The real Russia collusion.

Jul 2013
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Comparing trump to the Nazis. Man? Who saw that one coming? Lol. Wait wait wait! You are going to claim “no he is just a fascist!”

Nah. Even the ultra left wing anti free speech social rejects at vox agree he isn’t a fascist:

I asked 5 fascism experts whether Donald Trump is a fascist. Here's what they said.

Seems to me you are showing us some partisan blinders over your bitter partisan hatred of trump.

Anyway. It must be humiliating to lose to him.
From your link:

He's simply a racist who wants to keep the current system but deny its benefits to groups he's interested in oppressing.

Griffin, who is a professor of history and political theory at Oxford Brookes University, puts it best: "You can be a total xenophobic racist male chauvinist bastard and still not be a fascist."
To be very, very clear: Donald Trump is a bigot. He is a racist. He is an Islamophobe and a xenophobe. He profits off the hatred and stigmatization of traditionally oppressed groups in American society. That makes him, and his European peers, and racists in other eras in American history, a threat to crucial values of equality and fair treatment, and a threat to the actual human beings he's targeting and demonizing. And he's in particular mainstreaming Islamophobia, which is on the rise in recent months, as seen in a recent incident in which a Muslim engineer was harassed at a Fredericksburg, Virginia, civic meeting. "I’m really not sure those views in Fredricksburg would be aired were it not for Trump’s ‘mainstreaming’ of these prejudices," Feldman says.
So right wing bigot is a more precise description, so can we just make that RWB for short? Would that appease your sense of "correctness"?
 
Apr 2014
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#74
Isn’t it amazing that the Republicans let something this serious go?I knew they were part of this conspiracy to protect Hillary LOL
 
Jan 2007
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The Neocons are alive an well on PH with PNAC/ Scaife debunked memes being posted by the barrelfull. Poor babies.... so behind the times that it's embarrassing, just like their politicians.
High technology transfers to the Russians under Obama's regime were very real.. You seem quite ok with it. Maybe what they have learned and received from us can be used
against us.
 
Dec 2018
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#77
From your link:




So right wing bigot is a more precise description, so can we just make that RWB for short? Would that appease your sense of "correctness"?
Absolutely. I’m fine with that. It is certainly better than the MORONIC CHILDISH MASS HYSTERIA currently displayed from the left. But then again...that still wouldn’t be accurate for him.

He was a former democrat and friends with the Clinton’s. He is a narcissist. He is whatever gets him the most publicity, power, and money. So your assessment is still wrong because it doesn’t delve into his modis operendi.

But of course...democrats aren’t interested
In reality or accuracy. It is all fake outrage. Sure the standard voter might actually spend 90% of their time shedding crocodile tears over the latest travesty, but ultimately? It is nothing more than an attempt to get the emotional vote from the overly sensitive pussies out there.
 
Jan 2007
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The program was pitched as a partnership involving U.S. and Russian government entities and companies. Major U.S. corporations like Boeing, Google, General Electric, Cisco and Microsoft – also generous donors to the Clinton’s family foundation – were solicited by Clinton to invest more than a billion dollars in the Skolkovo tech park outside Moscow, formally called the Skolkovo Innovation Center. The goal, Clinton said in speeches and to Russian media, was to “break down barriers with Russia,” create “more free flow of people and information” between the two countries, and ultimately strengthen Russia.

“The State Department actively and aggressively encouraged American firms to participate in Skolkovo,” the Government Accountability Institute report said. “Indeed, many of the Memorandums of Understanding signed by U.S. companies to invest and cooperate in Skolkovo were signed under the auspices of Hillary Clinton’s State Department.”

Many of the key figures in the Skolkovo tech park development had major financial ties to the Clintons, the report said, noting 17 of 28 companies, both Russian and American, made financial commitments to the Clinton Foundation or sponsored speeches by Bill Clinton.Clinton accused of aiding Moscow ops with push for 'Russian Silicon Valley'

Lets give away the farm to our so called enemies.
 
Jan 2007
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To achieve this the Foundation is overseeing the creation of the Skolkovo Innovation Center, composed of companies and startups, developing innovative technologies (currently numbering over 1,000), a Technopark, the Skolkovo Institute of Technology (Skoltech), a new graduate research University established in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Skolkovo city, located near Moscow. Together these entities will establish a vibrant ecosystem of technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Thirty of the world’s most successful corporations, including Boeing, Cisco Systems, EADS, GE, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Siemens, Nokia, Samsung etc. have already recognized the opportunity Skolkovo presents, having signed R&D partnership agreements with the Foundation.