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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-pUHYXRvIk


well looky there

he would have been saying the opposite if Hillary won
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*sigh* CR, you've changed so much.
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thankfully, trump knows it is not in the best interests of america to confront russia,
it is in the best interests of the globalists

vladimir know this too (vlad aint short for vladimir, after all)

so the fireworks tonight should be yay, it looks like we wont be having WW3 against Russia, China, and Iran.

But whether the central banks declare war on the USA for the peasants revolt of an election is another matter entirely.
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Finally........a possibility of peace for awhile.
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That's good, I don't see what the problem is with this.
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Posted 26 days ago
Trust, but verify
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Didn't Put in say the same thing in 2008?
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Posted 26 days ago
Good.
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There is no righteous peace with Putin. It is either righteousness or peace. Of course Putin would favor a military buildup if it means a non interventionist America for the most part. This is how I interpret Trump's ideas anyway.

We often chastise Obama's efforts to reestablish trade with Cuba, a country rooted in what is essentially a dictatorship, but why is Putin, the much bigger threat, given free passage?
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qwueri wrote:

Didn't Put in say the same thing in 2008?


He did, but remember, he pushed the bankers out of power in Russia. He isn't playing along with the New World Order racket. Obama was all about the New World Order.

Trump is a wild card. Is he going to be against the NWO, like Putin, or is he going to be a part of it? Putin doesn't know that either.

The United Nations secretary general said this:


The United Nations will count on the new Administration to strengthen the bonds of international cooperation as we strive together to uphold shared ideals, combat climate change, advance human rights, promote mutual understanding and implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)to achieve lives of peace, prosperity and dignity for all,”


So, even the UN is uncertain in what direction Trump will go.
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It's good in a way because that means no war

It's bad in another way because it seems to me that Putin is very smart and having idiotic Trump/USA as his ally will be easy to manipulate...(keep your friends close and your enemies closer)
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DeadlyOats wrote:

He did, but remember, he pushed the bankers out of power in Russia. He isn't playing along with the New World Order racket. Obama was all about the New World Order.

Trump is a wild card. Is he going to be against the NWO, like Putin, or is he going to be a part of it? Putin doesn't know that either.

The United Nations secretary general said this:


The United Nations will count on the new Administration to strengthen the bonds of international cooperation as we strive together to uphold shared ideals, combat climate change, advance human rights, promote mutual understanding and implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)to achieve lives of peace, prosperity and dignity for all,”


So, even the UN is uncertain in what direction Trump will go.


Everyone is pretty uncertain right now. Nof seeing how that's supposed to lead to stability.
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qwueri wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:

He did, but remember, he pushed the bankers out of power in Russia. He isn't playing along with the New World Order racket. Obama was all about the New World Order.

Trump is a wild card. Is he going to be against the NWO, like Putin, or is he going to be a part of it? Putin doesn't know that either.

The United Nations secretary general said this:


The United Nations will count on the new Administration to strengthen the bonds of international cooperation as we strive together to uphold shared ideals, combat climate change, advance human rights, promote mutual understanding and implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)to achieve lives of peace, prosperity and dignity for all,”


So, even the UN is uncertain in what direction Trump will go.


Everyone is pretty uncertain right now. Nof seeing how that's supposed to lead to stability.


No one really knows what effect it will have on the world, if he actually pulls out of the agreements to fight global warming. He said he would stop sending the billions the U.S. kept sending to the UN for that problem.

He also said, he would stop spending the trillions the U.S. been giving to countries around the world to build up democracies and fight terrorism. He said the OPEC nations should be paying for that, not the U.S.

He's said that those trillions should be spent in the U.S., rebuilding our infrastructure, and putting Americans to work. If he does those things, it will signal to Putin that Trump is not playing the NWO racket. That could go a long way to easing tensions between Russia and the U.S.

Trump has said that working together with Russia on crushing ISIS should be the way to do things. Will he be able to bridge that gap and get us working together with Russia in Syria to crush ISIS? We can only wait and see.
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Posted 26 days ago
Hahahaha Russia will just be glad to have the United States out of their business.
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DeadlyOats wrote:


qwueri wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:

He did, but remember, he pushed the bankers out of power in Russia. He isn't playing along with the New World Order racket. Obama was all about the New World Order.

Trump is a wild card. Is he going to be against the NWO, like Putin, or is he going to be a part of it? Putin doesn't know that either.

The United Nations secretary general said this:


The United Nations will count on the new Administration to strengthen the bonds of international cooperation as we strive together to uphold shared ideals, combat climate change, advance human rights, promote mutual understanding and implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)to achieve lives of peace, prosperity and dignity for all,”


So, even the UN is uncertain in what direction Trump will go.


Everyone is pretty uncertain right now. Nof seeing how that's supposed to lead to stability.


No one really knows what effect it will have on the world, if he actually pulls out of the agreements to fight global warming. He said he would stop sending the billions the U.S. kept sending to the UN for that problem.

He also said, he would stop spending the trillions the U.S. been giving to countries around the world to build up democracies and fight terrorism. He said the OPEC nations should be paying for that, not the U.S.

He's said that those trillions should be spent in the U.S., rebuilding our infrastructure, and putting Americans to work. If he does those things, it will signal to Putin that Trump is not playing the NWO racket. That could go a long way to easing tensions between Russia and the U.S.

Trump has said that working together with Russia on crushing ISIS should be the way to do things. Will he be able to bridge that gap and get us working together with Russia in Syria to crush ISIS? We can only wait and see.

trump winning has really put a wrench in the globalists agenda, UNLESS it was a lie all along but I don't see it being that, I had prepared myself to have conflict with Russia after Hillary winning, so I was genuinely surprised at this outcome,, ive stocked up on food and water, better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it

needless to say im never voting democrat again, I mean, in any way, I did vote trump in the final election, but Bernie in the others
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