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 41 
 on: September 26, 2016, 12:58:07 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by DDF
They're following the 7 point plan Al-Qaeda laid out (9/11 being the opening salvo), converging with thethe 5 point plan of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Both discuss escalating and ultimately open confrontation. While the attacks look 'random' and 'small minority' they have social cover - but once the iron fist shows itself, which eventually it must, they lose the protected status they presently have. They (as collective social enablers and the active militant group) will then be exposed. The plan rides on the mass following along in defense of Islam.

I expect that sadly it will get to this stage, and while it may not be pleasant and there will be casualties, it is where the tide is likely to turn. The enemy will no longer be amorphous, but clearly identified.

Exactly so. The same is true of the Left (or any group that has a minority following, but that is prone to violence - as any group that wishes to govern must be), that while they suffer a numerical minority, they will wage war indirectly, often with words, but capable of escaping overt violence levied against them. In the end, historically, differing cultures have never existed together, long term, peacefully. The stronger group will always do one of the three following; submit the smaller group into assimilation on one form or another, kill the smaller group off, or drive them from the land they inhabit. The only exception to this, is the smaller group fighting a prolonged war, often guerrilla in nature, and winning. There is nothing else. If I'm mistaken (and I don't believe I am), I honestly welcome someone else to point it out.

 42 
 on: September 26, 2016, 12:51:16 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by Martel
They're following the 7 point plan Al-Qaeda laid out (9/11 being the opening salvo), converging with the 5 point plan of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Both discuss escalating and ultimately open confrontation. While the attacks look 'random' and 'small minority' they have social cover - but once the iron fist shows itself, which eventually it must, they lose the protected status they presently have. They (as collective social enablers and the active militant group) will then be exposed. The plan rides on the mass following along in defense of Islam.

I expect that sadly it will get to this stage, and while it may not be pleasant and there will be casualties, it is where the tide is likely to turn. The enemy will no longer be amorphous, but clearly identified.

 43 
 on: September 26, 2016, 12:46:37 PM 
Started by G M - Last post by DDF

Indeed.

DOJ did not prosecute because FBI could not determine "intent".

The law does not require intent.

The FBI asked her no questions relating to intent.

The President said he didn't know about her private email until he learned about it in the press in 2014.  The president was emailing her private server via a pseudonym since 2012.

The fish rots from the head, in this case it was at least a two-headed rotten fish.  Now we know the FBI co-conspired with the political wings of the administration.  Also the IRS and DOJ. 

It is not only political opponents who should be upset about this.

We've all pointed out here, many times, that just with the banks, this is too big to fail. Obama stating that he learned of the servers from the media, but then being shown to have been sending and receiving emails from HRC's private server begs an important point:

What do you do when the entire apple is rotten? Because it clearly is.

 44 
 on: September 26, 2016, 12:43:55 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by DDF

We get accustomed to GM's wit but this a profound point.  If these attacks are happening around the world in random places, why wouldn't the Swedish attacker be Lutheran?  But Malmo Sweden is a de facto Muslim country.  The flags they fly are 'Palestine' and ISIS.  These aren't random acts in random places; they are acts of war in places where the enemy was invited in to destroy us.

Agreed. I would enter what I truly think of multiculturalism from a historical perspective, but don't want to give the Left any fuel.

 45 
 on: September 26, 2016, 12:41:38 PM 
Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by DougMacG

We get accustomed to GM's wit but this a profound point.  If these attacks are happening around the world in random places, why wouldn't the Swedish attacker be Lutheran?  But Malmo Sweden is a de facto Muslim country.  The flags they fly are 'Palestine' and ISIS.  These aren't random acts in random places; they are acts of war in places where the enemy was invited in to destroy us.

 46 
 on: September 26, 2016, 12:40:09 PM 
Started by G M - Last post by DougMacG
DOJ did not prosecute because FBI could not determine "intent".

The law does not require intent.

The FBI asked her no questions relating to intent.

The President said he didn't know about her private email until he learned about it in the press in 2014.  The president was emailing her private server via a pseudonym since 2012.

The fish rots from the head, in this case it was at least a two-headed rotten fish.  Now we know the FBI co-conspired with the political wings of the administration.  Also the IRS and DOJ. 

It is not only political opponents who should be upset about this.

 47 
 on: September 26, 2016, 12:14:06 PM 
Started by ccp - Last post by DDF
      Critical Points for Donald Trump


      1. Uniting the White Conservative and Latino votes. - While recognizing that Blacks are also Americans and just as important as any other demographic, the majority of Americans are either Caucasian or Latino, and while there are critical differences between their respective subcultures, the have much in common.

      • Both are traditional and prone to being religious.

      Trump would be wise to focus on the fact that the traditional values of the country are under attack, and while he shouldn't mention it (the following) specifically, Mexico just had a huge march against same sex marriage and many Latinos are very conservative. It could be reasoned that Trump will be attacked for taking this stance, but he is already. With the LGBT community already siding primarily with the Left, he is over-tasked with winning their votes. Aside from that, the LGBT's comprise roughyl 3-4% of the population; whereas, Latinos account for approximately 17% of the population, with the bulk being either in the southwest and Florida. Additionally, both are groups that will presumably have a very high voter turnout this election. If Trump focuses on family values, the importance of religion, the high percentage of Latino veterans (who are immensely patriotic, but who also lean left much of the time) and of not losing one's traditional background, he won't generate any additional heat that hasn't already been generated, and it will resonate with the Latino community, and been seen as a strength. It will also cast off much of the "racist Trump Brand," because he will be engaging the Latinos directly with this point and the following points concerning Latinos.

      • While poverty does exist in both groups, the bulk are middle class and live decent lives, due to the jobs they hold.

      The fact of the matter is, many Latinos in the States do not want to help Mexicans come to the States, legally or otherwise. In fact, many Mexicans in Mexico (the bulk of Latino immigrants being Mexican), have stated that "the worst enemy of a Mexican, is another Mexican," which to them means, that people that are of Mexican decent in the States, don't want more Mexicans going to the United States to ruin the life that people of Mexican decent have found for themselves there, and it is overwhelmingly true. The problem with the 14th amendment allowing for the creation of anchor babies is something that the White conservatives want addressed desperately, but the Latinos do as well, because in the end, nobody wants to lose their job or money to someone else. Suggesting a fix for the decades standing problem would also allow for Trump to flaunt his prowess in political terms where every other politician has failed. This odd topic is a key in uniting the two groups. Trump can only win points by championing this cause. It will give the Whites the closure of the border they want by remedying the 14th amendment, but also protect the hard won lifestyles of the Latinos in the States, who also want the problem fixed, in order to secure their own future.

      There is another important saying in Mexican culture used directly against Latinos in the States which is "no son de aquí, ni de allá," - "they are not from here, nor from there," which is a point that many Latinos in the States take to heart. If Trump invites them to the table by addressing them, they will feel included. They know they are not welcome in Mexico oftentimes, and also know, that to go back to Mexico (even if they are dual citizens), will only result in an insecure future and bleak financial opportunities. Trump needs to capitalize on this. Again, it can only help him, and unfortunately for the Left, they've already labeled Trump as a racist, which may well prove to be the genius of Trump, in that, the Left has nothing any more disparaging with which to label Trump. He can only win at this point.

      • Focusing heavily on Mexican law in terms immigration and voter ID

      The hypocrisy is so thick, that it cannot be denied, and so Trump is virtually immune to being accused of being racist in this regard, and in fact, this too, is something that will resonate with Latinos, if played as an acceptance of their own logical brilliance. The conservative Whites of course agree part and parcel. Establishing voter ID and enforcing immigration law, exactly as it is done in Mexico can only unite the two, betting heavily on the fact and anchoring with, no one wants to lose their job, security, or country.
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      2. Winning the Black votes that can be won. - People wrongly conclude that there is such a thing as "the Black vote." Trump also needs to realize this. Just as there is a huge rift between conservatives and liberals, there are also rifts in the black community. The Black Lives Matter movement, while vocal, and even rampant in social media, fails some important points.


      • Decades of failed leftist policies leaving every major Democratic spot in the country in poverty and ruin; Chicago, Detroit, New York, Cleveland, or any other major metropolitan area. These are failures that Trump has spoken of previously and that he needs to continue attacking, because it is something that attacks Clinton and her ilk and is defenseless. The idea that in Flint, Michigan, people cannot even safely drink water in their homes, whilst under decades of Democratic rule, is also defenseless. There are television stations that are already seeking ways to "fact check" Trump while the debate is televised. We already know that they lean Left, if not blatantly so, so Trump needs to attack them in ways they cannot defend. Failed Democratic policy is a perfect component of that.

      • The absence of the American dream is something that every poverty stricken area has seen. In every instance, every metropolitan area was a hub of industry, that has long since left. Trump, being a business man, can capitalize on this, but will certainly be attacked with the fact that he himself, has sent jobs out of the country. He can easily defend this with him completing his duty of maximizing profits for his company, and no one can fault him for that. he can also maintain that now that it is his duty to defend the American people, he can fulfill his duty because unlike Clinton, he actually has experience creating industry. Clinton will no doubt bring up the fact that he has seen bankruptcy numerous times, but Trump, to his credit, has many more successes than failures and can easily cast this off. Creating industry, while it will not win every Black vote, will certainly interest the Blacks that do in fact, want a better life and that know it won't happen with welfare. An important point here, is that the ones on welfare, that for generations have made a living from it, who do not want to work, will vote for the only person that they think will continue to provide for them. If one can plant a seed, that a truly better life through subsidized education and work programs coupled with job opportunities can be sold to them; thereby, increasing their earning potential and status, they may well be brought into the fold that way, and also, is defenseless by democrats, as they have "had the left on the plantation for decades."  

      3. White Liberals and Millennials. - This is by far the most troublesome group to win over, due to the fact that they aren't yet old enough to really understand finances on their own, as many of them may still live at home, while attending universities, or be so driven by their flawed, failed and hypocritical philosophy, that winning votes from them will be almost impossible. They don't know enough to be bought, and the ones that do, have been indoctrinated for years, oftentimes, after being sucessful by the same capitalist and "racist" system they hate, which well may be their Achilles heel.

      • Millennial activism versus real life opportunity needs to be pointed out, and needs to be done so aggressively. In every instance, every voice coming from Hollywood or the wealthy Leftist elite, used the capitalist model to achieve their wealth, whether they created it themselves or had it inherited, in the case of many established Liberal Elitists. This is a point that should not be lost. The millennials are themselves, but to what end? Do they really want all the hard work they put into their degrees to go to someone else? If that is the case, why wait? They should be told to leave their homes, their schools, their cars, and give them to someone less fortunate than themselves. No one will do this, and even if they would, it would be in such insignificant numbers that it would be irrelevant. They are working for their own successes and they need to be reminded of that. They also need to be reminded of that fact that a great many Leftist politicians made vast fortunes off of the very ideologies that they claim to hate, which is, the State taking advantage of people? How do people in a life of "public service" wind up being millionaires? Trump doesn't suffer from this baggage.

         
      • Liberal Elitists and the Indoctrinated Left - is the one group of people that Trump cannot win, BUT HE CAN drive many of them to other parties, pointing out the DNC corruption that exists, and that cheated their own voice. He can ask why it is, that the cheated aren't being represented in the debates, and fuel their just indignation with the established politicians from the Left, who stated that the liberals knew that the DNC favored Clinton, making it ok to cheat him in the primaries. He can also attack their ethics, of whether they really will support someone who so clearly worked against "the will of the people?"

      Clinton will undoubtedly attack Trump's "basket of deplorables," claiming them to be a group of racists, hellbent on "making America White again." Trump needs to counter that with the assertion that every American matters, and that claiming that one group matters more than another group is a tactic of division, because by definition, one is stating that another American doesn't matter... as much, and that focus should be thrust upon how to elevate the status of every American that wants to elevate their status, rather than color and division. Trump should also drive home the fact, that Clinton hasn't been campaigning for herself, and if she can't even do that, how can she run a country? She is almost never seen in public and cannot even attend her own fundraising events, even when she isn't "sick."

      Clinton will also attack the fact that Trump hasn't released his tax returns. I am certain that this is something that Trump strategists have thought out more than many have at the moment, but stating that it isn't a legal requirement would come across as weak and disingenuous. He should deflect on this one, and point out any one of the numerous flaws with Clinton selling plutonium to Russia and their fortune they have access to in the Clinton Foundation, also pointing out, that any relevant information has been filed with the IRS in accordance to law, unlike the Clintons hiding funds in their foundation.

      The debate tonight will be interesting.

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       48 
       on: September 26, 2016, 02:36:56 AM 
      Started by DougMacG - Last post by DDF
      Looks like at least Breitbart and Reuters picked it up.

      http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/09/21/surprise-that-will-end-trump-globalists-registering-8-million/

      "While illegal for registered U.S. charities to work with or for presidential candidates, a spokeswoman for Avaaz denied any connection to the Hillary campaign when quizzed. Campaigners with Avaaz however, were recorded shouting, “Vote for Hillary!” during the demonstration."

      "They claim to be “independent and accountable” and “wholly member-funded”. Yet, they were formed by the merger of several establishment groups including MoveOn.org – a group that received $1.46 million from George Soros during the 2004 election cycle – and Res Publica, which has received grants totalling $250,000 from the liberal billionaire’s Open Society group.

      Furthermore, Avaaz co-founder Ricken Patel has worked for – either directly or as a consultant – numerous globalist foundations and corporations such as the Rockefeller Foundation and the Gates Foundation."

       49 
       on: September 25, 2016, 11:33:17 PM 
      Started by G M - Last post by Crafty_Dog
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nNM544lCQw

       50 
       on: September 25, 2016, 10:59:24 PM 
      Started by Crafty_Dog - Last post by Crafty_Dog
      http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2016/08/is-elysium-healths-basis-the-fountain-of-youth.html?utm_source=facebookNYMag&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=2%25LaLJune2016AllNFAutobidNYMag&utm_content=Paid+Content&GA=attribution

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