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Why and How PUTIN’S RUSSIA IS BACKING DONALD TRUMP

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posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 07:58 AM
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a reply to: BuzzyWigs

I think that until the able bodied in America have what they need, the downtrodden will not. By this i mean, with a nearly nonexistent middle class tax base, who is left to fund social programs for the needy and homeless?

I agree with our current need for protectionism and nonintervention. That said....it was about 90 years ago that people clamored for the same. Strauss Howe indicates that you and I SHOULD be against foreign intervention at this point. Which really bothers me. I hate acting a script of human divine comedy. Being beholden to systems of action/reaction that are so obvious that they can be summed up so easily in a theory of generations.




posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 08:04 AM
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a reply to: BuzzyWigs

Listen, what the hacks of Democratic party showed is that it conspired with Hillary Clinton to undermine Bernie Sanders, among other things. If by any chance that did not happen, and Bernie was a Democratic nominee, he would have my support, as he's a socialist like me. But, that was not the case. And instead, we got Hillary Clinton, person who directly influenced Bill Clinton to bomb Yugoslavia. She's also responsible for hundreds of thousands dead people in Libya and Syria. Are you now partly starting to understand on what I''m basing my stance and opinion about her?

Plus, it just happens that I absolutely support Trump's foreign policy. I was a long time critique of American foreign policy, because I've experienced it first hand. I am also against Russia doing the same thing, Germany, the UK and so on. But that's not reality. In Serbia, there are daily clashes between the western and Russian/Chinese influence. I am strongly opposing that. Donald Trump says he wants to bring the government back to it's people. I think it's a wonderful thing, and there's a chance of that political movement spreading across the world.

Trump stated he will bring back American troops. He also stated that he will work with Russia and Assad in defeating ISIS which got it's ground with direct and indirect support of the west. That's a fact.

Historically, I was always leaning towards Democratic party of the US. It was a long time ago that I supporter a Republican nominee of the USA. It's not my fault Democratic party went to hell because of it's greed and corruption.

So, you as a Bernie supporter, have to ask yourself, why do I not have a problem with what was disclose by whoever about how Democratic party intentionally sabotaged my candidate, and why are they trying to flip it around and blame it on the Russians, intentionally trying to deflect from what's been disclosed?

If you want your party to heal and become what it used to be, then instead of going around and shouting red communists and labeling people as Russian shills, maybe try and shift your focus to your own backyard and clean your own house of corruption.

And


And please do realize that I'm dreadfully sad that you lost your parents and brothers due to political crapola.

Thank you



posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 08:15 AM
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a reply to: Nikola014

"Trump stated he will bring back American troops. He also stated that he will work with Russia and Assad in defeating ISIS which got it's ground with direct and indirect support of the west. That's a fact. "

I did not know that. Ah, got it, you all want to spill more American blood.



posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 08:50 AM
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a reply to: MOMof3

I now understand how Trump must feel like, when dishonest people put words in his moth



posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 08:59 AM
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a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan

I agree with you - so why is it a "good thing" when the very people who have stripped the able-bodied of their jobs and their homes, who are buying foreign cheaper steel for our infrastructure, who are going to dismantle every single regulation on business, and not do one damn thing to correct this mess ------ why is it a good thing that they are being put in the West Wing?!!

Do you really not see this? It's a nightmare. The very same people who caused the 2008 crash - who have hoarded their money overseas and farmed out American JOBS to cheap 3rd-world and Chinese slave labor mills....how is that okay?

It isn't.
There is now NO ONE in charge who is willing to fight for the regular schmoes....let alone the needy.

You think private wealth is going to trickle down now? Hahaha.....
no.

We just institutionalized the disenfranchisement of our entire labor force and all of the needy - leaving them to the voluntary graciousness of the uber-rich. It buggers the mind.



posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 10:27 AM
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a reply to: BuzzyWigs

I haven't supported anyone in one of the 2 parties since 1992. Before that, i was a child and supported no one. My first exposure to politics was what they did to Ross Perot. And don't misunderstand: i loathe the man. But I likely would have voted for him over CIA Bush or "Slick Willy" the car salesman.

So in this election, to me, it was utterly transparent that its wealth verses wealth.

i was not interested in seeing either of these 2 candidates be elected. And even with that, i saw no "third party" candidate that didn't scare the hell out of me when I really evaluated them.



posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 04:45 PM
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a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan

Fair enough. I didn't want either of these myself. Thank you for taking the time to respond. I am flipped out about this, as are many millions of others. It seems like a major 'sea-change' (in fact, it is) that I'm not sure our nation is ready to tackle. Putting the uber-rich in charge seems counter-intuitive to me.

Anyway - stay safe, and we'll all hang in here together I guess. I really do appreciate those who take the time to make their thoughts clear.



posted on Dec, 17 2016 @ 04:48 PM
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a reply to: Nikola014

LOL

Nobody has to, or does, put words in Trump's mouth. His own well documented words and tweets condemn him well enough without any outside help.



posted on Jan, 6 2017 @ 03:51 PM
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LOL

Nobody has to, or does, put words in Trump's mouth. His own well documented words and tweets condemn him well enough without any outside help.[/quote[
a reply to: windword


Right? And it just keeps on giving!

Seriously, though - this man - this gilded sad sack - is really a character case study.
Documentary about Trump's life and history and personality


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