Thoroughly contemplate the implications of this allegation as on our watch WE are allowing our government to deliberately deceive us as it chooses whenever it chooses…

…Thoroughly contemplate the implications of this allegation as on our watch WE are allowing our government to deliberately deceive us as it chooses whenever it chooses…

Trump may hire Blackwater to circumvent U.S. intelligence agencies for intel controlled from White House

 

The Last Thing America Needs Is Trump Armed with His Own Private CIA

By Jefferson Morley, AlterNet

Oliver North and the recurring presidential dream of running secret operations "off the books." READ MORE»

Are plans for a privatization of America’s spies in the works

It was designed very specifically to punish Democrats—and not just elected Democrats but voters too…

image It was designed very specifically to punish Democrats—and not just elected Democrats but voters too...

 

 

 

Trump economic adviser on tax bill: ‘It’s death to Democrats’

 

By Joan McCarter   ……..2017/12/05 · 09:5 ……..The massive social reengineering project that the GOP called a tax bill wasn’t just designed to redistribute wealth from the bottom up and to reward Republicans’ corporate donors, though it did all that. It was designed very specifically to punish Democrats—and not just elected Democrats but voters, too. You know, the people all those elected officials are supposed to be representing. The thing is, they’re not even making a secret of that. And to make it even more enraging, they’re blaming that on the Democrats.

Benefits used by universities and graduate students are also on the chopping block. And the repeal of the Obamacare individual mandate to buy insurance — a centerpiece of Democrats’ biggest achievement in a generation — is estimated to generate some $300 billion to pay for tax cuts.

"It’s death to Democrats," said conservative economist Stephen Moore, who advised Trump’s campaign on tax policy.

"They go after state and local taxes, which weakens public employee unions. They go after university endowments, and universities have become play pens of the left. And getting rid of the mandate is to eventually dismantle Obamacare," Moore said in an interview, arguing that it would accelerate "a death spiral" in the health-care law’s marketplaces. […]

"The people who are going get the most whacked by this are wealthy and upper-middle class people who live in big cities," said John Feehery, a GOP lobbyist and former communicator for House leadership. "In other words, Democrats."

"I don’t think there’s a conspiracy to go attack Democratic districts. But that’s how the legislative process works—if you’re not going to participate in a game you’re going to lose," he said. "You need the revenue, and those constituencies are not really being represented because their representatives refused to participate."

 

Sen. Susan Collins, caught in a tax bill lie, faces an enraged electorate back home

 

By Joan McCarter  

2017/12/05 · 11:57

Is Donald Trump About to Set the Middle East Ablaze?

By Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital could set off violent conflict across the region. READ MORE»

Rep. Keith Ellison: GOP Tax Bill Would Reorder Society & Create ‘Hereditary Aristocracy’ for Rich

By Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!….We’re heading toward a world with very rich elite people in an ocean of desperate people just trying to hang on. …READ MORE»

‘This Is Not a Tax Bill, This Is a Declaration of War’: Nationwide Protests Erupt After GOP Tax Vote

By Ilana Novick, AlterNet

From coast to coast, politicians and concerned citizens demand, "Tax the rich, not the poor." READ MORE»

Given the degree of explosiveness of this region of the world why antagonize the situation … for what purpose…???

image…Given the degree of explosiveness of this region of the world why antagonize the situation … for what purpose…???

The U.S. will officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and begin the process of moving its embassy there from Tel Aviv, President Donald Trump announced Wednesday, making good on a campaign promise that critics fear could shut the door on Israeli-Palestinian peace talks and ignite fresh violence in the region.

"Today we finally acknowledge the obvious: That Jerusalem is Israel’s capital," Trump said. "This is nothing more or less than a recognition of reality. It is also the right thing to do. It’s something that has to be done."

He also said the U.S. still wanted to see a peace agreement and would not take a position on "the specific boundaries of the Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem or the resolution of contested borders."……..Read more here: http://politi.co/2itFVll

Trump Reaches Peak Brinkmanship With His Jerusalem Embassy Bid

Analysts around the globe caution such a move would put any peace talks between Israel and Palestine at risk…….Continue reading

Trump Reverses Decades of U.S. Policy to Recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

Jordan’s King Abdullah warned that the move "will have serious implications for security and stability in the Middle East……..Continue reading

JERUSALEM AS ISRAEL’S CAPITAL And start the process of moving the U.S. embassy there from Tel Aviv. Protests erupted at the news, as Palestinians burned American and Israeli flags. And world leaders expressed concern that the major shift would threaten regional stability. [HuffPost] [Tweet | Share on Facebook]

 

President Donald Trump will announce Wednesday that the United States recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and will eventually relocate its embassy there – a declaration that could spur violent protests in the Middle East and undermine the White House’s effort to strike a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.

Trump is making the announcement despite criticism from numerous U.S. allies, including France, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, which have urged him to avoid the extremely sensitive topic.

The president is still open to the possibility of a two-state solution, and he understands that the final borders of Israel and a future Palestinian state remain subject to negotiations, senior administration officials told reporters Tuesday.

Trump will also not declare that Jerusalem must be the "undivided" capital of Israel, an official told POLITICO.

Such caveats appear to leave room for Palestinians to at least claim East Jerusalem as their territory in a future state. Regardless, the administration officials insisted, Trump is not concerned that recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital will derail the peace process, because he sees it as an affirmation of reality.

"While President Trump recognizes that the status of Jerusalem is a highly sensitive issue, he does not think it will be resolved by ignoring the simple truth that Jerusalem is home to Israel’s legislature, its supreme court and the prime minister, and as such is the capital of Israel," one of the officials said, adding: "Delaying the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has done nothing to achieve peace for more than two decades."

Trump will direct the State Department to devise plans to move the U.S. Embassy from Israel to Jerusalem, but that process, the officials said, could take several years. Although in theory the president could simply switch the sign at the existing U.S. consulate in Jerusalem to say "embassy," the administration says it wants to wait until an appropriate site is selected, proper security is in place and a host of other personnel issues are addressed.

Trump will continue to sign a national security waiver that allows the U.S. to keep its embassy in Tel Aviv for now – a process that comes up every six months under a 1995 law passed by Congress that requires moving the embassy to Jerusalem. Trump needs to sign the waiver so that State Department funding cuts aren’t triggered by the law, the senior officials said.

U.S. and foreign officials predicted that Trump’s decision would spark a possibly violent backlash in the Muslim world and badly damage America’s ability to be seen as an honest broker in a peace process – an initiative being led by Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner.

Already, the State Department has urged embassies worldwide to upgrade security and has restricted U.S. diplomats’ movements in Israel and the Palestinian territories, where demonstrations are expected starting Wednesday.

"U.S. citizens should avoid crowds and areas with increased police and/or military presence," the department’s consular bureau said in a travel notice.

Both Israelis and Palestinians claim Jerusalem as their capital. But the U.S. and most of the rest of the world have long declined to take a position on the fate of the holy city, saying it’s a topic to resolve during negotiations.

Peace negotiators have long envisioned that Jerusalem would be divided between the two sides. And U.S. presidents, despite their campaign rhetoric, have for years been signing waivers delaying the move of the embassy.

The senior administration officials stressed that Trump remains committed to the Middle East peace process. Kushner, who also serves as a top White House adviser, has been working on a peace plan for several months.

The process has been largely shrouded in secret, involving only a handful of Trump aides. But a Trump recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital could throw a wrench into the plan, U.S. officials and analysts say, by making the Palestinians unwilling to trust the Americans.

Trump has spoken this week to several foreign leaders, including Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Jordanian King Abdullah II, in order to outline his intentions.

Abbas warned Trump of the "grave consequences" of moving the embassy, stating that such a decision would result in "detrimental consequences on the peace process and the prospects for the internationally endorsed two-state solution."

In light of Trump’s planned announcement, the Palestinian delegation in Washington announced that it was canceling a Christmas celebration planned for Wednesday.

"Out of care for our leaders and children, it might be unsuitable for them to speak and sing shortly after the possibility of an announcement that runs counter to the message of peace," the delegation said in a statement.

The Jordanian monarch warned Trump that "the decision will have serious implications that will undermine efforts to resume the peace process and will provoke Muslims and Christians alike," according to a statement from the Jordanian government.

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs also expressed "deep concerns" about the possible move in a statement. European allies, including France, have also weighed in, urging Trump to avoid taking a position on Jerusalem.

The president relishes being unpredictable, and he is known to often change his mind at the last minute. But for days now, White House aides have been indicating that Trump is determined to break with tradition, noting that he promised during the 2016 presidential campaign that he would move the embassy.

Trump has already proven hard to persuade on a number of issues that have broad international support. He has said the U.S. is pulling out of the Paris climate agreement, for one, and has also abandoned the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. More recently, he decided to pull the U.S. out of an international effort to come up with a new framework for dealing with refugees.

What to do about Jerusalem is an issue that has sparked fierce internal debate, with Trump’s advisers warning that the move could threaten prospects for a peace deal. But the senior administration officials briefing reporters on Tuesday said the ultimate decision was borne of a collaborative effort.

They added that various U.S. agencies were prepared for potential unrest as a result of the president’s decision.

Nolan McCaskill and Louis Nelson contributed to this report.

Is this really a surprise… America is totally heartless … WE kill indiscriminately … so you really think we give a damn about those we sent to kill others in our behalf…???

image…Is this really a surprise…

America is totally heartless …  WE kill indiscriminately … so you really think we give a damn about those we sent to kill others in our behalf…???

 

You understand don’t you that “big-brother” controls…

clip_image001…You understand don’t you that “big-brother” controls…

Does the push for mass vaccination point toward a staged bioterror event?

 

We’ve seen the signs. I’ve been highlighting them. The infamous childhood mandatory vaccination law in California. Other states that are considering similar bills. The lunatic push in Australia to outlaw medical exemptions from vaccination. The all-out campaign in the press, in various countries, to stigmatize people who defect from official “truth” about the safety and efficacy of vaccines.On a larger stage, over the past 20 years, we’ve seen the promotion of fake “…
Read full article at NexusNewsfeed.com website »

understand don’t you that “big-brother” controls

clip_image001…You understand don’t you that “big-brother” controls…

Does the push for mass vaccination point toward a staged bioterror event?

 

We’ve seen the signs. I’ve been highlighting them. The infamous childhood mandatory vaccination law in California. Other states that are considering similar bills. The lunatic push in Australia to outlaw medical exemptions from vaccination. The all-out campaign in the press, in various countries, to stigmatize people who defect from official “truth” about the safety and efficacy of vaccines.On a larger stage, over the past 20 years, we’ve seen the promotion of fake “…
Read full article at NexusNewsfeed.com website »

Look Dude you voluntarily chose to be an elected official therefore whatever you do is public knowledge…

clip_image002…Look Dude you voluntarily chose to be an elected official therefore whatever you do is public knowledge…