Why Trump Must Win

America is facing a grave crisis, not only in its struggling economy, but in its relations with the world. The last few decades since the collapse of communism (in Russia, at least) have not seen any change in the approach of the Washington Establishment to international affairs.

The neocon cabal remains rooted in the mindset of the Cold War. After the end of the communist threat to Europe, there was a chance to really ‘build bridges’ and welcome Eastern Europe and Russia back into the club of free Western nations. Far from cooperating, the US administration set about trying to loot Russia and turn it into another satrapy of the banking oligarchy in New York. This led to the rise of oligarchs in Russia, but, also, to the rise of Putin, who could at least see what Russia had to face in order to survive.

In the Middle East, the policy of the Hussein White House has been one of aiding and abetting Islamic terrorism everywhere, even to the extent of giving Iran a pathway to the bomb. Foreign policy in Syria has been a disaster, first with weakness in the face of ISIS, and second by refusing to work with Russia (the only nation with a legitimate right to be there right now) to conquer the terrorists and provide a basis for some sort of settlement there. The Hussein (and Clinton) foreign policy is to build bridges to America’s enemies and a wall against its friends. Trump’s foreign policy is to build bridges to her friends and a wall against her enemies.

Further, the refusal of the Hussein White House to recognize what Saudi Arabia is doing, fomenting Islamic terror around the world, stymies any rational approach by any other nation.

On the economic front, the financial crash of 2008 was brought about by a gang of banksters who looted the American and European taxpayer to pay for their criminal actions. The West has still not recovered. In Europe, Greece has been destroyed as a nation in order to serve the moneyed interests that run the EU. In southern European countries, youth unemployment approaches 50%. Such social decay is unsustainable, to use a trendy word.

In the US primaries, there were some very important and distinct differences between the Republican and Democrat campaigns. While it is true that Sanders represents a rebellion against the Establishment in the same way as Trump, the outcomes are very different. Clinton, the soulless robot of the banksters, was the anointed candidate for the Democrats. Despite the wholesale support of the Democrat machine, the New York Slimes, the Washington Pravda and all the other media toadies propping her up, vote fraud and a barrage of lies, she could barely scrape a victory against a 74-year old socialist from Vermont. This is not a candidate of strength.

On the Republican side, The Donald, in full New York brashness, took on 16 other candidates, whipped them all, and despite the Republican Establishment trying to nail him, and, of course, all of America’s lying media, TV networks etc., won a massive victory. This is a candidate of strength.

Throughout the campaign, the Establishments of both parties have shown their open contempt for ordinary Americans who are worried about all their jobs being exported to the Third World, their cities being torn up by ignorant rioters egged on by the press and TV, and their military being dishonored at home and abroad. Worst of all, is the open contempt of America’s great heritage and contributions to freedom through the ages by the traitor in the White House. The stench of corruption has all but destroyed the FBI and the Department of Justice.

Clinton is the candidate of the banksters, the corrupt political class and its toadying, lying media. This is why they are so desperate to destroy Trump. This is why they are squealing like a stuck pig with the approach of Donald Trump. He may not be the Second Coming, but he may well read the Riot Act to the political class that has been in power long past its sell-by date.

What Trump Must Do

This is what President Trump should do. First, fire all the senior management of many federal departments, to wit, the EPA, Department of Justice, the FBI, and the State Department (especially the State Department) and launch a full-scale investigation into corruption in State, Justice and the FBI.

Second, abolish the Department of Education and return that authority to the States, where it belongs. Ensure that First (and Second) Amendment rights are respected in all educational establishments and withdraw any funding for organizations that suppress freedom of expression through ‘political correctness’.

Third, rescind all of Hussein’s Executive Orders. In fact, have a TV ceremony where he can tear them up in the White House for all to see.

Fourth, immediately suspend all Islamic immigration until such time as adequate screening processes are in place.

Fifth, give notice to all nations, especially Muslim nations, that all foreign aid will cease unless immediate steps are taken to guarantee the rights of women, gays and religious minorities in their purview.

Sixth, invite President Putin, Prime Minister May and other European leaders to Washington to discuss ways of reducing tensions in the Middle East and wiping out Islamic State. Demand that other Western nations pony up the money too.

Seventh, end money printing, which only serves to bail out the banksters and further impoverish American (and European) taxpayers. Hold banks responsible for their financial decisions, not the taxpayer.

Eighth, cut the budget of the EPA by 50% at least and require all regulations passed in the past ten years to be reviewed, and, if not fully justified, abolished.

Ninth, abolish all affirmative action programs for jobs and college, except for military veterans.

Tenth, ensure that if an enquiry into corruption in the government results in successful prosecutions, the ne’er-do-wells go to jail.

The presstitutes, journos and all the nest of vipers in the media Establishment will always hate Trump, whatever he does. That’s why he should be ruthless, immediately; the tougher he acts, the more his supporters will love him.  Who knows, maybe the Republicans in Congress will develop a backbone?

I also have some ideas for some personalities who could serve in a Trump Cabinet.  Stay tuned.

Rebel Yell

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monkey

I am a former Progressive Conservative so already uncomfortable with the GOP as it is, but at least could support a moderate like John Kasich but not Trump. On Russia I would argue most of Eastern Europe did get brought into the Western fold by joining NATO and the EU. Perhaps maybe Russia should have been allowed to join NATO earlier but certainly not now while the EU could have at least said they could join once they meet the criteria which they are many years away from anyways. As for the Middle East, it was Bush not Obama who messed it up by invading Iraq which should have never been done and Obama rightly opposed from the beginning unlike Clinton and even Trump (he was on recording in 2003 supporting it and only now claims to oppose it). Also calling him Hussein is insulting it just reduces your argument. Most Canadians including most Conservatives are not Islamophobic.

Instead I think Trump would be a disaster as he is unpredictable and who knows what stupid thing he would do. With all his bankruptcies, I worry he would default on the US debt which would cause a world wide depression. He promises to rip up NAFTA which devastate our trade oriented economy. A better solution is have Hillary is president and hold her in check by having the Republicans win both houses and then hopefully in 2020 they can choose a more reasonable leader.

Steve Lyons

Monkey: Most of your argument is useless because drastic steps are needed. I do not believe that Clinton could be controlled. The house and senate already are run by the republicans and they could (would) not stop obama. It is time to get rid of the career lawyers and policy makers and put in people who have a grasp on reality and not govern with feel good policy….Steve O

monkey

So do you believe having NAFTA ripped up would be a good thing? Lets remember that would be devastating for Canada more so than anything Obama has done. Never mind racial tensions would likely inflame and that is a bad thing not good thing. In addition there is the worry Donald Trump might push the button and launch a nuclear weapon. While I think the odds of him doing this are not very high (probably only around 10%), that risk is way too high. Nuclear weapons are there as a deterrent not to be used. Lets remember there are many Republicans who do not want Trump to win. Some are supporting Clinton, others are voting for third parties, but many traditional Republicans are horrified of what their party has become. Yes the system may need a bit of a shake up, but the US on balance is doing well, it is not in a major crisis like some critics on both the left and right claim thus there is no need to blow everything up and start from scratch.

Bill Eler

Rebel Yell – One of the best sit-reps I;ve reas to date. After viewing the first debate I have some thought concerning the NEED for a Trump win.

This has nothing to do with partisan politics or Trump or what you may think of his personality. It’s an all out no holds barred everything’s on the table last ditch effort for the electorate to regain a say in government and public policy making.

Last night watching the debate my attention wandered from what exactly was being said to what was NOT being said and the shear desperation of Hillary and the Moderator (representing the collective media/political establishment) in steering the narrative back (from the bleak picture of reality Trump painted of the American condition) to the concocted narrative of an perfidious controlling corrupt establishment narrative that all is well in a country being rapidly disassembled by being sold out to non-American ideas, interests and cultures by a scheming quisling insider establishment.

That’s a mouthful and a large chunk of reality to swallow in one gulp – it will take a greater effort by the “outsider” Trump to wake the sleep-walking American electorate to the treachery of the Beltway establishment and their foreign backers.

His mistake in this first debate was in assuming most voter know what he knows about the level of corruption represented by Clinton and the bipartisan GOPs. He came odf as a guy ranting in coherently – but only because most are unaware of how deep the perfidy in the governing establishment goes.

Mr. Trump needs to offer the electorate “the red pill” – red state voter have already taken theirs – blue state voters neet to get off the “blue pill” – prticularly Black Americans.
Things will get better after that.
I hope.

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