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Anderson Cooper Gets It on Haiti

12 Jan

I arrived in Haiti for the first time, shortly after the major News organizations had left to pursue other stories. They were still digging up bodies,

Now, I have travelled quite a bit on business to places I am sure are on the Chumph’s “shithole” list. Met some good folks, as well as some really bad folks.

What impressed me about Haiti is the people. You watch them and they are constantly moving. An automobile is a luxury item, so they walk. You don’t see guys standing on a street corner with a bottle of wine… They are poor as hell, but to my experience hustle to make a dime. Being poor isn’t a crime, and often is due to circumstance in the Third World.

Turns out Baby Doc, the last, late Haitian Dictator laundered money through Trump Towers.

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11 responses to “Anderson Cooper Gets It on Haiti

  1. CNu

    January 12, 2018 at 2:28 PM

    But you and the other Clinton Foundation parasites laundered the shit out of monies ponzied up allegedly to help the Haitians. Nothing that .45 says will revise the history of the last round of disaster rape and pillage committed by whiny parasites.

    Black descendants of slaves in America suffer every time another replacement negroe from the latino-caribbean shit holes hits these shores.

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    • btx3

      January 12, 2018 at 4:35 PM

      My, my, my…You are off your meds this afternoon, trying to defend your Massa, Chumph.

      Sorry, gestaposkin…Never worked for Clinton Foundation.

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  2. CNu

    January 13, 2018 at 4:43 AM

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  3. CNu

    January 13, 2018 at 4:45 AM

    Well, it looks like the vagina-hat-wearing folks who advocate for middle-aged cross-dressing she-males sharing bathrooms with our daughters is upset by the word “shithole”. Now, Senator Dick Durbin (D-Illinois) has objected to the term “chain migration”. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dick-durbin-refutes-trump-says-he-did-use-the-word-shitholes-repeatedly/

    Have you ever noticed how the mainstream corporate media and Political Left, in the shameless pursuit of power, insincerely and hypocritically use language to enforce their orthodoxies and control the free speech and actions of their political opponents?

    What is the best way for this tactic to be effectively fought?

    The only methods I can think of right now are words, votes, or bullets. Are there other ways?

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    • btx3

      January 13, 2018 at 10:40 AM

      “Have you ever noticed how the mainstream corporate media and Political Left, in the shameless pursuit of power”

      Check your prescriptions! Some phamacist has slipped in some “Stupid Pills”!

      There is no difference between the “shameless pursuit of power” by the left or right.

      The only difference is in “paying clientele”.

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      • CNu

        January 13, 2018 at 11:45 AM

        The good news is that ALL institutions are currently in play. Been taking a deep dive with the youngest into questions about dopamine hegemony and the science and engineering of money. Cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency-speculation being all the rage at the moment among the young, dumb, and “want something for nothing” set.

        Am absolutely loving the open warfare erupting in the Impyrian heights among the oligarchs and then licking down like lightning to destroy errant peasants who attempt to fly too high. Ahhhh.., the petty satisfactions of pedestrian schadenfreude.

        Anyway, what we can all know and see for certain at this moment, is that the NYC-DC establishment is going into a strong second-half push in this destroy Trump game. Now that russiagate has failed, it’s down to adultery and faux racism. All just window-dressing over the real game in play – that game being control of the money pump. The Koch/Thiel/Mercer block is not going to easily surrender to the status quo wigs, and the wigs are fresh out of new tricks against their invigorated asymmetrical elite political adversaries.

        One of the theoretical forerunners and bases of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) is chartalism, an economic theory which argues that money is a creature of the state designed to direct economic activity. The theory has recently been popularized by David Graeber’s book Debt: The First 5,000 Years, a wide-ranging work that touches upon issues ranging from gift economies, the linkage between quantification and violence, and the relationship between debt and conceptions of sin. In charting out the history of money, Graeber notes that, despite anthropological evidence to the contrary, economists have long clung to the myth of barter.

        However, money does not emerge from barter-based economic activities, but rather from the sovereign’s desire to organize economic activity. The state issues currency and then imposes taxes. Because citizens are forced to use the state’s currency to pay their taxes, they can trust that the currency will carry value in day-to-day economic activities. Governments with their own currency and a floating exchange rate (sovereign currency issuers like the United States) do not have to borrow from “bond vigilantes” to spend. They themselves first spend the money into existence and then collect it through taxation to enforce its usage. The state can spend unlimited amounts of money. It is only constrained by biophysical resources, and if the state spends beyond the availability of resources, the result is inflation, which can be mitigated by taxation.

        These simple facts carry radical policy implications. Taxes are not being used to fund spending, but rather to control inflation and redistribute income. Thus, we can make the case for progressive taxation from a moral standpoint concerned with social justice:

        http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/43082-but-how-will-we-pay-for-it-modern-monetary-theory-and-democratic-socialism#15153656154571

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      • btx3

        January 13, 2018 at 12:28 PM

        That is much better. Was worried about you for a while there!

        No – the Russia prosecution isn’t “over”, in terms of prosecution. With the flipping of Bannon, Priebus, and half a dozen other sources – and the Chumpshit being politely subpoenaed to testify before the Grand Jury, its getting hot in here! I find it interesting the Press is being easily manipulated to look at the irrelevant ebb and flow of noxious sensationalism such as the Chumph’s relationships with prostitutes and serial adultery (man is the only billionaire in the world who can’t get laid with the dangling of a few gaudy trinkets) – instead of the existence of “Intercepts” by the US and half a dozen other countries laying out specifically the Chumphshit’s treason. The moving of the US Embassy to the Jerusalem shithole being nothing more than an amateur attempt at keeping Mossad from turning over the tapes. Of course the other comedic appearances are by the white right whose heads are buried so far in the ground in denial it would take a backhoe to dig deep enough to clip their toenails.

        As to the various fiat currencies and bubbles in such, including the Stock Market – folks on my side of that rock are bunkering for a meltdown of Brobdingnagian proportions only minimally restrained over the short term by capital infusion under the guise of a Tax Law. Said meltdown is now scheduled to just before the elections, instead of just before the end of the tax season.

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  4. CNu

    January 13, 2018 at 11:54 AM

    That said, your status quo establishment is evil, has done unprecedented harm to native black descendants of slaves, and anybody advocating on behalf of the status quo establishment is a soul’d out jiggaboo or overpaid parasite whose comeuppance is just around that signpost up ahead. No phuggs to give about replacement negroes from shitholes. Joy “replacement negroe” Reid whining like a whipped puppy this morning because she knows the end is near for imaginary sympathy for ashy-assed replacement negroes and black nativism is going to be something to be reckoned with as more and more of the best and brightest see the writing on the wall and have begun playing the political game of musical chairs on the deck of the Titanic.

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    • btx3

      January 13, 2018 at 12:42 PM

      Dey not replacin’ home growed Kneegrows…Dey is replacin’ whidte folks.

      And therein is the problem.

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      • CNu

        January 13, 2018 at 1:28 PM

        Wrong, and ain’t nobody worth hearing from falling for that okey doke anymore.

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  5. CNu

    January 13, 2018 at 1:30 PM

    Halfrican okey doke – exemplifying why a geriatric lesbian like Oprah would fund a school for replacement negroe girls in south africa rather than trying to help black DOS here in America.

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