A new U.S. dollar if you dare

The Russians have been interfering in American elections since the Russian Revolution. Americans have been interfering with Russian elections since WWII. Where’s the beef? Just more sour grapes from sore losers attempting to cover up the corruption of so-called “progressive” politicians.

American voters have soundly rejected so-called “progressive” values and their agenda. During Obama’s 8 years in office, Democrats lost a net of more than 1000 elected offices at the national and state level. RINO Republicans are also losing offices. Trump ran against them all and won. Since the agenda of so-called “progressives” in both parties, which includes almost all of mainstream media, has been rejected, now all they have left is to run against Trump to try to stop him from reversing Obama’s policies. Trump is rapidly, on a daily basis, reversing many Obama’s policies.

Unfortunately though, Trump is continuing the fully bipartisan neo-con regime change wars of hegemony by the military industrial complex started by Brzezinski under Jimmy Carter. And neither has Trump drained the festering sore, the treasonous swamp that is the U.S. secret intelligence agencies.

We need to make peace and business with the Russians while keeping our head about us. Trump is the only negotiator since Kennedy with the skills to accomplish that. Ever since Stalin, it has been Russian policy to diminish U.S. power, prestige and confidence.  Putin is no different.  But could he become so?  Today the U.S. has more in common with Russians than we do with the EU, except that Hungary, Czech, Romania, Poland are good allies. The U.S. can no longer be allied with western Europe because of their infiltration by the Muslim Brotherhood, whose mission is nothing less than global domination, under the color of authority provided by the United Nations and European Union. Italy and Greece will fall soon to the Islamic invasion and debt. Business in western EU nations will crash hard now. The European Central Bank (ECB) is unable to rescue Italy and Greece, and a major financial and humanitarian crisis will accelerate, but the U.S. under Trump will not bail them out on the backs of U.S. taxpayers.

If the U.S. Federal Reserve tries to bail out the ECB, that will instigate a crisis between the Trump administration which will have congressional and popular support versus the Federal Reserve. That crisis is likely to result in the re-nationalization of the U.S. dollar under the U.S. Treasury, which of course reports to the President, to replace the current global $200 TRILLION U.S. dollar-based debt bubble built by the Federal Reserve Notes piled onto the full faith and credit of U.S. taxpayers. We will have a new U.S. dollar based on reserves of some kind. However, despite the profligate 100+ years of progressive annual devaluation of the wealth of U.S. citizens by the quasi-private banking industry known as the Federal Reserve System, is it a good idea and time to give the U.S. federal government more power?

The U.S. also needs a new mainstream media of record. Call it Radio Free America. Mainstream media in America is now the cover story for sedition and resistance to our republican government by the people and for the people.

“If I haven’t made it clear, let me do so now. The behavior of much of the media, but especially The New York Times, was a disgrace. I don’t believe it will ever recover the public trust it squandered.” …

“The 2016 election was the media’s Humpty Dumpty moment…In case there is any doubt, 2017 is confirming that the standards are still dead. The orgy of visceral Trump-bashing continues unabated.”

Quotes from Michael Goodwin, Chief Political Columnist for the New York Post, journalism professor at Columbia Univ Graduate School of Journalism, former reporter and City Hall Bureau Chief at The New York Times.

About budbromley

Bud is a retired life sciences executive. Bud's entrepreneurial leadership exceeded three decades. He was the senior business development, marketing and sales executive at four public corporations, each company a supplier of analytical and life sciences instrumentation, software, consumables and service. Prior to those positions, his 19 year career in Hewlett-Packard Company's Analytical Products Group included worldwide sales and marketing responsibility for Bioscience Products, Global Accounts and the International Olympic Committee, as well as international management assignments based in Japan and Latin America. Bud has visited and worked in more than 65 countries and lived and worked in 3 countries.
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