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  • Soros Prepares For Trump War

    11/14/2016 6:53:42 AM PST · by Enlightened1 · 87 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 11/14/16 | Christian Datoc
    George Soros and his fellow liberal mega-donors are currently readying the post-Hillary Clinton Democratic party to oppose President-Elect Donald Trump. According to Politico, Soros and other key members of the so-called “Democracy Alliance” met in Washington, DC at the Mandarin Oriental hotel on Sunday for the first day of the group’s three-day investment conference. The Democracy Alliance has funneled upwards of $500 million toward liberal activist groups and candidates since Soros co-founded the group in 2005. DA requires all members — which in 2016 includes more than 100 “finance titans” — to donate at least $200,000 a year to approved activist groups.  ...
  • JENKINS: The absurdity, hypocrisy and moral bankruptcy of multiculturalism

    10/07/2017 8:10:52 PM PDT · by 11th_VA · 23 replies ^ | Oct 6, 2017 | Rob Jenkins
    As Americans, theres much we can learn from other cultures. In fact, one of the best things about this country is the way we incorporate so many wonderful aspects of so many different cultures, from food and music to clothing and customs. If thats what multiculturalism meant, it would indeed be a good thing. Unfortunately, its not, at least for progressives. To them, multiculturalism is the idea that all cultures are equal that no culture is superior to any other. Thats patently absurd. Its obvious to any intellectually honest person that western culture, rooted in Judeo-Christian values, has given...
  • The Answer to the World's Problems Immigration to America

    01/25/2010 8:54:46 AM PST · by AuntB · 27 replies · 1,013+ views
    CIS ^ | Jan. 24, 2010 | Mark Kirkorian
    For the second time to three days, the Washington Post has an op-ed calling on us to help Haiti by reducing the number of Haitians living there. Elliott Abrams' piece, which I critiqued here on Friday, was wrongheaded in calling for substantial increases in Haitian immigration but at least it didn't reject American sovereignty. On the other hand, this most recent piece, by tranzi economist Michael Clemens at the Center for Global Development, is remarkable as an example of forthright post-Americanism. For instance: "We do know, however, why many individual Haitians are poor. For a large number, there is a...
  • The Tranzi March towards EU Tyranny is no long a secret

    05/28/2008 3:47:06 PM PDT · by rmlew · 7 replies · 46+ views
    NYC Right ^ | May 28, 2009 | Ron Lewenberg
    Most Americans have little to no understanding of the European Union. Founded under tripartite coal and steel trade negotiations, many viewed the EU as a free trade agreement that promotes liberty. Others see it as the European version of the United States. This fundamental misunderstanding has led American Presidents from George HW Bush to his son, to all of the current major candidates for president to support the EU, and in the case of President George W Bush to push for its expansion into Turkey. Whatever the EU began as, it most certainly is not a free market anything. The...
  • Republicans form a new plot to rig the 2008 election (Mega-BARF Alert!)

    12/03/2007 3:46:37 AM PST · by NCDragon · 85 replies · 243+ views
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer ^ | November 30, 2007 | JOHANN HARI
    In the long, hot autumn of 2000, the world was shocked by the contempt for democracy shown by the Republican Party. They knew their man had lost the popular vote to Al Gore by half a million votes. They knew the majority of voters in Florida itself had pulled a lever for Gore. But they fought -- amid the confetti of hanging chads -- to stop the state's votes being counted, and to ensure that the Supreme Court imposed George W. Bush on the nation. Today, that contempt for democracy is on display again. In California right now, there is...
  • Afterword to "Yellow Eyes"

    11/25/2007 5:41:00 AM PST · by Mr170IQ · 14 replies · 79+ views
    Yellow Eyes ^ | 2007 | John Ringo and Tom Kratman
    ... The West itself has largely fallen under the control of civilization Dr. Kevorkians. Some call them "Tranzis." "Tranzi" is short for "Transnational Progressive" or "Transnational Progressivism." For a more complete account of their program, look up John O'Sullivan's Gulliver's Travails or some of what Stephen den Beste has written on the subject. You might, dear reader, also look at John Fonte's The Ideological War within the West. Lastly, for purposes of this little essay, look up Lee Harris' The Intellectual Origins of America Bashing. These should give you a good grounding in Tranzism: its motives, goals and operating techniques....
  • New UN co-ordinator for the Middle East (ex-BBC!!!!)

    05/15/2007 11:32:21 PM PDT · by ScaniaBoy · 6 replies · 506+ views
    Svenska Dagbladet ^ | May 16, 2007 | TT, Reuters
    The Brit Michael Williams has been appointed as the United Nations' Middle East co-ordinator. He will be placed in Jeruslaem. Williams will be UN's envoy to the Palestinian Authority and PLO (!) and also towards the so called Quartet - EU, UN, Russia and the US. Williams is presently advisor to UN General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon on questions regarding the Middle East, and has previously worked for two former UK foreiegn secretaries; Robin Cook and Jack Straw. He has had high positions in the UN peace-keeping forces in Cambodia and in former Yugoslavia. Before his employment with the BBC Williams...
  • Secret Agenda: Law of the Sea Treaty Will Provide Key Elements of World Government

    05/25/2005 4:18:06 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 37 replies · 2,511+ views
    America' ^ | Cliff Kincaid
    Saying that the Joint Chiefs and combatant commanders strongly support ratification of the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST), General Richard B. Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has stated that the measure ensures the ability of the US Armed Forces to operate freely across the vast expanse of the worlds oceans under the authority of widely recognized and accepted international law. [1] But would our military leaders support the treaty if they knew that the activists behind it were also instrumental in promoting the International Criminal Court (ICC), which could prosecute and imprison American troops and military...
  • The Idealogical War Within the West < Agenda of UN EU US Transnational Elites >

    10/10/2004 3:09:43 PM PDT · by Helms · 11 replies · 548+ views
    American Diplomacy ^ | WATCH ON THE WEST, Volume 3, Number 6, May 2002. | John Fonte
    In this preview of an article due for publication in the Summer issue of FPRIs Orbis, the author takes a markedly conservative position on a controversial question that has arisen since September 11, 2001. He suggests there has arisen a conflict within the democratic world between liberal democracy and transnational progressivism, between democrats and what he calls post-democrats. Countering views, anyone? Ed. Nearly a year before the September 11 attacks, news stories provided a preview of the transnational politics of the future. In October 2000, in preparation for the UN Conference Against Racism, about fifty American nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) called...
  • America's Global Role - Why the Fight for a Worldwide Open Society Begins at Home

    01/13/2004 10:52:40 AM PST · by highlander_UW · 17 replies · 170+ views
    May 27, 2003At the invitation of thenDean Paul Wolfowitz, I delivered a commencement address at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies in Washington. I spoke about my vision for a global open society and Wolfowitz, now deputy secretary of defense, seemed to be on the same wavelength. We had both participated in a small group called The Action Council for the Balkans, which was agitating for a more muscular policy against Slobodan Milosevic. We advocated military intervention in Bosnia much sooner than it happened. I remember a lively exchange with Colin Powell when I questioned the Powell...
  • 'New Civics' Means 'Global Governance'

    10/28/2003 4:57:22 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 32 replies · 247+ views ^ | October 28, 2003 | Tom DeWeese
    The Declaration of Independence is quite clear about where government power is supposed to come from. It says, "...Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed." In other words, the people of the United States give power to the government. Government does not have the power to "grant" our rights. Where does such an idea come from? According to the Declaration, such ideas are "self-evident." Or, in the language of today's youth, "DUH!" Given that the Declaration of Independence is one of the two most important documents in the history of the United...
  • Nation Busting: The trouble with globalism

    05/30/2003 5:06:12 PM PDT · by rmlew · 8 replies · 475+ views
    The American Conservative ^ | June 2, 2003 issue | Robert Locke
    Nation Busting The trouble with globalismBy Robert Locke Globalism is a central issue of our time, but its definition has become slippery. It is confused with globalization, an error that globalists deliberately encourage. The two are fundamentally different: globalization is an historical process, a fact of how things are, but globalism is an ideology, a set of opinions about how things ought to be. Globalism is the ideology that advocates the liquidation of nations. Its opposite is nationalism. Globalization, on the other hand, is not an ideology at all. Ultimately, it is just the growth of communications and trade, and...
  • Forget the U.N.

    10/26/2002 11:29:07 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 5 replies · 128+ views ^ | October 24, 2002 | Henry Lamb
    The current impasse at the U.N. Security Council is a perfect example of why the United States cannot allow the U.N. to determine our policy or our actions. Both France and Russia object to the U.S.-proposed resolution authorizing the disarming of Iraq. A spokesman for the United Nations Association of the United States of America actually blames the impasse on the U.S. criticizing the U.S. for submitting a proposal that threatens the international system they have worked so hard to create. Here is the question: Should the United States foreign policy be subject to the approval of the U.N.,...
  • United Nations - Supreme Moral Authority?

    10/26/2002 10:32:35 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 13 replies · 480+ views ^ | Oct. 23, 2002 | James Humes
    When did the United Nations become the supreme moral authority of the world? One might advance such a proposition if most of the organization were represented by democratic governments, but that is not the case. Of the 191 nations in the United Nations only about 40 percent (85 countries) are democratic societies that enjoy political rights and civil liberties. The rest are either controlled by dictators or by a one-party government. In 48 of the nations, dictators wield an iron hand. Thirty-five percent of the world's population is subjugated by those totalitarian governments. Fifty-nine other countries are controlled by one-party...
  • Nazis and Commies and Tranzis... Oh My!

    08/30/2002 1:58:16 PM PDT · by Richard Poe · 29 replies · 718+ views ^ | August 30, 2002 | Richard Poe
    FIRST THERE WAS COMMUNISM. Then Fascism. Then Nazism. Then Communism again. Now theres a new ideology in town. Its called Tranzi-ism. Like previous "isms," Tranzi-ism has the potential to plunge our world into a howling maelstrom of war, poverty and dictatorship. Yet, weirdly, most Tranzis dont even know they are Tranzis. Some call themselves "progressives." Some affect free-market sympathies. Some espouse a "Third Way" between communism and capitalism. Dont be fooled. They are Tranzis, one and all. Tranzi stands for Transnational Progressive a term coined by Hudson Institute researcher John Fonte, in a new article entitled, "The Ideological War...