing ball.

Putin wants 20% of uranium on US soil. That 20% is owned by a Canadian mining company.

The Canadian executives want to sell it to Putin.

But because uranium is a US “national security” product, various US federal agencies have to OK the deal. One of those agencies is the US State Department.

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One Outsider’s Take on the Russian Hacking Charge

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new-logo251_002by James Hufferd, Ph.D.                                                                                      Coordinator, 911 Truth Grassroots Organization

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As one with no access to inside information, but arguably of sound mind and with a propensity for paying attention and seeking reality, here’s what I make of the Obama administration’s and others’ attacks on Russia and Putin particularly for interference in the recent U.S. presidential selection. I draw this conclusion as no Republican and, as of now, no Democrat. Apologies in advance for the seriously, indefensibly long sentences – that’s the way I think. If I had a day or two to chop them down…

1)The administration, media, and Democrats in general and certainly all good, “right-thinking” Americans and globalist elitists are so stunned and undone by Hillary Clinton’s election loss to the uncontrollable Mr. Donald J. Trump, whom they thought they had sufficiently demonized to prevent even the least possibility of his winning, that they conclude there must have occurred some awful contamination or sabotage of their right-intentioned side’s rightful and accustomed control process, which had always worked before as planned at securing a desirable outcome. More

WORD: 5 Signs the Russian Hacking Story Is Really Just Fake News

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The Daily Sheeple

The biggest problem with the system’s propaganda machine is obviously that it’s broken… because after this election, hardly anyone is buying it anymore.

Obama is no ordinary weakling

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PPJ note:  While I agree with most of this letter to the editor, how quickly this man forgets, along with most of the country, the embarrassing years of Bush the Dolt.  He couldn’t put two words together without making a mistake.  Two illegal wars, massive illegal immigration, science rendered a joke, education made useless and Medicare Drug coverage reform cost us 750 Billion.  The national debt went thru the roof, we were lied to at every instance.  What made us think things would change under Obama?
For once, can we just keep our damn noses out of everyone else’s business?  Our country is coming apart at the seams.  Our economy is trashed.  Jobs are virtually non existent and we have federal agencies and law enforcement arming them selves against us.  Let those in the Ukraine, Crimea and Russia handle their own affairs. We have enough trouble here to last two lifetimes.   Marti
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World War 3: A Natural Resource War

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Source: The New World Reporter

by R.F. Goggin

Politicians in America, talk a good game, of course. I mean let’s face it, if they hope to be any good at what they do, then every word out their mouths in a public setting, at least, had better be carefully calculated ahead of time for maximum political effect and the avoidance of any undesirable repercussions.

Therefore, as a result of the frightful and fateful day of September 11th 2001, all of us living in the U.S. have naturally been exposed to a variety of not so straight shooting; often times, ridiculously patronizing ‘political’ talk, via our federally elected representatives.

Personally, I recall chuckling initially over how the ‘war on terror’ propaganda machine was kicked off, upon hearing, George W. Bush, declare that terrorists hate our freedom in the United States. My reaction was due at the time (being still an equally irrelevant misnomer to me today, should I imagine a human being hating the idea of freedom) to my brain, simply refusing to wrap itself around such a shallow assertion. Even the worse dictators known to man, one could reasonably imagine, have always liked the idea of their own personal liberties or self-determination.

Terrorist plotters in the Middle East, particularly, may not care much for Spiderman or Batman films; Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants – or Lady Gaga, etc, presumably invading their respective cultures, but the thought of our ‘freedoms’ in America, has obviously little to no effect on someone residing thousands of miles away from us.

Look at this way, how often does a U.S. terrorist strike out at communist China or North Korea, because of hatred for their social structure or lack of freedom?

Even from the moment of the collapse of the twin towers in New York City, the United States has hardly been in some war on terror in distant nations to protect the citizens of the American homeland. And if you care to insist it otherwise to me, then I will only suggest to you that what we have been doing militarily overseas since 9/11, is merely a prelude to our ultimate objective. This is gist of my argument herein, of course, and the sooner this realization is established in the minds of Americans in general, then the better off we’ll all be. The so-called war on terror is not a war at all; it’s more alike to the pre-emptive ramblings of a fascist dictatorship.

Nowadays, when I weigh the thought of a rogue theocracy armed with nuclear weapon potential – in the form of Iran – unleashing hell on Earth, although the scenario troubles me somewhat, I nonetheless find the situation the epitome of self-motivating reasons for America to once again act militarily in order to secure the most important thing conceivable to any world superpower . . .

Yes indeed, you guessed it, oil. Read More

by R.F. Goggin

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