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US Duped By “Monumental” Lie About Charlottesville

Souza Charlottesville

Dinesh D’Souza on the hidden history Democrats want to ignore

There’s no reason for Charlottesville, Virginia, and other Southern cities to remove statues like that of Robert E. Lee as long as racist Democrats continue to be honored throughout the country, contends Dinesh D’Souza, author of the sensational historical expose “The Big Lie: Exposing The Nazi Roots Of The Far Left.”


D’Souza blasted the national media and Charlottesville officials for creating a disastrous conflict based on a lie.
“Let’s start with the fact this whole thing was kicked off because of an attempt to take down a monument to Robert E. Lee,” D’Souza told WND. “Here’s the irony: Robert E. Lee was the most decorated soldier in the U.S. Army. He was a man of unimpeachable integrity. Lincoln offered him command of the Union Army, but Lee refused only because his loyalty was to Virginia. Lee opposed both secession and slavery.
“And yet to the historically illiterate left, a man who opposed both slavery and secession has come to symbolize both slavery and secession.”
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D’Souza said the controversy is a massive attempt at historical misdirection.
Instead of truthfully confronting American history, D’Souza alleges the left-wing media and the Democratic Party are trying to pin the blame for slavery and racism on those who do not deserve it.



“God has given Trump auhority to take out Kim Jong Un” Evangelical Advisor Says

Science Fiction Author Frank Herbert once remarked that politics and religion should never ride in the same car.  Unfortunately, such a thing is the NWO ultimate goal. Check out this rather subjective and selectively creative use of Biblical  verse to justify death and destruction. One wonders how this pastor “knows” that God gave such authority to Trump? And what difference would it make if he acted without “divine authority”?

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Article Source: Washington Post:

religionTexas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress, one of President Trump’s evangelical advisers who preached the morning of his inauguration, has released a statement saying the president has the moral authority to take out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
“When it comes to how we should deal with evil doers, the Bible, in the book of Romans, is very clear: God has endowed rulers full power to use whatever means necessary — including war — to stop evil,” Jeffress said. “In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un.”
Jeffress said in a phone interview that he was prompted to make the statement after Trump said that if North Korea’s threats to the United States continue, Pyongyang will be “met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
The biblical passage Romans 13 gives the government authority to deal with evildoers, Jeffress said. “That gives the government to the authority to do whatever, whether it’s assassination, capital punishment or evil punishment to quell the actions of evildoers like Kim Jong Un,” he said.
He said that many pacifist Christians will cite Romans 12, which says, “Do not repay evil for evil,” but Jeffress says that that passage is referring to Christians, not to the government.
“A Christian writer asked me, ‘Don’t you want the president to embody the Sermon on the Mount?’ ” he said, referring to Jesus’s famous sermon. “I said absolutely not.”

In his sermon on the morning of Trump’s inauguration, Jeffress, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, compared Trump to the story of the biblical leader Nehemiah who helped rebuild the city of Jerusalem.
The first step of rebuilding the nation, Jeffress said, was the building of a wall around Jerusalem to protect its citizens. “You see, God is not against building walls,” Jeffress said in his sermon at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington.
Jeffress is no stranger to controversy. He has said in the past that former president Barack Obama paved the way for the antichrist and drew wide attention for calling Mormonism a cult during the 2012 Republican primaries. Jeffress knows his comments on North Korea could be considered controversial, even among fellow evangelicals.
“Some Christians, perhaps younger Christians, have to think this through,” he said. “It’s antithetical to some of the mushy rhetoric you hear from some circles today. Frankly, it’s because they are not well taught in the scriptures.”
Over the past two years, Jeffress said, Trump has been “very measured, very thoughtful in every response.”
“People instinctively know that this president is not going to draw an imaginary red line and walk around it like President Obama did,” he said.
Attitudes about North Korea among evangelicals are unclear, he said.
“I think many evangelicals, like most Americans, really don’t pay attention to global affairs,” Jeffress said. “I believe we’re all going to be forced to soon if North Korea isn’t dealt with decisively.”
Jeffress last met with Trump in July when a group of pastors laid hands on the president in the Oval Office. He said now that health care is off the table, evangelicals are hoping for tax reform, though he didn’t have any specifics in mind.
Jeffress, who was was an early supporter of Trump, has said that after sharing Wendy’s cheeseburgers in Iowa, he believed Trump would be the next president and that it would be because God placed him there. In July, his church choir and orchestra performed a song called “Make America Great Again” at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts where Trump was in attendance.

Tillerson’s Message To North Korea

Tillerson North Korea

”We do not seek a regime change, we do not seek the collapse of the regime, we do not seek an accelerated reunification of the peninsula, we do not seek an excuse to send our military north of the 38th parallel [the border with South Korea].
“But you are presenting an unacceptable threat to us, and we have to respond.”

“We’re not your enemy, we’re not your threat but you’re presenting an unacceptable threat to us and we have to respond.”

(Rex Tillerson)

This week the US military shot down a medium-range target ballistic missile in its latest test of the country’s THAAD defence programme.
The launch, conducted over the Pacific Ocean, was the 15th time the weapons system had successfully intercepted a test target.


Tillerson message North Korea

One wonders just how much of a threat North Korea really is. Not much I would imagine. The US can easily deal with any of NK’s missiles practically the moment they leave the launch pad. In some respects, Tillerson’s comments seem somewhat reverse of the truth. However, with media hype and “sabre-rattling”, I think the US is trying to embolden NK: an excuse to retaliate to an apparent threat. Unless the China-Russia coalition intervene and reign in the seclusive nation. Or take more drastic action should such an approach fail. Perhaps China is quite deliberately “failing” to reign in Kim Jong Un and the US is taking precisely the path China wants them to?

Heck, I’m no expert on the “wheels within wheels” world of military and political strategy. What do you think?

I’d like to think China is smarter than to engage in direct open warfare with the US and continue with low key, assymetric techniques. China seems to understand well that America’s military is both it’s greatest strength and it’s Achilles Heel.


Trump’s Choices, by Paul Craig Roberts



Trump’s Choices
Paul Craig Roberts


Trump last HopeDonald Trump as President of the United States was humanity’s hope, or, I should say, the hope of that part of humanity aware of the danger inherent in provoking conflict between nuclear powers. For two decades, the Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama regimes have thrown sticks, stones, and nasty words at the Russian bear. The US has broken and withdrawn from security agreement after security agreement and has compounded the threat that Russia sees by conducting war games on Russia’s borders, staging a coup in Ukraine, a province of Russia for centuries, and by a continuous stream of false accusations against Russia.
The result of this irresponsible, thoughtless, and reckless policy toward Russia was the announcement a few weeks ago (ignored by the US media) by the Russian high command that Russian military planners have concluded that Washington is preparing a surprise nuclear attack on RussiaTrump last Hope Nuclear
This is the most alarming event of my lifetime. Now that Washington’s criminally insane have convinced Russia that Russia is in Washington’s war plans, Russia has no alternative but to prepare to strike first.
During the Cold War both sides received numerous false alarms of incoming ICBMs, but because both sides were working to reduce tensions, the alarms were disbelieved. But today with Washington having raised tensions so high, both sides are likely to believe the false alarm. The next false alarm could bring the end of life on earth, and for this there is no one to be blamed but Washington.
Trump’s emphasis on normalizing relations with Russia was a great relief to people sufficiently intelligent to understand the consequences of nuclear war. But none of these people are in Washington, the Democratic Party, the Republian Party, the military/security complex, or among the presstitutes that pass for a media in America. All of these people want to destroy Trump because he wants to make peace with Russia.
Of the 535 members of the House and Senate, 530 voted in support of a bill that violates the separation of powers and prevents President Trump from removing sanctions on Russia. As the vote is so over-whelming that it is veto proof, the White House has announced that Trump will sign the bill, thus surrendering and giving up on his goal of restoring normal relations with Russia.
The White House believes that as the bill is veto proof, all that Trump could achieve by a veto is to prove the charges that he is a Russian agent and is using his office to protect Russia, and this could easily be turned into an impeachment proceeding.
However, there are things Trump could do, and since defusing the threat that Russia sees is essential to the avoidance of war, it is imperative that Trump do everything he can to prevent the military/security complex and its servants in Congress and the media from locking America into deadly conflict with Russia.
As I wrote yesterday (, Trump could take his case to the American people in a major speech and point out that Congress is violating the separation of powers, hamstringing the power of the presidency, and making it illegal for him to reduce the dangerous tensions that previous administrations have created with a major nuclear power.
Trump could also tell Congress that their law is unconstitutional and that he won’t sign or veto the bill, and if Congress persists he will take it to the Supreme Court.
Trump could also get on the telephone with the German politicians and corporate CEOs who have denounced the sanctions as illegal and intended to serve US business interests at the expense of Germany. He should tell them to force Merkel to announce that Germany will not accept the sanctions. The EU leadership also denounces the sanctions. Trump, with a little effort, can organize so much European opposition that he can tell Congress that as the President of the United States he cannot permit a collection of mindless morons, which is what Congres is, to destroy Washington’s empire by driving Europeans out of it. If Trump can get the Europeans to act, he can defeat the bill, which is really nothing but Congress’ service to its political campaign contributors in the military/security complex and the US energy industry.

Trump Fighter
Trump is a fighter. And this is Trump’s fight. He has everything to gain by rising to the challenge, and so do the rest of us. The entire world should get behind Trump as there is no one else to defuse the tensions that are leading to nuclear war.
I have been amazed at the stupidity and mendacity of the American liberal-progressive-left, who have fallen in line with the military/security complex’s effort to destroy Trump, because peace with Russia takes away the orchestrated enemy so essential to the budget and power of the military/security complex. Of course, America no longer has a left. The left has been displaced by Identity Politics, a Zionist creation, as Gilad Atzmon explains in his books, that is proving effective in destroying the goyim by teaching them to hate one another. In Identity Politics, everyone is the victim of white heterosexual males, whom Identity Politics defines as misogynist, racist, homophobic gun nuts—Hillary’s “Trump deplorables.” As the “deplorables” voted for Trump, the liberal-progressive-left hate Trump and are helping the military/security complex destroy him even it it means nuclear war.
As I predicted would be the case, Trump had no idea how to appoint a government that would be on his side, and obviously failed completely. He is continually contradicted by his UN ambassador, his Seretary of State, his National Security Advisor, his Secretary of Defense. Trump is alone in his government.
So, he might as well fight. Address the American people. Organize the angry Europeans. Take the fight to criminally insane Washington before the criminals destroy the world in war.
Already in the 21st century Washington has destroyed in whole or part seven countries, producing millions of refugees who, together with immigrants claiming refugee status, are altering the populations of European countries and wipng Europe off of the face of the earth.
This is Europe’s reward for being Washington’s vassal.
Trump should say to Europe: “It is time to tell Washington that you have had enough!”
If Trump doesn’t fight and is led away by the morons advising him into the camp of the ruling oligarchs, Trump, in order to perform in a leadership role will lead American wars against the world. As a war leader he will be supported by the ruling oligarchy, and the dumbshit liberal-progressives, having helped the military/security complex defeat Trump’s initiative for peace with Russia, will have not a leg to stand on.
Here is my prediction. Trump’s personality compells him to be a leader. Trump, having been defeated in his peace initiative by the military/security complex, the liberal-progressive-left, the corrupt Democrats, the corrupt Republicans, and the whores who pass for a media will regain leadership via wars and aggression against foreign enemies.
Trump has already put illegal sanctions on Venezuela, hoping to overthrow Venezuelian democracy and restore Washington’s rule through the small group of right-wing Spanish who have traditionally dominated Venezuela.
Russia and China had a chance to come to Venezuela’s aid and to prevent the coming overthrow of the democratically elected government by Washington, but both countries lacked the necessary vision. Once Washington overthrows the Venezuelan government, Washington will overthrow the government in Ecuador and have Julian Assange’s diplomatic asylum revoked. Once Assange is tortured into claiming that Wikileaks is a Russian/American oganization financed by Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, Assange will be put to death, and the dumbshit Americans will cheer. Then Washington will overthrow Bolivia and have a purge conducted in Brazil against all political leaders who are not on the CIA’s payroll.
Then Washington will brand Russia and China “outlaw nations” and surrounded as they will be with US nuclear missiles and ABM sites, Washington will demand surrender or destruction.
It all seems a fantasy, doesn’t it. But it is very real.

Paul Craig Roberts

Slogans And Stickers Of Negativity, By G Squared

They voted both FOR Trump, and AGAINST Sick Mama. They voted for policies and a promise of a rational future, as against stupidity.
The Democratic Party has no Champion and no Message. At this time they are attempting to gain traction by slogans and stickers of negativity against Republican candidates. In preparation for the looming November 2018 Mid-Term Elections.
The Donkey Party needs to reinvent itself by the end of 2017. Or hope that the fictions it has evolved and articulated, are sufficient to carry its meaningless loud and proud candidates, over the line in November 2018.
It needs to wrest control of The US House of Representatives. In its final bid for relevance.
They will probably wheel out Obama. He also doesn’t have a term limit in Congress. Pelosi, their House of Representatives Leader, has a bad case of Alzheimer’s. Schumer, their Senate Leader, has a bad case of screaming ‘Bitch’ to anyone he doesn’t like.
His airline flights between New York and Washington, are legend. Senator Gillibrand, Schumer’s cohort, has her head firmly inserted where the sun does not shine. Her only perceptions resonate from LGBT reverberations.
They killed-off Sanders, so they could front Sick Mama, as their ‘Candidate’. A worse choice could hardly be imagined. The stench of; child sex abuse, rape, drug dealing, violence, murder, thieving, and lying, is not going to dissipate.
Tragically, America has been debased to the point that; if the narrative comes from The Democratic Party, through MSM and supported by Washington Deep State Interests; it’s a lie.
The worst failings of Sanders were; his incoherent rants, lying, and economic ignorance. The decision to run Sick Mama against Trump, was the best choice for The GOP.
All their policies and agendas; since at least; the disastrous Obama era; have been concerned with forced social engineering. The many aspects of which are; not the new enlightening; not progressive liberalism, not an awareness, and not any advance in any capacity.
Obama did not bow to Abdullah to receive a medal. He is a gay black muslim, non-American, war-mongering, Cover CIA, GHWB puppet, Goldmanite.

The forcing of entrenched discourses of the disgruntled, intellectualised, and the self-marginalised, miniscule factions. Posturing a voice and relevance well beyond any reality.
The very silent vast majorities spoke; in November 2016. But the over-opinionated, irrelevant, nauseous and loud, self-indulgent, arrogant and ignorant, refuse to listen.
It needs to be understood that the total annihilation of The Democratic Party in November 2018 is not a revulsion of any democratic relevance by virtue of a Two-Party System. A new party will form. And any believed extremism in one or other direction of the alleged political spectrum; will not eventuate.
There is a believable centrist ideology that has evolved in America. Don’t be surprised if ‘Independent’ candidates begin to form a common narrative in early 2018. As the beginnings of that third party, to become the second party; to replace or rework this former Democratic Party.
And of course; despite best efforts to continue the practices; the massive voter frauds that are the culture of The Democratic Party need to be prevented. The only positive, in contemporary history, from the frauds. was the ‘election’ of JFK. Who in turn developed a following.
Nixon was variously demonised through MSM. And JFK; a Catholic elitist with overwhelming personal baggage of deceptions, and monied from the prohibition era, succeeded with Mafia connections.
America is not a true Democracy. It is a Constitutional Republic. Its postured democratising, while regime changing, to loot and pillage, is the reality of its invasions, incursions, and occupations. These actions were disguised during the; Slick Willy, Barry Soetoro, and Sick Mama, years of executive occupancy in Washington.
The irrelevant and self-marginalised will always find a voice. But to posture some enormous mythical reality beyond truth, will never occur in any meaningful form.
The Democratic Party, beyond the comparable sectarian interests factionalised in The Republican Party, attracted the manipulators and handlers. The destructive paths to continue.
The world has been damaged by the incessant manipulations by those, hidden from view, and under the mantle of plausible denial. At least to the uninformed, or those believing they are further informed. Those on either side of the line of reality and truth.

 by G Squared, edited by Martin H.

‘They do NOTHING for us’ Donald Trump threatens China for inactivity over North Korea

DONALD Trump has issued a thinly-veiled threat to China for their lack inactivity in helping to reign in North Korea.
By Charlie Bayliss
PUBLISHED: 00:44, Sun, Jul 30, 2017 | UPDATED: 03:36, Sun, Jul 30, 2017

China Trump

The hermit state has carried out two missile blasts within the space of a week, and despite China publicly condemning Pyongyang, Mr Trump’s patience appears to have worn thin.

In two separate tweets, Mr Trump said: “I am very disappointed in China. Our foolish past leaders have allowed them to make hundreds of billions of dollars a year in trade, yet…

“…they do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk. We will no longer allow this to continue. China could easily solve this problem!”
Mr Trump’s tweets come after North Korea’s ICBM launch on Friday, which is reportedly capable of hitting mainland US cities.
In retaliation to the provocative launch, the US and South Korea conducted a surface-to-surface missile blast into the Sea of Japan just hours later.
Mr Trump said: “The United States will take all necessary steps to ensure the security of the American homeland and protect our allies in the region.”

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Trump Takes Victory Lap On Healthcare Vote, Tangles With Protestors And Jokes With Crowd

Trump and Melania spoke in Youngstown, Ohio – the sixth such ‘campaign’ rally
Before they took the stage, Trump’s pregnant daughter-in-law Lara and first son Eric warmed up the crowd 
At least three protesters were kicked out of the Covelli Centre, a converted hockey arena
President took victory lap after Tuesday’s 51-50 Senate vote that moved an Obamacare repeal bill forward
Trump was in his usual mood to bash reporters, calling the news media ‘a dishonest group of people’
Warmest and most sustained applause was for economic issues, jobs and revitalizing factories 

By David Martosko, Us Political Editor For In Youngstown, Ohio
Published: 09:10 +10:00, 26 July 2017 | Updated: 15:50 +10:00, 26 July 2017

Donald Trump took a victory lap Tuesday night in Ohio, hours after being on the winning side of a legislative squeaker that will restart the national debate over Obamacare.
‘You think that’s easy? That’s not easy,’ the president declared as he congratulated the U.S. Senate for moving ‘to begin debating a bill repealing and replacing the Obamacare disaster!’
‘It’s time for Democrats to stop resisting. That’s their term. “Resist! Resist!”‘ Trump fumed, moments after drawing a giant ‘Boooo!’ at the mention of President Barack Obama’s name.
‘They have to do finally what’s right for the American people, but probably we’ll do it ourselves,’ he said, referring to Republicans in Congress.
‘Today we won 51 to 50 and didn’t get one Democrat vote. Think of it,’ he vented.
Earlier, after a raucous round of ‘CNN sucks!’ cheers brought on by a presidential critique of ‘fake news,’ a more sinister roar floated through a Youngstown arena.
A man holding a pillowcase painted with ‘Trump/Pence Must Go’ shouted at the president from about 20 yards away.
For two full minutes police made their way to the solo demonstrator as fans clawed at his banner. Trump stood silent, watching and furrowing his brow.
At last, with the protester and his banner yanked outside, Trump deadpanned: ‘Where the hell did he come from?’

Trump Victory lap


Donald Trump applauds as he walks across the stage prior to his campaign-style rally in Ohio on Tuesday night



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Is This The Future Of Healthcare In America?

Is this really the future of healthcare in America?

The Press25 Jul 2017NICK ALLEN

Future of America?

People wait to receive medical and dental care at the Remote Area Medical Clinic in Wise, Virginia.
“This organisation was designed to parachute into the most God-awful places. I expected to see stuff like this in South Sudan and Haiti, but it’s right here in the United States of America.” Stan Brock, Remote Area Medical
As Republican politicians in Washington bickered over the fate of ObamaCare, hundreds of desperate people queued outside a county fairground 650km away over the weekend in the hope of receiving basic medical treatment. Teeth rotting, blood pressure soaring, some on crutches or with oxygen tanks, they limped in through the darkness. Some had camped in a field or slept in their cars to be first in line.
This massive free healthcare event, staffed by volunteer doctors and nurses, treated thousands of people over the weekend. Inside a barn, animal stalls were transformed into makeshift medical facilities. A team of optometrists tested for glaucoma in the chicken house. Mammograms and skin examinations took place in articulated lorries.
‘‘I just wish I could get President Trump to come and see this,’’ said Stan Brock, a British philanthropist and founder of Remote Area Medical, the charity behind it. ‘‘The people here are Mr Trump’s constituency, they’re his voters, and it drives me up the wall. If he saw what was happening I’m sure he’d do something about it. Unfortunately I can’t contact him because I don’t tweet.’’ Brock, 80, added: ‘‘This organisation was designed to parachute into the most God-awful places. I expected to see stuff like this in South Sudan and Haiti, but it’s right here in the United States of America.’’
Last week the Republican bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, a cornerstone pledge of Trump’s campaign, failed in the US Senate.
ObamaCare, the signature domestic policy legacy of his predecessor, led to 20 million more Americans getting health insurance. Repealing it became a cause celebre for Republicans who regard it as costly government overreach, and an unworkable system.
The Senate bill would not only dismantle ObamaCare, it would introduce swingeing US$800 billion cuts over the next decade to Medicaid, the social security healthcare subsidy programme for the unemployed.
As the unfortunate hobbled into the Wise fairground the headline on a morning paper screamed ‘‘32 million more to be uninsured under Republican plan’’. National polls also show ObamaCare is more popular than ever, with a majority of Americans in favour of it for the first time.
But, extraordinarily, many of those in direst need, and who could suffer most under the Trump-backed Senate bill, are still squarely behind the president. The Telegraph interviewed half a dozen Trump voters receiving healthcare at the fairground. Every one said ObamaCare should be repealed, and that they believed Trump would introduce something better.
Their reasons varied. Some had gained coverage under ObamaCare but were unable to meet the rising cost of monthly premiums. Others said they knew little of the detail of the Senate bill, simply pledging faith in Trump.
‘‘I love Trump,’’ said Margaret Harris, 54, shaking her head as she was told Trump backed massive cuts in healthcare spending. She added: ‘‘ObamaCare don’t pay for false teeth and glasses and I blame the Democrats. I’m diabetic and I can’t hardly see you. I need glasses but I ain’t got $400 to pay for them. I know Trump will get it done for us.’’ Similarly, Robert Hicks, 75, a former truck driver who has no insurance, added: ‘‘That’s not Trump, it’s the people in Congress.’’ Hicks, who was having five rotten teeth pulled from his mouth, added: ‘‘I know he’s trying to help us and I’m still with him. We need to vote out the people in Congress who aren’t helping him.’’
Terry Turner, 53, who suffered a broken neck in a factory accident, had much of his care covered by Medicaid, but seemed unconcerned at Trump-backed cuts to the programme.
‘‘I’m all in for Trump, he’s got a good heart,’’ he said, and added that there were ‘‘able-bodied people out there that won’t get out of bed’’ who were abusing Medicaid, who Trump would root out.
Buddy Howington, 48, who was having teeth pulled. His ObamaCare premiums rose to US$2500 a year, and he only earned US$7.25 an hour part-time in a supermarket, so he abandoned coverage. ‘‘Then they fined me $300 for not paying,’’ he said. ‘‘I couldn’t afford to pay for ObamaCare so they fine me. Makes no sense. I don’t know what’s going on in Washington but I think Trump will help eventually.’’ – Telegraph Group