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I believe an unlikely mix of alleged drug trafficking related politicos and alleged white nationalist related politicos united to elect the infamous “Bloc of Four” in the abysmal voter turnout election of 2005. During their four year term the drug business was good again and white nationalists used Coatesville as an example on white supremacist websites like “Stormfront”. Strong community organization and support from law enforcement, in particular Chester County District Attorney Joseph W. Carroll has begun to turn our community around. The Chester County drug trafficking that I believe centers on Coatesville continues and I believe we still have public officials in place that profit from the drug sales. But the people here are amazing and continue to work against the odds to make Coatesville a good place to live.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

"Look at that black bastard, his friends are eating him."- Trump more dangerous than Hitler?

I wondered why Freddy Wolfe brought his scope-sighted rifle to work. I looked at Hans Koch, my boss. His look told me this is normal stuff for Freddy.
 Sometime later Freddy put his rifle through an open window. I looked away and looked back when I heard the rifle crack. Freddy said, "Look at that black bastard, his friends are eating him."
It's what black vultures do. 

 Freddy was a master cabinetmaker. He was trained in Germany's apprenticeship training facilities. I watched him hand cut dovetail drawers with hand tools. He was trained in pre-WWII Germany. He lived through the post World War I depression in Germany. He said he could make a furniture piece in square by eye without a square when he had both eyes.

 Freddy used his bayonet to kill the Russian who took his eye out with a knife. Freddy was an artilleryman in Hitler's Wehrmacht. He was a perfectionist. Freddy said he only needed one range shot. The next would be a kill shot.

 Freddy marched Day and night to the west with his buddies to surrender to the Americans.
 A U.S. Army officer asked for a cabinetmaker among German POWs. Freddy made several pieces of furniture for him. The American officer made sure Freddy would come to America with him.

 Freddy made his new home in Hanover, PA named for his hometown in Germany.

Freddy said, "Hitler wasn't all bad. He gave people jobs."

I think a popular Trump has the potential to be far more horrific than Hitler and his Nazis. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have a plan to make Trump wildly popular. 

TRUMP has the NSA, CIA, DEA, FBI, DOJ and various military intelligence agencies under his control. 
 Everyone using a cell phone can be tracked to within 18 inches in developed areas. All our phone calls, emails and texts can be recorded and stored to be used against us.
 Police in Bensalem, PA and many other places are compiling DNA routinely at any contact with civilians such as traffic stops.
 Surveillance cameras are a common part of everyday life. Drones high enough to be invisible can track humans and vehicles, day or night
Automated weapons like drones can kill without warning. A clear blue sky can bring instant death. Drones are the ultimate terror weapons. Killer drones can be miniaturized to insect size.
Alex Emmons
 Hitler had "Blitzkrieg" but Trump has a military that's fully capable of multiple intercontinental wars on short notice. Trump has the ability to destroy a nation while simultaneously destroying human life on earth, with nuclear weapons.

"On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump managed to pull the biggest upset in US politics by tapping successfully into the anger of white voters and appealing to the lowest inclinations of people in a manner that would have probably impressed Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels himself. 
Trump in the White House: An Interview With Noam Chomsky 
Monday, 14 November 2016 00:00 
By C.J. Polychroniou, Truthout | Interview

Like Hitler, Trump will give people jobs. 

And Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will make sure Trump begins a massive “New Deal” plan.

 Trump will restart our economy from the lower middle class up.  

Obama would have liked to spend $4 trillion on infrastructure and give Americans a "New, New Deal". But Obama never tried. He knew Republicans would stop him.

Republicans won't stop Trump's $4 trillion infrastructure plan. Dick Cheney said, “Deficits don’t matter.” The debt only matters when a Democrat is president. Massive infrastructure spending will put most people back to work.

“We are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals,” Trump said. “We’re going to rebuild our infrastructure, which will become, by the way, second to none. And we will put millions of our people to work as we rebuild it.” 
 If any issue could build a bridge between Trump, his supporters, and everyone else, this could be it. The nation’s infrastructure is crumbling—literally, in some cases. The American Society of Civil Engineers gives US infrastructure a D+, and estimates the country would have to invest $3.6 trillion to patch it all by 2020.
It’s a great investment, especially in an age of low interest rates: Putting just $18 billion a year into roads, bridges, and waterways could create a $29 billion jump in GPD and more than 200,000 jobs in the first year, says Josh Bivens, research and policy director of the Economic Policy Institute. 
Trump’s Infrastructure Fix: Let Somebody Else Spend $1Trillion

Maybe people will say "Trump wasn't all bad. He gave people jobs."

And massively idiotic Democratic leaders are preparing to make all Democratic legislators back Donald Trump’s Infrastructure Plans. It’s the “Schumer/Pelosi Reverse Psychology Plan.”

In the disorienting wake of Donald Trump’s election, Democrats in Congress grasped for some normality. To them — being Democrats reared for decades in a lawmaking culture — this meant some reassurance that they would participate in legislation. They quickly settled on Trump’s proposal for infrastructure spending as a promising venue through which they could trade cooperation for policy leverage. Charles Schumer, the incoming Senate minority leader, sounded excited about the prospect of passing a bill he has worked for years to enact without success. “As President-elect Trump indicated last night, investing in infrastructure is an important priority of his,” announced Nancy Pelosi. “We can work together to quickly pass a robust infrastructure jobs bill.”…

The Reverse Psychology Part:

“Republicans blew up the deficit under Ronald Reagan, then fomented hysterical warnings of insolvency under Bill Clinton. When Clinton’s policies structurally balanced the budget, they unbalanced it with massive tax cuts, a military and security buildup, and a prescription drug benefit, all entirely debt-financed. When the first signs of recession appeared in early 2008, Republicans did support a Keynesian stimulus bill. As Obama entered office, the seeming mild recession that had spurred both parties to action a year before had spiraled into a bottomless crisis unlike any in memory. But at the moment the justification for Keynesian stimulus had become stronger than at any time in the previous 80 years, Republicans embraced austerity, insisting temporary deficit spending would worsen the economy. They held to that stance — with the exception of tax cuts for the rich, which they support regardless of circumstance — throughout Obama’s presidency, which is why they blocked infrastructure spending despite its appeal to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business groups. 
 The cycle has been repeated enough times that careful observers simply assume that the GOP will immediately flip from debt hysteria to debt mania. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters today he still “cares” about the debt, but has realized that economic growth is a priority that will help resolve it — a realization that somehow dawned in the immediate aftermath of the election after eluding him throughout Obama’s two terms. This is a major reason the stock market has taken Trump’s election with such equanimity: The government is no longer held hostage by an opposition party committed to tight fiscal policy. Steven Blitz, chief economist at Pangea Market Advisory, told The Wall Street Journal that he had previously worried the economy would tip into recession, but that new debt-financed tax cuts and spending would allay such a scenario: “Now that Republicans are in control, there’s no concern about debt and deficits,” said Steven Blitz, chief economist at
Pangea Market Advisory…
Giving Trump and his party such a valuable gift, and weakening Democrats’ own chances for regaining power, is worth doing in the case of a vital humanitarian interest. But for some highways? And to give bipartisan cover to what may well have grants to contractors who will be giving kickbacks to Trump and his family? From the standpoint of Democrats like Pelosi and Schumer, the end of the Obama-era legislative boycott and a return to the old Washington, where they can sit with colleagues and hash out funding formulas and hold ribbon-cutting ceremonies, probably feels like sweet relief. They appear to be in the grips of a dangerous myopia.”

 New York
Charles Schumer and Nancy Pelosi Have a Plan to MakePresident Trump Popular
Jonathan Chait November 14, 2016 2:42 p.m.

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