Document Shows Trump Does Actually Plan To Build A Wall
A document inadvertently leaked after it was caught on camera proves that Donald Trump does plan to rapidly build a border wall, confounding pundits who have claimed it was all just rhetoric. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, an expert on border security and legal immigration, met with Trump on Sunday in New Jersey. Kobach was holding a file of papers, one of which was snapped by a media photographer from a distance.
It is entitled “Department of Homeland Security Kobach Strategic Plan For First 365 Days”. When zoomed in, the paper reads that “in addition to 386 miles of existing wall” there is a further “1989 miles planned for rapid build.” According to Trump’s past statements, the total length of the wall wouldn’t need to run the whole 2,000 miles of the border due to natural barriers. It now appears that his border wall plan will cover the entire length of the border and may even overcompensate. The document flies in the face of claims by Hillary supporters and media pundits that Trump’s promise to build a wall was just hot air.
At the start of the year, left-wing website Crooks and Liars snarked, “Well, Trump supporters, hate to break it to you, but there is not going to be a wall,” claiming that the idea was just a ruse to rally audiences at his campaign speeches. The Street.com also published an article back in April entitled Here’s Why Donald Trump’s Mexico Wall Will Never, Ever Happen. Just yesterday, the L.A. Times reported that “Trump spent more than a year promising to build a wall,” but that he hasn’t mentioned it since he won the presidency. In May, The insignificant Glenn Beck confidently predicted that Trump would not build the wall. “One way or another, he’s not going to build the wall. And if he does, then I’ll apologize to him on that day, but he’s not going to build that wall and Mexico is not going to pay for it. And if he does, I will apologize on that day,” said the inconsequential Beck.
Signs In Russia Of The Medjugorje Prophecy Unfolding ?
Signs in Russia? Medjugorje Prophecy Unfolding ? “We see how people in Russia are starting to believe, this phenomenon is truly historic. The Church is being restored, young people are being converted” The Queen of Peace, at Medjugorje revealed an astonishing prediction about Russia to the six young visionaries on November 1, 1981. In 1981, the Soviet Union was still very much an atheist state – at war with Christianity. The Pope was a real threat to the totalitarian regime. So much so that the Soviet Union planned to kill Pope John Paul II. The assassination attempt occurred on May 13, 1981, an anniversary date of the first appearance of the Virgin Mary at Fatima. One month after the attempt on the Pope’s life, the Virgin Mary began to appear at Medjugorje.
Then six months after that the Virgin Mary spoke about the future of Russia. In a brief message to the visionaries, She said: “Russia will come to glorify God the most, the West has made civilization progress, but without God and acts as if they are their own creator”. It is incredible to think that in 1981 the Virgin Mary would speak about a time in the future when the Soviet Union would disappear and return to its roots as the country of “Russia” and that Russia would experience a spiritual revival unforeseen by the entire world. “Russia will come to glorify God the most” is this “The Great Prophecy” of Medjugorje?
The global elite have launched a propaganda war against nationalist and populist political parties, demonizing those who oppose globalism as “authoritarian populists.” With many rejecting the artificial “left vs. right” paradigm in favor of a broad repudiation of the corporate-backed global elite and their allies in major political parties across the world, proponents of globalism are now seeking to demonize those anti-
The British polling organization YouGov, along with David Sanders, Britain’s Regius Professor of Political Science at the University of Essex, conducted a study across twelve European countries to gauge the level of popular support for a new political ideology dubbed “authoritarian populism.” “Back in the 1980s, the use of a new academic term became common among some political scientists when describing the politics of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher: ‘authoritarian populism’ (AP),” noted Joe Twyman, the head of political and social research at YouGov. “This term was based on the theory that they and their supporters shared a core set of attitudes: cynicism over human rights, anti-immigration, an anti-EU position in Britain, and favouring a strong emphasis on defence as part of wider foreign policy.” The principal foundations of “authoritarian populism” are, according to globalist experts: anti-human rights, anti-European Union, anti-immigrant, and pro-strong foreign policy. However, the pollsters at YouGov admitted their methodology for identifying “authoritarian populists” is based as much on the pollster’s personal judgment as on any discernible fact.
“Inevitably, the interpretation and grouping of results of this type is as much an art as a science, so the results involve the analyst’s own judgement,” the poll’s methodology noted. According to the poll, 48% of British voters hold “authoritarian populist” views. The overwhelming majority of those voters, unsurprisingly, belong to UKIP, the nationalist political party that spearheaded the successful campaign for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. The mainstream media has heaped praise on Angela Merkel, “an unlikely stalwart for liberalism in the West,” hoping she will be able to beat back rising support for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in her bid for a fourth term as Chancellor. In France, 63% of those polled were found to be open to authoritarian populism. The attempt to paint anti-globalist French voters as authoritarians is a concerted attempt to drive down support for the National Front’s presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, who has risen sharply in the polls as support for the current Socialist President Francois Hollande plummet. “With one of the EU’s two most integral members now led by a far right anti-EU president, a Le Pen victory could very well lead to dramatic consequences for the European Union,” suggested Twyman. With the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, the successful “Brexit” vote in the United Kingdom, and growing opposition to globalism in France and Germany, the global elite have adopted a long-held strategy of those with failing ideas: demonizing those who oppose corporate-dominated globalism as racist, xenophobic authoritarians.
Egyptian Government Favors Trump, Fears Clinton Will Support Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt favors Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in the race to become the next president, fearing that a Democratic victory will be a “catastrophe” for the region as it will “arouse” the Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamic State, an examination of the government press shows. Even though the Egyptian government has officially said it has “nothing to do with” the outcome of the election, there have been abundant statements made by Egyptian President Abd Al-Fattah Al-Sisi and senior officials that reflect the regime’s strong preference for Trump. Following Al-Sisi’s meetings with both presidential candidates, media reports from the Egyptian government press translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) indicate that the president’s meeting with Trump was a warmer, friendlier and more open encounter than his appointment with Clinton. Trump was praised for commending Egypt on its tough stance on terror and promised that under a Trump administration, the U.S. would be “a loyal friend to Egypt” and not simply an ally. Trump’s foreign policy adviser Walid Phares described the meeting as “historic” and said that Trump was committed to “restoring the warmth to U.S.-Egypt relations, which are presently in a very difficult phase,” Egypt’s Al-Masri Al-Yawm noted. Al Watan reported that Trump also promised Al-Sisi to promote legislation designating the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. This is in stark contrast with Clinton, who is viewed with suspicion due to her past support for the protests against Hosni Mubarak’s regime and her disapproval of Al-Sisi’s ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood figure Muhammad Morsi in 2013. The government daily Al-Ahram claimed that Clinton’s personal aide, Huma Abedin, is a member of the Brotherhood and serves as Clinton’s liaison with the organization. Al-Ahram editor Muhammad Abd Al-Hadi Allam described Trump as “a strong candidate who has proved his eligibility to [be president] throughout the campaign.” Columnist Rania Hefny opined in Al-Ahram that Clinton’s foreign policy will be even more “inflexible than Obama’s” and warned that if she were to be elected, it would arouse the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization and the Gulf state of Qatar, as well as ISIS – in whose creation she participated – and the focus will be on exporting the conflict to many other Middle East nations. “You would do well to remember that Hillary Clinton supported the escalation of the war in Afghanistan and pushed for the ongoing U.S. military presence in Iraq. She helped plan the attack on Libya and encouraged Obama to bomb Syria without obtaining the support of the [UN] Security Council,” Hefny wrote. “Beware, beware, beware,” she added.
Pro-regime journalist Wael Al-Abrashi agreed, telling viewers of his show on Dream TV that Egyptians tend to support Trump because of Clinton’s known support for the Muslim Brotherhood. Egyptian Member of Parliament and head of the Foreign Relations Committee Ahmed Gad said that Clinton’s poor record as secretary of state caused innumerable problems for Egypt. Gad even labelled Clinton a liar. Regarding Trump, Gad wrote in Al-Masri Al-Yawm that “if elected president, he will uproot the Muslim Brotherhood spirit from the White House and purge the [U.S.] State Department of it. … Trump will never support the Muslim Brotherhood.” In September, Gad told Breitbart News that “90 percent of Egyptians would prefer Trump because he will not cooperate with terrorists.” On his show on Sada Al-Balad TV, journalist Ahmed Moussa lamented that the U.S. media supports Clinton and ignores “that poor guy” Trump, and accused Clinton and President Barack Obama of “rigging the election.” Acting editor of the daily Al-Yawm Al-Sabi, Karim Abd Al-Salam, wrote that if Clinton won she would continue the “chaos of the Obama years,” while Trump would cooperate with Egypt in combating terror and extremism. Al-Sisi’s meeting with Clinton was “restrained,” Al-Salam noted, and his meeting with Trump “was totally different.” “Trump focused on the one topic that unites Cairo and Washington: the struggle against the shared enemy of extremism and terrorism. [Trump] explicitly committed to work together with the Egyptian leadership in order to overcome this danger, while Clinton did not address [this issue at all], even though terrorist attacks have reached New York,” Al-Salam wrote, adding that a Clinton “administration will provide to violent and extremist organizations, chiefly the Muslim Brotherhood and Jabhat Al-Nusra.” Al-Ahram editor Muhammad Sabreen claimed that while Trump will focus on joining forces with Egypt on the war on terror, Clinton will “blackmail” the Egyptian regime “into bringing the political Islamic organizations [back] into Egypt’s political arena.” Al-Watan columnist Imad Al-Din Adib slammed Clinton’s hypocrisy, saying she “bemoans the human rights situation in Egypt, but not the crushing human destruction in Syria! What standards does Ms. Hillary have?!”
Following shocking news Friday that Clinton campaign chair John Podesta participates in weird occult rituals involving semen, breast milk and menstrual blood, it’s important to revisit information relayed by Clinton insider Larry Nichols last year in which he claimed Hillary regularly attended witch gatherings during Bill’s presidency. In a mini-documentary shot exclusively by Infowars dubbed “The New Clinton Chronicles,” Nichols commented on Hillary’s fascination and participation with the Satanic occult. Nichols recounted to Infowars last year a conversation he had with Bill Clinton, who told him Hillary was part of a witch’s coven that met in California.
“I know nothing about the Bohemian Grove with Bill,” Nichols told infowars. “I know about once a month Hillary would go out to Los Angeles. And she did it so regular that it became a bit of an issue trying to.. ‘Why’s she always going?’” “Bill told me that she was going out there, she and a group of women, and she would be a part of a witch’s church. Man, when Bill told me that, she could have hit me with a baseball bat.
I tried to point out to him, ‘Do you realize what would happen if that got out?’ Of course my job was to make sure it didn’t get out.” “Now I don’t know the day, if Hillary still partakes in the witch ritual, I don’t know that I even know what the ritual was. But for the better part of many years, Hillary would go quite often, whether it was regularly once a month, or maybe once every couple of months, she would go out on the weekend simply to be a part of it.” During Bill Clinton’s tenure as POTUS, Hillary also held seances attempting to speak to the dead according to journalist Bob Woodward.
Minnesota High School Students Choose Trump In Statewide Mock Election
Minnesota high school students have chosen Donald Trump as President in a statewide mock election. More than 77,000 students from 213 high schools have taken part in the election so far, and the first round of results came in Tuesday morning. The Republican ticket with Donald Trump and Mike Pence narrowly defeated Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine 35 to 33 percent. The Trump/Pence ticket received 26,930 votes and the Clinton/Kaine ticket received 25,333 votes. More high schools have scheduled their mock elections between now and Election Day, and the results will be updated at that time. Secretary of State Steve Simon said the exercise is about getting good voting habits started early. "We want students to think of themselves as voters even before they can vote because then they will vote, and if they vote, they will likely make it a lifelong habit," he said.