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Self-Appointed "Masters" / Re: Do us a favor - RESIGN
« Last post by yankeedoodle on Today at 10:38:08 AM »
Here's another reason for shabbos goy Donnie-boy to resign.   He bitches about the job being more difficult than he expected, yet, when he's not playing golf, he kissing ass for Israhell.

‘We’ll confront anti-Semitism,’ Trump vows at Holocaust event
'As president of the US [read that Jew S], I will always stand with the Jewish people'
Text and video at this link, if you haven't read and seen it before.   <:^0 :lmao:

One website says All-excrement won.  Of course, it is in Austin.
THE LATEST: Ex-wife of Infowars host Alex Jones wins joint custody

Here's a website in San Antonio that says that he lost. 
Alex Jones loses primary custody; ex-wife gets joint custody

Many other websites say he lost.
Current News / News of an Immediate & Urgent Nature / Re: Paul Wolfowitz
« Last post by yankeedoodle on April 28, 2017, 01:35:12 PM »
Warhawk Wolfowitz Guiding Trump Admin On Foreign Policy, Via Email

Infamous warhawk Paul Wolfowitz has heaped praise on President Donald Trump’s recent military action in Syria, as well as engaged top Trump administrators via email regarding future engagement in the Middle East. Are we seeing the resurgence of the “Wolfowitz doctrine”?
By MintPress News Desk | April 28, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C.– This week, in an interview with Politico , the so-called “godfather” of the Iraq War Paul Wolfowitz stated his glowing optimism regarding the future policies of President Donald Trump, a sharp departure from Wolfowitz’s pre-election statement that a Trump presidency would be “unacceptable.”

Wolfowitz told Politico’s Susan Glasser that Trump may offer more than he had anticipated, calling Trump’s recent strike against the Syrian government a “fantastic opportunity,” yet cautioning that it was “only a first step” and must be followed by more military action.

While Wolfowitz stopped short of outright praising the president and noted that his unpredictability is still a point of concern, he added that on Trump’s “national security team [there are] two individuals who are nearly the opposite, who have a long consistent record of thinking clearly, strategically. I’m talking about McMaster and Mattis.”

 Incidentally, both National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Secretary of Defense James Mattis are long-time associates of Wolfowitz. In the interview Wolfowitz summarized his ties to the two high-ranking officials, stating “ I know McMaster quite well from before. And Mattis actually was my senior military assistant when I first came to the Pentagon in 2001, and I worked with him quite a bit later on in his various later capacities, including in Iraq. So I know them pretty well.”

More troubling than Wolfowitz’s strong ties to McMaster and Mattis is his ongoing private email correspondence with both officials, a move which Glasser noted was done “in hopes they will pursue a U.S. strategy of stepped-up engagement in the Middle East.”

While Wolfowitz sought to downplay his communication with McMaster and Mattis by stating that he not had face-to-face “direct” contact with them since they assumed their posts, email correspondence is often the medium of choice for those who guide U.S. foreign policy from the shadows, as evidenced by private email correspondence between controversial financier George Soros and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton among other examples.

Trump’s recent foreign policy reversal certainly seems to suggest the influence of Wolfowitz. His recent military adventurism in the Middle East and elsewhere has led other notorious neo-conservatives like Senator Lindsey Graham – who was also strongly opposed to Trump during his campaign – to exclaim “we have got a president and a national security team that I’ve been dreaming of for eight years.”

The Trump administration’s moves targeting North Korea and Syria, as well as the resurgence of anti-Russian rhetoric, are in line with the policy laid out in “Defense Strategy for the 1990s: The Regional Defense Strategy,” better known as the “Wolfowitz doctrine.”

This notorious document, as the New York Times noted in March 1992, laid out a policy meant to “ensure that no rival superpower is allowed to emerge. With its focus on this concept of benevolent domination by one power, the Pentagon document articulates the clearest rejection to date of collective internationalism.”

The Wolfowitz doctrine gives particular attention to preventing the resurgence of Russia as a potential economic challenger to U.S. hegemony and to “remain the predominant outside power in the [Middle East] region and preserve U.S. and Western access to the region’s oil.”

The most aggressive military action seen under Trump thus far has focused on the Middle East – namely in Syria and Yemen, whose conflicts are both based on securing fossil fuel interests for the U.S. and its regional allies. Furthermore, the Trump administration’s most aggressive rhetoric has been directed at Russia and China, the U.S.’ other greatest potential rivals. China has been particularly concerned over the U.S.’ recent deployment of the THAAD anti-missile system to South Korea, which China says threatens “regional stability.”

One of the most potentially troubling aspects of Wolfowitz’s connection to Mattis is the fact that Mattis was recently granted “freedom of initiative” by Trump – essentially giving the Pentagon free reign to launch strikes and bombings without presidential or congressional approval. In one recent instance, Trump was not even informed of the use of a Massive Ordnance Air Bomb (MOAB) against Daesh (ISIS) forces until after it was detonated.

Wolfowitz, in the interview, made it clear that he knows Mattis is calling the shots, stating that Trump’s statements and positions take a backseat to the decisions Mattis ultimately makes.

“I think in many ways it matters much more what Secretary Mattis and Secretary Tillerson think it [Trump’s statements] means than what the president had in mind when he said it,” he said.

Listen to the Wolfowitz interview below: click on link for audio at the bottom of the article

Self-Appointed "Masters" / Do us a favor - RESIGN
« Last post by yankeedoodle on April 28, 2017, 09:41:03 AM »
And, when you do resign, take President/King Kushner and First Lady/Queen Ivanka with you.   <:^0

Shit-for-brains shabbos goy Donnie-boy is complaining that being President is hard, even though he isn't even the President.  :lmao:

The stupid fat fucker spends most of his time on the golf course, leaving the White House in the hands of President/King Kushner.
Trump Has Gone to a Golf Course at Least 13 Times in Nine-Week Presidency


Self-Appointed "Masters" / Re: Make America Great Again - FOR ME!
« Last post by yankeedoodle on April 28, 2017, 08:59:11 AM »
Interesting related article from Michael Walsh: 

Just What Are They On?

The Royal Navy’s most potent nuclear submarine is today lurking off the Russian Coast. Stationed 3,000km from the UK it is armed with 16 Trident II D5 ballistic missiles each carrying 8 nuclear warheads. Each missile’s range is 12,000km and, with their deadly warheads, travel at 21,000kmh.

Earlier this week, British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon threatened to use nuclear weapons pre-emptively. This privately educated idiot never held a proper job, ran a business and never wore anything but a school uniform. Yet, without feeling it necessary to give reason or consult the people, he absurdly threatens the annihilation of the world’s second most powerful nuclear-armed superpower.

British red top tabloid media, described as the keyboard government play on, is full of let’s incinerate the Russian Federation and teach Putin a lesson bombast. He did something wrong? Typically the Daily Mail gloated at a Royal Navy warship currently cruising in the Black Sea off Russia’s coast. “So how do you like it, Vlad?”

This newspaper recently confused Latvia on the Baltic Sea with landlocked Mordovia 1,500km distant. Seriously, just what illegal substances are government officials and tabloid editors on?

Déjà vu: Here we go again: British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain on August 16, 1939:  "History will judge the Press generally to have been the principle cause of war.”

Like the other 220 nations, Russia doesn’t threaten the UK or its interests. However, this much provoked state has the means and the will to turn the UK into a glass-strewn parking lot if it feels threatened. Russian parliamentarian Frants Klintsevich doesn’t mince his words:  "Britain’s threat deserves a tough answer.”

The First Deputy of the Russian Defence Committee goes on to say:  "Russia cannot conquer Europe or the US through invasion or occupation. It is absolutely evident and thus pointless (to do so). It is high time to remind (London) of the vulnerability of its territory, which could be literally wiped off the face of the earth.”

Alexander Khrolenko takes a more positive view. The international affairs analyst says the main purpose of war rhetoric is to drive up arms sales. Sardonically, he alludes to taxpaying Britons paying for war with their incinerated ashes or their tax obligations.

Until they are elected British MPs are a run o’ the mill lot and likely identify with the 0.7% of Britons who are millionaires. However, after their being elected, 78% of MPs are millionaires.

Why? Because MPs and peers in the House of Lords pass legislation that favours corporate interests that they invest in. This very much includes the armaments corporations.

The US legislature is based on the same war-based economy. Senators who voted to attack Syria received 83 per cent more campaign money from military contractors than lawmakers voting no.

The West’s legislators and media owners should have their investments carefully scrutinised. Doubtless, their slime trail leads inescapably to their stockbroker’s office. This means that every time we vote we vote for war. It is high time to cut the umbilical cord between politicians and the corporations.
Self-Appointed "Masters" / Make America Great Again - FOR ME!
« Last post by yankeedoodle on April 27, 2017, 01:48:40 PM »
  President Donald Trump unveiled his latest giveaway to corporations and the ultra-wealthy on Wednesday, with a tax plan that would, according to one analyst, “personally help Trump enormously.”


 Another aspect of Trump’s plan would eliminate the alternative minimum tax, or AMT, which was established to ensure that the super-rich are not able to use loopholes to escape their tax liability altogether. Trump’s 2005 tax return showed that for that year, “he paid 25 percent of $153 million in taxable income instead of the less than 4 percent that he would have paid without” the AMT, as the New York Times reported when the return was released last month.

‘Goldman Sachs Populism’: Trump’s Tax Plan Benefits The Ultra-Wealthy

Trump Just Destroyed Agenda 21
by William Mount , Published on Apr 25, 2017

Brooklyn businessman Jeremy Reichberg  <$>  , right, leaves Manhattan federal court in New York, Monday, June 20, 2016, after he was charged with showering New York Police Department officials with tens of thousands of dollars in bribes, including vacations, prostitutes and home improvements so that he could use the NYPD as his private police force.

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