The Trump Era Begins

Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Flint, Nov 10, 2016.

  1. Freethinker

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    I know what you mean but it's funny you mention infowars and naming Jews since Jones will bend over backwards to never mention the choosenites. Lol, but we know damn well who Alex is talking about when he says "the globalists". The echo is deafening.
     
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    Right, the intent, of course, was to project a bit of humor.
     
  3. Thrashen

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    So true. Jones, for all his passionate, factual, and admittedly entertaining ranting about the Man Behind The Curtain, is like all the other "right wing" commentators (Limbaugh, Hannity, Savage, Coulter, Beck, Levin, Ingraham, and popular Youtubers like Dice and Watson) in that they incessantly describe the myriad of evil deeds perpetrated against us, but never inform their viewers that there is clearly a class of elite Jewish globalists behind nearly every societal ill in every western nation.

    Of course, "left wing" commentators, no matter how anti-war their political leanings may be, would never say anything about the pro-Isreal lobbyists and their infinite war-mongering and risk being labeled "anti-Semitic." Nor would they mention the staggering quantity of Heebs that comprise the super-rich "1%" capitalists they so despise. Also, they run the Central Banking cartel that keeps people in debt, including student loans, a new hot-buttton liberal issue. Porn that objectifies women and ruins their lives. Stocks brokers and hedge fund managers and the Feder Reserve that manipulate currency. They control pro-abortions groups that successfully kill millions of unborn non-white babies each year (their only noble quest!). They also control many of the NeoCon lobbyist groups that exploit immigrant labor...

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  4. Westside

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    BTW, I was listening to Hannity today, whilst I relaxed by my pool, worked on my summer glow and threw back several of the cold ones, lol. It appears that he has had a "come to Jesus moment." He is totally against any US troops in middle east lands fighting and dying for ppl who don't appreciate it or can not self-govern once tyranny is squelched. It took him a while, but he is there.
     
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    Limbaugh is drinking the Kool-aid, but Michael Savage is stone-cold awake regarding this false-flag event and even called it one on his radio program...a good fifteen minute clip that I highly recommend listening to if you have the time.

    Of course, like Thrashen said, neither Savage (who is one himself) nor any of the others he listed will ever bring up the JQ. What also perplexes me though, is that Saudi Arabia seems like a "no-go" zone for many so-called Conservatives as well. I don't quite get that. It's obvious and well-known (to anyone that doesn't have a steady diet of mainstream news) that they are one of, if not the primary, funders and supporters of ISIS. I'm guessing it's the oil, and that they have blackmail on our politicians and media-heads as well as billions of dollars worth of investments in businesses in the U.S. I think the Saudi's are almost as much a part of the "Deep State" as Israel is. Also, what is very odd to me is that there is no seeming animosity between Saudi Arabia and Israel at all. Maybe someone can shine some light on that.

    Anyway, that doesn't stop Ann Coulter from taking on the Saudi's today:
    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/851469860408250368
    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/851493689155141632

    She also took on Kuwait:
    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/851494028226904065

    And retweeted one on war criminal Kissinger:
    https://twitter.com/Ian56789/status/851560433320382464

    And one on Assad protecting Christians in Syria, allowing them to worship on "Palm Sunday" as they please:
    https://twitter.com/sahouraxo/status/851136499034857472

    And didn't she say something like "geez, how many Jews are there here...?" (in some context that I can't remember) while tweeting on one of the debates last year, ha!
     
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    Heretic, as with many unexplained problems, if you ask a wise man, what the problem is or who is to blame and that man crosses his arms whilst extending both of his index fingers.....follow the money, is the best course.
     
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    Heretic, you wrote: "What also perplexes me though, is that Saudi Arabia seems like a "no-go" zone for many so-called Conservatives as well."

    Saudi Arabia is off bounds. And how? Saudi Arabia is one of the world's leading oil suppliers and is OPEC's leading member. Saudi Arabia's kingship agreed in the early 1970s to exclusively trade in U.S. dollars. A system was set up. and the U.S. dollar became known as the petrodollar. The U.S. dollar became the world's reserve currency almost exclusively.

    There is much to this story, that I don't have time to write about here, but it is enough to know that Saudi Arabia cannot be touched, regardless of what they do, while this agreement is in place. Saudi Arabia keeps the show going on. The U.S. army will not attack one of their own will they? Not yet anyway.

    Having the world's reserve currency means an almost unlimited means to make war to enforce that status. Russia challenges this status the most, but other countries around the world now are moving away from the petrodollar.
     
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    What good is a multi billion dollar high wall across almost two thousand miles of desert and canyons and border cities going to do anyway? They are already adept at tunneling under the walls and they can get a high ladder too or blow holes in it. And that stuff about making Mexicans pay for it naturally infuriated even good Mexicans as it was an insult to them. You don't need that to guard a border. You can use machine gun nests and mine fields and helicopter gun ships and draconian laws so that invaders will be either shot or put into labor camps where they will be forced to work or else die, but you need willpower to do that. Even if you built a 2,000 mile long wall they could still come in on boats and planes and submarines.
     
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    Regarding Saudi Arabia. I've always read that "Sunni" Muslims are responsible for 99% of the terror attacks on the West and that "Shia" Muslims (like Bashar al-Assad) are far less prone to extremism and the funding/perpetrating of terror. In Saudi Arabia, many of the oil fields are allegedly controlled by the (relatively) more peaceful Shia Muslims...so perhaps that's another reason why the Zionist West leaves them alone?
     
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    I knew that was nonsense from the beginning. I did believe a lot of the other things he said and still do. I will wait and see before turning my back on Trump. Anyone who believed that wall crap was really full of it.
     
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    I think one of the problems is that Trump likes Generals and has filled his administration with them. I'm sure that Generals think every problem can be solved by war and they have been taught and selected to revel in it. Not only are there neocons everywhere but military chess players as well. It's a bad combination. Hopefully Trump can do one of his abrupt changes in direction like he did so many times during his campaign when he was close to going in the wrong direction. The anger of his base over this turn to a neocon direction must be obvious to many in the administration.
     
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    Trump said in an interview today that no US troops will be sent to Syria...



    Hopefully this bombing is his one and only Zionist/NeoCon action and he returns to America First and MAGA.
     
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    I too am not very familiar with the nuances and intricacies of those ululating Levantine camel-lovers. This blog post is one of the most succinct and helpful guides I've come across, although I can't vouch for the accuracy.

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    https://www.theburningplatform.com/2017/04/10/wonderland/

    The Salafi sect of Sunni is concentrated in Saudi Arabia and is indeed home to many of the most murderous and destructive outreaching imam recruiters.

    As for the motivation of war, it is perhaps over control of the oil pipelines into Europe. Russia would prefer a cut by way of their neighbors, whereas the 'noble merchants' nearby would prefer a puppet regime in Syria that is willing to barter for its power. The rest can be inferred. The whole article is worth reading.
     
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    Putin is implicating the US in a future false flag. Which means if there was such a plan, it is now thwarted. Also, it lets the world know the recent gas incident is considered a ploy, which I do without a doubt, but I'm not sure if the average Joe understands that.

     
  17. Thrashen

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    The difference between Sunni and Shia in one simple chart...

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    Note - like many here, I don't believe that 9/11 was done by Muslims. It could've been Mossad or a different kind of "inside job."
     
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    Looking at that chart, it leads one to think that maybe Iran isn't "the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world", which is another big lie the American public has been force-fed for decades. The biggest state sponsor of terrorism is Sunni Saudi Arabia, who is supposedly our "ally". Which ties into the whole weird, malevolent, duplicitous, deceitful Israel-Saudi-globalist Chabad Lubavitch axis of evil.
     
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    No doubt the Syrian gassing was a "false flag" to foment war. Either President Trump is making a serious "gamble" (to posture himself again the corpulent NK dictator), or he's indeed fallen prey to the nefarious NeoCON/globalist agenda. For all our sakes, I hope it's the former. I've no doubt that Amerika 2.0 will get its (collective) @$$ whipped by Russia & Red China.
     
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    Regarding China and Russia - they have very large armed forces but besides Russia's adventures into Syria and the Chechen stuff their army, navy and Air Force have been on the sideline and playing cat and mouse games with the west. China has not been in any larged armed conflict since Vietnam.

    America on the other hand has been in a constant state of war for the past 15 years and has a large base of veterans who are battle tested. I really do not want a war at all but in terms of experience, tatics and weapons the USA would probably very well equipped to handle both countries along with help from some allies.

    I hope I'm not coming across as some neocuck war hawk because that is not my intent. I don't get off on tomahawk missile strikes, I didn't run outside and brainlessly chant USA USA like so many other lemmings my age did when bid laden was supposedly captured and killed, I disagree with the Syria missile strikes, we should not be moving on North Korea. I just think the neocons, neoliberals and zionists see the military as their pawns to do their bidding and with what I mentioned above they think they have the upper hand.
     
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    Trump kneecaps Bannon

    Allies of Steve Bannon fear the White House chief strategist is about to be pushed out, following the posting last night of an ominous interview with Trump by Michael Goodwin, a New York Post columnist and someone the president has been comfortable with over many years.

    What it means:Axios' Jonathan Swan points out that if Bannon goes, there's no one of similar status in the White House who has the status to push the nationalist agenda to Trump – and more centrist figures are already ascendant (Jivanka, Gary Cohn). Without Bannon's voice, this becomes a much more conventional White House. It would be an acute normalizing of the staff, although no one can normalize Trump.

    • The brutal headline:"Trump won't definitively say he still backs Bannon."
    • What Trump said:"I like Steve, but you have to remember he was not involved in my campaign until very late ... I had already beaten all the senators and all the governors, and I didn't know Steve. I'm my own strategist and it wasn't like I was going to change strategies because I was facing crooked Hillary. ... Steve is a good guy, but I told them to straighten it out or I will."
    • The instant fallout:Swan hears Bannon allies inside and outside the White House were taken by surprise when Goodwin's column posted, and are distraught. Bannon allies are bitter about the role they believe economic adviser Gary Cohn has played in undercutting their guy to POTUS. In private conversations, they call him "Globalist Gary." In text messages, the shorthand is CTC (Carbon Tax Cohn) or one simple emoji:[​IMG].
    • What got Bannon in trouble:Axios AM is told that President Trump didn't like the stories about Bannon as the Svengali, or leaks against Jared and Ivanka, or planted stories that he blamed Bannon for. It was less than 10 weeks ago that Bannon appeared on the cover of TIME as "THE GREAT MANIPULATOR," with the inside story asking if he was "the Second Most Powerful Man in the World."
    • Bannon's mistake:He did little to build alliances and a personal retinue within the White House, while his rivals did the opposite. So he wound up isolated in "West Wing Survivor.'
    • The huge risk for Trump:The base (including Breitbart) remains very attached to Bannon, and would go crazy if he were axed. And does the president lose his psychic connection to the issue palette that helped put him in power?
    https://www.axios.com/trump-kneecaps-bannon-2357096450.html
     
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    That would really be a horrible thing if Bannon were to be pushed out. The nationalist, populist vision that Bannon brought to Trump's campaign resulted in the message that many of his voters identified with. People finally thought they had a leader that spoke for them and their interests instead of the Wall Street-Beltway-Corporatist cabal. If Bannon goes that means the neocons / globalists have taken a major step forward in co-opting Trump's presidency.
     
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