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Donald Trump’s Constant Praising Of International Dictators Is Solely Because Trump Is Not Intelligent Enough To Sit With Bona Fide World Leaders!

Posted in United States with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 2, 2017 by sheriffali

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Beyond any doubt, except for Lying and Larceny Donald Trump is not qualified to be anything else, much less the Presidency of the United States. Trump with such Public World Exposure is an indictment on America’s Education Standard that has truly fallen behind that resulted in 62 Million Uninformed, Ignorant, Mostly Uneducated and Brainwashed people, voting against their very own interest and that of their children.


The easier problem for America is Impeaching and Imprisoning Trump For Treason, the bigger problem is how to educate the people that are so uneducated to “keep doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different result.” [Albert Einstein]


[WAPO] “It’s no longer just Vladi­mir Putin. As he settles into office, President Trump’s affection for totalitarian leaders has grown beyond Russia’s president to include strongmen around the globe.


Egyptian President Abdel ­Fatah al-Sissi has had his opponents gunned down, but Trump praised him for doing “a fantastic job.” Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is a junta chief whose military jailed dissidents after taking power in a coup, yet Trump offered to meet with him at the White House. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has eroded basic freedoms, but after a recent political victory, he got a congratulatory call from Trump.


Then there’s the case of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. He is accused of the extrajudicial killing of hundreds of drug users, and he maligned President Barack Obama as a “son of a whore” at an international summit last year. Yet on Sunday, in what the White House characterized as a “very friendly conversation,” Trump invited Duterte to Washington for an official visit.


In an undeniable shift in American foreign policy, Trump is cultivating authoritarian leaders, one after another, in an effort to reset relations following an era of ostracism and public shaming by Obama and his predecessors.


For instance, it has become an almost daily occurrence for Trump to gush about Chinese President Xi Jinping since their Mar-a-Lago summit last month. Trump has called Xi “a very good man,” “highly respected” and a “gentleman,” as he tries to persuade Xi to convince North Korea that it should scale back or give up its pursuit of nuclear weapons.


Trump’s praise is not limited to potential U.S. allies. Even as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ratchets up his provocations, Trump called Kim “a smart cookie” in a CBS News interview over the weekend. On Monday, Trump told Bloomberg News he would be “honored” to personally meet with Kim “under the right circumstances.”


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Hillary Clinton: Time for ‘rethinking’ of US approach to North Korea

Posted in 2016 Presidency, 2016 Presidential Election, 2016 Presidential Race, 2016 White House, American History, Blacks, Democrat, Donald Trump, Donald Trump Scam, Extreme Views, Hillary Clinton, Hillary Clinton For POTUS, Obama Administration, Presidency 2016, Republican Legislators, Republican Scam, Republicans, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, United States with tags , , , , , , , on September 10, 2016 by sheriffali


PENSCACOLA, Fla. (AP) — Hillary Clinton said Friday it was time for a “rethinking” of America’s strategy for North Korea following the regime’s latest test of a nuclear weapon. Donald Trump and his campaign chief, meanwhile, refused to outline the Republican presidential candidate’s plans for defusing tensions on the Korean Peninsula.


The New York billionaire, however, vowed to deploy military muscle to attack America’s enemies if provoked. Largely ignoring North Korea, he noted a recent incident in which he said Iranian ships were “toying with” an American destroyer near the Strait of Hormuz. During a Trump presidency, he promised at a Friday night rally in Pensacola, Florida, ships trying to provoke the U.S. “will be shot out of the water.”


In New York, Clinton was focused on the North Korean threat after meeting with a bipartisan group of national security experts. The former secretary of state said she would seek to impose tougher sanctions on the communist nation, arguing the latest test provides an opening to pressure China, which has been tepid in its response to North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.

“I think we have an opening here that we haven’t had for the last several years that I intend to do everything I can to take advantage of,” Clinton said. Clinton spoke hours after Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, pressed repeatedly on Trump’s plans for the region, said only, “He wouldn’t do what’s being done now.”


“He’s not going to reveal all of his plans and he’s made that very clear. And maybe someone can ask him in a debate,” Conway told “CBS This Morning.” ”But the fact is that this entire world would be put on notice that there’s a strong leader in the White House.”


North Korea’s latest atomic test was its fifth; and the second in eight months. South Korean President Park Geun-hye said the detonation, which Seoul estimated was the North’s biggest ever in explosive yield, was an act of “fanatic recklessness” and a sign that leader Kim Jong Un “is spiraling out of control.”


P resident Barack Obama condemned the test and said the U.S. would never accept the country as a nuclear power. In appearances in Florida and Washington, Trump used the North Korean development to attack Clinton. “North Korea, like so many other things, is one more Hillary Clinton failure,” he said in Pensacola.


He did not say whether he had a plan to address North Korea’s claim the test will allow it to build an array of stronger, smaller and lighter nuclear weapons. He focused instead on attacking Clinton’s credibility. He said Clinton was being “protected” during the Justice Department’s investigation into her use of a private email server while secretary of state.


“She could walk right into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching, right smack in the middle of the heart, and she wouldn’t be prosecuted,” Trump said. Meanwhile, Clinton said the United States would not let North Korea pursue a nuclear weapon and said that as president, she would seek new sanctions and work closely with allies in the region, such as South Korea and Japan.


But she also said she would consider discussions similar to recent negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program, because sanctions “aren’t enough.” The development in North Korea comes at the end of a week in which Trump and Clinton clashed repeatedly over national security.


The New York billionaire attacked Clinton’s record as the nation’s chief diplomat, yet he faced criticism from within his own party for refusing to outline his plans for combating foreign policy challenges, including threats posed by the Islamic State group. Trump said this week that he does indeed have a plan, but would convene military leaders in his first 30 days in office to craft another plan.


Trump has also faced criticism for praising Russian President Vladimir Putin during a high-profile national security forum earlier in the week, and appearing on a Russian-backed television network Thursday evening.


On Friday, Clinton said she was “disappointed” by Trump’s decision to appear on RT America, saying that “every day that goes by this just becomes more and more of a reality television show. It’s not a serious presidential campaign.”


With several prominent Republican national security officials already concerned about Trump’s national security acumen, Clinton has tried to cast herself as the better potential commander in chief. She has aggressively promoted her growing list of military endorsements from both parties.


On Friday, her campaign said the number of retired generals and admirals endorsing Clinton for president has grown to 110. Trump quickly countered by saying his list had ballooned to 120 former U.S. generals and admirals earlier in the week.


Trump’s running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, received his first intelligence briefing Friday. The vice presidential nominee, declined to offer any specifics; since the information, was classified. Continuing her aggressive fundraising push, Clinton appeared at two fundraisers in New York. One of them was an LGBT event featuring Barbra Streisand.


Clinton is getting some help from another wealthy backer as well. Billionaire Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz said Friday he’s giving $20 million to help defeat Trump.


Lucey reported from New York. Associated Press writer Julie Bykowicz contributed to this report.


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Obama Makes History As First President To Take Questions Only From Women During News Conference December 19, 2014

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 19, 2014 by sheriffali

The first question went to Carrie Budoff Brown of Politico, who asked about cyber attacks.


The second question goes to Cheryl Bolen of Bloomberg. Up third, Julie Pace from the AP asked about Cuba and whether or not North Korea was acting with another country. The fourth question goes to Lesley Clark of McClatchy Newspapers. “World news Tonight” anchor David Muir just received a shout out from the president.


The fifth question goes to Roberta Rampton of Reuters. Colleen McCain Nelson was up next, asking about executive actions. Juliet Eilperin gets the next question, asking about the Keystone pipeline. April Ryan of Urban Radio Networks gets the last question, asking about the “state of black America.”


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Dennis Rodman, The sorry excuse for a human being!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on September 9, 2013 by sheriffali

The United States of America provided the opportunity for Rodman to become Rich and Famous, and he trashes his country for the friendship of the Adolescent Despot!


How can anyone justify betraying their country, especially, The United States, just to share the company of a bloated, adolescent, insane by heritage, Despot, I could never possibly imagine.


It would be interesting to see Dennis Rodman criticizing Kim Jong Un while he is North Korea. I am not sure, but I would have to guess that “this freak of all freaks, Dennis Rodman, has an unquenchable thirst for attention.”


What an infraction it is to see someone waste this blessed life we have been endowed with in this mortal world, with such deplorable, internecine behavior….


China military says US destabilizing Asia-Pacific by boosting armed forces’ presence in region…

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on April 16, 2013 by sheriffali

China is full of Bull Shit! What North Korea is doing is solely because of the Chinese Government behind the scenes support for North Korea. What China says in Public is vastly different than what they do in private.


For those who can’t see, China’s economy has slowed down and their massive investments all over the world is causing them pain at home. China knows that North Korea can’t be that stupid to start a War with America, but the North Koreans posturing helps to keep the attention away from what is really important to China – “their economy.”

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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 4, 2013 by sheriffali

Kim Jong-un will fight the US with

Ms. Piggy


Man is the only beast that runs faster when he has lost his way and Kim Jong-un proves that point. He has backed himself into a corner and the only way out for him is to commit military suicide on the North Korean People by attempting or attacking United States and its allies any where in the world, or fall on his Sword of Shame. I am betting he will fall on his Sword of Shame.


Kim Jong-un has something in common with Ms. Piggy. Look at the faces of Kim and Ms. Piggy and you just know, they love food and neither wants to die.


For years the North Korean people have been dying of starvation caused by famine and their country’s Leaders spending what little money they have on trying to develop Nuclear Weapons and maintaining an oversized Military for such a small, poor and desperate country.


I am convinced that if God had to do it all over again, he would create Eve first and use flesh from under her feet to create man, because that is where “man’s brain seem to be logged.”


But let us not forget that we have had two Ms. Piggies for eight years that got us into deep mere also; – unconscious George W. Bush and evil Dick Cheney!