Donald Trump

there is one candidate in this Democratic primary who Donald Trump said would make a “great president,” and it’s not Bernie Sanders. Bernie is going to fight through the narrow path we have to the nomination because there is also … Continue reading

there is one candidate in this Democratic primary who Donald Trump said would make a “great president,” and it’s not Bernie Sanders.

Bernie is going to fight through the narrow path we have to the nomination because there is also only one candidate who believes health care should be a right for everyone in this country, that kids of all backgrounds should be able to go to college without crushing debt, and that we cannot transform a corrupt system by taking its money.

Can Bernie count on you to contribute $3 to our campaign right now as a way of saying you are still with Bernie Sanders and believe that every vote and every delegate is an important declaration of support for the values we share?

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Donald Trump’s hammering away at questions of Cruz’s eligibility, given that he was born to his American citizen mother while she was living in Canada, “Trump may have something” when he levels the question about Cruz’s eligibility.

Trump might get traction out of reminding Iowa Republicans that Cruz’s given name is Rafael, which, apparently, is too “ethnic-sounding” for provincial “homeschooled” Midwestern conservatives.

– See more at: http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/ken-shepherd/2016/01/11/chris-matthews-wont-iowa-republicans-reject-canada-born-rafael-cruz#sthash.ZYe26aDO.dpuf

If national polls are to be believed, then come November, we could face the largest wave of Republican voters in decades.

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squishes

WEDNESDAY, NOV 25, 2015 09:45 AM -0600 Donald Trump success The Bushes and Rubios of the world are seen as squishes, people who think “conservatism” can somehow be separated from this white Christian identity. Years of propaganda efforts have flattened out … Continue reading

Donald Trump success

The Bushes and Rubios of the world are seen as squishes, people who think “conservatism” can somehow be separated from this white Christian identity.

Years of propaganda efforts have flattened out any differences of opinion on the right, creating a coalition that moves in lockstep. But the Trump candidacy shows the limits of that strategy. The xenophobic views are widely popular in the party, even if they aren’t priority number one for everyone. Once conservatives generally agree with each other, it becomes a competition to see who is the most ardent amongst them. That’s why, in recent years, we’ve seen a proliferation of the phrase “true conservative” in Republican circles.

feeding of xenophobic hatred by republicans

Despite the public rancor, immigrants are generally less likely to commit crimes than the native population. The current feeding of xenophobic hatred by republicans is going to end in something ugly sooner than later. The Trouble with Kate’s Law The … Continue reading

Despite the public rancor, immigrants are generally less likely to commit crimes than the native population. The current feeding of xenophobic hatred by republicans is going to end in something ugly sooner than later.

The Trouble with Kate’s Law
The legislation seeks to deter crime by undocumented immigrants, but it could end up dramatically swelling the U.S. prison population.

Michael Macor / AP

SEP 6, 2015

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Xenophobia is a dislike or fear of people from other countries or of that which is perceived to be foreign or strange. Some definitions suggest xenophobia as arising from irrationality or unreason.[1] [2] It comes from the Greek words ξένος (xenos), meaning “stranger,” “foreigner,” and … Continue reading

Xenophobia is a dislike or fear of people from other countries or of that which is perceived to be foreign or strange. Some definitions suggest xenophobia as arising from irrationality or unreason.[1] [2] It comes from the Greek words ????? (xenos), meaning “stranger,” “foreigner,” and ????? (phobos), meaning “fear.”[3]

Xenophobia can manifest itself in many ways involving the relations and perceptions of an ingroup towards an outgroup, including a fear of losing identity, suspicion of its activities, aggression, and desire to eliminate its presence to secure a presumed purity.[4] Xenophobia can also be exhibited in the form of an “uncritical exaltation of another culture” in which a culture is ascribed “an unreal, stereotyped and exotic quality”.[5] Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action urges all governments to take immediate measures and to develop strong policies to prevent and combat all forms and minifestations of racism, xenophobia or related intolerance, where necessary by enactment of appropriate legislation including penal measure.


The teacher said, “Let’s begin by reviewing some American history.
Who said ‘Give me Liberty , or give me Death’?
She saw a sea of blank faces, except for Little Hodaiki a bright foreign exchange student from Japan , who had his hand up:
‘Patrick Henry, 1775′, he said . ‘Very good!’
Who said, ‘Government of the People, by the People, for the People, shall not perish from the Earth?’

Again, no response except from Little Hodaiki:
‘Abraham Lincoln, 1863′.

‘Excellent!’ said the teacher continuing, ‘let’s try one a bit more difficult…’
Who said, ‘Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country?’

Once again, Hodaiki’s was the only hand in the air and he said: ‘John F. Kennedy, 1961′.

The teacher snapped at the class, ‘Class, you should be ashamed of yourselves, little Hodaiki isn’t from this country and he knows more about our history than you do.’

She heard a loud whisper: ‘Screw the Japs,’
‘Who said that? I want to know right now!’ she angrily demanded.

Little Hodaiki put his hand up, ‘General MacArthur, 1945.’

At that point, a student in the back said, ‘I’m gonna puke.’
The teacher glared around and asks, ‘All right! Now who said that!?’

Again, Little Hodaiki said, ‘George Bush to the Japanese Prime Minister, 1991.’
Now furious, another student yelled, ‘Oh yeah? Suck this!’

Little Hodaiki jumped out of his chair waving his hand and shouted to the teacher, ‘Bill Clinton to Monica Lewinsky 1997!’

Now with almost mob hysteria someone said, ’You little shit, If you say anything else, I’ll kill you.’

Little Hodaiki frantically yelled at the top of his voice: “Michael Jackson to the child witness testifying against him, 2004.”

The teacher fainted. As the class gathered around the teacher on the floor, someone said, Oh help, we’re fucked!

Little Hodaiki said quietly, Bob Diamond, Barclays Bank, 2012.


El alumno que era el número uno de la clase gritó:
-¡Yo era el primero hasta que llegó este japonés de mierda!

Y Hodaiki contesta:
-Mario Vargas Llosa – Elecciones peruanas, en 1990.