Complaints of Donald Trump thread

JayMillz said:
911 said:
But you're getting caught up in liberal agendas and talking points here. The Central Park 5 is a good example of this. Contrary to what the MSM and Netflix docs claim, these thugs were absolutely guilty of the most vile form of racially-motivated gang rape, and Trump speaking out against the settlement is one reason why, warts and all, he will always be a lesser evil than whoever the Dem establishment will line up against him.
I'm speaking from the standpoint of someone that grew up a few blocks from Central Park and could see myself in that situation. You talk as if you were? I'm a thug then, if you want to name call, a corporate thug, in fact.
Would you be the one who held her legs, her arms, ripped her clothes, simiulated the rape because most young guys similar to busy porn-sets cannot perform? Or would you be the final guy who actually was able to rape the girl? Or maybe the guy who bashes the heads in of other people on that evening before punching a female jogger and holding her down with his buddies? Guess the ones just holding her legs and smashing her face in are innocent, because they couldn't stick it in. The ones just holding her must be innocent then.

AIU went into a 7 hours documentary going in detail through the case - lots of black cops and investigators also doing that in the footage. It's common knowledge among local cops then. Thugs are thugs - as simple as that. You are not them - I hope.

 

911

Crow
The Central 5 case is a stunning example of satanic inversion, turning racially-motivated "wilding" gang rapists into victims, because the evidence against them is so incredibly glaring, all you need to do is watch the first 15min of SS' video above.

The Netflix documentary tells you everything you need to know about Ken Burns, the premier documentary director/propagandist from PBS. As pozzed as Burns is, he couldn't not have known that these thugs were guilty of textbook gang rape, you only need to watch 5min of the interrogation videos to unequivocally know the truth.

Burns has also covered up for the deep state in works like his Vietnam PBS series. In his 17 hour long series, he barely mentions the Gulf of Tonkin incident, is a nonchalant, muddled manner, obfuscating the nature and significance of this false flag incident that served as a pretext for war in Vietnam.
 
I've been looking at the Central Park 5 case for a bit. Isn't it the perfect way to redpill normies? It's such a clear black and white(heh) case of guilt, yet the NY government and mainstream media just gaslight and spout pure lies. Just sit people down and state the differences between the reality of what happened vs what the media tries to pretend happened.

With other things it could be chalked up to politics but this seems so obviously fake news.
 
I read up on the Central Park jogger case after SS brought it up. And those five are guilty AF. What a huge miscarriage of justice to make them millionaires and national heroes. The facts are clear as others here have mentioned but no one is making a fancy expensive documentary or TV show about the real case and the evidence against the guys. It's left to alt-right media and YouTubers to bring up the truth. But the masses would rather "netflix and chill" instead of doing the research. I haven't watched the netflix propaganda series but unbiased reviews make it clear how they have ignored all the evidence against the boys.

You should see the comments left by blacks on some of the YT videos. They are even abusing the victim and saying she faked it. That her injuries were not so severe. WTF! She was also abused by black mobs at the courthouse and doxxed by two black newspapers when the trial started 30 years ago.

I guess these are the charms of multiculturalism. Whenever a crime happens between members of two communities, it creates a us-vs-them mindset and most people support "their" kind. Race/minority rights hustlers like Burns and Ava DuVernay are just profiting by making narratives that they know the black masses and white liberals are going to love. During their research they must have come across all the evidence but chose to ignore it.

Linda Fairstein, the former prosecutor, is suing Netflix for her portrayal in the series. Maybe if she wins, it will help change the narrative and start the process of bringing out the truth (once again) of the crime.
 

paninaro

Woodpecker
It_is_my_time said:
I appreciate your well thought out response. I honestly don't think it matters. If Biden or Trump wins, the same people behind the curtain keep pulling the strings for the puppets we see on TV.
I myself don't get worked up about it either, but who wins does affect me financially, though I'll admit I'm thinking selfishly about it. Tax policy changes depending on who is president, and so does stock market performance. I lost a bundle (paper losses, haven't sold) the last few months in my retirement funds since the market is down so much. I wonder if the drop would have been as severe, and the economic sanctions so severe, if the US government responded faster instead of basically ignoring the threat all of January and February.

Likewise, my tax burden changed noticeably over the last 3 administrations, going up and down by sizable numbers. Leadership matters.
 

It_is_my_time

Hummingbird
paninaro said:
It_is_my_time said:
I appreciate your well thought out response. I honestly don't think it matters. If Biden or Trump wins, the same people behind the curtain keep pulling the strings for the puppets we see on TV.
I myself don't get worked up about it either, but who wins does affect me financially, though I'll admit I'm thinking selfishly about it. Tax policy changes depending on who is president, and so does stock market performance. I lost a bundle (paper losses, haven't sold) the last few months in my retirement funds since the market is down so much. I wonder if the drop would have been as severe, and the economic sanctions so severe, if the US government responded faster instead of basically ignoring the threat all of January and February.

Likewise, my tax burden changed noticeably over the last 3 administrations, going up and down by sizable numbers. Leadership matters.
You are correct regarding taxes. The taxes under Trump v. Obama have been nice. I know going from Bush to Obama was a bad experience when it came to the tax payments. So certainly the tax situation is nice. But it is a drop in the bucket compared to the big items.

As far as the stock market, it doesn't seem to matter who is in charge. It is all about letting Wall Street get their way so they can pump up giant bubbles, then they get out and short on the way down while we watch paper profits burn. The stock market soared and crashed under Clinton, Bush, Obama, and now Trump. All a giant bubble for the world's elites to profit from.

I moved some cash into mutual funds when the Dow got down to 20,000 a few weeks ago. I am waiting for it to get that low again before I buy in. Other than dollar cost average purchases every month, I don't buy into the market at the current prices. It is vastly overvalued.
 
Go to Trump's covid-task-force at around 17:30:


All of them are deep-state, vaccine-pharma-and-Gates-minions. I wonder what they will recommend?

I know that Trump should in theory have some leeway and that he likely isn't in on everything, but what the bloody hell? Couldn't he just listen to one different opinion before doing something that is worse than nuking the US?
 

911

Crow
If they're going to cut big checks to the covid unemployed, why not have them do agricultural work at $15-$20/hr instead? Subsidize their wages and have the farmers contribute what they usually pay for migrants.

Picking berries beats lining up for a $30 basket for hours on end at the local food bank. Also, lots of students without jobs. Same in Canada.

 
911 said:
If they're going to cut big checks to the covid unemployed, why not have them do agricultural work at $15-$20/hr instead? Subsidize their wages and have the farmers contribute what they usually pay for migrants.

Picking berries beats lining up for a $30 basket for hours on end at the local food bank. Also, lots of students without jobs. Same in Canada.
That wouldn't work either - food is to be rationed in the future, meat highly restricted, agriculture is to be in the control of a few mega-complexes.

When they were predicting 50%+ unemployment by 2050, then this insane economic crash is a way to achieve that within 30 years even if technological unemployment doesn't move that fast. If you bankrupt most small businesses, then this works. Most smaller farmers are on the shutdown-list as well. Telling them to dump their meat and produce while faking closures of processing plants and supply lines are tools to do this. Because I don't believe that the truckers don't show up for work or factory workers are all dying by the tens of thousands.
 

jordypip23

Pelican
Gold Member
PapayaTapper said:
Like I said...


https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-74896-post-2082802.html#pid2082802



PapayaTapper said:
This bitch...5 times in a row.


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Im getting a weird semi just thinking about it
In addition to the many "refugees, H1B visas, and agricultural workers", I'll bet he will have special runways lined up for those covert flights in from Tel Aviv for the likes of Ghislaine Maxwell, Benjamin Netanyahu & any of those special, special people. Speaking of Maxwell, when the hell are the feds going to go after her & the ill gotten gains from her late father's estate (Robert Maxwell)? Wonder if Jeffrey Epstein's loot was in fact largely a transfer of wealth from the late Robert Maxwell.
 

paninaro

Woodpecker
It_is_my_time said:
In the end, the immigration cut off will be completely toothless and will have no impact at all. While Trump will lie during the campaign and claim he "shut down immigration". Kushner will get his way.
You called it correctly, sir:

"Trump says immigration order will apply only to green cards and will last 60 days"

https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/21/politics/donald-trump-immigration-coronavirus/index.html

Now, want to see what a real joke this is? The green card process has already been effectively suspended for a month since USCIS offices are closed:

"On March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services temporarily suspended routine in-person services to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). USCIS plans to begin reopening our offices on May 4, unless the public closures are extended further. USCIS staff are continuing to perform duties that do not involve contact with the public."

Getting a green card involves a few steps, and two of those steps involve going in-person to their office -- one to provide biometric data, and another for the interview. These are separate appointments, and must occur in-person.

So green cards have effectively been suspended since March 18 since their offices have been closed anyway.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
I Australia we have an elder abuse hotline for when someone meant to be helping a senile senior citizen is actually taking advantage of them.

Is there anything like that in America?
 
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