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The surprising real reason for the hate against Donald Trump

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February 3, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Forget most of the complaints and accusations against Donald Trump you are hearing these days. There is a growing, ugly and violent war being waged against the Trump administration and conservatives in general. Most of that war is being orchestrated and funded by massively-financed elites of one general movement – the several decades old movement for an aggressively secular, borderless, de-populationist New World Order and world government.

I strongly urge watching the video below produced by Remnant TV. It provides crucial context. I believe, based on all that I have seen, read and experienced for the past 40 and more years, that the video is right on the mark. Nothing else can explain the massive US and international howling and vicious, non-spontaneous, “spontaneous” demonstrations that have been taking place in many cities and nations.

All the people in the various elements of this New World Order movement fully expected that Hillary Clinton’s election would lead to the implementation of the final stages of their plans. Under Barack Obama and the powerful influence of the European Union, UN and other elites, everything had been rapidly moving towards their gaining powers they have long sought. With that power they were set to radically transform international society, take full control of the economies of all nations, eliminate national sovereignties and impose dramatic social changes and extreme de-population measures on the world.

The election of Donald Trump and a majority of Republicans to the Senate, Congress, governorships and other positions, have left the One-Worlders reeling. To them it has been like a giant earthquake upending their world and their evil plans. They are enraged and hysterical that their expectations of a dizzying final achievement of the total power of man as god has been smashed. That is their ultimate goal – replacing God with man – the great sin of pride of Adam.

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Here are the main, all closely interconnected elements of the New World Order movement:

  • The now totally co-opted, corrupt United Nations and European Union. Watch Nigel Farage rip the EU parliament for their condemnations of Trump’s policies. (start at 1 minute)
  • International Planned Parenthood and other abortion- and contraception-promoting organizations.
  • All population control organizations
  • Multi-billionaire George Soros and the numerous radical social agitation organizations that he has funded with hundreds of millions of dollars. Soros is one of the main drivers of the evil New World Order movement.
  • The leaders of the global warming/climate change movement, which among other things, want to destroy capitalismde-populate the world and are disposed to pantheistic occultism. See also Agenda 21.
  • Most of the mainstream media in the West that are controlled by New World Order elites. These information controllers are spewing shameless propaganda and lies that too many gullible, uninformed citizens are falling for.
  • The militant LGBT/radical feminist movements attempting to impose their sexual world view on all nations through the United Nations and by other means. These movements are essential to the NWO because destruction of traditional marriage, family life and traditional sexual morality results in dramatic decreases in child-bearing. Crippling the family also cripples the first allegiance of family members to each other, to their religious faith and their community, which then facilitates control by central or world governance – all well-documented goals of past totalitarian regimes. Most so-called LGBT (recently invented term) individuals are likely not aware they are being used for this.
  • Marxist, anarchist and other violent social radical groups, usually funded by George Soros.
  • American public education institutions, especially due to the influence of wealthy, far-leftist teachers unions, have long ago been taken over and co-opted into propagandizing students every day with their anti-American, anti-Christian ideological world view. In recent years students have been especially subjected to totally one-sided, on-going heavy indoctrination on LGBT ideology and climate change ideology, both calling for massive changes to society.
  • Masonry, forbidden to Catholics (and other orthodox Christians) under pain of automatic excommunication, and similar societies of anti-Christian elites who still exert substantial influence in the world.
  • Most astonishingly, the Vatican itself seems involved as Pope Francis, the German bishops and others around him have openly developed close relationships with many leading One-Worlders, inviting them to the Vatican to give talks and advice (contrary to strong statements from Francis against abortion, gay “marriage”, for large families, etc.). This has been a radical change from all past popes. Reports suggest George Soros favored Bergoglio during the Conclave that elected him pope. For the first time ever, the New World Order movement has gained powerful public backing for many of their agendas from the head of the Roman Catholic Church, who has aggressively insisted that climate change, open borders, anti-capitalism and more are now issues of moral and religious obligation for a new, worldly Catholic Church. It also appears that some in the Vatican may be laying the groundwork for a moral and religious case in favor of population control, use of contraception, small families and acceptance of homosexuality, again regardless of many contrary statements by Francis. Many signs point to this. See some of the evidence herehere, here, here and here,.
  • Many of the world’s multi-billionaires and largest corporations, who have been seduced into the movement. e.g Bill Gates, Apple, Michael Bloomberg, Warren Buffet, Mark Zuckerberg and more.
  • Militant Islam – Angela Merkel, other EU leaders, George Soros and other “progressive” New World Order advocates, even within the Catholic Church, are using a contrived, massive influx of aggressive Islamists (many Muslims are not Islamists, but too many are) into the West to force the one-world, open-borders New World Order onto the West. The Islamists are also facilitating the final smashing of Christian civilization wherever they are flooding into previously Christian nations. Canada, under open borders advocate Justin Trudeau, is accelerating this movement in his country. See this hateful speech by an Islamist Marxist at a Toronto Black Lives Matter anti-Trump rally February 4. Syed Hussan called for revolutionary overthrow of Canadian society, sowing of terror and removal of borders. I suggest many Islamists in Europe, Canada and the EU are or will be soon calling for the same. The one-worlders are playing a very dangerous game given that militant Islam has its own historically consistent desire to subjugate the world and force Islam and Sharia law onto all nations. Emboldening, financing and promoting acceptance of their ideological and political religion, which is unlike any other, has been aiding a major resurgence of ages-old Islamic world conquest efforts.
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Bashing an effigy of Trump

Can Trump and his administration endure this near satanic, on-going assault? Many prayed for him during the election and he astonishingly prevailed. It is clear, despite the president’s personal flaws, that he is doing many right things. He would not be so intensely hated by all these people if he were not.

Even more prayers are needed to protect, guide and inspire Trump and his administration to stay the course and serve the Will of God. Prayers are needed for his continued conversion – especially on the homosexual/transgender rights issues.

There is also great need to pray for the physical safety of President Trump and his leadership team.

The election of Donald Trump has caused the decades-old war that has been waged on what is left of Christian civilization to be suddenly revealed for the ugly and evil war that it has been all along. Until now the war has been very one-sided, with the one-world progressives generally being the only ones fighting, as the relatively passive Christians and their non-Christian allies have given naïve, timid and disorganized resistance.

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Typical of the anarchist, masked rioters protesting Trump. This one cited the late Malcolm X, founding father of an Islamic black terrorist movement, to justify the actions of the violent mob in Washington.

The election of Donald Trump has suddenly brought everything into the open that was already underway. It has forced a necessary climax in this world-wide culture war.

This is good. But the “good” must now respond by finally starting to earnestly wage a defensive war to completely defeat the one-worlders.  It is time to wake up to the reality of our collective and individual responsibilities in this international conflict between good and evil.

It is not possible to overstate the gravity of the situation.

Keep in mind that in 1976 (showing how long this has been on-going)  Pope John Paul II, as then Cardinal Karol Wojtyla, warned,

We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has ever experienced. I do not think that the wide circle of the American Society, or the whole wide circle of the Christian Community realize this fully. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-church, between the gospel and the anti-gospel, between Christ and the Antichrist.

Donald Trump did not start the conflict. He has merely brought it all out into the open for us to respond to.

Donald Trumps First 100 Days

Here Is What Donald Trump Wants To Do In His First 100 Days

November 9, 20163:45 PM ET

A Democrat dream come true?

Donald Trump is ‘a democrat’s dream-come-true’

US Presidential Candidate Donald Trump points as he stands outside his hotel
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August 7, 2015
Morgan Winsor
Posted with permission from International Business Times

When it comes to slanderous remarks about women, Donald Trump is on a roll. The GOP presidential candidate defended his past comments during the Republican Party’s first prime-time debate Thursday night. Trump shot back at Fox News debate moderator Megyn Kelly when she confronted him about calling women “fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals.”

“I think the big problem this country has is being politically correct. I’ve been challenged by so many people and I don’t frankly have time for total political correctness and to be honest with you, this country doesn’t have time either,” Trump said. “Frankly what I say and oftentimes it’s fun, it’s kidding, we have a good time.”

Whether or not Trump is only “kidding” when he calls women “fat” or “disgusting,” his apparent insults apply to the majority of registered voters in the United States and that could mean trouble for the GOP. For decades, the Republican Party has failed to capture the women vote during presidential elections, with GOP candidates often taking a tough stance on gender-sensitive issues such as abortion, birth control and equal pay. The political party has also struggled to embrace Hispanic voters, an increasingly important constituency that has also been the target of Trump’s incendiary remarks in recent months. With Trump leading in the polls and recent elections showing that Republicans can’t win the White House with the vote of only white men, Trump’s controversial comments on women and immigration could hurt the GOP’s prospect of winning key voting blocs in the 2016 presidential race, regardless of who the eventual nominee is, political experts predict.

“What immersed on the stage last night was a Democrat’s dream-come-true, as far as the gender gap is concerned,” said Jennifer Lawless, an associate professor of government at American University in Washington, D.C. “What Trump did was different than the other candidates. He demonstrated an utter disrespect for women.”

In an interview with NBC’s “Today” and MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Trump said Friday he didn’t recall specifically insulting women. However, various news outlets have reported that the real estate mogul called a lawyer “disgusting” when she wanted a break to pump breastmilk for her baby, once declared celebrity Rosie O’Donnell a “fat pig,” “ugly,” a “slob” and an “animal,” and that he told a New York Times columnist she had the “face of a dog,” according to the Associated Press. Trump, who has been married three times, also has joked he would date his daughter Ivanka, a businesswoman and former model, because of her looks.

Trump said on Twitter after Thursday’s debate that Kelly “bombed” as a moderator and “was not very good or professional.” He also retweeted a post that referred to the FOX News host as a “bimbo.”

“I was pretty stunned. In what universe is it OK to then also condemn the female debate moderator?” Lawless said in a telephone interview Friday. “It was really quite shocking.”

Earlier this week, Trump, chief executive of Trump Organization Inc., suggested shutting down the federal government to block a spending bill that includes funding for Planned Parenthood, an organization which supports various women’s health needs and receives more than $500 million in taxpayer money each year, according to the New York Times.

So far, the Republican Party has remained tight-lipped on Trump’s so-called “war on women” rhetoric. In an interview with CBS, GOP presidential candidate and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who has attacked Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton for supporting equal pay, said Friday that Trump “can speak for himself,” while conceding it’s not the sort of language he would use to talk about women.

Trump was not the only GOP candidate whose comments during the Fox News debate could turn off women voters. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said he did not support abortion, even in cases involving rape and incest. “Future generations will look back and call us barbarians for murdering millions of babies,” Rubio said Thursday night, after Kelly asked about his stance on the issue. Meanwhile, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee attacked Planned Parenthood by saying it sold parts of aborted fetuses “like parts to a Buick.”

The voter gender gap has haunted Republicans for decades. Women make up the country’s largest voting bloc, and they tend to lean left over right. Since 1980, women have been more likely than men to vote for a Democratic candidate in presidential polls, according to Pew Research Center.

“For some women, [abortion] is a hot issue. But those are Democratic voters already,” said Michael Hannahan, political science lecturer and director of the Civic Initiative program at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. “How many people are Republicans really going to lose?”

The gender gap during presidential elections was wider than ever in 2012, according to a Gallup poll. Republican challenger Mitt Romney won among men by an eight-point margin with 54 percent compared with U.S. President Barack Obama’s 46 percent. But it wasn’t enough to win the race. Obama won over both Republican and Democratic women voters in the 2012 presidential election by 12 points with 56 percent compared with Romney’s 44 percent, according to the poll.

Democrats have also typically fared better than Republicans when it comes to Latino voters. In the 2012 presidential election, Obama won 71 percent of the Hispanic vote, while Romney garnered 27 percent, according to an analysis of exit polls by the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center. The U.S. Hispanic population grew by nearly 49 percent between 2000 and 2012, according to Census data.

“The future of the Republican Party hinders more on their ability to capture the Hispanic vote because it’s growing,” Hannahan said in a telephone interview Friday.

But while Republican White House hopefuls Jeb Bush and Rubio are both frantically courting Hispanic voters, Trump has referred to Mexicans who illegally cross the border as “criminals, drug dealers, rapists.” Instead of backtracking, Trump made further digs on the U.S. immigration system during Thursday’s debate.

“Our politicians are stupid. And the Mexican government is much smarter, much sharper, much more cunning and they send the bad ones over because they don’t want to pay for them,” he said.

Republican presidential candidates arrive on stage for the Republican presidential debate on August 6, 2015 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. From left are: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie; Florida Sen. Marco Rubio; retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker; real estate magnate Donald Trump; former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush; former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee; Texas Sen. Ted Cruz; Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul; and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.  MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

Trump’s rising popularity has seen his divisive remarks broadcast to 2016 voters across the nation in recent weeks. According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll conducted July 16 to 19, 24 percent of GOP voters overall support the billionaire businessman. No other GOP candidate comes close. But experts said it’s too early to tell whether Republicans will make Trump their presidential nominee.

“The polls right now are utterly meaningless,” said Hannahan, whose research examines the effects of political campaign activity. “I don’t think there’s a snowball’s chance in hell [Trump] is going to be the Republican nominee.”

Trump has at least managed to win over one noteworthy woman over the course of his unorthodox candidacy. Beada Corum, 92, of Knoxville, Tennessee, said she registered to vote for the first time just to cast her ballot for The Donald.

“He’s got a strong mind and he speaks it out just the way he thinks it ought to be,” she told local news station WVLT on Wednesday. “We got a good country but it’s going downhill so fast and we need somebody in there who can straighten it out.”

Donald Trump speaking at CPAC 2011 in Washington, D.C (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

Here are 5 ways trump is destroying the GOP

http://www.rawstory.com/2015/08/here-are-five-incredibly-enjoyable-ways-donald-trump-is-destroying-the-gop/

Is Trump a Democrat tool?

RSC:It is possible the whole Donald Trump campaign may just be a tool used by the Democrats to shake up, disperse, and obscure the message of the traditional candidates. Every news story concerning the Republican candidate search has centered around Trump, while the rest of the field is not getting their message to the people. It is my belief this is very real, and very possible.  I have watched American politics for many years, and this would not surprise me in the least. These people are very smart, very manipulative, capable of anything. See the story from the Washington Post:

Donald Trump talked politics with Bill Clinton weeks before launching 2016 bid

Newlyweds Donald Trump Sr. and Melania Trump with Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bill Clinton at their reception held at The Mar-a-Lago Club in January 22, 2005 in Palm Beach, Fla. (Maring Photography/Getty Images/Contour by Getty Images)

Former president Bill Clinton had a private telephone conversation in late spring with Donald Trump at the same time that the billionaire investor and reality-television star was nearing a decision to run for the White House, according to associates of both men.

Four Trump allies and one Clinton associate familiar with the exchange said that Clinton encouraged Trump’s efforts to play a larger role in the Republican Party and offered his own views of the political landscape.

Clinton’s personal office in New York confirmed that the call occurred in late May, but an aide to Clinton said the 2016 race was never specifically discussed and that it was only a casual chat.

The talk with Clinton — the spouse of the Democratic presidential front-runner and one of his party’s preeminent political strategists — came just weeks before Trump jumped into the GOP race and surged to the front of the crowded Republican field.

The revelation of the call comes as many Republicans have begun criticizing Trump for his ties to Democrats, including past financial donations to the Clintons and their charitable foundation.

Trump took the call from his office in Trump Tower in New York, according to the four allies, who requested anonymity because they are not authorized to speak publicly. The call came as Trump was making a final decision about whether to run, and he was candid about his political ambitions and his potential interest in seeking the White House during the talk, these allies said.

The 42nd president listened intently and then analyzed Trump’s prospects and his desire to rouse the GOP base, the Trump allies said.

The tone of the call was informal, and Clinton never urged Trump to run, the four people said. Rather, they said, Clinton sounded curious about Trump’s moves toward a presidential bid and told Trump that he was striking a chord with frustrated conservatives and was a rising force on the right.

One person with knowledge of Clinton’s end of the call said the former president was upbeat and encouraging during the conversation, which occurred as Trump was speaking out about GOP politics and his prescriptions for the nation.

Clinton aides declined to speak on the record about the call, saying the conversation was personal.

“Mr. Trump reached out to President Clinton a few times. President Clinton returned his call in late May,” a Clinton employee said. “While we don’t make it a practice to discuss the president’s private conversations, we can tell you that the presidential race was not discussed.”

One Trump adviser said Clinton called Trump, but the adviser did not provide specifics about how the call came about.

People with knowledge of the call in both camps said it was one of many that Clinton and Trump have had over the years, whether about golf or donations to the Clinton Foundation. But the call in May was considered especially sensitive, coming soon after Hillary Rodham Clinton had declared her own presidential run the month before.

At the time, Trump was touting a “foolproof” but undisclosed plan to defeat Islamic State terrorists and ramping up his presence on the airwaves, including interviews where he was asked about his donations to the Clinton Foundation. He entered the race June 16.

Neither side would provide an exact date for the call, but both Bill Clinton’s office and a person close to Trump described it as “late May.”

Hope Hicks, a spokeswoman for the Trump campaign, declined to comment. The campaign of Hillary Clinton did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Trump is a longtime acquaintance of the Clintons, both of whom attended the businessman’s third wedding in 2005. Since Trump entered the presidential race, however, he and Hillary Clinton have increasingly traded barbs.

She has condemned Trump’s racially charged remarks about Mexican immigrants and tut-tutted about his remark that Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is not a war hero.

“Donald Trump. Finally, a candidate whose hair gets more attention than mine,” Clinton joked at a Democratic dinner in Arkansas in July. “But there’s nothing funny about the hate he is spewing at immigrants and families, and now the insults he has directed at a genuine war hero, Sen. John McCain.”

That was a rare instance in which Clinton mentioned Trump by name. Also in July, before a largely Hispanic audience, Clinton had this to say:

“I have just one word for Mr. Trump. Basta!”

In June, she criticized Trump, without using his name, over his references to Mexican immigrants as rapists and criminals during his June campaign launch speech.

“A recent entry into the Republican presidential campaign said some very inflammatory things about Mexicans. Everybody should stand up and say that’s not acceptable,” Clinton said in an interview with Nevada political reporter Jon Ralston.

Clinton demurred when asked to specify to whom she was referring. Instead, she has frequently sought to tie Trump’s views to the broader GOP field.

“I think he is emblematic,” she said. “I want people to understand it’s not about him — it’s about everybody.”

Clinton has reserved her sharpest attacks for former Florida governor Jeb Bush and other candidates she has called out by name for their policies on immigration, abortion and other issues.

For his part, Trump said little about Clinton until recent weeks.

“Wow, it’s pretty pathetic that Hillary Clinton just blamed me for the horrendous attack that took place in South Carolina,” Trump wrote in a post on Instagram, following that interview. “This is why politicians are just no good. Our country’s in trouble.”

And on Wednesday, Trump wrote in a Twitter message: “Do you notice that Hillary spews out Jeb’s name as often as possible in order to give him status? She knows Trump is her worst nightmare.”

That’s a long way from the cordial, even cozy, relationship between the two when Clinton was a U.S. senator from New York and Trump was a constituent and supporter.

At Trump’s 2005 wedding, Hillary Clinton sat in the front row for the ceremony, and Bill Clinton joined her for festivities later. The Clintons were photographed laughing chummily with Trump and new wife Melania Knauss at the reception, with Bill Clinton clasping Trump’s shoulder.

Trump has also donated to Hillary Clinton’s Senate campaigns and to the Clinton Foundation.

Tom Hamburger, Alice Crites and Karen Tumulty contributed to this report.