Trump era: Fascist dawn, or road to liberation?

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michaelrc

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Perimeter set up outside the White House, Secret Service not allowing anyone past 18th and Pennsylvania


http://instagr.am/p/CDudBYpALQn/

Just a tad off topic, l heard that Antifa and other dissident groups are planning a 50 day protest at the white house on September 17th. They plan to occupy the white house and the mayor of DC is said to be fine with them doing so. Their base will be in the Lafayette square park? Hmmm, well if that's allowed say so long to all the historic statuary located there. . . personally l think this will be the last straw for those that have been silent up to this point. If it isn't the last straw l will certainly be dumb founded by it all.
 

michaelrc

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Just a tad off topic, l heard that Antifa and other dissident groups are planning a 50 day protest at the white house on September 17th. They plan to occupy the white house and the mayor of DC is said to be fine with them doing so. Their base will be in the Lafayette square park? Hmmm, well if that's allowed say so long to all the historic statuary located there. . . personally l think this will be the last straw for those that have been silent up to this point. If it isn't the last straw l will certainly be dumb founded by it all.


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Note that Donald Trump's brother, Robert, has died today (72). He had been seriously ill, and I'm not sure with what.

Robert Trump, Donald Trump's youngest brother, died on Saturday August 15 in New York City. The White House had recently confirmed that Robert has been hospitalized in Manhattan, and the President visited his brother the day before he died. “He was not just my brother, he was my best friend,” the president said in a statement.

 

Debra

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Meanwhile at the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota...
From what I can gather, 7 Antifa Protesters got a legal permit to Protest at the Rally.
They were ignored and tolerated, and probably laughed at, by the Bikers and their Families.
Antifa brats want attention, right?
So, the big, tall, STUPID Purple Haired Antifa "Person" kicked a Bike.
Yeah, read that again...KICKED a BIKE at a Motorcycle Rally!
A most Awesome Police response ensued, with the crowd chanting and filming and generally letting the Law do what they do best!
Here is a short but sweet video of the "Happening"!

 

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This 2.5 years old, not sourced, and appears to be a screenshot from 8chan, but an interesting read. I never saw it before. In our Orwellian World, it makes sense that this would happen, even if the post is fake. It was revealed last year (or earlier) that Facebook has a political profile on everyone that you can even dig to find yourself.

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michaelrc

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So after watching Rand Paul and his wife get mobbed does anyone wonder what type of protective measures (if any) will be installed before the Sept 17th White House siege occurs. Will president Trump turn the event to his advantage and allow chaos to occur or as the law and order president demonstrate an iron fist (Kyle Rittenhouse) approach? I'm In the Kyle camp but what's the point of It all (other than prepping) if it's already known that everyone in the USA is due to go down in flames regardless of their ideology.

 

c.a.

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9 Sep, 2020 01:34 / Updated 2 hours ago
US President Donald Trump is poised to announce the pullout of more American troops from Iraq on Wednesday, and from Afghanistan in the coming days, a US official reportedly told the media on board Air Force One.


The report comes amid Trump’s row with Pentagon’s top brass, who he accused of doing the bidding for the US military-industrial complex. In a widely-publicized remark on Monday, Trump said that top people in the Pentagon might not be “in love” with him “because they want to do nothing but fight wars”

The expected drawdown goes in line with Trump’s previous pledge to reduce the number of troops in both war-torn countries. Last month, US Defense Secretary Mark Esper revealed that the number of US troops stationed in Afghanistan would be slashed to less than 5,000 in the coming months.

Trump himself used to say that he wants to cap the US contingent on the ground in Afghanistan to no more than 4,000 troops.

“We’re going down to 4,000, we’re negotiating right now...I don’t want to tell you (when). But I’ve always said we will get largely out," Trump said last month, noting that he expects between 4,000 and 5,000 troops to be in Afghanistan by the Election Day.

The framework for the gradual pullout was set forth in a deal with Taliban, signed on February 29.

The US has also been scaling down its presence in Iraq, but, as in the case with Afghanistan, it does not plan to leave the country completely. After Washington and Baghdad fell out over the US killing of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in January, Washington snubbed the calls to withdraw, insisting that its presence in the country was “appropriate.”

Last month, Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., the head of the Pentagon’s Central Command said that the US expects to keep “a long-term presence” in Iraq, purportedly to fight the remnants of the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) extremists and to prevent Iran from gaining a foothold in the country. McKenzie said that the contingent of 5,200 US troops that are now in Iraq can be further “adjusted” upon consultations with Baghdad.

While Trump has ramped up his anti-war rhetoric in recent months, with the US presidential elections inching closer, he has yet to deliver on his 2016 campaign promise to pull the plug on “endless wars.”


 

c.a.

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Holy Moly, this is news is going to trigger a lot of the DNC.

Authored by Jannie Taer via SaraACarter.com
Profile picture for user Tyler Durden by Tyler Durden Wed, 09/09/2020 - 09:14

President Donald Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian parliament, according to a Fox News exclusive.
“For his merit, I think he has done more trying to create peace between nations than most other Peace Prize nominees,” Tybring-Gjedde, who is also chairman of the Norwegian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, told Fox.
In his nomination letter, Tybring-Gjedde said Trump’s leadership has led to a historic deal with Israel and the United Arab Emirates.

The two countries agreed to normalize diplomatic ties on August 13, an accord brokered as a part of the Trump administration’s plan for Middle East peace. Israel and the UAE are expected to sign a formal deal on September 15 at the White House, announced Tuesday.

“As it is expected other Middle Eastern countries will follow in the footsteps of the UAE, this agreement could be a game changer that will turn the Middle East into a region of cooperation and prosperity,” Tybring-Gjedde wrote to the Nobel committee, according to Fox.

He also cited Trump’s “key role in facilitating contact between conflicting parties and … creating new dynamics in other protracted conflicts, such as the Kashmir border dispute between India and Pakistan, and the conflict between North and South Korea, as well as dealing with the nuclear capabilities of North Korea.”

Tybring-Ghedde added praise of Trump’s efforts to avoid costly wars and to end endless wars, writing, “Indeed, Trump has broken a 39-year-old streak of American Presidents either starting a war or bringing the United States into an international armed conflict. The last president to avoid doing so was Peace Prize laureate Jimmy Carter.”


Tybring-Ghedde is a member of the Norway’s populist party, but says he’s “not a big Trump supporter,” yet he believes the President deserves the prize for accomplishing more than his predecessors, like President Barack Obama, who was awarded the honor during his presidency.
“I’m not a big Trump supporter,” he said.
“The committee should look at the facts and judge him on the facts – not on the way he behaves sometimes. The people who have received the Peace Prize in recent years have done much less than Donald Trump. For example, Barack Obama did nothing.
[ZH: Someone's about to get #canceled!!]

Meanwhile Biden's mental health continues to decline and they wounder why, or maybe it's an inside job.

 

michaelrc

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Just a tad off topic, l heard that Antifa and other dissident groups are planning a 50 day protest at the white house on September 17th. They plan to occupy the white house and the mayor of DC is said to be fine with them doing so. Their base will be in the Lafayette square park? Hmmm, well if that's allowed say so long to all the historic statuary located there. . . personally l think this will be the last straw for those that have been silent up to this point. If it isn't the last straw l will certainly be dumb founded by it all.
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So after watching Rand Paul and his wife get mobbed does anyone wonder what type of protective measures (if any) will be installed before the Sept 17th White House siege occurs. Will president Trump turn the event to his advantage and allow chaos to occur or as the law and order president demonstrate an iron fist (Kyle Rittenhouse) approach? I'm In the Kyle camp but what's the point of It all (other than prepping) if it's already known that everyone in the USA is due to go down in flames regardless of their ideology.


4 more days until Thursday Sept 17. Paul Craig Roberts, is reporting that the USA only has 2 months left . . . Will this be the deep states final salvo and the end of normalcy (what's left of it) and the beginnings of total chaos? I pray the C's remarks about the weather and level playing field happen sooner than later.

 
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