Trump and putin and the 15 minutes at the G20

Reporter to Trump: What did you talk about?

Trump: Wedding plans and yoga. And golf. Oh, and grandkids.

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The Protocols of the Elders of Zion: forged in the crucible of truth

I enjoy Bill Still’s videos. In one of his recent ones he argues that “The Protocols of the Elder’s of Zion” is fiction. He is probably right. But Orwell’s “1984” is also fiction. And what do we experience today? “1984” morphing into fact. And thus, argues David Duke it also is with “The Protocols of the elders of Zion.”

Bill Still maintains that if you take the Jewish bankers out of the equation, nothing will change. David Duke argues, with evidence, otherwise.

Why are “1984” and the “Protocols” so gripping? Duke says because they convey devastating truths. Both books, at our peril, should not be banished to the shelf.

Yours

A shelf-hating Jews

How many battalions make boots (on the ground)?

What the US president said he meant by “no boots on the ground,” was no “battalions” on the ground. One battalion consists of between 300 – 800 boots. So, when we hear “boots” we should understand that 299 “boots” do not mean “boots.” But we know that there are at least 300 boots on the ground. Maybe the sum of bits of different battalions don’t qualify as a battalions?

We battle on.

http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2015/12/obama-boots-on-the-ground/418635/