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Did Trump’s victory avert nuclear confrontation with Russia?

Can we also expect a de-escalation of tensions in the Middle East?

How would Trump’s presidency affect the current rise of global terrorism?

Should we applaud Donald and Bernie for the demise of TPP?

Will Donald put an end to mandatory vaccinations?

What is Trump’s position regarding the New World Order?

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on 13 Nov 2016 2:27 PM
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It doesn’t take a political genius to figure out what’s been going on with the US election drama in the past months, not unless the mainstream media is one’s only source of news, which for many has unfortunately become the propaganda machine for a deeply disturbing war on sanity being fought around the world today

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on 13 Nov 2016 12:00 AM
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There are big shockwaves hitting America and the world right now. Contrary to mainstream expectations and opinion polls Donald Trump has won the presidency by a minor landslide.  Many feel a despair and deep pain as they visualize four years of sexist remarks, narcissistic posturing, and belligerent racism. Others are experiencing the elation of being victorious over powerful dynasties and special interest groups.

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on 09 Nov 2016 2:00 PM
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I have a keen interest in many arenas of life, ranging from astrophysics to ancient history to deep psychology to geopolitics to metaphysics to systems theory to climate change to evolutionary biology to a deep passionate desire to help create a better world for us all.

 

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on 04 Nov 2016 2:56 PM
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Some people have read my recent posts and assumed I am excusing Trump for his biased stances and hateful behaviors, his adolescent personality and badass attitudes. What about his demeaning statements towards women and minorities? What about his narcissistic, bullying arrogance? Why hasn’t he declared his income taxes?

 

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on 27 Oct 2016 3:59 PM
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I’ve been watching my favorite soap opera, the so-called presidential debates, and gaining a little more clarity about the big picture of things. It has become very clear to me that it doesn’t even really matter who says what, who scores more political points, or who votes for who in this era of rigged elections and high corruption, because the outcome has been already decided, and the rest of it is all window dressing to give people the illusion that they have a vote, a choice, or a conscious voice in determining their national path and global destiny.

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on 26 Oct 2016 4:01 PM
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“If Trump and Hillary are stranded on a boat in the middle of the ocean and it sinks, who would survive?”

The answer? “America. America would survive!”

Unfortunately, there is more than a grain of truth in that little joke.  Although I tend to stay away from political debates for the most part, it feels important to share some perspectives as a world citizen about the elections coming up in the USA less than a month away.

 

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on 14 Oct 2016 4:03 PM
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It is all too often now that the nations of this world have been justifying the invasion of yet another sovereign nation based on scenarios and opinions carefully orchestrated by a deceptive media campaign.

 

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on 24 Feb 2016 3:16 PM
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