A Must See on Refugee “Ban” by Paul Joseph Watson!

Posted in ONLINE DEBATE on January 30, 2017 by drjgelb

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A Must See on Refugee “Ban” by Paul Joseph Watson!

Posted in ONLINE DEBATE, U.S. POLITICS with tags , , , , , , on January 30, 2017 by drjgelb

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Tucker Carlson & Glenn Greenwald in a Startling Exchange!

Posted in U.S. POLITICS with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 27, 2017 by drjgelb

 

 

 

I’m reposting this interview because it deals with an incredibly important topic that several Presidents have expressed serious concerns about, often in hushed tones via warnings slipped into speeches. The topic is the power of the “deep state”, the Intelligence Agencies that are based in Washington, are unelected and who outlast President after President. These agencies, e.g. CIA, have developed their own agendas, their own view of who America’s enemies are and that view does not always coincide with that of the Government.

What Glenn Greenwald is saying here is that the CIA has worked very hard against Donald Trump because he is a threat to their big picture agenda…..taking down Putin & Russia and ridding Syria of Assad. The CIA backed Hillary to the hilt and lost only because she was such a terrible candidate & Trump was a far better candidate than they gave him credit for.

It’s certainly NOT the first time that the CIA has fucked up but we can all be glad they did. This time, they were not able to assassinate a President but we’ll probably never know whether or not they tried, because they use multiple proxies to do their really filthy work, to the point that an assassin may never know that the CIA is actually their ultimate boss. This is NOT conspiracy theory. Eisenhower used the occasion of his farewell speech, changing it at the last minute from a speech to Congress to one to the American people and warned of dark forces of the “Military Industrial Complex” that he felt were becoming too powerful, almost more powerful than the elected government, he said. He warned Americans to be vigilant against the potential for totalitarianism at the hands of these shadowy forces.

JFK was less restrained about his warnings, telling Americans that there exists a global group of powerful people ready, willing and able to subvert democracy and run things as they see fit. He knew that what he said was extremely dangerous. He spoke of the CIA partnering the New York Mafia to prosecute their agenda and to remove any opposition. Bill Bonano, son of Mafia Boss Joseph Bonano, writes in his book without flinching that the Mafia was tasked with the assassination of JFK & he even names the Mafioso who was given the responsibility to see that the hit was carried out. In his book, Bonano recounts information that appears genuine according to some investigators who have labelled official accounts of JFK’s assassination & the subsequent investigations, as phoney.

I am certain that Trump knows all this all too well and that is why he called out John Brennan, CIA Director, for leaking the disgusting dossier about Russian Hotels, prostitutes and Golden Showers! Brennan’s weak denials would have been amusing were it not part of such serious sedition. Luckily for Trump, the FBI and Comey in particular, also knew what was afoot & they supported Trump and the American People and opposed Hillary & the CIA. Comey was stymied from indicting Hillary despite her obvious guilt, by the DOJ, especially once Bill Clinton visited Loretta Lynch on her plane and told her what would happen to her and her family if Hillary was indicted.

Lynch’s life was at risk and Comey realised it. He told us all at his news conference that Hillary was as guilty as sin and then said she would not be indicted. Everyone was shocked…….until they worked out that Comey was between a rock and a very hard place. So who worked it out very quickly? Judge Andrew Napolitano knew immediately, as did Rudy Guiliani, both of whom had vast experience with the Intelligence Agencies & the Mafia. They also knew what Bill Clinton had likely said to Loretta Lynch and knew that the situation America faced was dire.

Thankfully, they both recognised the extreme risk faced by Trump. I have no idea how much they told him Vs just ensuring his safety but whichever it was, they & the Secret Service got him to the Oval Office, got rid of Brennan, put Hillary firmly on the sidelines with orders not to be disruptive and retained Comey for being the patriot that he turned out to be. One day, the full truth may out but as an avid observer of everything televised and perhaps because of my psychiatric training, I saw facial expressions & body language that spoke of the high drama in the run up to the election and I saw real uncertainty & fear about the outcome.

Finally, I observed enormous relief on some Team Trump faces as they realised that the worst was over. Trump’s friends love him dearly because, contrary to the Left’s character assassination, they know that he is a Kind, Generous & Decent man who loves his family & America…..that’s why they have been his friends for over 30yrs. Judge Pirro is one of them too. They all knew that he wouldn’t ever stop running just because it was dangerous, so they went all out to stay close to him.

I say Bravo to these long standing friends and to the super loyal newer circle of loyal friends like KellyAnne Conway, Corey Lewandowski,  Reince Priebus and a few others, who really stepped up to do whatever they had to do to help. Overall, as Glenn Greenwood confirms in this amazing video, I’d say that America, you dodged a bullet or a hail of them over the last 12months! Best Wishes to Donald Trump, the President America desperately needs right now!!

How To Be An Adult -By Oreoluwa Fakorede

Posted in PERSONAL with tags , , , , , , on January 17, 2017 by drjgelb

Repost From Medium – not authored by me

By Oreoluwa Fakorede    Jan 6 2017

Source:   https://medium.com/personal-growth/how-to-be-an-adult-af42cbd31808#.nc4z3eqwe

Well done Oreoluwa Fakorede – great list!

1. Don’t be an idiot, generally.

2. If you’re going to drive, don’t drink. See 1 above.

3. When you’re driving, leave your phone alone. Snapchat can wait.

4. And leave it alone when you’re with people, the kind you can reach out and touch.

5. Ask for help when you need it. Don’t struggle alone.

6. Don’t expect too much from people and don’t blame anyone for the way your life turned out. Take responsibility.

7. Face your past, make peace with it and move along.

8. Read, please.

9. Be that person who knows a little about a lot and a lot about one thing at least.

10. Stop talking about other people so much. Maybe stop talking so much, generally.

11. Save, a little at a time. It’s called discipline and discipline is essential for living a grown-up life.

12. You know the guy who buys everyone drinks at the bar on pay day? Don’t be him. He’s the poster boy for idiocy.

13. I’ll reinforce that point: Rich people don’t need to buy strangers a round of drinks to prove anything. It proves nothing.

14. Don’t crash weddings. It’s beneath you. Shut up already about the gastronomic value of small chops. Don’t let your appetite embarrass you.

15. When you’re actually invited (as in you have an actual invite), attend the marriage ceremony itself and skip the reception. The first is beautiful, the second usually taints the awe of the first: hunger and alcohol bring out the worst in people.

16. Speaking of marriage, you know the people who got married because “We were pressured?” Don’t be those people.

17. Be on time every time. Try.

18. Put more effort into listening.

19. Be friends with people who exist off the internet.

20. Don’t beg for sex. I know you’re thirsty, it’ll pass.

21. Know your alcohol limit: the point after which you can no longer trust yourself to look out for yourself.

22. Respect yourself enough to be respected by other people. It might sound corny, but respect really does breed respect.

23. Learn to cook. It’s a basic survival skill. Secondarily, it makes you look good when you can do it well.

24. If you’re upset, say you are and let it go. Don’t bottle it in. Grudges are poisonous.

25. Commit to something. Could be a faith or a regular salon appointment. Commit.

26. When you can help, help. There’s nothing quite like the feeling you get from making someone else’s life better.

27. Take yourself out often.

28. Tell yourself the truth. That’s the most basic form of self-love.

29. And tell everyone else the truth. Open your mouth, let it out, shut your mouth. It’s not always that easy but it’s what’s best for everyone.

30. Accept your humanity and stop chasing perfection. The roses come with thorns.

31. Don’t drag anyone into your personal drama. It’s not fair.

32. Don’t lead people on. It’s okay not to know what you want, just don’t act like you do.

RECKLESS AND INDEFENSIBLE

Posted in ONLINE DEBATE, U.S. POLITICS with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 3, 2017 by drjgelb

Betrayal Backlash: Obama, Kerry Slammed and Schooled on Israel By Top Senate Democrat – by Guy Benson

30th December 2016

It’s not just conservatives who are furious with the Obama administration’s shameful betrayal of Israel at the United Nations shortly before Christmas — a number of leading Democrats are criticizing the move, which lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say further undermines both Israel’s security, as well as America’s bipartisan pro-Israel consensus. In his long-winded and unproductive speech this week, outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry spent an inordinate amount of time fixating on the issue of Israeli settlements, going out of his way to lambaste the “right-wing” government that Israeli voters have elected:

“The Israeli prime minister publicly supports a two-state solution, but his current coalition is the most right wing in Israeli history, with an agenda driven by the most extreme elements,” Kerry said. “The result is that policies of this government, which the prime minister himself just described as more committed to settlements than any in Israel’s history, are leading in the opposite direction. They’re leading towards one state.” Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Kerry pointedly noted, opposes a two-state solution, as do other members of the governing coalition.

Many Israelis see the two-state solution as an unrealistic pipe dream so long as Palestinians doggedly refuse to even recognize Israel as a Jewish state at all, with less than a quarter of Palestinians polled in favor of an outcome in which Israel has the right to exist as a Jewish nation.  Indeed, Kerry had barely finished speaking when a Palestinian official reiterated his side’s opposition to Israel’s existence, saying that the Secretary of State’s words changed nothing.  Those stark realities notwithstanding, Kerry invoked the word “settlements” more than 40 times during his address, while mentioning “Hamas” just four times. A few thoughts:

(1) It’s difficult to overstate the backwardness of a worldview that obsesses over Israel’s settlements — including housing developments within the Jewish Quarter of its own capital city — while paying relatively scant attention to the Palestinians’ anti-peace extremism. They will not recognize Israel as a legitimate Jewish state. They will not foreswear violence. They will not stop teaching their children to hate Israel and glorify the killing of Jews. They will not stop calling for the destruction of the state of Israel. These are the true, intransigent, violent barriers to peace, not Israeli settlements. These truths should be very obvious — and they have been to US policymakers for decades. That’s why the United States has always held the United Nations’ virulently anti-Israel jackals at bay in Security Council proceedings. Until this administration’s disgraceful abstention and alleged whipping of anti-Israel votes among other members last week, that is.

(2) Perhaps voters in Israel elected a harder-line government (in spite of, or perhaps because of, accusations of Obama administration meddling against Benjamin Netanyahu, whom Obama reportedly loathes) due to a prevailing suspicion that the Obama White House does not have Israel’s back. Obama has a long history of pandering to Israel’s adversaries, then brokered a disastrous nuclear deal with Iran, which Israel’s leaders understandably view as an existential threat to their people. Is it any wonder that faced with these global headwinds and historically-hostile American posture, Israeli voters would err on the side of electing a muscular government that prioritizes the safety and security of its citizens? The Obama administration has actively helped to isolate Israel on the world stage, and Israelis doesn’t trust American leadership right now. Kerry’s bemoaning of their electoral decisions is therefore ironic; Obama’s actions empowered the so-called “hardliners.”

(3) Crucially, there is a very relevant (and fairly recent) history lesson here that is evidently lost on Obama and Kerry’s “Smart Power” set.  It lays bear the foolishness and myopia of the ‘settlements’ tunnel vision. We’ve seen this movie before, and some of us remember how it played out — including incoming Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. It’s astonishing that this even needs to be said, but it does:

Israel’s government unilaterally uprooted all settlements in Gaza back in 2005, forcibly removing thousands of its citizens from their homes in pursuit of peace. After the Israelis fully withdrew, the Palestinians in Gaza burned all Israeli remnants (including valuable resources) to the ground, then elected Hamas terrorists as their “government,” which has fired thousands of rockets at Israeli civilians and constructed terror tunnels.
Settlements are not blocking peace. The Palestinians are, because their leadership in Gaza and the West Bank — who have joined together on a number of occaions to form pro-terror unity governments — do not want peace.  Which is why the Obama administration’s decision to make Israel’s life even harder by validating Palestinian narratives among the international community is so reckless and indefensible.

“What Pisses Me Off About The Berlin Christmas Market Terrorist Attack” – Stefan Molyneux – 19th December 2016 – MUST SEE!

Posted in ONLINE DEBATE with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 22, 2016 by drjgelb

TRUMP DELIBERATELY MISQUOTED BY DEMOCRATS!

Posted in U.S. POLITICS with tags , , , , , , on December 19, 2016 by drjgelb

It’s a Myth that Trump Called for the Russians to Hack anyone! It all Started with Katy Tur!

Obama repeats media creation that president-elect called on foreign government to hack Clinton!

It has become an unshakable article of faith on the Left that President-Elect Donald Trump asked Russia to hack computer systems in order to defeat his Democrat opponent Hillary Clinton. Of course Russia hacks, the People’s Republic of China hacks, North Korea hacks, and every country that gathers intelligence hacks, with varying degrees of efficiency.

At what was billed as President Obama’s final press conference Friday, the outgoing president said he was confirming Russia tried to interfere in the Nov. 8 election.

“This happened at the highest levels of the Russian government,” Obama said. But there has never been any evidence that Trump called upon Russia to hack anybody. It simply never happened. And this is not an arguable point. It is not a close call. Yet eyewitnesses say they saw and heard something that didn’t actually take place.

“I personally saw President-Elect Trump say, go ahead and hack Hillary Clinton,” liberal pundit Juan Williams said Thursday on “The Five” on Fox News Channel. Williams seemed to be referring to a July 27 press conference in Doral, Florida, at which the mainstream media hallucinated then-Republican candidate Trump was inviting Russian President Vladimir Putin to use cyberterrorism to help him win the White House.

On Wednesday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in a matter-of-fact tone that Trump asked Russia to use cyber warfare against Clinton. “There’s ample evidence that was known long before the election and in most cases long before October about the Trump campaign and Russia — everything from the Republican nominee himself calling on Russia to hack his opponent,” Earnest said. “It might be an indication that he was obviously aware and concluded, based on whatever facts or sources he had available to him, that Russia was involved and their involvement was having a negative impact on his opponent’s campaign.” “That’s why he was encouraging them to keep doing it,” Earnest said.

Where did these people come up with a dangerous, provable falsehood that is undermining both the American electoral system and the incoming administration?

Take a look at the video footage of Trump’s July 27 press conference!

At the press conference, Trump, half-jokingly, urged the Russians to hand over those supposedly personal emails from Hillary’s accounts that had disappeared into the ether. “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Trump said.

He added sarcastically: “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”

Remember that Clinton admitted to grabbing some 66,000 emails and then returning about half of them which she claimed didn’t touch upon personal matters. She said those personal emails were deleted.

A few minutes later in the press conference, NBC reporter Katy Tur shouted a loaded question at Trump to introduce into the mainstream media ecosystem the Big Lie that Trump had personally invited Russia to interfere in U.S. elections.

“Do you have any qualms about asking a foreign government — Russia, China, anybody — to interfere, to hack into the system of anybody in this country?”

Trump was understandably dismissive of Tur’s question without specifically denying the premise underlying it — which was the false assertion that Trump asked a foreign government to engage in hacking. Tur restated her question replacing the word “qualms” with “pause.”

“Hey, you know what gives me more pause, that a person in our government, crooked Hillary Clinton — here’s what gives me more pause,” Trump said.

He continued:

“Be quiet, I know you want to, you know, save her. That a person in our government, Katy, would delete or get rid of 33,000 emails. That gives me a big problem. After she gets a subpoena. She gets subpoenaed, and she gets rid of 33,000 emails. That gives me a problem. Now, if Russia or China or any other country has those emails, I mean to be honest with you, I’d love to see them.” Trump reinforced his point on Twitter a few minutes later. He tweeted: “If Russia or any other country or person has Hillary Clinton’s 33,000 illegally deleted e-mails, perhaps they should share them with the FBI!”

In the meantime, The New York Times wrote on July 27: “Donald J. Trump said on Wednesday that he hoped Russian intelligence services had successfully hacked Hillary Clinton’s email, and encouraged them to publish whatever they may have stolen, essentially urging a foreign adversary to conduct cyberespionage against a former secretary of state.”

The New York Times and CNN then vigorously promoted the lie. And so Katy Tur’s strategically placed Big Lie was carved into the Left’s narrative and repeated so many times that the mainstream media now treats it as indisputably true. It is now regurgitated almost continuously by journalists, editorial writers, Democrats, Republicans, left-wingers, and even some conservatives who don’t know any better.

So-called liberals and progressives use the power of narrative — of telling a story — in order to alter the public’s perception of reality. They take real facts and then they distort them or put a plausible spin on them until the truth is massaged to serve their interests.

In other words, they lie. Yet not everyone who swears up and down that Trump asked Vladimir Putin to interfere in the recent U.S. elections is lying.

Lying requires dishonest intentions. A sincerely held belief cannot be a lie.

But it’s important to remember that this ugly lie began with one person and her name is Katy Tur.

Matthew Vadum is senior vice president at Capital Research Center, an investigative think tank in Washington, D.C.

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