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As Dumb-Ass Donald Trump Goes After The Almost Demised Coal Industry China Has Become Number One In Renewable Energy!

Posted in United States with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2017 by sheriffali

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America will spend 2.6 Trillion Dollars on Defense by 2020!

 

China will spend 493 Billion Dollars On Renewable Energy by 2020!

 

If America is going to remain No 1 in the Pleiades of Nations, the United States must rid itself of The Anti-American Republican Terrorists Party.

 

With Republicans in control of the White House, Senate and the House of Representatives, they are daily dismantling everything that is good and decent about America. 98 days into Donald Trump’s and Republican Control House and Senate First 100 days and they haven’t done one single thing for America or the American people.

 

Donald Trump and Republicans are enemies of 98% of the American People; The Environment; Education; Women’s Rights; Equal Rights; Health Care and the Out-Of-Control National Debt.

 

Bill Clinton spent 8 years resolving Ronald Reagan and George Walker Herbert Bush financial mess then came George W Bush and Dick Cheney with a Republican Controlled Congress and wrecked America more than most people would ever come to realize.

 

Then President Obama like Bill Clinton spent 8 years bringing America back from the Dead and here we are again with America’s Greatest Con Man and the Fraudulent Controlled Republican Congress, wrecking America again. If they are not stopped, perhaps, just perhaps, America would never survive Donald Trump and The Republicans Destruction.

 

Americans, Republicans, Some Independents and Many Democrats couldn’t appreciate Hillary Clinton’s Life Time Of Sacrifice for America and here we are today with the most stupid man, Donald Trump, sitting in the White House.

 

I hope the Bernie Sanders, Jill Stein and Gary Johnson Supporters along with the dumb Republican Voters are happy to witness the Destruction of everything that made America Great!

 

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George W Bush And Dick Cheney Used Private Emails And A Private Server Owned By the Republican National Committee And Karl Rove In 2007 Erased 22 Million Emails.

Posted in 2016 Presidency, 2016 Presidential Race, 2016 White House with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 23, 2016 by sheriffali

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Colin Powell And Condoleezza Rice Used Private Emails, However, Republicans And The Media Have Gone Only After Hillary Clinton; WHY?

 

Isn’t it amazing, we have Two War Criminals, George W Bush, Dick Cheney having done even worse than what the Republicans have been trashing Hillary Clinton for in regards to Benghazi. The Bush Administration ignored nine months of pre-warning that allowed September 11, 2001 tragedy to occur. And if that wasn’t bad enough these criminals then turned around and invaded Iraq, killing thousands of our Soldiers, injuring hundreds of thousands and costing the lives of more than 250 Million Iraqis, costing the Tax Payers in excess of [2] Two Trillion Dollars.

 

George W Bush, Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, Donald Rumsfeld and others in the Bush Administration should be imprisoned, but Congressional Republicans have never blinked an eye when it comes to their own.

 

However, Republicans have hounded the Obama Administration and specifically, Hillary Clinton over the tragedy in Benghazi that took the lives of four great Americans. But apart from that, look at the time and money Republicans have wasted in investigating Hillary Clinton’s Email, when Bush, Cheney and Rove are guilty by Republican Standards for their participation in the Bush Administration Email Scandal.

 

President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have spent their entire lives working for America, the American people and the world; they have never been arrested, indicted or are there any facts of guilt against the Clintons, except gossip, lies and innuendos by Republicans and the twisted Media.

 

Now the Republican Party have decimated America by Nominating a Certified Serial Liar, Con Man, Bankruptcy Swindler, Bigot, Fascist, Racist, a Bona Fide Crook and one of the world’s nastiest people, Donald Trump to run for the Presidency.

 

Support Hillary Clinton for President and Vote for a Democratic Controlled Senate and House of Representatives.

 

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The War On Terror, That Campaign Without End Launched 14 Years Ago By George W Bush, Is Tying Itself Up In Ever More Grotesque Contortions.

Posted in Condi Rice, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George W. Bush, ISIS, Tony Blair with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 16, 2015 by sheriffali

On November 9, 2015 The Trial In London Of A Swedish Man, Bherlin Gildo, Accused Of Terrorism In Syria, Collapsed After It Became Clear British Intelligence Had Been Arming The Same Rebel Groups The Defendant Was Charged With Supporting.

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The prosecution abandoned the case, apparently to avoid embarrassing the intelligence services. The defense argued that going ahead with the trial would have been an “affront to justice” when there was plenty of evidence the British state was itself providing “extensive support” to the armed Syrian opposition.

 

That didn’t only include the “non-lethal assistance” boasted of by the government (including body armor and military vehicles), but training, logistical support and the secret supply of “arms on a massive scale”. Reports were cited that M16 had cooperated with the CIA on a “rat line” 

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Of arms transfers from Libyan stockpiles to the Syrian rebels in 2012 after the fall of the Gaddafi regime.

 

Clearly, the absurdity of sending someone to prison for doing what ministers and their security officials were up to themselves became too much. But it’s only the latest of a string of such cases. Less fortunate was a London cab driver Anis Sardar, who given a life sentence a fortnight earlier   for taking part in 2007 in resistance to the occupation of Iraq by US and British forces. Armed opposition to illegal invasion and occupation clearly doesn’t constitute terrorism or murder on most definitions, including the Geneva Convention.

 

But terrorism is now squarely in the eye of the beholder. And nowhere is that more so than in the Middle East, where today’s terrorists are tomorrow’s fighters against tyranny – and allies are enemies – often at the bewildering whim of a western policymaker’s conference call.

 

For the past year, US, British and other western forces have been back in Iraq, supposedly in the cause of destroying the hyper-sectarian terror group Islamic State (formerly known as al-Qaida in Iraq). This was after Isis overran huge chunks of Iraqi and Syrian territory and proclaimed a self-styled Islamic caliphate.

 

The campaign isn’t going well. Last month, Isis rolled into the Iraqi city of Ramadi, while on the other side of the now nonexistent border its forces conquered the Syrian town of Palmyra. Al-Qaida’s official franchise, the Nusra Front, has also been making gains in Syria. 

 

Some Iraqis complain that the US sat on its hands while all this was going on. The Americans insist they are trying to avoid civilian casualties, and claim significant successes. Privately, officials say they don’t want to be seen hammering Sunni strongholds in a sectarian war and risk upsetting their Sunni allies in the Gulf.

 

A revealing light on how we got here has now been shown by a recently declassified secret US Intelligence report, written in August 2012 which uncannily predicts – and effectively welcomes – the prospect of a “Salafist principality” in eastern Syria and an al-Qaida-controlled Islamic state in Syria and Iraq. In stark contrast to western claims at the time, the Defense Intelligence Agency document identifies al-Qaida in Iraq (which became Isis) and fellow Salafists as the “major forces driving the insurgency in Syria” – and states that “western countries, the Gulf states and Turkey” were supporting the opposition’s efforts to take control of eastern Syria.

 

Raising the “possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality”, the Pentagon report goes on, “this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran)”.

 

Which is pretty well exactly what happened two years later?  The report isn’t a policy document. It’s heavily redacted and there are ambiguities in the language. But the implications are clear enough. A year into the Syrian rebellion, the US and its allies weren’t only supporting and arming an opposition they knew to be dominated by extreme sectarian groups; they were prepared to countenance the creation of some sort of “Islamic state” – despite the “grave danger” to Iraq’s unity – as a Sunni buffer to weaken Syria. 

 

 That doesn’t mean the US created Isis, of course, though some of its Gulf allies certainly played a role in it – as the US vice-president, Joe Biden, acknowledged last year. But there was no al-Qaida in Iraq until the US and Britain invaded. And the US has certainly exploited the existence of Isis against other forces in the region as part of a wider drive to maintain western control.

 

The calculus changed when Isis started beheading westerners and posting atrocities online and the Gulf States are now backing other groups in the Syrian war, such as the Nusra Front. But this US and western habit of playing with jihadi groups, which then come back to bite them, goes back at least to the 1980s war against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan, which fostered the original al-Qaida under CIA tutelage.

 

It was recalibrated during the occupation of Iraq, when US forces led by General Petraeus sponsored an El Salvador style dirty war of sectarian death squads to weaken the Iraqi resistance. And it was reprised in 2011 in the Nato-orchestrated war in Libya, where Isis last week took control of Gaddafi’s home town of Sirte.

 

In reality, United States and western policy in the conflagration that is now the Middle East is in the classic mould of imperial divide-and-rule. American forces bomb one set of rebels while backing another in Syria and mount what are effectively joint military operations with Iran against Isis in Iraq while supporting Saudi Arabia’s military campaign against Iranian-backed Houthi forces in Yemen. However confused US policy may often be, a weak, partitioned Iraq and Syria fit such an approach perfectly.

 

What’s clear is that Isis and its monstrosities won’t be defeated by the same powers that brought it to Iraq and Syria in the first place, or whose open and covert war-making has fostered it in the years since. Endless western military interventions in the Middle East have brought only destruction and division. It’s the people of the region who can cure this disease – not those who incubated the virus.

 

 

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President Obama And Hillary Clinton 1 Attack Benghazi 4 Dead: George W Bush 13 Attacks 60 Dead: Ronald Reagan 7 Attacks 94 Dead!

Posted in Benghazi, Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 7, 2015 by sheriffali

If President Obama was in the White House and having had at least 12 months of Intelligence Reports showing Al Qaeda as a detrimental threat to the United States and then on August 6, 2001 he received a Presidential Daily Briefing PDF that stated Al Qaeda determined to strike within the Continental United States and then 9/11 occurred on Obama’s watch, Republicans would have not only impeached Obama, but they would have sought criminal prosecution.

 

And if Obama and Biden along with Hillary Clinton had manipulated the 9/11 tragedy and invaded Iraq that killed 4,500 American Soldiers, Republicans would not have only removed them from Office, but they would have been tried for Treason.

 

When you consider all the criminal wrongdoings by George W Bush and Dick Cheney in the Bush Administration and to this date no one ever had to answer for the Crimes against America and Crimes against foreign countries and their citizens, it is numbing to think that “all of this Criminal Negligence and Criminality was simply water under the bridge.”

 

But to this date and despite Kevin McCarthy Public Statement of Taxpayers Money in the Republican Committee Benghazi Scam Witch Hunt, Republicans are still defending their Criminality; the Media prods along and the Democrats, except for Hillary Clinton and a few others, their silence is deafening.

 

Today October 7, 2015 The House Of Congress Voted 240 – 183 to continue the Benghazi Scam Investigation. It seems self evident that a large number of the American Public are truly uninformed, ignorant, uneducated and brainwashed.

 

America’s New Motto! Lies Prosper – Truth Dies!

 

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America May Have Had An Overdose Of The Charlatan Donald Trump And It Looks Like The Beginning Of The End For The Bankruptcy Swindler, As The 2016 GOP Hopefuls Remain Sociopaths, Blaming President Obama And Hillary Clinton For George W Bush And Dick Cheney’s Recklessness And Criminality

Posted in Politics, Republican Second Debate with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2015 by sheriffali

[NYT] So it went, somewhat tediously and surreally, for many stretches of the debate on Wednesday night and especially for the first half-hour, during which Rand Paul took the precise measure of — and raised the correct question about — the egomaniacal front-runner.

 

“Do we want someone with that kind of character, that kind of careless language, to be negotiating with Putin?” Paul asked.

 

“I think really there’s a sophomoric quality that is entertaining about Mr. Trump, but I am worried,” he added, and I nodded so vigorously at the “worried” part that I’m going to need balm and a neck brace tomorrow.

 

Paul went on to single out Trump’s “visceral response to attack people on their appearance — short, tall, fat, ugly. My goodness, that happened in junior high. Are we not way above that?”

 

No, we aren’t. Or at least Trump isn’t. And “junior high” is too easy on him, too kind. Trump comes from, and belongs in, the sandbox, as he demonstrated the second that Paul paused and Trump fired back: “I never attacked him on his look, and believe me, there’s plenty of subject matter right there.”

 

How lovely. And how adult! And less than an hour later, Fiorina had to stand there and try not to squirm as she was asked to react to Trump’s recent comments about her in a Rolling Stone interview: “Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that?”

 

Fiorina held her head, including her face, high. “I think women all over this country heard very clearly what Mr. Trump said,” she stated tightly, and with more dignity than Trump or the situation deserved.

Trump rushed in: “I think she’s got a beautiful face and I think she’s a beautiful woman.” Watch out, Carly. Next comes an invitation for a private ride in his Trump-i-copter.

 

I mentioned my nodding, but my real injuries came from shaking my head, over and over, because I couldn’t quite believe the Trump-centric nature of it all. I’m still mystified that he’s done this well in the polls for this long.

 

I know that Americans have lost faith in institutions — understandably. I know that Americans are turned off by politics as usual — justly.

 

But have we sunk to a point where we’re prepared to reach for someone so careless with his insinuations, so merrily and irresponsibly ignorant, that he used some of his precious time on Wednesday night to fan irrational, repudiated fears about a link between vaccines and autism?

 

Are we buoyed by a bully who calls anyone who disagrees with him a “loser,” promises vaguely that his presidency will be “unbelievable” (his favorite adjective, and an unintentionally telling one), and presents little besides his tumescent ego and stagey rage?

 

The CNN anchor Jake Tapper, who was the debate’s moderator, pressed hard to get Trump to say, with even a scintilla of specificity, why he believes that he’d be more effective in dealing with Vladimir Putin than Obama has been.

 

And all that Trump could muster was: “I would get along with him.”

 

How? Why? Not a single detail. But Trump doesn’t do details. He just crows that he will know the most, be the best and win. He’s a broken record of grandiose, self-infatuated music.

 

The most satisfying, encouraging moments of the debate were those when other candidates tried to point that out directly or indirectly. Chris Christie did so several times. During his opening remarks, he asked the camera to move from him to the audience, saying that the election isn’t really about the candidates, who soak up the spotlight, but the people, who deal with the consequences.

 

 

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Fox Freak Show Tonight, Where Bigots, Racists, Chicken Hawk Warmongers, Bankruptcy Shyster, Religious Fanatics, Homophobes, Liars And Crooks Gather Together To Beat-Up On The 50/50 White African American President That Saved America!

Posted in Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 6, 2015 by sheriffali

Yes Sir, this performance tonight is to find out who can say the dumbest of things; tell the biggest lies; promulgate the most racism and be the extreme obnoxious person that may end up being the Republican Nominee, For President Of The United States.

They wouldn’t have any difficulty because Republicans and Fox News cater to the uninformed, ignorant, and uneducated and the brainwashed, that loyally and consistently vote against their own interest.

Tonight Performers are all educated, so they are not espousing stupidity because they are foolish people, no sir, they do this because of the audience, their loyal voters would be watching and they the Republican Voters, well, they are suffering from the Stockholm Syndrome.

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{The Iran Deal Problem} A President’s Intelligence Contrasting Warmongers In The Repugnant, Republican, GOP Party..

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 16, 2015 by sheriffali

President Obama was well into his feisty and freewheeling news conference on the Iran nuclear deal when Major Garrett of CBS News got under the presidential skin.

 

“As you well know, there are four Americans in Iran, three held on trumped-up charges,” Garrett said. “Can you tell the country, sir, why you are content, with all the fanfare around this deal, to leave the conscience of this nation, the strength of this nation, unaccounted for in relation to these four Americans?”

 

The normally cool president reacted slowly, as though trying to control his anger.

 

“The notion that I am content — as I celebrate — with American citizens languishing in Iranian jails?” Obama asked, icily. “That’s nonsense, and you should know better.” After that extraordinary scolding, the president went on to explain that he didn’t link the American captives to nuclear talks because doing so may have made Iran think “we can get additional concessions out of the Americans,” and would have made it “much more difficult for us to walk away” from a deal.

 

Garrett’s question, though loaded, was legitimate; one of those being held on bogus charges in Iran is Jason Rezaian, The Washington Post’s Tehran bureau chief. And Obama’s answer was revealing: Full of Sturm und Drang, he ultimately acknowledged that the United States just doesn’t have the clout to enforce its will.

 

This was an undercurrent of the whole news conference Wednesday afternoon, and of Obama’s overall defense of the Iran deal. He was tough and strong, but in service of the argument that American power is limited — that this is the best deal we could get with our declining leverage. His defenders call it realism; it also may amount to ratifying retreat.

 

Obama took on those who said a better deal would have stripped Iran of all nuclear capability. “The problem with that position is that there is nobody who thinks that Iran would or could ever accept that, and the international community does not take the view that Iran can’t have a peaceful nuclear program,” he said. “And so we don’t have diplomatic leverage.”

 

As for those who argue for continued economic sanctions? Obama said that sanctions “required the cooperation of countries all around the world, many of whom really want to purchase oil from Iran.” If they saw the United States walking away from a deal, “the sanctions system unravels,” he said, and “we have lost credibility in the eyes of the world.”

 

He positioned the nuclear deal as the work of a nation trying to triage its problems in global affairs. “The argument,” he said, “that because this deal does not solve all those other problems, that’s an argument for rejecting this deal, defies logic . . . and it loses sight of what was our original number one priority, which is making sure that they don’t have a bomb.”

 

Broadly, Obama offered his view that “it’s not the job of the president of the United States to solve every problem in the Middle East,” and he said he couldn’t end the Syrian civil war without “buy in” from Russia and Iran. He acknowledged that the nuclear deal might mean more money for Hezbollah, but said, “Is that more important than preventing Iran from getting a nuclear weapon? No.”

 

Even when the news conference took a brief detour into domestic issues — revoking Bill Cosby’s Presidential Medal of Freedom — Obama spoke of powerlessness. “There is no precedent for revoking a medal,” he said. “We don’t have that mechanism.”

 

 

A couple of dozen seats at the news conference were empty, so a smaller-than-usual crowd got to see the rare spectacle of Obama going off script. After finishing his list of pre-selected questioners (and posing a few questions to himself about various objections to the deal), he opened the floor to all comers. “Have we exhausted Iran questions here?” he asked. “I really am enjoying this Iran debate.”

 

There’s little that Obama’s Republican critics in Congress can do about the deal other than vote their symbolic disapproval, and the president seemed to be speaking as much for the history books as for contemporary critics, using phrases such as “historic chance” and “future generations.” But mostly what came through was a defense of what future historians may describe as the Obama doctrine: an America that recognizes the limits of its power and acts less ambitiously.

 

“No one suggests that this deal resolves all the threats that Iran poses to its neighbors or the world,” he said, returning repeatedly to the argument that none of his critics has “presented to me or the American people a better alternative.”

 

He’s right. And this is why it was, sadly, a powerful case — for American weakness. [Dana Milbank Washington Post]

 

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