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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #30 on: Thursday, January 25, 2018, 23:39:48 PM »
What kind of bullshit question is that? It affects my life. How old do you even think I am and why should that change anything?

No older then 23, at 23 I wasn't worried about no dam politics that's for sure, getting laid and school was more important!!!!!

Enjoy your youth let the old timers stress out on politics , you youngsters don't have a clue
And stop being so God dam uptight

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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #31 on: Friday, January 26, 2018, 00:09:35 AM »
No older then 23, at 23 I wasn't worried about no dam politics that's for sure, getting laid and school was more important!!!!!

Enjoy your youth let the old timers stress out on politics , you youngsters don't have a clue
And stop being so God dam uptight
Well you're now 0-2 on your post. l I am older than 23 and your post is so ignorant is hurts to read. Congrats.
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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #32 on: Friday, January 26, 2018, 01:34:37 AM »
The piece of shit just said he won't ever visit the UK, one of our biggest allies, unless protests are banned. I feel like that right there says it all. He's a not just a terrible president, but a terrible human being as well. He doesn't care about freedom, just his own personal wealth.
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I feel like all people who think with something other than their ass should reach this conclusion. Sadly not the case, however.


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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #33 on: Friday, January 26, 2018, 10:20:41 AM »
Well you're now 0-2 on your post. l I am older than 23 and your post is so ignorant is hurts to read. Congrats.

wooo hooo off by 1 year, how's my post so ignorant?????
why cause I'm a strong trump supporter and i love every thing he's doing?? specially trying to get rid of the illegal immigrants and making are borders better

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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #34 on: Friday, January 26, 2018, 13:39:25 PM »
Trump is Helping to Make the Region a Crueller Place
 
 A presidency built on such weak foundations will do little to help little to help any negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians and has already made things worse

By Robert Fisk

There really is no point any more in talking about   Donald Trump  or US foreign policy. They do not exist. Indeed, the Trump “presidency” is about as real as “Palestine”. Both deserve inverted commas although the first fantasy would clearly represent white and largely Christian Americans trying to make their country great again at the expense of lesser creatures, while the second – which is not even a state – obviously qualifies as a Trump “s***hole country”; its people are not exactly white, they are largely Muslim and many seek asylum from the enslavement of the longest military occupation of modern times. For Norway, of course, read Israel.

So in the crazed mind of the booby who thinks he’s running the United States, there’s not much point, surely, in peace between a modern and much loved ally and the third world people forced to live in the manure pits further east and south. Jerusalem is thus the capital of Israel, the Oslo of the Middle East, built on the “green hill far away” – though in the hymn it is supposed to be “without a city wall”. But what the hell? Trump likes walls, and Cecil Frances Alexander, the 19th century Irish hymnodist of “There is a Green Hill Far Away” also wrote “All Things Bright and Beautiful” which surely appeals to the crackpot in the White House who speaks so eloquently about “beautiful babies” (in Syria, when they are dead) and “beautiful weapons” (in Riyadh, before they have killed any babies).

In fact, to talk about Trump’s Middle East, it’s necessary to enter the lunatic asylum. After all, “Palestine” does not qualify as a state and Israel, which does, has not the slightest idea where its eastern border lies geographically. In the middle of Jerusalem? Halfway across the Palestinian West Bank? Along the entire length of the Jordan river? And what about poor Gaza? When the Israelis bombed the place to bits in 2008-2009 (they did the same again in 2012 and 2014), they dropped munitions on the Palestinian sewage system and contaminated both drinking water and the sea with … Oh well, yes, of course, they turned part of Gaza, quite literally, into a s***hole.
Not even Jared Kushner, the beloved son-in-law and real estate magnate and dealmaker supreme – a woeful Dickensian hero, if ever there was one – can work out the dimensions of this particular Middle East property or, for that matter, either part of it. Since, along with the US ambassador to Israel, Kushner supports the Jewish colonisation of the Arab West Bank – and, believe me, there are no s***holes on those hilltop settlements – even he will not be able to tell us exactly where the eastern border of Israel runs, or may run or will run, eternally and forever and ever, Amen.

And that’s the problem, I fear, for the crank in the Oval Office. Much of the world is a land of “vapours” – the kind that supposedly affected your brain (Trump might consult Caliban about this) – and apparitions. The Middle East, as we all know, is a place of djinns, ghosts, Crusaders, Saracens, Apocalypses, 12th Imams and Christ figures and bearded men in caves. But all of them have a greater chance of appearing or reappearing in the second year of Trump’s “presidency” than a peace between two states whose physical dimensions are way beyond the comprehension of Jared and his “Kushner Companies”.

Acknowledging all this has a price, of course. Several times, most recently in Dublin, I have pointed out – in discussions about the Middle East, especially after the US claim that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel – that Donald Trump is mad, insane, crackers, and should be in a mental institution. And on each occasion I’ve been reminded – by presenters or producers – that I am not qualified to say this since I am not a medical doctor. I find this strange. If, for example, I had stated that Trump was utterly sane and level-headed, I don’t think I would have been reminded of my lack of medical qualifications. Nor would this have happened if I had described (as I have) Muammar Gaddafi as a lunatic, which he was.

But you have to watch out for those Trumpites who pop up to call you “fake news” and who frighten radio station editors. The media’s continuing respect for “fair play” when discussing a president who is self-evidently a dangerous and racist xenophobe (as opposed, for example, to the Arab variety) should one day be examined. Gaddafi, mad. Ahmedinejad, mad. Abu Nidal, mad. Saddam, mad. But try that on Trump and, hem hem, you’ll have to produce your general practitioner’s certificate to make any such aspersion abut this infantile person.

So let’s not be fooled. Trump, in whatever fantastical, delusional form, is making the Middle East a more brutal and cruel place, and will continue to do so, aided by his ever-smiling, ever hopeless son-in-law and his clutch of generals – “Mad Dog” Mattis did not earn his nickname because of his military wisdom, and his conviction that Iranian Shiites rather than Iraqi Sunnis messed up America’s plans in post-invasion Iraq suggests that he is dangerously emotional rather than professionally rational. It’s easy to convince oneself that very odd soldiers – chaps who ride across the Rubicon, capture Moscow when it’s on fire or wear moustaches after serving as Unteroffiziers on the Western Front – don’t really have much influence on history.

The Arabs know all about the power of soldiers. Remember Colonel Nasser and Colonel Gaddafi, Colonel Ali Abdullah Saleh, Air Force Commander Assad and Air Chief Marshal Mubarak and former Second Lieutenant Sadat and Field Marshal al-Sisi? Three were assassinated, two died of heart attacks and two more are joyfully still with us. Of course, they all live or lived in nations which Trump would presumably categorise as “s***hole countries”. But at least they weren’t all fantasists.

This article was originally published by  The Independent  -
"the world is basically a forced labor camp from which the workers - all innocents - are led forth by lottery, a few each day, to be executed," Cormac McCarthy

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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #35 on: Friday, January 26, 2018, 18:36:28 PM »
wooo hooo off by 1 year, how's my post so ignorant?????
why cause I'm a strong trump supporter and i love every thing he's doing?? specially trying to get rid of the illegal immigrants and making are borders better

Look...i understand illegal immigration is a problem...but the wall doesn't seem to be the solution. It won't help these people, it's going to cost a fortune, and...do you realize how much 3145kms (1954 miles) are? How are they going to actually patrol the whole border 24/7 any better than they already do? The border currently already has wall-like structures for most of its length. Building a taller and tougher wall will not stop people from trying to get in. Perhaps it will slow them down, but at what cost...

Besides, has Trump ever heard about the Berlin wall?

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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #36 on: Friday, January 26, 2018, 19:03:58 PM »
wooo hooo off by 1 year, how's my post so ignorant?????
why cause I'm a strong trump supporter and i love every thing he's doing?? specially trying to get rid of the illegal immigrants and making are borders better

No, I was not talking about your support of a piece of shit human being. Your post was ignorant by suggesting that younger people shouldn't care about politics. That would definitely be convenient for all the old republicans trying to screw over as much of the younger generation as they can to fill their own pockets.

Trump is quite literally anti freedom. He's gone after the media like no other president (of course aside from the media that he agrees with), he tried to fire someone who is investigating his shady dealing with Russia. He won't even visit allies because their citizens would protest how big of a piece of shit he is. Yes, he is not going to visit an ally (the UK in this instance) due to peaceful protests. He even said so to the British PM. What a fucking joke. Leader of the free world my ass.

And I'm not even going to get into the sexual assault accusations, the paying off pornstars and strippers, his 3 bankruptcies while being all about "business", his speeches of absolute nonsese, his constant lying, his failure to broker a deal to prevent the government shutdown, his lack of condemning nazis and racists, the list goes on.
And what about how he goes golfing every week or on vacation to his own properties LITERALLY siphoning millions upon millions of taxpayer dollars into his own companies?
or what about his random Twitter tantrums attacking other people? What kind of president attacks his own citizens?

But sure, feel free to continue to worry about latinos sneaking into our country and "dreamers" who contribute more to our society than Trump ever will, and just ignore the moron in the white house trying to tear the country apart. That's exactly what he wants you to do. Wikid's post even proves this, he mentions only illegal immigration (which  is essentially not even a real problem in terms of how much it costs the country) but fails to mention all of Trump's attacks on our freedom. Guess who signed the renewal of the NSA warrantless surveillance bill? Your man boy infant Trump.

It is absolutely baffling how he has somehow conned a large group of people into thinking he's serving in their best interest while fucking them over in broad daylight. He plays on racist and nationalist pride so they ignore how he's actually screwing the working class over.
« Last Edit: Friday, January 26, 2018, 21:57:20 PM by KiLLaMaN »

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Re: What you think of Trump just curious
« Reply #37 on: Saturday, January 27, 2018, 06:02:25 AM »
Lives in a small world. need help all the way till end of presidential period :)

 

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