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Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by poncho, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    By Paul McGuire
    February 1, 2016

    The entrance of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders into the political debate has shaken up the status quo of both political parties and the stranglehold they have over the elections and the media. Although it has always been true, more Americans today than ever before are beginning to see how the political establishment of both parties represent the interests of a powerful global elite and not the interests of the average voter.

    Although Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have completely different political and economic philosophies, both of these men are not the “bought and paid for” candidates that dominate both political parties. Both Trump and Sanders are not afraid to attack the globalist trade treaties that are destroying the middle class of America and enriching the globalist elite. It is these trade treaties which are the single most important issue in this election, and all of the other issues which may have importance are subordinate to this one because the trade treaty issue is about “following the money,” which controls all the other issues.

    A new study from Tufts University exposes the glowing claims of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), predicting that the TPP will cause the loss of another 450,000 jobs in the US by 2025. All the Republican and Democratic Party candidates with exception of Sanders and Trump seem perfectly fine with this massacre of the American middle class. The globalists want to destroy America as we know it and merge it into a one-world government.

    It’s not that Donald Trump is particularly more virtuous than the other candidates or that he is independently wealthy and may not have made deals with the globalists. But there is something very telling when all the globalist-owned major media corporations, the so-called conservative talk show hosts, and the entire Republican Party unite to take Trump down. These people should not be unified in their opposition to Trump, but they are and the question is “Why?” The conservative media has always been infiltrated by people who masquerade as conservative, but in reality have a hidden agenda.

    Continue . . . http://www.newswithviews.com/McGuire/paul278.htm