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Not familiar with Double-Think ?  :'(


If anyone is looking for an alternative, we listen to the Richie Allen Show in our house. Its authentic underground radio, not a snake oil salesman who sold out to Right Wing Oligarchs.
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Donald Trump's Foreign Policy That The Media Wont Mention


This should be my vindication.  For I was the 'lone voice' trying to explain to people, under tremendous criticism,  that the media was only attacking Trump to insulate him and distract the masses to the fact he was one of the biggest frauds since Obama.  Maybe even much bigger.

Now people have woken up to the fact that Trump IS Hillary Clinton on steroids in Syria.
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The proof is in the pudding.  No money to rebuild America's infrastructure, but extra 4 billion plus for maintaining the intelligence apparatus.  How is Trump suppose to stop the Deep State if he keeps funding them.   
 
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https://fas.org/blogs/secrecy/2017/06/fy18-intelbud/

The Trump Administration requested $57.7 billion for the National Intelligence Program in Fiscal Year 2018, up from a requested $54.9 billion in FY 2017.

The Administration requested $20.7 billion dollars for the Military Intelligence Program in FY 2018, up from a requested $18.5 billion in FY 2017. (The amounts actually appropriated in FY 2017 have not yet been disclosed.)
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Swamp creatures in Lord Savior's Cabinet?  NO PROOF!!  NO PROOF!!  NO PROOF!!  You're circle jerking!!  Even if there are swamp creatures in Trump's cabinet THE DEEP STATE PUT THEM THERE!!!! Trump didn't do it!!!  "I'll watch from afar "  hahahahahaha

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My apologies, I couldn't help myself.  It's like Obama-bot deja vu

Ohhh I see you from afar, ye poor faithless wretches who believeth not in the Turmeric Man  - ye who lack the vision to see that while all appearances show Him to be a corrupt and bufoonish liar diverting your birthright into the hands of his billionaire backers, this is not so! Ask not for proof on this matter for I have faith, and there is no greater faith [required] than to believe this, believe me..

Cold Roti

"Heil Drumpf!"
~ Alex Jones
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I wonder if that why we see the United States in engage almost exclusively in a balkanize strategy now. 
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Since Kissinger and those of his ilk think of the world as a chessboard, below is an article about how the Qatar vs Saudi Arabia impacts China.  More and more we are seeing the US moving to counter the influence of China in the Middle East and Africa. 

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http://www.eurasiareview.com/14062017-qatar-crisis-impacts-chinas-ambitious-foreign-policy-analysis/

Qatar Crisis Impacts China’s Ambitious Foreign Policy – Analysis

What makes your post even more interesting, is that it was the Kiss-Of-Death himself who was the architect of making China the 'future' economic super power back when he worked at the US state department under Trick Dick Nixon.
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Since Kissinger and those of his ilk think of the world as a chessboard, below is an article about how the Qatar vs Saudi Arabia impacts China.  More and more we are seeing the US moving to counter the influence of China in the Middle East and Africa. 

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http://www.eurasiareview.com/14062017-qatar-crisis-impacts-chinas-ambitious-foreign-policy-analysis/

Qatar Crisis Impacts China’s Ambitious Foreign Policy – Analysis


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The New Silk Road has been a popular label for several years now to characterize these “South-South” economic networks. Yet it was Chinese President Xi Xinping’s multi-dimensional OBOR initiative that boosted its use. The project, which aims to re-connect countries and economies across the Eurasian landmass by investing in roads, railways, and pipelines, also has a crucial maritime component. The large bulk of China’s trade with Europe, Africa, Southern Asia, and the Middle East, including its energy imports, is shipped across the Indian Ocean. The Gulf states were quick to join China’s newly founded investment vehicles for this giant ambition – The Silk Road Fund and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

Qatar itself is an eager participant. Rich in vast hydrocarbon resources, the emirate is China’s number one foreign source of natural gas, enjoying a 20 percent share in that particular Chinese market. Qatar also imports a large number of Chinese consumer goods. Sino-Qatari ties have deepened also in financial and monetary terms, with Doha having set up a clearinghouse for the Chinese renminbi in 2015. Qatar is unquestionably competing with other GCC members to establish a future status as a regional business hub, eager to attract Chinese, Asian, and global trade, investment, and tourism.


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No Regional Business Hub in Qatar

Qatar is now highly unlikely to develop into a leading Gulf business hub. The UAE has a substantial head-start in that respect anyway and currently enjoys hub status due to its advanced infrastructure, its business-friendly regulatory environment, its diversified economy, its vast international human resource pool, and its level of touristic attraction. The Chinese have long realized this, which is why most of their exports to the GCC, wider West Asia, and even Africa and Europe, go through the UAE.

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No Immediate China-GCC Free Trade Agreement

The second major economic impact will be felt by the entire GCC. The long-held and recently revitalized plan to negotiate a China-GCC free trade agreement will encounter more problems unless Qatar is ejected from that club. Finding a GCC-wide consensus as long as diplomatic and economic ties remain strained, let alone fully cut off, seems impossible. In that respect, Qatar’s only hope lies with the strong mutual interests the other GCC members share in signing trade deals in general, but especially, in the New Silk Road age, with China, the world’s second largest economy. In other words, it is important to underline that Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, and Manama have accepted to pay a hefty price, since their move will harm the GCC’s overall economic interests.
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General Discussion / Re: Wars in Afghanistan
« Last post by 2Revolutions on Jun 22, 2017, 06:19:16 pm »
Afghan Opium Production 40 Times Higher Since US-NATO Invasion

http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Afghan-Opium-Production-40-Times-Higher-Since-US-NATO-Invasion-20160831-0003.html

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Prior to the invasion of Afghanistan, opium production was banned by the Taliban, although it still managed to exist. The U.S. and its allies have been accused of encouraging and aiding in the opium production and the ongoing drug trafficking within the region. Ivanov claimed that only around 1 percent of the total opium yield in Afghanistan was destroyed and that the “international community has failed to curb heroin production in Afghanistan since the start of NATO’s operation.”

Afghanistan is thought to produce more than 90 percent of the world’s supply of opium, which is then used to make heroin and other dangerous drugs that are shipped in large quantities all over the world. Opium production provides many Afghan communities with an income, in an otherwise impoverished and war-torn country. The opium trade contributed around $US2.3 billion or around 19 percent of Afghanistan's GDP in 2009 according to the U.N.
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Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030  There's that pesky 2030 number and 'vision' again.  Hmmm?
https://english.alarabiya.net/en/perspective/features/2016/04/26/Full-text-of-Saudi-Arabia-s-Vision-2030.html
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Swamp Critters Galore: Death Merchant Guy to Head Up Trump’s Bureau of Industry and Security


Swamp creatures in Lord Savior's Cabinet?  NO PROOF!!  NO PROOF!!  NO PROOF!!  You're circle jerking!!  Even if there are swamp creatures in Trump's cabinet THE DEEP STATE PUT THEM THERE!!!! Trump didn't do it!!!  "I'll watch from afar "  hahahahahaha

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My apologies, I couldn't help myself.  It's like Obama-bot deja vu
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