Obama: The Fake president by Chris Knight

One of the remarkable news stories which occurred in mid-December 2016, which was ignored by both the establishment and alternative new sites, was Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s closing of his Obama birth certificate probe. The controversial Arizona sheriff of Maricopa county had been investigating the authenticity of the birth certificate that Obama had posted on the White House website, a response that Obama made at the time to probes by Donald Trump.

Investigator Mike Zullo showed a video at a press conference, the video focussing on nine areas on the birth certificate that showed it was a fake. Essentially, the date stamps on the lower-left portion of the birth certificate, according to forensic computer experts, had their angles identical to the birth certificate of Johanna Ah’Nee, whose birth certificate was allegedly used as a template for the forged Obama document.
The document purporting to be Obama’s birth certificate seems to be a scanned and printed computer document, according to these experts.
This is fascinating viewing.

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Obama’s Last Shot by John Steele

Writing in the Harvard Law Review (http://harvardlawreview.org/2017/01/the-presidents-role-in-advancing-criminal-justice-reform/), soon-to-be yesterday’s man, Hussein Obama said, among other things, that prayer is not enough, but that America needs even more gun control. All that from a man who has killed many innocent civilians (https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jul/01/obama-drones-strikes-civilian-deaths-with-drone-attacks),  and who is always guarded by big guys with lots and lots of…guns. He should be the first to go unarmed to prove his sincerity.

On the bright side, the gun side, Occidental Observer, not known for being much of a survivalist warrior site, has published an extract from Stefan Vestappen’s new book, A Masters Guide to the Way of the Warrior (Woodbridge Press, 2016).  The section published gives a concise argument as to why every free citizen, mentally capable and law abiding, should own a gun and know how to use it: http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2017/01/why-every-warrior-should-own-a-firearm/.

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We must always keep the fact firmly fixed in our minds, that genuine democracy is decentralised control of policy making. This is in harmony with the Christian philosophy that all power and authority should arise from within the Individual, who should have the greatest possible self-determination.

There are two basic philosophies in the world, each diametrically opposed to the other; obviously these two philosophies and the policies arising from them, result in two different types of organisation. All organisation has to do with the association of individuals.

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The Neocon’s declaration of war against Trump by The Saker

Ref: http://thesaker.is/the-neocons-declaration-of-war-against-trump/
After several rather lame false starts, the Neocons have now taken a step which can only be called a declaration of war against Donald Trump.

It all began with CNN published an article entitled “Intel chiefs presented Trump with claims of Russian efforts to compromise him” which claimed that:

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It is Time for a Real Conservative Party by James Reed

I know that there are many among us who are concerned about the rise of One Nation and the possible fracturing of the Liberal/National Coalition with a new conservative party. They see such developments as merely leading to the Labor Party getting office.
The Liberal/National Parties, however, differs little from Labor in basic ideology. Turnbull has once again breathed life into the Republic push, and he is firmly committed to Australia becoming a republic.
He will not budge on section 18C of the “There is No Freedom of Speech Act” because, he believes in it.

The breakaway of Katter and Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi to form new conservative groups is thus only natural. The Liberal/National Coalition are both rotten to the core. Better to destroy them both, endure Labor as a minority government, and rebuild. A new conservative party and other independents, sympathetic to traditional Australia, is needed to drain the Canberra swamp.

Ashby running One Nation: dumped candidate

Tracey Ferrier AAP
A dumped One Nation candidate says Pauline Hanson is not in control of her own party, and her controversial chief-of-staff James Ashby is running the show. Shan Ju Lin had been due to contest the seat of Bundamba at the next Queensland election for One Nation, but has been dumped over social media posts she made about gay people. Ms Lin, who is the second candidate to fall out with the party in the month since it unveiled a team of 36 to contest the next state election, says Mr Ashby advised her via a Facebook message that she'd been disendorsed, and she said she'd been unable to speak directly to Ms Hanson.

"I think Pauline gave him too much power, he is the one running the party, not Pauline," she's told the ABC.
"I should have had a chance to speak to Pauline but James Ashby just decided very quickly."
Ms Lin has since used her Facebook account to post messages of encouragement from One Nation supporters who say Mr Ashby is damaging One Nation and must go.
She also posted a link to an article published in The Australian at the weekend, which quotes former One Nation president Ian Nelson describing Mr Ashby as "the anti-Christ of politicians" with an undue amount of influence in the party.

On Monday, Mr Ashby dismissed Ms Lin's claims about party control.
"We know that's not true," he told AAP, declining to comment further.

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The news reports are that Pauline has ‘dumped’ One Nation’s 2018 Bundamba candidate Shan Ju Lin because of her ‘anti-gay’ comments and Pauline insists she will not let people trash her or her party.
Excuse me Pauline, I don’t think this issue is about you and your party, I think it is about Shan Ju Lin seeking to represent the people of the Queensland electorate of Bundamba.

I was interested in the advice former One Nation politicians had for Pauline.  After all, less than four months after four One Nation Senators were sworn in, Western Australia’s Rod Culleton has quit the party in disgust.  The coming judgement of the High Court will be of interest in his case.

Advice for Pauline Hanson from the ‘independent spirits’ of One Nation’s past 
ABC Home, 22 Dec 2016
Dorothy Pratt: 
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2012 QLD Independent MP
“Communicate. Communicate, communicate, communicate. Most of the people who join One Nation have very independent spirits. When it’s dogmatic, independent spirit is bucked.”
(I don’t think Pauline Hanson has learnt this lesson yet…ed)

Jeff Knuth: 
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2000 QLD New Country Party MP
2000 — 2001 QLD City Country Alliance MP
“Pauline Hanson needs to start trusting people a little more. There are a lot of people out there who can help her and advise her. But there are also a lot of opportunists. She needs to keep her guard up and use her wisdom.”

David Dalgleish: 
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2001 QLD City Country Alliance MP
“We all have time for Pauline, it’s Pauline that needs to find time for us. We were a by-product. She gets a bee in her bonnet, I think she just needs to stop and have a good deep and meaningful conversation.”

Ken Turner:
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2001 QLD Independent MP
“Pauline Hanson’s communication was no good. She never came to my office once. She never came to Townsville. A leader should do those things. It would make an absolute difference.  Talk about local things, local issues. Put them on a list then prioritise them, she will get elected again if she does that.”

Castro, Gastro, It’s All the Same by Peter West

The communist tyrant, Fidel (not to be confused with my dog “Fido”) Castro is dead, dying on November 25, 2016 (1926-2016). The Cuban-cigar smoking, ful-smelling, dictator’s funeral will be graced by an Obama aide:  http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/29/world/americas/obama-fidel-castro-funeral-cuba.html?_r=0. This is symbolic of the Left’s admiration for someone who was truly monstrous.

While the Left mourns one of its 1960s icons, there is little lament about the Cuban homosexuals who were sent to labour camps to work to death, or the dissents and journalists destroyed by psychiatric warfare. There was over 15,000 political enemies alone executed, which dwarfs the death toll associated with some, not-to-be-named US political figures, well, by a little.

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“All The Criminals in Their Coats ’n’ Their Ties... Are Free to Watch the Sun Rise” by Chris Knight

How’s this one: a mother of six is facing gaol time after selling a homemade meal to an undercover investigator: http://www.naturalnews.com/056132_regulations_food_police_California.html. The Californian woman sold a meal without a permit, and in the socialist republic of California (much like Australia), that is an offence with one year’s gaol time. She will go on trial in December. We in Australia also have our own versions of “food crimes,” but we may not be as crazy as California yet.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton may not be prosecuted by Trump, who perhaps for strategic reasons has moved away from appointing a special prosecutor, although maybe he might have changed his mind with the Democrat’s challenge of the election results: http://www.politicususa.com/2016/11/27/trump-threatens-prosecute-hillary-clinton-pursues-election-recount.html. Trump said to The New York Times:

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Everyone is Racist, Including the ABC, and SBS – Except Paul Keating by Tom North

Some media statements by notable people need to be quoted rather than paraphrased for the full impact to hit. Thus, consider Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson’s comments about the “racist” ABC (The Australian, November 22, 2016, p. 1) in the context of Paul Keating’s promising reforms which had been:

“Wrecked by ignorant ministers and malign bureaucrats, aided and abetted by the media, not the least the country’s miserable, racist national broadcaster.” The ABC was “a spittoon’s worth of perverse people willing the wretched to fail.”

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Draining Australia’s Political Cesspools and Swamplands by James Reed

With all the anti-Trump articles in the mainstream media, two more balanced ones did catch my eye, those articles making high quality comments.
Professor Ramesh Thakur (The Australian, November 18, 2016, p. 14), rightly noted that “Trump is neither a threat to democracy nor a symptom of its flaws but the people’s chosen instrument to refresh and regenerate democracy.” The people voted against a corrupt elite symbolised by Hillary Clinton, who represented both the cultural globalism of the politically correct Left and the economic globalism of the super-capitalist Right.

Commenting on section 18 C Professor Thakur says that the “same danger exists in Australia with weaponisation of identity politics to polarise voters.” Discussing the failure of the Human Rights Commission to protect the student’s rights, he says “It beggars belief that many politicians see no problem with section 18 C and reject the call to review and tweak it.”
Thus, in conclusion: “If mainstream Australian politicians belittle, deride and dismiss popular beliefs and anxieties, they make the rise of populist demagogues inevitable. Australia awaits a champion to drain the Canberra swamp.”

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Rigging by Deception: The Gun Control Drive, Australia by John Steele

The gun control debate recently resurfaced over the issue of the import ban of the Adler A110 lever action shotgun, which has become the latest hate symbol of the castrating gun control lobby. Turnbull and Abbott had a tiff about whether horse-trading had taken place to get NSW senator David Leyonhjelm’s vote. Leyonhjelm said that the federal government backed out of a written agreement to trade his vote on other legislation in exchange for an end to the Adler prohibitions and he claims being deceived by the Coalition. Yet more “rigging”.

Tony Abbott denied that any citizens outside of those protecting pollies, such as law enforcement, require a rapid-fire gun, and said the idea was just “crackers,” especially with terrorists out there. (The Australian, October 20, 2016, p. 4) That is a good reason why Abbott lost his position as prime minister because he doesn’t act and think like a classical liberal, but is more of the mold of Hillary Clinton.

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Hillary's Watergate? by Pat Buchanan

Ref: http://www.wnd.com/2016/10/hillarys-watergate/
After posting Friday’s column, “A presidency from hell?” about the investigations a President Hillary Clinton would face, by afternoon it was clear I had understated the gravity of the situation. Networks exploded with news that FBI Director James Comey had informed Congress he was reopening the investigation into Clinton’s email scandal, which he had said in July had been concluded.
“Bombshell” declared Carl Bernstein. The stock market tumbled. “October surprise!” came the cry.

The only explanation, it seemed, was that the FBI had uncovered new information that could lead to a possible indictment of the former secretary of state, who by then could be the president of the United States.
By Sunday, we knew the source of the eruption.
Huma Abedin, Clinton’s top aide, sent thousands of emails to the private laptop she shared with husband Anthony Weiner, aka Carlos Danger, who is under FBI investigation for allegedly sexting with a 15-year-old girl.
The Weiner-Abedin laptop contains 650,000 emails.

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Hillary Clinton: Wall Street’s Losing Horse? Constitutional Crisis? What’s the End Game? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

Ref: http://www.globalresearch.ca/hillary-clinton-wall-streets-loosing-horse-constitutional-crisis-whats-the-end-game/5553922


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The Chattering Class and the Rigged and Corrupt US of A by Charles Taylor

I am not amazed at the bias shown by the print media against Donald Trump, since even given his inadequacies – which are many – he has come to represent a challenge to our politically corrupt globalist system.

The Australian has been examined by this American (me) now temporary in Australia, and I found that the usual articles, even if stating that Clinton was “unfit to be president” because of well, all the scandals (more below), Trump was worse! (The Weekend Australian, October 29-30, 2016, p. 22) Trump is “sexist” and “racist” and a “deplorable human being.” No mention is made of Hillary Clinton’s 1996 comments about black children in gangs being “super-predators,” without conscience or empathy, who should be brought to “heal,” presumably like dogs: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ronda-lee/hillarys-superpredator-comment_b_9655052.html. Hillary Clinton is “a clear and unequivocal lesser of evils.” And everybody Bernard Salt knows is anti-Trump (The Weekend Australian Magazine), October 29-30, 2016), which says more about his circle of friends than Trump.

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Election Final: Hillary Clinton, An Overwhelming Package of Concentrated Evil by Charles Taylor

It’s been exhausting covering the US election for readers, with my fellow Aussie/American journalist friend here, Chris Knight. Everyday there seems to be new revelations of Clinton evil, but she just gets away with it, so far.
Beginning in no particular order, the Clinton foundation itself has confirmed that it accepted a $1million gift from Qatar while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. She had signed an ethics agreement in order to become Secretary of State to notify the State Department’s ethics official if a foreign government such as Qatar wanted to make donations, so that any concerns could be raised. However, the State Department found no record of the Clinton Foundation submitting the Qatar gift for review and that it was “incumbent on the foundation to notify the department about donations that needed review.”
At least eight other countries donated to the Foundation without the State Department being informed:  http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-foundation-idUSKBN12Z2SL. This is but one more example of Clinton placing herself above the rule of law, let alone morality. Conflicts of interest seem to matter nothing to the Clintons.                                        

The Remnant (http://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/fetzen-fliegen/itemlist/user/607-elizabethyore),  reports on the Soros/Clinton/Vatican partnership, or should we call it conspiracy.  Soros’ Open society granted $650,000 to PICO, a radical organisation for a meeting in the Vatican about the 2016 election. Here is what the article says about the outcome:

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Please listen to Alan Jones who talks about the threat to our underground water as talks to the former senior Queensland bureaucrat (Water Allocation and Planning) about the threat of damage from mines in the Galilee Basin and 200 square kilometres
Learn about the threat of 11/2-2million tonnes of salt being fed into into the Great Artesian Basin.
Listen here… http://www.2gb.com/article/alan-jones-%E2%80%93-tom-crothers#oKg9RkR44R4MusYy.01
David Pascoe’s Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/OVHRepro/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE&fref=nf
Yesterday you voted with the LNP to give mining companies free access to all the water they want.
The water trigger laws will give mining companies rights over the farmers and rural communities access to water
So here’s a question for you. How did the donations that have been made by the CFMEU to your party affect your decision to vote against the farmers?
We know the role the CFMEU is playing right now as the stooge union for New Hope Group - and we know they are 'looking after the numbers' for the vote in Queensland Parliament.
So tell us, boys.
Has a party that the people of Queensland always believed to be decent, hardworking and fair dinkum now lined up to get their little pink snouts in the trough as well?
What an absolute tragedy. We thought you were so much better than this, but that vote clearly seems to tell us otherwise.
Political parties can no longer afford to use the old “job jobs “ mantra over the nations requirements for its food and water security.
We will only support parties that are willing to put our nation first – and their own political careers second.
Shame on you. The people of rural and regional Queensland have always believed in you and put their trust in you - and now you turn around and do this to them.
Sold out for a drink of water. Now, that's quite an epitaph for a party headstone, isn't it?

Will Queen Hillary Rule Her Loyal Subjects from Gaol? by Chris Knight

Ahhh, the excitement of the journalistic world, as news rolls down the wire and stories need to be pounded out to reach deadlines! No sooner had we hard working journalists thought that we finished our work, and prepared to go to the pub to drink large quantities of alcohol,  then this news came relevant to our coverage of the US elections:
“Indictment Likely for Clinton,” or “Bret Baier: FBI sources Believe Clinton Foundation Case Moving Toward “Likely an Indictment,” at http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/11/02/fbi_sources_tell_fox_news_indictment_likely_in_clinton_foundation_case.html.

The Murdoch press/Fox News has a milder version of this:
“FBI’s Clinton Foundation Investigation Now ‘A Very High Priority,’ sources Say,’” at http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/11/02/fbis-clinton-foundation-investigation-now-very-high-priority-sources-say.html.
Here is a transcript from Fox New’s Bret Baier which puts the latest news in a nutshell:
BRET BAIER: Here's the deal: We talked to two separate sources with intimate knowledge of the FBI investigations.
One: The Clinton Foundation investigation is far more expansive than anybody has reported so far... Several offices separately have been doing their own investigations.
Two: The immunity deal that Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, two top aides to Hillary Clinton, got from the Justice Department in which it was believed that the laptops they had, after a narrow review for classified materials, were going to be destroyed. We have been told that those have not been destroyed -- they are at the FBI field office here on Washington and are being exploited.
Three: The Clinton Foundation investigation is so expansive, they have interviewed and re-interviewed many people. They described the evidence they have as 'a lot of it' and said there is an 'avalanche coming in every day.'

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Is Obama Really a Traitor? by Chris Knight

Obama is going into immoral panic mode for Hillary Clinton, and has said in an interview with Gina Rodriguez that illegal aliens should vote, for Hillary Clinton of course, and that they won’t be caught, deported or punished.
According to “the man,” the illegals are citizens because they contribute to the economy – presumably the cash-in-hand economy: http://www.naturalnews.com/055906_illegal_aliens_voting_Obama_interview.html.

This is an extraordinary example of the open political corruption which the West has fallen into. It is against the black letter law for illegals to vote, yet here is Obama advocating that people should break the law.
For him, and all cosmopolitanists, the law is strictly what they make it to be. This is a form of lawlessness because the fundamental principle of the rule of law is that the laws stand above people and constrain all. Obama and the Clintons put themselves above the law. So, Obama in failing to uphold his presidential oath, is a real traitor.

The Triumph of Trump - Let the Battle Begin!

Most of the “cultural war journalists" at this site had been busy working on a post-US election special which was to analyse how electoral and political corruption brought Trump down. But to our surprise and delight, a lot of this analysis is now only historically relevant given Trump’s heroic and epic victory, and of course, the triple whammy of Republicans also achieving a majority in both the US House of Representatives and the Senate.

We felt, given the utterly enormous amount of corruption within the American Establishment, that Trump could not get over the line; that it would be close, but the elites would steal the election. Although we were well aware of the Brexit effect given recent attempts to undermine it, we felt the globalists would not make the same mistake twice. And yet they did.
The opinion polls, with their sham claim of “statistical representation” based on samples of a few thousand, and the smoke and mirrors of shonky mathematics, were wrong! The arrogant chattering class were completely wrong! 

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