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originally posted by: loam
a reply to: Willtell
Or so you keep telling yourself.
I'll wait for when he actually does something as President, before making judgements about where all this is going.
AT: How effective is Iran’s opposition eight years after the “Green Revolution”? Is there a prospect for regime change?
Ledeen: I think there would be a prospect if the western world would get behind it and support it. By support I mean verbal support and if the opposition needs money, communications gear, things like that — get that to them as well. Look what happened in the last week. [Reformist former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi] Rafsanjani died. The regime could not do otherwise but stage a funeral. Two million people showed up and they chanted “Mir-Hossein” — which is Mir-Hossein Mousavi, the name of the [imprisoned] leader of Iran’s reformist Green Movement. They weren’t there to mourn Rafsanjani. Most of them were there to call for a regime change.
originally posted by: NthOther
It really is stunning how many ATS faithful have been bamboozled into believing Trump is anything other than what we already know him to be (a NWO puppet), if we've paid any attention at all to global politics over the past century (at least) and considered its state of affairs honestly.
If you have a significant number of [former military members] in your cabinet, you begin to bring into some question whether you actually are maintaining full civil control of a nation,
Woolsey went on CNN on Monday and said that he was principally motivated to support Trump because of his plans to expand U.S. military spending.
He has served as vice president of Pentagon contracting giant Booz Allen, and as chairman of Paladin Capital Group, a private equity fund that invests in national security and cybersecurity. He chairs the leadership council at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, a hawkish national security nonprofit, and is a venture partner with Lux Capital Management, which invests in emerging technologies like drones, satellite imaging, and artificial intelligence.
The outcry from both sides against Trump seems to suggest he is an outsider.
originally posted by: eaaoyueaao
His cabinet is set to be the wealthiest ever. Anyone who still believes he will do a thing for working class Americans is completely moronic. It's funny that so many of the people here and on other conspiracy sites buy his message hook, line and sinker. They think they are "in the know", reading disinfo like Alex Jones, and are truly the ones who are completely misinformed about the reality of this situation. The powers that be played them like fools, letting them think their guy won when he is just another puppet.
The Intercept identified seven donors who were seated not far from the dais: Sheldon Adelson, Steve Wynn, Carl Icahn, Harold Hamm, Lew Eisenberg, Woody Johnson and Phil Ruffin. The list, however, suggests that 17 other individuals listed as donors were given seats on the platform as well: Hushang Ansary, Roy Bailey, Brian Ballard, Tom Barrack, Joe Craft, Louis DeJoy, Robert Grand, Diane Hendricks, Peter Kalikow, Richard Lefrak, Ed McMullen, Steve Roth, Anthony Scaramucci, Tommy Hicks, Gentry Beach, Ray Washburne, and Ron Weiser.
His first job was at the law firm of Herbert W. Kalmbach, President Richard Nixon's personal lawyer. He then worked in Saudi Arabia for the Fluor Corporation. He then learned Arabic and worked for Saudi princes. Shortly after, he helped open diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Haiti, then ruled by Jean-Claude Duvalier, at the request of investor Lonnie Dunn.
Herbert W. Kalmbachis an American attorney and banker. He served as the personal attorney to United States President Richard Nixon (1968–1973). He became embroiled in the Watergate scandal due to his fundraising activities in the early 1970s, some of which supported undercover operatives directed by senior White House figures under Nixon. Kalmbach was convicted and served 191 days in jail for his part in the scandal, and lost his license to practice law for a time, although he was later reinstated
originally posted by: pheonix358
I am sorry to inform those deluded ones
Try looking in a mirror.
Always with the insults.
People will crave for Barrack Obama
I do not see that happening. He should be called 'Mr. Golf'.