Saturday, November 19, 2016

Muslim Leader in US,: “Islam is not here to Integrate., Islam is here to Dominate” , BY Tim Brown, — November 19, 2016,


At least there is one Muslim in America who is open and honest about what Islam is and what it is here for. No taqiyya, no mincing of words. Islam is here to dominate.
Haitham Ibn Thbait, of the American chapter of Hizb Ut-Tahrir, told American Muslims earlier this year that Islam was not here to integrate, but rather to dominate.

"The Prophet said: 'There is no god but Allah,' said Thbait. "Instead the [elites of Mecca] rejected. They offered the Prophet wealth, status, and political representation – a seat on the executive branch within Mecca's secular order – all to avoid this statement and its implications. Yet he rejected their offers and continued his journey towards radical change, providing us with step-by-step instructions on how to make this religion supreme."
"The elites of Mecca would use every possible measure to coerce or contain Muhammad's call for change within specific parameters," he added. "Those parameters would permit the changing of anything that did not threaten their system and infringe on their power. But this message is not here to integrate. It is here to dominate. Islam is here to dominate! This was an ideological struggle, the sole purpose of which was to organize Man's affairs in accordance with a system revealed by Allah."

"There was no room for compromise," Thbait continued. "Instead Allah revealed to the Prophet, saying: 'Proclaim openly, as commanded, and turn away from those who associate others with Allah.' 'Proclaim openly, as commanded by Allah' – this is our activism. It is free of polytheism, the polytheism of a secular system. Activism within a flawed infidel system is forbidden."
There is definitely a problem with polytheism in our land, but Islam will not help that since it is a flawed ideology that thrives on death, not life, and because it is an anti-christ religion at its heart.
He then said:
You cannot raise your hands to Allah, while extending your hands to men for legislation. Every four years, you do just that. Muslims are pressured to get out there and vote, believing somehow that their insignificant numbers have an impact. The effort to get Muslims out there to vote has never been about their significance. It is part of an effort to assimilate Muslims.

They have tricked Muslims into voting for Clinton, who went on to starve half a million children in Iraq to death. They tricked Muslims into voting for Bush, who went on to bomb two Muslim countries and kill millions. And they went on to trick Muslims to vote for Obama, who bombed seven Muslim countries and killed millions.

The argument used was always the "lesser of evils." So now, killing millions of Muslims is a "lesser evil." "What is the matter with you? How do you judge?" [Quran 68:36] The ballots have brought you nothing but disgrace, and have soaked you with the blood of your Muslim brothers and sisters. The problem with their system is not the scores of dead. It is deeper than that. It is their secular faith. It is in direct opposition with our creed, when Allah says: "Legislation belongs to none other than Allah."

Muhammad and his companions established for us a political system where sovereignty belongs to Allah and not to the elites, where politics meant caring for the affairs of Mankind, not only the elites, where da'wa was conveyed to the whole of society, not only to the oppressed and excluding the elites. This system was not for the 99% or the 1%. This system was for the 100%. For those of us in the West, Allah granted us the opportunity to be amidst a people so misinformed that the truth we offer will resonate. Our voice is our greatest weapon, and our silence is our worst enemy.

They want to entice you and intimidate you into embracing their way of life. They want to change our Islam We are not their puppets. We are a cure and a mercy. We carry a comprehensive system of solutions for Mankind, and we should act accordingly. Muslims in the West are a part of this struggle. We should not underestimate our impact in this global effort. We need to be honest about who we are, what our global program is, and advocate for the system of Islam, wherever we may be, and explain it to Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Don't fall into the electoral trap.

Some of what he says is true. This idea of being used is very true, not only of Muslims, but of many in our society. However, Islam does not offer truth. It offers lies. As for killing Muslims, perhaps one should follow the blood trail left by Islam, not just in this century, but in the previous nine!
While I do admire his conviction, it's placed in the wrong thing. I wish more Christians understood their divine mandate and obeyed it (Matthew 28:19-20). I wish they understood that Christians are ambassadors for King Jesus and that He is dominating the world through the message we are to be teaching others (1 Corinthians 15).
Sadly, American Christians many times can't even get the basics of the Gospel right. It is because we have lost our saltiness that we are being trampled underfoot in America (Matthew 5:13). May God renew us, even as He did Samson (Judges 16:28), and either cause our enemies to bow to Him or destroy them before us.

Obama’s Dread Sets In:,His Legacy Is Finished,


Obama’s Dread Sets In: His Legacy Is Finished

President Obama’s legacy just hit a brick wall.
In fact, Donald Trump’s victory is the final ‘nail in the coffin’ for Obama’s hopes and dreams regarding America’s future.
Obama knew everything was on the line in this election, and he spent much of his time on the campaign trail with Michelle, attempting to get Hillary elected.
He was deeply concerned black voters wouldn’t support Hillary, and as American Patriot Daily previously reported, Obama told the black community it would be a “personal insult to his legacy,” if the black community didn’t get together and back Hillary.
Despite all the scare tactics, Obama’s pleas went unheard.
Black voters didn’t turn out in the large numbers Hillary’s campaign had hoped for.
Obama’s campaign tactics failed miserably.
The American people spoke up, and vehemently voted against Hillary’s corrupt plans to take the United States down an even darker path.
ObamaCare has left millions of Americans with increased premiums and skyrocketing costs.
Businesses have felt the weight of Obama’s burdensome regulations.
Illegals have continued to be welcomed with open arms across the U.S. border.
The voters wanted a new way forward, which did not include Obama’s crippling policies.
Hillary vowed to maintain and expand the current status quo.
The American people finally rallied together and said enough is enough.
Still in shock and denial, Obama is coming to terms with the fact all of his work was for nothing.
Trump has already vowed to repeal ObamaCare within his first 100 days as president.
The Hill reports:
“While Obama emphasized the importance of a smooth transition and a unified American government, there was no mistaking the pain felt by those on hand…
No two-term president did more than Obama to ensure the election of his preferred successor in Clinton. But her colossal failure on Election Day could result in much of his legacy being wiped away.
Obama cast Clinton as a guardian of his accomplishments, warning voters in stark terms that a Trump presidency would “reverse every single thing that we’ve done.”
Trump has vowed to roll back Obama’s regulations on “day one,” hold a special session of Congress to repeal ObamaCare and “renegotiate” the Iran deal. “
Obama’s version of America has been rejected by the will of the American people.
Hillary thought she could ride the coattails of Obama’s previous voter turnout model, but her campaign was blinded by just how many people backed Donald Trump.
The polls were wrong. The media was in denial.
No one saw Trump’s victory coming, except for Trump and the American people.
Despite all the odds against him, Trump prevailed by staying true to his message, “Make America Great Again.”
As Obama begins to transition power over to Trump, Trump has already hit the ground running.
He’s developed a team of experienced professionals to help implement his 100-day “Contract With The American Voter” plan to undo Obama’s legacy.
Obama and his liberal pals thought they could pass down their leftist legacy to Hillary, but it’s the end of the line now.
Do you think Trump can undo Obama’s legacy?
Or will Obama’s legacy prevail even under new leadership?

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Have Our Universities Bottomed Out Yet?

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Have Our Universities Bottomed Out Yet?
Posted: 18 Nov 2016 03:19 PM PST
BY: Gary Fouse

This article first appeared in New English Review (The Iconoclast)

I have been teaching English as a second language part-time at the University of California (UCI) Extension (now Dept. of Continuing Education) since 1998. Since I am retired from the Drug Enforcement Administration, this has been a part-time endeavor only to keep me busy and provide a little beer money to boot. It has also given me a chance to observe the goings-on at UCI and other college campuses at least since I became involved as an activist around 2006.

I should note at the outset that as a conservative, I have had no issues with my co-workers. To teach ESL only requires a masters degree. My co-workers are people who almost all have either lived in other countries, married spouses of other nationalities, and have opinions across the political spectrum. Usually we tend not to discuss politics in the office anyway. My campus activism, which has no doubt alienated some within the UCI administration and faculty in the humanities sections, has not touched upon my work in the Extension. Furthermore, I have made it a personal policy never to bring my personal beliefs into the classroom. I have reserved them for on-campus events, seminars, and comments in the campus newspaper.

In recent years, UCI has gotten a black eye due to incidents on campus involving groups like the Muslim Student Union (MSU) and Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). Generally speaking, however, UCI is a school with a rather small humanities department, concentrating mostly on departments like engineering, biology, and other hard sciences etc. The overwhelming majority of UCI students don't get involved in campus craziness as they do at UCLA, Berkeley, and so many other universities around the country. Slightly over half of the student body is Asian-American, and they pretty much concentrate on their studies and enjoying their university experience. Most of the damage to the school's reputation is thanks to the above two groups.

For years, however, the MSU has annually sponsored an ugly week of events dedicated to bashing Israel. Many of their invited speakers can only be described as radicals, who also bash America and in some cases, Jews as people. In 2010, MSU disrupted the speech of Michael Oren, the then Israeli ambassador to the US. Just this past May, SJP disrupted a film event sponsored by Students Supporting Israel necessitating the call for campus police to quell the disturbance. No arrests were made, and only a warning letter was issued to SJP. Like so many other universities, the UCI administration has been sorely lacking in standing up to groups like these as well as confronting campus anti-Semitism. For this, I have publicly criticized the UCI administration as well as University of California presidents-past and present.

Being conservative, I have been appalled by the politically-correct liberal dominance on college campuses in general. To me, this is the culmination of a process that began when I was a college student in the 1960s, and we were experiencing campus protests over the Viet Nam war and other causes. It is safe to say that many of the campus protesters of the 1960s went on to become the professors and administrators of our universities decades later. This is a culture that has been decades in the making, and it will not soon go away. To be sure, students need to get a variety of different viewpoints, but most conservatives, in my view, would prefer to stay in the real world rather than put up with all the nonsense.

Still, it is troubling to see how our young people are being indoctrinated by so many professors in the classroom and led to believe that their country is imperialistic, racist, and in need of a drastic overhaul. In my view, it is necessary to inform the public what is going on in academia. After all, it is we who are footing the bill-at least for public universities. Fortunately, I think the message has now gotten out.

The past couple of years have been really troubling, yet comic in a way. The Black Lives Matter movement, which arrived about 50 years too late, has gained a lot of traction on University campuses. In places like the University of Missouri, administrators have resigned under pressure because of complaints of racism, some real, some imagined. In one astounding videotape, we watched a University of Missouri professor of journalism actually try to stop a student reporter from videotaping a  Black Lives Matter protest in a public space on campus. She actually called for "some muscle" to remove the young man. The university, figuring it had no use for a journalism professor who didn't understand the First Amendment, rightly fired her. Not surprisingly, many parents have opted not to send their kids to Mizzou resulting in a sharp decline in enrollment. I applaud those decisions just as I applaud the decision of Jewish parents not to send their kids to the University of California until it gets serious about the problem of campus anti-Semitism.

Similarly, we are seeing one of the most absurd movements of all as universities fall all over themselves to be "inclusive". White students are being actually demonized for their "inherent racism" and "privilege".  To be a person of color is noble. To be white is to be privileged. Indeed, many white students are rushing to don sack cloth and ashes not because of what they have done or said, rather because of what they are.

Even more absurd is the effort to make students feel secure, included and protected from such things as "macro-aggressions", "micro-aggressions", "trigger warnings" and other boogie men. Universities now talk of "safe spaces", where the little snowflakes (our term) can even hold teddy bears, hold hands and express their fears.

Just in time for President Donald Trump.

With Trump's election, our universities have truly lost their collective minds. Fortunately for them (and unfortunately for the rest of us) they already have the safe space infra-structure in place. University administrators, aided by their departments of equity, diversity and inclusion, are offering students counseling and group therapy sessions in order to cope with the pending arrival of the Evil Donald. If students are too traumatized to attend class or take a test, preferring to attend a protest instead, faculty are all too accommodating. (After all, they are probably too traumatized themselves to teach a class.) In effect, our universities have put their imprimatur on rejecting the results of this election. When a university president sends a campus-wide email out stating that "the university understands how deeply sad you feel about this election and we are here to help you," they are stating that they are also sorry that Hillary Clinton was not elected. That may be OK for a private school, but it is not OK for a public one.

To be fair, universities also have science departments, foreign language departments, engineering departments, and others where real education is taking place. It is in the humanities and social sciences where you usually see the misfit professors and indoctrinated students.  Entire departmental chairs devoted to ethnic studies, gender studies, and gay and lesbian studies are of questionable value other than fostering group identity and separating our students into tribes. Now some schools are even instituting black dorms. Segregated water fountains can't be far off. New words-especially pronouns-are being invented for those students who feel our current vocabulary is too sexist. The University of California at Santa Cruz, which I call, "America's Wackiest University", actually has a Community Studies department (teaching the little rascals how to organize and protest) as well as  a History of Consciousness Department, in which the notorious Angela Davis was a faculty member.

This is what we are paying for in California.

It is tempting to say that it can't get any worse than this, and that from now on, it can only get better. Yet until these universities see their enrollment and funding drying up, they will not reform. Until then I cannot answer the question of whether they have truly hit rock bottom. I try to maintain a sense of humor about it all. It is easy to laugh at the utter stupidity exhibited by people who, with their advanced degrees, should know better. It isn't funny, however, when you consider that every future leader of this great country is walking on our college campuses today.




By Diane Kepus
November 19, 2016
Fault belongs to no one; the deck was stacked for sure;
Fault belongs to everyone, they followed the education lure!
Hopefully I can make you understand the manipulation, fraud and corruption and the people associated with our children’s education that has been in place for a very long time.

James Buchanan’s historical warning that inventing federal jurisdiction over educational matters would confer upon Congress a vast and irresponsible authority was ignored in 1862 during the early period of the southern insurrection.
One of the biggest charmers who has been behind everything being their way and not for the benefit of the children has been the National Education Assoc. (NEA). Just last April they wrote a blog piece accusing everyone else of being responsible for problems with the charter schools and education in general “tracing it back to their advocacy and deep pockets.
Naming the Koch Brothers, Michelle Rhee and the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and others as being those ahead of the “corporate education reform”, I can add Chester Finn, Jr., Gerard Robinson, Eric Smith, Sen. Lamar Alexander, the Bush Cabal, Eva Moskowitz and so many, many others.
Would it surprise you to learn that the NEA almost from its inception has been working behind the scenes not for our children and not necessarily for the teachers? In 2009, Bob Chanin the retiring General Council for the NEA, at their yearly convention issued these words:
“The NEA and its affiliates are such effective advocates. Despite what some among us might like to believe, it is NOT because of our creative ideas; it is NOT because of the merit of our positions; IT IS NOT BECAUSE WE CARE ABOUT CHILDREN; and it is NOT because of a vision of a great public school for every child. NEA and its affiliates are effective advocates because we have POWER and we have POWER because there are more than 3.2 Million people who are willing to pay us hundreds of millions of dollars in DUES each year because they believe that we are the unions that can most effectively represent them. The unions that can best protect the rights and advance of their interests as education employees.” [Link]
When in the 80’s they created the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, the chairman, former North Carolina Gov. Jim Hunt (who is now working along-side of Jeb Bush) described the board as the “linchpin of a larger strategy to effect the transformation of our nation’s schools. Teachers would be certified nationally (read starting at page 8 Marc Tucker’s “Tough Choices or Tough Times”) [Link]
From the beginning, a majority of the board members were also members of the NEA or AFT. One would do well to remember the words of past NEA Presidents:
Catherine Barrett – “We are determined to control the direction of education”
George Fischer – “To determine who will enter, who will stay, and who will leave the profession”
Helen Wise – “We must defeat those who oppose our goals”
John Ryor – “We will become the foremost political power in the nation”
Every time there is a conference of some sort on how to solve our educational problems, most of the participants seem to be the very people who have been in leadership positions for the past 10-25 years while education has been going downhill. These people should be the very last that we look to for answers, but yet like a bad penny, they seem to continually end up in some position to give us their 2 cents and people listen.
If you go back to the 60’s our schools were pretty good, but then the progressive change agents told us we needed to experiment on ways to improve learning and we were already at the top of the heap.
In 1989 people were beginning to wonder how the nation could have declined so far in such a short amount of time. The answer was really rather simple. Years before, John Dewey and the so-called “progressive educators” shifted their emphasis from academic basics such as reading, writing and math skills to a socialization process that was concerned with attitudes, relationships and feelings rather than academics. By the early 60’s the SAT scores has slowly begun to decline and “social promotions” began to come to the fore-front. Then you began to hear the call for nationalized education.
In 1848 Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels presented the world with the Communist Manifesto. It should be important to you as a parent because this document calls for the loosening of our morals and to separate the children from our parents and religion – the very basis of this country.
They had laid out the groundwork of the “feel good”, “it’s all about me” generations to come. You must understand Communists are a patient breed willing to wait centuries to get their agenda in place. The first thing they had to do was decide the best way to carry it out and John Dewey and his education philosophy filled that bill.
The first “Red” scare came in the early 20th century with widespread fear of anarchy and Bolshevism due to real and imagined events as well as the worldwide stated goal of a communist revolution. Concerns over the effects of radical political agitation in American society and the alleged spread of communism and anarchism in the American labor movement fueled a general sense of paranoia.
In 1917 Congress passed the Espionage Act which made it a crime to interfere with the war effort or with military recruitment or to attempt to aid a nation at war with the U.S. This was followed by the Sedition Act in 1918 which actually falls under the former act and stated that people or countries cannot say negative things about the government or the war.
It forbade the use of "disloyal, profane, scurrilous, or abusive language" about the United States government, its flag, or its armed forces or that caused others to view the American government or its institutions with contempt. Most of the opposition of the bill came from the “R” side of congress from Henry Cabot Lodge and Hiram Johnson who claimed it took away our right to free speech. Congress repealed the Sedition Act in 1920.
But the important thing to note here is Congress was aware that something was underfoot and they knew where it was coming from.
The first mention of a deliberate “dumbing down” of our children through education came in 1928 with O.A. Nelson, a teacher, John Dewey and a behavioral psychologist named Edward Thorndike along with other CFR members while attending a Progressive Education Assoc. meeting (which was nothing but a Communist front). Nelson informed the group that the purpose of the “new math” (notice they have used this tactic several times) was to dumb down students. For years most Americans thought when they used the word “progressive” they meant for “betterment” and progress in education. The sole purpose of this group was to destroy our schools. Given the tone of things today, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised Nelson taught in Minnesota.
In 1931, John Hurley revealed the words of Paul Mantoux of Paris, France, “the builder of this new world must be education”. Mantoux a communist had aligned himself with likeminded individuals and the general American population was totally unaware of the steps being taken to “socialize” this country, especially by going through our schools and using our children.
In 1934, The Carnegie Corporation presented their Conclusions and Recommendations for the Social Studies and its Eight-Year Study. Many college professors were making trips back and forth from Russia having convinced themselves that the Soviet Communist system was the ultimate system to be used in America. In “Dare the School Build a New Social Order? This was the first time the control of America’s “property rights” was mentioned in regard that they could not continue and that all natural resources and all forms of important capital would have to be collectively owned.
Make no mistake, those in the past and now currently (Pope Francis) who criticize our country in that by being a capitalist nation we are being selfish and not sharing enough of what we have with the poor are thinking with a communist , collective objective. The whole idea was to begin to make the world think “internationally” and what better way to do that than to use the mind of a child. Does this sound a little like Agenda 21/Sustainable Development/Global Warming?
It was about this time they started all these Foundations, Institutes, Committees, and the beginning of individuals within these entities setting policy rather than our elected legislators. It was also laying the groundwork for these groups to start using their influence through campaign donations. The groundwork had been laid and our children were the bait.
WWII was over and the prospect of communist subversion at home had risen to the surface of conversations all over America. For over 5 years Sen. Joe McCarthy tried to blow the whistle on the “leftist’s” working behind the scenes and expose communism for what it was and that it was here in our country already. The opposition worked extremely hard to ruin McCarthy. Edward R. Murrow’s exposés of McCarthyism played a major role in the Senator’s downfall. But McCarthy was right and Murrow in my mind was a traitor.
To aid in this transition process came the progressive teachers who were willing to become “change agents”. Mind you, most if not all of these teachers also belonged to the NEA. Their purpose was to change attitudes and perceptions of the children – a very vigorous proactive social change kind of posture, a merging of radical education, deviant behavioral science, and humanistic democracy.
And you wondered how the morals of this country got destroyed!
Let me explain it this way. Young children especially are very easily influenced. We also now realize that we made a very grave mistake sending our children to strangers, day after day, from 4 - 7 hours a day.
Take a child in kindergarten to 2nd grade. The teacher, who is a change agent and has already taught them about a reading circle, tells the class to bring their chairs to the circle. She then proceeds to inform the kids they are going to form a new “family”, a school family if you will and everything we discuss here is to be a secret between you, the other children and myself.
Who do yo think is going to have the most influence on that child? The parents who only spend a few hours a day with them or the teacher? This change did not take place overnight, but the whole purpose was to change a child’s attitudes and perception from that of their parents to a new way of thinking.
A 1962 book published jointly by the NEA and the National Training Laboratory (NTL) entitled Five Issues in Training addressed the process of “unfreezing, changing, and refreezing” attitudes in order to bring about change.
Early in 1976, 85 top educational elite and an assortment of influential change agents met at an invitation only conference in Philadelphia to draft recommendations on how to put “Moral/Citizenship Education” (MCE) programs in every school in the country—public, private and parochial. Conference participants included Humanist values educators and representatives of the federal government, foundations, PTA, NEA and the National Council of Churches. Yes, the National Council of Churches too!
I do hope parents that along with Common Core you understand so did the National Sexuality Education Standards starting at Pre-K. Do you have any idea what they are teaching your children about sex, sex and the family and the so called different kinds of sexually based families? I wonder why it is they want our children to spend so much time focused on sex.
The NEA supports Common Core as does your National Parent Teacher Assoc. and Chambers of Commerce across the country – for money – from places like the Walton Family Foundation, Gates Foundation, Broad and others. The NEA sees the CCSS as a potential means of providing access to a complete and challenging Education For All!
That sounds rather familiar. Oh yes, UNESCO’s Education For All curriculum was supposed to have been in place all over the world by 2015 – in some countries it is not yet completed and in others, they have been using it since 2003.
You still believe the NEA is not one of the bad guys? Last July at their annual convention, the NEA declared an all-out war on American families and children, with their latest actions to be a broadening and supporting of the homosexual and transgender movement.
Teachers are instructed to follow the reasoning that there is no real sexuality and children have the “right” to choose whatever they want to be even if you are only 5 or 6.
Name the “reform” , any reform – vouchers, cyber-schools, rapid charter school expansion, teacher ‘tenure’, sexuality, or morals – and it won’t take you long to trace it back to these people’s advocacy and deep pockets.
Don’t get pulled into believing that it is only a few “big pockets” involved in this or that it is a simple thing they under took. It is far reaching and subtle – like introducing your children to GAIA as a “natural science” in their Science books which was first presented by Maurice Strong of the UN and he and his buddies have treated GAIA as a form of religion.
Those behind the push for the growth of your children’s immorality, incited by billionaires who see school rooms not as a learning place for your children’s futures, but as a means to their end – and their end is a NWO. They don’t give one red penny about your children no matter what they say and that goes for some of our legislators who are playing with them for money.
Be vigilant, check those backpacks daily and go back to everyone eating dinner at the table together and talk – ask questions and foremost listen. Make it your job to know who your child’s teacher is, how long and where he or she has taught school, are they certified and have they ever had any complaints filed against them. If you move the same goes for the principal.
Parents must take back their schools, you are after all paying for it and your children’s futures are depending on it.
And one last thing and I can never ask this question often enough. We have been told how bad our traditional public schools are – well if they are so bad why is it the Charter schools are the schools which are failing at such a fast pace with low evaluations or under the gun for fraud and or corruption?
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Friday, November 18, 2016

Trump Effect:, CEOs Play Nice, After Election,


America’s corporate leaders don’t want to be on the wrong side of side of the Trump administration, despite how they may have felt about the shock-and-awe comments that dominated his campaign.
Ford (F), a favorite Trump target because of its potential plans to move auto manufacturing plants outside the U.S., announced on Thursday it will not move its Lincoln SUV plant to Mexico, and instead will keep the plant in Louisville Kentucky. In a statement the automaker said “We are encouraged that President-elect Trump and the new Congress will pursue policies that will improve U.S. competitiveness and make it possible to keep production of this vehicle here in the United States.” The announcement followed a tweet from Trump, who claimed to have swayed Ford Chairman Bill Ford to change his mind.  
Earlier in the week Ford CEO Mark Fields delivered a different message during an interview with FOX Business Network while discussing plans for small-car production.  “We’re just implementing our business plan,” Fields said. “And just like we’re making investments in Mexico and moving our [Ford] Focus down there, our plans haven’t changed to introduce two very important products into the plant that the Focus is moving out of” said Fields.
When asked about Trump’s plan to crack down on unfair trade, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn told FOX Business Network “We’re pragmatic, we’re realistic, we’ll adapt to any situation.”
It’s not just automakers who are playing nice. Over in the tech world, IBM (IBM) CEO Ginni Rometty reached out to Trump with a letter on Tuesday offering the President-elect some ideas to “help America’s economy grow.” A spokesperson for IBM tells the company has a history of providing thought leadership ideas during political transition.

Rometty, who reminded Trump that her company is the nation’s largest technology employer, touched on a policy wish list including “building intelligent, secure infrastructure” and “bringing money home to invest in America;” both of which align with Trump’s plans to rebuild America and his promise to lower the corporate tax rate, which sits at 39% according to the OECD.
While it is still early, billionaire investor Carl Icahn expects Trump to stick to his guns when it comes to policy. “Donald’s gonna do some stuff that’s tough,” he said during an interview on FOX Business Network’s The Intelligence Report.  “All the great presidents say I don’t give a damn what you say, I’m doing what I do” he added.
Trump’s office did not respond to’s request for comment at the time of publication. 
That view may mean more companies extend the olive branch to the Trump administration. Apple (AAPL), run by the even-keeled Tim Cook, may also be rethinking its manufacturing strategy by moving iPhone production to the U.S. from China. The  Nikkei Asian Review exclusively reported "Apple asked both Foxconn and Pegatron, the two iPhone assemblers, in June to look into making iPhones in the U.S.," a source said.
The iPhone is the tech giant’s most profitable product and has helped Apple become the world’s most valuable company with a market cap of around $720 billion. Apple declined to comment on the Nikkei report but did tell in an email “Apple is responsible for creating more than 2 million jobs across the United States, from engineers, retail and call center employees to operations and delivery drivers," an Apple spokesman said. "We work with over 8,000 suppliers from coast to coast and are investing heavily in American jobs and innovation.”

Investors Cheer Trump - Post Election Gains

S&P 500: +2%
DJIA:       +3%
Nasdaq Composite +2.5%
*Since 11/8/16
As Trump works to assemble his Cabinet and team of advisors, investors are already betting he will be good for business. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite have advanced 2%+ and the Dow Jones Industrial Average 3% since he won the presidential election nearly two weeks ago. The U.S. dollar continues to fly, hitting a 13-year high, a sign investors are bullish on the U.S.A. 
Suzanne O’Halloran is Managing Editor of and a graduate of Boston College. Follow her on @suzohalloran.

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Julian Assange Isn’t Done With Hillary, Reveals Hidden Human Trafficking Network

"Disturbing" doesn't begin to describe the wickedness and horror at the highest levels of this government.  Of course this has all been exposed before, but then like now, very unlikely to ever see the light of mainstream news. It is so horrific not many can begin to conceive that this could possibly be true.  -W.E.


Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the Internet…

I have been reporting for weeks now about the D.C.-based “pizza pedophilia” ring that is being exposed based on thousands of “Podesta emails” released by Wikileaks in the past month or two.

As of last week, the case became even more explosive.

Now, don’t get nervous because it looks like computer mumbo-jumbo. You only need to remember two things.

1 – Every picture file is actually a code/pattern of numbers that our computers “translate” into images on the screen.
2 – Some “extra” information has been discovered in at least one picture code/pattern from a Wikileaks email.

I reported weeks ago about this “pedo ring” something called “photo steganography,” which is just the fancy term for the two points I explained just now.

The image (.jpg) of the two girls eating pizza was discovered as an attachment in the Podesta emails by Wikileaks. Data can be hidden in a .jpg file. In that image, a zipped directory (PK) was hidden inside. That doesn’t happen by accident. The directory likely contains illegal imagery and/or discussion. It is highly suggestive of illegal activity connected to child pornography, child exploitation, and child abuse.

Some have objected that the pizza.jpg file size is simply too small to contain any useful data (like an image, a link, a message, etc.), but the point is this: all the file would have to “smuggle” is a short password to open a secret website or .zip file. The hidden data could literally just be a few bits of information but it could open up thousands of gigabytes of data in the right website or compressed file. That’s how the users would access the dirty pictures, videos, messages, etc.

So, from a technical angle, this method is very possible, and it makes sense of why the Podesta emails include so many strange photo attachments. Are all those attachments little “Trojan ponies” for sharing images, videos, passwords, payment resources, etc.?
WATCH (Language/NSFW Warning):

Why do we even have an FBI? Is the FBI just covering for these people?”
Let me be honest:

I have researched corruption cases like this for many years, whether in current events or from historical records. So, I believe I have a somewhat thick skin when it comes to facing human sinfulness and evil like this.

Last Friday night, however, I won’t lie: I totally lost it.

All of a sudden, too many lightbulbs went off at once, too many connections hit me at once, too many implications dawned on me at once–and I just went into a kind of panic attack about how massive this whole cartel is, how well protected it is, and how truly destructive it is in real children’s lives.
If you want to get an idea of what set me off, let me show you three images.

BUT I WARN YOU: When you understand the context, these images are EXTREMELY DISTURBING.

First, here is a photo of Tony Podesta’s favorite work of art in his home:

Tony Podesta is a big fan of “The Arch of Hysteria”
Next, here is an ad from Ping Pong Pizza, a restaurant in D.C. that has numerous, very disturbing connections to pedophilia and D.C. elites like the Podestas.


Another “arch of hysteria”?
Next we come to a police photo from the Jeffrey Dahmer case.

I wonder if Tony Podesta would also like this “arch of hysteria”…

Finally, here is the logo for Comet Pizza, another D.C. restaurant with deep connections to Ping Pong Pizza and the Podestas.


Can you see now why I “lost my [bleep]” last Friday?
Worse, in terms of how protected this satanic ring of perverts is, I recently reported that even the DOJ is compromised.

A man named Arun Rao has shown a disturbing interest in some sexually “creepy” images and expressions that are connected to the Podestas and this pedo ring. The problem is that Rao is an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the DOJ.

Specifically, Rao is Supervisor of the Southern (“Greenbelt”) Division office for the DOJ’s District of Maryland in Chevy Chase, Maryland. This means that Rao’s district is virtually on top of the area in D.C. where Besta Pizza operates. In addition, Besta Pizza and two other associated properties are directly over abandoned underground tunnels, many of which could easily connect to Chevy Chase.
On top of his social and geographical proximity to Alefantis, Rao’s DOJ division handles cases that seem tailor-made for busting—or covering up—the dark circles that sex traffickers hide in: federal racketeering, conspiracy, national and international fraud and corruption, immigration violations, counterfeiting, and—wait for it—child pornography.

In closing I will leave you with three “infographics.”

They are very complicated and “dense” so I don’t expect everyone to examine them.
However, even if you don’t look into the details yourself, I want you to be aware of how vast this whole network of evil is, and, therefore, of how many hands and prayers we need on deck to expose it and bring it down.

(NOTE: You don’t have to download these images to view them. You can just right-click open them in a separate internet browser tab, and click “+” to zoom in.)
First, a diagram of “key players” in the pizza restaurant side of the pedo ring. You can see the diagram for yourself here.

Second, a much larger diagram of how this pizza-pedo ring connects to international kidnapping (esp. the Madeleine McCann case) and other DNC allies like “spirit cooker” Marina Abramovic.

Finally, a truly massive diagram of connections that implicate nations and leaders around the world, and put the sex trafficking cartel in the context of a global network of drug dealers, slave traders, murderers, and media elites.

This is an ongoing investigation so stay tuned for more.
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