New York Times vs Trump

Once again the media has spoken from the lips of slander and would have us believe that all the racial tension and Islamophobia is a direct result of Trump. Once again, despite claiming that they will no longer revert to defamation, libel and slander, the New York Times prefers to peddle their wares of hate, while inciting righteous, arrogant attitudes and defaming our President elect.

“Millions of Americans are justifiably frightened by the tide of racism, anti-Semitism and xenophobia that has swept the country since the election of Donald Trump, whose campaign stoked these views and who named Stephen Bannon of Breitbart News his chief strategist in the White House.”

I guess they have forgotten about the Oakland riots in 2009, the Pittsburgh G-20 riots in 2009, the Akron Ohio riots in 2009, the Springfest riot, the Santa Cruz riot, Oakland riots, LA riots, Occupy Wall Street, Anaheim, Brooklyn, Ferguson, Chicago riots, Baltimore riots, on and on the list of racial divide stoked under the auspices of our supreme leader – Obama. Apparently, there were over 25 major riots in the US during the Obama administration, compared to seven in the 80’s and 12 from 2000 to 2009.

It would seem the New York Times forgot about the racial tensions escalating in our schools and businesses and on the streets stoked by our esteemed leader – Obama.

Apparently, the New York Times has forgotten about the racial tensions that have escalated to breaking points not seen since the 1960’s during the tenure of our esteemed leader – Obama.

And perhaps our esteemed New York Times has forgotten that Islamophobia was a phrase coined in 1918 and became standard in England and the US in 1997 when Bill Clinton was President…uh-oh! Maybe the NYT forgot that detail.

And maybe what the NYT forgot was the fact that Trump denounced terrorism – not Muslims. And that terrorism is perpetrated by al-Qaeda, el-Nusra and ISIS, all Muslim terrorist organizations. And maybe the New York Times has already forgotten the terrorist attacks in Paris, Belgium, Orlando and California – all by Muslims.

Maybe the New York Times has forgotten what it was like to travel pre 9-11, before TSA, before security checks, before planes and their passengers were decimated from this earth. Or the reportedly 31 ‘foiled terrorist attacks in the US’ since 2000 – most, but not all, purportedly by Muslims.

Because the New York Times would not seem to be reporting for the American People, they would be reporting for division-racism-inciting hate-and a lame attempt to drum up business by reporting FAKE NEWS, the very fake news that Facebook and Twitter and Google all decry as hate speech that must be censored. So maybe these same media outlets should consider censoring the New York Times!

The media, the criers, the safe spacers, the rioters, the protestors, the vengeance filled haters need to take a long Rip Van Winkle nap or just move to Canada and fulfill their veiled threats.

And lest we are confused over the financial status of the New York Times, as a public company they are required to release the data. Between 2011 and 2015, Revenue declined by 28%, between 2012 and 2015 and the number of employees was halved, but wages and benefits were not. Year over year, the biggest hits have been for pension costs and severance pay. Per share value dropped from $1.11 to $.38.

Their CEO, Mark Thompson, is from the UK and was formally with the BBC – which is a government mandated censored source of news. So he is familiar with censorship. His compensation for 2015 was $8.564 million. In 2011, then CEO, Janet Robinson took home a whopping $11.5 million, of which half was classified as ‘Other’. It cost the Times $23 million to get rid of her.

During Thompson’s tenure at the BBC they paper came under fire for editorial guideline breaches, deceptive journalism, and political bias.

Owning 17% of the company, and considered the ‘largest Class B owner’ is Carlos Slim, a Mexican business magnate of Lebanese descent whose estimated net worth is about $82 billion. He is considered the richest man in the world. His Lebanese parents and Muslim background could possibly account for the New York Times controversial attitude toward Islamophobia, not to mention the ‘Wall of Mexico’.

Slim’s real estate holdings include 417 fifth avenue NYC, as well as a portion of The New York Times building.

The paper is owned by the Ochs-Sulzberger family trust which holds 88% of the Class B shares and is /managed/held by 13 cousins of Sulzberger Sr who had no sons and refused rights to his daughter. The family is of German Ashkenazi Jewish descent.

Professionalism in our media has tanked to an all time low, headed by many of the once great giants who seem to think that The National Enquirer methodology is better for their bottom line – and Truth is Fiction.

A Charter City in Honduras – the ZEDE Effect

What if groups of Investors Ruled Cities? What if committees oversaw all management instead of politicians? Would it be any different?

– ZEDE –

Honduras is one of the poorest Latin American countries riddled with crime, corruption, gangs and violence. A US backed coup hailed in a new leader in 2009, Juan Hernandez, replacing the elected Zelaya. Hernandez, was the US choice as he would back a critical new concept, ZEDE. When the locals realized what the true concept meant to them, they took the case to the Supreme Court. Four of the five judges ruled against the ZEDE concept in favor of the people. Hernandez fired the four judges and replaced them with 4 new and approved ‘abiding ones’. And so the case for ZEDE was approved. Voila!

ZEDE = Zone for Employment and Economic Development.

Basically, a ZEDE is a privately owned and ruled city. It operates outside of the law of the land and is taxed at a significantly lower rate per a negotiated contract with the government of the country. Each ZEDE will nominate their own internal governing body as outlined by the 21 members of the “Committee for Adoption of Best Practices”. The governor will be called Secretary and the committee has full authority over the actions of the Secretary. The land necessary to create a ZEDE is bought by the group of investors from either the government, or from private parties, depending on ownership. However, if the private party does not want to sell, the land is appropriated by the government and sold anyway – something like ’eminent domain’.

Promoters of ZEDES claim they will reduce poverty and increase security. While opponents claim the cities are built for the uber wealthy elite and organized crime and will serve to take away their sovereignty and increase poverty through class status.

There are currently 14 potential locations for ZEDE’s in Honduras, coincidentally they are all either on the sea, or they are in places where there is known oil. These enclave cities being self governing will have some autonomy with the current government legally, economically, administratively or politically, but for the most part can adopt their own set of laws and regulations. They will have their own courts, police, prisons and security. And while human rights laws against sex trafficking, child abuse, money laundering and drugs are regulated according to Honduran law, they can change that with the approval of Congress.

But laws in Honduras are not as strident nor as punished as ours in the US. Drug trafficking is raging forward, human trafficking for slaves is not illegal, and although sex trafficking is illegal, there has been very little done to actually enforce the laws. ZEDES need only be compliant with similar human rights laws established and enforced by the government.

They are identified as LEAP zones and operate according to their own rule of law. Theoretically, ninety percent of the internal employment is supposed to come from local Hondurans. Technically, there are no restrictions on their self governing laws – however, a free market system is a requirement. All imports are free of taxes, fees, tariffs and any other charges. In addition, a major focus is the creation of a tax haven.

This is not a concept – this has already been signed and ratified in Honduras under the regime change president, Hernandez.

Who is behind the ZEDES?

According to their website, in order for projects to be considered for admission into the ZEDE Regime (their word not mine), the Committee for Adoption of Best Practices (CAMP) will make that decision. The members of this committee include; Grover Norquist, Mark Klugmann, Mark Skousen, Richard Rahn, Michael Reagan, Loren Smith, Lars Christensen, Morton Blackwell, Alex Cranberg, Barbara Kolm, Salem Ben Nassar Al-ismaily, Faith Ryan Whittlesley-Articulo, Ricardo Cardona Lopez, Ricardo Rodolpho Joest, Octavio Rubin Barrientos, Ebal Jair Lupian, Surse Pierpoint, Alejandra Chafuen, Enrique Ghersi and Kakha Bendukidze.

So who are these guys?

Cranberg = energy, Norquist = connections and money, Klugmann = developed LEAP, Skousen = investment analyst, Salem Ben Nassar Al-ismaily = written about mining and metallurgy exploration, from Oman (and there is insinuation of working for the intelligence department of Oman per Bob Carr a former Australian intelligensia), Enrique Ghersi = a lawyer and free market activist, Alejandro Chafuen = President of Atlas Network, an NGO promoting less government and free markets and Barbara Kolm = President of European Center for Economic Growth.

Given their stout support of economic freedom, market freedom, and an ‘altered’ government body, they represent the antithesis of the Socialist and Globalist agenda of Soros. Right? But wait. Grover Norquist actually appeared in a Soros funded ad tauting for more immigrants to come to the US and condemning Islamaphobia… Norquist also allegedly has links to the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas and Hezbollah according to Frank Gaffney and Glenn Beck. He created the Islamic Free Market Institute and is married to a Palestinian woman.

His profile is oddly checkered. Given his hardline Republican stances, it is an odd that he supports some very liberal views – not to mention aligning with Soros. But Soros has been known to play ‘both sides of politics’. Paul Ryan, Grover Norquist and Rubio – the trilogy of immigration thought as in, “Sharia Law is compatible with the US Constitution.” ~ Grover Norquist. Could that be his intent in his Honduras ZEDE? Sharia Law? Unfortunately, I suppose we will have to wait and see as in – the ink is dry…

In totality – its that odd shift of who is right, who is wrong, who is the good guy and who the bad – that has now discombobulated our thoughts to the point – we don’t know. And that’s a bit scary.

Ben Carson, CAIR and David Horowitz – An Untangled Web

Ben Carson has suggested that, in his opinion, a Muslim who’s faith is Islam should not be qualified to be President of the US. The media ridicules him for his statement.

Trump is chastised roundly for not ‘defending Obama’ when a question is posed and the man refers to Obama as a Muslim.

CAIR, calls on Ben Carson to – quit.

Hillary takes jab at GOP’s.

Clinton says Trump fueling paranoia with his Muslim views.

And it’s only just begun.

CAIR claims it is the spokesperson of all US Muslims. But the percentage of Muslims in the US is less than 1%, around .8% of the total population. Not terribly noteworthy in terms of total force and hardly a force that can demand Carson to quit. Muslims have historically voted for Democrats, 72% voted for Obama while their voter turnout has been approximately 2/3 of their population – 1,700,000.

Add to the flames that CAIR has a relatively savory reputation for belonging to and or assisting terrorists, they certainly are not a great spokesperson for the religion. CAIR has been linked to Hamas. Created by The Muslim Brotherhood, an organization decreed a terrorist organization by Egypt, Saudi Arabia and by the United Arab Emirates, they are not exactly squeaky clean.

So why do we listen to them? Why are they given media attention at all with regard to Ben Carson?

CAIR boasts a membership of …5,000. Again, hardly noteworthy. But the media would have their panties in a wad because Ben Carson made what they term as an Islamophobic statement. Really? I’d say he made a judgment call on a topic that indicts terrorists and prohibits them from governing the US. Personally, I’m not a fan of Shari’a.

So why all the fuss?

Well, it would appear that the ‘fuss’ is relegated to the media, and does not seem to be the voice of the people.   But then the government and the media ceased being the voice of the people years ago. Instead, they became the voice that wants to defraud the people. Hillary thought using the point would elevate her status, as did Sanders when they decried foul!

Who does CAIR like? Hillary, Rubio and Christie. Who does CAIR dislike? Basically anyone even remotely associated with David Horowitz Freedom Center. According to The Southern Poverty Law Center, a group funded by George Soros, David Horowitz is “the godfather of the anti-Muslim movement”.   This indirectly connects Soros and CAIR as having the same ideals and principles.

David Horowitz has a fascinating background. His parents embraced communism and Stalin, and raised him in a world fed heavy doses of propaganda and censorship. It wasn’t until 1956 that his parents read Nikita Kruschevs Secret Speech and felt deeply betrayed, subsequently renouncing their stance.   David was a devout Marxist advocating his far left political views in the UK and later in the US. A proponent of The Black Panther Party, but moved away from this when confronted with the murder of Betty Van Patter, a good friend whose body was found floating in the San Francisco Bay. The Black Panthers were suspect. Sometime in 1985, David formerly voiced his shift in loyalties in his support to then Republican, Ronald Reagan.

A prolific writer, in advocating for a conservative view, Horowitz claimed our universities were being redefined to a political correctness that had one leaning and one leaning only – left. He exposed 101 professors that he feels are dangerous in their ideals and socialist views in a book entitled, The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America. And despite a special investigation led by The House of Representatives in 2006 which found that students were not unfairly targeted if their views did not conform to leftist thinking, with the rise of social media, we have seen that is not true time and again.

Two of my sons were witness/victim of these politically correct agenda’s while on campus. Within the college community, it is well known, and routine.

Having turned his sights on Islam, Horowitz wrote of the ‘unholy alliance’, and became a target of CAIR. The book was a bestseller and sold millions of copies. He has been on numerous speaking engagements within various universities and each time shows the explicit anti-Jewish view of the Muslim students, their embrace of Hamas, and their inability to debate with any merit.

Perhaps, he would like to endorse Ben Carson.