George W. Bush Speech: Globalism Must Remain Our Credo…

You know multinational corporate and financial interests, the big club, and the U.S. K-street lobbying community are on their heels when they need to call former President George W. Bush to their defense.

Delivering a speech today from the George W Bush institute, which is almost entirely funded by multinational corporations, the former president rises to speak out against nationalism and in defense of global economic interests.  Pay attention to the specificity of the wording.

President Bush’s professional political speechwriters always construct their verbiage in a series of sound-bite sentences that are assembled individually and then pasted together to create the flow.  You’ll probably notice the pattern and be reminded of the familiarity therein. This segment below accurately reflects the overarching message:

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The timing of this globalist-worldview speech is NOT coincidental given how recently President Trump has begun publicly engaging policy framework against individual aspects of global economic control.  President Trump is reasserting U.S. policy that reestablishes sovereignty.  The UniParty is more exposed than ever before in recent history; and now, not when President Obama was in office, but right NOW, George W. Bush rises to speak?  Consider:

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself.”

“For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.” ~Marcus Tullius Cicero

Worth noting that recently President Trump called out the multinational pharmaceutical industry (via ObamaCare payments etc.); additionally, the international finance group, IMF (International Monetary Fund), held their meetings to discuss the future of global economies.  This is on the heels of World Bank forecasts, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce taking an adversarial approach toward the administration via NAFTA. None of this is accidental.

Notice OPEC, particularly ‘The Gulf States’ (two-thirds of all production), now a Trump ally, are continuing to driving production. This is in combination with western nations domestic energy policies shifting as a result of Trump withdrawing from the Paris Climate Treaty.  [*Note* all nationalistic energy activity is driven by the economics of financial viability, not the ruse of planetary climate.]  Sword dancing has benefits.

Meanwhile Venezuela, an OPEC member and also China and Russia’s largest debtor, is in a state of economic crisis and under sanctions from Treasury Secretary Mnuchin.  This makes their ability to reach out to the international financial community very, well, challenging.

So what impact is all of this Trumpian shifting of geopolitical economic plates having out in the world of multinational finance?

(Via Bloomberg) The IMF’s steering committee warned that global growth is at risk of faltering in coming years given uncomfortably low inflation and rising geopolitical risks, injecting a cautious note into an otherwise improving economic outlook.

“The recovery is not yet complete, with inflation below target in most advanced economies, and potential growth remains weak in many countries,” the International Monetary and Financial Committee said in a communique released Saturday in Washington.

“Near-term risks are broadly balanced, but there is no room for complacency because medium-term economic risks are tilted to the downside and geopolitical tensions are rising.” (read more)

There are trillions of dollars at stake and global influence agents, along with multinational corporations, are beginning to realize that President Trump’s America-First economic strategy is continuing despite their control over the majority of congress.

In the background, and as a direct counter to how President Trump is using the Trump Doctrine of economic leverage, you will note that China, Russia, Iran and other state adversaries are creating a financial network to avoid their exposure to U.S. trade currency leverage. Their strategic action is what’s driving up the value of crypto-currencies like Bitcoin as tools to avoid Trump’s leverage and Secretary Mnuchin’s aligned economic policy influence.

Follow this economic confrontation and subsequent financial avoidance technique to its natural conclusion – and what appears on the horizon is a financial system where the U.S. dollar is the currency of allies, and crypto-currencies are the currency of adversaries.

Europe will have to decide which direction to take; the International Monetary Fund and world banking institutions will have to decide whose side to take.

Additionally, following the globalist economic path of the last 30+ years, the corrupted political lobbying system within the U.S. will lead to some U.S. politicians (GOPe and Dem UniParty members) siding with communist and totalitarian regimes against U.S. interests.

Watch this financial angle closely. This is the epicenter of why President Trump has labeled the Iranian Revolutionary Guard as terror entities. The U.S. State Department and U.S. Treasury can take punitive action (financially) against identified and defined terrorist networks.

This is the “Big Stuff” the U.S. corporate media will never discuss.  Unfortunately, the media has a vested ideological stake in the outcome and cannot be guaranteed to align with freedom.  The western media, writ large, are more sympathetic toward totalitarian perspectives and globalism: where a clustered group of exclusive “elites” control the masses.

Hence, corporately controlled media can be predicted to sympathetically point out: A.) that North Korea is really just a misunderstood regime who really cares about its people; B.) China’s communism must not be too bad because look at all the stuff they generate; and C.) Iran is simply acting like a disgruntled teenager lashing out at those who don’t allow them to express their feelings… etc.

However, hidden well behind the narratives we discover the motives, the real motives. There are trillions of dollars at stake and control over the masses therein by a few hand-selected control agents.

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459 Responses to George W. Bush Speech: Globalism Must Remain Our Credo…

  1. Newman says:

    I can’t even look at this guy’s face anymore…let alone listen to him. The whole Bush family and anyone connected to that family has been dead to me for some time.

    Liked by 36 people

    • I feel exactly the same way toward the Bush family. They have been liars and shills for the worst of America – leading to the Obama regime. Thank God for saving us and bringing us to Donald J. Trump.

      Liked by 10 people

      • HonorDefendBuckeye says:

        Had nothing to say about trading 5 Taliban savages for the traitor deserter Bergdahl, nothing to say about Americans left to die in Benghazi, nothing to say about trillions in debt, nothing to say about taking away the basic right to control your own medical care, nothing to say about IRS, VA, EPA, Justice Dept, etc. corruption, nothing to say about empowering Iran with money while they kill American servicemen, and on and on and on.

        Now its time to speak????? I have learned to despise this family for their relentless sanctimony, greed, and contempt for the American people. It was well epitomized when JEB Exclamation Point dismissed us as unworthy of “pandered to” attention, all the while he talked of illegals as engaging in “love” and having more to offer than than Americans.

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      • Falcon Koch says:

        George W. set up everything for Obama, as George keep lots of Clintons appointees in place. kThey set the stage for Obama. George and family are One World types, really can not stand to see anything about this family. Father is a One World type and anyone think the sons are different are some sicko’s.

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    • Lack is not all says:

      I wish they were. They still can cause damage to our country. Traitors them all.

      Liked by 3 people

    • frankie says:

      Those New England boarding schools must make future politicians who attend them think with their hindquarters instead of their headquarters.

      Did W ever earn an honest dollar?

      And Jeb let Reno’s winged monkeys kidnap Elian … and a few years later he stood by and let a crooked judge murder Terry Schindler instead of getting the husband prosecuted for beating her into a nursing home.

      Neal Fredo Bush killed a bank then gave his wife the clap from some chippy he was nailing.

      Marvin Bush has to use a colostomy bag. But his three older brothers other are the real s-bags!

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    • solomonpal says:

      The whole clan is inbred.

      Liked by 2 people

    • beaujest says:

      “Jeb and the Bush Crime Family” by Roger Stone tells all !

      Liked by 5 people

    • Wend says:

      He looks SO bad, doesn’t he? I think he’s drinking again.

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    • TPW says:

      Bush has been brainwashed probably by Daddy Bush’s CIA….. Daddy Bush never had a chance either considering who his father was. That I believe is why Bush appears to have a heart and truly believes he has done the right thing…… this persona has fooled many ……all the while he has enabled corruption of the highest order and has been totally oblivious to this fact. To me.. he must be a man totally conflicted….sending all our young men to fight a now known senseless war so he self medicates by being involved with disabled vets. Bush senior,Clinton,Bush2.0,Obama, all handpicked empty suits. My only solace is that GOD has decided it was time for him to use Trump to intervene……

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      • Dobegirl says:

        I voted for Bush2.0 as “the lesser of 2 evils”. In fact I’ve voted for “the lesser of 2 evils” my entire life. Until this time.

        This time I spent the entire 17 months before the election crusading for President Trump.
        This is the first time in my life that I voted FOR one particular person, as I felt deep within my soul that Trump was the ONLY one who wanted to, and could, save this great nation.

        Obama brought this nation to it’s knees, and Hillary (Obama’s 3rd term) would have provided the final stroke.

        President Trump has ‘awakened’ a lot of people to what has been going on for decades, myself included. He is fighting EVERYBODY for us, and I am behind him a thousand percent.

        It’s not going to be easy, but I know that he is capable of doing it, with our support.

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    • Stringy theory says:

      Like your comment x 1000. And I voted for this globalist hack twice, and his old man too.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Yeah, but don’t beat yourself up–look at the choices we had back then. Without PDJT in the race, we’d have been in the same, only deeper, shit in ’16. Now all I want is for all the Booshies to just sit down and STFU!

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    • I can’t look at GWB anymore either! I detest that man and everyone connected to him! At least with the Left we know who they are and what they stand for but these SOBs portray themselves as conservatives and are far more worthy of our scorn. What scoundrels!

      I read that Megyn Kelly’s new NBC show is tanking and is responsible for the falling ratings of the show that follows which frequently features Jenna Bush, daughter of GWB.
      Hmm…maybe it’s not all Meygn’s fault.

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  2. booger71 says:

    George..your daddy and granddaddy were traitors and possibly you if the truth ever comes out about 9-11. You must be proud that the stat up money for your family fortune came from war profiteering.

    Liked by 12 people

    • daizeez says:

      First time I heard the term, new world order, was from his daddy. I cringe when thinking of the Bush family.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Martin says:

      GHW is good reason former Agency people should never, ever be allowed near the Oval Office.

      Liked by 2 people

    • B Woodward says:

      President Bush and 9-11:
      Aug 6, 2001: President Bush was warned by US intelligence that bin Laden might be planning to hijack commercial airliners. The intelligence briefing specifically mentions the World Trade Center. The White House waits eight months after 9/11 to reveal this fact.

      Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Dr. Steve Pieczenik and 9-11:
      Dr. Pieczenik has 20 years of experience in resolving international crises for five US presidential administrations. The Jack Ryan character in the Tom Clancy novels was based on him. Pieczenik has stated that a top general told him that 9-11 was a false flag inside job and he is willing to testify in a federal court. Pieczenik said, “I taught stand down and false flag operations at the National War College, I’ve taught it with all my operatives so I knew exactly what was done to the American public.” 9-11 was a stand down, a false flag operation in order to mobilize the American public under false pretenses. 9-11 was a false flag operation committed by high officials in the Bush administration to gain public support for their radical plans for the Middle East.

      President-elect Donald Trump and 9-11:
      “First of all, the original 9-11 investigation is a total mess and has to be reopened. How do 2 planes take out 3 buildings in the same day?” “I never got my head around the fact that nothing is mentioned about the destruction of Building 7 in the 585-page document [The 9/11 Commission’s “Full and Complete Account of the Circumstances Surrounding the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks”].”
      http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/561076/donald-trump-9-11-investigation-terror-attack-revolution

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  3. MVW says:

    There was a time, a decade ago, that I did not know the real story of the Scrub family going back to financing Hitler, a true Nazi story. I know it now though.

    So, let me just say about the Scrub’s, they should all so what Hillary should be doing… Shut up and Go A way.

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  4. I’m SICK of the Bush’s Clinton’s and the Muslim Obummer and his heard.
    they ALL NEED HUNG FOR TREASON.

    Liked by 12 people

  5. Fedback says:

    Foolish guac bowl merchant

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  6. The Boss says:

    “W” is for wrong. “W” is also for whore. Isn’t that right, W?

    Liked by 8 people

  7. I love that our top leader is leading.
    And leading us out of the globalist prison and into a future where we can choose freedom!

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Atticus says:

    W, you’re the reason I’m an Independent.

    Liked by 7 people

  9. ibobland08 says:

    Kennedy America First? Thats a joke.

    Liked by 2 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      What do you think the “CIA” killed him for?

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      • Kroesus says:

        3 big reasons JFK was eliminated:

        1) he was looking at disbanding the CIA (pissed off IC)
        2) he was looking at getting us completely out of Vietnam (pissed off MIC)
        3) he had reneged on Daddy’s promise to the Mob and sicced Bobby on them (pissed off La Costra Nostra)

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  10. Just hearing his voice is revolting. Yuk.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Lulu says:

    What no one ever talks about is the upstanding Bush family all embrace Bill Clinton. That’s like Hollywood embracing Harvey Weinstein. The Bushs are shady people.

    Liked by 11 people

    • mimbler says:

      Not to mention they are also all tight with the Obama’s.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Colt Lending says:

      Can’t be said enough:

      It’s a big club and we ain’t in it.

      -Geo. Carlin

      It’s also been said in the CTH, but I’ll say it again:

      8 years of Constitutional over reaches and actions against our freedom and the Law of the Land and this Clown George Bush and a feckless Congres did nothing!

      Evidently, Mr. Bush’s cup of STFU is empty.

      There’s a new Sherriff in town Mr. Bush and he’s got one hell of a big posse behind him across the country.

      Liked by 4 people

  12. Coast says:

    This country has been “had” for a long time. I don’t always agree with President Trump, and sometimes he has conflicting messages and plays too nice with “The Swamp”, but without doubt he is unique and not a part of this Globalist garbage. Let’s hope the rapture comes soon but in the meantime Thank God for Trump.

    Liked by 4 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      I have no problem with what DJT does. Those conflicting messages you speak of are purposely orchestrated for the cause he so righteously defends and tirelessly works at for the good of us and this once proud nation.

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  13. Gil says:

    The anti-American uniparty in one photo:

    Liked by 19 people

  14. PgtSndThinker says:

    (I sure hope Europe sides with the US. It used to be such a nice place to visit.) Did I read that China recently restricted the use of cryptocurrency (bitcoin)?

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  15. txjohn says:

    You know…the Bush family will never go broke. Their millions will continue to roll in. It’s like the NFL owners…a few dozen million here & there…Hundreds more where that came from.

    So what is he protecting? What is he defending?
    I will always believe it’s the secrets…the collusion among globalist thieves & dictators that only gets hinted about & laughed at by the corporate media. It is the implicit wink & a nod deal making that enriches the few on the backs of the many…and they just don’t care. They trade lives & countries like I used to swap baseball cards.
    All the dystopian novels were meant to be fiction…but maybe they’re the goal.

    Liked by 7 people

    • albrevin says:

      I think he’s a dark-hearted soulless individual that can’t help but babble his BS.

      Liked by 4 people

    • LBB says:

      In part, protecting their enshrined legacies, just like hollywood was.

      Liked by 2 people

    • John Doe says:

      It’s kind of like Hollywood joking about Weinsten only on a GLOBAL level, and Americans are the victims. Half of us are fighting back and the other (loser half) stupidly think they’re in on it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      He is protecting his and others dreams of the breakdown of nations/societies for the purpose of the institution of a one world governing system. W, other high up politicians’ and multi-national corporate heads will be the so-called masters of the earth. Henceforth that is why we see the rise of populism/nationalism coming against them with attendant exposing of them and pushback thereof.

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  16. Jim Rogers says:

    Steve Bannon ~ please step-up and speak-out ~ be our Marcus Tullius Cicero ~ now!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  17. albrevin says:

    Bush is the worst. A complete fraud. Not conservative in the least. I think he’s a fraudulent Christian, as well. At the least, his theology is on an intellectual and biblical par with Al Sharpton’s.

    Liked by 6 people

    • mimbler says:

      Yes, he outed himself when he called himself a “compassionate conservative”. He meant as a liberal, he considered conservatives as mean and hard-hearted, and he was different than that.

      Liked by 4 people

    • redtreesquirrel says:

      I notice W’s wife, Laura, is open about her atheism now. She was all hush hush when George was President. How can he be such a strong Christian and have a wife so fervently against God?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        I hadn’t heard that about Laura Bush, but I did know she was much more liberal that GW. I also came to view their religious beliefs as apostasy.

        Liked by 2 people

      • starfcker says:

        Where are you getting that, red squirrel? Laura Bush is a Methodist, went to SMU I’m pretty sure

        Liked by 1 person

        • redtreesquirrel says:

          Laura Bush’s own lips. A video of an interview done with her recently. She also spoke of it while GW was still President. How have you never heard it?

          Liked by 1 person

        • USMCLt says:

          Methodists are full fledged social justice warriors now. Pick up a copy of their Book of Resolutions. It will be full of SJW concepts and terminology. Additionally, they are big time supporters of the National Council of Churches, a known Communist front organization. So, it is perfectly understandable that the Bush family would be Methodists. I believe that Hillary is a Methodist also.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            The upper echelons of UMC are definitely full on Christian progzis and SJWs, just as are the Roman Catlickers, Looterans, Whiskeypalians, and Prostiterians. The rank and file, not so much, though many will, of course follow the “top-down” dictates, even when completely anathema to Biblical truth. This is why it is so very very important to be sure we all read the Bible, in reputable translations, if we can’t read the original languages (which I certainly can’t) and be sure we’re not just accepting stuff that’s being shat on us from a great height. Disclaimer: I was born and remain Methodist, btw, but because of what Methodism was when John and Charles Wesley directly preached and taught the Bible and the chance that churches and the rank and file can return to that honest and true Christianity.

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            • Kroesus says:

              that is why an Independent Baptist Church is the way to go….not protestant as it predates the RCC and one that uses the KJV Bible……I do not know how you have convinced yourself it is so hard to read as it is written at a 6th grade level of comprehension…..ALL modern translations leave out important parts of the text remove words and verses and change the meaning by DESIGN…..the two biggest proponents and initiators of the NSV NASB and NIV among others were atheists and wanted to steer Christians AWAY from the worship of Jehovah God

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        • kiskiminetas says:

          The Methodist Church has two main branches United Methodist (liberal/modernistic) and Free Methodist (conservative/gospel centric). UMC has way more churches than FMC. (IF) W’s wife said that than it is UMC. W has been to Highland Park UMC, Dallas TX many times. This being the case Laura most likely is UMC.

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      • PDQ says:

        How can he be such a strong Christian…

        Sorry, but I don’t think he is. He was hired during his father’s campaign to woo the Chritian Right…that makes me ill…he is a phony, IMO. He was complicit in 9/11 and responsible for the horrible illegal invasion we are now suffering.

        He is 100% sold out luciferian globalist.

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  18. flova says:

    Every time a Bush or Clinton speaks, Trump supporters get stronger.

    Liked by 13 people

    • albrevin says:

      I remember well when candidate Trump looked at Jeb at the South Carolina debate and said “Your brother lied us into a war”….. Jeb was stunned that the truth was revealed. Candidate Trump walked it back the next day on Bill O’Reilly. However, I heard it, cheered it, admired it and knew right then and there I was voting for Donald Trump.

      I watched, listened and read the entire build-up to the Iraq War. It was one of the most dishonest things our government has ever done. And to intentionally lie, and it was done with intent, your country into a war is pure evil.

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    • lav48erne says:

      Amen

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  19. starfcker says:

    6 consecutive terms (probably 7) of presidential traitors. This should surprise noone. Another dumb f#ck bush yarbling on about the wonders of open borders and Chinese slavery. He’s a bush. That’s what they do. Go away.

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  20. FofBW says:

    IMO, with President Trump, our beautiful America is being given one more chance to re-instill the moral and political values our founding fathers fought for.

    May God bless us with the will and fortitude to see it through.

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  21. MR52 says:

    Well geez. Globalism sure worked well for Bush. Obviously, racial unity worked for Obama.
    A lousy executed war and a recession worst that the depression, come on. One thing I have to give Trump credit for, he sure has turned over a lot of rocks. Yea, the Uni-party is dead.

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    • H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

      Maybe dormant but not dead yet. If the Clinton/Russia debacle results in some convictions and Mueller-Comey-Rosenstein are neutered, the Uniparty’s corrupt GOPe members will retire….the Dems will flounder for decades and people like Tom Cotton and Jodi Ernst will become the future…….maybe…or at least I hope!

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    • yucki says:

      Just let’s keep these positive thoughts.
      and don't stop praying…

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  22. Rudy Bowen says:

    I’m sorry I EVER defended this dumb sob.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. thesavvyinvester says:

    Again PDJT is the antidote to to 28 yrs that were reigns of error. It is a return to 1988, and picking up were Reagan left off and what Buchanan and Perot, warned us about without getting into their issues or flaws. The Rest Belt Rebellion ( OH, MI, PA, WI, IN ) continues and they can’t handle the axis and center of gravity changes of power to Trumpian/Mud West values. Sucks to be them, and Go MAGA!!!

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Again PDJT is the antidote to 28 yrs that were reigns of error. It is a return to 1988, and picking up were Reagan left off and what Buchanan and Perot, warned us about without getting into their issues or flaws. The Rust Belt Rebellion ( OH, MI, PA, WI, IN ) continues and they can’t handle the axis and center of gravity changes of power to Trumpian/Mid West values. Sucks to be them, and Go MAGA!!!

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Try “Mud West ” and Southern values

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  24. Crawl back into your hole, Failed president

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  25. Pam says:

    Many of you have seen this video but some may have not. This is the video where the Trump presidency prophecy was first made public. One item of interest in this video was a comment that the interviewer from Tru News made to Mark Taylor. It was an interview that Newt did with Hannity where the subject came up about why Trump faced so much ridicule from the media and the establishment politicians. As Rick Wiles noted during his interview with Mark Taylor, Newt’s comment sort of went over Hannity’s head. The statement Newt made to Hannity was that Trump never took the oath or as we shall say the secret oath.

    One recent comment that Mark Taylor made that has really stuck with me is that our past presidents were taking orders from high up so to speak and he made it very clear that POTUS is not which can partially explain why Sundance is always saying there are trillions of dollars at stake. Boy how true that is!

    btw, we used to have tons of pics of 43 during his presidency, but when the family started attacking POTUS and we started to find out how corrupt this family truly is, the pictures were torn up and thrown in the trash!

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    • HolyLoly says:

      Mark Taylor is only one of many different ministers who were shown that the Lord had chosen Trump and that Trump would win. I know of about eight others who said the same thing and I knew they were telling the truth. That is part of the reason so many evangelicals supported Trump even though he had a past that many frowned upon.

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  26. PDQ says:

    I must re-post…best retort I can give:

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  27. Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

    I can’t stand the criminal Bushies, let alone Dubya. Entire corrupt family starting with Prescott Bush. There is no difference between the Clintons and the Bushies. Thank God for PDJT!!

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  28. Lauren says:

    I am truly disappointed and that’s why I consider myself a conservative and have no affiliation with the Republicans. Establishment Republicans can take a long walk off of a short pier. Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowsky, McCain, Jeb Bush and now George W. Bush, Karl Rove shame on all of you. SHAME!

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  29. Trumppin says:

    I remember all too well being called a conspiracy nutjob for saying the entire bush family was NWO… my how times change

    Today was doubly sweet as I scanned the vast universe of twitter to see that i was no longer a NWO conspiracy Theorist Nut Job…

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  30. angusmcgeef says:

    For GW Bush to come out (noteworthy he didn’t speak during Obama’s terms) speaks volumes that President Trump is leading Americans in the right direction. The globalists are crumbling before our eyes and through GWB, we’re hearing their last gasps!

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  31. MaineCoon says:

    Each time these globalist traitors to us Americans speaks they dig their grave deeper. 43 is just too stupid to know he should have continued to keep his mouth shut. Tells me just how desperate they are to drag him out of mothballs. Thank God 41 is too incapacitated to be dragged out. Surprised Chaney wasn’t propping 43 up.

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    • filia.aurea says:

      Never forget the Bush cartel’s globalist surrogates on Murdoch’s Fox news. That network is going to get buried just like the others. I’m waiting for a new broadcast license to be issued, and the introduction of a Sundance News Network. That’s what the U.S.A. needs right now – a mass awakening, an official alternative news network that can’t be censored by unelected behemoths.

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      • Dobegirl says:

        I’ve heard that is what Bannon is planning.
        But you’re right, a Sundance News Network would be awesome.
        Are you listening Sundance?

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  32. dodo says:

    Globalism is double talk for a return to worldwide tribal warfare

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  33. Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

    What do we call ourselves now? I can’t say I’m a Republican. The establishment used to define what conservatism was. But now we Trumpers have a different view of what conservatism really means. The establishment GOP gave us Karl Rove “the architect.” Bill Kristol, and the other lunatics, neocon loons. This past summer I read the Roger Stone Jeb book, and then also some other books Stone listed that explored the shady dealings of the Bush family. We sure were manipulated by the GOP and the establishment. Never again!

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  34. itswoot says:

    My support for George W. Bush (I voted for him twice) has been like a long, slow retreat.

    G. Bush had his “Mission Accomplished” moment aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln. I’ve now had a “Retreat Accomplished” moment of my own.

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  35. Bob says:

    I simply MUST take the time to go down to the county registrar and reverse my Republican registration that I established during the primary specifically to vote for Trump in the primary. I had abandon that party previously just after the reelection of Obama after having been a registered Republican since 1968. I really don’t want to be considered a Republican.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      You should wait until the 2020 election is over 😉

      Liked by 2 people

    • HonorDefendBuckeye says:

      Neither do I, but in my community, the primaries are key, and that’s where the vote is critical. Make your own assessment, but the primaries are the key 2018 battles.

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    • Q&A says:

      Use your Republican registration to vote in the primary for as many MAGA republicans at all levels of government positions (local, state, national). Registered Independents often can’t vote in the primaries, so you won’t be able to throw out the incumbent RINOs for the MAGA candidates.

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    • filia.aurea says:

      I refuse to be placed in a box according to the Uniparty’s definition. Although I’m registered as a Republican, I will not financially support the GOP going forward. Many republicans in Congress are more lethal to President Trump’s agenda than the democrats. This whole two party system is a farce. I agree with Bannon on one thing, incumbent politicians have to go, especially Lyin’ Ted Cruz, and all the “dual-citizen” types that lord over us in Congress. What we need is a Constitution Party, led by Trump.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Need to know your state election laws. Need to be able to give POTUS best possible Congresscritters to support him.

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  36. Abster says:

    I just have zero respect for this family. He is definitely one of “them.”

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  37. Matt says:

    Amazing how Bush couldn’t find one single thing to criticise Obama about in eight years, but when we finally have a President that actually cares and feels for America and her people, he sides with global interests instead of America first. What a puke, go back and cut sage brush at your ranch.

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  38. imprimipotest says:

    Anyone who is a true citizen of this great Republic, who really wants to improve conditions for humanity at large and care for this earth that Providence so generously granted to us as our home, will always and in every instance place the well-being and security of these United States of America first and foremost.

    The Bushes and those of their ilk (and the list is long, far too long) ultimately have only cared about their own privileged status, their own security and wealth, and their totally undeserved influence and power over others.

    GOD Bless These United States of America.

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  39. All American Snowflake says:

    I see Sundance pointed out that Dubya did not speak out during the Obama Administration. Now do you see which side Dubya is on?

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  40. Jim says:

    Notice the America First pic in Sundance’s article. Now look at the source in the lower right hand corner. This is our future coming at you progressives one and all. It is coming at you with the speed of the Trump train. You either get out of the way or in the words of the late, great Elvis Presley, “I’m a steamroller baby and I’m gonna roll all over you.” MAGA!

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    • yucki says:

      What’s wrong with this picture?
      JFK.

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      • Beverly says:

        JFK was the biggest Nothing president; a profoundly wicked man, a rapist like his fanboy Billy Jeff Clinton, and he was painted in false colors as a hero and propped up by the Establishment powerbrokers. His dad was an evil man, a mafia type who made his money in crime and bootlegging and was a whoremaster as well: Joe Kennedy supported Hitler so openly that even FDR couldn’t stomach him, and fired him as the ambassador to Great Britain. Joe Kennedy, along with the unbelievably corrupt Chicago pols, STOLE the election in 1960 from Richard Nixon. Nixon knew it, but unlike Al Gore (whose election WASN’T stolen) Nixon decided not to tear the country apart.

        Kennedys are the most jumped-up corrupt pieces of trash. And Ted Kennedy, Another serial rapist (what is it with the Dims rooting for rapists all the time?) as well as a Murderer, and an evil man who committed high Treason by secretly conniving with the Soviet Union during Reagan’s term, to castrate America and make sure we had no nuclear deterrent!!!

        Kennedys. Spit!

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        • yucki says:

          Massachusetts, their feudal estate. Skeletons rejoice with each death. You can hear the hounds of hell on a quiet night in Brookline.

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  41. does he have an email twitter account? I would like to send him a piece of my mind! Shameful to say I voted for this idiot twice!

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  42. Bush’s father H.W. signed the United Nations Agenda 21 agreement (Now Sustainable Development) in Rio in 1992. 178 countries signed. It is the basic document justifying the New World Order. Pelosi tried to make it offical in Congress but failed. You can find the video on UTUBE of her and others efforts to do so.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtCZ5HKr-qI She has been a radical since day 1 (IMHO). Keep in mind Rio is the area many Nazi’s escaped to.

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    • Beverly says:

      Daddy Bush also griped that Reagan’s pro-American free market economic policy was “voodoo economics.” That corrupt old booger couldn’t hold a candle to the Reagan boom: he wasn’t fit to wipe Dutch’s boots.

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  43. Icestation3 says:

    George W Bush is a progressive. The globalist agenda to eliminate national borders and promote mass-migration is a major part of the collectivist progressive agenda. But lets mislabel the actions of our ideology enemy because blaming greedy capitalists makes you feel better.

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  44. Sunshine says:

    Who’s paying him? I think the Saudis.
    Yes, those Saudis who welcomed President Trump in full regalia. The only way to deal with these people is through fear and they fear Trump.

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    • Beverly says:

      Bush is the guy who made SURE that all the rotten stinking Saudis, you know, those Wonderful Folks who brought us the September 11th massacres! were flown out of Boston on their own dedicated airliner on 9-12, at our expense!!!

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  45. trapper says:

    “IMF’s steering committee warned that global growth is at risk of faltering in coming years”

    You bet it is, because “global growth” is just code for growth of third world national economies at the expense of the US via wealth transfers to them from the US through global trade and climate agreements. The left never gets it. It is not a zero sum game. But their solutions always mirror their faulty analysis: charity and giveaways. So what you get is $1.8 billion transferred to Iran, who do what with it? Invest internally? Nope. They go on an international shopping spree. They’ll be broke again in another couple years even without further sanctions.

    “what appears on the horizon is a financial system where the U.S. dollar is the currency of allies, and crypto-currencies are the currency of adversaries.”

    I wouldn’t lose too much sleep over this. In other words, if they can’t suck the life blood out of the US economy they will tantrumize their trading amongst themselves by denominating it in old buttons, bits of string, and bottle caps.

    “However, hidden well behind the narratives we discover the motives, the real motives. There are trillions of dollars at stake and control over the masses therein by a few hand-selected control agents.”

    Hmmmmm. “and control over the masses therein by a few hand-selected control agents.” Do I detect an addition? Indeed. It’s not just the money. Some might say it’s not about the money at all, but ONLY about control, that money is just a way to get control, and those who only chase money are the easiest to control.

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    • Tom says:

      The IMF missed the point – as Americans, we don’t care about GLOBAL growth, we care about American growth. And note the reference to inflation controlling global growth – that’s the lie they sell so convincingly, that inflation = growth. A kindergartner ought to know that inflation simply covers up for no growth or the theft/skimming by the elites.

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  46. What is termed as “globalism” is simply groups of international cartels who’s goals are to create oligopolies which enables them to sell produced goods back to consumers at the highest prices the individual countries will bear.

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  47. gamecock123 says:

    Shizz like this is why Trump won!

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  48. TwoLaine says:

    What a pig. What little respect I had remaining for him just went out the door.

    Think about it. They are both being deployed at the same time. The Kenyan Impostor is supposed to be campaigning, which one thinks he would know by now that’s a bad idea. When they lose again, BIGLY, his faux reputation will suffer, again.

    They are both irrelevant. Always were, always will be. BAD apples. They each brought us MAMMOTH LIES. One the NSA and the lack of the PROMISED WALL, and the other ObamaNightmareCare. They both stole our grandchildren’s futures and left us ALL with MASSIVE DEBT. They can rot in h311.

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  49. SR says:

    Bush gave Obama to us. People were so angry on Bush that Obama got free ride in general election 2008. Obama should thanks to Bush.

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  50. YvonneMarie says:

    I love your picture of the 3 most precious presidents in recent history.
    They love their country.
    They love God!
    Thank you.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Would’ve preferred Eisenhower over Kennedy–truthfully, Kennedy did almost nothing of merit and was responsible for solidification of Cuba as a Soviet satellite and thus also for the missile crisis. In truth they all have feet of clay, but at least Ike and Reagan had and PDJT has a true heart and mind.

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      • Tom says:

        Kennedy tried to bring us US Notes instead of Federal Reserve Notes. Sovereign cash instead of sovereign debt. That would be a real accomplishment if Trump could pull that off, after all these years of the Federal NoReserve skimming the wealth of hard working average Americans via debasement..

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