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Trump Vs. Hillary Summarized
Paul Craig Roberts,
The US presidential election this November will tell whether a majority of the US population is irredeemably stupid. If voters elect Hillary, we will know that Americans are stupid beyond redemption.

We don’t know much about Trump, and anti-Trump propaganda rules in the place of facts.

But we know many facts about Hillary. We know about her violation of classification laws and the refusal of the Democratic administration to do anything about it. The Democrats prefer to control the White House than to enforce the law, another nail in the coffin in which the rule of law in the US lies.

We know from their words and deeds and material success that the Clintons are agents for Wall Street, the Big Banks, the military/security complex, Israel, agribusiness, and the extractive industries. Their large personal fortune, approximately $120 million, and the $1.6 billion in their foundation, much of which came from abroad in exchange for political favors, attests to the unchallengable fact that the Clintons are agents for the oligarchy that rules America, indeed, that rules the American Empire from Australia and Japan, through North America and Western and Eastern Europe to the Russian border.

We know that Hillary, like Bill, is a liar.

We know that Hillary is a warmonger.

We know that Hillary made the most irresponsible statement ever uttered by a presidential candidate when she declared the President of Russia to be the “new Hitler,” thereby raising tensions between the nuclear powers to a higher level than existed during the Cold War.

We know that Hillary is allied with the neoconservatives and that her belief in the neocons’ ideology of US world hegemony is likely to result in war with Russia and China.

All we know about Trump is that the oligarchs, who sent America’s jobs overseas, who flooded the country with difficult-to-assimilate immigrants, who destroyed public education, who bailed out Wall Street and the “banks too big to fail,” who sacrificed American homeowners and retirees living on a fixed income, who intend to privatize both Social Security and Medicare, who have given the public killer cops, relentless violations of privacy, the largest prison population in the world, and destroyed the US Constitution in order to increase executive power over the American people, are violently opposed to Trump. This opposition should tell us that Trump is the person we want in the Oval Office.

Some claim that it is all a charade and that Trump is playing a role in order to elect Hillary. American politics are so corrupt that anything is possible. However the ruling elites and their puppets seem to be genuinely concerned about Trump’s challenge to their control, and they have united against Trump. They have used their money to buy up “progressive” websites paid to bring the print and TV anti-Trump propaganda onto the Internet, thus joining the Internet presstitutes with the print, TV, and NPR whores who are working overtime to demonize Trump and to elect Hillary.

The entire power structure of our country is behind Hillary. Both Democratic and Republican political establishments and both ideologies, neoliberals and neoconservatives, are united behind Hillary.

How much more evidence do Americans need in order to know that a vote for Hillary is a vote for their own emasculation?

Apparently, Americans remain captives of their insouciance. According to news reports, a majority of voters still haven’t a clue about the consequences of voting for Hillary. Polls report that Hillary is well in the lead. Are these real polls or just another presstitute lie to discourage Trump supporters? Why vote when they have already lost?

The propaganda assault against Trump, vicious as it was, did not succeed during the Republican primary. Despite the media condemnation of Trump, he swept the other Republican candidates aside effortlessly.

The current media demonization of Trump might fail as well. Indeed, it is so transparent that it could elect him.

All that is required is for enough Americans to awake from their insouciance to recognize that it is the enemies of their own lives, their own living standards, and their own liberty who are violently opposed to Trump.

If Americans cannot reach this realization, they have no future, and neither does the planet Earth.

The ruling oligarchy hates Trump because he disavows war with Russia, questions the purpose of NATO, opposes the offshoring of Americans’ jobs, and opposes the uncontrolled immigration that is transforming the United States into a multi-cultural entity devoid of unity. The oligarchs are replacing the United States with a Tower of Babel. Oligarchic power grows exponentially among the disunity of diversity.

In other words, Trump is for America and for Americans.

This is why the oligarchs and their whores hate Trump.

The imbecillic Americans who vote for Hillary are voting for war and their own immiseration.

Possibly, a vote for Trump is the same. However, in the case of Trump we do not know that. In the case of Hillary we most certainly do know it.

Of course, it could matter not how Americans vote. Those who program the electronic voting machines will determine the vote, and as the establishments of both political parties totally oppose Trump, the programmed machines can elect Hillary. We know this from our electoral history. The US has already experienced elections in which exit polls show a winning candidate different from the candidate selected by the electronic machines that have no paper trail and no way of affirming the vote.

If Hillary gets into the Oval Office, nuclear war is likely before her first term is over. A vote for Hillary is a vote for nuclear war.

If you look at the forthcoming election realistically, you have no alternative but to conclude that the entirety of the presstitute media and American Establishment prefers the risk of nuclear war to the risk of losing control of the government to the voters.

That Americans permitted the rise of unaccountable power tells us all we need to know about the dereliction of duty of which United States citizens are guilty. The American people failed democracy, which requires accountable government. The American government has proven that it is not accountable to the US Constitution, to US statutory law, to international law, or to voters.

If the result of Americans’ dereliction of duty is nuclear war, the American people will be responsible for the death of planet Earth. One would hope that with responsibility this great on their shoulders, the American people will reject the unequivocal war candidate and take their chances on holding Trump accountable to his words.
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What will happen on day 2 of the Trump administration?

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Trump blatantly launders campaign money.
Donald Trump used tens of thousands of campaign doners money to buy his own books at full retail price. This boosted his book sales and stuffed the money his doners in good faith thought would go toward his campaign into his pockets. Trump may be a crook but he is no fool.... his doners, not so much.
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How many here are true believers in Trump?
Looking at many many different polling organizations it looks as if Clinton has if not an absolute landslide at least a comfortable win in electoral votes. Reading here many of you seem to think Trump will win big. My question to you is do you honestly think Trump will win and what are your further political plans when he looses? Do you think Trump has harmed the republican party?
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Question for you all. Are we a Christian Constitutional Republic or a Democracy?
Here are some facts. So let them speak to whether we have a Christian Constitutional Republic, or a Democracy.

A republic: a state in which the exercise of the sovereign power is lodged in representatives elected by the people.
Rule of law.
A democracy: a form of government, in which the supreme power is lodged in the hands of the people collectively. Rule of majority.

Start with the United States Constitution article 4 Sec 4.
The United States Shall guarantee to every state in this union, a republican form of government.

Thomas Jefferson, who penned so much of our national identity, had an opinion about democracy. “Democracy he said, is nothing more than mob rule.

Alexander Hamilton, who vigorously endorsed the U.S.
Constitution prior to it’s ratification said, €œ We are a republic. Real liberty is never found in despotism or in the extremes of democracy

James Madison, hailed as Father of the Constitution, stated unequivocally, €œ Democracy is the most vile form of government. Democracies have always been spectacles of turbulence and contention; and have been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property;€œ

Benjamin Rush, signer of the Declaration of Independence, put it succinctly. €œ A simple democracy is the devil'€™s own government.€

These men, among many others one could quote, knew the enemy and called it out. How is it they were so clear on something we see so vaguely in our day?
This is why, they knew liberty under rule of law, which was their stated goal, could not be founded on a democracy, which is rule by majority, because 51 % of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%.
( Thomas Jefferson ).

They further knew the foundations for liberty were in the
citizen, self governed by morality, which is where the Bible comes in.

Our founding fathers. even the deists knew, that where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. And they built our form of government with the timbers of scripture,
Enshrining them in monuments to be remembered through the generations. Our nation’s capitol city is replete with these reminders, including:

Moses holding the 10 Commandments in the Supreme Court building, with the Holy Decalogue engraved throughout the chamber.

All 8 of the Capitol building rotunda paintings depict a Christian history.
The plaque above the Senate main door states:€œ ( In God We Trust )

The National Monument, among many others, states plainly that the basis of our country, in form and principle, was undeniably Christian.

There is not a Greek god or philosopher among them.

If Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson had had it there way, our U.S. Seal would have depicted Moses leaving
Egypt for the promised land, and even the progenitor of Christendom. Anglo-Saxon law would have graced our seal. The Republican form of government is what Moses established ( Deuteronomy l ) over the Hebrew people, and
is what our Constitution established for us as a representative form of bottom-up government. It keeps the national government small with few and enumerated power’s. Read your country’s Constitution-its all in there!
But what we were given looks nothing like what we’re living now, because we’ve forgotten who we are, and why it'€™s so important.

Our founding fathers explain more thoroughly as to there intentions of creating America as they did.
We profess to be republicans, and yet we neglect the only means of establishing and perpetuating our republican forms of government: that is, the universal education
of our youth in the principles of Christianity by means of the Bible.
For this divine book, above all others; favors that equality among man-kind, that respect for just laws, and all those sober and frugal virtues which constitute the soul of republicans. ( Benjamin Rush )

No truth is more evident to my mind that that of the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people.
Christian religion in its purity is the basis or rather the source of all genuine freedom in government. I am persuaded that no evil government of a republican form can exist and be durable, in which the principles of that religion have not a controlling influence. ( Noah Webster )

I encourage all to research U.S.A. history from the original sources, not modern publications that seek to rip us from our historical moorings by evolutionary politics. Get a pocket Constitution and read it. Its your binding contract with the federal government. Read the original documents and become an informed citizen,

The blessings of liberty are for all, .... every citizen .... but
their foundations must be established upon the immutable truths that our founding fathers understood.

And to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.


PS: Some of this writing is mine, most of it is not. Either way, I hope the truth of this writing will ring clear to all

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More Hillary health questions
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Why 2016 is the year of the angry white male

This commentary is entirely one sided, which means that it may start to balance out the commentaries from the progressives (which are usually labeled "NEWS")
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Black Lives Matter Is Not The Enemy! The Cops Are Not Soldiers!
I have to agree! There is no War against police therefore Police aren't soldiers in a occupied territory. I don't care what Anti-Civil Rights Pundits bloviate.
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Most voters agree with Trump
A recent national poll shows that:

More U.S. voters than ever have expressed concern about the U.S. government's vigilance on the home front;

Just 20% of Likely U.S. Voters think the government’s focus on domestic Islamic terrorism is about right;

Fifty-two percent (52%) of voters believe the federal government does not focus enough on the threat of domestic Islamic terrorism;

Fifty-nine percent (59%) of Likely U.S. Voters oppose allowing 10,000 Syrians to come to America by the end of the year;

59% of Likely U.S. Voters favor a temporary ban on immigration into the United States from "the most dangerous and volatile regions of the world that have a history of exporting terrorism”;

Sizable majorities across nearly all demographic categories support Trump’s proposed screening test to determine whether potential newcomers are hostile to America and its basic freedoms;

Seventy-three percent (73%) agree with the Republican presidential nominee’s call for a government screening test for those looking to enter the country that determines whether they have hostile attitudes towards the United States and its constitutional freedoms. Only 18% are opposed to this kind of test;

Most voters of all ages support such a ban, but the older the voter, the more likely he or she is to favor it. Only 44% of blacks support putting a temporary hold on immigration from terrorist countries, compared to 61% of whites and 59% of other minority voters;

60% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the United States is at war with radical Islamic terrorism. Just 24% share the president’s position and disagree;

A government report earlier this year said over 500,000 visitors to the United States overstayed their legal visas in 2015 and didn’t go home(Like the one who attempted to assassinate Donald Trump in Las Vegas). Most voters think those who overstay their visas are a serious national security threat and that the feds need to take stronger steps to deport them;

So why does this very same poll also show that Clinton leads Trump by 4 points?
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I'm a happy fence sitter
I've been accused of being a fence sitter, never choosing a side and I'm quite happy sitting there. My fence is in the middle, between the left and right and the fencing material is sometimes called the Constitution of the United States of America. I sit there watching those on the left and those on the right in their tug-of-war battles, each trying so hard to pull my fence over to where they think it should be - but it ain't moving. It WON"T move either, as long as myself and the other fence sitters keep it anchored where it is.

History is rife with examples of the disasters that result, when the fence sitters get off the fence to go pee or whatnot, and one side or the other manages to move the fence closer to their side. Of course, each side of this Constitutional tug-of-war, believe the fence belongs where THEY are, but if that were true - the founding Fathers would have put the fence there in the first place.

That's why I consider it my solemn duty to sit on the fence, keeping all the knotheads from moving it, just because they think they know better than everyone else, including those that built the fence in the first place. I don't have to understand everything about the fences construction to sit on it, I just have to know when someone is trying to pull it over to their side - and plant my butt more firmly to prevent that from happening.

There are plenty of folks offering all kinds of arguments, each trying to convince me to get up, so they can move my fence, expecting me to then sit on it again and keep it anchored where they think it should be. Well, that ain't happening, because I have complete faith in those that built my fence and trust their placement of it. You can try to convince me that the fence is in the wrong place and do so until the cows come home, but it will be in vain - because my butt has been sitting on this fence my whole life and I'd KNOW if it had moved.

So, to all of you other Constitutional fence sitters, I say good for you and keep your butt planted and ignore all those that tell you THIER side of the fence has greener grass, because they're lying. We fence sitters can see on both sides of the fence and see that the grass is dried up and dying, no matter how much cow poop they spread there, because it lacks watering with unvarnished truth. Like I said, I don't have to understand all there is to know about the Constitution, I just have to recognize when someone is trying to rewrite it or retranslate it, because they're trying to move my fence and I won't let 'em - I'm happy sitting on it right where it is.
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