Minister Farrakhan: “Donald Trump Is Destroying Every Enemy Of Our Rise”

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‘The Left’ may have a problem. Outspoken anti-Trump-ers such as Linda Sarsour, Maxine Waters, and Barack Obama may soon have to distance themselves from supporting anti-semitic leader of the Nation of Islam movement, Louis Farrakhan. CONTINUE READING

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Sanctioning the World, the US Inadvertently ‘Locks & Launches’ Multipolarism

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ED-NOTE – On February 10, 2007, during the Security Conference in Munich, Germany, President Putin delivered one of his most important speech, almost a political program: the ‘Munich Speech’ where he loudly and unequivocally called for the end of the ‘Unipolar World’, aka One World Government, aka the JWO where the US are being used as Judea, Inc’s number one attack dog to bring that JWO into existence. 

It took 10 years and Donald J. Trump to make Putin’s program a reality.  The writer of this article alongside many ‘analysts’ and political commentators welcome this change though they  present it an ‘accident’, an unexpected consequence of Trump’s irrational and impulsive decisions, something he did not foresee and thus, refuse to give President Trump any credit or praise for his actions/decisions. It is, they say, just a coincidence that EVERYTHING he does – including alienating and isolating the US – always…

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MUST READ – Jewish eschatology, anti-Gentilism and the Israeli occupation of the Western mind

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By Gearóid Ó Colmáin – Due to censorship and intimidation from liberal contributors, my article was pulled from American Herald Tribune. I am publishing it here with some additions, clarifications afterthoughts and more pictures! I have never attempted to censor any other writer. But when it comes to Jewish gatekeepers, one of Zionism’s key psychological operations is threatened. Censorship and prosecution follow.

In this article, I argue that Jewish anti-gentilism and Jewish eschatology are the key concepts perpetuating the occupation of Palestine. I argue that the notion of a New World Order has its roots in the Enlightenment project of the Universal Republic under the rule of man, a project supported by the Jews. The Roman Catholic Church was the original One World Government founded by God. The goal of Talmudists and Zionists is to bring about a One World Government under the rule of Satan. I make the case…

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Insufferably Obnoxious Hebress Roseanne Barr blames her Ambien drug addiction for racist comments towards blacks and Arabs

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ed note–keep in mind that no such explanations sufficed when an intoxicated Mel Gibson made his (truthful) statement years ago that Jews were responsible for all the wars in the world.

Keep in mind as well that the only reason that ABC has decided to ‘dis-Barr’ itself from this vile piece of racist Judaic human waste is because

1. For reasons yet unknown, she has been outwardly supportive of Trump,

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2. In this, the age of post ‘Hurricane Harvey’, the fallout that would occur if they were to do otherwise.

Keep in mind that Barr–being after all a ‘good Jew’, knows full well what her Judaic religion/culture/tradition teach concerning blacks being apes, a fact recently made better known by the rather incautious comments of an Israeli rabbi.

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Roseanne Barr is blaming Ambien for her racist tweets and telling her fans, “I’m not a racist, just an idiot who…

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What is America’s cause in the world Today? By Patrick J. Buchanan

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After being sworn in for a fourth term, Vladimir Putin departed the Kremlin for Annunciation Cathedral to receive the televised blessing of Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church.

The patriarch and his priests in sacred vestments surrounded Putin, who, standing alone, made the sign of the cross.

Meanwhile, sacred vestments from the Sistine Chapel were being transported by the Vatican to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to adorn half-clad models in a sexy show billed as “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” One model sported a papal tiara.

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The show proved a sensation in secular media.

In Minsk, Belarus, on May 17, to celebrate International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, Britain’s embassy raised the rainbow flag. Belarus’s Ministry of Internal Affairs was not amused:

“Same-sex relationships are a fake. And the essence of fake is always the same — the devaluation of truth. The LGBT community and all this struggle for ‘their rights,’ and the day of the community itself, are just a fake!”

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Belarus is declaring moral truth — to Great Britain.

What is going on? A scholarly study sums it up: “The statistical trends in religion show two separate Europes: the West is undergoing a process of secularization while the post-socialist East, de-secularization.”

One Europe is turning back to God; the other is turning its back on God.

And when Vladimir Putin and Belarus’ Alexander Lukashenko are standing up for traditional values against Western cultural elites, the East-West struggle has lost its moral clarity.

And, so, what do we Americans stand for now? What is our cause in the world today?

In World War II, Americans had no doubt they were in the right against Nazism and a militaristic Japan that had attacked us at Pearl Harbor.

In the Cold War, we believed America was on God’s side against the evil ideology of Marxism-Leninism, which declared the Communist state supreme and that there was no such thing as God-given rights.

With the moral clarity of the Cold War gone, how do we rally Americans to fight on the other side of the world in places most of them can’t find on a map?

A weekend article in The Washington Post discusses the strategic difficulty of our even prevailing, should we become involved in wars with both Iran and North Korea.

“You would expect the U.S. and its allies to prevail but at a human and material cost that would be almost incalculable, particularly in the case of the Korean example,” said Rand researcher David Ochmanek,

Added John Hopkins professor Mara Karlin, “If you want to ensure the Pentagon can actually plan and prepare and resource for a potential conflict with China or Russia, then getting into conflict with Iran or North Korea is the exact wrong thing to do.”

One wonders: How many of these potential wars — with North Korea, Iran, Russia, China — could we fight without having America bled and bankrupted. What conceivable benefit could we derive from these wars, especially with a China or Russia, to justify the cost?

Looking back, only one great power survived the last century as a world power. The German, Russian, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman empires did not survive World War I. World War II brought to an end the British, French, Italian and Japanese empires.

The Soviet Union and the United States were the only great surviving powers of World War II, and the USSR itself collapsed between 1989 and 1991.

Then, in 1991, we Americans started down the well-traveled road of empire, smashing Iraq to rescue Kuwait. Heady with that martial triumph, we plunged into Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen.

Though still embroiled, we are now talking war with North Korea or Iran, or even Russia or China, the former over its annexation of Crimea, the latter over its annexation of the South China Sea.

Donald Trump is president today because he told the people he would “Make America Great Again” and put “America First.”

Which bring us back to the question: What is America’s cause today?

Defeating Nazism and fascism was a cause. Defending the West against Communism was a cause. But what cause now unites Americans?

It is certainly not Christianizing the world as it was in centuries long ago, or imposing Western rule on mankind as it was in the age of empires from the 17th to the 20th century.

Democracy crusading is out of style as the free elections we have demanded have produced Hamas, Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Muqtada al-Sadr in Iraq, and nationalists, populists and autocrats from Asia to the Middle East to Europe.

Perhaps our mission is to defend and protect what is vital to us, to stay out of foreign wars where our critical interests are not imperiled, and to reunite our divided and disputatious republic — if we are not too far beyond that.