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While nobody is perfect, particularly inhabitants of the Potomac swamp, but Ron Paul is far and away the best elected national representative of my lifetime.

Ron’s summary here of ‘the obama legacy’ nails a big piece of it.

Left out is the job ohbummer did making our culture more divisive, distrusting and violent against each other. It is ironic that the puppet they chose to oversee that transition was a gay, black Kenyan.

They do love their little jokes.

He has also continued progress on arming the palace guard and increasing their apartness from we the people. (see Bitterroot Bugle post category: police state)

With a fortnight to go in this administration, we probably have more tanks, planes, bombs and troops on Russian borders than we do within our own. The Russians, with Putin at the helm, should have been provoked into overt defensive military action long ago, but have been too smart to give the trigger-happy USofA RED BUTTON finger the excuse they have been working so diligently to have.

If you check my Bitterroot Bugle post categories to the right, the categories “war” and “new world order” have PLENTY of background for the above statements.

The “politics” and “media” categories have lots of coverage about the extreme, blatant efforts they executed over the last 6 months to put Hitlary IN and, apparently at least as importantly, to keep Trump out.

I think that initiative is primarily about THE BIG ONE that she would willingly have triggered and he will not. She has other attributes they prefer, but I suspect that is primary.

While we are well on our way to removing itchy finger from THE RED BUTTON, I will breath a major sigh of relief after a successful inauguration of the buffoon January 20th.

While they do not have all of the strings attached, he is still very much an insider and his ability to continue living is dependent on not doing too many things that are unacceptable to the family. I am not expecting miracles, but I will see aversion of WWIII to be darn close to one.

I’m also hoping that the war to take over the world and hand it to the Rothschilds will get slowed down. That is, of course, their main fear. I do prefer a continued slow decline to an abrupt one. Perhaps resistance will have time to become effective.

Good news for me is bad news for them which in turn inspires them to make more bad news for me.

Sigh. Time to go plant some flowers.

Even mainstream media reports oh-bomb-uh’s massive international destruction, though they don’t bother to mention the Nobel Peace Prize, the huge civilian percentage, or that NONE of these bomb drops were legal under moral law, USofA law, international law …

or any law besides: might makes right.


US Dropped More Than 26,000 Bombs in 2016,
Primarily in Syria and Iraq

from SFGate – aka: SF Chronicle, Hurst Publications

The U.S. dropped 26,171 bombs in 2016, according to new figures from the Council on Foreign Relations. That number marks a 13 percent increase from the number of bombs dropped in 2015. As the Graphiq data visualization shows, U.S. airstrikes were conducted in seven countries throughout the year, although the majority of these — nearly 93 percent — occurred in Syria and Iraq.

The number of U.S. bombed dropped in Afghanistan also increased in 2016 to a total of 1,337. However, U.S. bombing totals decreased in Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan in the last two years.

The rise in U.S. bombing abroad coincides with increased violence by the Islamic State, which remains the primary target of U.S. airstrikes in the Middle East and Africa. The U.S. engaged in military campaigns against several Islamic State strongholds in 2016, including the Iraqi city of Mosul and the city of Raqqa in Syria. ISIS attacks also escalated, with massacres occurring on a larger global scale.

The only new country to make the list in 2016 is Libya, which has been embroiled in fighting and political turmoil since the fall of its longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. The U.S. launched airstrikes in Libya against the Islamic State in August, as part of a larger offensive against the terrorist group outside of Iraq and Syria.

While the Council on Foreign Relations used data from the Department of Defense in their estimates, the numbers should be taken with a grain of salt. Micah Zenko, a senior fellow at the council, notes in his report: “This estimate is undoubtedly low, considering reliable data is only available for airstrikes in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and Libya.” Moreover, according to the Pentagon’s definition, a single “strike” can actually involve multiple bombs. Lastly, the estimates do not include U.S.-supplied bombs dropped by other countries, likely a sizable figure as the U.S. is the largest exporter of weapons in the world.

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