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Ben Carson Republican National Convention Speech 7/19/16

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posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 05:50 AM
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Interesting Speech by Ben Carson!

More Hillary info, something about Hillary worshipping Satan. Saul Alinsky who apparently was her Mentor, and whom in which she wrote her thesis.




So ... there you go.

'note' I'm just the messenger, please don't attack me, Thankyou humbly.


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posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:08 AM
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a reply to: awareness10

I just watched "America, Imagine a World Without Her" last night.

They covered Hillary's connections to Alinsky and the influence he has had on her. Very disturbing to say the least.

I just found that movie on Amazon yesterday.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:17 AM
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a reply to: stosh64

I have to say a lot of things are disturbing about Her. I found it interesting, Ben Carson seemed to have a renewed strength standing up to establishment, 'hillary', as though no longer afraid to speak up freely, this was pretty damn free. Just something that i'd noticed.

What happens next will effect more than just America, but it's allies as well.

Thankyou for adding that piece of information, i'd never heard of it till tonight.




posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:26 AM
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a reply to: awareness10


Amazon

I wish Ben was like this in the primaries. I liked his short speech.

What happens next, as our VP would say, is a "Big F'n Deal".

I have read rules for radicals, I do NOT want that influence in the white house.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:33 AM
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originally posted by: stosh64
a reply to: awareness10


Amazon

I wish Ben was like this in the primaries. I liked his short speech.

What happens next, as our VP would say, is a "Big F'n Deal".

I have read rules for radicals, I do NOT want that influence in the white house.


That looks like an interesting Video, thanks for sharing!


And i agree, it's a very Big deal who wins as VP. I wouldn't want radicals running any Western Country either. That would be outright War.
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posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:41 AM
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Arguably, it's already been there for 8 years. I think it was a big influence on Obama too, and you are right, it does mean War. Look at the world we have and tell me it's become more stable.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:54 AM
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What Carson did last night was push the boundaries further in how far people are wiling to go to reveal the truth. The camouflage is being stripped away piece by piece from the radicals that have taken over the USA.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:55 AM
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a reply to: awareness10

It is interesting, It made me sad pointing out how the ideals this Country were founded on are being demonized for an agenda.
Yeah the U.S. has issues, but the only reason we don't have slavery anymore is because those founding documents made it possible to abolish it. The Civil rights movement was and IS possible because of those founding documents.
SO many things have been made better because those documents foresaw that, at its founding, the Country was NOT perfect, it will never be perfect.

But those ideals were a beacon to the rest of the world, a beacon of HOPE.

And now we have people saying our founding documents are out dated and are not worth studying anymore.

I pray we have not lost forever being that beacon of hope, but I fear we may have, with either candidate. There is, to me, only one thin string of hope left, and that is NOT with Hillary.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 06:59 AM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
Arguably, it's already been there for 8 years. I think it was a big influence on Obama too, and you are right, it does mean War. Look at the world we have and tell me it's become more stable.


It has, I just think Hillary is more committed than Obama, willing to do whatever it takes to implement their vision.

Alinsky's vision.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:01 AM
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originally posted by: stosh64
a reply to: awareness10

It is interesting, It made me sad pointing out how the ideals this Country were founded on are being demonized for an agenda.
Yeah the U.S. has issues, but the only reason we don't have slavery anymore is because those founding documents made it possible to abolish it. The Civil rights movement was and IS possible because of those founding documents.
SO many things have been made better because those documents foresaw that, at its founding, the Country was NOT perfect, it will never be perfect.

But those ideals were a beacon to the rest of the world, a beacon of HOPE.

And now we have people saying our founding documents are out dated and are not worth studying anymore.

I pray we have not lost forever being that beacon of hope, but I fear we may have, with either candidate. There is, to me, only one thin string of hope left, and that is NOT with Hillary.


You are on the brink my friend. In 2017 the dismantling of the constitution could begin in earnest, but you do, for now at least, have a choice to save it. Personally I don't think Americans are strong enough to save it though.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:03 AM
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There was a video I watched on YouTube yesterday with Bill Whittle, Stephen Green, and Scott Ott talking about whether or not PC culture has helped destroy race relations. It tangentially relates to this topic.

Ott related how his grandfather (or father) would tell them stories of WWII, and they were always the funny anecdotes. But one thing that always struck him was how nearly every nickname his old buddy's had was some sort of racial/ethnic slur, and they all used them freely as terms of endearment. It reflected how they realized they were all thrown together from all over and had to bond and watch each other's backs to stay alive.

They can't do that now because it gets someone mad.

Look how easily it all gets torn apart and divided. PC creates new ways we are told we should be mad at each other. New ways to be suspicious and divided, at each other's throats.

This is what having radicals in charge tends to do. The new morality isn't working.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:07 AM
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originally posted by: UKTruth

originally posted by: stosh64
a reply to: awareness10

It is interesting, It made me sad pointing out how the ideals this Country were founded on are being demonized for an agenda.
Yeah the U.S. has issues, but the only reason we don't have slavery anymore is because those founding documents made it possible to abolish it. The Civil rights movement was and IS possible because of those founding documents.
SO many things have been made better because those documents foresaw that, at its founding, the Country was NOT perfect, it will never be perfect.

But those ideals were a beacon to the rest of the world, a beacon of HOPE.

And now we have people saying our founding documents are out dated and are not worth studying anymore.

I pray we have not lost forever being that beacon of hope, but I fear we may have, with either candidate. There is, to me, only one thin string of hope left, and that is NOT with Hillary.


You are on the brink my friend. In 2017 the dismantling of the constitution could begin in earnest, but you do, for now at least, have a choice to save it. Personally I don't think Americans are strong enough to save it though.


Sadly, I agree with you.

Have to do important things like hunt pokemon and catch up on dancing with the stars.

Sad times seeing what so many have given ALL for being treated like toilet paper.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:08 AM
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It was indeed brave of Carson to get this out into the open for discussion.

Hillary was not just influenced by Alinksy, she was in communications with him.


Previously unpublished correspondence between Hillary Clinton and the late left-wing organizer Saul Alinsky reveals new details about her relationship with the controversial Chicago activist and shed light on her early ideological development.

Clinton met with Alinsky several times in 1968 while writing a Wellesley college thesis about his theory of community organizing.

Clinton’s relationship with Alinsky, and her support for his philosophy, continued for several years after she entered Yale law school in 1969, two letters obtained by the Washington Free Beacon show.
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The letters also suggest that Alinsky, who died in 1972, had a deeper influence on Clinton’s early political views than previously known.
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According to the letter, Clinton and Alinsky had kept in touch since she entered Yale. The 62-year-old radical had reached out to give her advice on campus activism.
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She added that she missed their regular conversations, and asked if Alinsky would be able to meet her the next time he was in California.

“I am living in Berkeley and working in Oakland for the summer and would love to see you,” Clinton wrote. “Let me know if there is any chance of our getting together.”



It was Alinsky who wove the inchoate relativism of the post-Communist left into a coherent whoe, and helped to form the coalition of communists, anarchists, liberals, Democrats, black racialists, and social justice activists.



A self-proclaimed radical, Alinsky advocated guerilla tactics and civil disobedience to correct what he saw as an institutionalized power gap in poor communities. His philosophy divided the world into “haves”—middle class and wealthy people —and “have nots”—the poor. He took an ends-justify-the-means approach to power and wealth redistribution, and developed the theoretical basis of “community organizing.”



Clinton’s connection to Alinsky has been the subject of speculation for decades. It became controversial when Wellsley College, by request of the Clinton White House, sealed her 1968 thesis from the public for years. Conservative lawyer Barbara Olson said Clinton had asked for the thesis to be sealed because it showed “the extent to which she internalized and assimilated the beliefs and methods of Saul Alinsky.” Clinton opponent turned Clinton defender David Brock referred to her as “Alinsky’s daughter” in 1996’s The Seduction of Hillary Rodham.


The Hillary Letters Hillary Clinton, Saul Alinsky correspondence revealed

Newly Discovered Letters Between Hillary Clinton & Saul Alinsky (Marxist & Community Organizer) Read more: www.thepoliticalinsider.com...


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posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:12 AM
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a reply to: ketsuko

Exactly.


Now that would be such a trigger I can only imagine the size of the safe space required.

It was, as you said, terms of endearment.

Pussification of America is a part of the agenda.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:35 AM
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a reply to: stosh64

Again, it reminds of the part in the Mass Effect video game where the pilot is talking to the AI and telling her about the joke with two alien races in the game. She replies that the joke plays on negative racial stereotypes of both races and explains what they are. The pilot replies that it's also one of the only jokes you hear both races telling, and continues to say that humor isn't always about the nice things, but that it's a way of airing out those ugly things we think about ourselves and each other in way we can all laugh at.

And we now have a world and culture where comedians are refusing to play at colleges because the students will not go with the humor but choose to get offended instead.

That means we aren't airing all those ugly things we think. They're being bottled up, and we see the results.



When that gets focused on this or that group of people who need to be "removed" in order to relieve their anxiety?



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:53 AM
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a reply to: awareness10

Holy. Crap.

The literal demonization of a candidate. Complete with a league of Boogeymen.

How else will the religious right overlook the moral failings of Trump?

Whatever. The Conventions are pretty much The Mud Pit. Or maybe it's the Poo Pit, cause frankly this stinks.

Enjoy



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 07:57 AM
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a reply to: awareness10

I am a Christian, and I will tell you this. The man who is speaking in this video, is a man whose faith is weak.

Why would I say such a thing? Simple. He tells his listeners, his audience, that if they allow God to be taken from out their lives by the state, then the nation will no longer be blessed, along with everyone in it, that God will turn his back, that Jesus will refrain from entering the lives of people in the country, if God is somehow levered out of the equation.This is a fantastical lie.

Jesus requires only the simplest thing from a human being. To love Him, and accept him as ones personal saviour, to follow Him. He does not require ritual sacrifice, He does not require you pay a tithe to your local religious indoctrination centre, the Lord of Lords does not require that people vote a certain way, and He certainly does not require that nations themselves, as over arching human hierarchies, pay fealty to Him in their documents and customs, He does not require that a nations leadership are particularly aligned to him, in order to give love to those who provide it to him.

Jesus does not judge nations, He does not make blanket judgements about large groups of people, especially when those large groups include those who love Him and follow his footsteps as near as they can. He is not arbitrary, He is not an uncaring being. He is love, He is compassion, He is just, fair, kind, and wise, and to hear Carson talk you would think him a petty being.

Carson fears change, because he has not the stomach to live in Christ, absent tacit support for Christianity as an organisation being present at government level. He fears having to worship Christ in hardship, rather than with ease. He fears mortal efforts to change his nation to a secular one, that God will punish his nation for the slight done to Him by these changes. And I say these are the fears that only a man of weak faith, and poor understanding of Christ would ever take to heart.

What good, Christian person, would cease loving God, following Christ and living in awe of the Holy Spirit, just because his or her nation was not theist at government level? What good Christian person would cease to follow Christ, even if things got so bad, that doing so meant death? Christianity was at its very best, its realest, its height when the Romans used to kill any that they saw. Those who came before us had no churches then. They had to meet in upstairs rooms, in the homes of followers, in the midst of the worst times, had to use coded symbols to communicate the locations of meeting places and times. That was the best time that Christianity had, because the followers of Christ feared nothing including the most harrowing ends imaginable, because they had faith.

Now look, at the bloated, corrupt, manifestly gutless example of Christianity as it has become as a wider concept. This gas filled sack of lies on the stage in the video is so full of fear, that even though he is still free to worship in church without being shot as a criminal, that even though the government need not profess a faith in order for Christ to continue to love His followers in the nation over which that government presides, for God to still watch over those followers, to reach them with the Holy Spirit in times of great need, and take souls to his side when the mortal bodies of their owners die, even though his faith is not even nearly tested, he believes that there is danger.

As a Christian man, I say that no mortal being or collective thereof can ever pose a threat to my relationship with Christ. My mortal body is a temporary fixture in space time, and if I must lose it to maintain Christ in my heart, then I would not even consider the cost, I would merely pay it, and love Him anyway. Carson is simply doing it wrong, in the most shameful way possible.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 08:19 AM
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All of this aside, I want tell y'all a little bit about Ben Carson...

He went to undergrad at Yale where he received a BS in Psychology.
Carson then received his MD from the University of Michigan.

At age 33 he was made Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University Medical School.
Let me repeat that: At age 33 he was made Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University Medical School.

Residencies and their ruling body operate as a strict meritocracy...they do not concern themselves with black or white, male or female...
The best clinicians with the biggest brains become the highest achievers in medical school and residency...

To become Chief(Director) of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins at age 33 is nothing short of extraordinary...
It speaks to the fact Carson had the hands of an angel and the mind of a genius...physicians, especially in academia, follow the biggest brain...it's the ultimate meritocracy.

This has no point regarding his political statements other than to point out how hilarious it is when people question his bona fides...

Sidenote: early in his campaign, people would make fun of the way he held his hands(up and at his sternum).....this is the way you are taught during surgeries(sometimes lasting half a day) to stand. Because if your hands go low the gloves do not remain sterile...so you adopt this weird looking(outside the OR at least) stance with your hands up and slightly away from your sternum..

-Christosterone
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posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 08:37 AM
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a reply to: Christosterone

Carson definitely seems highly intelligent.
I hope that he plays some role in the Trump administration, at least in an advisory capacity.



posted on Jul, 20 2016 @ 08:41 AM
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a reply to: BlueAjah

His dream since medical school has been to one day be surgeon general...
If Trump is elected he will assuredly be appointed to that post and fulfill a lifelong dream..

One can scarcely imagine anyone in his delivery room on the day he was born would've thought the baby they delivered would one day become Surgeon General of the United States of America...

I hope for him that he achieves that monumental accomplishment...

-Christosterone



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