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This is a compilation video of Donald Trump's views and
opinions being consistent over the past 30 years.

Technically speaking, Donal Trump is a successful businessman.
The US being a corporation, Trump is by all logical standards, the
most competent candidate for the US presidency.
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chrisemersonnc Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ha cool! My video made it to deviant art!  Thanks whoever copied/posted it here! Long live the God Emperor Trump!
blog.chris-emerson.com/2016/07…
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2018
That was a useful compilation to say the least.
However we should be weary of Trump's actions.
He is pressured by serious third party interests
who want war with Syria, which is not our white
interest. He could betray us, which I think he
will do when he is potentially re-elected for his
second term, and will go full-out Israel-serving.

This is my prediction.
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chrisemersonnc Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
100% understand your concerns ... but I, for one, will follow him to my grave. Fortunately it appears fears around Syria round 2 can be put to rest. PS: Check out this guy if you haven't before - addresses stuff like this with great depth/detail: nicholasjfuentes.com
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jewboy2 Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2016
Wow, great video!  Several times in the video he discusses China, and others, devaluing the currency.  By doing this China is in effect charging a tariff/tax on American products, all because our products cost more for China citizens to buy.  That is the result of China devaluing the dollar.  That cost American jobs as US companies HAVE TO move their companies to China, where is cost less to manufacture their products.  The American businesses have no choice if they are going to survive, they can't compete with a different set of rules for China businesses to American businesses.
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016
Yes, unfortunately no one is doing anything about it.
All the US and European presidents seems to be a
failure after another, except a few ones.

Westerners should devaluate their currency to be
more on the concurrence level with China. To do that
you need to reduce the general price of life also, with
this debt driven system, I fear this will never happen.
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jewboy2 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016

Take a look at this link by Emory Law school describing devaluing of the dollar by countries and the potential to lead to another Great Depression. --> law.emory.edu/…/c……

Quote --> "The dangers of currency manipulation show prominently in the lessons learned from the 1920s and 1930s. In fact, currency manipulation played an important role in ushering in the Great Depression, as nationalistic currency wars increased the rapid descent of an already weak global economy."

What countries are mandated to do but ignore --> "Additionally, Article IV, Section 1 of the IMF’s Articles of Agreement specifies that members will “avoid manipulating exchange rates or the international monetary system in order to prevent effective balance of payments adjustment or to gain an unfair competitive advantage over other members."

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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016
I am forbidden to access the link, error 403.

I agree with this analysis. Since the FED lied on it's gold
reserves and deregulated the gold standard system, the
global economy got an infinitely inflationary problem. In
short, people creating money out of thin air. 

As long as either the gold standard isn't put back in place
or the economical systems become national exclusive,
compensated by exchanging the resources instead of selling
them, the current economical system is bound to fail, yet again.

A system of infinite debt and credit can only survive as long
as everyone accepts others to en-debt. The day one country
refuses it, it will be war.
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jewboy2 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016
Absolutely!  Too bad about the link.  It's a very detailed/informative article.  Even though I cut and put it, this site converted it wrong.  Try this one instead -->  law.emory.edu/eilr/content/vol…

If that still doesn't work try searching this title --> "Chinese Currency Manipulation: Are There Any Solutions?" by this author -->  "Laurence Howard " from Emory Law.
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016
The link works and I have read it.
They don't seem to give any solution. I still think
that NS economy is close to perfect, for the current
needs of our economy at least.
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jewboy2 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016
Can you elaborate as to why?  I'm not familiar with how it works.
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:iconder-himmelstern:
Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016
The base principles are that it works in closed circuit to prevent
funds being drained away by international economical crisis, in
that case the 1929 great depression. This gave them the needed
capacity to control completely, or almost, the circulation of value
within the country, but there is a catch. No country can survive
by itself. It needs international trade and commerce. Thus they
found a way to get the needed resources, food mainly in their
case, by direct exchange, with no monetary transaction. They
then nationalized the central bank of Germany, to handle the
state as a commercial company. Their goal was to guarantee
income for the state, which will be used to invest even more in the
state, thus creating a vicious cycle of enrichment. Without a closed
circuit, this wouldn't have been possible since economical growth
would have been siphoned away through the eternal debt system.

Also worth noting, is the fact that since they didn't have any gold
reserves anymore, they used another thing to back their currency
on; the labor force, setting up a labor bank was a genius idea, as
they theorized that the real richness of a country, is in fact it's
workers.
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The-Mad-Walker Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't trust him... Along with the other presidential candidates.
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
I don't really trust him either. It's the only candidate
which I am not sure of. All the others are clearly
dangerous and must be prevented from reaching
power.

We will probably need other political parties, but breaking
the 2 party system in the US, is not going to be easy.
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The-Mad-Walker Featured By Owner Edited Jul 5, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree.

It's not gonna be easy due to fact that the American political system (like the two party system) was specifically crafted by it's creators (which are blue-blooded Freemasons) to be this way right from the very beginning. So breaking it is right next to impossible.

The only way I can think of breaking the cycle is to restart or remodel the system from its very foundation. But then again but that of course will probably destroy the United States we know of. (In which I don't mind)

It appears that our choices are very limited as of now... (Unless if you are willing to take the risk)
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2016
The US isn't a country to begin with, it's a corporation based in
Columbia, Washington. Citizens are not subjects, they are
merchandise possessed by this corporation and all other states
are the physical possession of this corporation, known as the
United States of America.

The transformation of this corporation to a real country couldn't
be bad for the people.
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The-Mad-Walker Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I totally agree.  Not only America, we should also de-corporatize our nations and our world as well. 
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2016
Yes, putting the power and the destiny of men between
the hands of merchants was a bad idea. 
One should not be surprised to see those people displacing
ethnic groups like merchandise from one country to another,
selling "workforce" and even putting a price on life itself. 
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The-Mad-Walker Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Indeed.
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Mad-AutistiK-Hatter Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
One of the worst traitor Jews on the ballot in my opinion. This is why I don't vote. Its basically choose Jew, Jew, Jew or Jew. youtu.be/WTTRKgLDk44
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Neetsfagging322297 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
None of them would go anywhere without that but only Trump have been rustling their jimmies.

Mark Levin Ben Saphiro and Michelle Fields have gone so mad on Trump their viewers and supporters started dropping them.
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
I fear you are right. The reason why I would give Trump
his chance is because he is the only candidate which I
am not totally sure of the betrayal. We need a third wave
indeed.
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DCJBeers Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2016
I can't wait for him to win!!
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:iconder-himmelstern:
Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2016
We'll see if he is up to the task.
I hope so.
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DCJBeers Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2016
I'm assured that he is very much up to the task. I have hope in him!
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2016
I would give him his chance, still I would keep an eye on him.
I don't really trust classical politics, and Trump also has a lot
of Jewish supporters.
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DCJBeers Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
I have full confidence in Donald Trump!
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
Only time will tell. I'm pretty much sure that
a third way is going to be needed as the 2
party system is controlled by the same lobbyists.

Still, I will give Donald Trump a try.
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DCJBeers Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016
Glad to hear it!
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Ghost-MissingNo Featured By Owner Edited Jul 1, 2016  Student Artist
Honestly I care less for what a president/premier Yankees “think(s)” they chose, as long as it’s not part of the CKquean atomic-nuclear cartel.
Roosevelts, Bushes, Clintons and Kennedys – State Cult of the Jovian Baphomet-Washington, Avram Lincoln the Tyrant and Black Luther.
With both Pauls nominating him as a successor and Bern(d) sperging out, are there any better alternatives left? Don’t thinks so!
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Mega-Shonen-One-64 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sorry. I hate him.
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ACommissionReviewer Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
Successful businessman my ass. If you're given 400 million dollars and the CEO position for many companies because of your dad than anyone can be a successful businessman.
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Ghost-MissingNo Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016  Student Artist
Still better than that a certain cuckquean :XD:.

Got everything due to the richness their dynasty made after ransacking randum cuntries for the lulz.
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ACommissionReviewer Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
Actually she's the better option since at least when it comes to the democrat establishment it's no where near as crazy as the GOP establishment.
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Ghost-MissingNo Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016  Student Artist
Oh please, tell that to bombed Serbs and Benghazi civilians, or all those harvested and cannibalised organs from them.

Trump says shit to get popular, since he is anti-system I’d rather have him elected. I doubt he’s going to do half of that anyway. He got most of his stuff himself, not due to getting cuckqueaned by some Yugo-hater.
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ACommissionReviewer Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
Oh yes because he hasn't said anything like bombing the Middle East right? Which in turn would screw up the world economy way more than a brexit. Also keep conspiracy theories out of import discussions please?
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Ghost-MissingNo Featured By Owner Edited Jul 1, 2016  Student Artist
Conspiracy theories, like Obongo being Muslamic? Oh wait Gaddafi said this actually, he sponsored Sarkozy and him too, naively! Now lets not forget how he admitted being behind the Usrinian coup too! Remember the Echelon and "Chemtrails", two conspiracies which turned out to be a thing? Yep same Obama said the latter is "geo-engineering" to "alter or remove the global warning spook". Echelon is an Anglo-spying thing in case you didn't heard of this, too called conspiracy originally.
I Love Bombing Slavs by Ghost-MissingNo  Enrichments and KCModqueans by Ghost-MissingNo  
Honestly we Europeans don't really care whatever president they chose, just get the fuck out of geopolitics and disappear (from the maps) forever overall. We want to see Washington (and New York, San Francisco too preferably) treated same they Allies did with Japan. Russo-Chinese domination is what we Eastern Europeans would prefer to see much rather, that is like in old good Cold War days.
And this is our situation: Khokholfugees by Ghost-MissingNo  Rapefugees and Banderafugees by Ghost-MissingNo , what would you do on our position?
Trump opposes russophobia, all that matters to me. I don't want to see more idiotic coups on my borders. You can't anger a nuclear power eternally, you know? Even Catechon have his nerves to push the damn button.
"You need to go back" - As says the eternal quote. Shillary is NOT an alternative, it's same presidential dynasties ruling the masonic democratic republic of US&A since decades.
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sootyjared Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
What are you talking about? He already is elected, he has fixed it for him to win. 
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
I must admit I don't really understand the US election system.
Can you please explain it to me? I've seen the results but it
seems it isn't over just yet.
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sootyjared Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
If you were leader of a shadowy government agency or the leader of something like "Zionism", wouldn't you want someone like trump? You and most far right wouldn't get up and shout or fight when he starts restricting and removing rights and freedom. He has already stated that he wants to limit the Internet and ban muslims from entering the country, are these not a symbol of the new world order? Yeah sure, it only effects muslims, but who's next? You or me? These views are test bed views, to see what will happen with his supporters. That wall he want to make, does it not remind you of the wall separating gaza and Israel? Or the Berlin Wall? If you were trying to keep people out, wouldn't you make up some story about keeping the "illegals" out? 
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
The new world order's goal is to mix up all peoples of the earth,
destroy their culture, race, history if possible in order to make them
all the "same". This will permit them to control everyone with a
global culture, a global "race", a global government, controlled by
people which don't do, what they will have forced others to do and
live by. Nationalism is the enemy of the new world order.

This wall has become a necessity. The difference is that where the US
is building a wall to prevent the invasion, Israel is the actual invader.
Palestinians should be the ones building a wall against Israel.
Let's look at history. China has build a wall against the Mongol invaders.
If it wasn't for this, China might even not exist anymore. The Berlin wall
was build by the invaders of Germany.

There are defensive walls, and walls build by the invaders.


Can you please explain to me where the US presidential campaign is for
the moment? I don't think it's over yet, is it? 
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sootyjared Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
But nationalism goal is to destroy people's personal culture in support of the nations chosen culture, like how the nazis party banned jazz music and art.
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
Nationalism defends ones people's culture.
If you don't do it, you can then replace any culture
by anything else, why not a single world culture?

Nationalism defends culture, race, morals values,
religions and land. Destroying nationalism, destroys
everything which is protected by it.
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sootyjared Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
No, I am talking about people's personal cultures, what people do and look like. Nationalism is about forcing people into the nations culture, it's like the 50's with the backward idea of women being housewives and men being mainly and all the shit, the culture of a 1984 styled state where anything remotely consider odd or out of place is illlegal and people like me are out to death for "damaging the country".


*cough* the new world order *cough*
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Der-Himmelstern Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016
I think your fears are unfounded.
We will all be just fine.
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