Monday, February 29, 2016

KKK endorses Donald Trump

David Duke, a white nationalist and former Klu Klux Klan grand wizard, said voting for anyone besides Donald Trump “is really treason to your heritage.” So CNN asked Trump about the endorsement and asked him three times to disavow the support his campaign is getting from white supremacist groups. Huffington Post posted his response. Now he's claiming he had a faulty earpiece and couldn't hear what group he was being asked about. Yet he repeated the term white supremacists so he did hear that part. is reporting that "While Trump's focus on immigration policy has indeed proved popular among Republican voters, many of his remarks - such as calling Mexican immigrants drug runners, criminals and rapists - have drawn fierce criticism from rival candidates within his own party and liberals alike." His position on immigration makes the endorsement from white supremacists not very surprising.

I have two points to make in this circus side show. First it is astounding that the KKK still exists in today's society. We are supposed to be getting more educated and more civilized as time progresses. Instead we are de evolving into neanderthals and hillbillies. F*ck the South. Who would fight a war over the right to have slaves? Those are not the kind of people civilized human beings would want to be an a union with.

Donald Trump says he likes Canada and wouldn't build a wall between the US and Canada just between the US and Mexico yet he already has. Donald Trump has totally alienated Canada by making such insanely racist comments about all Latinos. Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me. The shocking and disappointing thing is how far the raging lunatic has gone in this campaign. If he becomes president there is no way in hell I'm crossing the 49th parallel. People talk about enemies of the Constitution both foreign and domestic. Donald Trump is a domestic enemy of the Constitution. Yet he isn't the only one.

I had a friend who was unlawfully detained at the truck border crossing last year. When I went there the following day to lodge a complaint they told me my friend was not entitled to a lawyer and that they were not governed by Constitutional law at the border they were governed by immigration law. I kid you not. They tore up the Constitutional right in front of me and danced on it's ashes. They most certainly were not oath keepers. If they claim that Canadians are not protected by the Canadian charter of rights or the US Constitution while on American soil and can be arrested without charge, unlawfully detained and denied a lawyer at will, they why and the hell would any Canadian want to go there to visit?

In contrast Justin Trudeau is being billed as the anti Trump. Thank God for that.

My second point is that this is indeed a circus side show. Don't vote for this raging lunatic, vote for the dirty crook instead. That's what we are looking at when he look to Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush as alternatives. Have we forgotten the Bush Clinton fraud already? It all started in Mena, Arkansas when Bill Clinton was governor. Hillary Clinton's law firm were up to their eyeballs in it.

Al Martin claimed that Jeb Bush instructed him to commit investment fraud to raise money for Iran contra. The Bush family have been involved in investment fraud and crashing banks for generations. Buyer Beware. Don't jump out of the frying pan into the fire.

Donald Trump’s business disaster is worse than you think.


  1. Dinesh D'Souza has made a few movies about Obama, Hillary Clinton and the USA.

    - '2016: Obama's America' (
    - 'America' (
    - 'Hillary's America' (

    1. March 5th? That should be interesting. It all goes back to Mena Arkansas.

  2. I would suggest one of the reasons Trump is so popular in the U.S.A. is he has given voice to the latent racism which abounds in the country. Now its o.k. to say those things and the white uneducated under class is flocking to him. they have some one to blame now, without taking responsibility for voting for Republican senators, congressmen/women; and govenors.

    Racism never left the U.S.A.. it just became less exceptable to give voice to it. However, given the number of people of colour assaulted, shot,killed etc. by police officers and not much happened, it is reasonable to conclude racism is alive and well in the U.S.A.

    Trump wants to deport 11 Million people to Mexico. If he tries that, there could be a civil war.

    If Trump or Cruz is elected expect you won't be permitted into the U.S.A. and expect millions of americans to apply for refugee status in Canada. Cruz isnt' exactly progressive on BGLT issues or rights. He plans to outlaw a woman's right to choice.

    So what is the difference between a Republican and an ISIS member?

    1. Wow, "Rebel without a clue".....

      There is more than one reason Trump is so popular right now. First and foremost is, he is not a career politician. People gave the Republican party a majority in both the Congress and the Senate in the last mid-term elections because a majority disagree with where Obama has taken the country in his presidency. Instead of using their majority to block further moves by Obama (which is how "separation of powers" is supposed to work, "checks and balances") they basically handed him everything he has asked for. The electorate is pissed.

      Secondly, Americans do not believe everyone on the planet has the right to just come to America if they wish. Politicians of both parties have been not enforcing the law for decades. Trump promises to end that.

      Thirdly, China has been actively screwing us for decades, with the co-operation of every president since Nixon, of both parties. You name it, for technology transfers, expertise, etc.. A lot of this is hidden from open view of the public. And what China has no been given outright, they have stolen, and our government does nothing about it.

      People are tired of this. THAT is why Trump will unfortunately be the next POTUS. I say unfortunately because he is NOT a Conservative, he has never been one, and he is doing exactly what politicians always do, they say what they need to in order to be elected.

    2. That (pretending white males are not the most victimized group out there) sounds just as stupid as a recent Canadian Maclean's magazine cover story I saw.

      The February 17th cover makes this ridiculous claim, "... a Maclean's investigation reveals a justice system designed to put indigenous Canadians in jail".

      It defies logic and reason.

      The purpose of something is what it was designed for. A pencil is designed to draw and write - not be used as an inner-ear scratcher (the latter being a very common cause of ear injuries from punctured ear drums to having erasers lodged in the ear canal).

      To even attempt to make such a ludicrous claim defies how any editor could have let that pass - let alone any two-bit hack "journalist" from writing it!

      Yes, people, the justice system used in Canada which has legal roots and precedence to ancient documents like the Magna Carta was designed to put Indians in jail ...

      Obviously it's a failure as it has put far more non-Indians in jail and has somehow left some Indians out of jail! The vast majority, in fact; both contemporarily and historically!

      Arguably, it is the world's worst failure of anything designed to do or be something then.

    3. Reading EAF's comment I noted "Cruz isnt' exactly progressive on BGLT issues or rights. He plans to outlaw a woman's right to choice."

      A woman's right to choose what, exactly?

      (This is the only sentence used in the English language that is incomplete. It is never clearly stated exactly WHAT. There is a reason for that.)

  3. Yes, well Trump, will continue to do business with China. Letterman called him on it. He has his line of shirts and ties made in China and India. The guy isn't going to stop any incoming cheap stuff.

    the man does not appear to be mentally sound, at times. Given his attitude towards people of colour and Muslims, he won't make it as President, unless of course Republican states make it even more difficult for people to vote


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