November 13, 2016
The mainstream media is now working a new angle: they are claiming that Trump will now privatize Social Security and go back on all of his promises to please lobbyists.
Fervent Trump enemies like the Israel-first sheenie Jonah Goldberg at the National Review are demanding that Trump betray the people that put him into office, while the rest of the Neo-Cons are drawing up lists of worthless Washington insiders, expecting Trump to appoint them to important offices.
But they miss a critical factor in the Trump phenomenon: what does he get out of it?
People like Paul Ryan push TPP because he’s a suburban Wisconsin simpleton that wants to have a bigger house than the Jones’ and be seen in the Sky Box at the next Green Bay Packers game – he’ll bark like a dog for the globalist Jews in Washington to get there. Trump on the other hand already had every material and status thing a man could possibly want, and his presidential run hurt him on this front. The media is lying so that if they try to impeach him, you’ll feel sold out and won’t fight back.
Proof of Trump’s seriousness in doing something about the decline of America is the fact that the Zionist surveillance organization, Richard Cohen’s Southern Poverty Law Center, has been making the media rounds expressing outrage that people listed next to David Duke and Andrew Anglin are on Trump’s presidential cabinet advisory board.
Officials from the Human Rights Campaign are expressing concern over an anti-gay extremist who has been tapped to lead domestic issues transition to the Trump administration.
According, to AP, Ken Blackwell will be in charge of the Trump “action team” examining the departments of energy, environmental protection, labor, transportation, health and human services, housing and urban development, interior and agriculture.
Blackwell is a senior fellow with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)-designated anti-LGBT hate group Family Research Council.
Also of concern is the rumor that former Attorney General Ed Meese will have a key role in the Trump Administration. Meese is a fellow at the Heritage Foundation, an organization that asserts that laws protecting LGBTQ people are not “necessary” and “weaken the marriage culture and the freedom of citizens and their associations to affirm their religious or moral convictions…”
And immigration “hardliner” Kris Kobach.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who helped Pearce write Arizona’s Senate Bill 1070, told a Witchita TV station about his new role on Trump’s “immigration policy transition team.”
“There’s going to be a lot to do there in part because Mr. Trump and Mr. Obama are diametric opposites when it comes to immigration policy so there will be a lot of changes,” Kobach told KWCH. “There’s no question the wall is going to get built. The only question is how quickly will it get done and who pays for it?”
The Arizona Legislature passed SB 1070 and Republican Gov. Jan Brewer signed it into law in 2010.
Pearce and Kobach worked on the legislation together. The law made it a state crime to be in the country illegally. It led to proposed copycat legislation in some states and boycotts of Arizona by others. It was lauded as the nation’s toughest anti-immigration measure at the time. Many of its provisions have since been ruled illegal.
Kobach, has an Ivy League education and ties to the controversial Washington, D.C.-based anti-immigration group the Reform Law Institute, the public-interest law affiliate of the Federation for American Immigration Reform. The Southern Poverty Law Center, a non-profit Alabama-based civil-rights organization, has described FAIR as an anti-immigrant hate-group.
Both Kobach and Blackwell have groups on the SPLC’s “hate group” list, which is quite amusing, because it is proof that now it is the opinions of the SPLC which are the marginal, extremist ones (not that they weren’t before, but now we’ve broken the Synagogue Ceiling of politics to an extent).
This is an important if subtle development. The work of the SPLC is scandalous in and of itself; that a private Non-Governmental Organization run mostly by Jews dedicates itself to the unwarranted surveillance of private citizens engaging in First Amendment activity is an abomination; this is something completely alien to the American spirit of free discourse, more akin to the Jews in the Cheka in the early years of the Soviet Union.
Additionally, the SPLC looks for the employers of political dissidents and pressures businesses to fire them, many people reading this may have had this experience. In the case of our chief editor Andrew Anglin and others who don’t have jobs or businesses to lose, agents of the SPLC go after their families, to stalk and harass them.
To think that an organization like this can draw up hit lists of people is outrageous; the FBI sort of admitted this when they publicly ended their association with the SPLC after the shooting at the Family Research Council, where the culprit named the hit list as a primary resource for choosing the target. Privately, however, the Obama government has continued to work closely with this organization that grossly maligns and targets Catholics, Conservatives, ethnic Nationalists and critics of Zionism.
Under this new administration, we must petition our government to audit the Southern Poverty Law Center, whose coffers are largely stashed away in offshore accounts, and find counsel to examine legal recourse against them in a class action fashion. If there are no grounds for this, we must work with the Trump government – which will probably contain numerous individuals on the SPLC’s hate watch list – to sever all ties with it, as well as re-open an investigation into the mounting evidence showing the SPLC may have played a role in the Oklahoma City Bombing.
The Southern Poverty Law Center is an organization as murky and suspicious as the Clinton Foundation, but its ties to law enforcement have largely made it immune to proper legal scrutiny. Under a Trump administration, we must work tirelessly to ensure extremist groups like this are drained out of our government and held to the same legal standard that the rest of us are.