PWR1935

PWR1935

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3 years ago @ http://www.information... - Hate Fest In Warsaw · 1 reply · +18 points

For Trump Iran is about Israel in whose hands Trump resides. Every informed person on earth knows that Iran does not have a nuclear weapons project and, according to the CIA, gave up pursuit of such a weapons program years ago. Iran has kept the nuclear agreement that it signed. It is the US that refuses to keep the agreement.
Among the first things that President Trump did was to withdraw from the multi-nation signed Iran nuclear agreement and threaten the other signers of the agreement with sanctions if they also did not renounce the agreement.
Washington has two issues with Iran. One is that Iran is a sovereign country at odds with US policy. The other issue is that Iran is in Israel’s way. Iran supports Hezbollah, and Hezbollah prevents Israel from annexing southern Lebanon.
If truth be known, American propaganda has been the most successful force in the world since World War II. There are people and even politicians in every country, excepting perhaps North Korea, who believe the American propaganda. They all want to be like the success that American propaganda presents.
Iran should realize that its religious beliefs are internal and not for export and should focus on making Iran a successful country. Under attack as Iran is from Washington and Israel, Iran needs the support of its people, this means that Iran cannot be governed as America is and cannot afford policy that benefits only the rich and well-positioned.

3 years ago @ http://www.information... - I’m Not Breaking... · 1 reply · +28 points

An excellent article by John Whitehead he hits the nail on the head. US as a exceptional country is long gone. The problem is not Trump. It is a political system, dominated by corporate power and the mandarins of the two major political parties, in which we don’t count. We will wrest back political control by dismantling the corporate state, and this means massive and sustained civil disobedience, However, most Americans are in an insouciant state of mind because of the corporate owned MSM that fails to inform the people what is really going on behind the curtain.

3 years ago @ http://www.information... - After Trump\'s Nationa... · 1 reply · 0 points

There is no case for impeachment, the President is doing what is in the best
interest for the U.S
Several administrations have failed the resolve the illegal alien, drug and human
trafficking across the U.S. Border. The lobbying efforts of the US Chamber of Commerce, Business Round Table ,K St. etc. want cheap labor and the Demo's want the Votes.
We need to secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws. There are
millions of homeless Americans that need jobs and help.. Need to stop our endless
Foreign Adventures and place our money to Americans in need and rebuild
America...........

3 years ago @ http://www.information... - Who’s Really Cro... · 0 replies · -1 points

Open borders will compound America's ability to provide for those who are American citizens
who are homeless and with out jobs It is very noble to try and care for the poor people of
other counties trying escape there brutal governments, gangs and lack of jobs.. But I strongly
feel American Citizens come first.
The total number of homeless people residing in tents and makeshift homes is unknown. Many of these communities are small and hidden from public view, while others claim hundreds of residents and are sprinkled through major urban areas.
Some, like those tucked under roadways, are temporary and relocate frequently. Their conditions are vile, unsanitary and fail to provide refuge from storms and winds.
Preliminary findings by The National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty show that tent cities have been documented in almost every state, and they're growing.
A report released by the U.S. Conference of Mayors, for example, found that homelessness and hunger rates are rising, culminating in 47 million Americans living below the poverty line. A fledgling economic recovery, high unemployment and contracting government services are largely to blame. So is the paucity -- or paradox -- of affordable housing. While homelessness is increasing, more than 10% of homes in America are empty.
Emergency services, meanwhile, aren't filling the void. Homeless families and single adults are routinely turned away by shelter homes because of lack of bed space.
We need to provide for the people in need in America before opening our borders. We need to
secure our borders and enforce our immigration laws to survive as a nation. In addition we need
to stop all of our foreign war adventures that drains our Budget for necessary funds.