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Jan 16, 2019 13:34:05   #
Sicilianthing (a regular here)
 
TrickTrappingTrump !

Trump needs to exit the Middle East and get rid of Neocon Globalist CFR Minion Bolton.



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National Security Advisor John Bolton Could Be Steering Trump into War with Iran

By Patrick J. Buchanan

“Stop the ENDLESS WARS!” implored President Donald Trump in a Sunday night tweet.

Well, if he is serious, Trump had best keep an eye on his national security adviser, for a U.S. war on Iran would be a dream come true for John Bolton.

Last September, when Shiite militants launched three mortar shells into the Green Zone in Baghdad, which exploded harmlessly in a vacant lot, Bolton called a series of emergency meetings and directed the Pentagon to prepare a menu of targets, inside Iran, for U.S. air and missile strikes in retaliation.

The Wall Street Journal quoted one U.S. official as saying Bolton’s behavior “rattled people. … People were shocked. It was mind-boggling how cavalier they were about hitting Iran.”

Bolton’s former deputy, Mira Ricardel, reportedly told a gathering the shelling into the Green Zone was “an act of war” to which the U.S. must respond decisively.

Bolton has long believed a U.S. confrontation with Iran is both inevitable and desirable. In 2015, he authored a New York Times op-ed whose title, “To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran,” said it all. He has urged that “regime change” in Iran be made a declared goal of U.S. foreign policy.

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When Trump announced his decision to withdraw the 2,000 U.S. troops now in Syria, Bolton swiftly imposed conditions: ISIS must first be eliminated, Iranian forces and allied militias must leave, and the Kurds must be protected.

Yet enforcing such red lines would require a permanent presence of American troops. For how, without war, would we effect the removal of Bashar Assad’s Iranian allies, if he declines to expel them and the Iranians refuse to go?

Bolton has an ally in Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. In Cairo last week, Pompeo declared it U.S. policy “to expel every last Iranian boot” from Syria.

And though Hezbollah has been a “major presence” in Lebanon for several decades, “we won’t accept this as the status quo,” said Pompeo, for Hezbollah is a “wholly owned subsidiary of the Iranian regime.”

But how does the secretary of state propose to push Hezbollah out of Lebanon peacefully when the Israelis could not do it in a month-long war in 2006?

Pompeo’s purpose during his tour of the Middle East? Build a new Middle East Strategic Alliance, a MESA, an Arab NATO, whose members are to be Egypt, Jordan and the nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

There are other signs a confrontation is coming soon. The U.S. has objected to Iran’s pending launch of two space satellites, saying these look like tests of missiles designed to deliver nuclear warheads. Yet Iran has never produced weapons-grade uranium or plutonium and never tested an ICBM.

Pompeo has also called for a conclave in Poland in February to bring together an anti-Iran alliance to discuss what is to be done about what he calls “our common enemy.”

Over the weekend, Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu boasted of Israel’s latest strike in Syria: “Just in the last 36 hours, the air force attacked Iranian warehouses with Iranian weapons at the international airport in Damascus. The accumulation of recent attacks proves that we are determined more than ever to take action against Iran in Syria, just as we promised.”

Israel brags that it has hit 200 targets inside Syria in recent years. The boasting may be connected to Bibi’s desire to strengthen his credentials as a security hawk for the coming Israeli election. But it is also a provocation to the Iranians and Syrians to retaliate, which could ignite a wider war between Israel and Syrian and Iranian forces.

What does the U.S. think of the Israeli strikes? Said Pompeo: “We strongly support Israel’s efforts to stop Iran from turning Syria into the next Lebanon.”

In short, forces are moving in this country and in Israel to bring about a U.S. confrontation with Iran — before our troops leave Syria.

But the real questions here are not about Bolton or Pompeo.

They are about Trump. Was he aware of Bolton’s request for a menu of targets in Iran for potential U.S. strikes? Did he authorize it? Has he authorized his national security adviser and secretary of state to engage in these hostile actions and bellicose rhetoric aimed at Iran? And if so, why?

While Trump has urged that the U.S. pull out of these Mideast wars, Pompeo has corrected him, “When America retreats, chaos often follows.”

Is Trump looking for a showdown with Iran, which could result in a war that might vault his approval rating, but be a disaster for the Middle East and world economy and do for him what Operation Iraqi Freedom did for George W. Bush?

One thing may confidently be said of the rhetoric and actions of Bolton and Pompeo: This is not what brought out the new populists who made Donald Trump president, the people who still share his desire to “stop the endless wars.”

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Jan 16, 2019 13:37:18   #
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Sicilianthing wrote:
TrickTrappingTrump !

Trump needs to exit the Middle East and get rid of Neocon Globalist CFR Minion Bolton.



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National Security Advisor John Bolton Could Be Steering Trump into War with Iran

By Patrick J. Buchanan

“Stop the ENDLESS WARS!” implored President Donald Trump in a Sunday night tweet.

Well, if he is serious, Trump had best keep an eye on his national security adviser, for a U.S. war on Iran would be a dream come true for John Bolton.

Last September, when Shiite militants launched three mortar shells into the Green Zone in Baghdad, which exploded harmlessly in a vacant lot, Bolton called a series of emergency meetings and directed the Pentagon to prepare a menu of targets, inside Iran, for U.S. air and missile strikes in retaliation.

The Wall Street Journal quoted one U.S. official as saying Bolton’s behavior “rattled people. … People were shocked. It was mind-boggling how cavalier they were about hitting Iran.”

Bolton’s former deputy, Mira Ricardel, reportedly told a gathering the shelling into the Green Zone was “an act of war” to which the U.S. must respond decisively.

Bolton has long believed a U.S. confrontation with Iran is both inevitable and desirable. In 2015, he authored a New York Times op-ed whose title, “To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran,” said it all. He has urged that “regime change” in Iran be made a declared goal of U.S. foreign policy.

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When Trump announced his decision to withdraw the 2,000 U.S. troops now in Syria, Bolton swiftly imposed conditions: ISIS must first be eliminated, Iranian forces and allied militias must leave, and the Kurds must be protected.

Yet enforcing such red lines would require a permanent presence of American troops. For how, without war, would we effect the removal of Bashar Assad’s Iranian allies, if he declines to expel them and the Iranians refuse to go?

Bolton has an ally in Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. In Cairo last week, Pompeo declared it U.S. policy “to expel every last Iranian boot” from Syria.

And though Hezbollah has been a “major presence” in Lebanon for several decades, “we won’t accept this as the status quo,” said Pompeo, for Hezbollah is a “wholly owned subsidiary of the Iranian regime.”

But how does the secretary of state propose to push Hezbollah out of Lebanon peacefully when the Israelis could not do it in a month-long war in 2006?

Pompeo’s purpose during his tour of the Middle East? Build a new Middle East Strategic Alliance, a MESA, an Arab NATO, whose members are to be Egypt, Jordan and the nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

There are other signs a confrontation is coming soon. The U.S. has objected to Iran’s pending launch of two space satellites, saying these look like tests of missiles designed to deliver nuclear warheads. Yet Iran has never produced weapons-grade uranium or plutonium and never tested an ICBM.

Pompeo has also called for a conclave in Poland in February to bring together an anti-Iran alliance to discuss what is to be done about what he calls “our common enemy.”

Over the weekend, Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu boasted of Israel’s latest strike in Syria: “Just in the last 36 hours, the air force attacked Iranian warehouses with Iranian weapons at the international airport in Damascus. The accumulation of recent attacks proves that we are determined more than ever to take action against Iran in Syria, just as we promised.”

Israel brags that it has hit 200 targets inside Syria in recent years. The boasting may be connected to Bibi’s desire to strengthen his credentials as a security hawk for the coming Israeli election. But it is also a provocation to the Iranians and Syrians to retaliate, which could ignite a wider war between Israel and Syrian and Iranian forces.

What does the U.S. think of the Israeli strikes? Said Pompeo: “We strongly support Israel’s efforts to stop Iran from turning Syria into the next Lebanon.”

In short, forces are moving in this country and in Israel to bring about a U.S. confrontation with Iran — before our troops leave Syria.

But the real questions here are not about Bolton or Pompeo.

They are about Trump. Was he aware of Bolton’s request for a menu of targets in Iran for potential U.S. strikes? Did he authorize it? Has he authorized his national security adviser and secretary of state to engage in these hostile actions and bellicose rhetoric aimed at Iran? And if so, why?

While Trump has urged that the U.S. pull out of these Mideast wars, Pompeo has corrected him, “When America retreats, chaos often follows.”

Is Trump looking for a showdown with Iran, which could result in a war that might vault his approval rating, but be a disaster for the Middle East and world economy and do for him what Operation Iraqi Freedom did for George W. Bush?

One thing may confidently be said of the rhetoric and actions of Bolton and Pompeo: This is not what brought out the new populists who made Donald Trump president, the people who still share his desire to “stop the endless wars.”
TrickTrappingTrump ! br br Trump needs to exit t... (show quote)


I hope so. Bomb the BASTURDS to hell.

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Jan 16, 2019 13:46:27   #
Sicilianthing (a regular here)
 
Comment wrote:
I hope so. Bomb the BASTURDS to hell.


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Well if it came to that I could agree and disagree but you know whattimean, what I’m talking about.

It’s not our Problem and never Was...

Let Israel and the others rat ph**k each other
Bomb
Blast
Rape
Pillage
Burn
Lie
Backstab
Incest each other out of existence for all I care.

Bomb Mecca, Medina and the Vatican off the map for all I care... they’re the culprits along with the usual suspect families.

We dont need to go down that Rabbit hole, we’ve already surfaced.

America is Sovereign, Trump either Delivers or he fails.

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Jan 16, 2019 13:52:06   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
>>>

Well if it came to that I could agree and disagree but you know whattimean, what I’m talking about.

It’s not our Problem and never Was...

Let Israel and the others rat ph**k each other
Bomb
Blast
Rape
Pillage
Burn
Lie
Backstab
Incest each other out of existence for all I care.

Bomb Mecca, Medina and the Vatican off the map for all I care... they’re the culprits along with the usual suspect families.

We dont need to go down that Rabbit hole, we’ve already surfaced.

America is Sovereign, Trump either Delivers or he fails.
>>> br br Well if it came to that I coul... (show quote)


We need Israel...Israel is our only ally in the ME!!!!...We need to stand up for Israel,period!!!!

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Jan 16, 2019 14:24:24   #
Sicilianthing (a regular here)
 
proud republican wrote:
We need Israel...Israel is our only ally in the ME!!!!...We need to stand up for Israel,period!!!!


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You’re wrong, you’ve been programmed to believe in the alter reality of our time.
The discoveries forthcoming.

Israel is not an ally, they have been using America as Goyim and Goyem to exploit her fruits, profits and the Blood of our men in Combat.

You don’t know what you’re talking about !

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Jan 16, 2019 14:55:29   #
Blade_Runner (a regular here)
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
>>>

Well if it came to that I could agree and disagree but you know whattimean, what I’m talking about.

It’s not our Problem and never Was...

Let Israel and the others rat ph**k each other
Bomb
Blast
Rape
Pillage
Burn
Lie
Backstab
Incest each other out of existence for all I care.

Bomb Mecca, Medina and the Vatican off the map for all I care... they’re the culprits along with the usual suspect families.

We dont need to go down that Rabbit hole, we’ve already surfaced.

America is Sovereign, Trump either Delivers or he fails.
>>> br br Well if it came to that I coul... (show quote)
The Islamic Republic of Iran was founded by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on April 1. 1979. Khomeini completely reversed the pro-western government of Iran and established a hostile Islamic theocracy. Eight months later, on November 4, 1979, Iranian students stormed the American embassy and held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days. Since then, not a day has passed in which Iranian clergy and loyalists have not expressed their hatred for Israel and the United States. Iran has sponsored, financed, trained and equipped terrorists throughout the ME, its proxies, such as Hezbollah and Palestinian militants, are responsible for attacks against Americans and American interests in the ME. "Death to Israel", "Death to America", are not idle refrains or some sort of comedy routine.

This is the 21st century, dude, war technology has shrunk the world to a fifteen minute attack window, and considering the extreme militancy of the Islamic regime of Iran, there is no doubt that some of those nukes and ICBMs they are furiously working to develop have "Target: USA" stamped on them.

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Jan 16, 2019 15:03:10   #
Sicilianthing (a regular here)
 
Blade_Runner wrote:
The Islamic Republic of Iran was founded by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on April 1. 1979. Khomeini completely reversed the pro-western government of Iran and established a hostile Islamic theocracy. Eight months later, on November 4, 1979, Iranian students stormed the American embassy and held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days. Since then, not a day has passed in which Iranian clergy and loyalists have not expressed their hatred for Israel and the United States. Iran has sponsored, financed, trained and equipped terrorists throughout the ME, its proxies, such as Hezbollah and Palestinian militants, are responsible for attacks against Americans and American interests in the ME. "Death to Israel", "Death to America", are not idle refrains or some sort of comedy routine.

This is the 21st century, dude, war technology has shrunk the world to a fifteen minute attack window, and considering the extreme militancy of the Islamic regime of Iran, there is no doubt that some of those nukes and ICBMs they are furiously working to develop have "Target: USA" stamped on them.
The Islamic Republic of Iran was founded by Ayatol... (show quote)


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Get OUT of the Middle East Shit Hole, let Israel and the European idiots defend themselves, we can take care of our own.

What Part of that Sovereignty do you NOT understand ?

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Jan 16, 2019 15:06:21   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
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Get OUT of the Middle East Shit Hole, let Israel and the European idiots defend themselves, we can take care of our own.

What Part of that Sovereignty do you NOT understand ?


So what would happen if get out and ISIS follow us to US???Then what???...Who are you gonna blame then????..I dont want another 9/11,do you???

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Jan 16, 2019 15:08:57   #
Sicilianthing (a regular here)
 
proud republican wrote:
So what would happen if get out and ISIS follow us to US???Then what???...Who are you gonna blame then????..I dont want another 9/11,do you???


>>>

American Patriots will be forced to finally shift gears, activate and get off their lazy asses and do what is necessary.

You will not get your country back by the path and thinking you’re on today.

I’m right
You’re Wrong
Know This !

The awakening is very painful my feeble minded shaky lil friend... shhhh stop trembling...

When the chains come off guys like me will go to work.

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Jan 16, 2019 15:19:22   #
Blade_Runner (a regular here)
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
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American Patriots will be forced to finally shift gears, activate and get off their lazy asses and do what is necessary.

You will not get your country back by the path and thinking you’re on today.

I’m right
You’re Wrong
Know This !

The awakening is very painful my feeble minded shaky lil friend... shhhh stop trembling...

When the chains come off guys like me will go to work.
You're not impressing anyone with your "Mister Know-It-All" routine. You've done nothing but sing your crazy songs for years--talk talk talk talk, blabber, babble and jabber. "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING""ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" over and over and over, and still, you sit on your ass and toot your freaking horn.

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Jan 16, 2019 15:21:22   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
Blade_Runner wrote:
You're not impressing anyone with your "Mister Know-It-All" routine. You've done nothing but sing your crazy songs for years--talk talk talk talk, blabber, babble and jabber. "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING""ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" over and over and over, and still, you sit on your ass and toot your freaking horn.



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Jan 16, 2019 16:07:14   #
Sicilianthing (a regular here)
 
Blade_Runner wrote:
You're not impressing anyone with your "Mister Know-It-All" routine. You've done nothing but sing your crazy songs for years--talk talk talk talk, blabber, babble and jabber. "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING""ALERT" "WARNING" "ALERT" "WARNING" over and over and over, and still, you sit on your ass and toot your freaking horn.


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There it IS again Blade !

You’re also too predictable but the difference between us is, I’m not here to impress anyone, I dont give a f**K !

I’m here to expose your Complacency, brainwashing bamboozlments into the Sick n Twisted state of existence you think is a reality - NOT !

Trying to unprogram you and what they’ve pumped into your brains is now a far gone conclusion so we’re moving on with more aggressive actions in 2019 like Plans B and C

For guys like you in your camp you just need to pray Trump is who he says and that he doesn’t fall for this TrickTrap.

In this Camp we’re done with all the above and all the CRAP you guys literally try to justify over.

Done
Game Over Bro

Move on and Move OUT !

And, for the record, so far my data and predictions have proven accurate since Trump took office.

I’ve also predicted what’s coming in 2019 in previous Topics.

If you look around you’ll notice things aren’t improving much and the chaos is spreading.

Pray hard Blade
Pray ever hour guys like me are wrong, Way wrong... but I doubt that’s the outcome.

Good Luck
Stay in your fight but stay in your lane.

For a real time example, keep your eyes on BARR (that’s another real deep state scumbag)

Now he’s gonna do tricks for you.

When the Fu** are you guys going to finally wake up?

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Jan 20, 2019 15:37:16   #
OLD DUCK
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
TrickTrappingTrump !

Trump needs to exit the Middle East and get rid of Neocon Globalist CFR Minion Bolton.



>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



National Security Advisor John Bolton Could Be Steering Trump into War with Iran

By Patrick J. Buchanan

“Stop the ENDLESS WARS!” implored President Donald Trump in a Sunday night tweet.

Well, if he is serious, Trump had best keep an eye on his national security adviser, for a U.S. war on Iran would be a dream come true for John Bolton.

Last September, when Shiite militants launched three mortar shells into the Green Zone in Baghdad, which exploded harmlessly in a vacant lot, Bolton called a series of emergency meetings and directed the Pentagon to prepare a menu of targets, inside Iran, for U.S. air and missile strikes in retaliation.

The Wall Street Journal quoted one U.S. official as saying Bolton’s behavior “rattled people. … People were shocked. It was mind-boggling how cavalier they were about hitting Iran.”

Bolton’s former deputy, Mira Ricardel, reportedly told a gathering the shelling into the Green Zone was “an act of war” to which the U.S. must respond decisively.

Bolton has long believed a U.S. confrontation with Iran is both inevitable and desirable. In 2015, he authored a New York Times op-ed whose title, “To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran,” said it all. He has urged that “regime change” in Iran be made a declared goal of U.S. foreign policy.

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When Trump announced his decision to withdraw the 2,000 U.S. troops now in Syria, Bolton swiftly imposed conditions: ISIS must first be eliminated, Iranian forces and allied militias must leave, and the Kurds must be protected.

Yet enforcing such red lines would require a permanent presence of American troops. For how, without war, would we effect the removal of Bashar Assad’s Iranian allies, if he declines to expel them and the Iranians refuse to go?

Bolton has an ally in Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. In Cairo last week, Pompeo declared it U.S. policy “to expel every last Iranian boot” from Syria.

And though Hezbollah has been a “major presence” in Lebanon for several decades, “we won’t accept this as the status quo,” said Pompeo, for Hezbollah is a “wholly owned subsidiary of the Iranian regime.”

But how does the secretary of state propose to push Hezbollah out of Lebanon peacefully when the Israelis could not do it in a month-long war in 2006?

Pompeo’s purpose during his tour of the Middle East? Build a new Middle East Strategic Alliance, a MESA, an Arab NATO, whose members are to be Egypt, Jordan and the nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

There are other signs a confrontation is coming soon. The U.S. has objected to Iran’s pending launch of two space satellites, saying these look like tests of missiles designed to deliver nuclear warheads. Yet Iran has never produced weapons-grade uranium or plutonium and never tested an ICBM.

Pompeo has also called for a conclave in Poland in February to bring together an anti-Iran alliance to discuss what is to be done about what he calls “our common enemy.”

Over the weekend, Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu boasted of Israel’s latest strike in Syria: “Just in the last 36 hours, the air force attacked Iranian warehouses with Iranian weapons at the international airport in Damascus. The accumulation of recent attacks proves that we are determined more than ever to take action against Iran in Syria, just as we promised.”

Israel brags that it has hit 200 targets inside Syria in recent years. The boasting may be connected to Bibi’s desire to strengthen his credentials as a security hawk for the coming Israeli election. But it is also a provocation to the Iranians and Syrians to retaliate, which could ignite a wider war between Israel and Syrian and Iranian forces.

What does the U.S. think of the Israeli strikes? Said Pompeo: “We strongly support Israel’s efforts to stop Iran from turning Syria into the next Lebanon.”

In short, forces are moving in this country and in Israel to bring about a U.S. confrontation with Iran — before our troops leave Syria.

But the real questions here are not about Bolton or Pompeo.

They are about Trump. Was he aware of Bolton’s request for a menu of targets in Iran for potential U.S. strikes? Did he authorize it? Has he authorized his national security adviser and secretary of state to engage in these hostile actions and bellicose rhetoric aimed at Iran? And if so, why?

While Trump has urged that the U.S. pull out of these Mideast wars, Pompeo has corrected him, “When America retreats, chaos often follows.”

Is Trump looking for a showdown with Iran, which could result in a war that might vault his approval rating, but be a disaster for the Middle East and world economy and do for him what Operation Iraqi Freedom did for George W. Bush?

One thing may confidently be said of the rhetoric and actions of Bolton and Pompeo: This is not what brought out the new populists who made Donald Trump president, the people who still share his desire to “stop the endless wars.”
TrickTrappingTrump ! br br Trump needs to exit t... (show quote)


Great post- you are one of the best contributors to the forum- Kevyn is the lamest and dumbest. This is the banksters' harvest. Perpetual war/debt is the common elephant in the room that the leftist munchkins don't see. Gov't "education" at it's best! It's not Trump, it's the PEOPLE (thinking ones, only) they have to destroy to carry out their Soros (sore-ass) financed revolution of "smart"-phone dead drones. Have any of these people read history- can they read? I can't respond too frequently to these posts as I am 70+, work full time in engineering and manufacturing in an Aero-space machine shop (today's kids too stupid to even get what I do), and have a herd of antique (i.e. working) old vehicles to keep in perfect order. They just don't appreciate how brainwashed and misinformed they are. We are in dire straits thanks to idiots like Jimmy Carter- department of education, department of education- we have NEITHER.

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Jan 20, 2019 15:47:11   #
Sicilianthing (a regular here)
 
OLD DUCK wrote:
Great post- you are one of the best contributors to the forum- Kevyn is the lamest and dumbest. This is the banksters' harvest. Perpetual war/debt is the common elephant in the room that the leftist munchkins don't see. Gov't "education" at it's best! It's not Trump, it's the PEOPLE (thinking ones, only) they have to destroy to carry out their Soros (sore-ass) financed revolution of "smart"-phone dead drones. Have any of these people read history- can they read? I can't respond too frequently to these posts as I am 70+, work full time in engineering and manufacturing in an Aero-space machine shop (today's kids too stupid to even get what I do), and have a herd of antique (i.e. working) old vehicles to keep in perfect order. They just don't appreciate how brainwashed and misinformed they are. We are in dire straits thanks to idiots like Jimmy Carter- department of education, department of education- we have NEITHER.
Great post- you are one of the best contributors t... (show quote)


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I know Buck and Thank YOU for staying in the fight.

We are in serious trouble, this is why I come here everyday and hammer on people.

Just wait, things are going to spiral out of control if Trump doesn’t drop the hammer soon.

You are right on all points, the dumbing down of America is in full deployment phase 2 and 3 now as they enter the workforce and ignorant electorate as useless eaters mostly.

Worse are the Hispanic, Asian and Muslim demographics contributing to all the above.

As for Bolton, yep he’s a king Rat Fker and he needs to go, but why did Trump pick him or was he forced on Trump by the Families?

I need a little more time to prove my predictions that Trump was compromised very early on, that puts us in even more serious trouble.

Get ready for Plans B, C and God Forbid D.

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