Dark Conspiracy By Clinton, Media, And International Banks

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How the **** is this guy even in the race? Trump, Bannon and Ailes are trying to burn this country to the ground. Completely ****ing unhinged.

Donald Trump on Thursday painted a picture of a global conspiracy of establishment figures hell-bent on derailing his campaign.

At a campaign stop in West Palm Beach, Florida, in between attacking a wave of stories about his past inappropriate sexual behavior, Trump called the stories part of a concerted attempt to end his presidential bid.

“There is nothing the political establishment will not do, no lie that they won’t tell to hold their prestige and power at your expense,” Trump said early in the rally. “And that's what has been happening. The Washington establishment, and the financial and media corporations that fund it, exist for only one reason, to protect and enrich itself. The establishment has trillions of dollars at stake in this election.”

Trump laid out a series of elaborate connections between political, corporate, and media elites whose vast conspiracy he claimed included shipping jobs overseas at the expense of American workers and using stories of his past sexual misconduct to prevent him from winning the presidency and robbing them of their power.

"It is a global power structure that is responsible for the economic decisions that have robbed our working class, stripped our country of its wealth and put the money in the pockets of a handful of large corporations and political entities. Just look at what the corrupt establishment has done to our cities like Detroit, Flint, Michigan and rural towns in Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, and all cross our country. Take a look at what is going on. They've stripped away the towns bare and raided the wealth for themselves and taken our jobs away, out of our country, never to return unless I'm elected president," he said.

“The Clinton machine is at the center of this power structure,” Trump continued. “We have seen this in the WikiLeaks documents in which Hillary Clinton meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty in order to enrich these global financial powers, her special interest friends, and her donors."

The crowd chanted “Lock her up!” in response. Trump said "she should be locked up.”

Trump called the media reporting on his personal life “horrible people.”

“The most powerful weapon deployed by the Clintons is the corporate media: the press. Let's be clear on one thing, the corporate media in our country is no longer involved in journalism. They're a political special interest, no different than any lobbyist or any other financial entity with a total political agenda and the agenda is not for you, it’s for themselves,” Trump said.

“Their agenda is to elect crooked Hillary Clinton at any costs, at any price, no matter how many lives they destroy,” he continued. “For them, it's a war. And for them, nothing at all is out of bounds. This is a struggle for the survival of our nation. Believe me. And this will be our last chance to save it.”

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jkcerda

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wall street supports her
neocons support her
she had to cheat to beat a decrepit old socialist
she is palling around with the people responsible for funding ISIS and where 17 out of 19 hijackers came from.
Honduras coup supported by Hillary
came/saw/laughed at killing Kadaffy
wants to kill Assad, bombing another nation "looking" for ISIS is an act of war.
Millions in foreign donations to the foundation.
got millions from Russia to get the uranium deal passed.
went after Bill's accusers.

but Trump said mean things.
 

twietee

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but Trump said mean things.
You make it sound as if people were just offended because they're too light-skinned (not sure that impression is genuine) when in fact he very clearly occurs as a crazy person. A nutjob, simple as that.

So I guess you make it yourself a little bit too easy in dismissing those that advocate against voting him.
 

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How the **** is this guy even in the race?
Pull your head out. It's because Clinton the person and politician is as hugely disliked as Trump. Not by a few voters but by many. You have more problems since you couldn't figure that out on your own.
 
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none of what Trump has done is worse than what Hillary has supported & got away with.
Not true.

Trump personally sexually assaulted numerous women. He shafted tens of thousands of small businesses. He left bank shareholders and bond investors with billions of unpaid debts. He actively discriminated against minority tenants in his apartment buildings.

And understand this: Trump personally did all these things. He was the sole decision-maker in his companies. He alone bears responsibility for the multiple bankruptcies. For the unwanted and unwelcome sexual advances. For the reckless and hate-filled rhetoric.
 

jkcerda

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The Presidential choice is difficult, but pretty obvious to me:

One of the candidates is a sleazy, dishonest and self-serving individual. The other is quite apparently mentally unbalanced and unstable.

Which one would you prefer as the Commander in Chief?

Duh!

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Mike (CalWizrd)
 

jkcerda

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Not true.

Trump personally sexually assaulted numerous women. He shafted tens of thousands of small businesses. He left bank shareholders and bond investors with billions of unpaid debts. He actively discriminated against minority tenants in his apartment buildings.

And understand this: Trump personally did all these things. He was the sole decision-maker in his companies. He alone bears responsibility for the multiple bankruptcies. For the unwanted and unwelcome sexual advances. For the reckless and hate-filled rhetoric.
yeah, that is worse than what Hillary has done, colluding with the enemy is treason my friend.
 
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1) You want him to be in office.
2) I'm on my phone so may have to come back to that later. Given their manly approvances (Putin/Trump) and e.g. Wikileaks agenda I wouldn't call it far fetched too. Would be nice to know if he's in russian pockets but there won't be any sources for that I guess. Maybe his taxes could give a hint but Unfortubately we can't check them.
3) nope, but I full heartedly admit that I dislike the US foreign policies eversince I can remember. So yes, I think I would highly disagree with the actions Clinton supported. But so did Trump and to me there is zero, absolutely zero, perspective that Donald 'Crazy Dude' Trump would somehow part with said sad policies.
 

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1) You want him to be in office.
2) I'm on my phone so may have to come back to that later. Given their manly approvances (Putin/Trump) and e.g. Wikileaks agenda I wouldn't call it far fetched too. Would be nice to know if he's in russian pockets but there won't be any sources for that I guess. Maybe his taxes could give a hint but Unfortubately we can't check them.
3) nope, but I full heartedly admit that I dislike the US foreign policies eversince I can remember. So yes, I think I would highly disagree with the actions Clinton supported. But so did Trump and to me there is zero, absolutely zero, perspective that Donald 'Crazy Dude' Trump would somehow part with said sad policies.
1 you don't know what you are talking about. voting Pedro this election.
2. take your time.
3. if she KNOWS who is funding ISIS then she is colluding with them, we are bombing the wrong nation.
 

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she is palling around with the people responsible for funding ISIS and where 17 out of 19 hijackers came from.
I can certainly understand the isolationist impulse. But, unfortunately, there has been a vast amount of wealth sitting in the ground in the middle east, underneath countries that can't really protect that wealth by themselves. Lots of people would like to just walk away from the Middle East, but, from a national security perspective, that has a lot of implications. Count me among those who think that true isolationism is not an option. Not that I am defending, for example, the 2003 Iraq invasion. But, on September 8th, 2001, a lot of people in the U.S. were taking their kids to school, going to work, thinking about the implications of spreading internet technology and cheap microcomputers, etc. George W. Bush wanted to be known as "the education President" IIRC. On September 10th, 2001, just minding our own business didn't seem like one of the options.
 

twietee

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Doesn't matter, Pedro won't make - it's either D or H so how is saying you want to see Trump in office incorrect?
 

jkcerda

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I can certainly understand the isolationist impulse. But, unfortunately, there has been a vast amount of wealth sitting in the ground in the middle east, underneath countries that can't really protect that wealth by themselves. Lots of people would like to just walk away from the Middle East, but, from a national security perspective, that has a lot of implications. Count me among those who think that true isolationism is not an option. Not that I am defending, for example, the 2003 Iraq invasion. But, on September 8th, 2001, a lot of people in the U.S. were taking their kids to school, going to work, thinking about the implications of spreading internet technology and cheap microcomputers, etc. George W. Bush wanted to be known as "the education President" IIRC. On September 10th, 2001, just minding our own business didn't seem like one of the options.
WHO the hell said ANYTHING about isolation?
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Doesn't matter, Pedro won't make - it's either D or H so how is saying you want to see Trump in office incorrect?
as pointed out, Hillary is a treasonous pig. if that is what you want then have at it.
 
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Lord Blackadder

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none of what Trump has done is worse than what Hillary has supported & got away with.
Even if I were to agree with that, Trump's own misdeeds and gaffes themselves disqualify him from being a reasonable alternative. There are other candidates. Putin and Xi Jinping could run circles around us with Trump at the helm.

If you were a Johnson/Stein supporter I'd take you more seriously. But fighting for Trump? Nope. However bad Hillary may or may not be, Trump has still failed to demonstrate the personal integrity or intellectual capacity to be president. On the contrary, he has actively demolished his own candidacy by "being Trump".
 
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Even if I were to agree with that, Trump's own misdeeds and gaffes themselves disqualify him from being a reasonable alternative. There are other candidates. Putin and Xi Jinping could run circles around us with Trump at the helm.

If you were a Johnson/Stein supporter I'd take you more seriously. But fighting for Trump? Nope. However bad Hillary may or may not be, Trump has still failed to demonstrate the personal integrity or intellectual capacity to be president. On the contrary, he has actively demolished his own candidacy by "being Trump".
funny as hell that pointing out HIllary is WORSE somehow makes me a trump suppporter :rolleyes:

Gary pissed me off , so Pedro gets my vote.
 

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as pointed out, Hillary is a treasonous pig.
You have claimed it. But, you should haven't shown how by any historical definition of "treasonous" that it is true. Working with Saudi Arabia is a bona fide job requirement for the Secretary of State, and, BTW, the President, however much you dislike Saudi Arabia. To call it treasonous is absurd.

Working with Saudi Arabia privately in areas of common interest, such as public health, is not treasonous either. You obviously think the Saudis should be shunned. That is your personal opinion, but, you or I do not decide personally what is treason. Do you think that anyone who doesn't go along with your idea is committing treason?

Oh, and about that "pig" part. Does that apply just to women who are overweight, or, also men who are overweight? Does age matter? The attractiveness of the woman (to you)? Count me among the people who find use of the word "pig" in this way reflects on the writer rather than the object of the word.
 

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yeah, that is worse than what Hillary has done, colluding with the enemy is treason my friend.
Do you really think that sort of assertion is helpful to your argument?

I'm assuming that you are referring to Saudi Arabia. A country which, despite its many faults, is not actually a declared or undeclared enemy of the United States.

You can certainly call ISIL an enemy of the US - since its own public statements declare its animosity to the US, and indeed all of what we think of as Western Civilization. But the link between Saudi Arabia's government and ISIS is so tenuous as to be non-existent.

I understand that this is a very complicated and nuanced issue. Not readily amenable to printing on a bumper sticker or a cheap red nylon trucker hat. But the reality is that hundred of Saudi security officers have been killed fighting against ISIL. Saudi Arabia has arrested and imprisoned hundreds of individuals suspected of having links to ISIL. Saudi Arabia's military campaign in Yemen is largely aimed at preventing ISIL-linked groups with seizing control of that country.

Please take a few minutes to read the BBC article I linked to. It contains a discussion by numerous Saudi and other Middle Eastern scholars of the relationship between Wahabbism (a notably intolerant form of Sunni Islam) and the Islamic State.

"Contrary to conventional wisdom, ISIL derives a relatively small share of its funds from deep-pocket donors. And while terror financing within Saudi Arabia was once a major problem, Riyadh has begun to turn a corner - especially when it comes to financing ISIL.

"ISIL has been financially self-sufficient for years, including its early days as al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI). A 2006 US assessment determined that AQI created a self-sustaining insurgency in Iraq, raising $70m-$200m (£47m-£134m) a year from illegal activities alone.