Sunday, 26 February 2017

Neither Back Nor Forward On This Level

1) from ‘Trump’s Bypassing a Corrupt Congress to Save American Jobs’ - Dave Hodges - February 24/25
(Hodges lauds FDR’s Brain Trust idea, when he surrounded himself w/economic ‘experts’.  Like Trump is doing, only with CEOs.  Better approach.  Still not where we need to go yet.  But better.)

Stan February 25, 2017 at 11:05 pm
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Unfortunately, Dave, FDR’s Brain Trust helped him create a big-government approach to the matter, rather than a free-enterprise approach. Years later, one of the those Brain Trusters (I forget his name right now; but he was one of the biggest names amongst them) admitted that their approach ultimately made things worse, not better. It was only the war that bailed the U.S. out of the Depression; not makework like the CCC.

FDR was surrounded by socialists. Not free enterprisers. It was that sort of political milieu at the time. The socialists were busily taking over the educational sector of the country. Sound familiar??

2) from ‘World Leaders Sins Being Revealed - Steve Quayle and Dave Hodges’ - Dave Hodges - February 24/25
(Wide-ranging iv w/Steve Q.  Fair points brought up.  A closing question about Trump’s seeming ‘hesitancy’.)

Stan February 25, 2017 at 11:54 pm
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I think Trump is “hesitating” because it is possible that he is being blackmailed-in-effect because of his own spotty background.

Trump is not ultimately our answer. But in the meantime, he is at least challenging the leftist narrative. So, good for him on that front.

What do I mean?  I mean that Trump might well be involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ junkets to his Orgy Island; and if he attempts to take Hillary down in that regard, or even without that particular mention of her many crimes (and other sins), she/they will take him down with her/them.

It is really time for the Higher Realms to take over.  Trump can only do so much.

P.S. And how do I feel about his alpha-male, private-talk mouth?  I would say: 'Let he or she who wants everything they have ever said to anybody in private made public, cast the first stone.'

This business of eliminating any sense of privacy - in this surveillance state aborning, and well on its way into being - needs to stop.  What people say and do in their private lives is one thing.  What people in government/positions of public servanthood get up to that is illegal, unethical or clearly dangerous to the nation, is another.

There is clearly a place for whistleblowers.  Making us all subject to severe surveillance is Stasi-like police-state stuff, and needs to go.  


It's so demeaning.

Not at all fit for apprentice gods.

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