Skip to comments.Watch – Pat Buchanan: ‘Trend Worldwide’ is National Sovereignty, Not Bush’s ‘New World Order’
Posted on 10/01/2018 1:01:34 AM PDT by 867V309
Populist conservative author and columnist Pat Buchanan says the trend worldwide is toward President Trumps worldview of national sovereignty and away from the Bush dynastys desired New World Order.
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GLOBALISTS are k-put.
Pretty clear that Pat has more brains than the rest of that room, combined. His command of history is off the charts, his mind is clear.
He was basically Trump, 40 years ago.
I’m reading his book Suicide of a Superpower now.
One can only hope but these people never give up. Someone once said that “eternal vigilance is the price of liberty”. We can never relax and presume that those who would enslave us are ever going to rest or give up. I do believe that they are that far along with their plans at present that they are once again prepared to go to war with those that oppose them or try to take down your President. The US may be the only country that is able to stand in between those people and their goals. Even your country like my own has so many people who just don’t want to know or who have already drank the kool aid!
Move them all to the Middle East.
One reason IMO that the Soros Globalists have failed to take down Trump is that they have too many other fires breaking out all over the globe. Salena Zito is right. This movement is WAY bigger than Trump, and will continue to be a force after he’s gone.
And he was rejected because he was antisemitic or something. Guess teenage girls wouldn't work for some reason. He and his supporters were banned here you might recall.
“Move them all to the Middle East”.
Yes a bit of reverse “immigration” would be a good thing!
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