More ugly crimes

“…it appears that the climate establishment has discarded the so called “hot-spot”, once called the distinct human fingerprint. First so proclaimed in an IPCC Physical Sciences Working Group meeting in Madrid in late November 1995, the “hot-spot” became the justification for the statement: “the balance of evidence points towards a discernible human influence on global climate.” It was important in helping obtain the over $40 billion US government has spent in “climate science” since 1993, tens of billions on “climate change financing” and the tens of billions in tax subsidies for poor alternatives to fossil fuels – mainly solar and wind [the amounts are based on government reports and government definitions]. In “fighting” climate change, the US is spending almost as much as it did on all the Apollo missions, in 2012 dollars. The funds do not include the moneys the state department turned over to UN organizations in the closing days of the Obama Administration.”

“Part of the funds spent by the US went to the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and one of its parent organizations, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), largely through the State Department and the USAID. The IPCC has become an established political organization continuing to investigate the influence of greenhouse gases, mainly CO2, on the earth’s temperatures, but not rigorously rejecting or modifying hypotheses found faulty. Thus, the IPCC is masking its activities and undermining its own scientific credibility….”  ~ THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)


In other words, the Obama administration funded a massive growth in government agencies which will be able to do absolutely nothing of importance for the people, about a hypothetical problem that, by the laws of science, does not exist.  But, the ongoing solution that has been implemented by the governments of more than 150 nations already has cost the people many, many billions of dollars and there will be many billions more in this ongoing scam.  That money could have been better spent elsewhere.  For example, many millions of people have no electricity still.   Much to do about nothing, Shakespeare said.  Perhaps a trillion U.S. dollars have been wasted worldwide, ostensibly on reducing CO2 emissions, about reducing a trace gas in the atmosphere which is the primary nutrient of plants.  But, actually what we have done is employ many thousands of people in non-productive jobs, that is, jobs which produce nothing of value.

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Ugly crimes of the Obama administration

This will require several posts.

Obama Administration THREATENED Uranium One Informant (reblog)

The truly insidious nature of the Uranium One scandal is now coming to light, thanks to the bravery of the FBI’s informant who was critical in prosecuting the Russian agents who carried out a bribery and extortion scheme to get the deal signed. What is the next revelation in this scandalous saga?

According to this informant, who still remains unidentified (probably for his own safety, if anything), the Obama administration threatened him and his career because he wanted to speak out regarding the details of the scandal.

The informant had even brought a lawsuit against the administration because he felt that the information was that important. Last year, the Obama administration wanted him to drop the lawsuit, and threatened him and his career to try and coerce him into doing so, according to The Daily Caller.

“Victoria Toensing, the lawyer for the informant, told The Daily Caller’s Vince Coglianese that Obama Justice Department lawyers told her client that “his reputation and liberty [was] in jeopardy” if he did not drop a lawsuit against the government.

On Wednesday, the Trump Justice Department released the informant from a confidentiality agreement, clearing the way for him to testify before several congressional committees about his undercover work at Uranium One, a Canada-based energy company that has ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton and their family foundation.

In 2010, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), an inter-agency governmental committee that reviews applications for foreign purchases of companies, granted the Russia-owned energy company Rosatom the right to purchase Uranium One.

The informant was working with the FBI from 2009 to 2014 during their investigation of the chicanery surrounding the Uranium One deal. The investigation spanned several years, despite the deal being signed off in 2010. Nonetheless, in spite of the probe’s ongoing nature, no one on the Committee on Foreign Investment, nor anyone in Congress, was informed about the possible criminality the FBI was investigating.

This FBI informant knew what was going on, as he was directly involved in everything for years. The fact that the information still has not been made public is disconcerting, and the fact that he had to file a civil suit to lift the gag order is also disturbing as well. Not to mention the threats made against him to drop the suit. That adds another level of criminality to the entire scandal.

“The Russians have threatened him, and up until just last night the U.S. government has threatened him,” Toensing told Coglianese during an interview on WMAL’s “Mornings on the Mall.”

“He was told that if he didn’t dismiss the case his reputation and liberty were in jeopardy.”

The good news is that the Justice Department has lifted the gag order on the informant, and at some point soon he will likely testify before Congress about what he knows.

There will be a great deal of controversy surrounding his testimony. He may reveal information that could lead to arrest and prosecution of current and former government officials, at least we hope the information will be that potent and incriminating.

He better have armed security at his home and wherever he goes, 24/7 without fail. I’m sure there are threats against this man’s life beyond what will ever be made public. ~

by TFPP Editor (The Federalist Papers Project.)


Obama Appointed a Radical Islamist to Approve Russian Uranium Sale (reblog)

The deal that handed over 20 percent of America’s uranium resources to Vladimir Putin was approved by a radical islamist with a long history of involvement with Muslim Brotherhood-founded organizations.

Aimen Nabi Mir is the former president of the youth wing of the Islamic Society of North America. Obama picked him to lead the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS), technically a national security post within the Department of the Treasury.

Mir was chairman of the organization from 2009 to 2014. During that time, he was instrumental in CFIUS’s decision to approve the sale of Uranium One to Russia’s agency Rosatom.

Russian nuclear industry officials have been accused of engaging in bribery, kickbacks, extortion, and money laundering to secure the deal in a scandal that has involved the State Department, the FBI, Department of Justice, the Clinton Foundation, and the Russian government.

Mir also played a key role in the Treasury Department’s refusal to investigate the UAE’s Gulftainer 35-year cargo container terminal lease at Port Canaveral, a critical military infrastructure facility for U.S. naval and space operations, the Center for Security Policy writes. Both decisions severely damaged United States national security.

Mir’s Islamist connections are troubling. The Islamic Society of North America is the largest Muslim advocacy group in the country, and a front group for Muslim Brotherhood. They are also unindicted co-conspirators in the 2008 Holy Land Foundation/HAMAS terrorism funding trial.

Further, Aimen Mir is the son of Kashmir-born physician Dr. Ghulam Nabi Mir, an ISNA Founders Committee member. Dr. Mir is also the president of the World Kashmir Awareness Forum (WKAF), an Islamic platform Dr. Mir uses to aggressively advocate for Kashmir’s secession from India in order to join Pakistan. WKAF’s Secretary General “Dr.” Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai, is a convicted felon, also from Kashmir, who served as a Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI) operativeinside the United States.

In 2011, Fai was arrested by the FBI for covertly operating as a foreign agent while receiving millions from the ISI. He used some of that money to fund an elaborate lobbying operation pushing Kashmiri “independence” on unsuspecting U.S. officials who remained seemingly unaware that Pakistan was running the operation.

In 2013, Fai was granted early release from U.S. federal prison by the Justice Department.

Like his father’s ISI partner Fai, Aimen Mir appears to have been running his own operation at CFIUS.

Aimen Mir was the CFIUS Staff Chairperson from 2009 until 2014. During Mir’s five years in the staff chairperson’s seat, CFIUS approved Russia’s 2010 purchase of Uranium One, effectively handing Vladimir Putin control of 20 percent of America’s uranium. Also during Mir’s term, the Treasury Department refused to conduct two legally-required CFIUS investigations of Port Canaveral’s 2014 container terminal lease concession to the UAE’s Gulftainer.

That deal placed some very nefarious people inside the workings of a national security-sensitive US port.

The Treasury Department promoted Aimen Mir to Deputy Assistant Secretary for Investment Security in 2014 after the Clinton Foundation-connected Uranium One and Gulftainer Port Canaveral deals closed. Mir’s LinkedIn profile and post-Trump administration inauguration posts show he’s still at the Treasury Department, now as a career civil servant.

And now Mir is handing over America’s uranium resources to Vladimir Putin, and it was all arranged by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Everything goes as planned. ~ By


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Porn, Pedophilia and Prostitution

This sex crime stuff had to come out of the closet. It was going to come out as a legitimization of porn, pedophilia and prostitution, and who knows what else, or, it was going to come out as criminalization of porn, pedophilia and prostitution. Think of it as a kind of industrial reform. If only Windex worked for that.
In progressiveland, it was going to come out as a legitimization of porn, pedophilia and prostitution, and Woody Allen, Roman Polanski, (and their equivalents in government) would be welcomed back to the fold. Or, in GOPland it was going to come out as criminalization of porn, pedophilia and prostitution. Hollywood feed will be reruns of the OJ Simpson trial, staged as Perry Mason with a CSI lab with Precious as his sidekick. Debby does Dallas will be confined to cinema history libraries, banned from networks, off limits unless you are a dirty old academic cinematologist.
A crisis has emerged. So look who is holding the hammer. Think of it as a kind of industrial reform. Going forward, everything depends on how heavy handed GOPers get with these new regulated areas, and of course, the elephant in the room everyone with sense is watching, whether the GOPers in power deal justice to the actual perps. If GOPers don’t meter out by the-book-punishment to the actual perps, all of them, no coverups, then the next two elections will disrupt the status quo and neither party will be pleased.
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Around the Bush Again

One day, it might be interesting to know the vision of which President Bush speaks.  Just for reference.  It appears he wants to merge our interests as Americans with those of other nations and international organizations.  That’s quite a presumption, and one made by our living, former presidents, all of them.  However, in contrast and in fact, their sworn duty was to defend our interests as Americans, not to bargain them away.  They sold us down the stream of impractical visions.

Both former Presidents Bush would tell you that we could not allow Saddam Hussein to do something or other.  We had to go to war against Saddam.  Twice.  How were/are those events good for Americans?  And, while we are at it, let’s have Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton tell us under truth serum: how was the fall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and his regime good for Americans?  That’s just for starters, as we make our case against world government.

But don’t hold your breath Mr. Shapiro.  You may be the author of that Bush book.

But first, let’s deal with the fact that the Bush family and their CFR ilk have put us in continuous wars, and they have never described any practical vision with the possibility of getting us out of the war loop.  Sorry; that is neither conservative nor Reagan Conservative.  How, for example, are we, as Bush says, to pass down our culture to the next generation, when the policies of our living, former presidents, (e.g. big government solutions to everything, open borders multiculturalism and moral relativity, and non-stop regime change wars) have been actively diluting our culture?  Diluting one’s culture is not conservative.

Bush says they want to support Madison and the rest.  The Monroe doctrine in 1823 made it official U.S. policy and law to thwart European colonialism in the Americas.  Now, for reasons BushObamaClinton and their ilk fail to explain, we are supposed to believe that heavy immigration of non-European cultures is somehow a good thing for American citizens.  And you deem us nativist/anti-immigrant bigots if we don’t accept your belief.  Yet, by U.S. law, European colonialism was and apparently still is a bad thing for Americans.

One man’s bigotry is another man’s principles.  And between them is the path to quagmire, the path your leaders couldn’t abandon until exiting country in helicopters from the rooftop of the embassy, after they blew the country to pieces.  In America, the 50 years prior to 1823 were about expelling colonial powers from the United States of America, including two wars with England.  Most of our founders would have stopped there.  But not our anointed globalists.  The Vietnamese, the Afghanis and the Koreans know a thing or two about expelling colonial powers.  Let’s go fight with them.  After 1823 and the Monroe Doctrine, there were U.S. wars to expel colonial powers from the broader Americas.  Then the entire 20th century was consumed by wars to prevent that takeover of Europe by Germanics and to prevent the takeover of Asia by the Japanese.   But as of today, none of our living, former presidents has tried to prevent the colonization of America by Islam, even though we know, and Islamists say, their intent is  to take over completely, aided by a Saudi-funded boom of mosques and imams all around America.  Worse than silence by our living, former presidents, they have been helping the Saudis.

The Bush clan, and their CFR ilk, persist in pushing internationalism and globalism, you know, the new world order.  For reasons unknown to us, they are unable to adjust their dogmas to the failure of their vision and policies, which is so evident in the European Union today.  EU countries and regions within countries are pushing back against the EU bureaucrats.  They know the EU vision is impractical.  At home in America, we don’t want the third world fear and chaos now rolling into the EU.  But you revel in it, another opportunity for power.  We don’t want them to bring it here and we don’t want America’s brave young military volunteers to bring it home.

There appears to be no substitute for nationalism.  The alternative is irrational, is today’s Venezuela.

So let’s do get on around this Bush.  Stop the rhetoric.  Stop the wars.  Stop destroying our culture and our republic.  Rebuild it and protect it with more than your words.  Try the truth this time.


The Media Are Telling You George W. Bush Attacked Trump. Here’s What They’re Not Telling You.

ByBen Shapiro @benshapiro

October 19, 2017

On Thursday, former President George W. Bush spoke at the “Spirit of Liberty: At Home, In The World” event in New York. There, he delivered a barnburner address taking on the ideologies of both the Left, the “nationalist populist” Right, and the alt-right. Naturally, the press focused solely and exclusively on his attacks on “nationalist populism” (the scare quotes signify that this is not an actual ideology, but a pastiche of attitudes and ideas having little to do with a thoroughgoing philosophy) — Trumpism.

And, to be fair, Bush did excoriate elements of so-called Trumpism.

Bush explicitly and cogently attacked the West’s declining confidence in economic freedom and political democracy, condemning Europe’s “identity crisis,” which he said bred “insolvency, economic stagnation, youth unemployment, anger about immigration, resurgent ethno-nationalism, and deep questions about the meaning and durability of the European Union.”

He seemed to be referring to President Trump when he stated:

We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism — forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America. We see a fading confidence in the value of free markets and international trade — forgetting that conflict, instability, and poverty follow in the wake of protectionism. We have seen the return of isolationist sentiments — forgetting that American security is directly threatened by the chaos and despair of distant places, where threats such as terrorism, infectious disease, criminal gangs and drug trafficking tend to emerge.

But Bush did far more than that.

He led off by recognizing that the populist Lleft and populist Right had both forgotten some basic truths: that “America has encouraged and benefited from the global advance of free markets, from the strength of democratic alliances, and from the advance of free societies.” And he noted that the Left particularly had ignored the lessons of the Cold War: “There are some signs that the intensity of support for democracy itself has waned, especially among the young, who never experienced the galvanizing moral clarity of the Cold War, or never focused on the ruin of entire nations by socialist central planning.”

He explained that the divisions of Americans into tribal classes are quashing the American spirit:

Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication. … We have seen our discourse degraded by casual cruelty. At times, it can seem like the forces pulling us apart are stronger than the forces binding us together. Argument turns too easily into animosity. Disagreement escalates into dehumanization. Too often, we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions — forgetting the image of God we should see in each other.

In the end, Bush stated, all of this was a “combination of weariness, frayed tempers, and forgetfulness.”

Bush’s speech wasn’t perfect. He continued to express the unsupportable idea that “the desire for freedom is not confined to, or owned by, any culture; it is the inborn hope of our humanity.” That is obviously untrue, simply by glancing at either history or contemporary cultures around the world, many of which value purity or equality before freedom.
But Bush reminded Americans that “Freedom is not merely a political menu option, or a foreign policy fad; it should be the defining commitment of our country, and the hope of the world.” Both the nationalist populists and the modern-day Left have ignored that moral reality.

So while the media rush to point out Bush’s opposition to so-called Trumpism, they were willing to ignore his just-as-harsh attacks on Democratic leftism. Bush clearly called for hardening our defenses, including cyberdefense against Russia; he called for renewed American leadership around the world based on principles of freedom; he talked up globalization as both inevitable and desirable in economic terms. Most of all, he talked up education in virtue:

Our identity as a nation — unlike many other nations — is not determined by geography or ethnicity, by soil or blood. Being an American involves the embrace of high ideals and civic responsibility. We become the heirs of Thomas Jefferson by accepting the ideal of human dignity found in the Declaration of Independence. We become the heirs of James Madison by understanding the genius and values of the U.S. Constitution. We become the heirs of Martin Luther King, Jr., by recognizing one another not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. This means that people of every race, religion, and ethnicity can be fully and equally American. It means that bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed. And it means that the very identity of our nation depends on the passing of civic ideals to the next generation.

Bush condemned the media for failures of accuracy and fairness; he condemned religious institutions for abandoning the playing field; he condemned colleges for shutting down free expression.

Bush’s speech, in other words, was a ringing re-emphasized Reagan conservatism. The media ignore that the populist Left has more in common with the populist Right than with Bush’s perspective; they take advantage of the (R) next to Bush’s name to use him as a club against Trump. But Bush stood against both Trumpism and Obamaism; he stood in favor of a founding vision rather than the demagoguery of the moment.

And the media will never bother to headline that little fact. It might remind Americans that traditional conservatism is a better solution than either of the currently ascendant alternatives.


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Harvard University Study Reveals Astonishing Link Between Firearms, Crime and Gun Control

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Beating Around the Bush

You of course realize that buried in George W. Bush’s long and boring rhetoric is his point, the point of the globalist elites, that there is no turning back for America, or so they believe, and we have no alternative to their internationalist, globalist economy.  Welcome back to fascism.

I believe Amazon’s (Bezos’) model (free cash flow instead of net income) is the new model for the collectivist new world order. Companies of the globalist/collectivist elite will move away from ownership of private property.  The economy will be debt-financed as various types of lease structures. The city, the state, the federal government or some tax-free corporation or foundation will own the property, the warehouse, the land, the office building, the mine, the airplane, etc. Realizing that citizens and corporations are resisting the higher taxes that are and would be required to finance further growth of government/government control, and, desiring that growth to continue, the oligarchy will finance further growth of government via free cash flow rather than taxable net income.

For example, a football stadium financed by the common citizen’s taxes/bond, owned by a community and leased to the football team. The name of the stadium or the corporate headquarters will be part of an advertising contract, nothing else. We might as well call all of them Big Brother. The corporation will be able to quickly pick up and move on to another jurisdiction that is willing to offer them more, leaving the Detroits and Pittsburgs and their citizens to clean up the mess…and continue paying the taxes and bonds. The same model has been used for Olympic events for decades with a few exceptions (Los Angeles 1984 and Salt Lake City 2002 reported profits.) The citizens of the Olympic city or country are left holding the bag for decades after the event, before and during which the international elites swept the cash flow into secret bank accounts.  Regime change and wars are the hot end of that same stick.

You know, where they go out and bomb people and things.

In short, global collectivists are allowed to game the legal and financial systems to their advantage without regard to the long term interests of the community, though, all the while, their collectivist credo publicly and rhetorically promotes that same community. The laws do not apply to them, as they did not apply to the Clinton Foundation and the Clintons personally benefiting from the sale of U.S. uranium resources to Russia, as they did not apply to Harvey Weinstein in Hollywood, and many other examples. It is a mechanism that enables elites to avoid the traditional, moral, stakeholder responsibility to the communities where they are based, as well as avoiding ownership of private property.  The UN states the case.  Private property is anathema to collectivists. But private property is where the rubber hits the road.  They can walk away from the commons after they have overgrazed it and had their fill, a tragedy left behind and yet another crisis for government bureaucrats to regulate and control.  They need to control the commons, but that would be their downfall.  Because then they would have to pay for it and take responsibility for it.  They never learned the lesson of the failed commons, the tragedy of the commons.  Private property versus the tragedy and failure of the commons.

The globalist elites will make demands and those demands lead to more wars and regime changing.  They are unable to leave us alone and go in peace.

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Shrinking climate sensitivity to CO2

In scientific literature, estimates of the sensitivity of the climate to changes in CO2 concentration are shrinking and headed toward zero. “The trajectory for the published estimates of transient climate response (TCR, the average temperature response centered around the time of CO2 doubling) and equilibrium climate sensitivity (ECS, the temperature response upon reaching an equilibrium state after doubling) are shown to be declining from an average of about 3°C earlier in the century to below 2°C and edging towards 1°C for the more recent years.”

“This visual evidence would appear to indicate that past climate model determinations of very high climate sensitivity (4°C, 5°C, 6°C and up) have increasingly been determined to be in error. The anthropogenic influence on the Earth’s surface temperature has likely been significantly exaggerated.”



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Humanitarian Hoax of Socialism: reblog

Killing America With Kindness: The left-wing radical socialist Barack Obama opened the doors for the globalist elite by soft-selling socialism to America.

The Humanitarian Hoax is a deliberate and deceitful tactic of presenting a destructive policy as altruistic. The humanitarian huckster presents himself as a compassionate advocate when in fact he is the disguised enemy.

The distinguishing feature of fascism, communism, and Islamism is totalitarian centralized government. All power is vested in a central government and all aspects of life are controlled by its foundational ideology whether secular or religious.

In contrast, the United States is a federal republic that has a power sharing arrangement between its three branches of government. What distinguishes the governing structure of the United States is decentralization of power and the separation of Church and State. The U.S. government was designed by our Founding Fathers to specifically deny totalitarian rule to any political party or particular religion.

The Constitution is the supreme law of the United States and codifies the framework of our government. Interpretation of the Constitution and tensions between the federal government, state governments, and individual rights are integral to American politics and fluctuate according to the political party in power. Government agencies and institutions were designed to function as non-partisan components of the bureaucratic whole.

Probably the greatest source of political tension is the disagreement over the role of government in American life. In totalitarian governments there is no private property. The State owns all means of production and the people are basically employees of the State. There are two classes of people – the ruled and the rulers (masters and slaves). The decentralization of power in America and the individual freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution allowed private ownership of the means of production where people own, operate, and work for private businesses. Private ownership incentivized a strong extremely productive middle class and by WWII the United States of America was the most powerful country in the world. Our enemies were not happy.

It is the existence of private ownership and a strong middle class that provides the greatest defense against totalitarian rule which is precisely why enemies of the United States are determined to destroy the middle class and private ownership of means of production. This is where socialism enters the picture.

Socialism is a soft sell

Socialism is a soft sell. As Ayn Rand famously said “There is no difference between communism and socialism, except in the means of achieving the same ultimate end: communism proposes to enslave men by force, socialism – by vote. It is merely the difference between murder and suicide.”

Ayn Rand also compared socialism and fascism saying, “The difference between [socialism and fascism] is superficial and purely formal, but it is significant psychologically: it brings the authoritarian nature of a planned economy crudely into the open. The main characteristic of socialism (and of communism) is public ownership of the means of production, and, therefore, the abolition of private property. The right to property is the right of use and disposal. Under fascism, men retain the semblance or pretense of private property, but the government holds total power over its use and disposal.”

The humanitarian hucksters selling socialism in America deceitfully market it as the system that empowers the people by providing public ownership of the means of production. They disingenuously insist that the workers own the means of production without mentioning that the State manages the property. The State has the power in socialism – not the individual. Cuba and Venezuela are primetime examples of the outcome.

Fascism, communism/socialism, and Islamism are all totalitarian systems that have been or continue to be enemies of the United States. Theoretically all promise their adherents social justice and income equality provided by their centralized governments. Here is the problem – the application of fascism, communism, socialism, and Islamism exposes them as tyrannical and oppressive for all except the elite ruling class.

So why do people choose the fiction of the promise instead of the reality of the application? Why do people ignore the words of real people who have escaped the tyranny and oppression of totalitarianism?

Left-wing, radical socialist Barack Obama, the quintessential humanitarian huckster

The answer is that centralized governments are an escape from freedom. Their cradle-to-grave care appeals to the most dependent, regressive, and emotional parts of ourselves at the expense of our adult strivings for individual rights freedom and liberty. The government mommy and daddy control the infantalized citizens.

Decentralized governments provide freedom and appeal to the most independent rational adult parts of ourselves. Decentralized governments offer adult independence and freedom but require adult responsibility. The enemies of America did not go quietly into the night after WWII. They were determined to infantalize America and offer cradle-to-grave socialism to destroy the middle class.

America’s enemies understood that the U.S. would have to be defeated from within. They launched a deliberate effort to reverse traditional American strivings for adulthood, freedom, and independence in an effort to infantilize the American public and move the country toward socialism. Cry-bulliies on campus who now require safe spaces to protect themselves from unwelcome ideas are a glaring example of the success of the effort. The infantilized students at UC-Berkeley have similarly declared free speech dead on campus – opposing ideas apparently too threatening to their fragile egos.

Left-wing, radical socialist Barack Obama, the quintessential humanitarian huckster, politicized every American government institution during his two lawless terms. Activist judges, activist lawyers, activist politicians, activist teachers, activist curriculum developers, activist administrators, activist IRS CIA FBI CDC. Activists are not just a bunch of out-of-control college students, they are men and women in positions of power intent on destroying American democracy and replacing it with socialism.

Activists are a broad seemingly disparate genus joined by their activist ideology. The reason they are so dangerous is that they embrace a lawless ends justifies the means mentality. So, now the country is confronted with whole institutions that lawlessly pursue a political agenda that is antithetical to American democracy. The censorship and disabling of accounts on social media is a particularly disturbing phenomenon.

Globalism is the clear and present danger to the United States of America today

In his famous 1961 farewell address President Eisenhower warned America against the “unwarranted influence” of the military-industrial complex. He advised the public to “guard against the grave danger that public policy itself could become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”

Eisenhower understood how the increasing power of the military-industrial complex could threaten the decentralized power sharing arrangement of the U.S. government. His words echoed the words of English aristocrat Lord Bertrand Russell in his 1952 book The Impact of Science on Society. Eisenhower’s words were a warning, Russell’s words were a promise of the new world order and one-world government.

Both men anticipated the power of the scientific-technological elite. Both could imagine industry (means of production) being consolidated into the hands of fewer multi-national conglomerates. But neither could have imagined the application of science and technology in a digital age of information wars where the manipulating and censoring of information could direct public opinion worldwide and destabilize governments including our own. The Internet and the World Wide Web did not exist in their time.

Neither could have imagined the globalist elite being in control of the means of production AND a weaponized politicized worldwide information industry. Globalism is the clear and present danger to the United States of America today. It is the existential threat of the expanded military-industrial complex capable of creating a worldwide echo chamber that controls public opinion completely.

The left-wing radical socialist Barack Obama opened the doors for the globalist elite by soft-selling socialism to America.

The left-wing radical socialist Barack Obama opened the doors for the globalist elite by soft-selling socialism to America. Globalism requires socialist nations that manage the means of production to be internationalized into their new world order of one-world government.

Eisenhower’s parting hope for America that our democracy “survive for all generations to come, not to become the insolvent phantom of tomorrow” will be dead.

After 241 years of decentralized government and American freedom the world will be returned to the dystopian existence of masters and slaves because a willfully blind American public was seduced by Barack Obama, the quintessential humanitarian huckster, deceitfully promising hope and change for America. The Humanitarian Hoax of Socialism will have succeeded in killing America with “kindness.”

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Linda Goudsmit (,  is a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She and her husband, Rob owned and operated a girls clothing store in Michigan for 40 years and are now retired on the beach in sunny Florida. Linda graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, earning a B.A. in English literature. Having a lifelong commitment to learning, she is an avid reader and observer of life. She has shared her thoughts, observations, and philosophy of behavior in her book DEAR AMERICA Who’s Driving the Bus? Linda is currently working on a children’s book series titled Mimi’s STRATEGY that offers helpful problem solving techniques encouraging resourcefulness and critical thinking skills for kids.

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What we bring

“The world is not a ‘global community’ but an arena where nations, non-governmental actors, and businesses engage and compete for advantage,” wrote Trump advisors H.R. McMaster and Gary Cohn in a Wall Street Journal OpEd. “We bring to this forum unmatched military, political, economic, cultural and moral strength. Rather than deny this elemental nature of international affairs, we embrace it.” That is President Trump’s America First doctrine.

The Economist magazine, speaking for the New World Order: “Yet liberal internationalism is now under attack from many sides. Donald Trump’s America First doctrine explicitly repudiates it.”



A frontal attack by David Brooks, one of the fake conservatives at the New York Times.

The OpEd by H.R. McMaster and Gary Cohn.

The Economist, run by the Rothschild banker clan, goes after Trump again:

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How to balance the federal budget

Cut most of the Dept of Education.

Cut most of the Dept of Agriculture and all of the support for ethanol fuels and subsidies to farmers.

Cut most of Dept of Energy and EPA.

Cut most of Dept of Transportation.

Repeal Obamacare entirely and aggressively prosecute Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security fraud (which requires Tort reform).

Aggressively prosecute Housing and Urban Development fraud (which requires Tort reform.)

Aggressively reform military /DOD procurement and prosecute fraud. Eliminate “black” or hidden operational budgets for military/DOD/intelligence. (Note in 2001, Sec of Defense Rumsfeld announced $2.3 Trillion was lost/gone missing by the DOD, an amount equal to the entire tax revenue of the USA in that year.)

Eliminate the CIA and NSA and several other clandestine and secret agencies. Merge any necessary functions into a reformed FBI.

Repeal the Administrative Procedures Act, which will remove the regulatory/legislative authority of federal agencies, which was unconstitutionally delegated from the Congress to the Executive branch by the Act, which will reduce the size of the federal bureaucracy and reduce the huge cost of regulatory compliance paid by the private sector.

Private sector job gains by cutting federal budget

Build the border wall, enforce immigration laws on aliens and corporations, and deport illegal aliens immediately when found (saves over $100 billion per year, Robt Recter at Heritage estimates amnesty for illegal aliens “would cost taxpayers at least $2.6 Trillion.”…/amnesty-will-cost-us… (For example, specifically, in 2010 dollars, the lifetime costs of Social Security benefits alone to beneficiaries of Obama’s amnesty would be about $1.3 trillion.)

Convert most federal agencies into agencies to advise the states, rather than to administer and regulate federal programs.  A member of Congress is responsible for  keeping their constituent’s money at home, not to bring home the bacon from Washington, D.C., much less supranational agencies like the EU.  

Outlaw secrecy and spying by the federal government except in confirmed cases of need for national defense.

Open up government controlled lands to free market exploration and development of natural resources, to restore US strategic stockpiles and make US energy independent and an exporter of energy, which will in turn generate license and royalty revenues and tax revenue to the government. Return most federal lands (except military bases) to the states.  The federal government unconstitutionally controls most of the land and resources in the US and the government is generating very little benefit to citizens from this control.

Obama Oil and Gas Leases

Close almost all US military bases overseas and bring home U.S. military people except those protecting US Embassies and Consulates.

Eliminate and outlaw the sale or gift of U.S. weapons, military technology and mercenary armed forces, training, weapons and funding by government, corporations or individuals to other nations except in cases of declared war.

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