Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Hillary "Goader In Chief." Trump: For The Want Of a Mouth On Point an Election Might Be Lost. Can Second Crusade Succeed With Tepid American Support?

Obama's Intemperate and Inappropriate Sermon!

Hillary will go to any length to goad Trump, knowing he remains incapable of staying on message.

She arranged for a father, who lost his son defending our nation, to attack Trump on failing to understand the Constitution and Warren Buffett was enlisted to chide Trump on his business acumen and failing to release his tax returns. Yesterday Obama challenged Republicans by calling Trump unfit as if his own presidency has been sterling and worthy of note.

Actually,Trump has a lot going for him but he seems to prefer shooting himself in the foot with his mouth as if he is vying to become the Northern equivalent of Ted Turner?

The vast majority of Americans believe the nation is going in the wrong direction. The economic recovery is one of our poorest. Obama's foreign policy has been a disaster. America's racial divide is terrible, Police are being killed, anarchists are invited to The White House and America is being flooded by unvetted refugees. Americans are being killed by Islamist sympathizers,ISIS spreads and continues to ravage, our borders leak like sieves and Obama's policies have allowed Russia and Iran to supplant America in The Middle East and China challenges America in The South China Seas. 

Meanwhile, Hillary is one of the most untrustworthy and disliked presidential candidates in recent history.

Nevertheless, Trump ignores these concerns and views and prefers attacking wind mills as if he were applying for the starring role in the Broadway reproduction of " Don Quixote - Man From Lamancha ."  

Trump seems so identified with protecting his brand and so thin skinned  he cannot pass an attack without responding in a boorish and churlish manner that provides his opponents with ammunition..

For Obama to castigate Republicans for their candidate is the pot calling the kettle black because Obama was one of the most unqualified candidates ever. His record as president has proven perversely he has been the most effective monarch our nation ever had. The fact that he is willing to go all out for Hillary, shows what we have come to know, Obama places self interest above America's best interests. However, Obama is clever and very adept at propaganda and attacking/blaming others for his own failures.

Now the battle has begun and Trump is, more or less alone in the ring. His opponent has the press and media willing to count her feints as blows and ring the bell prematurely should Trump land a telling blow. 

Trump may prove right to suggest the election could be stolen because Democrats place winning above principles and Republicans have a proven history of falling on their sword.

Can Hillary be successful as "Goader in Chief"by employing her strategy with able assistance from members of her goon squad including Monarch Obama?  The answer is yes.  Why?  Because if Hillary can get voters focused on the "off message" strategy they will not be focused on her but on Trump's ineptness. This means they will forget
Trump had the guts, the insight and the temerity of challenging the establishment, reminding the nation about our porous borders and the threat from ISIS, Obama's disastrous foreign policy, weakened condition of our military and ill treatment of Veterans and all the other abuses of this Administration and Hillary's desire to follow in its philosophical foot steps.

Trump has been forthright in attacking PC'ism, the attacks on police,the danger of embracing and elevating the BLM as having a legitimate message and a host of "vacuous and sinful garbage'  parading as virtuous protests and paths to a fairer and balanced society.

However and lamentably,Trump is set in his ways and I would not bet one farthing on his ability to change and therefore, he is actually Hillary's strongest ally and best weapon against his own election prospects. 

For the want of a mouth on point an election might be lost.

Stay tuned because the fight is going to get bloodier and bloodier, meaner and meaner and water boarding will look benign by comparison..  (See 1 and 1b)
Has The Second Crusade begun? Is The Western World prepared to do what is demanded to defeat Islamist terror?  Can it be successful if America stays on the sideline or even lends tepid support? (See 2 below.)
"Went to the movies last week to see Dinesh D'Sousa's "Hillary's America" and was thrilled at seeing a documentary that exposed the danger she will inflict on our country.  Every voter should have to see it before voting!  

The next day I re-opened and began to read, for the second time, D'Sousa's book, "The Roots of Obama's Rage".  I almost flipped as I re-read the first and second chapters  where Dinesh takes Obama apart from when he was born through to his election as president!  I bet you will flip a lid and reach for some alcohol or pain pills within those 2 chapters!!!!!

The book was published in 2010 during Obama's 2nd year of his presidency and therefore had to be written sometime in 2009.  The factual data laid out in those pages will blow your mind!  D'Souza's birth, age, background and college education is almost parallel to Obama's but ,,,,,,,,,,, he's more American than our president and proves it!

Check the local library and GET IT !! C----"
Off to Nashville for grandson's wedding and then back by way of North Carolina, visiting some friends. Returning a week from Wednesday.

Another memo reprieve.

The U.S. steps back from the world stage, and the consensus for leadership dissolves


The dire results of President Obama’s experiment in downsizing U.S. leadership are obvious overseas, but there’s a damaging consequence at home that gets less attention: The mistake builds on itself. It is the opposite of self-correcting.

As the United States withdraws from the world, in other words, the world grows messier and uglier — and that only confirms for many Americans that any involvement is foolish and futile.
This feedback loop fuels the kind of isolationism we’ve seen this year from Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. It helps explain why there was little talk about foreign policy, beyond chest-thumping about defeating the Islamic State, at the conventions. It will make Hillary Clinton’s job that much harder if she is elected and seeks public and congressional support for a more traditional U.S. leadership role.

The Democratic platform adopted last week boasts that the United States is “stronger abroad and safer at home because of [Obama’s] principled leadership.” As evidence, Obama in his convention speech cited bringing U.S. troops home, killing Osama bin Laden, the nuclear deal with Iran, the opening to Cuba and the global treaty on climate change.

These are genuine accomplishments, even if some are more prospective than proven. But it would be hard for any fair-minded observer to say the world is in better shape today than it was eight years ago.
Iraq, which was unified and mostly peaceful in 2009, is in flames again, and Syria is in even worse shape. The Islamic State has achieved what al-Qaeda never could, controlling territory from which it launches destabilizing attacks in France, Belgium and elsewhere. It is establishing outposts in Afghanistan, Northern Africa and beyond.

Chaos in the Middle East has spun off millions of refugees who have proved so traumatizing to Europe that the continent’s great accomplishment of the past half-century, political union, is in jeopardy. In a stunning violation of post-World War II norms, one European country has invaded and occupied part of another, and no one expects Crimea or eastern Ukraine to be restored anytime soon.
Meanwhile, democracy is in retreat. Repression has intensified inside Russia and China, and both countries are spreading their models of intolerant authoritarianism. Formerly democratic allies such as Turkey and Thailand are moving or have moved into the camp of dictatorships. U.S. engagement has not moderated Iran’s support for terrorism or Cuba’s squelching of dissent. North Korea’s nuclear weapons program is advancing.

Obama is no isolationist, and of course this isn’t all his fault. But his policies of retrenchment contributed: ending the U.S. presence in Iraq, standing aside as Syria dissolved, failing to enforce the red line he had drawn, abandoning Libya after overthrowing its dictator, tamping down U.S. support for democracy and human rights in many parts of the world.

Rather than make the case to the American people that U.S. leadership is in their longtime interest, he reassured them that it was safe to pivot to nation-building at home. As Syria descended into a humanitarian catastrophe unlike any since Rwanda, the president justified inaction by insisting with increasing vehemence on America’s inability to influence overseas events for the better.

Ironically, perhaps, even while bad-mouthing U.S. capacity, Obama toward the end of his presidency reversed course to some extent, much as Jimmy Carter did toward the end of his term after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. Obama sent thousands of U.S. troops back to Iraq and gave up on his plan to pull all troops out of Afghanistan. But he has not accompanied action with rhetoric; he insists the troops in Iraq are not in combat, and he does not lay out a strategic case to explain his reversal to the American people.

Given Trump’s ignorant bombast, his dismissal of allies and admiration for dictators, a focus on Obama may seem beside the point. Obama, like Clinton, and like Mike Pence for that matter, is within the bounds of America’s postwar foreign-policy consensus, which has always accommodated debate about the proper level of U.S. activity overseas and the proper balance between idealism and realism. Trump is well outside the bounds of that consensus.

But even if Trump is defeated, it’s far from clear that Clinton will be able to restore U.S. leadership, both because the world will be in worse shape than it might have been and because the consensus for leadership will have eroded. History may show Obama’s retrenchment to have been one more dip in the traditional Cold War cycle between assertiveness and retreat — or the beginning of a longer turning inward that could end up making the world a far more dangerous place.

    American Center for Democracy
The Obama/Soros Legacy
By Rachel Ehrenfeld

Donald Trump’s choice of his VP running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, worries the marijuana lobby. They question Pence’s belief that marijuana is a gateway drug and its abuse is a crime, deserving penalty. While the marijuana lobby claims “Marijuana is a happy, healthy, wonderful plant and everybody should have the right to grow it, just as they grow dandelions,” the National Insitute of Drugs (NIDA) findings support Pence’s objection to the legalization of marijuana.  According to NIDA’s latest available data, “illicit drug use in the U.S. is on the rise, and “More than half of new illicit drug users begin with marijuana.” Yet, marijuana legalization has become an issue in the U.S. presidential elections.
How did we get here?
The impresario who staged and pushed to legally dope of the American people is the billionaire financier George Soros. He found a kindred spirit in President Obama who got this dog and pony show on the road. The chosen vehicle was Obama-Care. And the first indication for this came on August 5, 2009, with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)’s little noticed tender for the production and distribution of large quantities of marijuana cigarettes, for purposes other than for research, clocked under the DEA control and supposedly in compliance  with FDA regulations
According to pro-legalization activist Sean Williams, “President Obama has suggested that the best way to get the attention of Congress is to legalize marijuana in as many states as possible at the state level. If a majority of states approve marijuana measures, and public opinion continues to swell in favor of cannabis, Congress may have no choice but to consider decriminalization — or legalize the substance.” Not surprisingly, recently  there have been widely-reported leaks from the DEA  that the agency anticipates making “medical” marijuana” legal in all 50 states, even though this requires FDA approval.
Until the early 1990s, the voices to legalize drugs in the United States were not in sync. This changed with Soros’ first foray into U.S. domestic politics in 1992-1993. Soros, who made his fortune by bidding on instability, is known to say, “If I spend enough, I make it right.” While other billionaires give to the arts, higher education and medicine to better the quality of the lives of their fellow men, Soros chose to “right” illegal drug use, under the guise of a social reformer. “The war on drugs is doing more harm to our society than drug abuse itself.” Due to the widespread social and political opposition to illegal drug use, he chose to begin his efforts to “right” the situation, with a popular getaway drug, marijuana – a brain and mind altering drug that creates life-long dependency. To make his decision more palatable, the ultimate opportunistic Soros, declared marijuana is a “compassionate drug,” and for more than two decades poured tens of millions of dollars into campaigns to first legalize the use of “medical marijuana,” and more recently to decriminalize the use of “recreational” marijuana.
Pretending to support an “open society,” Soros,  uses his philanthropy to “change” or more accurately deconstruct the moral values and attitudes of the Western world, and particularly of the American people. He claims to support humanitarianism, equality and individual and political freedom, what Karl Pooper, the Austrian-born British philosopher argued were necessary for what he considered an “open society.”nominal contact with Popper while studying at the London School of Economics. Although Popper met with Soros once or twice while Soros was a student at the London School of Economics, Soros failed to make much of an impression on the old philosopher. According to Michael T. Kaufman’s 2003 unauthorized biography of the billionaire, when Soros contacted Popper in 1982 to let him know about how he’d been naming funds, foundations, and various other entities after the concepts enshrined in the The Open Society, Popper wrote back: “Let me first thank you for not having forgotten me. I am afraid I forgot you completely; even your name created at first only the most minute resonance. But I made some effort, and now, I think, I just remember you, though I do not think I should recognize you.”
Not surprisingly, Soros’ “open society” Institute and foundations are not about promoting any of Popper’s ideas. Certainly not freedom.  Instead, by working diligently to legalize drugs, Soros advances the greatest slavery ever–drug addiction. This sits well with his rejection of the notion of ordered liberty, in favor of a progressive ideology of rights and entitlements.
On February 7, 1996, I opined in The Wall Street Journal that Soros’s “sponsorship unified the movement to legalize drugs and gave it the respectability and credibility it lacked.” I suggested that “unchallenged, Soros would change the political landscape of America.” It took two decades and lots of money to achieve what he set out to get. For him, legalizing marijuana was a necessary stepping-stone to advancing drug policies in the U.S. and elsewhere toward legalizing the use of all drugs.
Making money is but one of the many possible speculations on Soros’s motivation to legalize drugs. If asked, he’ll respond with gibberish that makes no sense.  However, the revenues from the illegal drug trade are enormous. There are no other commodities on the market that yield such high and fast a return. Since 2014, legally listed marijuana producing and distributing companies will be generating huge revenues. Soros seems to believe that state-controlled drug distribution will best serve to increase dependency on the state.
The overwhelming evidence on the short and long term harm caused by marijuana to the user and to society should have stopped any attempt to legalize the drug. However, the vast amounts of money spent on influencing the public and the politicians generated the desired social acceptance of the “compassionate drug,” marijuana.
In November 1996, Soros’ efforts succeeded in California, making it the first state to legalize “medical marijuana.”
Recreational use of marijuana has nothing to do with medical marijuana. As with other drugs, the development of marijuana/cannabis as medicine has to follow modern medical rules – advancing with clinical trials with specific compounds, looking for side effects and interactions with other drugs, etc.
But when last November, DEA Acting Administrator Chuck Rosenberg said, “We can have an intellectually honest debate about whether or not we want to legalize something that is bad and dangerous, but don’t call it medicine. That’s a joke.” Rosenberg opined there was a need for “legitimate research into the efficacy of marijuana for its constituent parts as a medicine. But I think the notion that state legislatures just decree it so is ludicrous.” The pro-drug lobby called for his dismissal.
Among the ill-effects of marijuana use (whether obtained legally or not) is memory loss, as proven by researchers at Northwestern University. The study also found “evidence of brain alterations … significant deterioration in the thalamus, a key structure for learning, memory, and communications between brain regions.”  If this were not enough, the study concluded, “chronic marijuana use could “memory-related structure [to] shrivel and collapse.s..[and] boosts the underlying process driving schizophrenia.”
This study as many others documented the devastating long-term harm caused by marijuana use. Another National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) study found that “marijuana smoke contains 50% to 70% more carcinogenic hydrocarbons than does tobacco smoke … which further increases the lungs’ exposure to carcinogenic smoke.” Moreover, “marijuana users have a 4.8-fold increase in the risk of heart attack in the first hour after smoking the drug. … This risk may be greater in aging populations or those with cardiac vulnerabilities.”
Other studies documented “distorted perceptions, impaired coordination, difficulty in thinking and problem-solving, and problems with learning and memory.”  As a result, someone who smokes marijuana every day may be functioning at a suboptimal intellectual level all of the time.” In conclusion: “Research clearly demonstrates that marijuana has the potential to cause problems in daily life or make a person’s existing problems worse. In fact, heavy marijuana users generally report lower life satisfaction, poorer mental and physical health, relationship problems, and less academic and career success compared to their peers who came from similar backgrounds. For example, marijuana use is associated with a higher likelihood of dropping out from school. Several studies also associate workers’ marijuana smoking with increased absences, tardiness, accidents, workers’ compensation claims, and job turnover.” NIDA’s latest survey from 2013, show that drug users are exacting more than $700 billion annually in costs related to crime, lost work productivity and health care. Add yo this the cost of newly hooked Americans on social welfare, including food stamps, Obamacare, public housing, free cell phones, and other entitlements.
Moving to relax Federal oversight on marijuana use, a Department of Justice memo on August 29, 2013, clarified the government’s prosecutorial priorities and stated that the federal government would rely on state and local law enforcement to “address marijuana activity through enforcement of their own narcotics laws.”
When Colorado legalized the use of “recreational” use of marijuana, on January 1, 2014, the TSA announced it stopped deploying detection dogs in the state’s airports, even though these dogs are trained to also detect other illegal drugs, explosives, blood, contraband electronics, stashed currency, and more. Similar measures will take place once marijuana is legalized, exposing American airport to terrorist attacks.
The Obama’s endorsed and Soros’ funded Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, has promised to “defend and build on the progress…made under President Obama,” including his and the billionaire’s efforts to legalize marijuana. American voters should keep this in mind when voting for their next President.
2)The Crusades have finally started as predicted!
The  first countries to ban Islam: See how the world is acting fast on
The  threat posed by Islam and its barbaric Sharia Law.
Japan has  always refused Muslims to live permanently in their country and they  cannot own any real estate or any type of business, and have banned any  worship of Islam. Any Muslim tourist caught spreading the word of Islam will be deported immediately, including all family members.

Cuba rejects plans for first mosque.

The African nation of Angola and several other nations have officially
banned Islam.

Record number of Muslims,  (over 2,000)  deported from Norway as a way of fighting crime.  Since these Muslim criminals have been deported, crime has dropped by a  staggering 72%. Prison Officials are reporting that nearly half of their jail cells are now vacant, Courtrooms nearly empty, Police now free to attend to other matters, mainly traffic offenses to keep their roads and highways safe and assisting the public in as many ways as  they can.

In Germany alone in the last year there were 81  violent attacks targeting

Austrian police arrested 13 men targeting suspected jihad recruiters.

A Chinese court sends 22 Muslim Imams to jail  for 16 to 20 years for
spreading Islam hatred and have executed eighteen Jihadists;  China
campaigns against Separatism (disallowing  Islamist to have  their own
separate state). Muslim prayers banned in government  buildings and schools in Xinjiang (Western China). Hundreds of Muslim families prepared to leave China for their own safety and return back to their own Middle Eastern countries.

Muslim refugees  beginning to realize that they are not welcome in Christian countries  because of their violent ways and the continuing Wars in Syria and Iraq whipped up by the hideous IS who are murdering young children and using  mothers and daughters as sex slaves.

British Home Secretary  prepares to introduce 'Anti-social Behavior
Order' for extremists and  strip dual nationals of their Citizenship.
Deportation laws also being  prepared.

The Czech Republic blatantly refuses Islam in their  country, regarding it
as evil.

Alabama - A new controversial amendment that will ban the recognition of "foreign laws which would  include Sharia law".

The Polish Defense League issues a warning  to Muslims. 16 States have all
Introduced Legislation to Ban Sharia Law.

Many Muslims in Northern Ireland have announced  plans to leave the country to avoid anti-Islamic violence by Irish  locals. The Announcement comes after an attack on groups of Muslims in  the city of Belfast, Groups of Irish locals went berserk and bashed  teenage Muslim gangs who were referring to young Irish girls as sluts  and should be all gang raped, according to Islam and ''Sharia  Law''. Even hospital staff were reluctant to treat the battered Muslim Patients, the majority were given the Band-Aid treatment and  sent home with staff muttering ''Good Riddance''.

North  Carolina bans Islamic "Sharia Law" in the State, regarding it now as
a  criminal offense.

Dutch MP's call for removal of all mosques in  the Netherlands. One Member of the Dutch Parliament said: "We want to  clean Netherlands of B Islam".
Dutch MP Machiel De Graaf spoke on  behalf of the Party for Freedom when he said, "All mosques in the  Netherlands should be shut down. Without Islam, the Netherlands would  be a wonderful safe country to live in, as it was before the arrival of  Muslim refugees''.

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