An unbelievable number of people have come out against Donald Trump, since his popularity with voters has only increased. The globalists are now afraid of Trump, because whenever he talks about what needs to be done to restore the country, it’s the opposite of what the globalists want and are doing. They are trying everything they can do to discredit him, and when that doesn’t work, they are blatantly trying to steal the Republican nomination from him.

Who are some of the more vocal critics of Trump? They are members of the media; foreign governments; current employees of the U. S. government; and business leaders. When you understand who they are, it’s easy to understand their motivation, and why their biased comments should be ignored.


At the 2016 annual World Forum of the American Enterprise Institute (a NWO org), a secret meeting was held with panicked Republican leaders and the heads of major tech companies to figure out how to eliminate Trump as a candidate.

When trying to determine why this particular group of people would be meeting, one common denominator stood out: trade agreements. Trump has said he would not approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as president, but all the congressmen either voted for fast track authority, step 1 towards voting for the TPP, or were paid to vote for it. The Trans-Pacific Partnership is approximately 20% trade, and the remainder creates global government and transfers U. S. sovereignty to foreign corporations.

The fast track authority transferred a Constitutional responsibility of Congress to the president. Congress has approved all trade deals that have been fast-tracked. The TPN is the Transatlantic Policy Network. Created more than 20 years ago, the TPN’s goal is to merge the U. S. with the European Union. That will be accomplished through the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership). If the TPP gets rammed through Congress, as they are planning to do, the TTIP would be the next “trade” agreement up for approval by Congress. The fast track authority would still be in place since it lasts for six years.

The leaders in attendance arrived in 54 private jets, and included the following:

Business Leaders —

  • Philip Anschutz, major Republican donor, owns multiple sports teams
  • Tim Cook, Apple (a NWO corp) CEO
  • Elon Musk, Tesla Motors
  • Larry Page, Google (a NWO corp) co-founder
  • Sean Parker, Facebook (a NWO corp) investor
  • Karl Rove (CFR), political adviser
  • Arthur Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times

Congressional Members —

  • Rep. Diane Black (R-TN), voted for fast track authority
  • Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX),voted for fast track authority, member of the TPN
  • Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), paid to vote for fast track authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Rep. John Delaney (D-MD),voted for fast track authority, member of the Asian Congressional Caucus
  • Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), paid to vote for fast track authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), voted for fast track authority
  • Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), voted for fast track authority
  • Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) (married to a CFR), Senate Majority Leader, paid to vote for fast track authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), voted for fast track authority
  • Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), paid to vote for fast track authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), voted for fast track authority
  • Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), Speaker of the House, voted for fast track authority
  • Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE), paid to vote for fast track authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), paid to vote for fast track authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI), voted for fast track authority, member of the TPN

The Self-Styled “GOP National Security Leaders” —

Approximately 120 “GOP national security leaders,” as they refer to themselves, published an open letter about how “utterly unfitted” Trump would be to the presidency. In the letter they say they have not agreed on everything, but they all agree on how dangerous Trump would be for the country.

The letter also said, “Mr. Trump’s own statements lead us to conclude that as president, he would use the authority of his office to act in ways that make America less safe, and which would diminish our standing in the world.”

Having so many people unite against one candidate sounds impressive, until you look into who these people are. Many of them have worked for the federal government over the years.

Some websites have referred to the “security leaders” list as a list of top warmongers, but is that all they are? The most amazing thing about the list is that 28% of the people on the list are globalists with known ties to secret societies. The names are:

  • Robert D. Blackwill (CFR)
  • Max Boot (CFR)
  • Michael Chertoff (TC)
  • Eliot A. Cohen (CFR)
  • Chester A. Crocker (CFR)
  • Daniel Drezner (CFR)
  • Eric Edelman (CFR)
  • Richard A. Falkenrath (CFR)
  • Niall Ferguson (BB)
  • Richard Fontaine (CFR)
  • Aaron Friedberg (CFR)
  • Jeffrey Gedmin (CFR)
  • William C. Inboden (CFR)
  • Robert Kagan (CFR)
  • Rep. Jim Kolbe (CFR)
  • Stephen Krasner (CFR)
  • Matthew Kroenig (CFR)
  • Mary Beth Long (CFR)
  • Peter Mansoor (CFR)
  • Paul D. Miller (CFR)
  • John Osborn (CFR)
  • Daniel Pipes (CFR)
  • Stephen Rodriguez (CFR)
  • Nicholas Rostow (CFR)
  • Daniel F. Runde (CFR)
  • Kori Schake (CFR)
  • Gary Shiffman (CFR)
  • Kristen Silverberg (CFR)
  • Ray Takeyh (CFR)
  • Frances F. Townsend (CFR)
  • Ruth Wedgwood (CFR)
  • Dov S. Zakheim (CFR)
  • Philip Zelikow (CFR)
  • Robert B. Zoellick (CFR)

In addition to known globalists on the list, 26% of the remaining names on the list work for globalist organizations. Those names are:

  • David Adesnik — works for Foreign Policy Initiative (a NWO org)
  • Michael Auslin — works for American Enterprise Institute (a NWO org)
  • Daniel A. Blumenthal — works for American Enterprise Institute (a NWO org)
  • Ellen Bork — works for Foreign Policy Initiative (a NWO org)
  • Anna Borshchevskaya — works for Washington Institute for Near East Policy (a NWO org)
  • Joseph A. Bosco — works for Center for Strategic and International Studies (a NWO org)
  • Patrick Chovanec — works for Columbia University that supports the NWO
  • James Clad — works for Center for Naval Analyses, which is operated by CNA (a NWO org)
  • Gus Coldebella — works for the Federalist Society (a NWO org)
  • Seth Cropsey — works for Hudson Institute (a NWO org)
  • Tom Donnelly — works for American Enterprise Institute (a NWO org)
  • Charles Fairbanks — works for Hudson Institute (a NWO org)
  • Peter D. Feaver — a member of the Aspen Strategy Group of the Aspen Institute (a NWO org)
  • Reuel Marc Gerecht — works for Foundation for Defense of Democracies (a NWO org)
  • Christopher J. Griffin — works for Foreign Policy Initiative (a NWO org)
  • Melinda Haring — works for the Atlantic Council, an offshoot of the Bilderberg Group
  • Rebeccah Heinrichs — works for Hudson Institute (a NWO org)
  • Rachel Hoff — works for Foreign Policy Initiative (a NWO org)
  • Jeffrey W. Hornung — — works for Center for Strategic and International Studies (a NWO org)
  • Jamil N. Jaffer — — works for the Federalist Society (a NWO org)
  • Myriah Jordan — works for Facebook (a NWO org)
  • Tim Kane — works for the Hoover Institution (a NWO org)
  • Philip I. Levy — works for Chicago Council on Global Affairs, originally called Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
  • Philip Lohaus — works for American Enterprise Institute
    (a NWO org)
  • Matthew McCabe — works for Marsh & McLennan Companies (a NWO corp)
  • Andrew S. Natsios — works for Hudson Institute (a NWO org)
  • Richard L. Russell — works for Center for the National Interest (a NWO org)
  • Randy Scheunemann — board member of the International Republican Institute, a core institute of the National Endowment for Democracy (a NWO org)
  • Gary J. Schmitt — works for American Enterprise Institute
    (a NWO org)
  • Gabriel Schoenfeld — works for Hudson Institute (a NWO org)
  • Michael Singh — works for Washington Institute for Near East Policy (a NWO org)

These two lists represent more than half (54%) of the names on the original list. The names and corporations above are listed on the websites of the largest secret societies that run the world. Does this mean that the remaining 46% of people on the original list are not members of one or more of the secret societies if their name is not on any of the websites? No, it does not. There is no complete list of members of any of the secret societies or supporting corporations.


Chinese Government —

Even the Chinese government, through its state-run media has been attacking Trump. In an editorial, they said, “The rise of Trump has opened a Pandora’s box in US society. Trump’s supporters are mostly lower-class whites, and they lost a lot after the 2008 financial crisis. The US used to have the largest and most stable middle class in the Western world, but many are going down.” Thanks in large part to China.

Then the editorial said, “Mussolini and Hitler came to power through elections, a heavy lesson for Western democracy.” It would be difficult for a Communist country to relate to a democracy or republic form of government.

The editorial actually said, “Despite candidates’ promises, Americans know elections cannot really change their lives.” Would anyone that believed that in 2008 before Obama was elected still believe that today?

China is against Trump because he has said he will negotiate trade deals that will not allow China to continue taking advantage of the U. S.

Mexican Government —

Now Mexico is trying to interfere with our presidential election, while at the same time claiming they respect the sovereignty of the U. S. Isn’t it enough that at least 30% of their population already illegally lives in the United States? Apparently not.

Mexican diplomats are frantically trying to help approximately 3 million Mexican nationals legally living in the U. S. become citizens in time to vote in the 2016 presidential election. A “citizenship clinic” is being offered at various Mexican consulates around the United States. A consul in Las Vegas said voting is not the goal of citizenship. “Those who use this to vote, that’s up to each individual. We don’t have any opinion on that, because that would be totally interfering in internal affairs of the country,” the consul said. Of course they don’t have an opinion on who the U. S. chooses for its president. That’s why they didn’t start trying to make their citizens become American citizens until Trump became the candidate most likely to be the 2016 Republican nominee. If the likely 2016 Republican nominee favored amnesty, do you think the consuls would be having citizenship clinics?

The Vatican —

The Pope has been scolding Europe for not accepting enough migrants into their countries, even as officials in Europe warn that Europe will soon collapse from the migrant invasion. When he visited the U. S. in 2015, the Pope pushed the New World Order message that the United States needs to accept many more illegal aliens into this country. So, on February 18, 2016, when the Christian Donald Trump again mentioned building a wall on the southern border to stop the illegal alien invasion, Pope Francis felt compelled to say, “A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian.” Yet, when the Pope was asked about homosexuals in the Church in 2013, which is a sin mentioned in the Bible and is also a sin in the Catholic Church, he famously said, “Who am I to judge?’

Why would the Pope not judge the sin of homosexuality, but judge someone for suggesting a way to protect his country? The New World Order views homosexuality as a way to break up the family and destroy society, and allowing unlimited numbers of illegal aliens into the country will bankrupt the country so the New World Order can complete its takeover of this country.


The Economist Newspaper —

Donald Trump has been deemed a “global risk” by The Economist newspaper, which is the propaganda machine of the international banking community. The newspaper’s subsidiary, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) (a NWO corp), has even gone so far as to label a Trump presidency among the top risks worldwide, which would make it as dangerous as terrorism.

The Economist regularly attends Bilderberg meetings, and has stated a global ruling class is working towards manipulating the world’s future. The newspaper has also said Trump “must be stopped” from becoming president.

Why would The Economist be so against Trump? Because it’s 50% owned by England’s Rothschild (Illuminati) banking family that has worked very hard to implement world government through the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trump is against. They said, “In the event of a Trump victory, his hostile attitude to free trade, and alienation of Mexico and China in particular, could escalate rapidly into a trade war—and at the least scupper the Trans-Pacific Partnership between the US and 11 other American and Asian states signed in February 2016.”

They are also concerned about how Trump could affect “free trade,” such as NAFTA. Signed in 1993 by Bill Clinton, NAFTA has resulted in more than one million jobs leaving the U. S., and a trade deficit of $181 billion with Mexico and Canada, the U. S.’s NAFTA partners.

Facebook (a NWO corp) — Social Media —

Facebook has “community standards” they use for censoring posts. The standards are not consistently applied.

Recently, a page was created with a title of “Assassinate Donald Trump.” When this was brought to the attention of Facebook, their response was, “We reviewed the Page you reported for having a credible threat of violence and found it doesn’t violate our Community Standards.”

Apparently the standards follow the agenda of the New World Order.

Twitter — Social Media —

Twitter’s terms of service prohibit encouraging violence. Yet, they do not close dozens of accounts that are tweeting for Donald Trump to be assassinated.


Tony Blair — BB, Bohemian Grove

Blair is a former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Blair said there is concern among European observers about a Trump presidency. “The entertainment value is high, and there is a certain, I have to say, level of anxiety as to what’s happening to America, the most powerful country in the world — it really matters,” Blair said in an interview. Some of Trump’s comments have been about shaking up the status quo in Europe, so of course establishment Europeans are against Trump.

Max Boot — CFR

Boot is an author and military historian. Currently he is a Senior Fellow in National Security Studies at the CFR.

In a recent article he co-authored with Benn Steil (CFR), they said Trump “is prepared to abrogate America’s commitments” to trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP). Only 20% of the TPP is trade, while 100% of it is treason because it will transfer U. S. sovereignty to foreign corporations. This is no surprise since the purpose of the CFR is to destroy the sovereignty of the U. S.

The article then went on to say that, “American standing, as measured both in ‘soft power’ and more traditional realpolitik terms, would suffer far more if he were to become commander in chief.” It’s difficult to imagine our “standing” suffering more than it has under Obama. Then they said, “A Trump presidency threatens the post-World War II liberal international order that American presidents of both parties have so laboriously built up—an order based on free trade and alliances with other democracies.” All “free trade” agreements signed since NAFTA in 1993 have been about transferring American jobs overseas, instead of trading goods and services. Obama’s presidency has been about destroying our “alliances with other democracies” and replacing them with alliances with dictators and communists.

David Cameron — BB

Cameron is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Cameron has said, “What Donald Trump says is, in my view, not only wrong, but actually it makes the work we need to do to confront and defeat the extremists more difficult,” according to a British official. Defeating the monster you helped create will be difficult, but that really isn’t what you want to do, is it?

Dick Cheney — CFR, TC

Cheney is the former Vice President of the United States under President George W. Bush (2001-2009).

Trump has said that George Bush did not keep us safe when he was president because 9/11 happened on his watch. Cheney responded that intelligence failures during the Clinton administration were the cause of 9/11. Cheney said, “It’s a disappointment, frankly, that he’s acting that way. I think it’s misleading for him to campaign on that basis.” Emperor Palpatine himself certainly doesn’t want the public to know that 9/11 happened because the Bush administration ordered a defense stand- down on the morning of September 11, 2001.

Vicente Fox —

Fox is a former president of Mexico (2000 – 2006).

In a recent interview, Fox said, “I respect very much America . . .” Translation: Not at all.

He then said, “Let me start by saying please wake up, America, from this Republican nightmare that is causing a lot of noise outside of United States. And I say it with clarity that (it) is nothing personal but is really worrying us outside of the United States.”

When talking about illegal aliens entering America, mostly from Mexico, Fox said, “Of course it (illegal immigration) exists. But you don’t finish with that with a stick or with violence or being aggressive.”

Mexico does not want illegal aliens prevented from entering the United States for several reasons. Mexicans illegally working in the U. S. send remittances back to family members in Mexico in the amount of approximately $23 billion each year. This is money that should be in the American economy and most of it was not taxed. Nearly all of the illegal aliens coming into the U. S. do not have a high school education. They are not the “best and brightest” we hear about so often. A portion of the illegals are criminals, and Mexican officials have said they do not want them back in Mexico.

sppleadersReferring to Trump, Fox said, ‘He doesn’t understand about creating jobs. That’s why I say he’s an egocentric. He’s only looking for himself and not for the rest. He believes in the white supremacy. He only lies and lies and lies and uses whatever is convenient for him without any attention to facts.” It sounds like he was talking about himself, not Trump. How can a billionaire not “understand about creating jobs”?

In 2005, Fox showed how much he respects America by signing the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), the precursor to the North American Union. The treasonous SPP set up the structure for destroying the sovereignty of Canada, the United States, and Mexico by creating the North American Union.

Newt Gingrich — CFR

Gingrich was a 2012 presidential candidate and former Speaker of the House of Representatives.

In an interesting twist for a member of the establishment, Gingrich mentioned in an interview the fear the establishment has for Donald Trump, since he “didn’t belong to a secret society.” This meant the rituals of the groups have not included Trump.

Sally Kohn — Daily Beast

Appearing in a CNN panel, participant Sally Kohn made ludicrous comments about actions Trump would take as president. “I’m worried. When he institutes internment camps and suspends habeas, we’ll all look back and feel pretty bad,” she said.

Kohn was a George Soros operative at Fox News before joining CNN.

Bill Kristol — BB

Kristol is founder and editor of the Weekly Standard.

He has said that if the presidential nominees turn out to be Trump and Clinton, he will take action. “If it’s Trump-Clinton, I’d work with others to recruit a strong conservative third party candidate, and do my best to help him win (which by the way would be more possible than people think, especially when people — finally — realize Trump shouldn’t be president and Hillary is indicted),” Kristol emailed.

He has advised Rubio, as have other globalists, when Rubio was the darling of the establishment.

John McCain — CFR

The senior Republican Senator from Arizona, and the 2008 Republican Nominee for President said, “I would also echo the many concerns about Mr. Trump’s uninformed and indeed dangerous statements on national security issues.” McCain calling Trump “uninformed” on national security is indeed amusing.

In 2012, McCain and fellow Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) met with the leader of the al-Qaeda associate group LIFG. Months later, this person became the leader of ISIS in Libya. He played a significant role in overthrowing Gadhafi, with U. S. support. He also fought with jihadis in Iraq to kill U. S. soldiers.

A definition of treason is giving aid and comfort to the enemy. Did McCain and Graham commit treason?

Mitch McConnell — Married to a CFR

The senior Republican Senator from Kentucky, and Senate majority leader, is apparently so afraid of Trump being the Republican nominee that he is encouraging Republicans to run negative ads in conjunction with their re-election campaigns if Trump is the nominee. “We’ll drop him like a hot rock,” McConnell said. Why would McConnell try to subvert the Republican nominee at the risk of having the Democratic nominee elected president?

Perhaps because Trump is against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) and has said he would renegotiate it. As it turns out, McConnell was paid $8,260,738 between 2008 and 2014 to vote for passage of the TPP.

David McIntosh —

McIntosh is currently President of Club For Growth (a NWO org).

The “conservative group” Club For Growth has advertised against Trump. According to Trump, this was because Club For Growth was upset when Trump refused to give them $1 million in 2015. McIntosh, of course, denied the claim and said, “He’s not really a conservative. He’ll tell what he wants you to hear, and who knows what he’d do if he got into office.”

Barack Obama — BB

Obama is currently a usurper to the office of President of the United States.

At a press conference, Obama said he had faith the American people would not elect Trump as president. He felt this way because of his belief that the presidency is seen as “a serious job” by Americans. We do see the presidency as a serious job, unlike Obama who apparently sees it as one endless round of golf with occasional breaks where he pretends to be the leader of a country, when doing the bidding of his puppetmasters.

Obama has also called Trump’s plan to have Mexico pay for a wall at the border as “half-baked,” and said that world leaders “don’t expect half-baked notions coming out of the White House. We can’t afford that . . .” After seven years of the Obama Administration, world leaders are more than used to “half-baked notions coming out of the White House.”

When commenting on a possible plan Trump has for making Mexico pay for the wall by preventing workers in the U. S. from sending money transfers (remittances) to relatives in Mexico, Obama said, “The notion that we’re going to track every Western Union bit of money that’s being sent to Mexico — you know, good luck with that.”

Actually, it’s quite easy to track remittance payments to Mexico, thanks to a Federal Reserve program started in 2005. The program, Directo a Mexico, transfers money from U. S. banks, through the Federal Reserve’s FedGlobal Mexico Service, to Banco de Mexico. The remittances are then locally distributed.

The program advertises it uses the wholesale foreign exchange rate for each payment so the recipient of the remittance gets more pesos per dollar sent. The sender of the remittance is only required to show the matricula consular card as ID, which is only used by Mexican illegal aliens in the U. S.

Leon Panetta — CFR

Panetta called the rhetoric “divisive” used by Trump and Cruz that “hurts the ability to develop the kind of alliances we absolutely need in order to confront a dangerous enemy.” The former CIA director and defense secretary said, “I know that sometimes these candidates think that they’re just talking to their voters in this country. That’s the worst mistake they can make, because the rhetoric they’re using is damaging the United States abroad and creating real concerns about where this country is going in the future.”

More fear-mongering about nameless foreign officials throughout the world.

Tef Poe — “Black Lives Matter” Activist

Poe, a rapper, has warned white people that if Trump is elected president, there will be riots everywhere. He tweeted, “Dear white people if Trump wins young niggas such as myself are fully hell bent on inciting riots everywhere we go. Just so you know. Trump wins aint no more rules fammo. We’ve been too nice as is.”

Apparently he doesn’t know Black Lives Matter is funded, controlled, and manipulated by George Soros, an old white guy. Soros also spent $33 million funding the riots in Ferguson, MO, Baltimore, MD, and other areas in 2014 and 2015.

Harry Reid — Liberal Progressive

Sen. Reid (D-NV) is currently the Senate Minority Leader.

While giving a press conference at the Center for American Progress (a NWO org), Reid talked about the popularity of Donald Trump. He said, “I think that Donald Trump has brought people out that have not voted before and I think this is something that should be a concern for the American people.” Why, because they’ll vote Republican and not Democrat?

Reid added, “We should resist the urge to move to the right.” He also encouraged liberal progressives not to “water down or run away” from solutions for policies and the “‘power of ideas” to defeat Trump.

Reid also blamed Trump’s popularity on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) (married to a CFR), and House Speaker aul Ryan (R-WI). “For too long, Senator McConnell and Speaker Ryan have tried to have it both ways, giving Trump a slap on the wrist each time he says something detestable, but always committing to support him at the end of the day. This is precisely the kind of moral cowardice that enabled the rise of Trump. If Senator McConnell wonders from where Donald Trump came, he needs only look in the mirror,’ Reid added.

The popularity of Trump is based on a rejection of the status quo in Washington, which only creates laws and policies that benefit Washington, and includes McConnell, Ryan, and Reid, among many others.

Mitt Romney — BB

Romney, the 2012 Republican Nominee for President, said, “Here’s what I know. Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud.” Yet, when he was running in 2012, Romney praised Trump by saying, “Donald Trump has shown an extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works and to create jobs, he has done it in Nevada and across the country. He is one of the few people who stood up and said China has taken jobs from Americans. We believe in free trade but we have to have a president to stand up and not allow people to cheat day in and day out.”

Romney also criticized Trump for not releasing his tax returns. Yet, in 2012, Romney didn’t release his tax returns until six weeks before the election! In addition, Romney criticized Trump’s business intellect. Hmmm . . . Romney is a multi-milionaire, but Trump is a multi-billionaire.

Why would Romney attack Trump so viciously? Romney is the backup candidate for the globalists so they will have a candidate ready to run for president when they steal the nomination from Trump, who is the only candidate that can earn the required 1,237 delegates to win the nomination at the convention.

The Republican National Committee, as well as the Democratic National Committee, that runs the nominating convention is a private organization and has no connection to the government. This means, they can change the rules they use for choosing a presidential candidate anytime they want to, even at the nominating convention. If the globalists can force a brokered convention, which they are trying very hard to do, anyone could become the Republican nominee for president, even someone without any delegates, like Romney. His only problem would be filing the required paperwork with the FEC, but since he did that in January, no problem!

Interestingly, on the same day Romney blasted Trump, Romney’s Facebook page said he is “currently running for President of the United States of America”. Although this could be from 2012, since it was last updated in 2012.

George Soros — BB, CFR

Soros is a hedge fund manager of the Soros Fund Management, which advises the Quantum Group of Funds.

Soros thinks Trump’s comments about vetting Muslim refugees before letting them into the U. S. might result in violence. As an open borders advocate, his comment is not surprising.

He also said, “That’s what, by fear-mongering, Donald Trump and the others, [Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas)], and others and so on, are doing the work of ISIS.”  Actually the government, not Trump, is “doing the work of ISIS,” since Soros’ puppet Obama funds and arms ISIS in conjunction with other western governments, usually through NATO.

Soros has also said, “There should be consequences for the outrageous statements and proposals that we’ve regularly heard from candidates Trump and Cruz.”
What doesn’t he understand about the First Amendment?

The website (a NWO org funded by Soros) has published an open letter about their concerns regarding Trump, and how he must be prevented from being the Republican nominee. The letter was signed by 21 people, and the organizations they worked for were also listed. Amazingly, 24% of the organizations are funded by George Soros, including:

  • Advancement Project
  • Center for Community Change Action
  • Demos Action
  • NARAL Pro-Choice America

Benn Steil — CFR

Steil is Director of International Economics for the CFR.

In a recent article he co-authored with Max Boot (CFR), they said Trump “is prepared to abrogate America’s commitments” to trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP). Only 20% of the TPP is trade, while 100% of it is treason because it will transfer U. S. sovereignty to foreign corporations. This is no surprise since the purpose of the CFR is to destroy the sovereignty of the U. S.

The article then went on to say that, “American standing, as measured both in ‘soft power’ and more traditional realpolitik terms, would suffer far more if he were to become commander in chief.” It’s difficult to imagine our “standing” suffering more than it has under Obama. Then they said, “A Trump presidency threatens the post-World War II liberal international order that American presidents of both parties have so laboriously built up—an order based on free trade and alliances with other democracies.” All “free trade” agreements signed since NAFTA in 1993 have been about transferring American jobs overseas, instead of trading goods and services. Obama’s presidency has been about destroying our “alliances with other democracies” and replacing them with alliances with dictators and communists.

Larry Summers — BB, CFR, TC

Summers is a former member of the Obama Administration that is criticizing Trump. He is Obama’s former director of the National Economic Council; former president of Harvard University (supports the New World Order); former U. S. Secretary of the Treasury; and the former Chief Economist for the World Bank (a NWO corp). In addition, Summers has earned millions of dollars in speaking fees from the main banking cartel members, including Goldman Sachs (a NWO corp), JPMorgan Chase (a NWO corp), Citigroup (a NWO corp), and Merrill Lynch (a NWO corp).

In 1999, he praised the partial repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which was enacted in 1933 and separated commercial banks from investment banks that had been one of the foundations of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and lead to the Great Depression, that directly lead to the Great Recession of 2007-2008.

Summers has called Trump a serious threat to American democracy. Summers’ actions throughout his career seem to have been perfect examples of what to do to threaten American democracy. Yet, Trump says he will do the exact opposite of what Summers has been doing. He explains Trump’s rise as illustrating “how democratic processes can lose their way and turn dangerously toxic when there is intense economic frustration and widespread apprehension about the future.” He acknowledges people are concerned about the economy and where the country is headed, and then says, “The possible election of Donald Trump as president is the greatest present threat to the prosperity and security of the United States.” Didn’t he just acknowledge these problems already exist? How can someone be the greatest threat to current problems?

Martin Wolf — BB

Wolf is an associate editor of the Financial Times.

He recently said the “global super elite” must not allow Donald Trump to become president. He added, “Nativist populists must not win. We know that story: it ends very badly. In the case of the US, the outcome would have grave global significance. America was the founder and remains guarantor of our global liberal order. The world desperately needs well-informed US leadership. Mr Trump cannot provide this.” Yes, you do know that story, and it ends badly for your plans of global domination and subjugation of the masses when populism regains control of countries.

Mark Zuckerberg —

Zuckerberg is the founder and CEO of Facebook (a NWO corp), which was partially funded by the CIA and is used by the CIA to test programming techniques for controlling and manipulating the masses.

In an apparently thinly-veiled attack on Trump, Zuckerberg said, “We’ve gone from a world of isolated communities to one global community, and we are all better off for it. But now, as I look around and I travel around the world, I’m starting to see people and nations turning inward — against this idea of a connected world and community.” Translation: A one-world government will make me considerably more money than I am making now, and populists are not going to get in the way.

Zuckerberg added, “I hear fearful voices calling for building walls and distancing people they label as others, for blocking free expression, for slowing immigration, reducing trade and, in some cases around the world, even cutting access to the internet.”  Translation: How dare you try to make me hire American workers that I have to pay 20% more than I pay immigrants. Zuckerberg supports increasing the number of immigrants on H1-B visas allowed into the U. S. each year. There are well over 100,000 immigrants admitted into the U. S. each year on the six-year H1-B visa. Companies frequently fire American employees to hire H1-B visa holders and pay 20% less salary. The most recent high-profile company to do this is Disney (a NWO corp), and it is being sued by some of the employees it fired, after forcing them to train their replacements.

When Zuckerberg mentions reducing trade, he is referring to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that Trump is against. The TPP is only 20% trade, while the rest of it sets up global government and transfers American sovereignty to foreign corporations.

Never take critical comments made by one person against another person at face value. It’s crucial, especially in politics, to determine who the critic works for, and if they are being compensated in any way to make the comments.


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