Daily Archives: October 28, 2015

The Days Of American Despotism

Amen and Amen

Here’s What is Happening in the Webber School in Alberta, Canada

My Comments:  Why does anyone kowtow to these people.  The school made its stance and rules plain, but the Muslims never listen, do they?! They’re whole game is to take over and get special privileges.

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=XELWyJeKSV0

Daddy Saves Campaign As Jeb Throws Tantrum: “I’ve Got Cooler Things to Do… Elect Trump If You Want”

Mac Slavo for  SHTFplan.com

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Elder Bush faces the prospect of having to watch his favorite fortune son fail at his attempt to claim yet another Bush presidency – all in the twilight of Bush 41’s life – who is now 91 and in failing health.

After reports say he has angrily watched the primary season include routine jabs at the expense of his son Jeb, former president George H.W. Bush is calling to arms his vast network of patrons and wealthy donors to get his kid out of trouble, and force his tanking campaign to the top with the only way they know – the power of big money and sneaky political maneuvering. The Houston Chronicle reports:

Even at age 91, former President George H.W. Bush remains hooked on politics and the upcoming presidential election. He follows the coverage on Fox News, champions the campaign of GOP candidate and son Jeb Bush and – like many on the left and right – he remains absolutely baffled by Donald Trump’s success.

The New York Times profiled the elder Bush on Saturday ahead of a Houston donor retreat over the weekend. The Bush family and supporters are trying to reinvigorate Jeb Bush’s flagging campaign, and, at the same time, they vented about the success of one former reality TV star.

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The story contains a number of exciting quotes about the Bush family’s “contempt for Trump.” He reminds the elder Bush of third-party candidate Ross Perot, who the family believes “helped Bill Clinton capture the White House from Bush in 1992.” The former president also has been livid about the way Trump has prodded at son George W. Bush over the Sept. 11 attacks.

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Where the anger comes from is evident. The Bush family isn’t just upset that Trump can be vulgar. The family also sees their political dynasty fading after six decades of success.

With massive cutbacks for staff and budgets across the board of the Jeb! campaign, the media is universally signaling the sinking of the Bush campaign – despite typical expectations for an establishment-favorite candidate to be handed the nomination. Instead, Jeb faces a voting public that has “Bush fatigue,” who distrust the status quo, find Bush III boring among a crowded GOP field, and – most of all – are endeared to the defiant statements of Donald Trump, who is voicing an angry populist sentiment.

Despite all the advantages and expectations of becoming president, Jeb faces the very real possibility of utter and embarrassing defeat – all by the hands of the irreverent TV reality star of The Apprentice. None of the 2016 election is going according to script for Bush, despite all the precautions to ensure easy victory.

For his part Jeb, who seems to feel entitled to the presidency, is getting downright bitter about Trump – coming off as a certifiable whiner (when he wishes to be seen as a winner):

If this election is about how we’re going to fight to get nothing done, then I don’t want anything — I don’t want any part of it. I don’t want to be elected president to sit around and see gridlock just become so dominant that people literally are in decline in their lives. That is not my motivation. I’ve got a lot of really cool things I could do other than sit around, being miserable, listening to people demonize me and feeling compelled to demonize them. That is a joke. Elect Trump if you want that.

With an adolescent attitude, Jeb tells the electorate he doesn’t need them. He wants the presidency, but he could do without the people, quite clearly. And that is the heart of the problem between the country and the ambitions of the Bush dynasty:

Bush doesn’t want to run a campaign that’s just about trading insults with other Republicans — but the way it comes off is that he is running for office as a favor for the American public and, if it doesn’t work out the way he likes it, well, then, he has got far better things to do. (source)

Quite simply, Bush has been outmaneuvered, and they Bush family is fuming about it. And with an anger they consider justified, they are prepared to wage emergency war for the survival of Jeb’s campaign. Donald Trump is in the crosshairs, and he is loving it.

But funny enough, just the Bushes are getting serious, Trump has vowed not to pick on Jeb anymore – suggesting with derision that he thought he would be the front-runner:

“I did talk about Jeb because I thought Jeb was going to be the front-runner,” Trump told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday. “Obviously, he’s no longer the front-runner. I probably won’t talk about him so much anymore.”

Having spent months mocking Bush for his low energy level, this line from Trump could be either a moment of rare sympathy from the real estate tycoon-turned-candidate, or the cruelest insult yet.

Considering how rigged elections have become, it may be yet another tactic to portray Jeb as the underdog worthy of pity, but judging from comments across the Internet, no one is feeling sorry for the Bushes they are so happy to be done with.

Perhaps the Washington Post is correct, and this really Jeb’s big opportunity to come back swinging at Trump, though voter attitudes have made clear that Bush would gain office with no greater consent from the American public than a date rape victim.

Ben Carson’s perplexing stance on abortion

My Comments:  I wrote an article about Dr. Carson and his various stances.  I do not like or trust the man, nor do I like who he associates with.  To me, he is just Obama junior.  I find him very troubling.

REPOSTED FROM POLITICO.COM

The retired neurosurgeon says he’s pro-life. His record (and comments) don’t back that up.

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Ben Carson’s presidential campaign is surging on a wave of support from socially conservative voters inspired by his passionate talk about faith and his attacks on Planned Parenthood. But while Carson insists he’s a fierce opponent of abortion, he also defends a long series of actions on the issue that are sharply at odds with the beliefs of the very voters fueling his rise.

Carson, a retired pediatric neurosurgeon, has referred women to doctors who perform abortions, was a trustee of a foundation that gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to Planned Parenthood, and his campaign struggles to articulate which legal restrictions he supports on the procedure.

Carson’s history on the issue is shaped by his medical background: Decisions he made decades ago — about referring women carrying fetuses with genetic defects to doctors willing to perform abortions, and conducting research using fetal tissue — came in the context of making complex medical decisions. But those are calls the candidate, who is running as ardently anti-abortion, stands by today, positions he argues are not out of step with being personally pro-life. And they are positions his communications director defended in an interview using language favored by advocates for abortion rights.

“He believes in quality medical care, No. 1, and secondly, he believes in people making their own decisions based on facts and information,” said Carson communications director Doug Watts, when asked whether Carson stands by his previous decisions to refer women whose fetuses had genetic defects to doctors who provide abortions. He does, Watts said.

“He believes people ought to have all the facts available to them, but he is steadfastly opposed to abortion,” Watts continued. “Referring it on does not mean he is advocating it, he’s advocating they are getting qualified medical supervision. He has always believed that the battle over abortion had to be waged in the hearts and minds of Americans, that you cannot legislate morality. But he also believes we’re winning the debate.”

Many pro-abortion rights politicians also personally have qualms about the procedure, but don’t feel it’s their role to pursue legal restrictions on the measure. Pressed repeatedly to name a legal restriction Carson supports, Watts demurred even as he stressed that the candidate is adamantly anti-abortion.

“It’s not a matter of legality, because there is legal abortion, but you’re asking for his point of view, where his restrictions are,” he said in a follow-up call. “Restrictions are not necessarily in his mind determined by laws. He believes that life begins at conception and that he is opposed to abortion after that.”

Carson has, in fact, come out in support of a bill in Congress that would ban abortion at 20 weeks, and he has said that cases in which giving birth endangers the life of the mother are rare — but should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. But Watts reiterated that the legal realm is not Carson’s focus.

“It is legal,” Watts said of abortion. “And as I say, he does not think the issue is one that can be legislated as much as having to win the hearts and minds of people, to discover the morality or immorality of abortion. He is unequivocally, completely, positively opposed to abortion.”

But while he has long been vocal in expressing his anti-abortion views, Carson’s actual record on challenging abortion rights is muddled.

A review of several articles from the Baltimore Sun in 1992 indicate that Carson, who as a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon was personally opposed to abortion, still referred women to doctors willing to perform the procedure.

“As a physician who does not believe in abortion, when faced with a patient who has severe medical problems, I would refer someone for an abortion,” Carson told the Baltimore Sun in September of 1992. “I believe that person needs to hear both sides … I would never advocate it’s illegal for a person to get an abortion. I think in the long run we do a lot of harm when we bludgeon people.”

Carson, at the time, often dealt with women whose fetuses had genetic defects, according to another article from October of that year.

Also in 1992, he appeared in an anti-abortion ad that he later disavowed, as Maryland grappled with an abortion-related referendum. That same year, Carson used tissue from aborted fetuses in medical research. He had nothing to do with obtaining the tissue, he said, and has defended his research. But the revelation comes as he, like many others in his party, has blasted Planned Parenthood for providing fetal tissue after videos surfaced showing workers at the pro-abortion rights group discussing the matter in a way many saw as cavalier.

Carson was also a trustee of the Baltimore Community Foundation from 2002-2014. A review of grants given out by the charitable organization during that time indicates that Planned Parenthood received more than $200,000 during the time Carson was on board, one of hundreds of beneficiaries of the foundation.

“I don’t know and it doesn’t really matter,” Watts said Monday, when asked whether Carson was aware that Planned Parenthood was a recipient of grant money. “He also wasn’t aware until recently that they had a program of aborting fetuses to harvest and sell body parts. Dr. Carson is a leader in the defunding of Planned Parenthood with taxpayer dollars because of their abhorrent practices.”

(Two days after being asked for comment, Watts emailed to note, “The foundation is an umbrella of over 70 different funds controlled by individual boards and guidelines. The Planned Parenthood donations came from one of these single funds NOT the Baltimore Foundation. Dr. Carson and the entire Board for that matter could have neither approved or stopped the donation. There are no votes on these grants.”)

Carson has been a vocal critic in recent weeks of Planned Parenthood, suggesting that the organization disproportionately sets up shop in African-American neighborhoods, in keeping with what he characterizes as the racist tendencies of its founder, Margaret Sanger, and calling for it to be defunded.

Those remarks come as he catapults in the polls, in Iowa and nationally. A CNN/ORC poll out last week showed Carson moving into second place behind Donald Trump in the Hawkeye State. And a Fox News poll released Sunday showed him gaining after the first debate as well, standing in second place nationally, thrusting a candidate who has never before worked in politics into the harsh spotlight that comes with a presidential campaign.

His support so far comes in large part from deeply socially conservative activists. In recent years, he has emerged as a favorite of religious conservatives, has spoken in emotional terms against “killing babies,” and has emerged as a champion of crisis pregnancy centers.

“My commitment to protect innocent life goes back decades,” he writes on his campaign website. “For years I have helped raise money for a wide spectrum of faith-based entities that assist expectant mothers with the birth of their child by providing a variety of valuable, pro-life services.”

Sometimes that assistance comes with a fee: He was paid about $40,500 by Hope Pregnancy Center in College Station, Texas, earlier this year, but helped the organization pull in $150,000 in profit.

And in March of this year, several weeks before he announced for president, Carson took to Facebook to urge support for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortions at 20 weeks with exceptions for rape, incest, and when a woman’s life at risk.

“Children are our most precious resource and our efforts to protect them should know no bounds,” he wrote. “I urge our legislators in Congress to swiftly vote on the legislation known as the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. It is legislation that values life which in the end is what we are here for.”

DES MOINES, IA - AUGUST 16: Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson looks at a display of baby fetus development as he visits the "Iowa Right to Life" booth while touring the Iowa State Fair on August 16, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. Presidential candidates are addressing attendees at the Iowa State Fair on the Des Moines Register Presidential Soapbox stage and touring the fairgrounds. The State Fair runs through August 23. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

DES MOINES, IA – AUGUST 16: Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson looks at a display of baby fetus development as he visits the “Iowa Right to Life” booth while touring the Iowa State Fair on August 16, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. Presidential candidates are addressing attendees at the Iowa State Fair on the Des Moines Register Presidential Soapbox stage and touring the fairgrounds. The State Fair runs through August 23. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Carson was asked last week whether he would accept abortion to save the life of a mother. He demurred at the time, saying that modern medicine is such that a mother’s life is rarely in jeopardy, but “you have to look at the individual situation,” and Watts clarified that in those rare situations, Carson believes in evaluating on a case-by-case basis.

“I spent my entire career as a pediatric neurosurgeon, frequently staying up all night, fighting, struggling to save the life of little babies, even operating on babies inside the womb. So I don’t think it should be hard for anyone to understand that I am totally opposed to killing babies,” he said in the interview, which aired on “CBS This Morning.”

But he has again been unclear on what other exceptions he would support, as well as on the question of when he believes life begins.

He was asked in a separate appearance last week whether his opposition to abortion included exceptions for pregnancies resulting from rape and incest. He said Thursday on Fox News that “I would hope that they would very quickly avail themselves of the emergency room, and in the emergency room, they have the ability to administer RU-486 and other possibilities before you have a developing fetus.” RU-486 is often referred to as an “abortion pill,” and is distinct from emergency contraception in that it ends a pregnancy. Asked whether he meant to say “emergency contraception,” Watts deferred to Carson’s statement, but said that “after conception takes place, he is not in favor of, in any way, of aborting the child.”

In that same interview, Carson said he believes that life begins when the heart starts beating, though Watts, who initially gave the same answer, said later Friday that Carson believes life begins at conception. Asked Sunday about that discrepancy by ABC’s Martha Raddatz, who said she was “confused” by his position on abortion, Carson reiterated that life begins at conception.

“He thinks it is not something that is legislated,” Watts said of reining in abortion. “There’s been all kinds of laws over the years on abortion, some far more harsh than we have today, some less harsh. But what’s going on, to properly address the issue in his mind, is speaking to people in their hearts and minds so they realize the immorality of the act.”

 

 

 

Attention America’s Suburbs: You Have Just Been Annexed

My Comments:  This is extremely dangerous for America and is straight out of the communist textbook and United Nations Agenda 21.  I would hope that American citizens would soon wake up to the fact that we are losing our country and our property very quickly.

By Stanley Kurtz

It’s difficult to say what’s more striking about President Obama’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing  (AFFH) regulation: its breathtaking radicalism, the refusal of the press to cover it, or its potential political ramifications. The danger AFFH poses to Democrats explains why the press barely mentions it. This lack of curiosity, in turn, explains why the revolutionary nature of the rule has not been properly understood. Ultimately, the regulation amounts to back-door annexation, a way of turning America’s suburbs into tributaries of nearby cities. This has been Obama’s purpose from the start. In Spreading the Wealth: How Obama Is Robbing the Suburbs to Pay for the Cities, I explain how a young Barack Obama turned against the suburbs and threw in his lot with a group of Alinsky-style community organizers who blamed suburban tax-flight for urban decay. Their bible was Cities Without Suburbs, by former Albuquerque mayor David Rusk. Rusk, who works closely with Obama’s Alinskyite mentors and now advises the Obama administration, initially called on cities to annex their surrounding suburbs. When it became clear that outright annexation was a political non-starter, Rusk and his followers settled on a series of measures designed to achieve de facto annexation over time. The plan has three elements: 1) Inhibit suburban growth, and when possible encourage suburban re-migration to cities. This can be achieved, for example, through regional growth boundaries (as in Portland), or by relative neglect of highway-building and repair in favor of public transportation. 2) Force the urban poor into the suburbs through the imposition of low-income housing quotas. 3) Institute “regional tax-base sharing,” where a state forces upper-middle-class suburbs to transfer tax revenue to nearby cities and less-well-off inner-ring suburbs (as in Minneapolis/St. Paul). If you press suburbanites into cities, transfer urbanites to the suburbs, and redistribute suburban tax money to cities, you have effectively abolished the suburbs. For all practical purposes, the suburbs would then be co-opted into a single metropolitan region. Advocates of these policy prescriptions call themselves “regionalists.”

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/426150/seven-things-caught-my-eye-today-oct-27-2015-kathryn-jean-lopez

Swarm Of California Earthquakes Continues A Series Of Unusual Events That Began In Late September

In the past two weeks alone, more than 400 earthquakes have shaken San Ramon – a small city that sits approximately 45 miles east of San Francisco.

http://www.infowars.com/swarm-of-california-earthquakes-continues-a-series-of-unusual-events-that-began-in-late-September/

Swarm Of California Earthquakes Continues A Series Of Unusual Events That Began In Late September

by Michael Snyder | End Of The American Dream | October 28, 2015

First it was wildfires, then it was unprecedented flooding, and now it is earthquakes. 

In the past two weeks alone, more than 400 earthquakes have shaken San Ramon – a small city that sits approximately 45 miles east of San Francisco.  Never before have so many earthquakes been recorded in that area in such a short span of time.  Standing alone, that earthquake swarm may not mean that much.  But when you stand back and look at all of the unusual events that have been happening since late September, a very disturbing picture begins to emerge.

But first, let’s talk about this earthquake swarm.  All over the planet, seismic activity seems to be increasing.  According to Volcano Discovery, dozens of volcanoes around the world have recently erupted, and Afghanistan was just hit by a massive 7.5-magnitude quake.  It was one of the worst earthquakes that Afghanistan has ever seen, and it is going to take months to deal with all of the damage.  So that is why it is so alarming that right now there is record breaking earthquake activity just outside of San Francisco

San Ramon, California, appears to have broken a new earthquake record over the last two weeks: A total of 408 small quakes have shaken the East Bay city, almost four times the record set in 2003 in half the amount of time.

“I’ve not felt so many tremors in decades,” Mark Stone said outside a San Ramon Starbucks on Tuesday morning. “My dog, Gimmel, she’s the first one to know a couple of seconds before.”

And his dog has been extra alert lately.

The state of California has been seeing a lot of disasters lately.  In late September, tremendous wildfires in the state were making headlines all over the planet.  In fact, Barack Obama formally declared the Valley Fire to be a “major disaster”, and federal funding was released to help fight it.  The following is from an NBC News article that was posted on September 23rd

President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster for the fourth most destructive wildfire in California’s history, a blaze that has forced some 12,000 people to evacuate their homes and caused at least three deaths.

Obama signed the declaration Tuesday to release federal funding to help with the Valley Fire, which has been burning north of San Francisco since September 12.

This has been an exceptionally bad year for wildfires nationally.  According to the National Interagency Fire Center, the only time when more acres had burned up to this point in the year was in 2006.  And the truth is that we are just barelybehind 2006’s record pace.  More fires are still burning right now, and by the time it is all said and done I expect that 2015 will end up surpassing 2006 and will be the worst year for wildfires that we have ever seen.

As I wrote about the other day, we have also witnessed unprecedented flooding in recent weeks as well.  A few days after Obama’s disaster declaration in California, the storm that would became known as Hurricane Joaquin developed into a tropical depression on September 28th.

Even though Joaquin never made landfall, moisture from that storm absolutely devastated the east coast.  The governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley, said that it was the most rain that her state had seen “in a thousand years”

“We haven’t had this level of rain in the low-country in a thousand years — that’s how big this is,” said South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. Days of record rainfall and catastrophic flooding left at least seventeen people dead in South Carolina and two dead in North Carolina, Oct. 6, 2015. Thirteen dams have failed.

Following that, we also witnessed historic flooding in southern California, and the remnants of Hurricane Patricia caused flooding in many parts of Texas.  You can read about the details in my previous article entitled “Why Is This Happening? Unprecedented Flooding Has Hit The U.S. Within The Last 30 Days“.

Could it be possible that there is a connection between all of these events?

For a moment, I would like to share with you what I think.  In the legal world, there is always a pronouncement of guilt before punishment is administered, and over the past six months or so the guilt of America has been put on display in some very unusual ways.

One of the ways that we are being shown our guilt is through these undercover Planned Parenthood videos.  I don’t believe that it is any accident that they have come out at this time.  The entire world is being shown that we are killing millions of babies, harvesting their organs, selling them off to the highest bidder, and then using these organs in bizarre scientific experiments.

And a new video was released just this week.  In this new video, a Planned Parenthood doctor actually admits that she tries to abort babies in such a way so that their skulls remain intact.  The following comes from Fox News

A Planned Parenthood doctor laughs as she says she continues to “strive” to deliver an aborted baby with an intact skull and appears to admit participating in partial-birth abortions in the latest undercover video released Tuesday targeting Planned Parenthood.

A woman identified as Dr. Amna Dermish of Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas is the focus of the Center for Medical Progress’ 11th video, which is purported to have been filmed during a medical conference in October 2014.

“My aim is usually to get the specimens out pretty intact,” Dermish says at one point.

Video after video like this has been released, and the American people have responded with tremendous indifference.

Even after our guilt has been put on display for all the world to see, one survey found that only 29 percent of all Americans want to shut off federal funding for Planned Parenthood.  By more than a 2 to 1 margin (65 percent to 29 percent), the American people said that we should continue giving Planned Parenthood hundreds of millions of tax dollars each year.

After I let that number sink in for a bit, I was faced with one inescapable conclusion.

America is done.

America is finished.

America has become Nazi Germany.

And just like Nazi Germany and all other horribly evil regimes throughout history, we are headed for a great day of reckoning.

We are not going to be able to get away with the great crimes against humanity that we have been committing.  A great shaking is coming to this nation, and we are going to deserve every ounce of what is about to happen to us.

 

Why the GOP Establishment Hates Trump

Wake up, it’s our last chance to save America. Please, make this article to go VIRAL.

After the insiders have established the United Socialist States of America (in fact if not in name), the next step is the Great Merger of all nations of the world into a dictatorial world government. … The Insiders’ code word for the world superstate is “new world order,” a phrase often used by Richard Nixon (and Bush Sr.). The Council on Foreign Relations states in its Study No. 7: “The U.S. must strive to: A. BUILD A NEW INTERNATIONAL ORDER.” … A world government has always been the object of the Communists. Gary Allen American journalist 1936-86, Source, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, p.121

Just why does the GOP hate Donald Trump? That’s easy to answer, because he’s thrown a monkey-wrench into the plans of the New World Order. (To understand the NWO, read Dr. Dennis Cuddy’s chronology of same.) Who would have thought that an outsider, like billionaire Donald Trump, would capture the attention of the American people, and at the same time, infuriate the GOP, DNC, and MSM, but mostly his own party! To the GOP, DonaldTrump is not only a pariah, but a wild card. Americans who are sick and tired of the same old, same old from the Republican party are thrilled to hear someone speak the same language we speak to each other.

What is it that Trump stands for that makes the GOP so desirous of destroying him? It’s the opposite of what the New World Order gang wants! And that gang includes both the left and the right, and has for over 50 years now. If the Republicans had attacked President Obama with the same gusto as they’re going after Donald Trump, Mitt Romney would be running for his second term in the White House. Yet, if there’s one thing the GOP hates worse than Mr. Trump — it’s their base, (that’s us, the conservative electorate) and by now, we all know that instead of governing as Republicans, they kowtow to Democrats. Just think back to the 2010 and 2014 elections…as Hillary would say, “What difference did it make?” Absolutely NONE! Every one of those Tea Party people elected were co-opted within six weeks. Check out the many articles on the web by the Republican elite on how to take down Trump. Here are just a few…. [Link], [Link], [Link]

Club For Growth’s War Against Trump

The poll that placed Trump in second place in Iowa was a fake, paid for by the notorious Club For Growth Action (CFG) and differs from the NBC News/WSJ/Marist poll over the weekend that has Trump in first place in Iowa by five points.

Remember that CFG asked for a million dollar donation from Trump, and he refused. From that point on, CFG was after Trump. CFG’s partners and allies include the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. Peterson is chairman emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations and former chairman of the New York Federal Reserve Bank. Another ally is the US Chamber of Commerce, who is so behind the invasion of illegal aliens on our southern borders.

CFG has spent a million dollars on anti-Trump ads in Iowa claiming Trump loves eminent domain and takes people’s’ property for his own use. The only problem with this is that the Iowa Christians listen to this rubbish and actually believe it. (Believing lies without doing your own research, is precisely why Obama got elected) The real facts are far from what CFG would have us believe. In 1986 Trump helped save Annabel Hill’s farm that had been in the family for five generations. “We give a lot of money to foreign countries that don’t give a damn about us, but we don’t help the American farmers,” Trump said.

Guess who CFG is backing for president? You guessed it! Globalist, pro-amnesty, pro-common core, pro-free trade (off shoring more American jobs and American sovereignty), Jeb Bush. Soviet Agent Henry Kissinger is endorsing Bush.

Coming soon: Watch for a follow up article on this very subject and why Christians are so gullible.

Jeb Bush with David McIntosh, president of Club For Growth.

Here’s part of an article I would urge you to read in its entirety…it’s well worth it.

Truth spoken from The Conservative Tree House

Without Trump in the race, the Globalist, Wall Street, Corporate Media and RNC/GOP delivery of Jeb Bush would ultimately be the outcome. All they had/have to do is follow the exact same plan which worked in 2012. The electorate, including us, unknowing of the Potemkin Village landscape (animpressive facade or show designed to hide an undesirable fact or condition), would simply follow along the yellow brick road pre-paved with the intentions of interests unseen. Not a big deal.

We’d have a choice of Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton….

When we fully understand this reality, we simultaneously also understand why Donald Trump entered the 2016 presidential race. Like us, you, Trump sees the Potemkin construct and said, “Enough,” “Someone’s got to get in this race to change the outcome.”

Step one in Trump’s campaign was to tear down the facade of the phony Village in order to awaken a larger understanding of who is actually behind these constructs.

Thus, Trump was immediately effective at exposing the deceivers amid our own ranks. Immediately Donald Trump drew inbound fire from those who hold a vested interest in retention of the ruse and maintenance of the path, and the New World Order progress.

So, Mr. Donald Trump has struck fear in the hearts of the elitist globalists, and Donald is beholden to no one…not one special interest, nope, not one.

Donald Trump’s Platform Strikes Fear in New World Order Hearts

Donald Trump says he’ll send the Syrian migrants back when he becomes president. Doesn’t that sound great to all taxpaying citizens of America who are on the hook for supporting these Islamists we should never have taken into our country? The NWO crowd doesn’t like the sound of that at all. Their plan is to make us a 3rd world country.

Trump successfully pressures Ford to move their plant back to America from Mexico, and he did this before he’s even president. His constant criticism of Ford outsourcing jobs to Mexico has caused the auto tycoon to change course and bring the $2,000,000,000 plant back to the United States. We all know the GOP isn’t happy about this because they simply love “free trade,” which has destroyed millions of American jobs and sent them to foreign countries.

Recently, Breitbart had an article entitled, Trump: Revoke Passports For Those Who Go To Fight For ISIS, Would ‘Look At’ Closing Certain Mosques’. If that doesn’t simply infuriate every Islam promoting Republican, I don’t know what does. The NWO plan is to destroy the white Europeans who migrated to America, and to make us a third world country with a majority population of Islamic immigrants.

Second Amendment – Obama and many republicans demand more useless gun control measures and spout that anyone not agreeing with him are reprobates. Trump has a plan calling for Nationwide Concealed Carry and an End To Gun Bans.

“Law-abiding people should be allowed to own the firearm of their choice. The government has no business dictating what types of firearms good, honest people are allowed to own…” -Donald Trump

This certainly does not fit with the NWO plan of disarming all American citizens. Personally, I don’t believe we even need a carry permit according to the Constitution.

Saving Persecuted Christians – Donald Trump Declares: “The Bigger Issue Is That Obama Is Waging A War Against Christians In This Country. Their Religious Liberty Is At Stake.” I have yet to see any Republican in Congress stand up and demand that we save the persecuted Christians rather than these young Islamic men who claim they’re refugees. Not a one. Trump is right, the destruction of our Judeo-Christian society and culture is happening before our eyes and our NWO loving Republican controlled Congress says nothing.

Pro-Life – Trump stands firm on pro-life, He states, “I have evolved on the abortion issue, we should ban all late term abortions. The only exceptions on abortion are for rape, incest or health.” (Jun 2015) In Feb. of 2011, Trump stated, “I am pro-life, we need to fight Obamacare abortion funding.”

The NWO gang is fully in the bag for United Nations Agenda 21, which calls for the elimination of 85% of the world’s population. Pro-life certainly does not fit with the NWO plans of the GOP or DNC.

Education – Trump says Common Core is a disaster. He wants to cut the Department of Education way, way down, eliminating it would be even better. Our schools should be teaching American roots, and we should study our ancestry. Trump wants comprehensive education instead of limited subjects, as well as teaching citizenship, the Constitution, and American history. He wants an end to creative spelling.

The Republicans like Jeb Bush have been in the tank for Common core, and the total and thorough destruction of our once academic teaching. Remember it was Republican Reagan who signed two US/Soviet education agreements which changed our academic teaching into Pavlovian/Skinnerian behavioral dog training. Teaching to the test is the standard today. Republican Senator Lamar Alexander and his Republican cohorts want to control the children from infancy, all for the NWO global workforce.

Obamacare – Trump has stated that “Obamacare can’t be reformed, salvaged, or fixed. It’s that bad. Obamacare has to be killed now before it grows into an even bigger mess, as it inevitably will. If it’s not repealed, it will be more than just another failed government entitlement program–it will be the trillion-ton weight that finally takes down our economy forever.”

Obamacare is a heat-seeking missile that will destroy jobs & small businesses; it will explode health-care costs; and it will lead to health care that is far less innovative than it is today. Every argument that you’d make against socialism you can make against socialized health care, and any candidate who isn’t 100% committed to scrapping Obamacare is not someone America should elect president. Repealing Obamacare may be one of the most important and consequential actions our next president takes.

Remember that every Republican voted against Obamacare, but knew it would pass since they were the minority. They still tout this fact today, but what they don’t tell you is that when they had a majority, they failed to defund Obamacare. One of the Marxist tenets is to control health care, and the neo-con Republicans are all for it.

Illegal Immigration Donald Trump announced his five point plan about illegal immigration. The 5 points are very specific, and would turn the tide against two terms of President Barack Obama’s amnesty agenda!

He is focused on the 14th Amendment, which falsely grants citizenship to babies born in America of illegal aliens. He wants to change that, and has 5 ideas on how to secure the border.

1. Build a fence, deploy 25,000 additional border agents, utilize Predator drones.
2. Enforce immigration law.
3. No more cozy detention centers.
4. Oppose “DREAM Act.”
5. No future tuition benefits.

None of these points fit with any of the Republican candidates, nor the majority of the Republican congress. The NWO plan of a pathway to citizenship fits right in with not only NAFTA, but the North American Union. The latter was drafted at the Council on Foreign Relations by none other than Ted Cruz’s wife, Heidi.

Every issue mentioned by Trump has met with vicious and vitriolic responses from the GOP candidates as well as the entire Republican party. They are the number one attack dog, with the Democrats and MSM close behind. Don’t forget about Fox News with the first debate, and the ridiculous questions tossed by Megyn Kelly.

Conclusion

The criticisms of Trump are amazingly missing something. They are lacking in negative stories from those who work for him or have had business dealings with him. After all the employees he’s had and all the business deals he’s made, there is a massive void of criticism. In fact, long term employees call him a strong and merciful leader and say he is far more righteous and of high integrity than people may think.

Trump is a man unlike the rest of the GOP candidates. He gives to people unconditionally, and he doesn’t talk about it, nor does the news media, who should.

Remember the California family with the three year old child, Andrew Ten, who needed to get to a doctor in New York? The regular airlines wouldn’t fly the child because he needed oxygen as well as other medical equipment tomake the trip. The family called Trump, and the Donald sent his private plane to California for that family and took them to the New York physicians. [Link]

Donald Trump quietly helped out Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who was left to rot in a Mexican prison for 214 days, and who Obama ignored. A source told Top Right Newsthat the “money” Trump sent Tahmoreesi was “very substantial,” and included paying all of the family’s legal bills, financial needs while he was held prisoner for nearly a year, and cash to get him back on his feet.

This next story was verified by Mr. Trump on his show, The Apprentice, when someone asked him if it was true. Apparently his limo had a flat tire on the New Jersey highway, and an elderly couple stopped to help. Donald asked what he could do for the man who helped them, and he said, “Send my wife a bouquet.” The man had handed Donald his card, which included his address. Allegedly, Trump sent a beautiful bouquet, but also paid off their mortgage. [Link] This is the one story I cannot verify, but Mr. Trump claimed it was true.

As for Trump’s religious beliefs, he may not have the type of Christianity others think he should have, but I will tell you this. When he and his wife, Melania lived in Palm Beach, Florida in the Mar-a-lago estate and club, he and his wife attended church every Sunday. The only reason I know this is because I have very close personal friends who also attend this very same church, and saw them every Sunday.

If you want to know what Donald Trump stands for and believes, here is an article from Doug Johnson’s, Horse Sense blog that spells it out clearly and succinctly, and should make every conservative thrilled to have Donald Trump as the Republican Presidential Candidate for 2016. I know I will sleep a lot better with Mr. Trump in our White House.

Wake up, it’s our last chance to save America. Please, make this article to go VIRAL.

Pedophiles now seek acceptance

Written by Ashley Edwardson for ALLENBWEST.COM

We’re on a roll folks, towards the complete destruction of decency in our society. You know it, I know it, and so does a group of people – pedophiles — who, for the first time ever, sees some light at the end of their tunnel. We’re warning you now, get ready for an assault on children.

Pedophiles have been waiting in the shadows for some time and are, I fear, about to launch a campaign to become the next “victims” of an oppressive and mean-spirited society and demand their right to assault children.

And why shouldn’t they? After all, this practice seems to have acceptance in other parts of the world. Our own U.S. military is being told to the turn the other way when they see children being raped – just ask former Green Beret Charles Martland, who was summarily fired for standing up to a pedophile rapist and shoving him to the ground.

If you recall, we mentioned this shortly after the Supreme Court ruled on same-sex marriage, that pedophiles would be the next group to seek “acceptance.”

But the campaign for acceptance was started years ago. In 2011, an article in the Northern Colorado Gazette said “using the same tactics used by “gay” rights activists, pedophiles have begun to seek similar status arguing their desire for children is a sexual orientation no different than heterosexual or homosexuals.

In fact, in 1998 The American Psychiatric Association issued a report claiming “that the ‘negative potential’ of adult sex with children was ‘overstated’ and that ‘the vast majority of both men and women reported no negative sexual effects from childhood sexual abuse experiences.”