January 04, 2016

MUST SEE: Donald Trump vows to 'cut the head off of ISIS', doubles down on promises in new ad

Rebel Staff

Donald Trump's first campaign ad is bold and maintains the Republican front-runner's positions on illegal immigration and terrorism.

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The thirty second ad titled “Great Again” begins with a narrator saying “the politicians can pretend it's something else, but Donald Trump calls it radical Islamic terrorism. That's why he’s calling for a temporary shutdown of Muslims entering the United States, until we can figure out what’s going on.”

It goes on to say, “He'll quickly cut the head off ISIS and take their oil. And he’ll stop illegal immigration by building a wall on our southern border that Mexico will pay for.”

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Finally, it cuts to Trump saying “we will make America great again.”

As Breitbart points out, Trump dismissed his need for ads, but argued that he wanted to do them anyway.

“I’m $35 million under budget. Look, I was going to have 35 or 40 million spent by now. I haven’t spent anything. I almost feel guilty. I think if you want to know the truth, I’m doing the ads. I’m leading by, as you all say, a lot,” he said in an interview on CBS.

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commented 2016-01-06 17:09:09 -0500
Liza… Your comment was very good and one can only hope that Donald Trump is what he says he is…
But whenever I hear wealthy and powerful or just powerful or just wealthy people make public statements my bullshit detector goes off and straight to 10 out of 10… I truly think that Trump is just another paid actor.
commented 2016-01-06 12:46:13 -0500
I don’t care for Trump, but I don’t think he can be bought, which I consider a bonus. For a while I even considered the conspiracy theory that he might be a Dem. plant (But Trumps ego is too big for him to play second fiddle). Now I think he does want to ‘make America great again’, but am not sure I agree with him on how. Yes, to his ISIS strategy, and illegal immigration,not that crazy about his attitude toward Putin. But I am not sure about a lot of his domestic policy, his tax reform for example. I also don’t like the way he plays ball with his competition. Tough is good, but low ball fabrication and borderline slander is not a good look for a Pres. I would however take Trump any day over Obambie, at least Trump has some gonads.

As far as the main stream media goes, they are whores. These days more than ever.

I agree with Greg’s prerequisites for an uncertain future, “Such prudent planning includes holding precious metals, generating survival resources such as gardens or even farms, planning alternative homes and citizenships and generally creating latitude in one’s life for considered human action depending on the circumstances.”
commented 2016-01-05 23:34:56 -0500
Nobody can take this on… Not even Donald Trump. he’s just another paid actor in the circus.
commented 2016-01-05 23:34:10 -0500
In this issue I wish to remind our readers of the “big three” trends that drove much of the news in 2015 and doubtless will be prime motivators in 2016.

These include war, monetary debasement and media coverups. When historians – if they still exist – look back on the 20th and 21st centuries they will identify this trilogy of disasters as the motivators of the current epoch.

With the world’s economy hanging by a thread and the Middle East ablaze, one would think the media – the fourth estate – would attempt to provide a realistic assessment of what is taking place.

Instead, the mainstream media supinely parrots the talking points of political leaders who in turn present what they are told by their military counterparts and intelligence agencies.

In fact, it is intelligence agencies that seem to run the world and the only question left, really, is who runs intel? In that case, surely, one can “follow the money.”

If one were to create a linear ascension of memes, the basic one would be economic debasement because that is the condition that in large part gives rise to wars. It is the degradation of the economic environment that demands “enemies of the state.” Indeed, in the good times, at least recently, it seems hard to generate a rousing war with significant popular support.

The meme of economic debasement is different than the reality, to be sure. The reality is that in simplest terms central banks fix the volume and value of currency and this gives rise to tremendous booms and busts. Over time the economic system becomes more detached from what would evolve without manipulation and debasement. Finally, the system simply falls apart. We seem to be in the latter stages of debasement currently.

But for those who have organized the system, the end result cannot be tolerated because it would bring into question too much else. There is a significant possibility that World War II was fought in part to distract the populace from its growing disillusion. And likewise the myriad wars in the Middle East may be generated in large part to distract the West from coming implosions.

The wars in the Middle East may have more to do with economics than politics, but there are powerful reasons not to admit it. And thus the justifications that are presented tend to focus the public on completely different reasons. Often these reasons are evidently spurious and fall apart on examination, as happened regarding Iraq.

The justifications for something that elites do not want to admit are what we call memes. And as mentioned above, they would not be effective without the compliance of the mainstream media.

It is really not so strange to contemplate such compliance, as the same individuals and groups that are involved in foisting the central bank economy on the world are those that have ownership of the mainstream media, which is increasingly concentrated in fewer hands.

If one does not believe the world is teetering on the brink, then the above analysis will not make sense. But if one believes, as we do, that the world’s economic situation is fairly dire, then what flows out of it, the wars and media memes, becomes comprehensible and even predictable.

One can fit other events into the larger pattern. Even the move toward cashless societies, as we have observed, may have more to do with preserving bank options to run below the zero-bound than to create more efficient economies. Cash would be a formidable competitor to banks that demanded payment for maintaining customer accounts.

War, economic dysfunction and media coverups are the signature of our modern era, though no doubt they have been present in past eras as well, though possibly not with such iniquitousness.

Do we expect these realities and the memes that cover them up to become less prevalent over time? The short answer is no. What we do expect, however, is that an increasingly informed populace – one continually enlightened by modern communications despite efforts at censorship – will take individual steps to address the realities behind the memes.

Call this a war as well – the information war. Those who have informed themselves about what’s going on, and who accept the paradigm that we and others in the alternative media regularly present, will take what steps they can to prepare themselves for an uncertain future.

Such prudent planning includes holding precious metals, generating survival resources such as gardens or even farms, planning alternative homes and citizenships and generally creating latitude in one’s life for considered human action depending on the circumstances.

- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/36718/Anthony-Wile-Three-Trends-for-2016/#.dpuf
commented 2016-01-05 23:14:18 -0500
I received a lot of flak earlier in the post for making the statement that “Jews own the banks in the banks own the world”… Thanks for bringing that information to everybody’s attention with so much detail…
I believe there is only three countries in the world that do not have a central bank and that is Syria, Egypt and North Korea
Putin had to stones to take control over their central bank but nobody knows how that will end.
It is the agenda of central banks to produce only two things and that’s war and debt.
Either one is lethal to any free society.
commented 2016-01-05 22:12:53 -0500
Greg Ficek, The Federal Reserve is owned by the following Jewish families: the Goldman Sachs, Rockefellers, Lehmans and Kuhn Loebs of New York; the Rothschilds of Paris and London; the Warburgs of Hamburg; the Lazards of Paris; and the Israel Moses Seifs of Rome. Some of these families also own banks in Europe.
commented 2016-01-05 01:32:04 -0500
Dan..That was supposed to read “war for distraction or profit”… Damn spellcheck
commented 2016-01-05 01:23:11 -0500
You left out the BIS (Bank of international settlements )which is the central banks central bank… That is the pinnacle of the Rothschilds investments. I’ve never read the book but I know that Woodrow Wilson signed onto that in 1913… as we had towards a financial collapse based on our worldwide Fiat currencies historically war has been the result whether for destruction or the profit.
Then there’s the wars based on the support of theAmerican petrodollar.. But what we’re headed into something that’s never happened before in the history of mankind..the whole world at the same time is facing financial collapse(the debasing of Fiat currency) and that will bring about the most catastrophic event that history is ever recorded.
War… famin… Disease… Truly the time of sorrows.
commented 2016-01-05 01:15:57 -0500
Drew… some people are incapable of change
You really are a “funny little monkey”
:-) :-)
commented 2016-01-05 00:59:25 -0500
Prove i am wrong if you ever can Greg and no tinfoil websites don’t mean anything.
commented 2016-01-05 00:58:16 -0500
Greg how do you think the middle east became Islamic?
commented 2016-01-05 00:57:01 -0500
Greg i am smarter than you and have called you on your BS before , but you just cried like a baby , you are pathetic to me.
commented 2016-01-05 00:56:40 -0500
The central banking cartel which includes the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Canada, the Bank of England, the IMF, the BCCI, et al, is the tool of those who do ‘run’ the world, along with many other NGOs and others. Mayer Rothschild has this quote attributed to him: “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws!” Many of the other things you stated have truth to them and are valid, and some ‘Jews’ do own some banks – BUT – why do you make the mistake of logic and fact by saying, “Jews own the banks…”? – because it pretty much invalidates anything else you say after that…
I was going down that road of anti-Semitism years ago when I was still an urban liberal, all the stuff I was reading was ‘confirming’ my anti-Semitism – the stuff that didn’t, I didn’t read – it’s a fool’s game.
If you want to inform yourself about who ‘owns the banks’, I suggest : “The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve”, by G. Edward Griffin, then pursue the bibliography – now that will take you down an interesting road…
commented 2016-01-04 23:23:20 -0500
Interesting Post bravo..
No welfare for me buddy… I worked 37 years in the trades and developed a tumor on my lung for it.. I respect people with a strong work ethic. From all of your earlier posts I had no idea that you had spend time in the Middle East. Don’t get me wrong I’m not a Jew hater or a Muslim lover.. My concern is the long-term ramifications of Middle Eastern conflict boiling over in this country. The ordinary Jewish people of Israel are not the bankers that I was referring to… I was referring to the Rockefellers the Rothschilds and the rest of the power stroke that operates from behind the curtain. I didn’t take your comment with an insult and none of my posting here is applied with any insult or spoke with harsh words. You would be an interesting man to chat with and learn more of your experiences as you have traveled. I have traveled as well extensively on and off this continent but never to the Middle East. when the travel bug struck me that part of the planet was too deeply embroiled in conflict already. Please except my apologies for the harshness of my earlier posts.
commented 2016-01-04 23:06:33 -0500
Well folks – there you have it – we are a bunch of losers and the new troll in the group is the winner – who to quote him – has a lot of time on his hands – I wonder how big his welfare cheque is?

He speaks well, writes well and offers no facts other than his opinion – at least for the moment.

In the end despite his claims, he is a Jew hater from the sounds of it.

Hiding behind his denials of same.

Personally having lived in Syria and Israel – and a few other sand countries, I know who I would rather have for a neighbour.

And having lived on the Golan and fought in A’stan I can assure you that I would rather have the IDF as a friend than the typical arab.

But – the jooooooos own the banks.

And no matter if it is true or not there is little I can do about it.

I wonder who own queen hitlary?

Certainly I hope Trump kicks her to the curb -however it is my belief that there will be a serious attempt to prevent this and at the same time put him in the ground.

Hope he has excellent security.

None of it might happen anyways – latest thoughts in the US of A is Hussein will have some sort of emergency that causes him to cancel the elections and declare marshal law. That hapopens it will get very interesting indeed.

Interesting times ahead and in my opinion the joooo bankers are the least of our worries.

There are far more immediate threats and Greg has so much time on his hands he cannot tell us what is to be done – only that joooos own the banks.

By the way Greg – how much is welfare at your end of the spectrum?

Stop with the bullshit Greg – line up the facts and put them to what is relative today – the immediate threat is not a banker – even if what you say is true, we still have to fight the immediate threat – and that will come very soon in Eurabia – that immediate threat is the person holding the gun to your head.

In fact those we bring to Canada are a huge threat and the boy with nice hair wants that to happen – I believe he is an immediate threat.

Along with another and valid threat – right now that is every islamic out there.

You did say one thing I am on board with:

“If you’ve ever been lied to and then after a while you develop a bullshit detector and mine goes off almost every time there’s a speech from a politician. "

Hugs to you.
commented 2016-01-04 21:49:10 -0500
Drew… I think that you fit the term “troll”
But your lack of intellect is only overshadowed by your nonsensical replies..
You really are a “funny little monkey”
:-) :-)
commented 2016-01-04 21:23:00 -0500
Liza… just for the record a troll or a shill is usually the participation by someone who has advantage to gain by feeding us disinformation or to act on or play on our emotions.. whether they be anger, pity, or just looking to mix up any factual information with any kind of spin.
Our system has done a tremendous job to keep us snapping aggressively at each other’s throat’s by keeping us in a constant state of anger and ready to unleash that at the slightest misunderstanding or provocation. If we cannot learn how to stand together and do more than spend our time with Idle posting we are doomed..
commented 2016-01-04 20:41:47 -0500
I’m sorry Liza… I think you may have misunderstood me. And I’m not even sure from your posting if you understand my political position at all. I agree with your statement about Obama as I believe that his interests are to carry the conflict in the Middle East for as long as he can so he and his cronies buddies in the industrial war machine complex are able to reap unlimited benefits and profits from an ongoing conflict. I don’t think that a self-made billionaire who’s only agenda is a lust for more power and more profit would make a good president either.
My previous post statements as I wrote them down were never meant to be condescending or as you put it self stroking… I am way beyond the need to feed my ego.
I have a lot of time on my hands and I do mean a lot so I am able to spend a lot of time looking at the Middle East story from as many sides as I can and not just the one that suits my argument or my opinion. I am only interested in facts. And the facts are out there but they are buried very deep as they are not covered by our own talking head mainstream media who attempts to feed us the crap that the script writers have given them.
If you’ve ever been lied to and then after a while you develop a bullshit detector and mine goes off almost every time there’s a speech from a politician.
commented 2016-01-04 20:32:32 -0500
Trump wants to cut the heads off of ISIS. Justin and Obama want to give head to ISIS.
commented 2016-01-04 20:31:45 -0500
Greg if Jews controlled things there would be no Isis. Oh did that make you think for once.
commented 2016-01-04 20:31:09 -0500
Greg you are not educated or informed. You are a brainwashed fool. You do realize the middle east was not Islamic until they invaded and forced it onto people eh? And not everywhere has oil that we have sent military to.
commented 2016-01-04 20:06:02 -0500
Greg Ficek, the term ‘troll’ is more a label than an adhom, it comes from the act…and yup, you fit the bill. You post for one reason only ,to condescend. Its ‘self stroke’ and its the only kind trolls get.

I think anyone in the race could do a better job of obliterating the ISIS problem than Obama. Hell my dog could do a better job. Trump’s no nonsense approach has gained as much admiration as it is different from Obama’s. That is a lot and that is why. Trump is too much of a wild card for me. I am not any of those things Peter. I don’t hate Trump, I just don’t prefer him.
commented 2016-01-04 19:59:37 -0500
Trump haters tend to fall into a very specific category. They tend to be left wing, and the farther to the left, the more visceral the hatred. They also tend to be racist as well as anti-Semitic. They will side with Hamas and even ISIS, if it means they can pill on the hatred towards Trump. They are everywhere, in small numbers, but they are loud and the media, being far left themselves, tend to be very sympathetic and easy with the Trump haters. Looking the other way and ignoring many violent and hate filled actions and words. So, in short, if you hate Trump, you should do some soul searching and contemplation. Because the company you are keeping, is not very nice, no, not very nice indeed!
commented 2016-01-04 19:36:50 -0500
And Peter I truly feel sorry for you as the extent of your world political knowledge is very limited.. I know you know how to read but you choose not to.. You would sooner be spoonfed information from the mainstream media that’s way easier to digest…(who do you think owns mainstream media and the propaganda machine that it employs) the masses are so dumbed down that in another generation or two all of society will be in capable of critical thinking and only capable of following instruction.
I have no desire to get into a name-calling match or trading insults with you, BZ or anyone else. Maybe try looking at it like this… Who stands to win the most if the Middle East comes under central-bank control with a puppet dictator that doesn’t serve the will of his people either.
commented 2016-01-04 19:35:13 -0500
Pray to your God that Trump wins, perhaps then, Canada can become the Northern States of the USA. After Trudeau has run his term there will not be a lot of Canada left, Canada as we know it, that is. We could then drive Islam and it’s followers back to where they come from.
commented 2016-01-04 19:25:29 -0500
BZ.. I won’t get involved in the childish little game of name calling while making posts… go do a little homework before you insult, name call and show everyone just how short you are in stature. If I have succeeded in drawing ridicule from those who choose not to debate then I know that I am doing something right.
I don’t hate Jews I was simply stating a fact… Go do some research and see who owns the banks as they are all private corporations.
commented 2016-01-04 19:23:29 -0500
Trump for Canadian prime minister!!!! if they don’t want him in the states.
commented 2016-01-04 18:32:08 -0500
If the Americans don’t want Trump for pres, can we have him for PM?
commented 2016-01-04 18:25:10 -0500
D Mary commented 18 mins ago

I’m talking about allowing leftist subversives to run wild, foreign money to flow into the country into pockets of subversives and the pockets of corrupt politicians, failure to confront the lies of the left.
commented 2016-01-04 18:04:35 -0500
Robert Hewgill, are you talking about Mr. Harper’s backbone in telling the UN what he thought of putting dictators in charge of security council, or telling Putin off, or are you talking about Trudeau sucking Putin’s little ….. pinky, finger?