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President Trump 29 Jan 2017 23:56 #81

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Trump is related to the Holocaust? Did his family build ovens?

Lol, yea, you're right.

Nov, can you drop our last posts into the President Trump topic to keep this one tidy?
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President Trump 30 Jan 2017 00:20 #82

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Voltaire wrote:
Trump is related to the Holocaust? Did his family build ovens?

He's related to Himmler and other NaZionists, who perpetraited the "Holocaust"; the project to ship millions of jews to Paalestine and other countries...
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Gaia wrote:
Voltaire wrote:
Trump is related to the Holocaust? Did his family build ovens?

He's related to Himmler and other NaZionists, who perpetraited the "Holocaust"; the project to ship millions of jews to Paalestine and other countries...



Did Heinrich Himmler have Jewish Ancestry?


As part of my series of articles on the leadership and major figures in the Axis powers in the Second World War and the various claims that they were jewish or had some kind of jewish ancestry: I thought it would be instructive to 'get ahead of the game' so-to-speak on some of the leaders out there.

Heinrich Himmler; who needs little to no introduction as one of the biggest of all modern bogeymen, is one such example as while occasional rumours do claim he had some jewish ancestry: they do not appear to have taken serious root even among the serially credulous types on the internet. The only opinions about Himmler's ancestry; other than it being what the records suggest, is the ramblings on 'identify Himmler's ancestry by looking at pictures' threads on internet forums.

These we can ignore for the same reason that we can ignore people who claim Hiroshima and Nagasaki weren't nuked in last few days before the end of the Second World War: they aren't well-versed in their subject as a rule and also they tend to see what they want to see not what the evidence necessarily suggests.

Lets scotch the rumour-mill before it starts and dig into Himmler's family background.

Himmler's father; Gebhard, was from a family of farmers and craftsmen from Ansbach in northern Bavaria. His grandfather; Konrad Himmler, was the illegitimate son of Johann Hettinger and Johanna Himmler.

Konrad left home when he was eighteen and joined the armed and after leaving the army when he was thirty-five joined the police. He married Agatha Kiene who was the twenty-three year old daughter of a Bavarian watchmaker when he was fifty-nine and she gave birth to Gebhard Himmler three years later. (1)

Gebhard's origins; regardless of what you might think of his ardent respectability and often sneered at 'bourgeois aspirations', (2) are decisively German and derived from the very type of people that Himmler later came to lionize as; to paraphrase his intellectual confrere Richard Walther Darre, 'the life blood of the Nordic race'.

Himmler's mother; Anna Maria Heyder, was the daughter of a Bavarian tradesman and of very similar peasant/craftsman origins to her husband Gebhard. (3) Anna was an extremely pious Catholic (4) and we have no reasons whatsoever for supposing she had any jewish ancestry: although interestingly Himmler did believe he was descended from a convicted witch.

Also if there was any known jewish ancestry in the Himmler family then it would be reasonable to suppose that Himmler's great niece; Katrin Himmler, would have discovered and mentioned it considering that she married and has children by a jew (and seemingly delights in adding to myths about her uncle). (5)

Thus we can see that there is absolutely no evidence for supposing that Himmler had any jewish ancestry.


References

(1) Peter Padfield, 1990, 'Himmler: Reichsführer SS', 1st Edition, Henry Holt: New York, p. 20
(2) Ibid, pp. 20-22; Roger Manvell, Heinrich Fraenkel, 1973, 'Heinrich Himmler', 2nd Edition, Mentor: London, pp. 13-14
(3) Padfield, Op. Cit., p. 21
(4) Richard Breitman, 1991, 'The Architect of Genocide: Himmler and the Final Solution', 1st Edition, Alfred A. Knopf: New York, p. 9
(5) Katrin Himmler, 2007, 'The Himmler Brothers: A German Family History', 1st Edition, MacMillan: Basingstoke, p. 4
Posted 17th July 2014 by Karl Radl

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President Trump 30 Jan 2017 01:44 #84

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Just posting this for reading purposes... doesn't say I don't think it's all a bit too good to be true... but let's see how it all unfolds:


Trump’s Blitzkrieg Against The Globalists
Morgoth’s Review
January 30, 2017



Many people have been taken aback by the seemingly endless amounts of ”Executive Orders” and major new policies being implemented by Donald Trump in such a short period of time. No sooner has one order been given than another appears, and then another. Discussion of one policy, for example the wall, begins to hit the headlines and social media, only hours later, or perhaps a day later, to be succeeded by something else, for example the ”Muslim Ban” or a 5 year ban on lobbying. It’s all rather bewildering, even to people who’re delighted by what Trump is doing.

But is there method to it? is driving so many ”controversial” policies through in such a short period of time itself part of larger tactic? and if so what is its purpose?

Pondering this over the last week or so I started to see certain similarities between Trump’s announcements and the manner in which his enemies, the liberal press, media and political establishment, were constantly left reeling and playing a game of ”catch-up”. It seemed as if Trump was engaged in Blitzkrieg warfare against his enemies. Now, I have a suspicion many people reading this will be well aware of what Blitzkrieg is as a method of warfare, but nevertheless, let’s take a look the Wikipedia explanation:
Blitzkrieg (German, “lightning war” is a method of warfare whereby an attacking force, spearheaded by a dense concentration of armoured and motorised or mechanised infantry formations with close air support, breaks through the opponent’s line of defence by short, fast, powerful attacks and then dislocates the defenders, using speed and surprise to encircle them. Through the employment of combined arms in manoeuvre warfare, blitzkrieg attempts to unbalance the enemy by making it difficult for it to respond to the continuously changing front and defeating it in a decisive Vernichtungsschlacht (“battle of annihilation”)”

The term had appeared in 1935, in a German military periodical Deutsche Wehr (“German Defense”), in connection to quick or lightning warfare. German manoeuvre operations were successful in the campaigns of 1939–1941 and by 1940 the term blitzkrieg was extensively used in Western media. Blitzkrieg operations capitalized on surprise penetrations (e.g., the penetration of the Ardennes forest region), general enemy unreadiness and their inability to match the pace of the German attack. During the Battle of France, the French made attempts to re-form defensive lines along rivers but were frustrated when German forces arrived first and pressed on.

Donald Trump is keenly aware that his policies are going to be savaged by hysterical liberals in the lugenpresse, so he appears to be moving forward with his policies as fast as possible so his opponents are unable to form a coherent counter narrative because another policy will be dropped before they do.

Let’s just take a moment to explore what would happen if Trump were to make a policy announcement, his wall, for example, and then not make any other announcements or issue any other Executive Orders for a week. The legacy media and liberal political class would be able to deploy their full strength against the policy, the editorials would be churned out for days, the TV screens would be awash with ”Libshits” pulling Trump’s plans apart. Both Trump and his supporters would then be in a position of reacting to the lugenpresse and defending their ground. In other words, the issue would become entrenched, and trench warfare is by it’s very nature far more wasteful and time consuming with a less certain outcome in terms of public opinion.

Remember the ”Women’s March” when feminists from across the West dressed up as tampons and wandered around in the rain all day? only just, but that was only a week ago. The abortion issue which set them off has been buried under other announcements, and more ”controversial” policies which have themselves been superseded by yet more policies.

All of this has had the effect of sending the MSM and liberal classes into state of nigh on chaos, complete disarray as they try and push one narrative into the public consciousness only to be hit from another front, and then another, and always before they can get their most powerful batteries into the field of public discourse.



Blitzkrieg is not infallible, however:
Blitzkrieg is vulnerable to an enemy that is robust enough to weather the shock of the attack and that does not panic at the idea of enemy formations in its rear area. This is especially true if the attacking formation lacks the reserve to keep funnelling forces into the spearhead, or lacks the mobility to provide infantry, artillery and supplies into the attack. If the defender can hold the shoulders of the breach they will have the opportunity to counter-attack into the flank of the attacker, potentially cutting off the van as happened to Kampfgruppe Peiper in the Ardennes.

And so in my analogy here, Trump is the spearhead, the danger is that the liberal classes, Jews and leftists etc, are able to absorb and then reorganize themselves and seem more credible before the eyes of the public than Trump or his support base. In other words, the alternative media, Alt-Right, White Nationalists, Civic Nationalists and anti-Globalists of various hues, have something of a duty to act as infantry and artillery to Trump’s spearhead, obviously this is not say we must shill for Israel if they pull an Iran war out of the bag, but there are very few people in Nationalist circles complaining about what we’ve had from Trump so far.

As I write there’s a petition afoot in Britain attempting to have Trump banned from making state visits. This is their counter attack taking shape, isolate Trump from his support and present him to the world as a madman who’s hijacked the White House.

Trump must be seen to be legitimate, his support must be maintained, and it’s people in the alternative media, whether on a blog or YouTube channel or Twitter etc, who have a key role maintaining and expanding upon that support.



www.dailystormer.com/trumps-blitzkrieg-against-the-globalists/
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President Trump 30 Jan 2017 03:24 #85

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Netanyahu: Trump is right to build a wall, it worked for Israel

"President [Donald] Trump is right," Netanyahu posted in a tweet following the end of Shabbat.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday night lauded United States President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the US-Mexican border.

President Trump is right,” Netanyahu tweeted in a message that displayed an Israeli and an American flag.

“I built a wall along Israel’s southern border. It stopped all illegal immigration. Great success. Great idea,” he added.

Former US Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro also took to twitter on Saturday night to comment on Trump US-Mexico wall plan. He placed Netanyahu's tweet within the larger context of the relationship between the two leaders, who are scheduled to meet in Washington next month.

"PM Netanyahu's top aide's [sic] told me a key goal in Trump's era was keeping bipartisan support for Israel. Now this?" Shapiro tweeted.

"Israel's challenges with Sinai border not similar to US border. Their solution (a fence, not a wall) works for them, would not for us," Shapiro wrote.

Hard to explain this intervention on a hotly debated issue in domestic US politics. Unless this endorsement is Trump's demand of Netanyahu for something Netanyahu wants, the quid pro quo. But for what? Canceling the Iran deal? Moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem? Supporting building in settlement blocs?"

"To me, it looks like Trump is already squeezing Netanyahu hard. 'The Art of the Deal,'" Shapiro added.

Yesh Atid Party head MK Yair Lapid attacked Netanyahu on Twitter, accusing him of straining Israeli-Mexican ties but coming out in support of a project that Mexico has vehemently opposed.

“Netanyahu made a serious mistake,” Lapid said. “With his tweet in support of Trump’s wall, he is crudely stepping into a conflict that is tearing apart American society,” he said.

“It’s a needless declaration of war on Mexico and Hispanics,” said Lapid. The statement was also a form of divorce form the Democratic party, to which a majority of American Jews belong.

“His opinion on the wall is not important. Don’t we have enough problems of our own?” Lapid said.

Later in the evening, Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon sent out his own tweet about Netanyahu's statement.

"[Netanyahu] referred to our specific security experience which we are willing to share. We do not express a position on US-Mexico relations."

On Thursday, in an interview with Fox News, Trump pointed to Israel as an example of a country where the construction of a wall had successfully stopped refugees and migrants from illegally crossing the border.

“People want protection,” Trump said. “And a wall protects. All you have to do is ask Israel. They were having a total disaster coming across and, and they had a wall. It’s 99.9 percent stoppage,” Trump said.

Earlier this month, the Defense Ministry said in a report that it had completed raising the height of the electronic “smart” fence along part of the border with Egypt to stop infiltration into the country by migrants. Construction of the original barrier, equipped with information collection centers and warning systems and known as the Hourglass Project, was completed in 2014 at a height of five meters along 242 kilometers, from the Gaza Strip to Eilat on the Red Sea.

The government built the fence in the hope that it would stop illegal migration, drug and weapons trafficking and terrorist infiltrations.

According to the Defense Ministry, the fence has already slashed the number of illegal African migrants arriving in Israel, with only 213 breaching the barrier in 2015. But the number of successful infiltrations prompted authorities to raise the height from 5 meters to 8 meters along a 17-kilometer stretch, the ministry said.

The raising of the fence, along with additional detection devices, “significantly curbed the flow of illegal infiltration into Israel, with only 11 successful attempts to cross the fence throughout 2016,” it said.

Trump's promise of erecting a barrier along the US-Mexico border was a campaign cornerstone throughout the 2016 election, vowing to make America's southern neighbor pay for its construction. Initial cost evaluations for the proposed project have been estimated between 12 and 15 billions dollars, according to Reuters.

The issue, however, has caused a quick souring of relations between the new administration and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who cancelled a meeting between the two leaders earlier in the week. Mexico has consistently said it will refuse to pay for the structure.

www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Netanyahu-Trump-is-right-to-build-a-wall-it-worked-for-Israel-479840
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It is my opinion that Trump is a Proto Fascist, who if not stopped will soon build himself a platform for full blown Fascism.

At the moment, Trump is still weak, and it appears that Hitler created his Gestapo early on in his leadership in order to consolidate his power and rid himself of opposition. I expect something similar will happen with Trump, setting up a military type police task force against his own citizens, under the pretext of fighting terrorism. If he doesn't adopt this, then he will be ousted sooner or later.

Folks, this is not politics, it's war, and it's only a matter of the opposition to Trump waking up to the reality of what he is.

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^ Do you even know what fascism is?
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No way is Trump a fascist.
The dude is a walking example of a free market capitalist.
Fascist economics relied on a closed currency - not traded on the world's currency exchanges.
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GMP wrote:
No way is Trump a fascist.
The dude is a walking example of a free market capitalist.
Fascist economics relied on a closed currency - not traded on the world's currency exchanges.

Fascism comes first and then their economic system is only secondary, in order to increase the power of the state.

We will see whether or not Trump abuses state power to build up a police/military force in order to suppress opposition. That will be the next step if he can stay in power long enough.
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Did Heinrich Himmler have Jewish Ancestry?


As part of my series of articles on the leadership and major figures in the Axis powers in the Second World War and the various claims that they were jewish or had some kind of jewish ancestry: I thought it would be instructive to 'get ahead of the game' so-to-speak on some of the leaders out there.

Heinrich Himmler; who needs little to no introduction as one of the biggest of all modern bogeymen, is one such example as while occasional rumours do claim he had some jewish ancestry: they do not appear to have taken serious root even among the serially credulous types on the internet. The only opinions about Himmler's ancestry; other than it being what the records suggest, is the ramblings on 'identify Himmler's ancestry by looking at pictures' threads on internet forums.

These we can ignore for the same reason that we can ignore people who claim Hiroshima and Nagasaki weren't nuked in last few days before the end of the Second World War: they aren't well-versed in their subject as a rule and also they tend to see what they want to see not what the evidence necessarily suggests.

Lets scotch the rumour-mill before it starts and dig into Himmler's family background.

Himmler's father; Gebhard, was from a family of farmers and craftsmen from Ansbach in northern Bavaria. His grandfather; Konrad Himmler, was the illegitimate son of Johann Hettinger and Johanna Himmler.

Konrad left home when he was eighteen and joined the armed and after leaving the army when he was thirty-five joined the police. He married Agatha Kiene who was the twenty-three year old daughter of a Bavarian watchmaker when he was fifty-nine and she gave birth to Gebhard Himmler three years later. (1)

Gebhard's origins; regardless of what you might think of his ardent respectability and often sneered at 'bourgeois aspirations', (2) are decisively German and derived from the very type of people that Himmler later came to lionize as; to paraphrase his intellectual confrere Richard Walther Darre, 'the life blood of the Nordic race'.

Himmler's mother; Anna Maria Heyder, was the daughter of a Bavarian tradesman and of very similar peasant/craftsman origins to her husband Gebhard. (3) Anna was an extremely pious Catholic (4) and we have no reasons whatsoever for supposing she had any jewish ancestry: although interestingly Himmler did believe he was descended from a convicted witch.

Also if there was any known jewish ancestry in the Himmler family then it would be reasonable to suppose that Himmler's great niece; Katrin Himmler, would have discovered and mentioned it considering that she married and has children by a jew (and seemingly delights in adding to myths about her uncle). (5)

Thus we can see that there is absolutely no evidence for supposing that Himmler had any jewish ancestry.


References

(1) Peter Padfield, 1990, 'Himmler: Reichsführer SS', 1st Edition, Henry Holt: New York, p. 20
(2) Ibid, pp. 20-22; Roger Manvell, Heinrich Fraenkel, 1973, 'Heinrich Himmler', 2nd Edition, Mentor: London, pp. 13-14
(3) Padfield, Op. Cit., p. 21
(4) Richard Breitman, 1991, 'The Architect of Genocide: Himmler and the Final Solution', 1st Edition, Alfred A. Knopf: New York, p. 9
(5) Katrin Himmler, 2007, 'The Himmler Brothers: A German Family History', 1st Edition, MacMillan: Basingstoke, p. 4
Posted 17th July 2014 by Karl Radl

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The above image :arowup: is a screen grab of the results page of the Jewish Indexing Records - Poland Site showing 417 results for the Jewish surname Radl.

The Polish Jew author of this Bull$hit blog article , Karl Radl, is making a feeble attempt to hide the fact that WWII was a Jewish Bank$ter creation and most of the high ranking Nazis were Jews. The Banksters controlled both sides in WWII....!

Regarding Himmler's Ancestry quoted in (((Radl)))'s article check out the Surnames at the Avotaynu Consolidated Jewish Surname site

Himmler is a Jewish Surname!

Himmler's grandfather Konrad Himmler was the illigitimate son of Johann Hettinger
Hettinger is a Jewish Surname!

His grandfather married Agatha Kiene resulting in the birth of Himmler's father Gebhard Himmler.
Kiene is a Jewish Surname!

Himmler's father Gebhard married Anna Maria Heyder.
Heyder is a Jewish Surname!

Himmler's great niece; Katrin Himmler has admitted she married a Jew!

The liar (((Karl Radl))) then goes on to state:
Thus we can see that there is absolutely no evidence for supposing that Himmler had any jewish ancestry.
.....when the evidence he presents supports the argument for Himmler's Jewish ancestry!!!!

Also note his lying (((RottenAr$e))) type trick (in red) regarding his glib dismissal of the Nuke Hoax research without any attempt at counter argument. As a “high profile” lying Jew he knows Nukes are a Hoax and he can't present rational scientific arguments to refute the research so he resorts to the Jusual (((tin foil hatter smear))).
NUKES ARE A HOAX
TRUTH IS HATE FOR THOSE THAT HATE THE TRUTH
Meet the New Boss.....Same as the Old Boss

http://www.stopthecrime.net/Henry-Makow---Illuminati----(2008).PDF
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(((HotRod))) is a (((ROCCO))) sock account
MrAnderson is a Bollock….lmao
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I remember the good old days, when 90+ year olds in nursing homes lived forever. Darn this pesky virus.

1365 = 1

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Trump has dared to call out one of the chosen. He is not supposed to do this kind of thing.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4171826/Trump-Schumer-tears-blames-Delta-outages-airport-delay.html
Where has Senator Schumer's tears been for all the other problems that are going on this Ameri – in this country?' Spicer asked. 'For the homeless. For the people through New York that are searching for jobs.'

'It's interesting that in eight years, with all the stuff that's going on in this country in terms of crime and the economy, I haven't seen too many tears coming from Senator Schumer.'

Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4171826/Trump-Schumer-tears-blames-Delta-outages-airport-delay.html#ixzz4XHdzrwSj


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Here's Sean Spicer with an update:

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Trump Just Fired The Attorney General

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http://redstatewatcher.com/article.asp?id=60519
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I remember the good old days, when 90+ year olds in nursing homes lived forever. Darn this pesky virus.

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^ Wow...

Liberals and especially antifa must be going ballistic.
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“I am responsible for ensuring that the positions we take in court remain consistent with this institution’s solemn obligation to always seek justice and stand for what is right,” Ms. Yates wrote in a letter to Justice Department lawyers. “At present, I am not convinced that the defense of the executive order is consistent with these responsibilities, nor am I convinced that the executive order is lawful.”

The extraordinary legal standoff capped a tumultuous day in which the White House confronted an outpouring of dissent over Mr. Trump’s temporary ban on entry visas for people from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, went so far as to warn State Department officials that they should leave their jobs if they did not agree with Mr. Trump’s agenda, after State Department officials circulated a so-called dissent memo on the order.

“These career bureaucrats have a problem with it?” Mr. Spicer said. “They should either get with the program or they can go.”

Ms. Yates’s decision effectively overruled a finding by the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel, which had already approved the executive order “with respect to form and legality.”

Ms. Yates said her determination in deciding not to defend the order was broader, however, and included questions not only about the order’s lawfulness, but also whether it was a “wise or just” policy. She also alluded to unspecified statements that the White House had made before signing the order, which she factored into her review.

Mr. Trump responded to the letter with a post on Twitter at 7:45 p.m., complaining that the Senate’s delay in confirming his Cabinet nominees had resulted in leaving Ms. Yates in place. “The Democrats are delaying my cabinet picks for purely political reasons,” Mr. Trump said. “They have nothing going but to obstruct. Now have an Obama A.G.”

One of Mr. Trump’s top advisers condemned the decision as an illustration of the politicization of the legal system. “It’s sad that our politics have become so politicized that you have people refusing to enforce our laws,” Stephen Miller, the senior policy adviser, said in a televised interview.

Mr. Trump has the authority to fire Ms. Yates, but as the top Senate-confirmed official at the Justice Department, she is the only one authorized to sign foreign surveillance warrants, an essential function at the department.

“For as long as I am the acting attorney general, the Department of Justice will not present arguments in defense of the executive order, unless and until I become convinced that it is appropriate to do so,” she wrote.

Ms. Yates’s letter transforms the confirmation of Mr. Trump’s attorney general nominee, Mr. Sessions, into a referendum on the immigration order. Action in the Senate could come as early as Tuesday.

The decision by the acting attorney general is a remarkable rebuke by a government official to a sitting president that recalls the dramatic “Saturday Night Massacre” in 1973, when President Richard M. Nixon fired his attorney general and deputy attorney general for refusing to dismiss the special prosecutor in the Watergate case.

That case prompted a constitutional crisis that ended when Robert Bork, the solicitor general, acceded to Mr. Nixon’s order and fired Archibald Cox, the special prosecutor.

Ms. Yates, a career prosecutor, is different because she is a holdover from President Barack Obama’s administration, where she served as deputy attorney general. She agreed to Mr. Trump’s request to stay on as acting attorney general until Mr. Sessions is confirmed to be attorney general.

At the State Department, which is also without a leader, career officials are circulating a dissent memo that argues that closing the borders to more than 200 million people to weed out a handful of would-be terrorists would not make the nation safer and might instead deepen the threat. Mr. Spicer countered that the effects of the ban had been exaggerated and that it would help fulfill Mr. Trump’s vow to protect the country.

Taken together, the developments were a stark confrontation between the new president, who is moving swiftly to upend years of policies, and a federal bureaucracy still struggling with the jolting change of power in Washington. There is open hostility to Mr. Trump’s ideas in large pockets of the government, and deep frustration among those enforcing the visa ban that the White House announced the order without warning or consulting them.

The reverberations extended beyond Washington. Corporate chieftains from Detroit to Silicon Valley sharply criticized the ban, saying it was inconsistent with their values. Mr. Trump also faced mounting legal challenges across the country as two Democratic-leaning states, Massachusetts and Washington, signaled they would attack the policy in court and a Muslim advocacy group filed a lawsuit calling it an unconstitutional religious test.

Over the weekend, four federal judges temporarily blocked part of the executive order, prohibiting the government from sending people back to their home countries. Court hearings and further motions in those cases are scheduled this week.

At the White House on Monday, questions about the ban overshadowed all other issues. Mr. Spicer acknowledged the State Department’s “dissent channel” has long been a way for its staff to register objections over administration policies. But he displayed little patience for it.

“The president has a very clear vision,” Mr. Spicer said. “He’s been clear on it since the campaign, he’s been clear on it since taking office — that he’s going to put the country first.”

“If somebody has a problem with that agenda,” he added, “that does call into question whether or not they should continue in that post.”

The visa ban has also rattled other agencies: the Defense Department, which says it hurts the military’s local partners in conflict zones like Iraq; and the Department of Homeland Security, whose customs officers are struggling to enforce the directive.

But Mr. Spicer’s blunt warning posed an especially difficult choice for the more than 100 State Department officials who indicated they would sign the memo. They can sign a final version, which would be put on the desk of Rex W. Tillerson, Mr. Trump’s designated secretary of state, on his first day in office. Or they can choose not to identify themselves, and instead rely on the leak of the letter to make their point.

Under State Department rules, it is forbidden to retaliate against any employee who follows the procedures and submits a dissent memorandum. One of the signatories, in a text message, said State Department signatories were trying to figure out what to do.

“This is an important process that the acting secretary, and the department as a whole, respect and value,” said a spokesman, Mark Toner. “It allows state employees to express divergent policy views candidly and privately to senior leadership.”

The speed with which the memo was assembled and the number of signers underscore the degree to which the State Department has become the center of the resistance to Mr. Trump’s new order. More broadly, it represents objections to his efforts to cut back on American participation in
international organizations and to issue ultimatums to allies.

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Media Are Talking Openly About Assassinating Trump

Times columnist and author India Knight has called for the assassination of U.S. President, Donald J. Trump.

During a days-long invective against the newly inaugurated President on Twitter in which Knight called Mr. Trump a “moron,” “mad,” “needy,” and an “arse,” among other things, before telling him to “shut up,” she mused, “The assassination is taking such a long time.

On Monday, Gainor continued, “And this is not the first time. British media people like to talk about assassinating the President.”

www.breitbart.com/radio/2017/01/30/gainor-terrifying-media-talking-openly-assassinating-trump/
I remember the good old days, when 90+ year olds in nursing homes lived forever. Darn this pesky virus.

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