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Deep State Pushes Coup Against Trump Over Comey Firing

Public Policy

The shadow government is once again pushing its months-old agenda to overthrow Trump, this time using Tuesday’s firing of FBI Director James Comey as the casus belli.

Not long after the news broke that Comey was sacked, a nasty article appeared in Foreign Policy – a premiere globalist mouthpiece – demanding the removal of Trump from office, and “the sooner the better” because America is a “failing state.”

“It will require a bipartisan commitment to truth and justice,” Foreign Policy’s David Rothkopf wrote. “Ultimately, and the sooner the better, it will require our system and people to reject Trump and those surrounding him — who have already done so much to disgrace the offices they hold and undermine America’s standing in the world.”

The article is heavily biased even for Foreign Policy’s standards – Rothkopf calls Trump a “tin-pot leader” who displays a “deeply worrisome” pattern of behavior.

Ironically, he also claims Trump is now acting “more brazenly and desperately,” which actually aptly describes the anti-Trump articles coming out of Foreign Policy and other globalist-oriented magazines as of late.

But what’s really significant in the article is Rothkopf describing the U.S. under Trump as a “failing state,” which in itself sounds like hyperventilating rhetoric except for the fact that the deep state is trying to use a “continuity of government” (COG) mechanism already in place to overthrow the entire Trump administration.

To do that, the globalists need to convince the public the US is a “failing state.”

As Infowars’ Clifford Cunningham reported on May 5, Congress was already holding secret meetings about removing Trump from office.

Interestingly, he based his report on an article by the New Yorker, which, like Foreign Policy, cheerleads the policies designed by the upper echelons of establishment power.

“Nobody occupies the White House without criticism, but Trump is besieged by doubts of a different order, centering on the overt, specific, and, at times, bipartisan discussion of whether he will be engulfed by any one of myriad problems before he has completed even one term in office—and, if he is, how he might be removed,” wrote the New Yorker’s Evan Osnos.

And as I reported in March, The Atlantic, another globalist magazine, was also trying to publicly sell the idea of a coup against Trump using COG measures.

“…If the election had been stolen, Pence’s place as president would be no more legitimate than that of Trump,” wrote The Atlantic’s Norm Ornstein. “After Pence — Paul Ryan, the speaker, followed by Orrin Hatch, the president pro tem, followed by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.”

“If voters’ collective desires were subverted by foreign interference and a party’s collusion, none would have a legitimate claim — especially since the control of the Senate, at least, would have been affected by the Russian role.”

Of course the article failed to mention Hillary Clinton’s deep ties to Russia – the Clinton Foundation brokered a deal giving Putin 20% of US uranium production, according to the N.Y. Times – but that doesn’t matter because the Trump/Russia conspiracy is a fake narrative used to delegitimize Trump because the deep state’s presidential pick, Hillary Clinton, fell short of the presidency.

The ruling elite can’t fully control Trump like they could have with Clinton, and that scares them.

Infowars



37 Comments on "Deep State Pushes Coup Against Trump Over Comey Firing"

  1. Boat on Fri, 12th May 2017 12:44 pm 

    I will give the crazy Cheeto credit for getting a few trade concessions out of China. China might even side with the US concerning N Korea instead of ending the world as we know it. Trump is kind of like brother un. Kim has scared the world for awhile, now it’s Trumps turn.
    I like Tillerson. If only Trump was as calm and reasoned.

  2. penury on Fri, 12th May 2017 1:21 pm 

    If you like your coup, you can keep your coup.

  3. Dredd on Fri, 12th May 2017 2:23 pm 

    Infowhores (The Queens of Stalingrad – 9).

  4. GregT on Fri, 12th May 2017 2:43 pm 

    “I will give the crazy Cheeto credit”

    I’m sure that the multi-billionaire President of the United states of America is waiting with baited breath to hear you give him some credit.

    Why don’t you fire him off an e-mail?

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/

  5. bobinget on Fri, 12th May 2017 3:53 pm 

    http://www.economist.com/Trumptranscript

  6. Plantagenet on Fri, 12th May 2017 4:03 pm 

    Comey did a terrible job on the Hillary email investigation and so he was fired.

    Isn’t that the normal and rational thing to do when someone has been doing a terrible job?

    Cheers!

  7. Anonymouse on Fri, 12th May 2017 4:16 pm 

    You and boatietard are fired then plantamoron. The usual commentary from both you is so awful upgrading your horseshit to terrible would be a big improvement.

  8. Anonymouse on Fri, 12th May 2017 4:22 pm 

    And because this is an infowazzz piece, once clogged-fraud gets out of bed over there in Hollandia, our very own resident Deep-Shill, Clogged Sewer(tm),will be all over this one. Regaling us with his usual tales of president hair-pieces for mens, heroic, lonely struggle against his Tel Aviv and washingdum overlords. Can hardly wait….

  9. Ghung on Fri, 12th May 2017 4:54 pm 

    Since Trump is clearly a pathological liar with multiple obvious personality disorders, and can’t seem to control himself, I say go for it “deep state”. There is simply no excuse for Trumps childish behavior.

    Twitter is Trump’s fiddle. He madly tweets away as Rome burns, but at least the Romans had an excuse; Nero wasn’t elected. I bet Trump can’t take a shit without posting some idiotic, insane tweet about someone who dares to challenge his behavior or authority.

    http://www.trumptwitterarchive.com/

    Actually quite entertaining and would be funny if he wasn’t President.

  10. Apneaman on Fri, 12th May 2017 5:07 pm 

    This Week in Amerika

    “Here in the land of the free and the home of the brave, during the last few weeks, the following things have occurred:

    A 61-year-old woman was convicted of disorderly conduct after a two-day jury trial in Washington. Desiree Farooz faces a sentence of up to one year in jail for what federal prosecutors described as an attempt to “impede, disrupt and disturb orderly conduct” of a Senate committee hearing back in January. It was the confirmation hearing for the nominee to be the next Attorney General of the United States, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III of Alabama. During the hearing, Alabama Republican Senator Richard Shelby said out loud that Sessions — a renowned racist who for that very reason was once denied a federal judgeship by that very Senate — had a “clear and well-documented” record of “treating all Americans equally.” Ms. Farooz laughed. According to witnesses it was not a particularly loud or prolonged laugh. Other witnesses said it was the only appropriate response to Shelby’s outlandish claim. Capitol police pounced and hauled her away to prison.

    In a hallway of the State Capitol Building in Charleston, West Virginia, last week, a veteran reporter, Dan Heyman, was walking alongside the federal Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tom Price, asking a question repeatedly without getting a response. Not that it matters, but the question was about the latest Republican health-care-insurance legislation. Without warning a police officer pulled the reporter aside, handcuffed him, and put him in jail for “causing a disturbance by yelling questions.” Heyman said later, after posting bond, that in his 30-years as a journalist he had never heard of a reporter being arrested for asking a question.

    A few weeks ago, human rights investigators for the United Nations pointed out what they called an “alarming and undemocratic trend” in the United States. Since the last presidential election, they pointed out, at least 19 states have enacted, or tried to enact, legislation that criminalizes protest demonstrations. Proposals included seizing the assets of anyone arrested in a protest (Arizona); making it legal to run over protesters blocking a roadway (North Dakota); and classifying protests as “economic terrorism,” a felony offense carrying a prison sentence (Washington State). The UN investigators called on the United States to stop trying to criminalize peaceful assembly, which they described as a fundamental right under the US Constitution, not a privilege to be licensed and regulated by the government.

    Oh, I almost forgot, this also happened. The President of the United States summarily fired the director of the FBI, who was directing an investigation of the President’s campaign and conduct. The President previously fired the acting attorney-general of the United States, Sally Yates, who was investigating the President’s National Security adviser, and the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, who was investigating the President’s campaign and business affairs. These three people had three things in common; they were investigating Trump; they were outstandingly competent and professional; and they had behind them the power of the United States Department of Justice. That power, which has been this country’s last-ditch defense against racketeers, coal barons and corrupt politicians, lies in tatters now, at the feet of a jug-eared racist as attorney general and an empty-headed game-show host playing the part of president.

    So those four things happened in the past few weeks. What do you think? Is Amerika great again, yet?”

    http://www.dailyimpact.net/2017/05/11/this-week-in-amerika/

  11. makati1 on Fri, 12th May 2017 5:37 pm 

    Ap, all four are just the tip of the insanity and hypocrisy rampant in America. It will only get worse until the NAZI Police State is obvious to even the dumbest denier.

    There is NO Bill of Rights or Constitution in America. Just paper, like their money. Fake all the way.

  12. Go Speed Racer on Fri, 12th May 2017 7:43 pm 

    Deep state likes Trump.
    He makes sure rich people don’t pay tax.
    He makes sure poor people pay lots of tax.
    Trump takes away health insurance so
    poor people are bankrupted by kidney stone.
    Trump makes it legal to pollute, and poison
    all the poor people.
    No need to overthrow Trump, deep state
    likes his policies. Only rich, and rich get richer.

  13. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 2:57 am 

    Comey did a terrible job on the Hillary email investigation and so he was fired.
    Isn’t that the normal and rational thing to do when someone has been doing a terrible job?

    I still have trouble understanding the motivations of Comey, who apparently attacked both Clinton and Trump. Trump owes his presidency to no small degree to Comey. The behavior of Trump is rational: praise Comey if he defeats your opponent, and sack him if he begins to “investigate” you.

    The mouse opines: You and boatietard are fired then plantamoron… And because this is an infowazzz piece, once clogged-fraud gets out of bed over there in Hollandia, our very own resident Deep-Shill, Clogged Sewer(tm),will be all over this one.

    Look bro, it is understandable that you hate my guts. If there is any sense left in you, you attack me where ever you can (and play in my hands while doing so, en passant preparing for the Great Divorce).

    But why the hell do you attack boat? He is your buddy! He loves you! He wants to give his country to you, provided you bring with you a dish recipe, because boat loves good food and he thinks that the entire world is one giant restaurant.

    Oh and try to let it sink in that I never frequented Infowars after the election. I only appreciated that dissident Infowars played a very important role in the defeat of the MSM-backed establishment, which I loved. I get my information from other sources, not populist Infowars, that I do not take seriously.

  14. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 3:03 am 

    Since Trump is clearly a pathological liar with multiple obvious personality disorders, and can’t seem to control himself, I say go for it “deep state”. There is simply no excuse for Trumps childish behavior.

    Ghung in all earnest wants to see the US president overthrown because, you see, he is “childish”. So a child can become billionaire and president of the US, eh?

    In reality our (racial) commie friend Ghung (once Brit, always a Brit) wants to see the Sanhedrin back in business.

    But you should be careful with what you wish for. You seriously think that the slight majority of 99% whites will take such a defeat without a fight? Are you not afraid that such a move could blow up the country?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8GVtXfATtI

  15. Boat on Sat, 13th May 2017 4:15 am 

    Clog,

    Trump still has a 33 percent approval level. But the dead soldiers from Iraq, Afganistan, Syria , maybe N Korea, maybe Iran, are still at low levels. Trump wants to add solders and have a bigger presence. I don’t think that will add to his popularity.

  16. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 4:25 am 

    Trump has disappointed his support by not delivering what he promised… because he is embroiled in a life and death struggle with the “establishment”, that seeks to block him where they can.

    Obama btw had even lower approval ratings. In the US political situation it is not possible to have 80% approval ratings. For that you need a homogeneous country like Russia. America is divided to the core and it will remain that way until either “The Break”, if the Right wins or the US turning into the next USSR, if the Left wins. In the later case nobody will be polling for approval ratings, it will be default 98%.lol

  17. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 4:52 am 

    Why Russia is different:

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/russian-tv-uses-nazi-film-in-jewish-world-domination-theory/

    Of course Putin-Russia is somewhat the successor of Germany-1933. The huge difference is that where Germany had merely the useless “ally” Italy, Russia has China of 1350 million and furthermore the 1500 million of Islam are not very pro-Rothschild either, to put it mildly. And then there are these Europeans who are waiting for requital.
    Ad then there are these Americans from the Heartland with an internet connection.

    I wouldn’t put my money on the Rothschild bunch if I were you. The Western Left is facing its downfall. So sad.

  18. Theedrich on Sat, 13th May 2017 5:16 am 

    Whatever the parasites from Canada may exspectorate, Trump has saved us from a fate worse than death:  the usurpation of the American government by kleptomaniac Clintons and their backers.  The U.S. has been left in an irretrievably unstable condition because of decades of DeepState control.  In order to secure their own ascendency, the globalists have promised every kind of bread and circuses not only to Americans, but to all the vermin of the Third World — including allowing them to come in en masse and in the process reinstituting slavery of every kind under the radar.  The DeepStaters are also responsible for the narcotics warfare now being waged against the American citizenry, lavishing more “compassion” on the alien dross than on Americans.

    In Dante’s Divine Comedy, the ninth, deepest pit of hell is the prison of traitors.  In every normal nation, those who betray the fatherland are condemned to death.  Only the corrupt oligarchy of the United States has accepted race traitors as paragons of virtue.

  19. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 6:07 am 

    Europe is heading for independence of the United States and RT can’t hide its glee:

    https://www.rt.com/news/387313-us-losing-leadership-eu-mogherini/

    ‘US losing world leadership, Europe can replace it’ – EU top diplomat Mogherini

    Even the French hardcore right has to admit that the EU and euro are here to stay and that petty nationalism had its day:

    https://twitter.com/jartaylor/status/861764108630274048

    Daddy is right, as always.

    Tonight we’re are going to witness the “Europe of the Fatherlands” in action in Kiev, Ukraine.

    Ukraine is a happy country this week as it is clear for all to see that the country has become irreversibly 100% European. Thank you, Victoria “f* the EU” Nuland! 40 million hard-core non-pc rightwingers (some would even say “Neo-Nazis”) added to the mix, what is not to like.

    And Russia doesn’t mind, as long it can be part of Europe as well, mind you, a Europe no longer under the tutelage of Washington.

    Tonight semi-amateur artists from all over Europe (including Australia and Israel but not Turkey) will participate in a song festival that will be watched live by 200 million people in the EU, Australia, China and in the US via LGBT broadcaster Logo. It is the largest televised event after perhaps the world soccer final or the Olympics.

    The festival is wildly popular in Europe and it has a strong European identity reinforcing effect. The festival is ultra-white, where individual nations keep their identity (although most sing in English), do compete with each other, but under a European roof. Europe of the Fatherlands, including Russia, in optima forma.

    [part 1]

  20. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 6:14 am 

    At least as interesting as the songs is the highly political public voting mechanism, where every country gives points to other countries (but not your own). It is here that political-cultural sympathy patterns become clear. Where western Europe is usually more cosmopolitan, more “objective”, the Eastern Europeans tend to keep the points to themselves.

    My personal favorites:
    1. Estonia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vq3GFVeVE8
    2. Finland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTLczT5h9Lo
    3. Germany https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7pUKkSrXFY

    None of them will win, as #1 and #2 didn’t make it to the final. The big four EU countries Germany, France, Italy and UK (who pay the most) do not need to qualify for the final, which puts them at a disadvantage because the can’t perform in the semi-finals, where in general you need to hear a song several times in order to begin to like it. The big countries therefor seldom win.

    The bookies, who are usually very accurate, predict Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria and Belgium as the main contenders.

    Holland is predicted #10, the song is very professional but “too American” to the taste of the Eastern Europeans:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxYU6iVpI5c

    [part 2]

  21. Davy on Sat, 13th May 2017 6:15 am 

    “Of course Putin-Russia is somewhat the successor of Germany-1933. The huge difference is that where Germany had merely the useless “ally” Italy, Russia has China of 1350 million”

    BS, cloggie, both could be what consumes Putin’s Russia. China is an opportunistic ally there is little the two share but opportunity. The Chinese will one day pour into Russia and there is nothing Russia can do. Are they going to build a wall? The 1500 million of Islam is a shame idea of a coherent block. These 1500 are tearing themselves and the world apart. When China dissolves so does globalism and so does your idea of Paris Berlin Moscow fantasy empire. You guys will be tearing each other apart in an age old destiny of death.

    Numbers are so 20th century anyway. DUH, bigger equals better??? What kind of thinking is that? The problem today is the numbers. Numbers are what is the disadvantage. Imagine a China of 500MIL. Yea they then would be a force to be reckoned with but today the China of 1350 million is on a collision course with disaster from within and you and others are completely oblivious to this. You are like the oblivious economist that says we need more population to continue growth. What a friggen joke.

  22. Dredd on Sat, 13th May 2017 6:34 am 

    A tale of two foreign policies (The Glot Thickens).

  23. Boat on Sat, 13th May 2017 6:41 am 

    Clog,

    I think your wrong about the young voters. They solidly went for Burnie Sanders. They don’t mind taxing the rich.
    Don’t count out a better or at least more pragmatic China, US relationship. It’s very possible XI may turn out to be a great world leader. He may in fact be the leader who would join the US and Europe to tackle more of the world’s conflicts/climate change/,fair trade with less protectionism. Maybe after Trump is gone. Lol

  24. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 7:29 am 

    I think your wrong about the young voters. They solidly went for Burnie Sanders.

    Really?

    http://tinyurl.com/mz3bq4b

    Don’t have the figures of 2016, but in 2012 the turnout of young voters was 20%.

    “Solid” you said?

    The only thing you can say about US young voters is that they are solidly detached from the political system.

    And the older ones are hardly better: turnout 42%.

    This year Holland scored 82% and France 78% (in the decisive first round and 75% in the 2nd).

    I followed the US elections intensively last year. For instance by watching a Dutch series of ca. 6 episodes by Eva Jinek, born in Oklahoma City (“proud to be an Oki”), of Czech ethnicity and when she was 10 years old her parents decided to give her a European upbringing and moved to Amsterdam. After she slept with the right Jew…

    [part 1]

  25. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 7:33 am 

    http://www.nu.nl/achterklap/2945714/bram-moszkowicz-en-eva-jinek-elkaar.html

    …she made it high into the Dutch media hierarchy, but as soon as the Dutch legal system crushed Bram Moskovitz for having too close ties with the Mafia, she dropped him like a hot potato. Poor Bram.

    In her series with the pretentious title “The United States of Eva” she interviewed “normal Americans”, of all races, social rank and political background:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzEMOoHF4Sw

    (I could only find the Texas episode on Youtube). Here are the other episodes, but I can’t tell if Dutch broadcasting applies geoblocking to the US:

    https://www.npo.nl/zoeken?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=verenigde+staten+van+eva
    (obviously spoken English plus Dutch comments in between)

    There was one thing most of the interviewed had in common: an outright hostility and/or dedain towards Washington. And there must be a strong correlation between that attitude and very low voter turnout during elections.

    The folks in Washington should be really worried about these figures as it is difficult to derive much legitimacy from them.

    [part 2]

  26. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 7:36 am 

    Oops, overlooked that it was the Congressional elections.

    The voter turnout with the presidential election is higher:

    http://tinyurl.com/d9pvxn8

    Ca. 55%

    Internationally still rather low.

  27. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 7:54 am 

    BS, cloggie, both could be what consumes Putin’s Russia. China is an opportunistic ally there is little the two share but opportunity.

    What does that mean? In the world of geopolitics opportunity rules. After 1991 America thought that they could have it all and began to act upon it. THAT behavior and nothing else drove China and Russia into each others arms and that will remain that way as long as the US keep saying it is exceptionalist. Once that pressure diminishes, the necessity for the SCO alliance will recede with it.

    The Chinese will one day pour into Russia and there is nothing Russia can do.

    Why do think Putin is so keen in becoming member of a European confederation? 750 million people can very well keep the Chinese out of Siberia.

    The 1500 million of Islam is a shame idea of a coherent block. These 1500 are tearing themselves and the world apart.

    Then you may have missed that Turkey is about to leave the Western alliance and could very well be the crystallization core of a new Ottoman Empire. That clearly is the intention of Erdogan, who could be around for another for quite some time.

    When China dissolves so does globalism and so does your idea of Paris Berlin Moscow fantasy empire.

    That’s a very big if. Why would a civilization that is around for thousands of years suddenly “dissolve”? Now that’s a fantasy.

    You guys will be tearing each other apart in an age old destiny of death.

    That’s what you hope. The reality is that at the moment the US is the real tinderbox, not (yet) Europe.

  28. Satori on Sat, 13th May 2017 8:24 am 

    deep state my skinny white butt
    Trumps wounds are SELF INFLICTED
    no one makes him lie like he does
    no one makes him send out stupid TWEETS at 3am
    no one makes him constantly contradict his own bought and paid for sycophants like Spicer and Pence
    Trump is shooting HIMSELF in the foot CONSTANTLY
    and he doesn’t even have sense enough to use a revolver
    he’s using a freaking machine gun
    his arrogance and hubris WILL BE HIS DOWNFALL
    not the “deep state”
    give me a break
    the guys a LOSER and a self destructive one at that

  29. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 8:58 am 

    Meanwhile it is clear that deep ties exist between Russia and James Howard Kunster:

    http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/kunstler-russiagate-circus-meaning-no-real-government-business-year/ri19813

    Where is Comey when you need him?

    Meanwhile in Britain, mr Brexit Boris Johnson opines that the EU owes money to Britain rather than that Britain owes the EU 60-100 billion euro. Nasty divorce is preprogrammed.

    Also the British economy has contracted for a third month in a row, which puts the professed alleged beneficial effect of Brexit somewhat in doubt.

    http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/brexit-grossbritannien-britische-industrie-schrumpft-ueberraschend-a-1147183.html

  30. Ghung on Sat, 13th May 2017 9:34 am 

    The Clog and Pony show goes on even faster than Trump’s tweets. At least Trump’s tweets are entertaining.

  31. GregT on Sat, 13th May 2017 9:52 am 

    “the guys a LOSER and a self destructive one at that”

    That doesn’t exactly shine a positive light on an entire society that aspires to wealth and power, now does it?

  32. Davy on Sat, 13th May 2017 9:54 am 

    Clog, get real, I don’t wish Europe to tear itself apart. I am European becuase my wife and daughter are. My point is a warmlning for your extreme optimism of Euro technical achievements and you socio-political projections. Little of what you say is reality yet in the extreme. I would turn this around on you too. You are an anti-American and wish our end. That is clear in your writings! That is except for my people who are blond haired and with blue eyes. The rest you want dead. I also challenge you to consider how the world would survive a collapsed USA. It won’t clog.

  33. Cloggie on Sat, 13th May 2017 10:31 am 

    You are an anti-American and wish our end. That is clear in your writings! That is except for my people who are blond haired and with blue eyes. The rest you want dead.

    Complete rubbish. I wish all the people in the world the best and there is no such thing as good or bad skin, hair or eye color. Religion and civilization same story.

    The only thing I really want to destroy about America is the fatal master-servant “relationship” between… ah well, you know between who. And indeed, being colonized by a former colony is somewhat embarrassing, I have to admit.lol

    I also challenge you to consider how the world would survive a collapsed USA. It won’t clog.

    The world survived a collapsed Europe after 1945, they will survive the end of Pax Americana.

    Geopolitics is like a soccer competition. There can only be one winner this year, but next year it is probably going to be another one.

    My world view is based on, in my eyes, very reasonable/plausible assumptions:

    1. European-Americans don’t like it to become a minority in “their own lands”, but the “Anglo-Zionist”-elite wants a world without borders and without nations. The Trump presidency is the first very big sign of a coming revolt. This revolt will intensify in the coming years. The USA are big enough for 3 or more countries. The hole world wants to live in white lands, where European Americans are expected to embrace this development. Here is the kicker: they don’t and they won’t. Identity will become very big in the US.

    2. European/EU unity will hold. An EU army will be formed. Europe has a very proud history and that awareness is still very much alive. We are just biding out time.

    3. Brexit means that continental Europe got rid of its anti-Europeans.

    4. Russia for centuries (since Peter the Great) wanted to connect to European main stream. This is the time it could succeed. Putin made explicit remarks about a European confederation with Russia as a member.

    5. Turkey is in the process on giving up becoming a European nation and is busy returning to its Islamic roots. Without Turkey and Britain the only remaining expansion is in the East (spare me Lebensraum jokes).

    6. The premier geopolitical fact will be the unstoppable rise of China in this century to the most powerful nation on earth. That development needs a response: Paris-Berlin-Moscow + European-Americans in a single alliance.

  34. Apneaman on Sat, 13th May 2017 12:18 pm 

    Douchy, Dante’s Inferno is a poem – it’s not real, nor is hell or the “fatherland”. You and your inbred ancestors have only been on the continent for a few hundred years vs at least 15,000 thousand years the first tribe has been. You are thieves and usurpers and will be done in another decade or two at most. Like your hero Trump, y’all did it to yourselves with your never ending dopamine chasing and inferior intelligence. Never in the history of civilization have a people fallen so far so fast. Man you are embarrassed mightily, I see. That’s why you spend all your time conjuring up scapegoats for your epic failure. From first to worst in 3 generations. Keep bitching and moaning shit stain – it makes my dick all the harder.

    Douch, like millions of other white losers, you can always find solace in fentanyl when you stop believing in your little security blanket tribal stories.

    There are only 2 tribes in this world and there has only ever been two tribes since civilization began. The haves and the have nots. There’s The Big Club and there’s the rest of us. You are not in the Big Club, but you know who is? Hillary & Cheeto are both members of the Big Club and you are not. #1 strategy of the Big Club is divide and rule. #2 hope (false hope). #3 all non Club members are disposable – that’s you and yours.

    How fucking blind and infantile to come on here and suggest that it’s just one faction of The Big Club that is responsible for throwing y’all under the bus. Deluded to the Max.

  35. Apneaman on Sat, 13th May 2017 12:42 pm 

    Big Club Cashing In at your expense.

    The Private Prison Project

    “Despite what you’ve heard, for-profit detention continues to reap the rewards of an incarceration system filled to the brim and facing an uncertain future. Over the two years, our FOIA requests have released thousands of documents that show how for-profit prisons have leveraged the legal system to their advantage, letting companies pick-and-choose inmates to off-load costs, ignore complaints and concerns, and create dangerous conditions for prisoners and staff alike. This is all done while billions of taxpayer dollars are funneled into these private companies, which then pour millions into politicians’ campaigns to keep their growth going.”

    https://www.muckrock.com/project/the-private-prison-project-8/

    I’m sure it’s only the faux liberal Big Club criminals behind this. The faux conservatives Big Club criminals would never partake in such malfeasance at taxpayer expense or have non club petty criminals locked up for years, while working for American Corporations for dollars a day.

  36. Apneaman on Sat, 13th May 2017 1:41 pm 

    Where Anti-Tax Fervor Means ‘All Services Will Cease’

    ““We pay enough taxes,” said Zach Holly, an auto repair worker in a shop a few blocks from the library who said his vote against the tax was not about libraries at all, but government waste. “I vote against taxes, across the board,” he said.”

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  37. joe on Sat, 13th May 2017 11:37 pm 

    Cloggie paints a rosy picture of europe and the EU. He over simplifies the view that europeans are “white”. Thats an archic view that does not bear out in the light of known science.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race_(human_categorization)
    Before the age of enlightenment peoples were more often simply classified according to the monarch or ruler they were subjected to and the laws of their community or religion was generally resepcted so long as loyalties to the local power were affirmed. This was not generally the case in western europe who seem to have been a bit different cause they were unfied from top to bottom socially in their rejection of the spread of Islam and did not tolerate unorthodoxy much. Their eastern christian cousins did of course allow Islam to exist in their lands and the results of this can be seen in places from Chechnya, Screbrenica, to as far east as China.
    Cloggie likes to think of white like the differences between leopards and lions instead he needs to think of human genetic difference as those between families. In the year 1300 a stinking shit covered cloggie in a dutch peasents hovel could have had a baby with a nobel aboriginal woman without a problem, cloggie is too ignorant to realise the important clue there. It means the lack of difficulty means the its one species. People who invented race really thought the man planted a seed in a womans fertile feild they knew little or nothing about sperm and eggs etc so they though race came from men only.
    So whats wrong with liberalism if science shows there’s no difference between people? The problem is that we are poised to make to same mistakes as old Byzntium, we think that if everyone simply obays the laws of liberal tolerance and multicultural orthodxy then the world will be put to rights, but this ignores the truth that the world is really run by peoples minds, our world is a construct of the brain not the arm, the arm is the tool, the world is run by people who are as different as cloggie is to baghdadi yet the two are probobly genetically the same, yet liberals claim that these two foolish worldviews can not only get along but they MUST get along in the interest of globalism and financial prosperity.

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