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WAKE UP! NWO Globalist Plot: Trump and the Rise of Fascism

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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:39 PM
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I thought the loony left PC police were the new fascists lol. Trump is just an idiot with weird hair who says the wrong thing... Trump seems to be not with the so called establishment thus he has enemies on all sides trying to destroy him.




posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:40 PM
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originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: 11andrew34

Is there any proof that Trump all of a sudden is a humanitarian who cares about anything other than his wealth?

He doesn't project any compassion or empathy.



And you think Hillary cares about anything other than herself? What point are you trying to make?



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:42 PM
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originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: 11andrew34

Is there any proof that Trump all of a sudden is a humanitarian who cares about anything other than his wealth?

He doesn't project any compassion or empathy.


Doesn't he?

I guess a lot of people don't understand his 'mean boss' persona. Sports coaches do it too. At the very least, people might remember a high school or college teacher who used the same sort of trick to get the best out of their students.

As a boss, he needs to prevent 'excessive familiarity' with employees. It's not just so he can heartlessly fire who the bottom line demands he needs to fire; it's to get the best out of them so that he doesn't end up having to fire them in the first place.

Bosses, teachers, coaches, etc like that, everyone starts out hearing about their fearsome reputation. Then they get the job, start the class, the season starts etc, and they find out it's true and the boss/coach/teacher is a hardass and slavedriver etc.

Then somewhere midway through the season, people start to realize what is really going on. They're winning. They're performing better than they ever have before. Then the season is over and they wish it wasn't ending.

They care enough to lead. They care enough to 'be the bad guy' instead of acting like your buddy and getting no results. Which approach is more compassionate to the people who follow you in the long run?



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:45 PM
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originally posted by: Cobaltic1978
Trump is saying what a lot of middle class Americans are thinking. It may go against your values or political leaning, but he is saying exactly what some Americans want to hear.


You might want to make clear exactly what you mean by him saying what they are thinking. Because he says a lot of things and there are many Americans who aren't thinking what Trump is saying at all. Hence the division it's causing.

Also, it should be pointed out that those who do think the same as Trump and agree with his message might hearing Trump say the things they want to hear but that in no way makes any of it accurate. Just because he is saying what some people are thinking doesn't mean those people are correct in their thoughts. As we would all agree, Americans aren't exactly known for being well informed with accurate information in today's world.


Most people are tired of the P.C brigade and they are doing their upmost to take away everyone's right of free speech, by accusing most comments of being racist.


This latest meme of Free Speech being taken away needs to be re-thought I think. While some cases may be valid for such a claim it's highly overrated. In fact we are up to our eyeballs in free speech now. The internet and social media has made free speech available to everyone to such a magnitude that we are awash in the waves of speech which we are now drowning in. Anyone with something to say, regardless of how accurate it may be, from the slightest comment to the most in depth report, has a multitude of avenues to express it with. I'd say the opposite is actually true in fact.

Let's not confuse the loss of Speech with the rise of counter speech. If someone speaks their mind only to find a huge opposition to what they have to say or having to face the consequences of what they say isn't the loss of speech. It's simply having to take responsibility for what you are saying. Free Speech doesn't mean getting to say whatever you want without taking responsibility for what you're saying. It means you can say what you want but if what you're saying is a bunch of BS then expect to get called out for it and expect the consequences for what you're saying.


Clinton is a Bilderberger, she is the one you should be talking about, she is the establishment's choice.


Clinton being an insider isn't a mystery though. It needs little in the way of exposure to know what's going on there. That's why nobody is talking about her or warning of what she's up to. Most people are already aware of that and have been for a while now. To focus on her is redundant at this point. It's clear to most everyone that she's a shill and in the pocket of many already. There isn't much left to expose there.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:52 PM
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Those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The USA is doomed.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:56 PM
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a reply to: 11andrew34

You might be right but you might be very wrong with that theory. In some cases you might find the "mean leader" does work out like you say. It happens a lot on TV and in stories for sure. In reality probably not so much though. Most of us know of many "Mean Bosses" over the years and I'd say most are simply selfish pricks and nothing deeper than that.

It's an interesting theory you have there but before anyone should bet the nation and the lives of hundreds of millions of people and the society in which they live on such a theory I'd suggest that they get more evidence to support it being true. Because sometimes the A-hole in charge is just an A-hole and nothing more.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:57 PM
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Nonsense. the last thing anyone in collusion with the NWO wants or needs
is persons saying what's on their minds, and you know it.

This leads to more free thought. And when that happens, people become free.

Trump may be less than intellectually complex, in fact he is as brutally simple as a man can be, and not used to being caged.
Someone tried to cage him, and I imagine kiddies on a stick are being dangled before him right about now...
so be careful, Donald. So serious am I. That is how it works, and I pray he is uninterested.

But in his simplicity, he has already freed us from a couple of decades of enslavement.
They do not want him.

Get back in your cage and try again.

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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:01 PM
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originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: Cobaltic1978

So is Trump. Of course Hillary is a dog on a leash as well.

She’s a Rottweiler and Trump is a bulldog

Do you honestly believe they don’t have every corner covered?

Like the 2004 election, Bush against Kerry, two Skull n Bones brothers.





GREAT point! Trump golfs with Bill and HAS been friends with the Clintons for a long time (probably since I was in diapers)

They do have every corner covered and the results of this "election" are already set in stone



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:08 PM
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I dont believe you are correct however i do see the lefts ability to twist everything a white person says in to a racist remark as the result of what is happening. what did they expect white people to just lay down in traffic and allow to be run over. Serously for 20 sum years we have been silent and watching the world go down the toilet. Everytime a white guy said anything someone didn't like he was labled a rascist and dismissed, no matter how compelling he explained himself. World learders are so stupid they will opening protest an action our own president suggests while opening doing the same thing themselves. Once white people got over the shock of being called a racist for having any type of logic that required personal responisibilty for your actions regardless of race but somehow are still called racist ,we just dont care about being called the r word anymore.

its funny people are watching obama trample all over peoples rights. The NSA collecting data on you, the TPP trade deal, clinton having top secret emails on her personal computer and her presidential bid funding from Arab nation leaders. but trump is the evil one lol. please dont get me started on sanders a jewish socialist who sold the american public out for the banks during the audit the fed bill.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:10 PM
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a reply to: mOjOm

I think you have me confused with a Trump supporter, I am English and these are my observations from a neutral point of view.

Trump has obviously done some research on what the big issues are for conservative voters and he is picking on these issues. Sure he doesn't do it very eloquently, but it appears to be effective enough to garner enough support for the nomination.

With regards to the free speech, again I am not agreeing with what he is saying, but he should be free to say what he is saying and expect people to counter argue, rather than revert to calling him a racist or bigot. I have been guilty of doing the same with UKIP here in the U.K, but have decided that counter argument is more conducive.

As for Clinton, yes I am sure her friend Trump will do all he can to ensure she is elected.

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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:10 PM
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originally posted by: ItCameFromOuterSpace
a reply to: Willtell

I'm not supporter of the guy, but I don't see where Trump is trying to silence people or promoting genocide like some on the left. The left has taken a hard fascist turn in the past few years, so if you wanna talk fascism that where you need to look.





posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:10 PM
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originally posted by: mOjOm
a reply to: 11andrew34

You might be right but you might be very wrong with that theory. In some cases you might find the "mean leader" does work out like you say. It happens a lot on TV and in stories for sure. In reality probably not so much though. Most of us know of many "Mean Bosses" over the years and I'd say most are simply selfish pricks and nothing deeper than that.

It's an interesting theory you have there but before anyone should bet the nation and the lives of hundreds of millions of people and the society in which they live on such a theory I'd suggest that they get more evidence to support it being true. Because sometimes the A-hole in charge is just an A-hole and nothing more.


It's not like Trump just appeared out of thin air.

His employees, on the whole, seem to really love working for or having worked for him. That's exactly what you'd expect if I was right. Otherwise, he'd have to be a genuinely mean and selfish jerk who somehow also managed to trick his employees.

He has a track record of winning in business, comparable to that of a highly successful sports coach. The most laughable talking point about Trump is that he is a bad businessman because he took a handful of companies into bankruptcy. If you have any perspective at all about how difficult it is to run successful businesses, about how many fail and the realistic odds of any business succeeding at all, it's impressive for Trump to have run...I forget how many companies...if not hundreds, it's easily over a hundred, and he has only taken a handful into bankruptcy.

You say it only happens on TV and in movies yet oddly enough, I can't think of a TV or movie character like that off the top of my head. Instead, right away, I think of the real people I knew in my life thus far.

The most common place for people to encounter them are actually high school and college teachers. Beyond that, sports coaches. It describes a lot of the great sports coaches...maybe even most of them, but it also describes a lot of 'ordinary' sports coaches, the kind who are successful at the local level whether it's high school football or little league baseball etc.

Look, if I want to vote for someone who is just a selfish asshat, I have plenty of options I'm pretty sure about. Trump is at the very least a solid 'maybe' option for somebody who is serious about actually leading, actually trying to get things done and make things better for the long run.

Selfish? Egmoaniac? Maybe true on both counts...but unlike the others, there seems to be a plausible way it could work in our favor. His ego wants a legacy, and yet he's in touch with reality enough that it could turn out very well for the country to run with that motive.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:20 PM
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originally posted by: digital01anarchy
I dont believe you are correct however i do see the lefts ability to twist everything a white person says in to a racist remark as the result of what is happening. what did they expect white people to just lay down in traffic and allow to be run over. Serously for 20 sum years we have been silent and watching the world go down the toilet. Everytime a white guy said anything someone didn't like he was labled a rascist and dismissed, no matter how compelling he explained himself. World learders are so stupid they will opening protest an action our own president suggests while opening doing the same thing themselves. Once white people got over the shock of being called a racist for having any type of logic that required personal responisibilty for your actions regardless of race but somehow are still called racist ,we just dont care about being called the r word anymore.

its funny people are watching obama trample all over peoples rights. The NSA collecting data on you, the TPP trade deal, clinton having top secret emails on her personal computer and her presidential bid funding from Arab nation leaders. but trump is the evil one lol. please dont get me started on sanders a jewish socialist who sold the american public out for the banks during the audit the fed bill.


Where do you live or what shows are you watching? Maybe it's just a reflection of the people you are around? From my experience "in the real world", racism is almost dead. I interact with many people as a "white man" every day and our races and other differences seem to be a rare topic. Obviously there are racist people out there, but they are few and far between compared to a few decades ago.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:22 PM
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a reply to: 11andrew34

We'll just have to disagree with each other then and move on.

I was just pointing out that your theory is based on assumption and it could very well be wrong. I never said it was wrong for sure. You should be willing to at least admit to that. But maybe not.

I don't care.

I'm fine with not choosing any theory as being correct for now and keeping my options open. You can do what you want.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:26 PM
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Dear God! How many threads do I have to post this on. Historian Michael Ledeen studied Italian Fascism.

www.forbes.com...


Read the article. Fedeen is not a Trump supporter. He is an Historian that has studied Fascism. He says talk of Trump being a Fascist is showing the ignorance of the people that keep bringing it up. Trump is not a Fascist according to this expert. I'll take his word for it rather than all the people that have no clue.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:58 PM
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Meanwhile leftists on college campuses are shutting down free speech they don't like at universities & schools, the internet and in the media through violence and threats.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 02:12 PM
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originally posted by: ItCameFromOuterSpace
a reply to: Willtell

I'm not supporter of the guy, but I don't see where Trump is trying to silence people...


Silence people? Not necessary, his supporters just punch protesters, I mean 'disruptors' and then the person punched are tackled by cops on scene and handcuffed. No need for Trump to personally silence anyone.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 02:30 PM
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originally posted by: Willtell

originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: Willtell

Fascism, midget risings, neo racism, Donald Trump , more midgets, NATO,CIA, military gladiators , FASCISM

ok, I got it


No you don’t get it.

You believe the fantasy told to you

Trump is just a dog on a lease



I think Hillary is worse... How can anybody do what she (allegedly did) with her hubby and run for potus? Where there is smoke there is fire.. well ok..maybe not. But when there are dozens of hotspots smoking you bet ya one of them is burning like a furnace.

Maybe this will inspire some here on ATS..






posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 02:37 PM
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a reply to: TechniXcality

As a midget ive firmly decided i will take no part in uprising. Far too lazy



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 02:41 PM
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a reply to: IvyNeptune

Sweetheart we've discussed this, you will take part in no midget uprising or otherwise. I'm just glad you are on my team.



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