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  1. He knocked that smug like tramp out of the park with his answers to her stupid Russian collusion narrative!!!
  2. Canada's prime minister needs to let go of the globalists shirt tails and think for himself and the benefit of his country and its citizens who have had enough of the lefty loons dictating what we can and cannot think or say!!!
  3. You do realize Comey is a liar, right? Hitlery had "no intent", therefore we couldn't prosecute? And giving everybody involved immunity from prosecution ??? Who was left to prosecute if you gave everyone a free pass? And go ahead and destroy your laptops and computers - we don't really need to look at them despite a crystal clear case of treason and influence-peddling ... That James Comey?
  4. Science?? Who's science - Bill Nye, the science guy? You've been presented with science but refuse to believe it because you've been brainwashed by your political-elite controlling class of murderers, robbers, liars and money-launderers.
  5. Since when did this old hag think she can start bullying other countries around!! ESPECIALLY ones that don't belong to Germany !! Time to put this witch out of politics now!!!
  6. " Some critics have accused the group - which has met every year since 1954 - of plotting to impose a one-world government. " DUH IF not, what are they are meeting for? And I quote ... Activities and goals The group's original goal of promoting Atlanticism, of strengthening U.S.–European relations and preventing another world war has grown; the Bilderberg Group's theme is to "bolster a consensus around free market Western capitalism and its interests around the globe" according to Andrew Kakabadse.[2]In 2001, Denis Healey, a Bilderberg group founder and a steering committee member for 30 years, said, "To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair. Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn't go on forever fighting one another for nothing and killing people and rendering millions homeless. So we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing."[7] According to the web page of the group, the meetings are conducted under the Chatham House Rule, allowing the participants to use any information they gained during the meeting, but not to disclose the names of the speakers or any other participants. According to former chairman Étienne Davignon in 2011, a major attraction of Bilderberg group meetings is that they provide an opportunity for participants to speak and debate candidly and to find out what major figures really think, without the risk of off-the-cuff comments becoming fodder for controversy in the media.[8] A 2008 press release from the "American Friends of Bilderberg" stated that "Bilderberg's only activity is its annual Conference and that at the meetings, no resolutions were proposed, no votes taken, and no policy statements issued."[9] However, in November 2009, the group hosted a dinner meeting at the Château of Val-Duchesse in Brussels outside its annual conference to promote the candidacy of Herman Van Rompuy for President of the European Council.[10]
  7. He was under oath when he lied about not finding Hitlery guilty because she didn't 'intend' to commit a wrong doing. Excuse me? Why should this be any different.
  8. THE LORD MONCKTON FOUNDATION See our Charter and Vision (HERE). With your help, encouragement and input, we will bring many projects to fruition and together with you and others, we will make a positive difference in Education, Science, Public Policy and the Media. Our aim is to reverse the trend into a new Authoritarian Dark Age by establishing the Age of Enlightenment 2.0. We have only recently become a registered Charitable Institution to support the work of Lord Monckton in better educating the public on matters of great importance to our democratic traditions, science based civilisation and civil way of life. Introducing the global warming speedometer A single devastating graph shows official climate predictions were wild By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The new global warming speedometer shows in a single telling graph just how badly the model-based predictions made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have over-predicted global warming. The speedometer for the 15 years 4 months January 2001 to April 2016 shows the [1.1, 4.2] C°/century-equivalent interval of global warming rates (red/orange) that IPCC’s 1990, 1995 and 2001 reports predicted should be occurring by now, compared with real-world, observed warming (green) equivalent to less than 0.5 C°/century over the period. Observed reality RSS and UAH monthly near-global satellite lower-troposphere temperature anomaly values for each month from January 2001 to April 2016 were assumed to be broadly accurate and were averaged. The least-squares linear-regression trend on their mean was determined and found equivalent to 0.47 C°/century. Predictions in IPCC’s Assessment Reports IPCC (2007, 2013) are too recent to allow reliable comparison of their predictions against reality. IPCC (2001), on page 8, predicted that in the 36 years 1990-2025 the world would warm by 0.75 [0.4, 1.1] C°, equivalent to 2.1 [1.1, 3.1] C°/century. This predicted interval is 4.5 [2.3, 6.6] times observed warming since January 2001. IPCC (1995), at fig. 6.13, assuming the subsequently-observed 0.5%-per-year increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration, predicted a medium-term warming rate a little below 0.4 C° over 21 years, equivalent to 1.8 C°/century, or 3.8 times observed warming since January 2001. IPCC (1990), at page xxiv, predicted near-linear global warming of 1.0 [0.7, 1.5] C° over the 36 years to 2025, a rate equivalent to 2.8 [1.9, 4.2] C°/century. This predicted interval is 6.0 [4.0, 8.9] times observed warming since January 2001. Conclusion Fifteen years is long enough to verify the predictions from IPCC’s first three Assessment Reports against real-world temperature change measured by the most sophisticated method available – satellites. The visible discrepancy between wild predictions and harmless reality since January 2001 demonstrates that the major climate models on which governments have relied in setting their mitigation policies are unfit for their purpose. Removing the exaggerations inbuilt into the models eradicates the supposed climate problem. The real-world evidence shows that global warming mitigation policies are based on predictions now exposed as having been flagrantly and baselessly exaggerated. All global-warming mitigation policies should be forthwith abandoned and their heavy cost returned at once to taxpayers by way of cuts in energy taxes and charges. Industries such as coal mining and generation should be fully compensated for the needless loss and damage that ill-considered government policies inflicted on them. Subsidies for global warming research should be ended and IPCC dissolved.
  9. One doesn't need youtube to think for themselves ... Have you seen anyone from the bar where Seth Rich was on the night he was murdered interviewed? Any interviews from the doctors who treated him for his gunshot wound? Any video footage from the city with probably the most security cameras per square mile? NO? Me either - and if that doesn't make you think, then you need to wake up to the reality that there is some form of collusion, conspiracy to cover up, and outright deceit going on with this investigation and it seems to centre upon the corrupt DNC and the Clinton Crime Family!!!
  10. Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi would be very proud of this brain fart and her wonderful insightful reporting!!!
  11. Stop poisoning all the rivers, oceans, and air of the world - that might be a good start!!!
  12. Hannity isn't lying though ... think it through!! Why aren't the police investigating? Where are all the interviews with people at the bar? ... The security camera footage from his walk home? Interviews with the trauma team that treated him at the hospital? I'll bet it wouldn't shock you to know all the democrat connections along the way or the obstruction by Donna Brazille at the time, and others now wanting people to stop looking into what could have really happened.
  13. Why is it that you insist anyone who disbelieves the 'Russia hacked the election' bullshyte and every other made up Russian conspiracy put out by your favourite liberal politians and lieing media scum is a Putin lover? The fact that some would believe Putin over a traitor and war-mongerer like McCain doesn't mean they love Putin - just that they can't trust a word out of the mouth of the senator who's proven to be an operative of the deep state and about as trustworthy as a battleship made out of toilet paper!
  14. Seriously?? Where's his we have Hillarious when she was with the state dept. assertions? Or John Podesta and his Russian connections laundering money through the Clinton Foundation. Or Hillarious and the Chinese? Hillarious and the Saudis? Looks like someone's trying real hard to sell his book by drumming up publicity!!!
  15. Juncker needs to take his unelected EU and other Nazi scum back to hell where they belong.
  16. You mean the American Indian name Pocahontas? Because Warren is trying to make people think she's part Cree? Here's Everything You Need to Know About Elizabeth Warren’s Fake Native American Heritage AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley By: Aaron Bandler June 28, 2016 1892 801 10185 Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) fake Native American heritage is back in the spotlight after real estate mogul Donald Trump has used it as a bludgeon to counterpunch Warren's attacks on him. Here is everything you need know about Warren's fake heritage. The controversy began when The Boston Herald brought it up in the 2012 campaign. The Herald's report noted that the Harvard Crimson reported in 1998 that she was the university's only tenured minority as a "Native American." When the report first came out, Warren claimed she was unaware as to why she was listed as a Native American. Warren later spun it as claiming that there was "family lore" about her supposed Native American heritage. There were two main stories that she put forward about her Native American heritage: Her "Aunt Bea" supposedly talked about her "pappaw"'s "high cheekbones." There were family tensions due to her father's family's disapproval of her mother's part-Cherokee and Delaware blood. However, Legal Insurrection's William Jacobson dug into Warren's stories and found no evidence to substantiate them. In the case of Aunt Bea, Cherokee genealogist Twila Barnes unearthed Bea's death certificate and discovered that she was listed as "White" instead of "American Indian" by none other than Warren. As for the family tensions: Warren’s parents were married in 1932 in a church not far from their home town by a respected and prominent pastor, who was unlikely to have performed ceremonies for runaways seeking to elope. The witness on the marriage certificate was a family friend of Warren’s mother, not some stranger rounded up by the pastor at the last minute for an unexpected elopement. The young couple then immediately returned home where their marriage was announced in the local paper in a celebratory fashion, with extensive descriptions of the prominence of the two families in the local business community. Perhaps most important, the announcement mentions that the marriage was a surprise to many of the young couple’s friends, but said nothing about it being a surprise to family. Additionally, Warren's mother attended her in-law's 25th wedding anniversary four years after she married Warren's father, and none of Warren's family members were able to confirm her story. The available evidence does not appear to lend any credence to Warren's "family lore." There isn't a scintilla of Native American blood in Warren. The Atlantic committed a random act of journalism in 2012 and found that Warren is not eligible to be listed as a member of a Cherokee tribe: Fractional Native American ancestry is quite hard to prove to the standards of the U.S. government, which in many ways acts as the ultimate "birther" in this regard. Percentage of ancestry or "blood quantum" -- the creepy and antique-sounding term used by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, which certifies it for two of the three Cherokee tribes -- is recognized by the Bureau based on original documents (such as birth certificates, Census records, and death certificates) through something called a Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood, or CDIB. Warren would need to be certified by the Bureau of Indian Affairs as at least 1/16 Eastern Cherokee on a CDIB to be eligible to join the Eastern Cherokee. The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee has an even stricter enrollment cut-off: "a minimum blood quantum requirement of one quarter (1/4) degree Keetoowah Cherokee blood" documented via a CDIB plus a direct descent from someone on the Dawes Rolls. Tribal citizenship standards are set by the tribes themselves, and not the U.S. government. Warren has only claimed to be 1/32 Native American–which has been debunked–and even if she actually was, Warren does not have any ancestors listed on Cherokee tribe rolls that are necessary to become an official member of Cherokee Nation. Warren's supporters once claimed that a marriage certificate showing that Warren's great-great-great grandmother listed as a Cherokee vindicated Warren. However, evidence suggests that this document may not exist. Warren didn't claim to be a Native American until her 30s and may have only listed it to score a job. At that point, she was listed under the minority section of a law teachers for-hire directory. Harvard later promoted her Native American heritage. Warren has claimed that she only listed herself as Native American in order to have lunch with others like her, but there would have been no way for them to have known that she was Native American since she was only listed as a minority, not specifically as a Native American, in the directory. "Did Warren get the Harvard Law job because she claimed to be Native American?" writes Jacobson. "We don’t know, neither she nor Harvard Law have released her hiring file. But that’s not really the pertinent question. What we do know is that she tried to benefit from the claim, so at minimum there was an attempt to exploit that false claim." Warren isn't even listed as a Native American in the Senate. She has also rebuffed requests to meet with Cherokee women and has never taken the time to join a tribe or help out the Cherokee community. Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) has jokingly suggested that Warren could stop the controversy by taking a DNA test. But she likely won't, since all the evidence indicates she is deserving of the nickname "Fauxcahontas."
  17. Like the $2 billion they found missing from the State Department just before Hitlery left that position? That was why Obummer appointed Comey head of the FBI, if anyone can cover Hitlery's ass, it's Comey!!!
  18. Funny - she didn't take responsibility for ousting Bernie from the Democratic race through collusion, deceit and crookedness, nor did she mention Obama and Homeland Security rigging five states to give her all those extra votes, the scheme to allow illegals in California to vote - remember Obama's famous plea that it's not illegal for an illegal to vote so go vote!! And that doesn't even count all those empty election return boxes which had more votes for her than they had actual ballots in the boxes in Michigan.
  19. Constitutionally? Have you seen the way your past liberal governments have stomped all over your constitutional rights? Were you not paying attention when Bush brought down the twin towers to take away your freedoms and rights and grant the authority to monitor your every move? What happens after the liberals allow millions and millions more unvetted muslims into your United States ... and they start taking over neighbourhood after neighbourhood displacing Americans from their homes because the government needs the space for these poor souls?
  20. There are many examples on the site
  21. Does that mean you support Christians forsaking their religious freedoms to allow the explosive growth of jihadist mosques and anti-American sentiment nation-wide? It's called assimilation - if you are coming to North America for a better life - than by all means study American / Canadian values and try and follow along - but if you're coming to North America to take it over and put your 'religion of peace' as the dominant religion of the land and sharia law as the law of the land then stay home!!! - you're not welcome!!!
  22. Not so much where the couch has been - more so what types of info disseminations have occurred on it ...
  23. Perhaps you should take off your blinders and actually read some of those posts - instead of just dismissing everyone's opinion that you deem unworthy because they talk kindly or have a sense of hopefulness toward 'your' President and his agenda.
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