Why do they hate Donald Trump? Why has the Establishment pulled out all the stops in an effort to smear him, stop him, and crush him underfoot?
Everywhere you go, everything you do, and every which way you look, we’re getting swindled, cheated, conned, robbed, raided, pickpocketed, mugged, deceived, defrauded, double-crossed and fleeced by governmental and corporate shareholders of the American police state out to make a profit at taxpayer expense. "The Founding Fathers never intended a nation where citizens would pay nearly half of everything they earn to the government.”
Trump may have been on to something. According to Reuters, for the first time in 25 years, the U.S. Air Force deployed B-52 bombers to Qatar on Saturday to join the fight against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. This is the first time the B-52 has been based in the Middle East since the end of the Gulf War in 1991. And, since the B-52's core competency is bombing, usually with the "carpet" adverb before it, one may wonder if it wasn't Trump's suggestion to unleash hell on ISIS that prompted the US military to make this move.
If these women and children knew what was possibly awaiting them in Turkey, they would never set foot in the country.
Whether it’s a question of saving our lives from a dreaded disease, or saving our wealth and freedom, the outcome will likely be better if we behave as Homo sapiens, rather than Homo Struthio.
The changes afoot today are causing a shift of wealth the magnitude of which promises to be one of the largest in human history.
YOU WON'T HEAR THESE FACTS FROM THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA.
Lars Schall explores the time-honored tradition of following the money in an attempt to discover answers to yet unresolved questions regarding the terrorist attacks of 9/11 in New York City. Mr. Schall is an independent investigative journalist that has produced many hard-hitting pieces regarding Central Bankers' manipulation of gold prices, and the failure of the US Central Bank (The Federal Reserve) to return all of Germany's gold reserves in the past.
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, who served as chief of staff to former secretary of state, Colin Powell, has grown tired of "the corporate interests that we go abroad to slay monsters for." Today’s war machine "is more pernicious than Eisenhower ever thought it would be," Wilkerson laments “we’ve privatized the ultimate public function: war.”
In this “election” season, many remain shocked that a leading candidate for the presidency is a demagogue with a visible authoritarian side and what looks like an autocratic bent. All such labels are pinned on Donald Trump, but the new American system that’s been emerging from its chrysalis in these years already has just those tendencies. So don’t blame it all on Donald Trump. He should be far less of a shock to this country than he continues to be. After all, a Trumpian world-in-formation has paved the way for him.
"When you destroy trust between nuclear powers you recreate the possibility of nuclear war, either by intent, or miscalculation. So this is a reckless and irresponsible act on the part of Washington... The information war that is going on now is to prepare the American population and NATO countries allies for military conflict with Russia. This is part of the preparation of that."
When ISIS bombmakers want to get the biggest "bang" for their proverbial buck, they turn to a familiar compound nicknamed "The Mother Of Satan."
Even If You Want All Muslims to Wipe Each Other Out, Recognizing How to Destroy ISIS' Recruitment Propaganda Is In Our Best Interests
Russia’s decision to greatly reduce its military presence in Syria, coming as it did with little warning, has left the world struggling for explanations. Russia is to maintain a military presence at its naval base in Tartous and at the Khmeymim airbase. In fact Russia is “withdrawing without withdrawing”. By re-establishing the Assad government in Syria, and permanently placing its forces at Syrian bases, the Russian’s have placed an impenetrable obstacle to the development of the Qatar gas pipeline.
"No modern welfare state has had an inflow of refugees per capita that’s equivalent to Sweden’s...We’ve gone past the breaking point... people may start wondering whether it's worth paying taxes."