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Old 11-09-2016, 12:51 AM   #41
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NWO Completely ignore illegal immigration from Mexico
Trump Build wall and stop it

NWO Allow American companies to keep profits outside US and pay no corporation taxes in US
Trump Stop the practice

NWO Allow American companies to outsource manufacturing to China and other places
Trump Stop the practice

NWO Allow American companies to sack American workers and bring in Indian workers to replace them (H1B visas)
Trump Stop the practice

NWO Wanted UK to stay in EU
Trump backed Brexit

NWO Increase National Debt and trade deficit
Trump wind back both

NWO Allow as many Muslims as they can get away with into US and Europe
Trump temporary ban on Muslim immigration

NWO continue propaganda war against Russia
Trump try to talk on friendly terms with Putin

NWO back rebel groups in Syria and get rid of Assad
Trump Assad is better than whats happening now


Saying that Trump is part of NWO is like saying someone who wants to ban smoking altogether is backed by the Tobacco companies.
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Old 11-09-2016, 07:41 AM   #42
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Trump threatens to shoot Iranian ships in Persian Gulf
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Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the Pensacola Bay Center on September 9, 2016 in Pensacola, Florida. © AFP
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the Pensacola Bay Center on September 9, 2016 in Pensacola, Florida. © AFP
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has threatened that he would order the US Navy to open fire on Iranian boats, if they approach US warships in the Persian Gulf.

"And by the way, with Iran, when they circle our beautiful destroyers with their little boats, and they make gestures at our people that they shouldn’t be allowed to make, they will be shot out of the water,” Trump said on Friday.

The real estate mogul made the remarks at a speech in Florida, two days after the US military said that a speedboat operated by Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) came within 100 yards (91 meters) of an American warship that was patrolling in the central Persian Gulf.

The warship then had to change its course, according to the military, which described the interaction as “unsafe.”

The Islamic Republic has vowed that it would confront any vessel intruding into its territorial waters.


This US Navy photo shows the patrol craft USS Squall (PC 7) as it transits in the Persian Gulf on August 25, 2016. © AFP
In a similar incident in August, Pentagon officials said Iranian speedboats had “harassed” US warships in the Strait of Hormuz. They claimed that Iranian boats sped close to two US Navy destroyers with their weapons uncovered in the strait in an “unsafe and unprofessional” encounter.

Based on the United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), 1982, Iran has the right to “decisively confront” any menacing passage through the Strait of Hormuz, according to IRGC second-in-command, Brigadier General Hossein Salami.

Back in January, Iran's Navy arrested the crews of two US patrol boats that had trespassed into Iranian territorial waters. Iran, however, released them after deciding they had done so by mistake.

Trump, however, has taken an aggressive posture on Iran from the very beginning of his controversial campaign, repeatedly denouncing the Barack Obama administration for having negotiated “a bad deal” with Iran which he said would “lead to a nuclear holocaust.”

He also accused Obama of having been too "weak" on the world stage and vowed a more aggressive posture, including threatening more serious military action, leaving open the possibility of using nuclear weapons as president.

Earlier this week, he vowed to spend many billions of dollars on strengthening the US military in an effort to project American power and bolster the United States as the leader of the world.

"We're going to put us in a position of leadership of the world again so we can negotiate from a position of great, great strength. But more important than negotiating, we will be secure again," he said.

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ELECTION 2016
‘They Use and Abuse People’: Trump Policy Advisers Quit en Masse After Deadbeat Don Stiffs Payments
Most members of the group quit in August when it became clear that promised paychecks for their work wouldn’t be forthcoming.
By Brad Reed / Raw Story September 9, 2016
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It seems there are two secrets to Donald Trump’s success: Inherit a lot of money and don’t pay people who do work for you.

Over the years, Trump has become infamous for stiffing contractors out of money, and this week he was even sued by the USA Freedom Kids singers troupe after his campaign didn’t compensate them for their performances.

The Washington Post has a new report that shines a light on the collapse of a Trump campaign policy shop in Washington, D.C. that died off because — you guessed it — Trump’s campaign didn’t pay the advisers who worked there.

Three separate sources within the policy office tell the Post that most members of the group quit in August when it became clear that promised paychecks for their work wouldn’t be forthcoming. It seems that the policy team was promised compensation all the way back in April, but come summer they were told that they would have to accept working as volunteers.

“It’s a complete disaster,” one angry ex-Trump adviser told the Post. “They use and abuse people. The policy office fell apart in August when the promised checks weren’t delivered.”

“It was understood that we would be paid,” fumed another adviser. “The campaign never discussed how much the pay would be. It was never in writing. There were some people who were treating it as a full-time job. I suspect that those people were quite astonished when the pay didn’t come through.”

What makes this particularly amusing is that the policy group apparently worked overtime in the early part of August to help Trump prepare for policy questions in the upcoming presidential debates, only to then be told by the campaign that Trump “would not be receptive to that level of intense preparation.”

Check out the whole story at this link.

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Old 11-09-2016, 05:28 PM   #44
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"And by the way, with Iran, when they circle our beautiful destroyers with their little boats, and they make gestures at our people that they shouldn’t be allowed to make, they will be shot out of the water,” Trump said on Friday.
Trump continues to threaten war with Iran.

God forbid the Iranians patrol warships in the Persian Gulf, which is right on their border, in the world's most volatile region, while they're strategically surrounded by the most aggressive military presence ever known to man.

Imagine if Iranian warships were half way around the world off the coast of Texas in the Gulf of Mexico.

I assume Trump's response would be much more than to shoo them away with a few speed boats.
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Old 11-09-2016, 08:44 PM   #45
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Of course he is working for them.

The fact he is even running proves unequivocally that is the case, not to,mention his NY real estate means he simply has to be working for them, I think he is a Rockefeller pick, the Rothchilds Prefer the drugged up Hillary, then again she could 'win' it, then 'suddenly' die, leaving Obummer to carry on wth his hermaphrodite 'wife'.

The main hope is that maybe, just maybe the lower Elite are in the shit enough for him to at least initially be true to his non PC campaign, until the Chess board looks more favourable.
THE JESUIT CONTROLLED ROTHSCHILD DYNASTY

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2zc1r2

LINK


The Rothschild Dynasty - Controlled by The Jesuits

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoG5Z1heXFo

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Mayer Amschel Bauer was brought to power when the Jesuit order was banned
in more then 80 Countries (by a papal Bull from Pope Clement 14th) and were
unable to carry out their counter reformation against the Protestants , this
crumbled the temporal (Political) power of the Papacy..
Mayer Amschel Bauer became a Knight of Malta (which symbol is a Red Shield)
Red Shield = Rotes Schild in German. The Rothschilds have gotten their name
from the Jesuit Controlled Knights of Malta and became the
Guardians of The Vaticans Treasury.
Its since 1776 that Papal Jews were brought to places of power , to serve
the Jesuit Agenda's at the same time the people who would research it all
would end up blaming the Jews in general for everything , we can see this
happening all over the Internet these day's. That's why video's like this
one are very important to get rid of the lies and deceptions.


In 1773 "Infallible" Pope Clement the 14th banned the Jesuit Order by
a perpetual decree due to public outcries against the Jesuit ORDO AB CHAO
method of causing false flag terror, political unrest, assassinations, etc.
Anyone old enough to remember 9-11-01, should relate..same Order,
same supheric odor.The following Pope who succeeded the poisoned one,
signed a guarantee that the Jesuits would never be banned again.
Therefore the Jesuits have ruled the Vatican and over Protestant Seminaries since then

"the Jesuit Order it was banned and suppressed in 1773 by a Papal decree"
Now we all know why the Jesuits were being suppressed and banned in more then
80 countries and why the Bavarian Illuminati was created and why all these Pope
serving Jews (Like The SMOM Roth-Schilds (Red-Shields)) have risen to
places of power , we could say the answer to all these Papal Illuminati
Court Jews (hofjuden) is 1773 , they are ALL controlled by The Jesuits.

So that's how The Jesuit Order took over the Papacy
(Papal (Ptolemaic) Bloodlines - Council of 10) in 1814 by a Papal Bull !

And That's how we find so many Masonic labour zionist in places of
power.....as a front to hide the Jesuits until this very day!
Their appearance is of Priests but infact they are behind the
whole NWO agenda and worked on it for at least 500 years !

Make no mistake people, true history does not lie,
they are spreading many lies about this history accross the web,
to try and destroy the truth.

The British Crown is Jesuit Controlled since King George III,
They controlled The House of Stuart before that but were banned by The Protestants.

The Head of The Dragon:

The current Dictators of The world are Hans Peter Kolvenbach (still active)
and Adolpho Nicholas The New Jesuit Superior General since 2008 adviced
by The Papal Bloodlines The Council of 10 (The Arcane Arcanorum Rite of Atlantis),
Pope Benedict XVI was Jesuit trained many years before he became Pope
and he grew up in The Hitler Youth.


Do The Rothschilds Rule The World?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3Oan-RXTtQ

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A short video explaining how the Rothschild's are clearly not the ruling force of the NWO conspiracy. The Rothschild's over the years have been rendering their services in banking, finance and money management to various corporations and empires over the years. However evidence points to the fact that the Rothschild's are merely bankers for the Revived Roman Empire.

It's easy to see the Rothschild's are not at the top, and this is NOT a Jewish conspiracy with just a little common sense and some research:

The Rothschild's have been honored for their services to the British Empire and to the Vatican over the years, notable honors include:

-Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild, current head of the Rothschild dynasty - awarded Grand Cross of British Empire (GBE), Order of Merit, FBA

-Victor Rothschild, 3rd Baron Rothschild - GBE, George Medal, FRS, Venerable Knight of St. John

-Walter Rothschild, 2nd Baron Rothschild - FRS

-Nathan Rothschild, 1st Baron Rothschild - Grand Cross of Victorian Order (GCVO), Privy Counselor (PC)

-Evelyn Robert de Rothschild - Knight Bachelor of the British Empire

Rothschild's who have been Knighted by the Roman Empire include:

-Carl Mayer von Rothschild - Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George

-Amschel Mayer Rothschild - Sovereign Knight of the Order of St John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta (Knight of Malta), 1800.

The Rothschild's have been awarded these honors by the British Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II being the current head.

What can we therefore conclude when the Queen herself has a Vatican Knighthood? She is Sovereign of the Venerable Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, this is the "protestant" branch of the Knights of Malta. Essentially part of the "Mutually Recognized Orders of Saint John", of which the Sovereign Military Order of Malta reigns supreme.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allian...n_of_Jerusalem

Common sense tells us, if you are receiving a knighthood you are a subordinate of the person giving you the honor.


Therefore if the Queen is herself a Dame of the Sovereign Military of Malta, she is therefore subordinate to the Papacy, and as we have already established the Rothschild's are subservient to the British Monarch, so by law of rank and association, the Rothschild's are subservient to Rome.

It is clear the Rothschild's are nothing more than servants of the British Monarchy/Order of the Bath/Order of the Garter and Rome. As the Jewish encyclopedia states "guardians of the Vatican treasury"

All recipients of Knighthoods shown in the video can be cross checked and verified via: http://www.thepeerage.com/

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NWO Completely ignore illegal immigration from Mexico
Trump Build wall and stop it

NWO Allow American companies to keep profits outside US and pay no corporation taxes in US
Trump Stop the practice

NWO Allow American companies to outsource manufacturing to China and other places
Trump Stop the practice

NWO Allow American companies to sack American workers and bring in Indian workers to replace them (H1B visas)
Trump Stop the practice

NWO Wanted UK to stay in EU
Trump backed Brexit

NWO Increase National Debt and trade deficit
Trump wind back both

NWO Allow as many Muslims as they can get away with into US and Europe
Trump temporary ban on Muslim immigration

NWO continue propaganda war against Russia
Trump try to talk on friendly terms with Putin

NWO back rebel groups in Syria and get rid of Assad
Trump Assad is better than whats happening now


Saying that Trump is part of NWO is like saying someone who wants to ban smoking altogether is backed by the Tobacco companies.
NWO would never let an outsider get through the preselection, the primaries and grt to within 8 weeks of the big day with a lead in the polls. He has to have their backing on some level. That's how it works.
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NWO would never let an outsider get through the preselection, the primaries and grt to within 8 weeks of the big day with a lead in the polls. He has to have their backing on some level. That's how it works.
They blatantly fixed the Democratic nomination to put Hillary in, yet we are to believe they just couldn't stop Donald ? Has anybody seen the full list of NWO operatives who have publicly endorsed Trump ? It's quite astonishing that anybody would have all these facts and yet continue to believe in this pipe dream. It's downright pathetic.

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NWO would never let an outsider get through the preselection, the primaries and grt to within 8 weeks of the big day with a lead in the polls. He has to have their backing on some level. That's how it works.
They spent 100's of millions to try and stop him, the only way he got the nomination was because millions of people who had never voted in the Republican primaries before turned out to vote for him, he had rallies with 10,000 people turning up and some left outside because the venues were full, Jeb Bush spent 170 million on his campaign and had like a hundred people at his rallies. Hundreds of thousands of registered Democrats switched their registration to vote for Trump. He had a higher number of votes than any Republican candidate in history.

There is no way on earth they could have engineered that type of support, they didn't secretly go round bunging people a hundred dollars to turn up and vote for Trump, people turned out because they wanted to.

It's a similar thing to what happened in the UK Labour Party, there were three establishment candidates running and Corbyn who wasn't expected to win but hundreds of thousands signed up to the Party just to vote for him, he won and now they are trying everything they can to get rid of him.
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They spent 100's of millions to try and stop him, the only way he got the nomination was because millions of people who had never voted in the Republican primaries before turned out to vote for him, he had rallies with 10,000 people turning up and some left outside because the venues were full, Jeb Bush spent 170 million on his campaign and had like a hundred people at his rallies. Hundreds of thousands of registered Democrats switched their registration to vote for Trump. He had a higher number of votes than any Republican candidate in history.

There is no way on earth they could have engineered that type of support, they didn't secretly go round bunging people a hundred dollars to turn up and vote for Trump, people turned out because they wanted to.

It's a similar thing to what happened in the UK Labour Party, there were three establishment candidates running and Corbyn who wasn't expected to win but hundreds of thousands signed up to the Party just to vote for him, he won and now they are trying everything they can to get rid of him.
I have no doubt that millions of Americans love him and want him to be the President.
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ELECTION 2016
Trump’s Lie About the Iraq War Is Just an Excerpt of a Greater Deception
Trump's repeated deception about his position on Iraq tells a much bigger story about his farce of a campaign.
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After promising an election-shaking revelation about Barack Obama, rightwing property developer Donald Trump, pictured in 2011, disappointed Wednesday with nothing more than a warmed-up "birther" attack demanding the president release his college and pass

In the wake of the Commander-in-Chief forum on Wednesday night, Donald Trump is once again trying to double down on the lie that he opposed the Iraq War, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

As he did last month with his first major foreign policy speech, Trump pegged his claim to a 2004 Esquire interview. “I was an opponent of the Iraq war from the beginning – a major difference between me and my opponent,” Trump said before quoting at length from the Esquire interview.

In response, Esquire pushed back, noting first that “Trump’s big point throughout the speech and this entire campaign has been that he was always opposed to the war — even before it began,” then that “this claim has been debunked (over and over again), by multiple fact-checkers, magazines, and newspapers,” and finally that “Trump came out against the war in Esquire almost a year and a half after the invasion began, when the situation on the ground had begun to deteriorate and popular support for the war was sinking.”

When Trump cited the Esquire interview again in the forum, deputy editor John Hendrickson tweeted, “Because Donald Trump won’t stop lying, we’ve updated our 2004 story with an editor’s note,” which read:

“The following story was published in the August 2004 issue of Esquire. During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed to have been against the Iraq War from the beginning, and he has cited this story as proof. The Iraq War began in March 2003, more than a year before this story ran, thus nullifying Trump’s timeline.”

But invariably when Donald Trump lies there is more than one lie involved and it’s a mistake to just focus on one — especially since the balance-obsessed media will quickly assist him in excusing it, burying it and moving on. You have to recall the broader context in which his lies have been told because his lying is invariably a performance and can only be fully understood as such: The entire performance is a lie.

In the primaries, when Trump first rolled out his Iraq War lie, he was trying to position himself as the ultimate outsider, truth-teller and above all, anti-Bush candidate. So he didn’t just falsely posture as having always opposed the war but as having been a major force speaking out against it — one so important that the Bush Administration itself tried to silence him.

“I’ll give you 25 different stories” citing his opposition to the war, Trump falsely boasted during the September 2015 CNN debate, elbowing aside Rand Paul, who actually had been opposed to the war but could not get a word in edgewise. “In fact, a delegation was sent to my office to see me because I was so vocal about it,” Trump bragged. He elaborated further on Fox the next month. “I was visited by people from the White House asking me to sort of, could I be silenced because I seem to get a disproportionate amount of publicity,” he boasted.

At the time, The Washington Post gave Trump “Four Pinocchios” for his claim of a White House silencing effort, after talking to a dozen former top Bush advisers, including Karl Rove. As for the “25 stories” claim, Buzzfeed could find only two in 2003 with Trump comments on Iraq, neither vigorously opposing the war.

But facts be damned. Trump easily shoved aside Rand Paul, taking center stage as the No. 1 Iraq War critic. All sorts of folks have searched high and low for stories supporting Trump’s claims since. Yet, Trump himself has been able to come up with only a handful of stories when he expressed ideas all over the map, which he has cherry-picked his most negative comments from — but not anywhere close to his having generated “a disproportionate amount of publicity.”

The line he took back then was, in fact, the exact opposite of the line he’s taking now — when he’s claiming that he paid barely any attention to Iraq.

In the follow-up to the forum, in a campaign speech Thursday, Trump once again tried to make it seem like he’d been against the war from the beginning, quoting at some length once again from the Esquire article and falsely claiming repeatedly that it was “right at the beginning.”

But he also said about a Howard Stern interview, “It was the first time anybody had asked me about Iraq, and I said, “I don’t know.” In reality — as Buzzfeed first reported in February, Stern asked, “Are you for invading Iraq?” and Trump answered, “Yeah, I guess so,” adding, “I wish the first time it was done correctly.”

In his speech on Thursday, Trump also said, “Nobody cared too much about what I said, I was doing business” — quite a turnabout from his primary debate claim that White House people tried to silence him “because I seem to get a disproportionate amount of publicity.” Now Trump says, “I don’t even know why I was asked the question. I guess because I was asked the question.”

So, when Trump was shoving Rand Paul aside and running hard against Jeb Bush as leader of the GOP establishment that he alone could topple, Trump portrayed himself as such a prominent critic that the White House administration of Bush’s brother tried to silence him. But now that he’s running against Hillary Clinton, eh, not so much. He was just zis guy, you know?

There’s a crucial lesson here: It’s important to not focus exclusively on the specific lies that Trump is telling in the moment, without also taking note of the broader lies he’s telling about himself in how he’s presenting himself. The fact that Trump continues to lie repeatedly about opposing the Iraq War, despite repeated debunking, exemplifies his trait of being a pathological liar. But the fact that he’s completely reversed his positioning speaks to his more fundamental nature as a bullshitter. In “On Bullshit,” Harry Frankfurt warns that “bullshit is a greater enemy of the truth than lies are,” and explained:

“The bullshitter may not deceive us, or even intend to do so, either about the facts or about what he takes the facts to be. What he does necessarily attempt to deceive us about is his enterprise. His only indispensably distinctive characteristic is that in a certain way he misrepresents what he is up to.”

And that is precisely what Donald Trump is up to: deceiving us. The precise nature of the deception may change dramatically — as it has in this case: from powerful, outspoken White House opponent to the businessman whom no one paid any attention to. But there’s always an angle, always a purpose, always a deception, always a con.

Ask not, “What’s Trump lying about now?” Ask, “Why is Trump telling this set of lies now? What is he really up to?”

Paul Rosenberg is a California-based writer/activist, senior editor for Random Lengths News, and a columnist for Al Jazeera English. Follow him on Twitter at @PaulHRosenberg.

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Alfredo, you are reading too much left wing propaganda.

Interview from 2003

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PJr2R28pas
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Interview from 2002

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77P6fxa2KOs


Are you for invading Iraq?

"Yeah, I guess. I wish the first time it was done correctly"

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Alfredo, you are reading too much left wing propaganda.
Bendoon, perhaps the problem is you are reading too much right wing propaganda.
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Here's a couple more:

Interview from 2003

http://www.factcheck.org/2016/02/don...-the-iraq-war/

"Whatever happened to the days of Douglas MacArthur? He would go and attack. He wouldn’t talk."

Regarding Bush: "He’s under a lot of pressure. I think he's doing a very good job."

In the same interview, after questioning why Bush is hesitating to go in, "anti-globalist" Trump suggests perhaps Bush is doing the right thing & "SHOULD be waiting for the United Nations".


Interview from 2003, day after the invasion

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjdPE4nkvpo

"It looks like a tremendous success from a military standpoint and I think this is really nothing compared to what you’re gonna see after the war is over.. I think Wall Street’s just gonna go up like a rocket."



That last one made me laugh.

Truth is he didn't come out strongly against the war until the largest anti-war protests in history were happening all around the world, and all of his fellow globalist liberal democrats were jumping on the bandwagon with him.
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Trump Campaign Sides With Netanyahu: Palestinians Seek 'Ethnic Cleansing' of Jews
Trump’s adviser on U.S.-Israel relations tells Haaretz that Palestinians want 'their so-called state' to be, 'as the Nazis said, Judenrein' or devoid of Jews.

Allison Kaplan Sommer Sep 11, 2016 9:47 PM Updated: 9:48 AM
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L: Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event. R: A screengrab of a video posted by Benjamin Netanyahu on his Facebook page. AFP / Facebook screenshot
Netanyahu's 'ethnic cleansing' video pushes Obama closer to UN Security Council
Opinion Yes, Netanyahu, let's talk about ethnic cleansing
Opinion Palestinians, not Israeli settlers, are victims of ethnic cleansing
Donald Trump’s adviser on U.S.-Israeli relations told Haaretz Sunday that the Obama administration “should be ashamed of their misguided reaction” to remarks by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In a Facebook video published over the weekend, Netanyahu said that support for the removal of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, as part of a two-state peace deal with the Palestinian Authority, was the equivalent of advocating for the “ethnic cleansing” of Jews. 
“Prime Minister Netanyahu makes exactly the right point. The Palestinians want Israel to absorb countless 'refugees' - people who never lived in Israel and whose ancestors were never forced to leave Israel - while their so-called 'state' is required to be, as the Nazis said, Judenrein (devoid of Jews).

David Friedman, left, with Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump in 2010.Bradley C. Bower / Bloomberg
It is an entirely racist and anti-Semitic position,” David Friedman, the Trump adviser, related in an email exchange. Contrary to Friedman's assertion, many of the 700,000 Palestinian refugees in the 1947-1949 War of Independence were forcibly expelled by the Israeli army.
“Arabs live and work side by side with Israelis in the State of Israel. They attend universities, enjoy the strongest human and civil rights (including women's rights) in the region, and have access to world class health care. There is no better place for Arabs to live in the Middle East than in the State of Israel. With this background in mind, the Prime Minister of Israel correctly observes that the Palestinian demand to remove all Jews from their ancestral homeland in Judea and Samaria is nothing short of an attempt at ethnic cleansing. The State Department should be ashamed of their misguided reaction to Mr. Netanyahu's remarks,” Friedman said.
“The United States frequently refers to the ‘two state solution’ as two states for two peoples. The Palestinian response - which the US State Department refuses to challenge - is ‘one state for two peoples (Israel) and a second state just for Palestinian Arabs.’ It is no wonder that the State Department under Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have lost credibility in the region.”
skip - Netanyahu says Palestinian leaders want future state to be ethnically cleansed of Jews.

A video Netanyahu released in which he says Palestinian leaders want their future state to be ethnically cleansed of Jews.
The Obama administration responded angrily on Friday to the video posted on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Facebook page in which he indicated that those advocating for the uprooting of Israeli West Bank settlements as part of two-state peace deal were calling for the “ethnic cleansing” of Jews. 
“Israel's diversity shows its openness and readiness for peace” Netanyahu said in the video. “Yet the Palestinian leadership actually demands a Palestinian state with one pre-condition: No Jews. There's a phrase for that: It's called ethnic cleansing. And this demand is outrageous. It's even more outrageous that the world doesn't find this outrageous.”
State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau reacted to the video in a press conference, saying that “using that type of terminology is inappropriate and unhelpful.”
Trudeau added that the Obama administration, as well as all previous American administrations and the entire international community, believe that the continued building of settlements is an obstacle to peace.
Echoing Friedman, Marc Zell, co-chair of Republicans Overseas’ Israel chapter promised that the absence of such “interference” in Israel’s relationship with the Palestinians “will be a major change under a Trump administration.” 
“The Prime Minister’s statement was entirely appropriate and his reference to ethnic cleansing is not out of order in any respect,” said Zell, a resident of the Gush Etzion settlement of Tekoa, who also serves as vice president of the international organization Republicans Overseas.
Zell said that the Trump campaign, in keeping with the Republican party platform which Zell helped shape at the party’s convention in July, would never take such a position. 
“Our candidate, Donald Trump, has stated on more than one occasion that when it comes to building in the Land of Israel - whether it is homes, businesses or schools - that is a decision for the Israeli people alone and it is not something the U.S. government needs to interfere in,”
Zell told Haaretz. “Trump believes it is for the Israelis and Palestinians to work out among themselves, and that it’s not appropriate for the United States to weigh in on the dispute in a manner that clearly favors one side - the Palestinian side.”
Zell and the local Trump team in Israel unveiled a makeshift traveling office in the West Bank last week, touting it as the first campaign office for a U.S. presidential candidate ever opened over the “Green Line” – a reference to Israel’s internationally recognized borders. They plan to move the new West Bank office to various settlements over the course of the campaign. 
There are also Israeli Trump campaign offices in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Modi’in devoted to registering American citizens in Israel to vote and convincing them to vote for Trump and the Republican ticket.
Sources close to the Israeli campaign told Haaretz that “hundreds of thousands of dollars” had been invested in encouraging and assisting American supporters of the Republican Party living in Israel to vote.
The efforts in Israel, spearheaded by Republicans Overseas, are not directly funded by or directly affiliated with either the Republican Party or the Trump campaign. They do, however, coordinate closely with both in order to remain, according to Zell, “on the same page.” 

Allison Kaplan Sommer
Haaretz Correspondent
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Donald Trump: We Need More Stop-and-Frisk
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In his main stage speech at the Republican National Convention in July, Rudy Giuliani, a former New York City mayor and current advisor to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, predicted, “What I did for New York, Donald Trump Will do for America.” That does seem to accurately state Trump’s intention, at least as far as expanding Giuliani’s stop-and-frisk police activity across the country is concerned.

On Friday, NBC10 reporter Lauren Mayk asked Trump what police in Philadelphia “are not doing that they could be doing” for dealing with “gun violence,” Trump’s response included asserting that “stop-and-frisk,” which Trump credits to Giuliani, “is a very positive thing.” This is not just some one-off statement by Trump regarding stop-and-frisk. In July of 2013, Trump posted the following message on Twitter:
Stop and frisk works. Instead of criticizing @NY_POLICE Chief Ray Kelly, New Yorkers should be thanking him for keeping NY safe.
Adhyl Polanco, a New York City police whistle-blower, has provided a disturbing picture of the stop-and-frisk quota system employed by the New York City Police Department. Polanco explained in a 2013 Democracy Now interview that 600,000 of the around 700,000 police-initiated stop-and-frisk incidents the previous year would not have occurred but for improper encouragement by the city government, police department, and police union. The quota system, he says, even would result, near the end of a work shift, in some police just arresting “whoever's at the corner.”

Trump’s statement in July that he would reinstate “in a heartbeat” the full flow of military weapons from the United States government to state and local police that President Barack Obama had limited fits right in with Trump’s promotion of stop-and-frisk. Together the two positions provide a window on how Trump would deal with police powers as president. In a nutshell, Trump favors expanding police power in America. As Trump told host Bill O’Reilly in a Fox News interview this month, Trump’s solution to the crime problem in Chicago is for cops in that city to be “very much tougher” than they are now.

Trump’s desire to expand police power extends beyond state and local cops to US government’s cops as well. In a Wednesday speech in Phoenix, Arizona, Trump declared his intention to “triple the number of [Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)] deportation officers” and “hire 5,000 more Border Patrol agents,” a nearly one-third increase. Some people may object that all these new cops will be focused on countering illegal immigration, but, as Robert Wenzel cautions in a Target Liberty article regarding Trump’s Arizona speech, “It is really difficult to believe that a person who is so willing to expand the Federal police state in one sector is going to be more cautious in other areas.”

Also, remember that police patrolling the borders or enforcing immigration laws across America can surveil, harass, detain, search, injure, and even kill illegal immigrants and American citizens alike. With a president who cheers the New York City model of stop-and-frisk, who wants to remove limits on providing US military equipment to police, and who calls for police to be “very much tougher,” there is little reason to expect that his administration will place a high priority on restraining the liberty-endangering actions US government police may take.

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Bendoon, perhaps the problem is you are reading too much right wing propaganda.
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http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives...top-and-frisk/
Donald Trump: We Need More Stop-and-Frisk
written by adam dick
monday september 5, 2016
undefined

In his main stage speech at the Republican National Convention in July, Rudy Giuliani, a former New York City mayor and current advisor to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, predicted, “What I did for New York, Donald Trump Will do for America.” That does seem to accurately state Trump’s intention, at least as far as expanding Giuliani’s stop-and-frisk police activity across the country is concerned.

On Friday, NBC10 reporter Lauren Mayk asked Trump what police in Philadelphia “are not doing that they could be doing” for dealing with “gun violence,” Trump’s response included asserting that “stop-and-frisk,” which Trump credits to Giuliani, “is a very positive thing.” This is not just some one-off statement by Trump regarding stop-and-frisk. In July of 2013, Trump posted the following message on Twitter:
Stop and frisk works. Instead of criticizing @NY_POLICE Chief Ray Kelly, New Yorkers should be thanking him for keeping NY safe.
Adhyl Polanco, a New York City police whistle-blower, has provided a disturbing picture of the stop-and-frisk quota system employed by the New York City Police Department. Polanco explained in a 2013 Democracy Now interview that 600,000 of the around 700,000 police-initiated stop-and-frisk incidents the previous year would not have occurred but for improper encouragement by the city government, police department, and police union. The quota system, he says, even would result, near the end of a work shift, in some police just arresting “whoever's at the corner.”

Trump’s statement in July that he would reinstate “in a heartbeat” the full flow of military weapons from the United States government to state and local police that President Barack Obama had limited fits right in with Trump’s promotion of stop-and-frisk. Together the two positions provide a window on how Trump would deal with police powers as president. In a nutshell, Trump favors expanding police power in America. As Trump told host Bill O’Reilly in a Fox News interview this month, Trump’s solution to the crime problem in Chicago is for cops in that city to be “very much tougher” than they are now.

Trump’s desire to expand police power extends beyond state and local cops to US government’s cops as well. In a Wednesday speech in Phoenix, Arizona, Trump declared his intention to “triple the number of [Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)] deportation officers” and “hire 5,000 more Border Patrol agents,” a nearly one-third increase. Some people may object that all these new cops will be focused on countering illegal immigration, but, as Robert Wenzel cautions in a Target Liberty article regarding Trump’s Arizona speech, “It is really difficult to believe that a person who is so willing to expand the Federal police state in one sector is going to be more cautious in other areas.”

Also, remember that police patrolling the borders or enforcing immigration laws across America can surveil, harass, detain, search, injure, and even kill illegal immigrants and American citizens alike. With a president who cheers the New York City model of stop-and-frisk, who wants to remove limits on providing US military equipment to police, and who calls for police to be “very much tougher,” there is little reason to expect that his administration will place a high priority on restraining the liberty-endangering actions US government police may take.

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NWO Completely ignore illegal immigration from Mexico
Trump Build wall and stop it

So what ? NWO back both sides of this issue. They have limited immigration in the past, they are currently deporting people.

NWO Allow American companies to keep profits outside US and pay no corporation taxes in US
Trump Stop the practice

Trump wants to lower corporate taxes. Many American companies in the US already pay no corporate taxes.

NWO Allow American companies to outsource manufacturing to China and other places
Trump Stop the practice

Trump already outsourced his own Trump brand of clothing to China. He is a liar.

NWO Allow American companies to sack American workers and bring in Indian workers to replace them (H1B visas)
Trump Stop the practice

Trump did the same. He used Polish illegals to help in his construction. His companies have also attempted to bring in over 1000 foreign workers since 2000. Again he is a liar and a hypocrite and you believe him simply because of his racist rhetoric.

NWO Wanted UK to stay in EU
Trump backed Brexit

NWO backed both sides. Great Trump chose one of them.


NWO Increase National Debt and trade deficit
Trump wind back both

Trump will likely increase military spending, also his anti immigrant enforcement and wall builiding will also add to the debt. The only thing he will cut will be things that actually help people

NWO Allow as many Muslims as they can get away with into US and Europe
Trump temporary ban on Muslim immigration

NWO dont care one way or another.


NWO continue propaganda war against Russia
Trump try to talk on friendly terms with Putin.

Trump has hired a bunch of neocons who view Russia as an enemy. His lapdog General T Flynn described Russia as part of an evil group of nations who hate the US and Israel.

NWO back rebel groups in Syria and get rid of Assad
Trump Assad is better than whats happening now

Trump supports "safe zones" which are defacto No fly zones. That is conflict with Syria no matter how you spin it. Besides he was for war with Saddam and for war with Gaddafi, so his words are meaningless. He has no credibility. He also has way too many Zionists and Neocons in his camp to believe he views Assad in a positive way. Youd have to be stupid to believe that.


Saying that Trump is part of NWO is like saying someone who wants to ban smoking altogether is backed by the Tobacco companies.

Not at all. If you think Trump is anti-NWO you're either not very bright or youve got serious alterior motives.


I think you are making a big mistake as to what the NWO actually is, what they actually want, and what they actually promote.

Most of those issues you've raised above the NWO could care less one way or the other. These are just minor issues to divide the public. They are left/right issues.

The NWO can support one thing one day and be against it the next, they are very flexible. There is little that they remain constant on.

I would say the only thing that is a constant with the NWO is their global system of capitalism which allows them to control the worlds resources, probably banking as well, and the military which is how they enforce their economic and banking control over the world. Everything else is secondary or even unimportant.

Trump is doing NOTHING, to stop global capitalism, global banking, or the MIC.

Immigration and "Brexit" are smaller issues that the elites have players backing both sides of those issues. Immigration or no Immigration will not stop the NWO, it makes NO DIFFERENCE.

So keep arguing about silly secondary wedge issues that THEY WANT YOU TO ARGUE ABOUT.

No wonder you think Trump is a saint on a white horse.
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TRUMP HAS PICKED ED FEULNER ON HIS TRANSITION TEAM.

FEULNER IS FORMER DIRECTOR OF THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION AS WELL AS THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY.



Trump Picks War on Terror Advocate Ed Feulner for Transition Team
Thursday, August 25, 2016 5:20


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Ed Feulner


On the surface, there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of a problem with Donald Trump selecting Ed Feulner as somebody to include in his transition team headed up by Chris Christie.

Feulner is the former president of the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank, an organization he founded with Paul Weyrich and Joseph Coors. Heritage was influential during the Reagan administration and specialized in cranking out white papers for Congress.

However, during the reign of Bush and the neocons, Feulner became an avid supporter of the invasion of Iraq and the manufactured war on terror.

Despite the fact Saddam Hussein was secular and opposed to radical jihadists, Feulner described the invasion as “one theater of the greater war against Islamic terrorism, just as Europe in 1944 was simply a theater of World War II.”


CIA Director George J. Tenet concluded Iraq posed no threat to the United States and so did Bush’s Secretary of State, Colin Powell, and his national security adviser Condoleezza Rice.

But like the neocons Feulner pushed on, citing the thoroughly debunked claim Saddam was in cahoots with a-Qaeda. In 2004 he wrote, “whether or not [Saddam Hussein] was formally allied with al-Qaida, there can be no doubt that Mr. Hussein was a staunch terrorist supporter.”

And yet according to Trump Saddam Hussein was an opponent of terrorism. “He killed terrorists. He did that so good,” Trump said during a campaign stop in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Feulner misjudged the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. “Soon, American troops will pull out of both [Iraq and Afghanistan], leaving freedom and democracy where before there was only tyranny,” he declared in his Baltimore Sun op-ed.

He is also a supporter of torture. After Osama bin Laden’s supposed death at the hands of the US military in Pakistan, Feulner praised “the strategic and lawful interrogation of detainees” at Guantanamo Bay.

Bush declared an amorphous war on terror but decided to suspend the rules. His neocons insisted the detainees at Gitmo were “unlawful combatants” and thus not subject to international law on the treatment of prisoners of war.

So what were they, then? Civilians?

If so, they were covered under the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949.

Not a problem. On March 11, 2003, the US Appeals Court for the District of Columbia decided in Al Odah and Others that detaining indefinitely and torturing prisoners wasn’t a problem because it was not happening in the United States but Cuba.

It was a Cuban matter, never mind Cuba has repeatedly said the US is violating its national sovereignty and will it please get the hell off its island.

But I digress.

The fact Trump has invited a war on terror advocate to work with his team is not a good sign. He has other neocons working with him as well, including Joe Schmidt and Walid Phares.

If you think President Trump will put an end to the war on terror and bring home the troops illegally occupying Iraq and Afghanistan—and also working to take down Syria—you might want to consider a reappraisal.

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I think it's important to note that the author of the above article exposing Trump is none other than Kurt Nimmo.

Nimmo is a long time former employee at Infowars and a long time associate of Alex Jones.

If you go to his LinkedIn website he says that he has ended his relationship with Alex Jones and Infowars since August 1 2016.

It seems that even those working with Alex Jones know that he is a fraud, and apparently cannot stand to work for him anymore.

The guy is a 100% elitist shill.
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