Trump-Dugin

COMMENTARY: How Trump’s Foreign Policy Is Making Russian Fascism Great Again

They infiltrated absolutely everything creating “the filth” they are now pretending to fight against. Dugin’s ‘fight’ is nothing more than the manipulation and control of the opposition called far-right. They have always ruled both sides of the coin. Welcome to 21st century Comintern! 

Screenshot from Alexander Dugin's YouTube channel
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“How Trump’s foreign policy is making Russian fascism great again,” Source: Hareetz.com

As he sabotages America’s strategic alliances in favor of pro-Kremlin autocrats, the president is acting out the geopolitical fantasies of Alexander Dugin, rising Russian fascist ideologue and guru to Trump’s alt-right base.

“There are not many instances in history which show great and powerful states creating alliances and organizations to limit their own strength.”

That’s what the famous theorist of U.S. geopolitics, Nicholas J. Spykman, once wrote. Today’s Republican Party may be an exception to the rule.

The Trumpist wing of the GOP and its alt-right fan base is dedicated to curbing the power of liberals on the world stage, sabotaging U.S. influence abroad in favor of international, radical right-wing alliances, with partners who are explicitly enamored of the Kremlin.

It’s hardly surprising, then, that Alexander Dugin, a leading Russian fascist ideologue, and nexus for far-right activists all over Europe and the U.S., welcomes Trump as the harbinger of a new world order. It’s more surprising, and worrying, that the Trump foreign policy pivot is beginning to resemble some of Dugin’s unsavory theories.

Because the U.S. has traditionally worked diplomatically to re-enforce ties with elected governments in Europe, this subversive effort by the GOP appears to stake the U.S.’s global position on the continued rise of the radical right.

A key example can be found in Germany, where Trump’s loose-cannon approach has rendered the U.S. an untrustworthy ally in the public eye, making Putin look reliable by comparison.

When the U.S. ambassador to Germany effectively told Breitbart that he favored the resurgent “anti-establishment” populists – a hat-tip to the far-right party, Alternative for Germany – over the elected government, the news only further confirmed that the Trump Administration is more interested in undermining the U.S.’s own allies and liberal democracy, than it is in building credibility and solidarity.

The question then arises: Are America’s post-war allies still the allies of the Trumpist GOP, and vice versa?

The GOP’s new diplomacy bases international alliances on ideological allegiances over diplomatic commitments and strategic interests. When nationalism is raised to the level of state ideology, like attracts like, and different authoritarian nationalist parties buoy each other up to achieve a particular balance of power.

A hint at the return of this form of sovereignty can be drawn from the names and places of far-right organizing. There is Paul Manafort’s “Hapsburg Group” and the 2014 Vienna Conference of oligarchs, aristocrats, and far-right politicians on the anniversary of Metternich’s 1814 Congress of Vienna. And then there is the bizarre and repeated identification of French President Emmanuel Macron with Napoleon, a much-loathed figure in the historiography of the Central and Eastern European far-right.

The League party's activists hold flares as they arrive to attend a rally by party's leader Matteo Salvini, in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018.
Antonio Calanni/AP

The set of “anti-establishment” far-right forces currently riding populism into power cares little for “the people” and much for the trappings of Empire.

What is most striking about these moves by the Trump wing of the Republican Party is its obvious shift in geopolitical doctrine. On the most fundamental levels, the U.S. is now subdivided utterly into two competing groups with two entirely different geopolitical aims.

In one camp, the Trumpist GOP exhibits strong isolationist tendencies, positing an “America First!” exuberant nationalism. In the other, the Democratic Party seeks and has sought, with mixed results, to contain the rise of Russian influence in Europe and Eurasia.

These two different strategic interests diverge so greatly as to represent two irreconcilable worldviews with totally contradictory sets of values and ideals.

French far right leader Marine Le Pen, Austria's Freedom Party Secretary General Harald Vilimsky (L) and Front National Vice-President, Louis Aliot at a May Day gathering in Nice, France. May 1, 2018
Thibault Camus/AP

Though isolationist, the Republican Party is also expansionist, at least ideologically, as it seeks to weaken its liberal opponents worldwide and to cultivate stronger ties with opposition populist far-right parties that are openly affiliated with the Russian Federation. Needless to say, this is a pivot for which the Kremlin devoutly wishes and a network it both openly and quietly facilitates and funds.

The explicitly geopolitical ideology underlying this right-wing alliance, which engages particularly the Austrian Freedom Party and the League in Italy, as well as Iran and Syria, is what’s known as “neo-Eurasianism.” 

This so-called “philosophy,” promoted by the likes of occult fascist Aleksandr Dugin, aims at developing a “traditionalist” federation of ethnostates throughout Eurasia, with Moscow as a kind of de facto imperial center.

It’s no coincidence Dugin openly celebrated Trump’s win in the U.S. elections: according to a YouTube video he produced in the president’s honor, his victory stopped the expansion of globalism “at its very center.” It inaugurated a newly multipolar world, an idea for which Vladimir Putin has “been the vanguard,” in which America will be a “powerful and important [pole] but not the only one, and more importantly, one that has no claims to being exceptional.”

Alexander Dugin on Donald Trump’s victoryYouTube

Dugin’s principle work, Foundations of Geopolitics, is not available in English translation, but those able to read the Russian text will find, masquerading behind bromides of anti-racism, a fully-fledged Aryan mythos, complete with esoteric legends of Hyperboria (the legendary Arctic site of the origins of humanity and its giant “Hyperborian” root-race), as well as the essential superiority of “the people of the North.” The Iranian connection is built on a supposed mythic connection between Persian and Russian ethnicities via a shared spiritual Aryan ancestry.

The neo-Eurasian worldview claims to support a multipolar federation of authoritarian traditionalists is deeply racially charged. It appeals to the racist nationalists, hardline Russian Orthodox clerics, reactionary Catholics, and far-right evangelicals that constitute the core of the global far right wing

It’s no surprise that Dugin has become an object of pilgrimage for members of both the alt-right and far left, having recently entertained far right YouTube ‘celebrities’ Lauren Southern and Brittany Pettibone, with whom he spoke on a panel in Moscow.

He the go-to guru for a long list of alt-right figures: Alex Jones of Infowars interviews him together with Mike Cernovich; Jack Posobiec exults that Dugin is his summer readingNina Kouprianova, wife of alt-right leader Richard Spencer, says “Dugin is one of the greatest minds of our time.” Not to be left out, Dugin has repaid Richard Spencer’s own high regard by tweeting approvingly an article by Spencer which functions as an alt-right catechism.

Former KKK head David Duke is a long-time fanasking rhetorically a year ago: “Dugin terrifies degenerate filth – I wonder why that is?” 

The Democratic Party seeks to contain the Kremlin’s expansionist “Greater Russia” that, having taken over Crimea, increasingly envisions Ukraine as part of its “heartland.” Needless to say, Trump’s recent pronouncement backed the Kremlin, and countered those challenging Russia’s new imperialism: “The people of Crimea, from what I’ve heard, would rather be with Russia than where they were.” 

Part of Russia’s strategy relies on a theory of what the 20th century “father of geopolitics” Halford Mackinder called the “world island,” an imagined collective territory ranging from the Cape to Kamchatka to Lisbon, to which the Eurasian “heartland” provides the key. “Whoever rules the Heartland will rule the World Island,” Mackinder declared, urging the Atlantic powers to prevent a dangerous alliance between Germany and Russia. 

One of the many geographers compelled by Mackinder’s arguments was Karl Haushofer, a German nationalist who seized the notion of a Eurasian force, added the notion of lebensraum, and provided the key influence for Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess, from which came the Nazi Drang nach Osten (Drive to the East) and the Holocaust.

Dugin’s neo-Eurasianism recalls the precursors and originators of Nazi geopolitical theory. But in his hands, it has become an anti-modern, imperial federation of Kremlin-backed ethno-states.

For Dugin and other fascists inspired by “National Bolshevism,” Hitler would have succeeded in building the Third Reich if only he had been able to build a national-socialist bloc with the Soviets, instead of invading.

The question confronting geopolitics today, then, is not only that of alliances between Germany and Russia but of the alliance between German and Russian nationalists against the North Atlantic powers. That is a meeting of minds that the Trump administration’s pivot toward Europe’s populists, including the Alternative for Germany, is clearly facilitating.

It is important to emphasize that the necessary outcome of alliances between countries is never wholly predetermined by their relationship to the local ecology and landscape. But geopolitics matter. When nationalist forces build a geopolitical alliance – similar to an axis of far-right powers -pitted against the liberal ideas bequeathed by the American and French revolutions, we know where that leads.

What appears today to conservatives as the brio of a nationalist wave manifests itself tomorrow in targeted violence, pogroms, and expansionism. When nationalist states expand into one another’s territory, massive and avoidable wars erupt. Those who suffer are the workers and their families – “the people” whom populists claim to represent.

If the Trumpist Republican strategy was to subvert the liberal world order, that would be one thing. But that subversion masks a determination to fuel a wider reactionary surge, one that threatens to undermine basic principles of self-determination, freedom, and equality.

So we should take their tactics of illiberal subversion seriously. But we should be more worried that this kind of populism is masking the formation of a deeply authoritarian empire-building that already led to the twentieth century’s world wars.

Hickenlooper

John Hickenlooper Presidential Bid In 2020 Against Donald Trump Looks Increasingly Possible

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper just attended Bilderberg 2018. Was his attendance about running for the 2020 Presidential elections? Or was there more to it? Let’s take a closer look at the Governor. In 2013, after the Legislature passed a bill about Colorado being able to invest in Israeli bonds, Hickenlooper traveled to Israel with Denver Jewish businessman Larry Mizel, Mizel was co-chairman during a Trump fundraising event and is on the AIPAC board. Later, Hickenlooper was asked how he saw Colorado and Israel being able ‘to work together in the future’ Hickenlooper responded: I think that there are so many ways that Israel and Colorado can work. I mean we’re sort of the same… Colorado’s almost five and a half million people, Israel’s just about eight million people. I mean they’re not that much bigger than we are. They’re a long way away but they have similar needs… in terms of their agriculture and their water use, and they also have the challenges of assimilating all these different people from all over the world that we have. They have just recently the potential to become energy independent, which is similar to us. They have a huge entrepreneurial kind of startup mentality… How do we start more businesses? I think the more we cross-pollinate the two places, the better.” Later in 2015, Hickenlooper leads the delegation on a four-country trip to Japan, China, Turkey, and Israel, where he meets with Simon Peres and Netanyahu concluding his ‘economic development trip’ and states: “Israel is a critical ally of the United States. Colorado has a long history of unwavering support for Israel. This is never going to change.” 

In 2017 a new venture capital firm is created which gives grants to Israeli WATER, ENERGY AND TRANSPORTATION firms to bring Israeli energy startups to Colorado, creating the Israel-Colorado Innovation Fund which provides ‘Israeli entrepreneurs’ access to the US market through Innosphere a leading technology incubator in Colorado. One of their main focus is ‘cybersecurity’.

As you can see, Israel is well installed in The United States, plans its elections, controls its technology and literally controls the kill switch. OPEN YOUR EYES AMERICA!!!!!!!!!! 

Hickenlooper

“John Hickenlooper Presidential bid in 2020 against Donald Trump looks increasingly possible,” Source: denverpost.com

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is taking steps toward a presidential run in 2020, holding meetings with veteran political players, ahead of a visit to Iowa next month for an official trip that is sure to draw attention.

The Democrat’s actions in recent months signal to his closest associates and top party strategists that the former Denver mayor and two-term governor is more serious than ever about mounting a White House bid against President Donald Trump.
“John’s sense of timing in politics is his lucky star. It served him well when he ran for mayor and then governor. It may do the same for a run in 2020,” said Alan Salazar, Hickenlooper’s former chief political strategist.
The behind-the-scenes effort — detailed in records and described in more than a dozen interviews with Democratic insiders and Hickenlooper allies — suggests that Hickenlooper may start to formally explore a presidential run later this year, capitalizing on recent efforts to boost his national profile.
He’s far from the only one.
The list of potential Democratic candidates for president seems to grow by the day, so much so that Hickenlooper — who made Hillary Clinton’s shortlist for vice president in 2016 — may not be the only Democrat from Colorado with eyes on the White House.
Many of the same Democratic insiders who described Hickenlooper’s thinking said former U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar and current U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet are at least considering a run.
For months, Hickenlooper’s interest in a presidential bid has been a constant topic for speculation in Colorado politics. The 66-year-old former brewpub owner led Colorado during a time of economic resurgence in the years following the Great Recession, all while cultivating a reputation as a quirky, guitar-playing politician with a centrist streak.
The first question he fielded at a February event with Colorado municipal leaders involved “his next chapter.”
But like most candidates at this point, he is downplaying the idea by saying he’s focused on his final year in office.
“The minute I start talking about what am I going to do … when I’m out of office, not only do I get distracted, but everyone who works for me gets distracted,” Hickenlooper replied, but later allowed: “I won’t say me and my wife won’t discuss it.”
Hickenlooper acknowledges interest in White House bid
More recently, in a national TV interview, he acknowledged a 2020 presidential bid is a “maybe.” 
“I’ve seen some signs that he has real interest in it,” said a prominent Democratic political consultant in Washington, who is familiar with Colorado.
The chatter about his intentions is sure to increase next month when he attends an April 3 event in Iowa, an early presidential bellwether, with the state’s Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds to discuss the importance of transforming education to fit a shifting workforce and economy.
In an interview, Hickenlooper said the event is not political in nature and that he initially declined Reynolds’ invitation, keenly aware of how it would be perceived. “I am going to go give a speech in Iowa, but it’s not to the Democrats,” he said. “It’s to essentially a convention.”
Michael Gronstal, a former majority leader of the Iowa state Senate, said that if Hickenlooper does have presidential ambitions, than coming to his state is a smart move.
“If those are his intentions — and I have no idea if they are — but if those are his intentions, then it is important he comes to Iowa,” said Gronstal, a Democrat.
Hickenlooper steps onto the national stage
Hickenlooper started to more aggressively court top political minds in late 2017, holding private meetings with key Democratic allies across the country — none of which were disclosed on his public calendar but revealed in a series of records requests.
In a November trip to New York for the NationSwell Summit of “movers and shakers,” he scheduled a side meeting with Forward Majority, a Democratic super PAC, which is run by a former Obama campaign operative and focuses on winning state legislative races. Hickenlooper recently became an honorary co-chairman of the group.
In Washington a week later, Hickenlooper met with the president of the Service Employees International Union, which boasts 2 million members and backs Democratic candidates, and John Stocks, the executive director of the National Education Association and board chairman of the Democracy Alliance, the nation’s largest network of progressive political donors. The Capitol Hill meeting with Stocks took place in U.S. House Democratic whip Steny Hoyer’s conference room.
Both meetings, the governor’s office said, involved state business and were the latest in a long-running conversation. A Hickenlooper aide said the governor has met 10 times with SEIU officials over the last three years and at least twice with NEA representatives in that same time.
Hickenlooper also took an undisclosed trip to Paris for a major climate-change summit in December, rubbing shoulders in elite circles and bolstering his international credentials, as he sat next to billionaire Richard Branson and met with French President Emmanuel Macron.

From #COGov Hickenlooper’s undisclosed trip to Paris in December for the One Planet Summit https://t.co/kDWz9nxfrp #copolitics #coleg pic.twitter.com/yOUsUikVQA

— John Frank (@ByJohnFrank) March 12, 2018

More recently, Hickenlooper flew to a philanthropy event associated with former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in January and on the side met for lunch with Vernon Jordan, a longtime adviser to former President Bill Clinton.

“He was very gracious and asked me about 2020, and I said, ‘Well, you know, my wife and I hadn’t made up our minds,’” Hickenlooper said about the lunch meeting.

Jordan offered advice on what steps Hickenlooper should take next, including suggestions on whom else to talk to.

“So he was helpful, (but) I don’t think he was any more helpful to me than he was to other people,” Hickenlooper said.

In addition, Hickenlooper is working to set a meeting with former Secretary of State Colin Powell. “He’s got a broad arc of experience and is somebody that is probably useful for me to talk to,” Hickenlooper said.

Hickenlooper and Kasich meet privately

Some of Hickenlooper’s closest allies suggest he could still team with Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, as part of a political unity ticket. Hickenlooper and his wife, Robin, traveled to Columbus in November for a private dinner with Kasich and his wife, Karen.

.@CNN creates logo for Hickenlooper and Kasich for president in 2020 #copolitics #cogov pic.twitter.com/OLFqXzAGr9

— John Frank (@ByJohnFrank) August 31, 2017

Hickenlooper would not say whether they discussed 2020 politics, but both men repeatedly have dismissed the idea of running together. The two governors — and others — continue to push bipartisan policy proposals on health care, immigration and the children’s health insurance program, all efforts that bolster their national image.

Back in Colorado, Hickenlooper is talking more often about national issues, too. He pivots comments about a federal infrastructure spending plan into his concerns about the size of the national debt. And he’s become a vocal on the new Republican tax law.

His interest in the White House is not unnoticed by top political strategists.

“John Hickenlooper will go to Iowa, maybe even New Hampshire,” Democratic consultant Steve Welchert told the crowd at a recent political forum at the University of Denver.

Welchert, who grew up in Iowa, added that he gave Hickenlooper advice on where to go in the state.

“The question for Mr. Hickenlooper is what’s the best path” to the White House, he said. “I think he will kick the tires on the national stage.”

 

Communist America

COMMENTARY: When New York City Was the Capital of American Communism

This article was not only written by a member of the tribe but published in the NY Times which is completely owned by them. Hasn’t New York City ALWAYS been Capital of American Communism? History proves this. Jacob Schiff was by Rothschild to New York to carry out four specific assignments: 1. And most important, was to acquire control of America’s money-system. 2. Find desirable men, who for a price, would be willing to serve as stooges for the great conspiracy and promote them into high places in our federal government, our Congress, and the U.S. Supreme Court, and all federal agencies. 3. Create minority group strife throughout the nations; particularly between the whites and blacks. 4. Create a movement to destroy religion in the United States, but Christianity to be the chief target. We have seen not only how Schiff and the international Jewish bankers funded the Bolshevik Revolution, ever since then, America has been a puppet directed by Jewish Communist interests. Communist America

“When New York City Was the Capital of American Communism,” Source: nytimes.com

The Brooklyn-born playwright and critic Lionel Abel, who cut his political teeth in left-wing circles in Greenwich Village in the 1930s, remarked in his memoirs that during the Depression years, New York City “went to Russia and spent most of the decade there.” Leaving aside Mr. Abel’s taste for the mordant, he had a point.

For a few decades — from the 1930s until Communism’s demise as an effective political force in the 1950s — New York City was the one place where American communists came close to enjoying the status of a mass movement. Party members could live in a milieu where co-workers, neighbors and the family dentist were fellow Communists; they bought life insurance policies (excellent value for money) from party-controlled fraternal organizations; they could even spend their evenings out in nightclubs run by Communist sympathizers (like the ironically named Café Society on Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village, a showcase for up-and-coming black performers like Billie Holliday).

What became the Communist Party U.S.A. (its name varied in the early years) was founded in Chicago in 1919 and, following a period of underground organization, opened its national headquarters in that city in 1921. But the bulk of the movement’s members were in New York, and in 1927 Communist headquarters were shifted to a party-owned building in Manhattan, at 35 East 12th Street, one block south of Union Square. (The building still stands, although under new ownership, and in what has evolved into a considerably less proletarian neighborhood than in the old days.)

New York would remain the capital city of American Communism from then on. Leading communists, including such figures as William Z. Foster and Earl Browder, had their offices on the top floor of the 12th Street building; accordingly, within the movement, it became the custom to refer to party leadership as the “ninth floor.” (And, for some reason, even in non – and anti-Communist left-wing circles, “the party” was always understood to refer to the Communists, rather than any rival organizations.)

Immigrants, many of them of Eastern European Jewish background, provided the main social base for the party in New York City in the 1920s: As late as 1931, four-fifths of the Communists living in the city were foreign-born.

Of course, immigrant radicalism was nothing new in New York. The socialist leader Morris Hillquit, born in Riga, Latvia, won more than a fifth of the votes cast in the 1917 mayoral election. Socialists initially hailed the news of the Bolshevik Revolution, but many of them — except for those who left to become Communists — came in time to understand and oppose the Soviet regime’s abandonment of the left’s traditional democratic and egalitarian ideals.

Neither of the two main rival left-wing parties, Socialists or Communists, enjoyed much success in the 1920s. But with the onset of the Great Depression, Socialists were poised once again to become the dominant party on the left. In the 1932 presidential election, the Socialist candidate, Norman Thomas, won almost nine times the votes that the Communist candidate, Mr. Foster, received. (Neither of them had a fraction of the support of the actual winner, Franklin D. Roosevelt.)

But the balance of power on the left was about to change, and nowhere would that change make itself felt more dramatically than in New York. With the Depression spiraling out of control in the early 1930s, the Soviet Union began to be viewed in a new and more sympathetic light by millions of people around the world, including many in the United States. The “workers’ state” with its planned economy, viewed at a hazy distance and with a lot of wishful thinking, seemed to offer a desirable alternative to the cruel irrationality of a failed capitalist system, with its mass unemployment and widespread social misery.

Marxism-Leninism, Communists proclaimed, was a science, whose practical application by centralized and disciplined revolutionary parties in Europe, the Americas and elsewhere, held the key to unifying the workers of the world. Within a few years of the Nazi seizure of power in Germany in 1933, Soviet leaders shifted their international strategy from promoting world revolution to seeking anti-fascist alliances with Western democratic powers. In the era of the “popular front,” as American Communists stressed the need for anti-fascist unity, they began to win grudging respect in labor and liberal circles, as useful allies in the struggle for social change.

Party members did their best to appear less threatening and less foreign-inspired even as they still praised all things Soviet, proclaiming that Communism was simply “20th-century Americanism.” Communists also reached out to groups they had previously scorned, like the New Deal Democrats, and to politicians, they had previously denounced, like Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia.

For a while, it worked. In cities around the country, from Detroit to Seattle to Los Angeles, Communists began to play a visible and effective role in politics, both local and national. But nowhere were they as successful as in New York.

By 1938, the party counted 38,000 members in New York State, about half its national membership, and most of those living in New York City. Communists were increasingly native-born (although many were the children of immigrants). Party-organized mass meetings in the old Madison Square Garden were packed with as many as 20,000 participants; the annual May Day parades drew tens of thousands, too.

Some neighborhoods in New York could be likened to the “red belt” surrounding Paris: Communist-organized cooperative parties on Allerton Avenue in the Bronx were a strong base of party support, as were parts of East Harlem, Brooklyn, and the Lower East Side. In Harlem, the party’s strong commitment to fighting racism (still quite rare, even on the liberal left) helped it to attract the support of African-Americans across the social spectrum, including some leading artists like actor and singer Paul Robeson.

Communists were central to spreading the gospel of unionism from the garment trades to a host of previously unorganized industries and workplaces, as organizers and officials in the Transport Workers Union, the National Maritime Union, the Teachers Union and the American Newspaper Guild, among others. Ben Gold, the president of the Fur Workers Union, was one of the few labor leaders in the United States who openly avowed his Communist beliefs. A Communist candidate for the presidency of the city’s board of aldermen received nearly 100,000 votes in 1938; and during World War II, two open Communists, Peter V. Cacchione of Brooklyn and Benjamin Davis of Harlem, held seats on the City Council. At City College, Brooklyn College and Columbia University, there were hundreds of members of the Young Communist League, and thousands of students who joined Communist front groups like the American Youth Congress.

In the end, the decade or so that New York City “spent” in Russia came to nothing. The Communist Party’s ties to the Soviet Union, which forced it into the role of apologist for the worst crimes of the Stalin regime, from the Moscow Trials to the Nazi-Soviet Pact, limited its appeal even at the height of its success. With the onset of the Cold War, and of a second Red Scare more pervasive and longer-lasting than the original, Communists found themselves persecuted and isolated.

In 1956, with a hard core of 20,000 or so surviving members, the party was dealt a fatal blow when the Soviet leader, Nikita Khrushchev, delivered a “secret speech” to the 20th party congress in Moscow, denouncing his predecessor, Stalin, as a bloody mass murderer. The speech leaked. So did the disillusioned membership of the Communist Party U.S.A., reduced to a few thousand members by 1958, and never recovering much beyond that in decades to come. It did, however, survive the collapse of its political inspiration, the Soviet experiment.

On the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the national headquarters of the Communist Party U.S.A. remains in New York City, on one floor of a party-owned building at 235 West 23rd Street. Party members are apparently divided over whether to keep the building, which generates considerable rent revenue or make a killing on the real estate market by selling it.

A very capitalist question, in the end, to preoccupy the remaining comrades.

us-military

24 Republicans Voted For Transgenders

This is Cultural Marxism! How can any government even consider the issue of transgenders?! Since when does humanity allow these types of people join the military?! Any one who even considers a change of sex is NOT FIT to join the military service! Because that is a clear indication that he or she has serious identity problems. So these people should not be allowed to enter an organization that is there to protect and defend a country from the enemy! It is absurd! It is like allowing a mentally ill person to go out there and fight. The level of brainwashing and evil is astonishing! We are slowly accepting the UNACCEPTABLE, pretty soon pedophiles will also be allowed to join the military and bring their favorite kids along to help them release the anxiety before combat!  There is no stopping when it comes to brainwashing the idiots. 

Oh! but this is so considerate of them! Helping those who are ‘confused’ with their sexual identity get an operation! In the meantime, people are being slaughtered in the Middle East but no one cares about that!!!!!! This is what makes one ill, to see the level of hypocrisy and stupidity and how clear it is that they are destroying our society on purpose by allowing all this evil nonsense to take place. 

“24 Republicans Voted For Transgenders,” Source: dailycaller.com

The House of Representatives voted down a Republican proposal to ban the Pentagon from paying for gender-transition surgeries after 24 GOP congressmen crossed party lines to join the Democratic side.

“The Obama transgender policy, which was implemented without input from members of Congress, is ill-conceived and contrary to our goals of increasing troop readiness and investing defense dollars into addressing budget shortfalls of the past,” Hartzler said in a statement.

“By recruiting and allowing transgender individuals to serve in our military we are subjecting taxpayers to high medical costs including up to $130,000 per transition surgery, lifetime hormone treatments, and additional surgeries to address the high percentage of individuals who experience complications.”

These are the 24 Republicans who voted against the legislation that would have removed funding for transgender military members’ medical costs:

  • California Rep. Paul Cook
  • California Rep. Jeff Denham
  • California Rep. Steve Knight
  • California Rep. Darrell Issa
  • Colorado Rep Mike Coffman
  • Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo
  • Florida Rep. Lena Ros-Lehtinen
  • Florida Rep. Brian Mast
  • Michigan Rep. Justin Amash
  • Michigan Rep. Jack Bergman
  • New Jersey Rep. Leonard Lance
  • New Jersey Rep. Frank Lobiondo
  • New Jersey Rep. Tom MacArthur
  • New York Rep. John Faso
  • New York Rep. Elise Stefanik
  • New York Rep. Tom Reed
  • New York Rep. John Katko
  • New York Rep. Claudia Tenney
  • Pennsylvania Rep. Ryan Costello
  • Pennsylvania Rep. Charles Dent
  • Pennsylvania Rep. Bill Shuster
  • Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick
  • Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock
  • Washington Rep. David Reichert

“The deployability of individuals going through the sex transition process is highly problematic, requiring 210 to 238 work days where a soldier is non-deployable after surgery,” Hartzler said.

“This recovery time equates to 1.4 million manpower days where transgender personnel cannot deploy and fight our nation’s wars, therefore relying on an already stressed force to pick up the burden. It makes no sense to purposely recruit individuals who cannot serve.”

Hartzler’s efforts to force a vote on the amendment were thwarted by her own party.

Mark Zuckerberg POTUS

President Zuckerberg? Facebook CEO Tours America Amid Rumors of Political Run

Make no mistake about it. This is phase one of Candidate Zuckerberg. Watch him creep slowly, and more confidently, into the political arena within the coming years. 

Mark Zuckerberg POTUS
Mark Zuckerberg POTUS

“Zuckerberg 2020? Facebook CEO tours America’s rust belt amid rumors of political run,” Source: rt.com

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg began 2017 with a bold personal challenge: “to have visited and met people in every state in the US by the end of the year.”

So far, his whistlestop tour of the states certainly bears all the hallmarks of early political canvassing.

As part of the challenge, Zuckerberg reportedly wanted to meet longtime Democrats who voted for Trump in the last election and asked his team to reach out and find such people.

“I’ve spent significant time in many states already, so I’ll need to travel to about 30 states this year to complete this challenge,” the tech CEO wrote on his personal Facebook page on January 3.

“After a tumultuous last year, my hope for this challenge is to get out and talk to more people about how they’re living, working, and thinking about the future,” he added.

The Facebook boss met with Daniel Moore and his family at their rural home in Ohio on Friday.

Moore voted for Barack Obama twice, but then actively campaigned on behalf of then-candidate Donald Trump.

Moore told local news outlet WKBN that the Facebook CEO wanted to find out more about America’s so-called ‘Rustbelt,’ which garnered so much attention during the 2016 presidential election campaign.

Zuckerberg has also visited Michigan and Wisconsin on his nationwide tour, making sure to take plenty of wholesome, salt-of-the-earth photos with everyday working-class Americans along the way.

Zuckerberg
Zuckerberg With The Goyim

Such a tour becomes even more conspicuous in light of unsealed court filings from a class-action lawsuit in 2016 in which Zuckerberg attempted to dilute shareholder power and afford himself permanent control of the $440 billion company.

Of particular note in the proceedings was a message sent to Zuckerberg by Marc Andreessen, one of Facebook’s most prominent investors, in which he raised the issue of “how to define the government service thing without freaking out shareholders that you are losing commitment.”

“It’s the thing people will point to on announcement and say ‘what the f**k are you guys doing agreeing to this’, particularly since… government service would require you to give up control of Facebook anyway and it’s a moot point,” said Andreessen, adding credence to speculation that Zuckerberg will make a run for political office at some point in the future.

In terms of broadening political appeal and widening a potential voter base, Zuckerberg has made a notable 180-degree turn on his religious stance in the past 12 months.

The entrepreneur previously declared himself an atheist, on Christmas Day no less (though Zuckerberg himself was raised Jewish), but has since tempered his position by stating that he believes “religion is very important.”

VIDEO: Trump Is Pushing US Into Scripted And Pre-Planned World War III

The truth is coming to light and it is so filthy and so ill minded that sounds unreal. Right now, we cannot believe in anyone but in ourselves, and make sure we know the truth and keep our integrity while trying to survive the storm. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YH-ByXE364

Communist America

VIDEO: Communism – The Neo Con Jewish Connection

What is a NeoCon? The evil idea was born out of the ill minds of the tribe, for no other purpose than to better brainwash Americans into believing they do have an option and slowly lead them into Communism and a One World Order, where the tribe completely rules over them. Democrats and Republicans have been for the most part throughout American history, on the same side, just like Capitalism and Communism have always been two sides of the same coin.  

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSaFqKj6Fa8

Putin - Trump

INTERVIEW: Did Leftist Russian Groups Back Hillary?

If you can IGNORE the first two minutes where ignorant puppet Alex Jones praises his Russian Jewish comrades, then we highly recommend you to listen to what Corsi tells the ‘Infowariors’. No one in their right mind can doubt the fact that Russia is behind it all, just like the US is behind it all because there are two sides of the same coin. The objective here is World Domination but first, they need war and that, is what they are preparing the world for, right now. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI89j3M1ugs

The Star of David in Washington DC

Growing Influence – Almost 6% of Congress Now Jewish

Like in Wall Street, Hollywood, Law, etc., Jews are over represented in these professions. The tribe, after all, takes care of themselves. And even though 6% is a minority, they yield the most power via AIPAC and other elements of the Israeli lobby. This of course is not a good sign as this increase in their representation is a portent of things to come.

The Star of David in Washington DC
The Star of David in Washington DC

“Almost 6% of Congress now Jewish — 28 Democrats and 2 Republicans,” Source: timesofisrael.com

Jews made up 28 legislators in the 114th Congress and have now picked up two more seats. Of the 30 current Jewish lawmakers, 28 are Democrats and two are Republican.

The last election proved to be highly successful for Jewish candidates, as roughly 8% of the freshman class’s non-Christian representatives are Jewish, the largest share of Jews ever entering the halls of Congress since data became available, Pew said.

In 2014, roughly 1% of Washington’s legislative newcomers were Jewish, while in 2012 and 2010, 4% and 2% were members of the tribe, respectively.

As the GOP prepares to control the White House, House and Senate for the first time since 2007, giving them an opportunity to advance an agenda that’s been sidelined during the Obama era, they claim less religious diversity than their Democratic counterparts.

Out of the 293 Republicans who make up the new Congress, only two do not identify as Christians — the two who also happen to be Jewish, New York Rep. Lee Zeldin and Tennessee Rep. David Kustoff.

Democrats, who now hold 242 seats, also claim members who self-identify as Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu, Unitarian Universalist and unaffiliated.

Of the Democrats’ 28 Jewish members, 20 are serving in the House, and eight in the Senate. Jews thus make up a higher proportion of the upper chamber than the lower, holding 8% of the Senate versus 5% of the House.

Jewish Democrats will also hold leadership positions in the upcoming Congress, as New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, one of the most prominent Jews on the Hill, will serve as the Senate minority leader.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders also has a leadership post in the Democratic caucus, as its director of outreach.

One fixture of the new data shows that Jews have a considerably larger representation of Congress than they do the general US population, as the Pew analysis found that while Jews make up nearly 6% of Congress members, they make up 2% of Americans.

Protestants and Catholics also have a greater representation in Congress than the US populace. Unaffiliated Americans, however, are substantially underrepresented, as 23% of the general public identifies in that category but just 0.2% of Congress does.

Arizona Rep. Kyrsten Cinema (D) is the only member who described herself as religiously unaffiliated.