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#1 anita j

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Posted 01 April 2016 - 06:34 PM

Syria

 

With our Pentagon-funded Syrian rebels fighting our CIA-backed Syrian rebels, the absurdity of our foreign policy of regime change is so obvious that only a Washington policy wonk could fail to see it. Both parties have supported this insane policy, having learned nothing from the destruction of Iraq and the fall of the Iraqi Ba’athist regime.

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result, then our Syria policy surely fits the bill. And yet from Hillary Clinton – the architect of our pro-rebel policy – to Lindsey Graham, the Washington consensus is that “Assad must go.”

Trump is challenging this nonsense – and performing a great service in doing so.

 

Israel-Palestine

 

Here is someone who is defying the bipartisan consensus on Israeli-American relations, which is that we must always give unstinting and unconditional support to the Jewish state. Here is an outright abrogation of the conditions of the so-called “special relationship,” that one-sided love affair that dictates Washington must kowtow to Tel Aviv and ignore the horrific conditions under which Palestinians have been condemned live.

The two other main contenders attacked Trump for it. Of course they didn’t have any substantial or terribly convincing criticism – there can’t be any. How can one argue against evenhandedness? Cruz merely repeated his pledge to give Israel everything it wants and simply repeated the Israeli embassy’s talking points: Hamas, Hezbollah, terrorism, and of course “moral equivalence,” in short the usual nonsense – as if the Palestinians and their allies have no right to resist the occupation.

 

Note: His AIPAC speech was atrocious and made no mention of "even-handedness." It could have been made by Hillary or Cruz. Even Trump kowtowed to their power then.

 

Domestic Issues

 

Trump is all over the place: he wants to lower the tax rate, but penalize the financial speculators: he opposes Obamacare, and wants to allow competition between insurance companies over state lines, but he also wants to take care of the indigent. He is protectionist on trade, tough on crime, and even tougher on immigration – all stances one would normally associate with the paleo-conservatives. And he's dead wrong on Edward Snowden.

 

The immigration test for Muslims is almost unenforceable. The closest to it would be what Israel does:

 

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Other

 

He opposes a new cold war with Russia, doesn’t want us in Syria, highlights his opposition to the Iraq war, and has recently declared that he opposes hiking the military budget. He wonders aloud why we are pledged to defend both South Korea and Japan while they “screw us over’ on trade.

 

 

Trump is also right that NATO is obsolete ... and dangerous.

 

 

Now, it doesn't even matter if he can get the GOP nomination. Or beat the lefty Neocon Hillary. The point is that he has changed the foreign policy discourse in the Republican party, wresting it from their heretofore iron grip and successfully selling a demonstrably less interventionist policy to GOP primary voters.

 

You’ll recall that the pundits routinely discounted Rand Paul’s presidential campaign on account of his anti-interventionist views – which are quite mild compared to Trump's. Given Trump's popularity, however, from this day forward they won't be able to get away with that again. The terms of the debate have been irrevocably changed – and that is Trump's great achievement, for which he must be given full credit.

 

 

 


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Posted 09 November 2016 - 05:41 AM

Only Spirit Cooking will save us now!! O.O

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Posted 21 November 2016 - 06:40 PM

Keep us updated with the conservative Trump analysis, anita j!
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Posted 21 November 2016 - 09:43 PM

There is nothing to do. Enough Americans bought into what he was saying. Now all that is left is to accept whatever he does. There will be change, but not the kind of change Trump supporters were looking for. "Frankly my dears, I don't give a damn."



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Posted 23 November 2016 - 05:52 PM

There is nothing to do.


Really, queenbee1? There's plenty to do if he does 20% of what he said he would.



There will be change, but not the kind of change Trump supporters were looking for.



I don't know how you can know that but I'm sure we'll see. The bed has been made, as they say. All we can do now is lie in it.
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Posted 23 November 2016 - 07:08 PM

Really, queenbee1? There's plenty to do if he does 20% of what he said he would.





I don't know how you can know that but I'm sure we'll see. The bed has been made, as they say. All we can do now is lie in it.

Gary what would you do? Walk the streets in protest or offer him support? The government runs itself. There is only a sliver of the budget that is optional. He may change tax laws with Congressional support, but he is not interested in my opinion or anyone's for that matter.

 

Change is the only constant of the universe. I can tell you that he won't jail Hillary Clinton or build a wall from Texas to California. He won't round up immigrants and send them back to the country they came from or change the laws in regards to the Dreamers. He cannot have a Muslim registry or keep all Muslims from entering the country. He will not solve the tension between the inner city african americans and police. 

 

What I think he will do is listen to the generals that he claims know less about ISIS than he does. He cannot change the dynamics of the ME. You cannot fight a war against an ideology. The War on Terror was never meant to be won. It was only meant to go on forever.

 

So I don't really care what he does and if worst case scenario is he starts using nukes then we can all kiss our ♥♥♥ goodbye. I think he is a global warming denier so it will be cheap oil and coal for the next 4-8 years and he can't bring back coal mining jobs as he doesn't have the power to do so. The use dynamite now to blow off mountain tops to get to the coal. Some of the dumbest people in our nation live in coal country. Also one of the smartest was on Bill Moyers some years ago. He is a devout Christian Wendell Berry with some pretty liberal views. 

 

There is my list. Maybe you have some ideas of you own.



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Posted 23 November 2016 - 07:17 PM

US taxpayers can pay for border walls, but they have to be in Israel and Jordan.  :wacko:



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Posted 24 November 2016 - 02:46 AM

Misunderstood you, queenbee1. There's certainly plenty for Trump to do. For us? Yes, not so much but to remain vigilant that he at least attempts to fulfill some of his campaign rhetoric.
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Posted 21 January 2017 - 02:41 PM

Trump analysis: it's been said Trump is suffering from some form of autism. Now it was quite peculiar one of his first deeds as President was to have Robert Kennedy Jr to chair a new commission on 'vaccines maybe causing autism'.

 

Analysis yesterday showed his 10 year old son suffering from this condition, which has brought Trump to get this investigation up to speed now he has the means to it.

 

Maybe all just rumours but then quite the coincidence.

 

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Posted 30 January 2017 - 01:05 PM

Another Trump analysis that's going viral now:

 

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 07:47 AM

Trump has brought many Americans together in protest. I think some think Americans have gone crazy. I assure you that it is just a small minority that are really crazy. The rest just back him because they want an all white dominated society. They want all the manufacturing to come back so they can have their jobs back. Others believe that some Americans are living the good life on their tax dollars and some still want to just give Trump a chance. Those who voted for Trump cannot be swayed and defend their vote with anti-Hillary rhetoric.

 

I sat at a dinner party Saturday night of all my closest family. I was outnumbered 9-1 and the youngest was a Bernie supporter who voted for Trump and one didn't vote. There was simply no discussion because they were all in agreement. I just kept my opinions to myself. They all hated Obama and Hillary about the same.

 

I honestly don't know if the man will really put a 20% tariff on Mexico and China, but the Muslim ban is making a lot of people angry and afraid. I think all his crazy cabinet appointments will all be approved and sane Republicans are afraid to go against him. The press abdicated their responsibility during the election for ratings. Now they have been marginalized and it is all fake news. Twitter and Facebook are the news outlets people believe.

 

Lo I am just giving up. There is nothing I can do. Maybe the economy will crash. I am powerless so I see no reason to assume the economy will crash even though it should.



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Posted 31 January 2017 - 10:25 AM

I see no reason to assume the economy will crash

Check the Financial topic in this section, Queenbee, and watch the graphs. TINA> There Is No Alternative than crash. That's the only result from exponential graphs. The 20% on China will make sure of this.

 

What I find amazing is that your peers still don't see it. You had the exact same story last year, BEFORE the elections. Dinner. 10 people. All voting Trump but you. No reasoning. 

 

Don't they watch TV or read a newspaper? Only follow Trump's twitteraccount or something? A normal Republican would fight deficits, and they find it all OK taxes will drop 50% and there's zillions going into Walls and Roads? All with the softest of backup as in "Yeah, well, the Mexicans will pay for it eventually. And we'll make less rules so the tax cut turns out OK. And the roads will pay for themselves too."??? If you're going to use that rhetoric in my country now (full in campaign mode momentarily) they'll say you're not a Socialist, but even a Commie, Queenbee.


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Posted 31 January 2017 - 07:15 PM

The Donald used language like Little Marco, Lying Ted and Crooked Hillary. The emails were just icing on the cake. The Democrats were just going to lose. Technology, mergers and acquisitions, Overseas labor all ate into middle America. They thought that life would just stand still in their little hamlets far away from the big city, but instead they were "left behind," They went and prayed ever week and still the factories closed. They were too old and not hipsters. They were also averse to change. All the news they got was at the local diner and from the pulpit on Sunday.

 

Middle America is not all to blame as Florida, Michigan and Ohio all killed Hillary's chances. They took something innocuous as an email server and made it into the meme. East and West voted for her, but no one in the middle. All the people that were not helped by Obama wanted change. They wanted to be openly racist, antigay, antiabortion and want to live tax free. The Donald promised them all that in their minds. Once again the welfare queens lies emerged and they were driving Cadillacs, had Obama Phones and living large while the country folk struggled. It doesn't matter that getting AFDC and Food Stamps is damn near impossible they voted against the blacks.

 

They are also tuned in to Fox News the worst propaganda station ever created. They fed into all the violence and they thought Hillary was just more of the same. So put a strongman in place who will do the right thing. Well I would like to ask anyone who voted for him how do you like him now? Where's the money going to come from to rebuild the roads and bridges? Who is stopping all the Muslims in the airports? Now you see that man is really insane.


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Posted 31 January 2017 - 08:25 PM

Check the Financial topic in this section, Queenbee, and watch the graphs. TINA> There Is No Alternative than crash. That's the only result from exponential graphs. The 20% on China will make sure of this.

 

What I find amazing is that your peers still don't see it. You had the exact same story last year, BEFORE the elections. Dinner. 10 people. All voting Trump but you. No reasoning. 

 

Don't they watch TV or read a newspaper? Only follow Trump's twitteraccount or something? A normal Republican would fight deficits, and they find it all OK taxes will drop 50% and there's zillions going into Walls and Roads? All with the softest of backup as in "Yeah, well, the Mexicans will pay for it eventually. And we'll make less rules so the tax cut turns out OK. And the roads will pay for themselves too."??? If you're going to use that rhetoric in my country now (full in campaign mode momentarily) they'll say you're not a Socialist, but even a Commie, Queenbee.

We are nationalists now. We don't read newspapers, watch the fake news (unless it is Fox) and we get everything from internet feeds from things we "liked." This way we are constantly reinforced by our own perception of the world. Just as you read the financials blogs like I did ten years ago you are certain that the economy will crash. I am pretty sure you are just as certain as I was back in 2008-2009.  

 

Here's what I suggest as a way to weather the storm whether it comes or not. Have no debt, if you need to own a home be able to pay 20% down and 1 and a half payments per month. Do not expect home prices to keep going up. They won't. If you need a car pay cash. No payments. Have 6 months living expense in case of a job loss. Do not let your children take out student loans. Better to put everything on a credit card as at least that can be discharged in bankruptcy.

 

Don't get upset  unless it is something important. At my age I guess if I am luck I have 20 years left and that is being extremely optimistic. that is only 7300 days left out of 29,000. I will occasionally drift into a bad mindset, but today it was sunny and 75F. A beautiful day for playing in my garden with my cat. Did I care about the stock market? Not a bit. 

 

If the government didn't owe "zillions" it still wouldn't change my life. If they fix the infrastructure it won't change my life, but if they put all the Muslims in concentration camps well then we are all doomed. We will have become what we fought against in Nazi Germany. We will be everyone's enemy and rightfully so. This is why we have a 650 billion dollar military budget. So that no one can do a damn thing. The Donald already called NATO obsolete. Russia will be motivated to go along with The Donald as Fascism and a Plutocracies get along hand in hand.

 

I hate what Trump and his followers represent, but I cannot change the world.


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Posted 01 February 2017 - 03:14 PM

Have no debt, if you need to own a home be able to pay 20% down and 1 and a half payments per month.

That's the same advise Gary gave me. With all due respect, but that sounds like Grandma's and Grandpa's advise. You should have as much debt as you can! It'll earn you money! Take a loan of 500.000 dollars with interest -1%. Simply stall the money under your mattress. See how that's going year by year! The bank will have to pay up for every cent you've borrowed from them. It's a great system we're having now. 

 

Don't get upset 

I'm not. I take a look at my cat too. It's all relative. Even Donald does it: https://twitter.com/...314938872246273

 

Best to see current events as something magnificent. We're living history. Borrow money, and get paid for it. Be a clown, and become President. These are fantastic times.


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Posted 01 February 2017 - 07:58 PM

No one is going to loan anyone 500k just for breathing. Your theory is non sequitur. If Gary gave you the same advice as I did then it is sound advice. It is the debt rich that ultimately send us into recession and suffer the most. People like my neighbor who lives in a house that was spotless when he bought it and now it looks like a crack house. He hasn't paid a mortgage payment in 7 months or more and according to the guy who was serving him the foreclosure notice he is nowhere near as bad. The banks don't want to foreclose. Then they have to remove it from the asset balance sheet and report it as a non-performing asset. These are the people who will crash home prices and send us into recession and he is just one of the deadbeats. His mortgage probably got packaged into whatever they call MBSs now and is sitting among many other crappy sub prime loans sold by Wall Street to a pension or government fund with a 6% return. When in fact it is worthless.



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Posted 02 February 2017 - 09:32 AM

No one is going to loan anyone 500k just for breathing. Your theory is non sequitur. 

 

You're so full of BS, I can't grasp it! What do you want me to do? Show me my monthly mortgage papers where I have been on the RECEIVING end for years now? I've told you over and over again that I have been GETTING money for my loan since 2015. By the end of last year it reached its top. Never GOT so much money for borrowing. Since Trump, it's been less, but it's still EARNING money for lending.

 

I've shown you dozens of graphs clearly showing that it is NOT theory. That it is NOT only happening to me, this poor white old angry man from the midlands. It's NOT. It's all over the rich European land, and it was already happening much earlier for the Japanese. And you constantly only bring in your bad neighbour to prove YOUR point. Wow. Hasn't mown the lawn. Feel sorry for him. Your cat probably likes the high grass though.

 

I've told Gary what I've told you before too: it was sound advice in the '50's. In the 70's and the '90's, and in between. It was actually sound advise until a few years ago. But then the governments started taking over all the bad loans from the banks. Bailed out the banksters. On a scale, that has never happened. The Dutch track rates for 500 to even 800 years. Never happened. Gamechanger. Your sound advise today? Bin.

 

Sound advise today? Own your house. But on 100% debt, or more if you still can. Get paid for it. Wait it out. Trump will make America small again. It's just a matter of time. And he is sure speeding things up. On a scale no one expected. I've always said 2018 for starters. That's coming year. We could be in the midst of hyperinflation already then. Your debt? Gone. You can pay it with one note of 500.000 dollars which was change for your loaf of bread of 1.500.000 dollars.

 

Happened even this millennium in several countries already. Before that, it has happened ever so often... in fact EVERY SINGLE CURRENCY has gone through this since 1000 BC (only keeping track for 3000 years but it's safe to say wooden Maya money is worth nothing at all either anymore). EVERY one except for the Swiss Franc. And even they are fed up of their currency. Started to make the Franc a Euro-light:

 

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I don't know why I still bother. You either don't understand or don't WANT to understand. I best quit with the financial chatter then, stop the effort. It's futile. 


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Posted 02 February 2017 - 03:56 PM

You're so full of BS, I can't grasp it! What do you want me to do? Show me my monthly mortgage papers where I have been on the RECEIVING end for years now? I've told you over and over again that I have been GETTING money for my loan since 2015. By the end of last year it reached its top. Never GOT so much money for borrowing. Since Trump, it's been less, but it's still EARNING money for lending.

 

I don't know why I still bother. You either don't understand or don't WANT to understand. I best quit with the financial chatter then, stop the effort. It's futile. 

 

That's the same advise Gary gave me. With all due respect, but that sounds like Grandma's and Grandpa's advise. You should have as much debt as you can! It'll earn you money! Take a loan of 500.000 dollars with interest -1%. Simply stall the money under your mattress. See how that's going year by year! The bank will have to pay up for every cent you've borrowed from them. It's a great system we're having now. 

 

I'm not. I take a look at my cat too. It's all relative. Even Donald does it: https://twitter.com/...314938872246273

 

Best to see current events as something magnificent. We're living history. Borrow money, and get paid for it. Be a clown, and become President. These are fantastic times.

Who is giving out -1% interest rates on home mortgages, that does not make sense. A quick google search shows that the average 10-year rate in the Netherlands is around 2.5 percent. This is low, about 1.25 percent lower than in the US,  but it is certainty not negative. I can think of a whole slew of problems resulting from being over 100 percent in debt.

 

I do not like agreeing with Gary. However, it would seem he is right or you have not articulated your argument clearly. 


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Posted 02 February 2017 - 07:40 PM

astros I believe Lonello is factoring in inflation. Yes yes another Wiemar Germany bushels on money to get a loaf of bread. Not in today's world.

 

Lonello are you paying a monthly mortgage or live there for free? From the sound of your comment the bank gave you a home and are paying you a monthly stipend.

 

If you are betting on hyperinflation then you are making a risky bet regardless of what the charts say. You may think you are gaming the system, but the house always wins. Let's just put a hypothetical. We go into depression and 25% lose their jobs and you are one of them. Are you prepared to squat in you home until they foreclose, cut off you lines of credit and repossess your car for lack of payment. Maybe the banks in the Netherlands just love having non-performing assets. How about you holidays? Where are you going to go when the milk runs dry.

 

You said "Take a loan of 500.000 dollars with interest -1%. Simply stuff the money under your mattress." Well that infers cash and not a mortgage and as I said before you cannot just walk into a bank, asked for 500k in cash with -1% and walk out without collateral. 


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Posted 03 February 2017 - 02:17 PM

Who is giving out -1% interest rates on home mortgages, that does not make sense. A quick google search shows that the average 10-year rate in the Netherlands is around 2.5 percent. This is low, about 1.25 percent lower than in the US,  but it is certainty not negative. I can think of a whole slew of problems resulting from being over 100 percent in debt.

 

I do not like agreeing with Gary. However, it would seem he is right or you have not articulated your argument clearly. 

 

OMG YOU TWO!!
 

One great thing: I'm going to print that last line out and put it above my bed. Will do the same for Gary. It'll put a smile on our faces every night we go to sleep.

 

But astros, I forgive you. You probably haven't been reading up in the Financial topic over here.

 

Let me summarize for you: over here we have bondbased mortgages like Euribor and such. I took one a few years ago... must have been almost a decade ago now. My father has got one. My grandfather had one too, so it must have been from the '60's on. So at least half a century.

 

He had to pay for his loan. He had. You're right. It wouldn't make sense if he hadn't had to. Month by month he paid and he paid. I actually did the same, astros. I really did. Paid for my debt! Nowadays however that's extraordinary old-fashioned. Who still pays for his homeloans? I sure am not. 

 

I told Queenbee a long time ago I received a letter from my bank, explaining their systems totally had collapsed because it could no longer calculate rates. That was when the rate began dropping below 0. They couldn't figure things out anymore. Excused themselves. Told me I would get my money back, but I had to wait for a few months.

 

Money back, I asked?

 

"Yes, you have your mortgage, and you have been paying for it, but now the rate is below zero, so you're getting money from us now. Only our computer couldn't manage. Computer said no. We're really sorry. We owe you money, but will make a few payments right after eachother once things have sorted out, Sir!"

 

Since mankind we were so used of paying money for loans, it hadn't even crossed bankster's minds it could be in reverse. Millenniumproblem. Computers saying no. Even to them it made no sense at first glance. But so it happened. 

 

Now if you think things through, astros, it does make sense. Banksters love real assets. They adore it. They're getting currency thrown at them like red meat at beasts. Once you get your 1000st hamburger, your appetite is gone, astros. It really is. Fed up. Literally.

 

Your Yellen and our Draghi do 1 mouseclick and that 1 dollar or euro is 10. A second makes it 100, astros. And another one makes it 1000. Then they started to be clever. They copy-pasted, astros. They copied the 000 and pasted it. So in 1 mouseclick a 1000 turned into 1000000. Saved them RSI, astros. And then they did it again. They copy-pasted into the zillions.

 

The banksters however didn't care for more. They wanted something real. Boats. Lands. Stocks. Bars of gold. But real estate is best. Bricks, astros. Something you can believe in. This is why mortgages are THE no. 1 assett for them to have. Much better then cash. Will even pay for it to write a loan for it.

 

In Japan last year even the last bond fell: the 40-year. Below zero. Total disaster. It has normalised a tiny bit since Trump but it's still a ridiculous situation we're living in. Makes no sense, I agree with you about that. Only makes sense if you take Yellen into account. Check the graphs I've put in the thread, astros. I hope you do understand them.

 

So no. This has NOTHING to do with factoring in inflation. And Weimar actually happens every half year in today's world. Sometimes on a smaller scale, or as a starters, sure. But you can check dozens of fallen currencies of the last decades. Ask the people of Venezuela. Ask the people of India. From one day on the other their notes were worth nothing anymore. Ask Ufuk. In my coincollection I check many Lira's, New Lira's, Newer Lira's, Newest Lira's... and the list goes on.

 

That was by default. But you can do it intentially too. War of currencies. Get rid of that debt. Trump is just about to (re)start it. Your savings will be worth zero, astros. Trust me. It will. Unless you start owning some "real money " (a home for instance) instead of your cash dollars.


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