Monday, January 27, 2020

John Bolton, last of the Deep State Swamp creatures, rears his ugly head

A lot of conservative Republicans loved the hard line tactics when John Bolton was the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Almost none of these Republicans realize that Ambassador Bolton was one of the original Never Trumpers and part of the NeoCons from President George W. Bush's administration. Even though that was almost 20 years ago the real story began several years before that. When Donald Trump got elected he made the Democrats lose their minds but he also brought out a large number of Republicans who wanted him to fail. They became the Never Trumpers, as in " Trump is not my president ". Each and every one of them began to betray the best president America ever had. Today, John Bolton has sought revenge for being removed from the White House as National Security Advisor. He wrote a book supposedly revealing damaging evidence about President Donald Trump and conveniently his book was leaked to The New York Times and has a passage concerning that is central to the Democrat's impeachment charges that is an absolute lie.
The Project for the New American Century
If you want to know where we’re heading it helps to know where we started from, and how we got here, today. Often, the people who are not on your side will provide you with lots of information just because they feel like boasting about it. Remember Carroll Quigley and his monumental 1400-page expose, Tragedy and Hope, A history of the world in our time?
Take for instance, The Project for the New American Century. The secret organization was founded in 1996 by 25 people, most of whom would later become part of President George W. Bush’s inner circle and would be known today as Never Trumpers. While they called themselves NeoCons we would call them RINOs.
Wikipedia has some of their important story.
<snip>In 1998, Kristol and Kagan advocated regime change in Iraq throughout the Iraq disarmament process through articles that were published in the New York Times.[22][23] Following perceived Iraqi unwillingness to co-operate with UN weapons inspections, core members of the PNAC including Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, R. James Woolsey, Elliot Abrams, Donald Rumsfeld, Robert Zoellick, and John Bolton were among the signatories of an open letter initiated by the PNAC to President Bill Clinton calling for the removal of Saddam Hussein.</snip>
Nine months after the inauguration of George W. Bush the Royal family of Saudi Arabia financed the hijacking of 4 airliners and the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on 9-11-2001. Bush was caught off guard and desperate to appear on top of the events so the plan for a regime change in Iraq was dusted off and put into action for the sake of making his administration look good. The rest is history. Bush blamed the wrong country for the attack and thousands of American soldiers lost their lives invading Iraq.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Challenging Facebook and Politifact, their political stooge

So I opened my Facebook page this morning and saw a warning message that a meme I posted 3 months ago was determined to be FALSE. I do not take such challenges lightly so I did some research and basically proved the statement on my meme was true. This is what I posted.

This is my Reply to Facebook and Politifact regarding your decision to mislabel a meme I shared on October 16, 2019 as FALSE.
Image 1 shows the original meme with the supposed quote from President Trump: "Make no mistake, they're not after me. They are after you; your guns, your Christian values, your freedom. I’m just in the way”

This is the overlay mask that Facebook applied to my image if you clicked on it.

Image 2 shows two screen captures from the official White House web site with a transcript from President Trump's speech before Christian groups at the Values Voter Summit on October 12, 2019. Full text here: with Trump's pertinent remarks highlighted in blue.
Image 3 shows the opinion from Politifact web site mislabeling the Trump quote.

Image 4 shows a screen capture from the certified Donald J. Trump official Twitter account showing another meme with a similar quote.

The meme that Politifact mislabeled as FALSE was in fact a paraphrase of Donald Trump's actual words condensed for brevity and therefore the meme is mostly true.

 My name is Nelson Abdullah and I am Oldironsides


Happy New Year

I am not a war monger, but I can take it either way. 
Pray for peace or burn in the fires of Hell.