A Spotlight Shines Through

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    Five days ago one of the good ones in the US Senate put the 2016 election in context. All of the other issues combined cannot, do not, override the necessity of making this election about sovereignty and nothing else:

    For the first time in a long time, this November will give Americans a clear choice on perhaps the most important issue facing our country and our civilization: whether we remain a nation-state that serves its own people, or whether we slide irrevocably toward a soulless globalism that treats humans as interchangeable widgets in the world market.

    In Donald Trump, we have a forceful advocate for America. Trump has said that our trade, immigration and foreign policies must be changed to protect the interests of American workers and our nation.

    Sen. Sessions: Election offers a simple choice
    Jeff Sessions 9:45 p.m. EDT May 12, 2016

    Sen. Sessions: Election offers a simple choice

    In recent years Senator Sessions, and others, warned the country about surrendering America’s independence to globalism, i.e. to a one government world. Since the early 1950s the media imposed a blackout on all opposition to the New World Order. I am certain the blackout was keeping a promise given to traitors by traitors.


    Last night Lou Dobbs interviewed John Bolton. I could not find the video or the transcript of the first, and most important, opposition to globalism I ever heard on television in all of the years I watched news shows. At long last a TV show got the truth to more Americans in five minutes than did all of the print articles and floor speeches in Congress ever achieved. For the first time in television’s long sorry history of war against the American people a spotlight lit up the media blackout. It is not farfetched to relate that spotlight to a WWII song. After all, Americans have been fighting the darkness since 1945:


    I have to believe that John Bolton and Lou Dobbs opened the door to more television reports opposing globalism as well as passing H.R. 75:


    NOTE: H.R. 75 was first introduced by then-Congressman Ron Paul in 1997 as H.R. 1146. It was reintroduced in every Congress thereafter. It never got out of committee with Democrat or REPUBLICAN majorities —— not even when Republicans controlled Congress and the White House under Bush the Younger.

    Those who read my messages heard me say that I would not vote for Donald Trump. I still do not trust him on a lot of issues. In light of an opportunity to pass H.R. 75, I have to vote for Trump. No other issue, or combination of issues, could change my mind. In fact, I said I was for then-presidential candidate Ron Paul because of H.R. 1146 and nothing else.

    Finally, I always had faith in Senator Jeff Sessions; nevertheless, I had serious doubts about where Trump stood on continued membership in the United Nations. Last night John Bolton and Lou Dobbs convinced me that President Trump is on the right side of the issue and history. I now believe that President Trump —— and a Republican Congress spliced together by Tea Party conservatives behind H.R. 75 —— will get it done. It is a dead certainty that neither Hillary Clinton, nor any Democrat, will place America’s sovereignty above the United Nations and everything they have planned for their fellow “Americans.”

    Just to be on the safe, Tea Party conservatives must continue to work at giving the Republicans super majorities in both Houses irrespective of what they think about Donald Trump.

    p.s. Trump cannot do better than Vice President Jeff Sessions.
     
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    Ever notice that EVERY ELECTION is THE MOST IMPORTANT ELECTION OF OUR LIFETIME!!!!!....? Or that EVERY ELECTION is the last chance to save out country from sure collapse if your candidate isn't elected? Back off on the hysterics. This election is important, but not HAIR ON FIRE important. We will survive no matter who wins.
     
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    To BULLDOG: Withdrawing from the United Nations makes this election the most important election ever. No previous election ever defined life or death ideologies so clearly. No other issue, or probable candidates, in past elections ever came close to saving, or abolishing, everything that made this country great. Winning or losing the Vietnam War, and now the war against Islam, could not destroy this country as effectively as does continued membership in the United Nations. In Short: An issue too long avoided is more important than the candidates. It just happens that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are the presumptive nominees.

    Incidentally, once the issue gets the coverage long denied by the MSM, a majority of Americans will join with a small number of Tea Party conservatives in the only fight against the wealthy, influential, powerful forces of the United Nations.

    NOTE: Taqiyya the Liar inadvertently created the Tea Party in 2009. After 7 years of his foreign policy disasters, defeat in war, and United Nations refugees, withdrawing from the United Nations is now the lynchpin for a movement still in its infancy.

    To BULLDOG: That’s the point. Americans will not survive as a free people if the United Nations crowd wins another election.

    Your attempt to trivialize the issue in order to salvage Hillary Clinton’s campaign also defends the United Nations whether or not you know it.


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    In Donald Trump you have a con man, liar, and someone who has no business being president.
     
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    And in C C Jones you have an idiot so whats your point? Its going to be Trump and it might be Bernie. Oregon and Kentucky are looking bad VERY BAD for Hillary. And Trump CAN beat either.
     
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    Yep, You're nuts.
     
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    I did find this video:

    Dobbs on what’s at stake in the November election

    Dobbs did not connect the United Nations and globalism in his observation. Indeed, he never mentioned the United Nations. No surprise there. Talking heads are not permitted to connect the UN and its assault America’s sovereignty. No matter. If Trump follows through on sovereignty —— passing H.R. 75 must follow.
    Bottom line: Take a deep breath and forget all of the other issues. Forget about voting for Trump simply to beat Hillary Clinton. Voting for the Republican to beat the Democrat is a worn out scam at best. Tea Party conservatives have no choice but to vote for Trump trusting him to make sovereignty his governing philosophy. In every election in my adult lifetime the wannabes, including Democrats, had the patriotism rhetoric down pat, while not a one of them ever included sovereignty until Trump staked his claim.

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    Just to be clear on this. Had Trump not staked a claim on sovereignty, I would not go near him if I was wearing a Hazmat suit:

    Most of all conservatives should not fall for this one:


    Donald Trump hasn't only beaten the Republican establishment, he's also thrashed Washington's conservative establishment.​

    With Trump atop GOP, conservatives could lose influence on Capitol Hill
    By David M. Drucker
    5/17/16 12:01 AM

    With Trump atop GOP, conservatives could lose influence on Capitol Hill

    Washington's so-called conservative establishment can easily be brushed aside by enough true conservatives in both Houses of Congress.
     
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    If Donald Trump puts Americans first as he promised, I suggest he starts with UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC REFUGEES:

    Nearly everyone who discussed the Utica program in the Syracuse.com comments was appalled that the president seems to be prioritizing illegal immigrants over U.S. citizens for summer jobs in their region.

    “Most divisive president ever adds to the legacy,” Dawn Of A New Day posted.

    “This is absurd!” greats wrote. “Yes people, vote for Hillary. She wants this too. To heck with American youth. Let’s employ refugees who can’t even speak English! Go Trump! Stand up for America!”

    “So legal Americans are not worthy of summer jobs?” RockwellSprings questioned. “Can’t wait for November.”

    “What about OUR kids?” bastracker wrote. “I am thoroughly disgusted.”​

    Obama spending millions to find summer jobs — for refugees
    May 17, 2016
    By Victor Skinner

    Obama spending millions to find summer jobs - for refugees - The American Mirror

    Incidentally, now that Trump introduced sovereignty in his campaign his Wall put the United Nations in play on the immigration issue. I do not see how Hillary Clinton can justify her party’s policy of open-borders regardless of what she imagines in a hypothetical debate:

    Hillary Clinton Mocks Donald Trump, Imagines Debating Him: "I Am Really Looking Forward To That"

    Clinton Mocks Donald Trump, Imagines Debating Him: "I Am Really Looking Forward To That"

    Here is my hypothetical debate scenario:

    Trump softens up Hillary Clinton with the diseases carried by illegal aliens that already killed American children. That tragedy came about because the Democrat party gave the United Nations control over our borders.

    Regardless of how she spins her response, Trump delivers the knockout punch with this topic: Where did the United Nations get the authority to dictate America’s immigration policies?

    Hillary will no doubt respond with United Nations talking points:


    United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    When she spins out of control Trump has her.

    When did the United Nations get the authority to transform war torn refugees into economic refugees —— send them to the United States and force Americans to support them? And will economic refugees ever be sent back to their homelands after the civil war in Syria is over?

    Finally, Trump mercifully finishes her off with the coup de grâce.

    When did the United Nations get the authority to send diseased refugees into American communities?


    22 Percent of Resettled Refugees in Minnesota Test Positive for Tuberculosis
    by Michael Patrick Leahy
    17 May 2016

    22 Percent of Resettled Refugees in Minnesota Test Positive for Tuberculosis - Breitbart
     
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    Wow! Something I never thought possible knocked me for a loop:

    May 22, 2016
    Abolish the Department of Justice
    By Bruce Walker

    Articles: Abolish the Department of Justice

    In the sixteen years I posted on message boards, I called for repealing the XVI and XVII Amendments. I posted hundreds and hundreds of messages calling for withdrawing from the United Nations. I called for abolishing bureaucracies like the Department of Education, the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Federal Communications Commission. I pleaded to stop funding the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (PBS and NPR).

    Now that the DoJ is in play, Donald Trump’s commitment to sovereignty might consider the addition to my revised list of priorities:

    1. Repeal the XVI Amendment.

    2. Repeal the XVII Amendment.

    3. Withdraw from the United Nations (H. R. 75).

    4. Abolish the Department of Justice.
     
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    I have a sinking feeling that Lou Dobbs is trying to put the genie back in the bottle. I searched for the original segment but have not found it to date. This is not the first time commentary of importance was blocked from the Internet. On top of the blackout, unless I missed it Donald Trump dropped the word sovereignty from his repertoire. I will hang tough with my analysis for a while:
    NOTE: The words sovereignty and globalism put teeth in the usual rhetoric on a whole range of issues. Issues like open-borders, outsourcing jobs and entire industries, relationships with allies, how and why America uses the military, our Supreme Court, and centuries of freedom of navigation for openers. Nothing involving our sovereignty is anybody’s business except ours. Everything stemming from defending our sovereignty above everything else disputes everything about globalism as it is praised by Democrats, the New World Order crowd and their media puppets. Also note how the United Nations’ claim to ownership of the world’s oceans had more to do with non-existent International Law than it did with environmental horseshit:

    Freedom of navigation (FON), is a principle of customary international law that, apart from the exceptions provided for in international law, ships flying the flag of any sovereign state shall not suffer interference from other states.[1] This right is now also codified as article 87(1)a of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. However, not all UN member states have ratified the convention; notably, the United States has signed, but not ratified the convention.

    Freedom of navigation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     

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