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General Discussion / Re: Have you realized you've been duped by Trump yet?
« Last post by tahoeblue on Jun 19, 2019, 11:38:21 pm »
Trump Signs Amnesty Budget Bill For Millions Of Illegals
Encourages Millions More To Flood Into The US And Is
Caught Bald-Faced Lying About Caravans That He Let In
By Willian Gheen ALIPAC

... he never mentioning he just signed the dastardly and secretive budget bill which incentivizes illegal immigration and child trafficking.

Trump just signed into a law a bill that 99% of Americans know nothing about which contains Amnesty for millions of illegals, incentives for child trafficking, an expansion of Trump's deadly catch and release policies, less detention space for illegals, reductions of interior immigration law enforcement, new buildings and buses to bring more illegals into the US, raising of legal immigration levels, a measly 1.3 billion for border fences, and severe restrictions on where border barriers can be built.
ALIPAC is launching a new effort to reach out to Angel Moms and provide them with information proving that Trump lies and is using the families of victims of illegal aliens to promote a globalist and open-borders agenda while pretending to be a nationalist.
ALIPAC is now tracking  11 broken campaign promises by Trump on immigration issues. (View List )

At this time the broken promises list includes:

-- Trump reversed his campaign position of reducing legal immigration levels and now supports rasing legal immigration levels according to his State of the Union Speech of Feb 5, 2019.
-- Trump promised caravan illegals could not come into USA. (Caravan illegals allowed to enter.)
-- Trump promised a border wall. (No Wall. No wall yet as of Feb 2019))
-- Trump promised to end DACA Amnesty on his first day. (Trump continues DACA.)
-- Trump promised to oppose Amnesty. (Trump endorses Amnesty legislation and has deployed his son-in-law Jared Kushner to cut a deal with Democrats to give Amnesty to millions of illegals.)
-- Trump promised Executive Order to end birthright citizenship. (No Order.)
-- Trump promised illegals would go home. (Trump now supports Amnesty via HR 4760.)
-- Trump promised DHS would clean up elections fraud. (No Action.)
-- Trump promised to end Sanctuary Cities. (No Action.)
-- Trump promised to end catch and release of illegals. (Catch and release continues.)
(UPDATE FEB 18 2019 TRUMP SIGNED EMERGENCY ORDER)-- Trump said he would declare an emergency and have the military build the wall. (No action till Feb 18, 19))

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Politics in General / Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
« Last post by tahoeblue on Jun 19, 2019, 11:17:42 pm »
Tell me it ain't so Joe ...
New Photo Discovered of Rothschild Banker, Maurice Ephrussi

The identity of Josef Stalin's father has been a mystery for over 130 years. Could Stalin's biological father be found among Rothschild bankers? The cover photo was taken at the funeral of Baron Alphonse de Rothschild in 1905. Rothschild banker #3 is M. Maurice Ephrussi. Could Ephrussi have fathered Stalin, the murderer of millions upon millions of people?

Baron Alphonse James de Rothschild had an agent whom he favored above the rest. His name was Maurice Ephrussi and he represented the French Rothschilds in the oil-rich Caucasus.

Maurice Ephrussi (Nov. 18, 1849 - Oct. 29, 1916) was a Ukrainian-born French Jewish banker. His father had made a vast fortune exporting the wheat of the Ukraine to Europe.

The Rothschild's were the Tsar's official banker. The Ephrussi's were the Rothschild's agent to the Tsar. It was Maurice Ephrussi who first proposed the Russian oil business to Alphonse de Rothschild.

Ephrussi thoroughly understood the Russian oil industry. He just knew that with the Nobel brother's dynamite blasting through the Caucasus Mountains; Rothschild-financed railroads could carry Russia's oil to the world if Russia could get their hands on a suitable port on the Black Sea.
"The Rothschild managing director, David Landau, regularly contributed to Bolshevik funds, as recorded by the Okhrana -- whose agents noted how, when Stalin was running the Baku Party, a Bolshevik clerk in one of the oil companies "was not active in operations but concentrated on collecting donations and got money from Landau of the Rothschilds." It is likely that Landau met Stalin personally. Another Rothschild executive, Dr. Felix Somary, a banker with the Austrian branch of the family and later a distinguished academic, claims he went to Baku to settle a strike. He paid Stalin the money. The strike ended."
4. Stalin is the spitting image of Ephrussi.

5. Strong family resemblance to a close-up photo of Maurice's half-brother.

6. Stalin claimed to be the son of a priest. Judging from their family tree, the Ephrussi's had married Levensohns and Kaans. The Ephrussis were probably Kohanim (priest class).

Did Maurice Ephrussi, the son-in-law of Baron Alphonse de Rothschild father Stalin in March of 1878?

Have we finally solved the 132-year old mystery surrounding Stalin's birth?

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The family tree of Johson, 52, shows an Elias Avery Loew born October 15, 1879, in Kalvarija in what was then the Russian Empire. He later changed his surname to Low and is the father of Johnson’s grandmother. Both of Eli Low’s parents were born in Lithuania: Charles Loew, a silk merchant was born in Kalvarija in 1855, and Sarah Ragoller in Kaunas the same year. Later the family emigrated to the United States.

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Computers & Internet / Re: You Tube
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 19, 2019, 10:57:19 pm »
Whoa how did you embed that?

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With difficulty.

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Computers & Internet / Brave (browser)
« Last post by poseidonlost on Jun 19, 2019, 07:42:27 pm »
I had been hearing about this new browser more and more lately. I finally tried it out and it's working great. Super fast, no ads (except if you allow their ads in exchange for the crypto currency within), and comes with a tor browser. This could turn some tables. I should've dumped Firefox a long time ago. This video Sarah, from Health Wyze, made, pretty much convinced me.

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Computers & Internet / Re: You Tube
« Last post by poseidonlost on Jun 19, 2019, 07:33:36 pm »
Whoa how did you embed that?

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Video / Internet TV / Re: Gulag Odeon Cinema
« Last post by Al Bundy on Jun 19, 2019, 07:01:10 pm »
Kingdom Yugoslavia in WW2 trailer

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History / Juneteenth
« Last post by poseidonlost on Jun 19, 2019, 07:00:05 pm »
Hey it's Juneteenth. The day the slaves in Galveston, TX found out they had been freed, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation and a few months after the War of Northern Aggression ended. I understand it's gotten much bigger than just a local thing around here now.

I read the wikipedia on it and it took about 60 seconds to find a lie. Yes there were battles in and around Galveston during the war. So while they erase history, they make disgusting moves like the fiasco they pulled in the House of Representatives today, Juneteenth 2019.

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History / Re: The Reality Of WW2 - Portugal
« Last post by Al Bundy on Jun 19, 2019, 06:02:14 pm »

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When Boris Met Dave (Docudrama)

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Politics in General / Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 19, 2019, 05:35:33 pm »
Nathan Rothschild was a member - ODD It's not mentioned !!!

Bullingdon Club: The secrets of Oxford University's elite society
Apr 10, 2017
David Cameron and Boris Johnson are among its former members – but why is it so controversial?

Bullingdon Club: The secrets of Oxford University's elite society
Apr 10, 2017
David Cameron and Boris Johnson are among its former members – but why is it so controversial?

Nick Mutch

Lavish rituals, opulent banquets, smashing up restaurants and trashing fellow students' living quarters – the activities of Oxford University's Bullingdon Club became notorious when it was revealed that its ranks once included David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson. However, the elite society may be coming to the end of its high jinks.

So, what do we know about the Bullingdon Club?     

It is an elite dining society associated with, although not affiliated to, the University of Oxford. Founded in 1780 as a hunting and cricket club, it soon became better known for its raucous, hard-drinking dinners and ostentatious displays of wealth.

The vast majority of members previously attended Eton, although a few other major public schools are represented. No women are accepted into the society. Membership has always been extremely exclusive, with the handful of new members accepted each year traditionally subjected to "trashing" – the invasion and destruction of their college bedroom by other Bullingdon members.

The official club uniform consists of navy blue tailcoats with a velvet collar and ivory silk lapels, monogrammed buttons, waistcoat, and a tie in the club colour of sky blue. The full ensemble can only be purchased from a single Oxford tailor, and is estimated to cost around £3,500.

Who has been in the Bullingdon Club?     

David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson are well-known former members of the exclusive society. A club photograph which includes Cameron and Johnson among members posing in their dress uniform has often proved the bane of their political careers, frequently reprinted in newspapers and mentioned in Parliament as evidence that they are out of touch with ordinary people.

Other past members include former defence minister Alan Clark, broadcaster David Dimbleby and Princess Diana's brother Charles Spencer.
Why is the Bullingdon Club so controversial?

Even when it was a sporting society, the club's reputation for rowdiness was notorious. The future King Edward VIII had to battle for his parents' permission to join, and was later told to leave after word of a particularly rambunctious dinner party got back to his mother, Queen Mary.

Newspapers have long revelled in reports of the club's debauchery, centring on drunken dinners that end in brawls and destruction. Speaking of the club during the 1980s, Boris Johnson's biographer Andrew Gimson commented: "I don't think an evening would have ended without a restaurant being trashed and being paid for in full, very often in cash." Even to this day, unofficial gatherings of the club in pubs or restaurants are usually booked under an alias due to this historical reputation for wanton destruction.

A rumour about an initiation ritual in which new members burnt a £50 note in front of a homeless person also made national headlines in 2013, although the claim was never verified.

However, it is important to put the often unsubstantiated tales of Bullingdon debauchery in perspective. No-one knows exactly how many members the club currently boasts, but in 2006 it was estimated to be as low as four, meaning the vast majority of Oxford students will complete their degrees without ever meeting a member.

What is the club like today?

With Cameron, Johnson and Osborne frequently savaged in the House of Commons for their past membership, the club's brand has become so toxic that aspiring young politicians today wouldn't be caught dead in Bullingdon blue. "The really ambitious stay away from it," an Oxford undergraduate told the Evening Standard.

Another current student told Tatler that the extremely unflattering portrayal of a thinly-disguised Bullingdon Club in Laura Wade's play Posh – later turned into the film The Riot Club – was "almost single-handedly responsible" for the club's poor image to current Oxford students.

One Old Etonian who turned down an invite describes the club simply as "cringe". In an age far removed from the 'greed is good' excesses of the 80s, the circle of privileged youngsters who want to flaunt their wealth publicly is shrinking. With dozens of elite drinking societies to aspire to, few Oxford undergraduates are keen to embrace the stain of the Bullingdon legacy.

The Bullingdon has also moved with the times, however, severely toning down its public behaviour. Members rarely wear their £3,500 uniform nowadays, while room trashings and other extreme initiation rituals are a thing of the past. The last incident involving members to make the headlines was a brawl in a historic Oxfordshire pub in 2004 in which crockery and wine bottles were smashed. In perhaps the ultimate sign of the changing times, there was no escaping by offering the landlord a cheque. Instead, four of the group were promptly arrested and slapped with penalty notices after a night in the cells.

Is the club facing extinction?

After more than 200 years, it appears the japes may be coming to an end. According to The Spectator, the Bullingdon Club has fallen on hard times and is down to only two members.

There are a number of reasons for this, says the paper, chief among them being that the club "just couldn't survive 11 years of bad headlines from 2005 to 2016", referring to the time when Cameron, Osborne and Johnson were "the most powerful Conservatives in the country".

While the club has long been a subject of controversy, with its excessive behaviour even debated in parliament, its standing has fallen dramatically over the last decade.

In 2013, Johnson told the BBC he was "embarrassed" about being a member and said Bullingdon was "a truly shameful vignette of almost superhuman undergraduate arrogance, toffishness and twittishness".

Being associated with the Bullingdon Club has become so toxic, reports the Daily Telegraph, that "no one wants to join" and "it is now facing up to the real prospect of dissolving".

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