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2 hours ago, Floridian said:

 

Really?  Tell me where to look, please.  Is there a special section where it's posted?

It would be fabulous if Trump got in by midterm.  A dream come true!

 

So many places.  Go look at the last few posts that I made.  Watch Elijah Streams on Rumble.  Go to the link I posted with the interview with Patel Patriot (real name Jon, Trump knows personally).  Listen to the X22 Report on Rumble.   Follow Hank Kunneman, Robin Bullock, Johnny Enlow.  So many others who believe this.

 

Don't believe that it will be a smooth undertaking.  There will be a great shaking with probable violence and a blackout.  We will win.

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3 minutes ago, Shedagal said:

So many places.  Go look at the last few posts that I made.  Watch Elijah Streams on Rumble.  Go to the link I posted with the interview with Patel Patriot (real name Jon, Trump knows personally).  Listen to the X22 Report on Rumble.   Follow Hank Kunneman, Robin Bullock, Johnny Enlow.  So many others who believe this.

 

Thanks, Shedagal.  Appreciate it.  😊

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24 minutes ago, Shedagal said:

 Listen to the X22 Report on Rumble.  

 

 

X22 is legit. Listen with confidence.  Trust me on this one.  Comes from a very high up person.  My wife's best friend was at a wedding last weekend at His home...and personally asked Him. 

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iran set to join BRICS along with Germany, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, and the big one Iran!!! Iran within a month? the question will be about Iraq....will they be part of the new financial system or the old deep state Basil bullshite system!

 

East takes over!

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every 30 years there is a global reset last one in 1971 when we went of the gold standard, we are well past the used by date, they are trying to provoke a war with russia is the cover for reset of the financial system, NOT the fiat Cabal backed system but the new Gold backed, Asset backed system.

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https://www.fmprc.gov.cn/mfa_eng/wjbxw/202205/t20220519_10689484.html

 

Vice Foreign Minister Deng Li Holds Consultations of Deputy Foreign Ministers/Special Envoys of BRICS Countries on the Middle East Affairs

Iraq will join

 

Participants of the countries exchanged in-depth views and reached broad consensus on the overall situation in the Middle East region, the Middle East peace process, Syria, the Gulf, Iraq, Yemen, Libya and other hotspot issues

 

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7 hours ago, T B said:

well after all these years i hoped i could buy  mom and dad a new home , she passed away wed morning, 87 YEARS OLD ,she loved God so much, as a young boy of the sixties she always sang her songs she wrote as she worked in our old home, she was so happy,    she always told me and my 4 brothers and 3 sisters as we leave our house often ,   always be good to the good lord, and he will be good to you!  ill always LOVE AND remember mom,   GOD HAS YOU UNDER HIS ARMS AND I WILL ALWAYS HAVE YOU IN MY HEART !   pray for my dear old dad 88 years old  ,he weighs 102 pounds now , cant preach anymore, life is short and were only here for a little while, love to all !

Sad to hear of the loss of your mother..May She Rest In Peace.

I do hope that your Dad will be OK. 

God Bless you and your family. 

 

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9 hours ago, edbeach said:

Specialists confirm that the dollar exchange rate will remain for another three years, due to the existence of an agreement between the Iraqi government and the International Monetary Fund, related to financial policy and managing the issue of the dollar exchange rate in proportion to the volume of currency circulating in the market.  Looks like the IMF wants to keep the rate the same for the next 3 years.as someone said fasten your seatbelts.

If the IMF are going keep to Iraq in the Doldrums till 2025 - I will be long past thinking about or wanting an RV of the Dinar because I will be pushing up daisies. ..

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6 hours ago, Shedagal said:

 

We've been posting information for this happening.  Just gotta know where to look.

i dont follow that X22 report...I prefer to follow Q and Jim Willie etc...most peeps just repost from these guys.....people like x22 make a lot of money off other peoples intel plus he speaks way to long I just want the info, want to verfiy itm validate it and move on not 1 hour of bullshit....too many years in intel

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3 hours ago, HowieC said:

X22 is legit. Listen with confidence.  Trust me on this one.  Comes from a very high up person.  My wife's best friend was at a wedding last weekend at His home...and personally asked Him. 

May I ask what was It that he personally asked him?? It’s been awhile since I watched X22 but yes I did like listening to him also.

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On 7/1/2022 at 3:10 AM, new york kevin said:

Jcfrag, it's not our citizens doing it to ourselves, it's the American oligarchs, their main stream media propaganda machine selling it, and their puppet Joe "da fuhrer" biden legislating it. Their intensity will increase up to the mid terms and afterwards if the Republicans do not give the Democratic National Communists the shalacking that is being predicited.

I do believe that "American oligarchs", politicians,  and a vast majority of the lamestream media members (not just TV anchors) are considered US citizens, hence the "US Citizens are doing it to ourselves". In addition, it is the people (general population) that are doing the majority of the voting which is putting US Citizens into US Government offices (except in a some cases).

 

There is a long history since before the founding of the United States of people believing in one particular political ideology that has despised the Constitution and this country. Part of this history actually has to do with President George Washington refusing to become King (as those people believe it would be easier to control the masses and make laws through a monarchy than through a Constitutional Republic, citing the Roman Parliament as their main reason at the time of founding) and instead becoming an elected official who only held office for eight years. If you. do not know about the ongoing campaign, to this day, from within and from those who want to destroy what the Founding Fathers built up in the beginning of the United States, you need to read the history of the Federalist Papersand the articles that debated each of the Federalist Paper that was published in the newspaper (of which those Federalist papers describe and explain many things on how the United States Government was founded and run AND the papers make no mention of any particular religion having a part in the founding principles of the country rather they cite former empires like Rome and Greece, to name two, cultures having a larger role in their decisions of writing the US Constitution. Meaning the country was NOT derived from Judaic-Christian principles as many claim And if you want to debate this we can but read the Federalist Papers first.)   If you thought today's lamestream media is bad, you should read the politicized articles that accompanied the Federalist Papers and articles around each national election. What people don't see can and does hurt them. 

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9 hours ago, Dinarrock said:

May I ask what was It that he personally asked him?? It’s been awhile since I watched X22 but yes I did like listening to him also.

She personally asked Him if the report was true. He responded "Yes, It's legit"

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4 hours ago, Theseus said:

I do believe that "American oligarchs", politicians,  and a vast majority of the lamestream media members (not just TV anchors) are considered US citizens, hence the "US Citizens are doing it to ourselves". In addition, it is the people (general population) that are doing the majority of the voting which is putting US Citizens into US Government offices (except in a some cases).

 

There is a long history since before the founding of the United States of people believing in one particular political ideology that has despised the Constitution and this country. Part of this history actually has to do with President George Washington refusing to become King (as those people believe it would be easier to control the masses and make laws through a monarchy than through a Constitutional Republic, citing the Roman Parliament as their main reason at the time of founding) and instead becoming an elected official who only held office for eight years. If you. do not know about the ongoing campaign, to this day, from within and from those who want to destroy what the Founding Fathers built up in the beginning of the United States, you need to read the history of the Federalist Papersand the articles that debated each of the Federalist Paper that was published in the newspaper (of which those Federalist papers describe and explain many things on how the United States Government was founded and run AND the papers make no mention of any particular religion having a part in the founding principles of the country rather they cite former empires like Rome and Greece, to name two, cultures having a larger role in their decisions of writing the US Constitution. Meaning the country was NOT derived from Judaic-Christian principles as many claim And if you want to debate this we can but read the Federalist Papers first.)   If you thought today's lamestream media is bad, you should read the politicized articles that accompanied the Federalist Papers and articles around each national election. What people don't see can and does hurt them. 

I can agree with that. Except that the Constitutions final product is the thing. The Federalist Papers, and other similar written works by Franklin, Paine, or others, which greatly influenced the final US Constitution are first and influential chronologically.  I feel they have be used as interpretative documents, going down slippery slopes, that have led to things like Roe v Wade. Plus thousands of other poor Supreme Court deciisions. God, country, and the U.S. Constitution. I also agree that this can be debated forever. I agree with your well formulated statement.. 

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4 hours ago, new york kevin said:

I can agree with that. Except that the Constitutions final product is the thing. The Federalist Papers, and other similar written works by Franklin, Paine, or others, which greatly influenced the final US Constitution are first and influential chronologically.  I feel they have be used as interpretative documents, going down slippery slopes, that have led to things like Roe v Wade. Plus thousands of other poor Supreme Court deciisions. God, country, and the U.S. Constitution. I also agree that this can be debated forever. I agree with your well formulated statement.. 

First, the Federalist Papers were written by Alexander Hamilton, John Clay and James Madison, two of the three actually penned the US Constitution. So no, the Federalist Papers were not the influence for the Constitution as the Federalist Papers were written to explain the US Constitution  after the US Constitution was written and before it was ratified. Getting your timeline straight would be the first in understanding why the Federalist Papers were written. SCOTUS did NOT rule on abortion, they actually ruled on State's Rights to make and codify law for their state. The United States is made up of 50 unique and semi-sovereign states, that have borders, and a central government. Each state is tasked with creating those laws specific to their state about rights and laws not found within the US Constitution. And that is where so many miss on the recent SCOTUS ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. SCOTUS' decision had nothing to do with abortion at all rather it had to do with returning the right to make laws about things not found within the US constitution to the States. A topic well discussed in the Federalist Papers, penned by authors of the US Constitution. And yes the United States has already had a Civil War because of State's Rights. So this is a heavily contentious topic. 

 

Lately the push has been towards more Federal power than States' power. The recent ruling on Roe v. Wade was the returning of that power back to the states. Federal versus State has long been a contentious subject not just in the cases of Roe v. Wade or the institution of Slavery. Currently there is an ongoing power struggle happening that is not concerned with either of these two topics and that topic is whether or not the States have the authority to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. The position here is not the actual legalization of the drug for recreational use but the Constitutional position is whether or not the states have Constitutional authority to legalize marijuana for recreational use. It doesn't matter whether you are for or against the legalization, rather it has to do with State's Rights to govern and legislate and create associative laws regarding the use and legalization of marijuana.

 

Another recent example has to do with 0bummercare and the interstate commerce clause found within the Constitution. Both the States and the Federal Government have both regulated and created laws in the forming and regulation of insurance, nationally and for each individual state.

 

Now the Federalist Papers discusses this in depth in Federalist Paper No. 45 and I will quote a little here (Federalist PAper Number 45 was authored by Madison):

 

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We have seen, in all the examples of ancient and modern confederacies, the strongest tendency continually betraying itself in the members, to despoil the general government of its authorities, with a very ineffectual capacity in the latter to defend itself against the encroachments. Although, in most of these examples, the system has been so dissimilar from that under consideration as greatly to weaken any inference concerning the latter from the fate of the former, yet, as the States will retain, under the proposed Constitution, a very extensive portion of active sovereignty, the inference ought not to be wholly disregarded. In the Achaean league it is probable that the federal head had a degree and species of power, which gave it a considerable likeness to the government framed by the convention. The Lycian Confederacy, as far as its principles and form are transmitted, must have borne a still greater analogy to it. Yet history does not inform us that either of them ever degenerated, or tended to degenerate, into one consolidated government. On the contrary, we know that the ruin of one of them proceeded from the incapacity of the federal authority to prevent the dissensions, and finally the disunion, of the subordinate authorities. These cases are the more worthy of our attention, as the external causes by which the component parts were pressed together were much more numerous and powerful than in our case; and consequently less powerful ligaments within would be sufficient to bind the members to the head, and to each other.

 

In the feudal system, we have seen a similar propensity exemplified. Notwithstanding the want of proper sympathy in every instance between the local sovereigns and the people, and the sympathy in some instances between the general sovereign and the latter, it usually happened that the local sovereigns prevailed in the rivalship for encroachments. Had no external dangers enforced internal harmony and subordination, and particularly, had the local sovereigns possessed the affections of the people, the great kingdoms in Europe would at this time consist of as many independent princes as there were formerly feudatory barons. The State government will have the advantage of the Federal government, whether we compare them in respect to the immediate dependence of the one on the other; to the weight of personal influence which each side will possess; to the powers respectively vested in them; to the predilection and probable support of the people; to the disposition and faculty of resisting and frustrating the measures of each other. The State governments may be regarded as constituent and essential parts of the federal government; whilst the latter is nowise essential to the operation or organization of the former. Without the intervention of the State legislatures, the President of the United States cannot be elected at all. They must in all cases have a great share in his appointment, and will, perhaps, in most cases, of themselves determine it. The Senate will be elected absolutely and exclusively by the State legislatures. Even the House of Representatives, though drawn immediately from the people, will be chosen very much under the influence of that class of men, whose influence over the people obtains for themselves an election into the State legislatures. Thus, each of the principal branches of the federal government will owe its existence more or less to the favor of the State governments, and must consequently feel a dependence, which is much more likely to beget a disposition too obsequious than too overbearing towards them.

 

Notice Madison's use of ancient cultures to support his argument. Why is this important? If it were Judaic-Christian principles the country was founded upon and Madison being a learned man would know the Bible well enough to draw inferences from the Holy Book, especially in a much more religious society back then versus today. The use of ancient cultures is peppered through the Federalist Papers as two of the three were the authors of the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution. 

 

The Federalist Papers were the guidebook to the US Constitution rather than be used as an interpretative work.

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Theseus, totally agree an have been screaming this point for the past two weeks. 
What part of the US Supreme Court doesn’t make laws does the ignorant liberals not understand. 
I don’t have an issue with the liberals not agreeing with the decision but their reasoning and intelligence levels come into to play when they are clueless about what they disagree with. 
Until the liberal mindset is voted out of power we will continue to see the ignorance not only in the USA but abroad, what an embarrassment Joe Biden is to America talking down democracy….

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10 hours ago, DoD said:

Theseus, totally agree an have been screaming this point for the past two weeks. 
What part of the US Supreme Court doesn’t make laws does the ignorant liberals not understand. 
I don’t have an issue with the liberals not agreeing with the decision but their reasoning and intelligence levels come into to play when they are clueless about what they disagree with. 
Until the liberal mindset is voted out of power we will continue to see the ignorance not only in the USA but abroad, what an embarrassment Joe Biden is to America talking down democracy….

DOD, if you have not checked out SCOTUS ruling on EPA, I suggest that bit of reading. For the last four or five decades the left has relied on the Courts to push their agenda onto the American people. SCOTUS' epic ruling regarding the executive branch agency, EPA, removes the left's dependence on the Courts to pass their agenda which could not be done through the legislative process. Again we return to the founding of this country, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers and George Washington to understand why political parties cannot pass legislation and codify it into law. The Founders knew that gridlock would happen. Heck, the US Constitution was the earliest gridlock in our Country. The US Constitution was not ratified easily as there were those against the Constitution and several states would not ratify it without consolations being met, example The Bill of Rights,. The last state to ratify the US Constitution was Rhode Island in 1790 and the Bill of Rights was not ratified until the end of 1791. But wasn't the US Constitution written in 1776? Why then did it take over 5 years to be adopted? Many many factors and one word "gridlock". The authors knew that people are people and everyone has their own beliefs and ideology. Getting 400 plus people to agree is like pulling teeth with a pair of tweezers. Next time people say that Congress is not doing their job because they aren't passing laws, just remember that is how the Founders envisioned the Legislative Branch to actually work. They envisioned gridlock because they knew not everyone would agree. Which then brings us back to the topic we are discussing: States' Rights to create, pass (or not pass), and enforce law for their state.

 

Congress was not created to micromanage citizens' daily lives. Rather Congress was envisioned to create and pass law which were major issues for the Country. However the dilemma this poses is that Congress has the authority  to create legislation that would change the US Constitution with the caveat that 2/3rds of the states also agree to the proposed legislation. That is how Amendments are passed aka known as the ratification process.

 

If the politicians in Washington were so enamored with and passionate about protecting and forming Abortion rights, they had 50 years to create and pass an Amendment to the US Constitution to do just that. Instead all those for abortion rights were used as pawns so that the left could stay in power. The people were used (and  tossed away after each election). These people were filled with promises and lies and when each election cycle came around the left played the proponents of Abortion like a fiddle while the city (nation) burned. Instead of being mad at the Jurists of the top court, these people should be angry at their politicians for not doing anything but putting money in their pockets. This goes for issues on the right as well. The Jurists that were nominated to the top court during Trump's Presidency are called Constitutional Originists for a reason and that reason became apparent as they followed the US Constitution rather than saying that the court ruled so it is "settled law". Got a hint for anyone who tows the party line on "settled law", ain't nothing settled, including science. Saying something is "settled" is just another form of saying "shut up". I don't need to be a aeronautical engineer to tell you how an airplane flies or build an airplane. I don't need to be a doctor to do research and make a conclusion/opinion on medical research. All that I need is good common sense and the ability to understand or the ability to find out what something is that I don't understand in that research. Too many just want to tow the line rather than be self-informed for whatever reason or excuse they give. And I understand this as we are all guilty of this, including myself. 

 

The SCOTUS rulings (and even the Florida law DeSantis signed), not just Roe v Wade, were misrepresented because people want the Cliff Notes of the ruling/law. And those Cliff Notes were spun in such a way that is was a total misrepresentation of the "stupid decision". That's like getting Cliff Notes to Catcher in the Rye and being told it was the same story as The Old Man and the Sea.  Both from great writers (and the former banned) but totally different stories. The lamestream media has been doing this from the beginning of this country. And it is one of the reasons The Federalist Papers were penned, at first anonymously, in the newspaper The Federal. Hamilton, Clay, and Madison were all Federalists in their political affiliation. Hamilton's Christianity was also questioned at the time, which was a much bigger issue back then than it is now (e.g. Pelosi and Communion). 

 

The answer to SCOTUS ruling on abortion is to codify it into law. The reality is it won't get done because it is a divisive tool for the left to be elected and seize office. "Stupid decision" be damned! 

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