1…………> Trump’s Candy Shop: C’mon Over
“As President of the United States, I will always put American first just as the leaders of other countries should put their countries first,” Mr Trump said.
“When the United States grows, so does the world,” Mr Trump said.
“American prosperity has created countless jobs around the globe and the drive for excellence, creativity and innovation in the United States has led to important discoveries that help people everywhere live more prosperous and healthier lives,” President Trump concluded.
As Forum chairman Klaus Schwab introduced him to the audience, the President said it was not until he became a politician that he realized “how nasty, how mean, how vicious and how fake the press can be”, a remark that drew “boos” from some politically correct types.
“America is open for business and we are competitive once again. We support free trade but it needs to be fair and it needs to be reciprocal,” Mr Trump said.
2………..> The Pervert Invasion: Nassar MD
The entire board of the US Gymnastics authority is set to resign in the wake of the scandal involving the sexual abuse of more than 150 female athletes by former team doctor Larry Nasser, with 5 directors, 2 sporting officials resigning from Michigan State University
Nasser, 54, was sentenced to between 40 and 175 years in prison following a week of testimony by his victims, and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) threatened to strip the gymnastics body of its power if all 21 board directors did not resign by next week.
3…………> New Kid On The Block: PLA
In its trek to develop cutting-edge technologies in order to become the new military tech superpower, China has selected 120 top specialists with PhD degrees to work in a leading research institute on artificial intelligence and quantum technologies for military applications.
“President Xi Jinping has launched a massive overhaul and modernization of the country’s military and he said in a speech given to the military science academy last July that China should aim at building world-class military technology institutes,” the South China Morning Post reported.
“Nullifying via asymmetrical means the general US military superiority in envisaged regional flashpoints such as the Taiwan Strait,” was identified by military expert as China’s aim to enter into these military tech fields.
4…………> Tres Pistoleros: Multipolar World
Mr Trump’s first 100 days as President have dramatically demonstrated the phenomenon of a global power shift, a shift that despite all the rhetoric about “making America great again” has demonstrated US limited capacity to impose its will on the rest of world: i.e. starting with dedicated and dangerous rivals like Russia and China, US now is facing two centres of power that are no longer willing to comply with America’s interests and priorities, a stark reality visible everywhere, in international trade and finance, diplomacy, and numerous conflicts around the world.
Despite increase US military spending by $54 billion, launching
59 Tomahawk missiles against an air force base in Syria, dropping the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal on a cave and tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan, and threatening military action against North Korea, it appears that utility of military power is diminishing.
US still remains a bankrupt country with National debt of 20.7 trillion dollars and still going up, a divided government where President Trump has no control over his own Department of Justice, just to mention few, and “Fake news media” that is a mouthpiece of the Council of Foreign Relations, a globalist contraption that raised China to be world 2nd superpower.
Are America’s enemies smelling “blood in the water”? Don’t bet against it, since the chairman of the Planetary Commission, our very own Comrade George Soros said yesterday that Trump will be out not later that 2020, if not sooner.
5………..> Killer #1: Fentanyl
“We must keep this poison off our streets and out of our communities. Fentanyl (synthetic opioid that is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine) is now the number one killer, surpassing heroin, prescription drugs, and car accidents as the leading cause of accidental death,” Sen. Rob Portman’s said of this deadly epidemic that has ravaged his home state of Ohio, and in fact the whole of Appalachia.
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