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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Trillions of dollars are at stake for Wall St. in 2016 US election. Far from gridlock, the two political parties and Wall St. have worked in unison against the American people without a hitch. Until now. Trump is the only person standing up and saying the 'America Last' racket must end. Many people were allowed to believe they'd gotten away with grand theft. It's going to get ugly, but we've known that-Sundance

4/29/16, "Current Desperation – There are Trillions of Dollars At Stake," tcth, sundance

"From October 2013 forward we have discussed the presidential election of 2016 and foretold/warned what was to come. There are trillions of dollars at stake.

The culmination of four years strategic planning (2011 – 2015) from Wall Street-via legislative priorities- are enmeshed within the outcome. The financiers have spent hundreds of millions on the construction.

Anyone with even moderate research skills could assemble the same data if they had: a.) time, and b.) inclination.  Sometimes, like the “splitter strategy“, conspiracies are not theory. The behavior inherent within the visible activity is simply just an outcome of a mutually beneficial plan.

There are trillions of dollars at stake. The financial (Wall Street) bets on the international global trade and finance sectors are in the tens of trillions.  More modestly, the downstream beneficiaries within the campaign consulting industry itself are worth more than several billion per election cycle. 

Candidate Donald Trump is a risk to all of these enterprises – All.Of.Them.

With that in mind everyone must ask themselves what would those interests, who ultimately control all of these outcomes, do to retain power? When there are trillions at stake, how much would they spend to retain control?...

What would an enterprise do to retain control over even one trillion dollars?

How big is the derivatives market? Derivatives are paper bets on global assets, trade, economic outcomes, etc. How big are those ‘paper’ bets? $800 trillion? $1.4 quadrillion? No-one really knows.

Example #1 – Last night a report from the Daily Mail outlined a scandalous claim, a lawsuit. Only there’s a problem. The person (claimant) doesn’t exist. The lawsuit was self-filed. No attorney was used, referenced or mentioned. The entity filing it listed an abandoned address. The accompanying telephone number is non existent. No-one, including the FBI who hold custody of all associated records, has ever heard of this person or anyone outlined in the aforementioned article. This article updates today with a litany of corrections, qualifiers, and walk-backs. The re-write doesn’t even bear the slightest resemblance to the original construct. It disappears and reappears-loin cloth.

So how does this happen?  No, not how does the lawsuit appear, that’s easy – anyone can walk into any courthouse and file a civil lawsuit. No, how does a mainstream media publication end up putting themselves so far out on ungrounded and completely fabricated construct?...

♦ Example #2Today a polling company no-one has ever heard of produces a poll showing the Indiana presidential race is exactly opposite of every single ground report and media story in the past five days. The polled data presented runs 180 exactly opposite of every voice who is reporting on the ground in Indiana. The assembled outcome is exactly opposite to the evidence you can see with your own eyes.

Yet this obscure poll, by an unknown outlet is pushed by one, only one, very specific media outlet [Fox News]?

So how does this happen?  No, not how does the poll appear, that’s easy – anyone can sit at a computer and type up a set of manufactured responses to questions and then sell it as research poll data. No, how does a mainstream media corporation end up putting themselves so far out on ungrounded and completely fabricated construct?...

♦ Example #3Fox News Pundit George Will writes an op-ed tonight in the Washington Post, stating if Donald Trump wins the Republican Presidential nomination all efforts should be made to support Hillary Clinton in the general election.

“If Trump is nominated, the GOP must keep him out of the White House”… (link)

How does this happen?  What/whose interests are served?...All three examples have the exact same beneficiaries....

Sometimes conspiracies are not just theory."...


Among comments at tcth:


"Bull Durham says:
They betray America. Conservatism is irrelevant. It’s a dead ideology. It’s like saying you always have a starched collar and shined shoes. So what? If you think it’s more patriotic than people who just use common sense, fair play, service to community and love of the nation, you suffer from premature elitism.

Trump has zero ideology. Smart people don’t think with rules. They have a philosophical view, not a rigid imperative. Trump calls it being flexible. I call it eclectic. Nature calls it adaptive. Trump doesn’t even allow his billions get in the way. He connects with people. Brains and heart, he points out.

That is why he is authentic and all the conservatives look like stiffs, act like charlatans, lie and cheat and let everyone down. They hide behind the uniform of false authenticity. They hide behind the Constitution as if only they are the high priests entrusted with its values.

And when it comes down to People versus Government, they always choose Government, the Establishment, Corporate Statism. Why? That’s where the other frauds are and where the easy big money is. They converge with the Liberals when the storm rises.

And the Movement is the Storm."


Added: Highlights from Trump Foreign Policy Speech, 4/27/16, at Center for the National Interest in Washington, DC: 'We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism. The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony....I will work with our allies to reinvigorate Western values and institutions'

Excerpts from Donald Trump Foreign Policy Speech in Washington, DC at the Center for the National Interest, 4/27/16

4/27/16, "Donald J. Trump Foreign Policy Speech,"

"Since the end of the Cold War and the break-up of the Soviet Union, we’ve lacked a coherent foreign policy.

One day we’re bombing Libya and getting rid of a dictator to foster democracy for civilians, the next day we are watching the same civilians suffer while that country falls apart.

We’re a humanitarian nation. But the legacy of the Obama-Clinton interventions will be weakness, confusion, and disarray.

We have made the Middle East more unstable and chaotic than ever before.

We left Christians subject to intense persecution and even genocide.

Our actions in Iraq, Libya and Syria have helped unleash ISIS.

And we’re in a war against radical Islam, but President Obama won’t even name the enemy!

Hillary Clinton also refuses to say the words “radical Islam,” even as she pushes for a massive increase in refugees....

To all our friends and allies, I say America is going to be strong again. America is going to be a reliable friend and ally again.

We’re going to finally have a coherent foreign policy based upon American interests, and the shared interests of our allies.

We are getting out of the nation-building business, and instead focusing on creating stability in the world.

Our moments of greatest strength came when politics ended at the water’s edge....

Finally, we must develop a foreign policy based on American interests.

Businesses do not succeed when they lose sight of their core interests and neither do countries.

Look at what happened in the 1990s. Our embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were attacked and seventeen brave sailors were killed on the USS Cole. And what did we do? It seemed we put more effort into adding China to the World Trade Organization which has been a disaster for the United States than into stopping Al Qaeda....

Our foreign policy goals must be based on America’s core national security interests, and the following will be my priorities.

In the Middle East, our goals must be to defeat terrorists and promote regional stability, not radical change. We need to be clear-sighted about the groups that will never be anything other than enemies.

And we must only be generous to those that prove they are our friends.

We desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Russia and China. We have serious differences with these two nations, and must regard them with open eyes. But we are not bound to be adversaries. We should seek common ground based on shared interests. Russia, for instance, has also seen the horror of Islamic terrorism.

I believe an easing of tensions and improved relations with Russia – from a position of strength – is possible. Common sense says this cycle of hostility must end. Some say the Russians won’t be reasonable. I intend to find out. If we can’t make a good deal for America, then we will quickly walk from the table.

Fixing our relations with China is another important step towards a prosperous century. China respects strength, and by letting them take advantage of us economically, we have lost all of their respect. 

We have a massive trade deficit with China, a deficit we must find a way, quickly, to balance.

A strong and smart America is an America that will find a better friend in China. We can both benefit or we can both go our separate ways.

After I am elected President, I will also call for a summit with our NATO allies, and a separate summit with our Asian allies. In these summits, we will not only discuss a rebalancing of financial commitments, but take a fresh look at how we can adopt new strategies for tackling our common challenges.

For instance, we will discuss how we can upgrade NATO’s outdated mission and structure – grown out of the Cold War – to confront our shared challenges, including migration and Islamic terrorism....

My goal is to establish a foreign policy that will endure for several generations.

That is why I will also look for talented experts with new approaches, and practical ideas, rather than surrounding myself with those who have perfect resumes but very little to brag about except responsibility for a long history of failed policies and continued losses at war.

Finally, I will work with our allies to reinvigorate Western values and institutions. Instead of trying to spread “universal values” that not everyone shares, we should understand that strengthening and promoting Western civilization and its accomplishments will do more to inspire positive reforms around the world than military interventions.

These are my goals, as president.

I will seek a foreign policy that all Americans, whatever their party, can support, and which our friends and allies will respect and welcome.

The world must know that we do not go abroad in search of enemies, that we are always happy when old enemies become friends, and when old friends become allies.

To achieve these goals, Americans must have confidence in their country and its leadership again.

Many Americans must wonder why our politicians seem more interested in defending the borders of foreign countries than their own.

Americans must know that we are putting the American people first again. On trade, on immigration, on foreign policy – the jobs, incomes and security of the American worker will always be my first priority.

No country has ever prospered that failed to put its own interests first. Both our friends and enemies put their countries above ours and we, while being fair to them, must do the same.

We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism. The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony. I am skeptical of international unions that tie us up and bring America down, and will never enter America into any agreement that reduces our ability to control our own affairs.

NAFTA, as an example, has been a total disaster for the U.S. and has emptied our states of our manufacturing and our jobs. Never again. Only the reverse will happen. We will keep our jobs and bring in new ones. Their will be consequences for companies that leave the U.S. only to exploit it later.

Under a Trump Administration, no American citizen will ever again feel that their needs come second to the citizens of foreign countries.

I will view the world through the clear lens of American interests. I will be America’s greatest defender and most loyal champion. We will not apologize for becoming successful again, but will instead embrace the unique heritage that makes us who we are.

The world is most peaceful, and most prosperous, when America is strongest.

America will continually play the role of peacemaker.

We will always help to save lives and, indeed, humanity itself. But to play that role, we must make America strong again.

We must make America respected again. And we must make America great again.

If we do that, perhaps this century can be the most peaceful and prosperous the world has ever known. Thank you."




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