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Your very best advice and encouragement for President Donald J. Trump. From ATS - Trump, w Love.

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posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 02:06 PM
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I guess on the whole that the people of ATS don't believe that it's possible that info posted here could find its way to Trump's camp.

Because if so, after all the time and energy people have put in to seeing Trump get elected, you'd think that any opportunity to offer him help and guidance would be jumped on.

Sounds absurd, I realize, that a person armed with nothing but a keyboard and mouse from their living room could send a message to the new POTUS via a website like ATS, but one thing that I've learned is that indeed anything is possible, particularly if you add a little faith and passion to it, which practically assures the desired outcome and in ways that can hardly be explained.




posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 03:06 PM
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I have an assessment that I'd like to offer regarding the potential difference between the style of leadership of Barack Obama, and Donald Trump, which gives me still more reason to be hopeful and optimistic in spite of the fact that I vehemently opposed Trump's candidacy all along the way.

When Obama took office, he was way in over his head. Very green as a Junior Senator with no executive management experience, except as a community organizer which hardly counts as "experience".

He also seemed to be really focused on what it means to look and sound "Presidential", and worked very hard to perfect the different aspects of that persona so that in any and every setting he could BE the President. He tended to rely on the "professorial" approach, of being knowledgeable and articulate and perfecting a way of speaking and being that would convey the right level of gravitas.

And while he did a great job in that regard and was certainly the "coolest" President, by projecting the right image, and articulating the right information to demonstrate his knowledge of the issues, the whole approach is generally a type of compensation for a level of insecurity of sorts with an emphasis on appearance, interactions, and imaging, in saying the right things and looking the right way and always working to set and strike the right tone in all those interactions. But here's the thing - that's but the smallest part of the job itself as everything that would fall under the category and discipline of "diplomacy". It's important, and something that Trump needs to learn how to do much better, but it's really not that big of a deal, certainly not to the level that Obama devoted so much effort to convey.

In a nutshell, it's all just talking. People have a meeting, wonderful things are discussed, everyone gets along and is impressed, and maybe you have a few action items that come of it, but that's about it.

It doesn't form the basis for a highly effective game plan that breaks out a major to do list and decision tree. It's pretty tame in many ways when it comes to cause, and effect and getting major stuff done to really move the ball ever faster. It's too self absorbed in some ways to accomplish that, where the emphasis is mostly around image consciousness and playing the appropriate role for the situation.


I had a close friend (now passed on) who reminds me of President Barack Obama in so many ways it's crazy.

My friend was very good looking, thin, and extremely articulate and well spoken. He would use his assets to basically bluff his way through any interaction, but in terms of outcomes, because he was so gifted and talented in the area of communication and interpersonal relations, he generally was satisfied provided everyone had the right impressions from a meeting or interaction whether it launched an aggressive action plan or not. We are all, or most of us "lazy" in some way or another, wanting to do the least we can get away with while achieving generally satisfactory outcomes, but, because we are so image-conscious and concerned primarily with perceptions, in particular the perception of how we handle ourselves, we take our eyes off the ball.

What Donald Trump isn't, is lazy, and while he's perhaps a little too narcissistic and self-absorbed for most people's tastes, there's a fundamental difference in what makes him tick. For Donald, while the image of success might be at the top of his pyramid, it ties directly to the concept of results, and winning.

Yes, he loves attention and the limelight, but, the measure of success (money and wealth) is the very luster on the image without which there's no image ie: just a good looking guy bluffing his way all along with minimal RESULTS (I think he'll read this stuff, to be honest).

I believe that this, right here, is the reason why, aside from having the Fed print gobs of money, and managing to somehow restore the image of the US in the eyes of the world via a process of aggressive diplomacy and the expression of "soft power" (very very important, Donald - walk softly and carry a big stick) in the wake of the Bush/Cheney Neocon years, which was an abysmal failure as we all know, including moving that ball down the field as Obama has done (see map of ME), and other than Obamacare, he really didn't get much of anything accomplished.

He dug in his heals relative to the Congress, and, while largely ignoring them, spent most of his Presidency on being Presidential, and in a way it worked. He seemed to have helped pull us out of the deep ditch the Republicans had placed everyone in, while saving the auto industry with a Socialist-like bailout, and that worked too! Strides in green energy and energy independence, also good.

So while he got some stuff done in the process that was good, at another level he accomplished little, in many ways due to his incalcitrant relationship with Congress, as if the Executive Branch were entitled to it's own prerogatives without the will of the people, except according to the right image projection.

And then you just get to be cool and to BE the President, and generally kick back and relax and enjoy the sights and the show.

Like my friend sort of bluff way his through where appearance is most important than concrete and substantive actions, of causes and effects.

Donald doesn't like just talking and not DOING with measurable outcomes and effects.

For him the interaction isn't successful unless and until there's movement that's tangible and measurable.

Donald looks pretty good for a 70 year old and a big husky guy too, like me, but he can't be concerned with image, except that of the American people and nation as a whole. It's not about him. It's about all of US, together (how ironic to lift Hillary's slogan), for REAL.

People like Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, etc etc, are all interested in one thing. Basking in the glory of the limelight, and grabbing up attention or perhaps hogging the glory that's intended for everyone, not as a mass of people, or a glob of them (collectivism), but as the fullness of who and what they are as a Americans, which for American citizens is linked directly and inexorably to economic progress and well being with a rising middle class. It's both top down and bottom up, both, that's also secure and does not tolerate bloody black op false flags at any level, ever. Real security. Doesn't even have to be beefed up or made more muscular when it's REAL and not subject to black op psy-ops or in what was "going on".

Donald's no fool. He knows when something's not right and his job is to fix it, not try to leverage power off some whacked out, programmed patsy who once his timer has been set is ALLOWED to go off that's just not right.

He therefore has to wreck absolute havoc among the CIA and Intel apparatus, by simply replacing people with other people who are the best of the best that America has to offer. That's the key right there. It's a personnel issue. HR.

If I were the Donald, that's what I'd be focusing on first things first priority - the creation of a type of internal placement agency. Don't give that task to Priebus. Mistake.

Create it internally - a perfect task for Kellyanne Conway (and not because she's a woman - many women in HR).

I even suggest plucking some of the top Headhunters in New York to Headhunt full time for Donald Trump and the Country.

It's really just a data center with one, singular focus, the BEST.

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posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 03:37 PM
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Donald, if ever you have the time, I really encourage you to watch this presentation "An Idea Whose Time Has Come" by a guy named G. Edward Griffin.


The enemy of the people is something called "Collectivism" and the key to upholding that façade and illusion is the hogging of the glory while ignoring the results.

Therefore, do not let them put all the same people in front of you. Weed out the Neocons. Trust me on this one. They're crazy with their "Grand Chessboard" and the "Strategy of Tension".

We need a more settled and peaceful world where the tradeoff for sustained mutual prosperity is a sustained mutual peace and a more settled world.

You'll like the new Pope I think, but watch out for the Catholics in Congress and the Senate, while recognizing that Jesus Christ alone represents the perfect model of Civilized Leadership. I therefore encourage you to discover more and more of his character by simply reading the New Testament and accessing the Truth of the Spirit of Infinite Intelligence, which ought to help you better understand your Vice President, Mike Pence and what precisely makes him tick.

There is nothing greater than an authentic model of Civilized Leadership in the world, at any and all levels.

Get all the satanists out and replace them all and if in the process a few good people have to look for another job, then that's a small price to pay for weeding them all out and draining the swamp.

Then install, not just yourself, but a model of authentic leadership that is absolutely committed to action and more action, and to truth and justice, law and order (balanced), that's not unwilling to carry the load while making everyone else's lighter as the way of the cross. Because of the power of Christ, anything becomes possible, even the healing of a now broken spirted (half) and divided nation.

I believe in Him and I believe that you're starting to believe and understand more and more.

Civility - authentic and real Civility, where Civility may be defined as: Consciously motivated organizational behavior that is ETHICAL in willing submission to God of your understanding (and beyond). It's the only way that's helpful, formative, functional and that makes any sense when you carve away the rest of it.

We must have a northern star that also lives in the heart of us all, each in our own unique and spirited way, not as a collective, but as the one lost sheep, one person at a time through that gateway access point to new life and new possibility and everything that's worthwhile, worth living and even dying for, to uphold.



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 03:56 PM
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a reply to: AnkhMorpork

Dear Donald, Repeal Bill Clinton's 'Telecommunications Act" as the corporate media these days is an absolute disgrace and non partisan objectivity is all but extinct.




Passed in 1996 under President Bill Clinton, the Telecommunications Act has resulted in large-scale deregulation of the entire US media industry, removing many limitations on the number of different media outlets that can be owed by a single company. Today, six corporations control 90 percent of all of the media output in the United States. As we will see, this has affected the quality, variety, and accessibility of US media in a number of ways.

10 Ways Mass Media Ownership Hurts The Public



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 04:16 PM
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Yes. Instead of attacking the media or trying to stomp on it, break it up and invite objective analysis, according to results.

Don't try to make use of it as it is as a propaganda tool either, as tempting as that might be.

This whole thing is revolutionary, with such awesome potential for good, and for the righting of the ship and the removal of the pirates who took it over.



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 04:22 PM
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President Drumph,

Release all classified information you have UFO's, ETI's
and Terrestrial Subterranean "Aliens"..
Release information on operation highjump.
Why were our troops soundly defeated and by whom/what?



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 04:33 PM
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The Presidency under Obama was perhaps even more secretive than the Bush/Cheney administration.

Big media is how they do it, and we know Trump doesn't hold them in the highest esteem.

An informed public amid a "smartening up" process is just vital.

If he reversed Bill Clinton's "Telecommunications Act" some people would just automatically assume that he was intending to subvert it in some way, but just the opposite would be the case, so as to make Washington more accountable to the people.

That's the only way to hold them to account, if the media isn't all bought and paid for by the few who wield it on the unsuspecting masses like a mass brainwashing tool.

Trump would love the irony in that, as would his supporters and all the people.

That's a great idea! And that it's something of Bill Clinton's legacy would also appeal to him I think, to reveal the fundamental difference between the two models of "leadership".

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posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 05:17 PM
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oh goody! now i don't have to create a twitter account!

i'll pretend he gets a moment to himself and is sharing it with me.

well mr. president if you were to hear me out and consider what i ask as a consenting subject...

with you now being the eagle and me being the rat as it were- just because your talons eat into my flesh so easily and so readily there as my mother gave me life...

what option is at my disposal should i withdraw my so-called consent to being your next meal? don't get sore, i'd say it to the bear too.

first you took me from my mother's womb, then you took my mother to work in your factories. you've got enormous feasts that you crave, and me your sweet little pound of flesh well- frankly i deserve better...

but ofcourse, i'm not anyone so special that others may not matter.

for your government to be legitimate, every citizen must be legitimately employed by you. that way we are one for all and all for one...isn't that the fancy carrot we're all after-guilded in gold?

i work from home if i work at all...abject poverty is my stew.

if there is someone that doesn't matter, then there is a fundamental flaw, isn't there?

if my governor insists i pay my way to him- he should provide what he considers payment, is not consenting to you as my governor enough?
if you got all the great ideas for us, why are we doing all the work and getting neglected families as payment?

since you can't return me to my mother's womb.

so it is my problem with the fundamental flaw in our society...
start respecting the boundary of others who are here by way of the womb.
pull your talons free from your feasting-table and off yourself, or learn to be vegan for the sake of those who consent to your governance. you owe us, we don't owe you.

everything you take credit for was done by people consenting to your ideas- we made it happen...
and since you're so all knowing the better well in advance, what have you to say for current world dilemmas?

i may have swedish blood, but i don't pity you at all.

i expect a government to desire healthy subjects to govern, am i sick?


eta; soaring through space on this rock i could have landed in a better nebula.



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 05:39 PM
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Kind of off topic.. since that wasn't really advice or encouragement except maybe to eat you or prey upon you, but that's not really his heart I don't think.

I think you've misinterpreted him. He's a guy who wants I think what's best but was willing to say or do anything it took to get to the place from which to make it happen. It was about winning, and he did win, against all odds and all the predictions, pundits and pollsters.

I don't think he'll end up sitting at his desk slamming his fists on the table and shouting "Hossenfeffer!" with you as his first meal of rabbit stew.

He'll probably be tough but fair and will develop the capacity to forgive and to be forgiven.

I don't think you're seeing him or his motives clearly.

But to say that you wish you'd never been born because he became President, well, c'mon, isn't that going just a little over the top.

He desperately doesn't want to be a lemon, and where he's given lemons he's going to try his darndest to make lemonade.



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 05:58 PM
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it's more talking to the office of president, the guy that wants to make america great again isn't who is going to make the changes occur. it's you and me.

it's weird how you thought i was ruing over my birth by him becoming president.

i guess the message is kinda skewed isn't it?

hopefully, i get to work in his cabinet.



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 06:08 PM
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He therefore has to wreck absolute havoc among the CIA and Intel apparatus, by simply replacing people with other people who are the best of the best that America has to offer. That's the key right there. It's a personnel issue.


With that you just lost all credibility. You know nothing of that world. You don't rock that boat. Your naivete is charming though.










Without those guys Trump could never have gotten as far as the did. They know something....You don't tell them anything; they tell you.















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posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 06:13 PM
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Please hire THE BEST talented people America has to offer to do each of the cabinet jobs, hire by work merits, knowledge of what they will be asked to do, and by professional ethics, not by political affiliation or personal or campaign favors.



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 06:16 PM
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originally posted by: MysticPearl
Dear Donald,

If you read this, I have three words. LOCK HER UP.

Sincerely,

America


hmm....not even a trial?.....alright!!!.....just like North Korea.....you win the freedom award!!



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 06:18 PM
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I hope you expose everything you are.

Good Luck.



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 08:01 PM
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You're fired. All of you. Pack up your stuff and be out of here by days end, and don't forget the agreement that you signed, here's a copy of it. All the best! Bu bye.

But, but, we were going to tell you what to do, and we had some nifty black-op psyops in the works to help you with your agenda... minimal casualties..?



posted on Nov, 10 2016 @ 08:03 PM
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originally posted by: loveguy

hopefully, i get to work in his cabinet.


What if he's not interested in two-horned rams who are willing to be eaten by him?



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 12:12 AM
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I don't suggest boxing Bannon into the role of Chief of Staff.

He's a wild and crazy idea man who needs to be free and free to surround himself with the resources to continue to read the mind and take the pulse of the American people who elected Donald Trump.

People like that need space and time to really think things through, then advise, not run schedules and the like.

Chris Christie would probably make a great Chief of Staff as a natural transition from the transition team head. Continuity is always helpful.

Always begin with the end in mind - from Covey's "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People".

Don't tap too many Washington insiders, except to get the lay of the swamp maybe. Careful...!

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posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 01:14 AM
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If there's a bit of a consensus forming, that, aside from repealing Bill Clinton's "Telecommunications Act" to restore the press to it's rightful place in a healthy and vibrant democracy (the opposite of what people think that Trump is going to do - muzzle the press), the thing to do is to find and hire the RIGHT people for all the right jobs while recognizing that Washington insiders are only valuable to the extent and degree to which they can survey and map out the swamp for draining.

Corporate culture, comes from the top. The infrastructure on K Street was all set up for Hillary to begin with, and isn't that the very machine that Trump vowed to dismantle.

Some of their proposals might be worth taking a look at, but for the love of God don't staff the Cabinet with anyone but those who are the best qualified and with the best disposition, easily determined by personality profile analysis.

Fit the right people into all the right jobs, then start firing and replacing whole swaths of the government, and it's a whole new ballgame.

It will be tempting for Trump to let himself be influenced by Washington, since he doesn't know a whole heck of a lot about the way it really functions and operates, and he'll be led to believe, falsely, that his decision making "wedge" is dependant upon these people, these insiders, but that's not the only option.

He defied all expectations and was sent to Washington to drain the swamp.

So I think that my idea for a type of internal Headhunting and Placement agency is the way to go, and to load the pipeline of people, not with insiders, but people who can think outside the box and get stuff DONE. It's all about results and who can deliver them, not work to try to protect their "turf" while desperately afraid of losing it.

Donald I think should imagine the Oval Office like an impenetrable bubble, that doesn't contain Washington, but the rest of the country including all who voted for him and all who did not.

Typical Washington insiders shouldn't be able to penetrate it, except to offer up a few proposals for consideration.

They'll try to set down rails for him and serve him up with a limited range of options.

Inside the egg should be outside the box of Washington, imho.

The best and brightest people are out there and many would love to serve their country without kowtowing to special interests and lobbyists.

Don't let them grab you Donald or put you on their track.

Begin always with the end in mind.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 01:51 AM
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P.S. Please don't get into a twitter war with half the country. Not a good start.

Edit to add: Try to stop looking through only one lens.

Most the protestors don't know that moveon.org and the other organizations are paid for by the likes of George Soros. They just show up to vent their concerns, while a few bad apples cause #.

Thus, to call "the protestors" professional protestors, that's just mimicking the POV of the alt.right.

It's fundamentally true, and unfair, yes, but it's not very unifying to just fire off a complaint about it on twitter in a way that 99% of those protestors won't even understand or "get" because of the paradigm they're operating by.

It was a shock to many many people, almost half or more.

What I think Donald Trump needs to do ASAP, once he's got a sense for having his ducks in a row, is have an intimate sit-down interview with a fair and impartial media representative.

How hard would it be to say sorry for your part in allowing the campaign to get so heated, that you take responsibility for that and wish to be President for all the people, whether they agree with you or like you or not.

Your lovability factor plummeted throughout the campaign. Time to get it back. To show a new face that isn't the face of the alt.right, Breitbart, InfoWars, and your echo chamber in the twittersphere.

Telling them it's just "not fair" as if you're being picked on, even if it's true, isn't helpful to calming the nerves of the nation.

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posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 12:44 PM
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Better yet, I suggest handing your twitter over to your staff and operating it the way Clinton and Obama do, very carefully.

You'll probably have a new one soon as well, for a clean slate.

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