Tom Steyer billionaire activist and FussionGPS customer

Posted by  $  Dobrien 5 months, 1 week ago to Culture
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Steyer attacks Trump in the Uncivil War. With a huge war chest this enviro hedge fund bank cabalist is following Soros lead. I have never seen such disrespect as these swamp creatures show President Donald Trump. I am hoping our
President has read the art of war by Sun Tzu

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  • Posted by TheOldMan 5 months, 1 week ago
    I kept dreaming last year that Steyer would send Hillary's campaign $500MM in cash, not loans, so that perhaps he would disappear after her loss. He made the majority of his fortune in the fossil fuel industry. I don't have a problem with that, I have made lots of money doing the same (even more in the tobacco industry), but then I do not tell other people to freeze in the dark or kick the habit while I sit in my warm home (mansions in his case) while puffing on a pipe.
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  • Posted by mccannon01 5 months, 1 week ago
    Odd fellow. I guess we have to follow the money, which I started to do but was taking too much time. I wanted to see if he was depending on some kind of government largess (subsidies, tax breaks, grants, etc.) to bolster his income and he wouldn't get it from Trump and needed a Democrat in office (can you say Solyndra?). I didn't immediately find anything that stood out so maybe he's just a left wing believer and very useful idiot. All I can say is should his dream come true may all his wealth be confiscated and spread around for the greater good.
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  • Posted by  $  Abaco 5 months ago
    There's the saying, "You know you're over the target by all the flack you're getting." And, Trump must certainly be over the target. He is the great disrupter to the globalist agenda and I think that's why the reporting on him has been so "trumped-up" and full of malarkey.
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    • Posted by CircuitGuy 5 months ago
      "You know you're over the target by all the flack you're getting"
      That's a funny saying that I may use sometime,
      but technically it's the fallacy of the converse. For some reason it makes me think of the kid in my kid's class who for some reason takes off his pants whenever it's time for computer lessons. Him getting a lot of attention does not mean he's staging an important protest.

      What's on the "globalist agenda" besides people in different places wanting to communicate and trade things with one another? I would like them to put practical supersonic planes on their agenda.
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      • Posted by  $  5 months ago
        "What's on the "globalist agenda" besides people in different places wanting to communicate and trade things with one another?"
        Global trade ,communications and travel is not the globalist agenda.
        The Globalist Agenda represents a plan to bring all of Earth's inhabitants under the control of a single, global state. Can you say taxation with out representation? There is a small, but powerful group of individuals who are the architects and instigators behind the formation and implementation of this "New World Order". Using their influence through international organizations such as the IMF, World Bank, the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg Group, the United Nations, NATO, and hundreds of other non-governmental organizations, the objective of these internationalists is nothing less than the subjugation of everyone on the planet as servants to a one world government (servants means slaves). A government run by the same small group of elite that have ruled the masses for a very long time under various guises. These elite are the descendents of those that ruled for at least the past 2 centuries - kings and queens, bankers, robber barrons, priests, and assorted subservient oligarchs and media representatives. Their desire for a return to a one world feudal state should come as no surprise to anyone who has read a little history. It is their nature after all.
        In the modern manifestation these people can be seen as kings and queens, international bankers, the military industrial complex and their servants - the corporate CEOs, scientists, professors, lawyers, heads of NGO's, politicians, and media leaders - all of whom the elite control partially or completely. Sad but true - you can buy or brainwash most national bankers, soldiers, beaurocrats, CEOs, scientists, lawyers, NGOs, politicians and journalists to say what you want them to say.
        If you allow yourself to see how under the guise of keeping us all safe with anti-terrorist laws, the globalists will see all citizens gradually and incrementally lose their civil liberties preventing any dissent against either the government or the ruling elite who give the government their orders.
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        • Posted by CircuitGuy 5 months ago
          "There is a small, but powerful group of individuals who are the architects and instigators behind the formation and implementation of this "New World Order". "
          Interesting. I assume it's not merit-based, i.e. admitting only top wealth producers. So how do they get into this shadowy group of powerful individuals? Do they ever fall out of favor from the group by being poor business people, rejecting the mission of "subjugation of everyone on the planet as servants", or simply by making public the group's machinations?
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  • Posted by LibertyBelle 5 months, 1 week ago
    Ha ha. And what about Obama's misconduct?
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    • Posted by  $  5 months, 1 week ago
      I have not seen a shred of credible evidence that implicates President Donald Trump of any misconduct in the White House.

      Clearly the illegal misconduct of Obama and his Administration related to the Uranium Russia Clinton foundation looting the US. To private server lies and cover ups to Benghazi. Sheesh That is what I know about. Plenty more with Iran and the Arab Spring.
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  • Posted by editormichael 5 months, 1 week ago
    "Disrespect" seems to me to be only the proper attitude toward Trump. He's a big-government fascist, one I considered only slightly less horrible than Hillary Clinton last year.
    If Steyer were guilty only of "disrespect," he'd be acceptable but, from all I've seen, he too is just another HUGE government fascist.
    Rational people should have, long ago, completely given up on the two old parties.
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    • Posted by  $  5 months, 1 week ago
      You obviously think Trump is a big government fascist. He has been an official for 10 months. Please provide examples to demonstrate the validity of your declaration.
      BTW I also long ago gave up on the two old parties.
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      • Posted by editormichael 5 months, 1 week ago
        Yes, it should be obvious since I said it in just those words.
        Just one example: He baldly, openly, endorsed eminent domain as a presidential candidate last year, and I admire his honestly admitting he's a big-government fascist (something the Democrats never do).
        But long before he became a politician, he was giving big bunches of money to the very worst of U.S. politicians, including the evil fascist Hillary Clinton -- whom, by the way, even Tom Steyer disdained! -- and he tried to use eminent domain for his own benefit, trying to chase that widow lady out of her home so he could have the room for a parking lot.
        If Casey Stengel were here, he'd tell me You Could Look It Up, but right now I can't name you other specific examples of his continuing support for big government.
        Now it is true he did SAY a few things, such as cutting two old regulations for one new one, a wonderful idea. But has anything other than talk resulted? I sure haven't heard (which, I admit, is not necessarily proof).
        Granted, he is hampered by his (currently) own spineless Republican Party, and actively blocked by the Democrats, including the "news" media.
        I watched and listened to a bit of his campaign up to and through the convention, and watched his acceptance speech.
        I see nothing to make me recant.
        BUT, if you have evidence to the contrary, I honestly would LOVE to see it. Thank you.
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        • Posted by  $  5 months, 1 week ago
          A couple of years ago I saw an article that had 17 points to determine a fascist govt . The US scored 13 or 14 out of 17. He inherited a behemoth grown by the swamp that is his worst enemy. He , like many Americans found out thanks to wikileaks about the corruption Clinton was all about. I respect your opinion but nothing in this definition or your argument convinces me . By definition fascist :a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.
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          • Posted by editormichael 5 months, 1 week ago
            One more small point: In the early days of the previous century, communism was often referred to as "red fascism."
            Some of us still use that term.
            Socialism is government ownership. We actually, despite the mis-use and over-use of the term, have very little socialism in these United States: post office, roads, army, police, schools, courts.
            But we certainly do have LOTS of fascism. Almost everything you can name is, one way or another, controlled by some government.
            Even our daily lives are very much controlled and regulated by some government: Try to drive to work without your government permission to drive; try even to apply for a job without your government-issued card embossed with a government-issued number.
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          • Posted by editormichael 5 months, 1 week ago
            No, fascist, in the Reader's Digest condensed definition is ... well, first: Socialism is government ownership; Fascism is government control.
            Mussolini was first a Marxist -- and a journalist! as was Marx! -- and his nationalism came afterward.
            And don't you see regimentation as a goal of pretty much ALL the leaders of both Democrat and Republican parties?
            I do.
            Except for maybe three or four members of Congress, most of the DCvers see as first choice more government as any answer.
            (Actually it IS the answer if the question is What is the worst enemy of rational and freedom-loving individuals?)
            And Trump has contributed nothing I know of to stem that tide.
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            • Posted by editormichael 5 months, 1 week ago
              Today, Friday, a close and intelligent and informative friend said it is reported that there HAVE been some reductions in the federal bureaucracy.
              I said, Well, then Trump is in for more attacks and trouble.
              But not from me.
              If that reduction is true, Trump will be the first in my lifetime.
              Reagan promised it, but nothing came of it, because the Republican establishment took over his administration.
              Somebody made a charade of getting rid of some agencies, but actually merely combined a bunch, with no lessening of federal parasites, uh, I mean employees.
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