Syria finally defeats ISIS

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That face when you’ve finally crushed your enemies successfully.

There’s some fantastic news in regards to the Syrian civil war which has been taking place for the past 5 years and seemed as if it would never end. The forces of good, the Syrian government and their Russian and Iranian allies have finally succeeded in crushing the remaining ISIS opposition and driving them out of their last stronghold within Syrian and Iraqi territory. This is wonderful news, except for those who profit off of human misery and death.

From CBC

Islamic State militants withdrew Thursday from their last stronghold in Syria, a strategic town near the border with Iraq, following a government offensive that has effectively left the extremist group’s fighters dispersed in villages and small towns in the desert.

The Syrian military declared the town liberated after intense battles that killed a large number of militants, including leaders. The military said they are still chasing other ISIS militants in different directions in the desert.

“The liberation of Boukamal is of great importance because it is a declaration of the fall of this group’s project in the region generally and the collapse of its supporters’ illusions to divide it, control large parts of the Syria-Iraq borders and secure supply routes between the two countries,” Army spokesperson Gen. Ali Mayhoub said in a televised statement.

Syrian pro-government media said Syrian troops had clashed with remnants of ISIS militants in the town after they entered it late Wednesday. On Thursday, they reported the town clear of ISIS fighters.

Pro-Syrian media reported the town was liberated. Al-Ikhbariya TV’s journalist reported from the road to the town, joyfully breaking out on camera: “Daesh is finished. Live.”

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said government forces and allied troops, including Iraqi forces who linked from across the border, are combing through Boukamal after ISIS militants withdrew.

With the collapse of ISIS in Boukamal, Islamic State militants have no major territorial control in Syria and Iraq and are believed to have dispersed in the desert west and east of the Euphrates River. U.S. officials estimated that there were between 2,500 and 3,500 ISIS militants around Boukamal and that leading members of the group were also believed to have taken refuge in the town. The group has a small presence near the capital Damascus.

ISIS has suffered consecutive defeats at the hands of separate but simultaneous offensives in Iraq and Syria by the Russian-backed Syrian forces and allied militias as well as U.S.-backed Iraqi and Syrian fighters.

Despite its fall, the group’s media apparatus has remained active and its fighters are likely to keep up their insurgency from desert areas.

The swift fall of Boukamal in eastern Deir el-Zour province was accelerated after Iraqi forces seized Qaim, the town across the border last weekend, also controlling a strategic crossing between the two countries.

Iraqi militia forces participate

A senior Iraqi official said there was an agreement Tuesday to send Iraqi paramilitaries to Syria to take part in the Boukamal operation, adding that the Syrians were to supply them with weapons and gear. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to reporters.

An Iraqi spokesperson for the Popular Mobilization Forces has told The Associated Press last week that his forces, which are part of the Iraqi security forces, will participate in the operation and will head north to protect the borders and secure the road from Iran to Lebanon.

Boukamal is the last urban centre for the militants in both Iraq and Syria where Syrian troops — backed by Russia and Iranian-supported militias — and U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are vying for control of the strategic border town.

Washington is wary of increasing Iran influence in the area and has backed the SDF in their bid to uproot ISIS from the borders with Iraq. The proximity of forces in the area has raised concerns about potential clashes between them as they approach Boukamal from opposite sides of the Euphrates River, and now from across the border with Iraq.

It was not clear if the government seizure of the town means the end of the race for control of territory previously held by ISIS.

So far the Kurdish-led Syria Democratic Forces have focused on the area east of the Euphrates, seizing a number of oil and gas fields and securing large swathes of areas along the border with Iraq, as well as the newly liberated Raqqa city.

So it seems that there are still some jihadists in Syria, who have managed to evade capture or death so far. Personally, I’m really hoping that the Syrian military hunts them down like vermin and brutally exterminates them before they have the chance to flee to Europe, for example to Sweden…

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…Or perhaps to the UK…

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…where they’ll be treated far better than they deserve.

Also, doesn’t this mean that there’s no longer any excuse for this so called “refugee crisis” that has been destroying Europe the past few years? The story we were fed was that there was a war in Syria that people were desperately fleeing for their lives from, and this is why the entirety of the population of the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, and South Asia, were flooding into Europe.

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These young, strong, African men, were just trying to flee the Syrian civil war, which apparently spread to their homelands as well, and which doesn’t seem to harm women, children, or the elderly.

Of course we all know that this story was complete crap right from the beginning. The “refugee crisis” was always about destroying the homogeneity of European nation states, and the Syrian civil war, along with the chaos in Libya following the fall of Gaddafi’s regime, was just a convenient excuse to justify it. I was pointing this obvious reality out at least two and half years ago.  The real goal is, and always has been, about implementing the Coudenhove-Kalergi plan, but if they were to come out and admit that and what it involves (nothing less than the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous European peoples), it would be resisted. So they prey on people’s altruism towards “suffering refugees” and create a false consensus in the media that the majority of people in Europe support helping them (even in situations were it’s blatantly obvious that they’re just economic migrants coming from countries far away from any warzone), and because the majority of people are politically correct cowards who don’t want to commit “wrongthink”, they go along with the narrative, and don’t resist their own ethnic cleansing.

Now that ISIS is effectively defeated and the Syrian Civil war is practically over, that justification no longer exists. But do I believe the current migrant crisis is going to come to an end because of this? Nope, absolutely not, because it was never about the Syrian civil war. More likely, I reckon they’ll just look for another excuse to justify its continuation, and I’m going to make a prediction as to what I think that justification will be. There are a lot of problems with Saudi Arabia right now, both internally, and in regards to its relationship with Lebanon. I could easily see something major kicking off there in the near future and when that happens, that will be the new excuse given for the “worst refugee crisis that the world has seen since World War 2”. Just you watch.

 

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My thoughts on the Las Vegas attack.

We’re a few days removed from what was apparently the worst mass shooting in American history, beating out the previous record holder from a little under a year and half ago, when Omar Mateen went on a shooting spree in a gay nightclub. The death toll currently stands at 59, with another 500+ injured. At this moment, there’s still very little information about what exactly has happened. We know that the shooter was a white man in his 60s by the name of Stephen Paddock, but we don’t know yet why he did it.

Of course the usual cohort of drooling retards on the internet are chomping at the bit to label him as a “white supremacist terrorist”, simply because he’s a white man who killed a lot of people, and are outraged that he hasn’t been officially declared one… at least not yet. These idiots think that this is an example of a double standard that favour white people, whereby a brown skinned person of the Muslim faith will instantly be labeled as a terrorist for committing an attack, whereas a white man won’t. Of course anyone who has followed this blog will know this is a blatant lie. When the Charlottesville incident happened for example, the media instantly denounced it as an act of white supremacist terrorism, before any facts were established, and demanded that Trump specifically condemn white supremacism, rather than just hatred and violence in general. Compare this to the aftermath of the average Muslim attack, and the instant go to narrative is usually that the attacker was suffering from a “mental illness” (just read any of my previous posts about Islamic attacks and see this for yourself).

No, anyone who actually pays attention to what is really going on, as opposed to making up narratives in their heads, will realise that the media and political establishment will bend over backwards to avoid using the word “terrorist” when a Muslim attacks, but will look for any excuse possible to apply it to “white supremacy” or “right wing extremism”, no matter how poor the supporting evidence is. Inevitably, these narratives always collapse when the facts start coming out, but it sure doesn’t stop them from trying their best.

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According to this article from the Huffington Post, almost twice as many attacks in America between 2008 and 2016 were from right wing extremists, than from Muslims. Of course what they also forget to mention is that white people make up about 60% of America’s population, whereas Muslims make up about 1%. That means that on a per capita basis, Muslims commit about 30 times as much terrorism in America than white people do. Plus, there’s also this. Don’t trust the media to interpret things accurately.
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Vox are quick enough to condemn white extremists too.
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And the Chicago Tribune.
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And The Intercept.

So I don’t know where this ridiculous narrative that there is an attempt to avoid labeling white attackers as terrorists, came from. I personally think that it’s just a fantasy that idiotic left wing extremists invented in order to maintain their delusions that white people are privileged oppressors and everyone else is an oppressed victim, in the face of facts that debunk this idiocy.

The thing is, terrorism has a very specific definition and while two attacks can look identical of the surface, one might fit this definition perfectly, whereas the other will not. It has nothing to do with the attack itself, but rather the motivation behind it.

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“In the pursuit of political aims”

If a Muslim attacker is yelling “ALLAHU AKBAR” or “DEATH TO THE INFIDELS”, then it’s pretty obvious that his motivation for the attack is political, and therefore fits the definition of terrorism. It isn’t considered an act of terrorism just because a Muslim did it. In a situation like this however, we don’t yet know his motivation, so we cannot say for certain that it does fit the definition of terrorism. Maybe it will come out that he had a political motivation and in that case, he absolutely will fit the definition, but until that information is available, we don’t know yet, and cannot definitively say that this was a terrorist attack.

However, the fact that there hasn’t been much of an attempt at all from the media or the authorities, to label this particular attack an example of white terrorism, is indeed quite suspicious to me. Normally it happens immediately, yet here we are days later and there’s nothing. There’s still no explanation for what has happened. This leads me to believe that they might know a lot more than they’re letting on, and are worried about it getting out. ISIS have made the claim that he was a recent Muslim convert, and carried out the attack for them. I’m skeptical that this is true, because ISIS seems to claim responsibility for every attack that happens, but I’m not going to rule out the possibility of it being true, until we get an explanation.

Another theory I’ve heard doing the rounds is that he was a member of Antifa, and specifically chose his target (a country music concert), because based on demographics of the people who like that kind of music, it was mostly going to be attended by white, Republican, Trump supporters, the kind of people that Antifa believe it is perfectly justified to use violence against. Again, there’s no conclusive evidence yet to support this, but much like with the ISIS theory, I’m not going to rule it out as a possibility. Either one of these narratives would be a major setback to the media and political establishment, hence why it wouldn’t surprise me that they could try to cover them up by not releasing any information about the true motivation for the attack at all. I think if he genuinely was a “white supremacist” or a “right wing extremist” that they would have already said so by now. If he wasn’t, then better for them to say nothing and allow people to think for themselves that he was one, than release the truth and reveal that he wasn’t.

Not missing an opportunity to politicise tragedies, the anti-gun crowd have been coming out and demanding more “gun control” in light of what has happened. I’m always suspicious when I see politicians talking about their concern for human life and the wellbeing of their citizens. At the same time that they’re talking about gun control, they’re waging pointless and destructive wars all over the world, and importing millions of violent and incompatible people to live among their citizens, with no regard for the dangers. Their actions suggests that they don’t give a damn about human life at all, and any talk about gun control is due to an ulterior motive.

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I don’t like going all conspiracy theorist, but I see no evidence to suggest that politicians actually care about human life, and that this is their real motivation for gun control.

Now just to make things clear, I’m no gun fanatic myself, but I would like to address this situation fairly. The general idea being presented is that America’s high levels of gun proliferation is what is causing its high levels of gun violence, and that restricting gun ownership would reduce this significantly. However, I think this is an oversimplification of what’s going on. Switzerland is a country with very liberal gun laws, and they don’t see much gun crime at all. America itself has always had a high level of gun ownership and in decades past, it was so safe, that even schools were able to have gun clubs.

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Could you imagine seeing something like this in an American school now?

It’s really only in recent decades that gun violence has gotten out of control in America. Therefore I believe that when you take that into consideration, as well as the situation in countries like Switzerland, that gun violence is a symptom of a problem that has occurred due to changes that have taken place in America the past few decades, rather than the problem itself. Banning guns might in theory make it more difficult for violent, dangerous people, to have access to a means to commit their violent acts, but it won’t get to the root of the problem, which can only be solved by trying to understand what has changed in America between the time when it was perfectly safe for kids to bring guns to school, and now, were there are countless shootings every day, with major incidents such as this latest one in Las Vegas, happening on an all to regular basis. Why is there so much more violence in America these days? That’s the question that needs to be answered.

This story is definitely one that I’ll be keeping an eye on over the next few days. I have a feeling that there’s a lot more to this than we’re hearing about so far. It will definitely be interesting to see what new information will come out, especially when we finally learn what the motive for the attack was. Something tells me that whatever it is, it won’t sit well with the media and political establishment, and the narratives that they would prefer to propagate.

 

 

Trump gets his travel ban, finally.

Finally a bit of good news from America. After endless attempts from lower courts to derail this policy, that I would regard as both “common sense” and “not extensive enough”, the US Supreme Court has finally ruled that Trump’s so called “Muslim ban” (ie, a temporary ban on immigration from 6 countries that just happen to be Muslim majority, and which are considered to be potential terrorist hotspots), is in fact constitutional.

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From The Journal

THE US SUPREME Court is letting the Trump administration enforce most of its 90-day ban on travellers from six Muslim-majority countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it.

Just for the record, I think it’s absolute insanity that it even had to go this far. I think it’s absurd that the elected President can have his orders overruled by any random judge in the country, even in the lowest of courts. I do understand that there needs to be some way to keep in line and to make sure that he doesn’t violate the constitution with his orders, but the Supreme Court alone should be the one court with the power to do so.

The action today is a victory for President Donald Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his presidency to date.

Controversial… even though a small majority of US citizens actually support the ban. In fact, a higher percentage of US citizens support the ban, than support Trump himself. The only reason this became such a controversy, was because of a vocal minority of lunatics complaining about it, and getting a platform to do so, from the treacherous mainstream media. The majority of people have seen the consequences that mass immigration from the Muslim world has had on Europe, and don’t want to see a similar epidemic of rapes, child grooming, acid attacks, terrorism, etc., to happen in America as well.

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Why would Americans want to import this…
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… or this…
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…or this…

Or this?

The court did leave one category of foreigners protected, those “with a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States”, the court said in an unsigned opinion. The justices will hear arguments in the case in October.

And here’s hoping they’ll decide in October that the original ban wasn’t extensive enough, and start including other countries, particularly Saudi Arabia.

A number of groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), have sharply criticised the ban, saying it unfairly targets Muslims.

No, because there are plenty of Muslim majority countries in the world, including some of the most populous ones, such as Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria etc, which aren’t included in the ban, and non-Muslim minorities living in the targeted countries, are also subject to the ban. Doesn’t seem unfair to me and even if was, does anybody honestly care? The American people have their own needs, and those of their loved ones to worry about, and can hardly be expected to put the needs of of citizens in countries which have adversarial relationships with America, ahead of their own.

Trump said last week that the ban would take effect 72 hours after being cleared by courts.

The anticipation is killing me.

The ban would apply to citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

Please add more.

The Trump administration said the ban was needed to allow an internal review of the screening procedures for visa applicants from those countries. That review should be complete before 2 October, the first day the justices could hear arguments in their new term.

Why is this unreasonable again?

“We can’t draw negative attention to our great ally.”

It’s a well known fact that America and Europe’s greatest ally in the Middle East is Israel. What isn’t as well known, is that their second greatest ally is Saudi Arabia. You know Saudi Arabia right? That’s the country which carries out public beheadings, has the death penalty for homosexuality, punishes victims of rape for the “crime of adultery” etc. Basically, Saudi Arabia is what you would get, if ISIS was a country. Yet somehow, this country is apparently a key ally of the liberal West, whose value system is supposed to be the exact opposite of all this.

Anyway, an investigation was conducted in the UK with regards to foreign funding of terrorism in the country. Apparently the report might not ever see the light of day, because it reveals something that is pretty well known to anyone who actually pays attention and researches this topic… that Saudi Arabia are the ones to blame.

From The Independent

An investigation into the foreign funding of extremist Islamist groups may never be published, the Home Office has admitted.

Sure why would the public want to know something like that? Why would the public care about finding out who is financing the terrorists that keep killing them?

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“Who really cares about learning what caused this? Lets just go back to watching our Premier League football and X-Factor instead.”

The inquiry commissioned by David Cameron, was launched as part of a deal with the Liberal Democrats in December 2015, in exchange for the party supporting the extension of British airstrikes against Isis into Syria.

Yeah, sure. Airstrikes against ISIS. The same ISIS who are at war with Assad. The same Assad that David Cameron said, needs to be removed from power. Are we really supposed to believe that Cameron was bombing ISIS at the same time he was saying that Assad has to go?

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“We want Assad gone. We want to stop ISIS. ISIS want Assad gone. Assad wants to stop ISIS. We’re counting on the public being too stupid to see the contradiction here.”

But although it was due to be published in the spring of 2016, it has not been completed and may never be made public due to its “sensitive” contents.

“Sensitive”, meaning that it might anger the British public to learn that their government, as well as other governments all across the Western world, are allied with a country which finances the terrorists that are responsible for the spate of attacks in Europe the last few years.

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A country we call an ally, is responsible for this…
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…and this…
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…as well as this, and many more.

It is thought to focus on Saudi Arabia, which the UK recently approved £3.5bn worth of arms export licences to.

The UK (and the US), as well as other Western states, arm Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia then arms terrorists. Terrorists then use arms to kill Western citizens. Therefore, Western governments are directly responsible for their own citizens being killed by terrorists.

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And this is why ISIS are always so well armed.

A spokesperson from the Home Office told The Independent a decision on the publication of the report would be taken “after the election by the next government”.

Of course. It might effect the way the people choose to vote, if they found out that their government is arming the people who keep murdering them on the streets. My guess as well, is that the report won’t actually get published (at least not if the Conservative Party win). It will be flushed down the memory hole.

But in a separate interview with The Guardian, a spokesperson said the report may never be published, describing its contents were “very sensitive”.

It might offend our great ally Saudi Arabia. Sure, they share absolutely none of our values, and they’re directly responsible for so many deaths in our country, but we need them. They’re a great and trusted ally in our conflicts with all those other countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya etc, that never actually did anything to us.

Tom Brake, the Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesman, has written a letter to the Prime Minister pressing her on when the report will be published and what steps she proposes to take to address “one of the root causes of violent extremism in the UK”.

She’ll take absolutely no steps whatsoever. Not only that, she won’t even try to defend it, because there is literally no defence whatsoever. For example, lets look at this video, where an official is asked to justify their condemnation of Iran’s alleged lack of democracy, while turning a blind eye to Saudi Arabia’s much more blatant lack of democracy.

It’s absolutely incredible. The awkward silence is so long, that you could genuinely believe that the video had frozen for a while. There’s no moral justification whatsoever for the West’s undying defence of Saudi Arabia, while at the same time, they condemn countries like Syria and Iran for their alleged lack of democracy and human rights. The fact is, they don’t give a damn about either of these things. They’re just an excuse that they use to cover for their real motivations, whenever they want to launch a war or regime change against a targeted country.

“You will agree with me that the protection of our country, of the British people, is the most important job of any government,” he wrote. “Certainly, more important than potential trade deals with questionable regimes, which appear to be the only explanation for your reticence.

No, they don’t agree with you at all. They don’t give a damn about protecting the British people.

“When will this report be finished and published? And what steps do you propose to take to address one of the root causes of violent extremism in the UK?”

“Never” and “none”.

Mr Brake accused Ms May of adopting a “short-sighted approach” to the funding of violent Islamist groups in the UK and urged that those who fund them should be called out publicly.

Accusing the Conservatives of being “worried about upsetting their dodgy friends in the Middle East”, he said party had “broken their pledge to investigate funding of violent Islamist groups in the UK”.

He added: “That short-sighted approach needs to change. It is critical that these extreme, hard line views are confronted head on, and that those who fund them are called out publicly.”

But…but… that might offend our great and trusted ally. We need to be more tolerant and accepting of them, when they finance the terrorists that kill our people.

It comes after Home Secretary Amber Rudd suggested during a leadership debate, that UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia are good for industry. 

That’s all that matters to these people. Making money. Who cares about the long term effects of their short term greed?

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This is essentially what’s happening in Europe right now with the migrant crisis. Short term, it might raise a countries GDP by a percent or two. Long term… “oh who cares about that?”.

The Government has recently approved £3.5bn worth of arms export licences to Saudi Arabia and a stream of British ministers have visited the kingdom to solicit trade, despite its ongoing involvement in the bombing campaign in Yemen.

Meanwhile they constantly condemn Assad and Russia for bombing ISIS strongholds

Government figures compiled by Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) show the UK has licenced over £4.1 billion of arms to the Middle East since the last election in May 2015, and that two thirds of UK arms exports go to the Middle East.

And then some of those exported arms come right back into the UK and get used against UK citizens.

Democracy sucks.

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Good job French people. You’ve voted in favour of further globalisation, a continuation of the constant terror attacks and race riots, and your own inevitable demographic annihilation. But at least you aren’t racist, which is far worse than your own genocide.

I’m feeling very cynical about democracy and electoral politics in general these days. The more I think about it, the more I come to believe that democracy just isn’t a viable system of government at all. I mean in all honesty, is anyone ever really happy with what they get? Just take our situation here in Ireland for example. Is anybody, even the people who voted for Fine Gael or Fianna Fail actually happy with the current government? How about the previous Fine Gael/Labour coalition? Was anyone pleased with that government? Or the Fianna Fail led one before that, etc.? Honestly, I can’t think of anyone who feels that any recent democratically elected Irish government actually represents the interests of the Irish people. But yet, we keep voting every single election, expecting things to be different next time, and we keep getting let down.

This conclusion is reflected when I look elsewhere. Take Britain for example. The yes side in the Brexit campaign won by a very slim majority. The 48% who voted against it are furious and have been restless in their attempts to get the result overturned in their favour. The political establishment is almost entirely anti-Brexit in its leanings and seems to be on the side of the losing minority, rather than the winning majority. No matter what happens, the end result is going to leave roughly half the country feeling screwed over. Either the large minority who only just barely lost, will resent being removed from the EU, or somehow by hook or by crook, the political establishment will find a way to overturn it eventually, thus screwing over the small majority who won.

In America, I look at the situation between Trump and Hillary. We had one candidate who was in favour of mass immigration, destructive freed trade deals, escalating conflicts around the world, etc., and then we had one candidate who opposed this. The candidate who opposed this won by the rules of their electoral system, but lost the popular vote, therefore undermining his legitimacy right away.  To make matters worse, after a few good months were he seemed to be sticking to his promises, he suddenly, roughly a little over a month ago has started doing a U-Turn. No sign of the Mexican border wall. No desire anymore to pull out of the destructive NAFTA agreement. Attacking Syria and therefore making their relationship with Russia worse, after having promised to leave Syria alone and work on improving their relationship with Russia.

Smug, anti-Trump types will sneer at Trump voters for being “stupid enough to vote for him”. But realistically, what else could they do? Trump was saying he would stop illegal immigration and immigration from incompatible cultures, stop getting into pointless wars, move away from free trade agreements etc. Hillary said the exact opposite. If people wanted to see these policies implemented then obviously they’re going to vote for the person who said that they’ll do them, not the one who said they won’t. Sneering at disillusioned Trump voters for doing a U-Turn is basically victim-blaming. They had no way of knowing that he would betray them, but they did know for certain that Hillary would implement policies they didn’t want (well unless she too was to do a U-Turn, but that of course would have necessitated a betrayal of HER voters), so unless his supporters had psychic powers of some kind, and could see the future, they aren’t to blame. The democratic system, which allows people to lie their way into power with fake promises, and then doesn’t hold them to account when they break these promises is to blame.

However, it is France specifically that I want to draw my attention to. Yesterday, they had their presidential election.  For the past few years they’ve been led by Francois Hollande, a “leader” so pathetic that by the end of his run, he literally only had a 4% approval rate. During his presidency, they’ve had terrorist attacks occur every few months (and that’s not even counting the many attempted ones that were successfully prevented before-hand),  and they’ve had near constant riots in Paris, orchestrated primarily by people of Middle Eastern and African descent.

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This is a scene from Paris, and this is the least of the problems that these invaders are causing.

So you would think the French would be pretty angry about what has been happening, and indeed they sure seem to be. You would also think that after the failures of both Sarkozy and Hollande, that they would want someone different from the usual political establishment. In the end, they were left with two possible candidates to choose from. They could go with either Marine Le Pen, the candidate who seemed to want to put an end to the these problems, by giving the French people a referendum on EU membership, and putting an end to mass immigration (which of course, makes her a racist). Or they could go with Emmanuel Macron… a man who worked as an investment banker for a Rothschild bank no less (even his Wikipedia page openly mentions this), a man who seems to have a vast history of corruption, a man who supports the Islamisation of Europe, a man who has an offshore bank account to facilitate tax evasion, and a man who said this…

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… about his own country. Just on the surface, the idea of saying that there is no such thing as French culture, sounds laughable, because we all have a natural vision of what symbolises France and “French” in our minds. However, it’s a lot more sinister than it sounds. As I’ve mentioned before, under the UN’s own definition, what is happening in Europe right now, fits the criteria of genocide.

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By making the claim that French culture doesn’t even exist, then technically speaking there is no French culture to protect and preserve. How can he be accused of destroying French culture and by extension, the French people, if there is no such thing? This is essentially how a genocide begins. The first step is to dehumanise the target. In the case of a concept like culture, the first step is to deny it even exists. Then when that is done, you undermine and eliminate it. It’s no big deal of course, because you’re just undermining and eliminating something that doesn’t even exist.

I was hoping that the French people would be able to see what’s going on and vote for Le Pen. Just to be clear, I doubt Le Pen would have actually done anything that she promised. This is democracy after all. Most likely, if she had gotten into power, she would have ended up going back on her promises, just like Trump did. However, having her in power would have served two purposes. One, it would serve as a symbol that the people are fed up with globalisation and the disastrous consequences of multiculturalism, which could have energised even more people to stand up against it. Two, when she inevitably did a U-Turn, it would have served as yet another example of what a sham democracy really is, and brought us closer to having people wake up to the fact that it doesn’t really exist. By not voting for Le Pen, they’ve basically said that they’re ok with constant terrorism (which Macron admits will be a part of their daily lives for years to come), and when he does inevitably fuck up, there will still be people buying into the idea that electoral politics could have still solved the problems facing us, “if only we had voted for Le Pen when we had the chance”.

The fact is, democracy is ridiculous. Nobody seems to get what they really want. I can’t think of any examples of a democratic society in which a large majority of the people actually approve of their leader, beyond the short time after the initial victory, because they always let the people down eventually. Even a leader who was supposedly very popular like Obama, had approval rates that tended to fluctuate within the 40s and 50s percent range for most of his time in office. As I already mentioned, Francois Hollande had a 4% approval rating in the end. Justin Trudeau’s party in Canada are currently on around a 36% approval rate. Angela Merkel is still somehow the most popular leader in Germany, but even she has seen her approval decline to just 43%, which of course means that 57% don’t approve of her.

Then on the other hand I look at the leaders that the west demonises, the so called “dictators” and “undemocratic” leaders. Vladimir Putin has an approval rate of about 86%, and this is even after Russia has had its economy devastated by Western sanctions. The Russian people don’t care about the economic hardship they’re experiencing. If anything, because they know the west are responsible, it just causes them to support him even more. Assad, a man who the West claim is a brutal dictator who kills his own citizens for no reason, won a contested election in 2014, with 88.7% of the vote, and there is no indication that his popularity is declining. Duterte in the Philippines, a man who has essentially made murder legal (as long as you claim that the person you killed was a drug dealer or addict), enjoys an approval rating of 83%, down from the 91% he once enjoyed, but still far higher than any Western leader.

So when you really think about that, how insane does it all sound? Here in the West, where we have democracy and electoral politics, we don’t approve of our leaders. Meanwhile, in countries that the West condemns for their alleged lack of democracy, the leaders enjoy far more popularity than any Western leader that you can think of. The difference of course is that in these countries, the leaders actually represent the will of their people. In the west, where we’re supposedly free to choose the leaders that we want to represent us, they don’t represent us at all. Having our will represented is what we really want.

So if that’s the case, then what is the point of democracy? Yes, in theory I like the idea of being able to choose who will lead my country, but if they don’t implement policies that I support, then in practice, it’s useless anyway. We may as well just have a dictator in power. On the other hand, if we were to be represented by a strong decisive leader, who does implement the will of the people, then it really wouldn’t matter if I chose him or not. All that would matter to me is that he’s implementing policies that I approve of.

And that’s the point I want to end on. Does democracy really matter? If the choice is between an elected leader who doesn’t implement the policies that I want, and an unelected leader who does implement them, then the better choice seems obvious to me.

And he’s done it now.

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I’m very disappointed in you for this Trump. You aren’t a glorious leader anymore.

I can’t believe it. He has actually done it. I was hoping he was going to wait things out, allow a proper investigation to be conducted, and not act hastily, until all the information was available..

That’s not what he did. He has actually launched an attack against Assad’s forces in Syria. Yes, the Obama regime attacked them too, but they always at least maintained plausible deniability, by pretending it was an accident, when they were trying to fight ISIS. Trump has actually admitted to what he is doing.

I can’t defend this action whatsoever. As I’ve said numerous times already, one of the main reasons I supported Trump, was because of his promise to not escalate things in the Middle East. As far as I’m concerned, he just broke that promise.

I’m deathly afraid that seeing as Assad is such a close ally of Russia’s that this could force Russia’s hand and cause them to retaliate. I do not want to see a confrontation break out between Russia and America, because that conflict has the potential to destroy us all. I also think this will have the potential to make the migrant crisis, currently destroying Europe, even worse than it already is. It certainly doesn’t help in any way. I’m disgusted with the media and political establishment for promoting this agenda, and I’m furious with Trump for falling for it.

If this leads to a war, I’ll never forgive him.

WW3 back to being a possibility again :/

This is not going to be a happy post. The truth is, I’m very worried right now. Remember about a week ago, I wrote a post about how America was no longer calling for Assad to be removed from power in Syria? I felt very good at the time, because I believed that doing this would eliminate any possibility of a conflict developing in the region between America and Russia. Such a conflict, I feel, could have potentially escalated to the point of war between the two. If that was to happen, it would in fact be the beginning of World War 3. That is not an exaggeration. That’s why I was so relieved to see Trump agree to allow Assad to keep power.

Then this had to happen:

So as soon as Trump agrees to back off on Assad, a chemical weapon attack happens, and innocent civilians, including children are effected. From a logical stand point, it makes absolutely no sense for Assad to do this. With the help of his Russian allies, he’s already winning the civil war, and is rapidly approaching a total victory. There’s no logical reason for him to start committing war crimes all of a sudden, and provoking a response from the United States, after they have agreed to leave him alone. Such an action could only be undertaken by an idiot or a madman, and anyone who has actually taken the time to listen to Assad speak, will know that he is neither. Nevertheless, the media and Western shill politicians instantly jumped to the conclusion that Assad and his regime were to blame, without even waiting for an investigation to be conducted first.

Some informative comments from the video above.

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This comment is referring to this plan from 2013 that the CIA had to stage a chemical weapon attack in Syria, and blame it on Assad. Amazing how people are stupid enough to fall for these tricks more than once.

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A British journalist in Syria offers this suggestion as to what actually happened:

According to him, what actually happened was that the terrorists (who America had been backing against Assad, before Trump came to power) had a factory that they were using to develop chemical weapons. The Syrian air force destroyed this factory, possibly without any knowledge of what was really being developed there, and this caused chemicals to leak out and harm civilians. In contrast to what the Western media is saying, it wasn’t a deliberate chemical attack from the Assad regime on his own people.

Unfortunately, Trump seems to be buying into the lies:

Some informative comments from the video above.

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I just want to make it quite clear that this war is a red line issue for me with Trump. One of the main reasons I supported him at all, was because of his insistence on ending the wars in the Middle East, and his desire to forge a better relationship with Russia, unlike Hillary who was literally campaigning on shooting down Russian planes, operating in Syria. If Trump goes back on those promises, and ends up starting a war over this, I’m done with him. I will renounce my support for him, that’s how serious this issue is to me. Hopefully, cooler heads will prevail here, and he’ll do the right thing. I really really hope that he does.

Trump proven right in his wiretapping accusations.

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I knew it was going to be true. This is how Trump always works. He deliberately makes an outrageous sounding statement that on the surface, makes him sound like a liar, or an idiot. The media goes into a frenzy, tripping over themselves to mock him for it. Then a few days or weeks later, he’s proven correct, and in the process, he causes the media to expose themselves as the liars that they are. And they keep falling into the trap every single time. They don’t call him the master of 4D chess for no reason, you know.

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From Washington Times

The latest in the fast-moving story about Susan Rice’s alleged unmasking of several aides to President Donald Trump’s campaign is that the data request was for “detailed spreadsheets” of intercepted telephone calls.

Funny how in this situation, it’s only “alleged”, but in the case of Russia supposedly hacking the election, and Trump cooperating with them when they did it, it’s always reported as a confirmed fact, even though there is no actual evidence to support it.

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Not only is there no evidence to tie Trump to the Russians hacking the election, but there is also no evidence that they even hacked the election at all. It’s just a hoax that won’t die.

Unlike the Russia hacking story, there actually is evidence to support this wiretapping story, yet this is only “alleged” to be true apparently. That’s the mainstream media for you. They don’t exist to keep people informed about what’s going on. They exist to manipulate the masses to think a certain way.

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A former U.S. attorney named Joseph diiGenova told the Daily Caller: “What was produced by the intelligence community at the request of Ms. Rice were detailed spreadsheets of intercepted phone calls with unmasked Trump associates in perfectly legal conversations with individuals.”

That’s quite a bit different than data on Trump being mistakenly swept into a intelligence operation.

They were obviously just looking for dirt to use against him in the election.

“The overheard conversations involved no illegal activity by anybody of the Trump associates, or anyone they were speaking with,” diGenova said, to the news outlet. “In short, the only apparent illegal activity was the unmasking of the people in the calls.”

The question is, will anyone face prison time for doing this?

The Daily Caller and Breitbart reported confirmation of diGenova’s comments from “other official sources with direct knowledge.”

And one more tidbit: These spreadsheets were allegedly requested by Rice a year before the 2016 presidential election.

Like I said, just looking for dirt on him. There was no way they could have possibly been investigating a suspected Russian hacking of the election, a year before the election even happened, and before Trump was even the Republican nominee. As I’ve said before, the political establishment were out to destroy Trump right from the beginning. They were probably hoping to find some dirt they could use against him early on, to stop him from even getting the nomination in the first place, that’s how threatened they were by him.

Meanwhile, Fox News has been reporting the unmasked names of Trump’s aides were turned over to officials within the National Security Council and the Department of Defense, as well as to James Clapper, then-President Barack Obama’s director of national intelligence, and to John Brennan, CIA director under Obama.

Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser under Obama — just a slot behind Rice — was also named by Fox News as participating in the alleged White House-fueled data collection operation.

But somehow we’re supposed to believe that Obama himself was unaware of what his underlings were up to. They’re going to be the ones thrown under the bus for this, in his place.

No wonder Obama’s been largely silent on the whole Trump Tower wiretapping matter.

Doesn’t want to be on record denying his involvement, and then being caught out later and exposed as a liar as well. If he doesn’t deny it, he isn’t technically a liar.

Anyway, from looking at this story, here’s my theory on how this relates to the Russian hacker narrative. The Democrats committed a blatant abuse of power by collecting information on Trump and his people illegally, with the intention of using any information they found, against him. They did this with the full understanding that they’d get away with it, because Hillary was going to win the election and would cover it all up anyway. Unfortunately for them, they found nothing substantial that they could use against him. When Hillary lost, they panicked, because they knew Trump would now have access to all the files and intel related to the spying against him.

To protect themselves, they then made up an idiotic conspiracy theory that Russia hacked the election (with no supporting evidence whatsoever), and that Trump cooperated with them. This served two purposes. The first purpose, was to distract people from the real corruption that was going on, on their side. The second, was to give them a plausible justification for their spying, once it was inevitably exposed to the public. They could claim that Trump was suspected of engaging in illegal activities with the Russians to hack the election, and that they were really spying on the Russians, in order to protect the integrity of their democracy. Then they claim that any information found on Trump was “incidental” from when they were spying on Russia.

I hope people can see through this nonsense by now. My only worry is that people are so blinded by their hatred of Trump, that they won’t give a damn about this corrupt and illegal act, just because he was the victim. The psychological phenomenon that led to witch hunts 400 years ago, still exists in people today. I think a lot of people today, would rather see Trump go down for this Russian hacker thing, even though it’s clearly false, rather than see true justice served, and for those involved in spying on him, and inventing the Russian story, from getting their just desserts.

Good news. The US no longer insists on getting rid of Assad.

Fantastic news. It seems that under Trump, America has finally come to its senses in regards to Syria, and now realises, that getting rid of Assad, probably isn’t the best idea. In case you’re wondering as to why I think it’s a good thing to support keeping Assad in power, please read these two previous post of mine.

From Irish Independent

The US diplomatic policy on Syria is no longer focused on making the war-torn country’s president Bashar al-Assad leave power, the US ambassador to the United Nations said yesterday, in a departure from the Obama administration’s initial and public stance on his fate.

This is the logical decision. I’m not saying that Assad is necessarily a saint himself, but the only alternative to him, was allowing the country to be overrun and conquered by ISIS, Al-Nusra, and other jihadist groups. Despite the propaganda in the western media, there is no evidence that any viable “moderate opposition” to Assad even exists.

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The “other rebels” (which were barely any better than ISIS anyway), were never going to win. It was either going to be the legitimate Syrian government, or ISIS. America therefore, by opposing the legitimate Syrian government, was supporting ISIS.

The view of the Trump administration is also at odds with European powers, who insist Mr Assad must step down. “You pick and choose your battles and when we’re looking at this, it’s about changing up priorities and our priority is no longer to sit there and focus on getting Assad out,” US Ambassador Nikki Haley told reporters.

Isn’t it funny, how the West always talks about how much they respect “democracy”, yet when a leader they don’t approve of is democratically elected, he has to go? It’s even worse, when you also consider the fact that Russia is backing Assad. They’re willing to risk a confrontation with Russia, all to get rid of a leader they don’t approve of.

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“It doesn’t matter that the Syrian people support him. What matters is that WE don’t, so he has to go.”

“Do we think he’s a hindrance? Yes. Are we going to sit there and focus on getting him out? No. What we are going to focus on is putting the pressure in there so that we can start to make a change in Syria.”

A good change would be to stop supporting the terrorists that are trying to destroy the country.

The Obama administration, in its later years, was focused on reaching a deal with Russia that would eventually see Assad go, though it also shifted its focus to the fight against Isil, who captured swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria in 2014.

As presidential nominee, Donald Trump said defeating Isil was a higher priority than persuading Mr Assad to step down.

There it is, stated outright, that getting rid of Assad, was a higher priority to them than stopping ISIS, before Trump took over. Does any normal person (even those who don’t approve of Assad) honestly believe that ISIS is the lesser of two evils? You can be sure as well that if Hillary had won the election, she would be continuing Obama’s policies right now,  even going as far as setting up a no-fly zone in Syria, possibly shooting down Russian planes in the process, and therefore starting World War 3 with Russia.

But who cares about that, right? Sure, a third world war would be bad, but at least she doesn’t say mean words, make jokes about grabbing pussy, or enforce basic immigration laws, like that monster, Trump.

“We can’t necessarily focus on Assad the way that the previous administration did,” said Ms Haley. “Our priority is to really look at how do we get things done, who do we need to work with to really make a difference for the people in Syria.”

I approve of this.

Meanwhile, a federal judge in Hawaii indefinitely extended an order blocking enforcement of Mr Trump’s revised ban on travel to the US from six predominantly Muslim countries.

US District Judge Derrick Watson turned an earlier temporary restraining order into a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit brought by the state of Hawaii challenging Mr Trump’s travel directive as unconstitutional religious discrimination.

And this piece of shit judge is an idiot. Besides the fact that the US constitution only applies to US citizens (so it doesn’t matter if the ban discriminates against the religion of prospective immigrants, because, the US constitution doesn’t apply to them), the law is entirely on Trump’s side. In fact, it can be read right here.

“Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate. “

^I don’t think it could be any clearer than that. This judge is just playing politics and is only wasting time. It’s inevitable that after it’s appealed, that a higher court, such as the Supreme Court (assuming it has a judge that interprets the law fairly) will overturn it. In the mean time, because of this judge, while we’re waiting for this to happen, potential terrorists, who would have been banned, will get into the country, and anybody who is killed by them, their blood will be on his hands.

Anyway, no point focusing on that. I’m just glad to know that America is finally going to do the right thing in regards to Syria. Not only will this be good in the sense of fostering a better relationship between Russia and America, but if the war is brought to its end, it takes away the justification for the current ongoing migrant crisis in Europe. I don’t expect migration to stop of course (because the war was only a convenient excuse to justify it), but when it keeps on happening after the war is over, and when migrants already in Europe aren’t getting sent back, it might wake up more people as to what is actually going on.

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George W. Bush on Trump~ “I don’t like the racism”.

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I remember there was a time not too long ago (before Trump announced his presidential candidacy really), when George W. Bush was widely reviled as possibly the worst president in American history, and was pretty much regarded as a laughing stock the world over, for his perceived idiocy. However, times have changed, and now Trump is public enemy number one. He’s the kind of figure who is so hated that even a complete cretin like Bush is able to score brownie points off of criticising him. Seeing this happen kind of reminds me of this scene from a Batman/Captain America comic crossover. The Joker (one of the most ruthless and sadistic villains in the genre) is so disgusted when he realises that the Red Skull is a Nazi, that he suddenly starts acting virtuous in comparison.

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Anyway, lets see what Bush had to say.

From Washington Post

Former president George W. Bush described the current atmosphere in the country in dark terms, though he insisted that the current climate is not unprecedented in America’s history.

Yeah I would say things were probably a whole lot worse in late 2008 or so, after he crashed the economy and caused the worst recession in 80 years, or when he had the country gripped in a state of perpetual and unnecessary war.

“I don’t like the racism and I don’t like the name-calling and I don’t like the people feeling alienated,” Bush told People magazine in a recent interview. “Nobody likes that.”

Yes, think of all the hurt feelings that might have been felt. What kind of a monster would say mean, hurtful things about others? Of course, it’s not as if the other side has taken the moral highground here, what with the speculation in the media that Trump’s youngest son Barron is autistic, or the mockery directed towards his wife, our beautiful Empress, for her English language skills.

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Do not besmirch the good name of our Empress.

Recently, the former president has been speaking out about the political climate in Washington, carefully lodging his objections to some of President Trump’s key policy objectives and rhetoric. The latest installment comes in People this week, as Bush is on a media tour to promote his book of portraits highlighting wounded veterans.

There we go. He’s probably just speaking out against Trump in order to drum up attention for his book. I doubt a psychopathic piece of shit like Bush honestly gives a damn about the hurt feelings of any minority that Trump might have said things about.

He made a clear distinction between his objection to meddling in the affairs of his successors and speaking out on subjects that affect his post-presidential Bush Center.

“When President Obama got elected, friends would call: ‘You must speak out! You must do this, you must do that.’ Turns out, other people are doing the same thing this time,” Bush said. “I didn’t feel like speaking out before because I didn’t want to complicate the job and I’m not going to this time. However, at the Bush Center we are speaking up.”

The reason he didn’t speak out against Obama, wasn’t because of some sense of decency on his part. He didn’t speak out, because the Republican and Democratic establishment are just two sides of the same coin. They’ll pretend to be different in order to give the ordinary American people the illusion of choice, but when it really comes down to it on the important issues, they’re basically identical. Trump on the other hand, for better or worse, is not a member of that political establishment, and is pursuing policies that are counter to their interests. That’s the real reason why Bush will speak out against Trump, but not against Obama, who was supposedly the leader of the enemy party.

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That’s because the Bush Center does work — naturalization ceremonies and Texas-based leadership training for Muslim women — that brushes up against some of Trump’s most controversial proposals.

On Monday, in an interview with NBC’s “Today” show, Bush was asked specifically about Trump’s policies and offered a muted critique of the current president’s approach to talking about terrorism, his plans to ban immigration from predominantly Muslim countries, and his denunciation of the press.

Countries which the Obama administration singled out as being potential terrorist hotspots by the way. The ban is also only temporary (with Syria being the one exception and having an “indefinite” length of time for its ban). Meanwhile, the countries with the largest Muslim populations on the planet such as India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Indonesia, etc., aren’t banned at all.

“I consider the media to be indispensable to democracy,” Bush said, when asked about Trump calling the media the “enemy of the people.” “We need an independent media to hold people like me to account.”

There’s still plenty of independent media out there, and even the ones that Trump has called out such as CNN, CBS, the New York Times, the Huffington Post etc., are still free to operate just fine. All he’s doing is calling them out on their lies, or their manipulation of narratives to suit an agenda. It’s not as if he’s rounding journalists up and putting them in prison, for saying things he doesn’t like.

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This is actually how the media acts. Don’t believe me? Just look at how they lie in this next video.

Calling for peace you say? Well it might look that way when you cut the footage off just before she tells them to go riot in the suburbs instead, where all white people live.

Or how about this video that Mark Dice made about the time those four black thugs, kidnapped a mentally disabled white guy and tortured him? CBS Radio reported it in such a way to make it sound like it was actually four white Donald Trump supporters who kidnapped and tortured a black guy instead.

In fact, I’d recommend checking out Mark Dice’s entire playlist on “Fake News” to see more examples of this sort of carry on from the media.

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This is how they actually feel.
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This is how they actually act.

According to People, Bush called the current political climate “pretty nasty” but maintained that he is optimistic about the country’s future.

“I’m optimistic about where we’ll end up,” Bush said. “We’ve been through these periods before and we’ve always had a way to come out of it. I’m more optimistic than some.”

Now I want to make something quite clear. I don’t believe for a second that Trump should be above criticism or scrutiny. In a democratic and free society, it’s important that people have the freedom to speak out and keep their elected representatives under pressure to implement the will of the people they are supposed to serve. While I do agree with Trump on quite a lot of issues, I don’t believe he deserves blind adoration.

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Although I do love the memes.

However I do have to take exception to George W. Bush of all people, having the audacity to speak out against any alleged “racism” on Trump’s part. This is a man who launched not one, but two, highly destructive and unnecessary wars that resulted in the deaths of who knows how many, innocent Muslims. All deaths that could and should have been avoided. If Muslims weren’t radicalised already to hate America, they were sure given proper justification to do so, as a result of Bush’s evil foreign policies. Trump on the other hand has simply recognised the fact that a large number of Muslims hold views that are incompatible with America’s way of life (and the statistics available prove this), and wants to put a stop to Muslim immigration to the US (which he is perfectly entitled to do under US law).

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Seems pretty cut and dry to me.

So who exactly is worse? The man who started unnecessary (and illegal) wars that resulted in the deaths of huge numbers of people of a certain demographic? Or, the man who wants to stop immigration from people of this demographic, which is perfectly in line with the laws of his country, and is only being done to protect his own citizens, arguably, from the backlash caused by those aforementioned wars?

I know what I think anyway.