Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Is Hillary Rodham Clinton really worthy to be President?

First of all, let me make this clear. I'm not a Trump supporter. Since the primaries, I've sided with Bernie Sanders. But between Clinton & Trump, my conscience won't let me choose any of the two. I'd like to play devil's advocate in favor of Trump to shed lights on the other side of the spectra that media is discreetly avoiding. 
If you ask a Republican, where do you get your news from? Most would say FOX. Same question to a Democrat would probably give you NBC, ABC or something. So if you are finding sources which only reinforces your point of view, then you are simply not looking at the overall picture. With that, I can present to you some media outlets where Wikileaks have been said to be accurate until proven false. 
Now on top of that, Julian Assange has been attempted to be silenced following the recent email dumps. http://thefreethoughtproject.com/wi...
Hillary Clinton even suggested droning this guy during her time as Secy. of State. http://www.snopes.com/julian-assang...
Tell me, if the Clinton campaign & DNC are really not corrupt, why did Debbie Wasserman Schultz resign from her chairman post of the party? You may deny it too. But in one of the John Podesta email, it has been revealed that Clinton campaign pressurized Sanders to endorse Her (email correspondence between Podesta & Jane Sanders). https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...
I understand that what Wikileaks is doing is totally wrong. But had it not been for Wikileaks, would we have seen the decline of Schultz or something? If we go by your argument that Russia is behind the cyber attacks & helping Wikileaks, then who stole Trump's tax information & gave it to NYTimes? If they can't steal, can we? What kind of double standard is this? http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/02/u...
Now let's step aside from Wikileaks & emails. Center for Public Integrity tells us that 96% of media personalities (news anchors, journalists, editors etc) donated to Her campaign this election cycle compared to His 4%. If that is not disparity, bias in the name of journalism, then what is? Shouldn't the people have a right to unbiased information? If you are already bought or you have given your loyalty to someone, how can you be unbiased to your beneficiary? https://www.publicintegrity.org/201...
This goes for the numerous speeches that Clinton has given over the last few years in various countries, corporate dinners etc. When asked about the Goldman Sachs speech transcript during a primary debate, why did she refuse to release it? If there is nothing to hide that may jeopardize her candidacy or her position on different issues, then why not release them once & for all? Let the media, American people decide afterwards.
I don't want to bring up the deleted emails. Bernie has said that before: "enough is enough". But the question still remains: why did she delete those emails if there is nothing that Americans will find which may contradict her positions on various issues (public vs. private image).
In lieu of this discussion, a good analogy that comes to my mind: you are dating this girl, but secretly you are also sleeping with her best friend. Now one day, your girlfriend gets hold of your cell phone & goes through your call history, chat log & finds out about your cheating case. Now as an outsider, you would say that no, she has no right to go through his phone. It's his personal thing. Privacy should be maintained. But if it were not for her breaking the privacy policy, would she have even known about her boyfriend's cheating nature?
Why does Hillary want to expand on Obamacare when her husband himself calls it "the craziest system of the world"? http://thehill.com/policy/healthcar...
Even Obama himself recognizes that it's a failed system. "It’s like buying a starter home. It’s a lot better than not having a home. But over time, you hope you can make some improvements." http://www.politico.com/story/2016/...
He even compared it with Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones which we know are blowing up, but we can't be going back to "rotary phones" (as he calls it). http://www.theblaze.com/stories/201...
 
Voter fraud is real. Obama (before he became President), back in 2008, during the campaign admitted to Democrats controlling the polling stations [watch first 2 mins: https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4627...]
Tell me please, how can dead people be registered to vote & actually cast their ballot?
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/a...
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/201...
 
And I'm talking not just of 2016 election cycle, but also 2012. At that time, bipartisan agreement was possible between the parties that voter fraud is real. http://www.npr.org/2012/02/14/14682...
If the liberal, leftists are really 'liberal' in their mindset, why did they firebomb North Carolina's GOP office? Why the hateful message of "Nazi Republicans" after vandalism? http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/16/polit...
And that's not it. Indiana's GOP office was also attacked. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...
How much media coverage did you see in the mainstream media about these stories? In fact, if you look, the Indiana story wasn't even covered anywhere except FOX. Do you really think the same treatment would be received if it were the other way around?
I can go on & on with NAFTA, TPP and many more. If you want, I can go through those on another day.
Overall, the thing that detracts me from Her is the fact that Hillary Clinton thinks she is over everything: rules, laws, regulations, you name it. When a 4-star retired general can face punishment for lying in front of FBI [http://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...], what about her lies? If you don't consider her to be a liar, then consider this: 67% Americans consider her trustworthy [http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guyben...]. Only 12% Democrats see her as 'honest & trustworthy' [http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/p...]. No wonder she still can't get past 50% on all the national polls even 2 weeks before election day.
The very corruption that deteriorates democracy in many countries around the world, especially South Asia (since I know of it due to my heritage) has now entered American democracy. Money, Wall Street donors are ruling the political system in the nation. In our countries (Bangladesh, India & many others), if you become a MP (member of the parliament), you come out of your term as a rich man: nice bungalow, new businesses, fancy cars, ornaments for your wife, daughters, sisters etc. Citizens know that corruption is the factor that made them this filthy rich. Yet no one can say anything. Because if you do, you would be shut up forever, maybe along with your family altogether. So you endure this injustice silently. Similarly, in Washington political system, if you look at both Democrats & Republicans, how do these Congressmen, Senators become so rich after their term? Sometimes they become so greedy of power, that they just don't want to break off from it. You have to ask that these lobbying systems have made Washington democracy a nasty corruption machine. Bernie wanted to touch on it. But he was shut down by Clintonites. The very nasty politics that South Asians want to avoid by coming to this country is now colluding the swamps of DC. Now in the Gettysburg speech, Trump also pointed these things out. We need to limit our Congressmen, Senators to term limits. We need to stop foreign lobbyists influencing political decisions of American people. There's many more that Hillary Clinton would not even utter even in her dreams. Because she is already bought by those Wall Street money machines that want to keep things just exactly as it is. She is part of the problem that created this mess. How can you expect her to fix it? Next time you hear about Bangladesh being #1 in most corrupt nation of the world, think again.

Friday, April 22, 2016

Just another way to rig the election

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We all know Hillary Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders in the NY primary earlier this week. What we all may not know is that many independents who wanted to vote for Sanders were denied the opportunity to cast vote in Democratic primary. I've talked about the rigged election system of America before. This just goes to show my claim even further.

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Sunday, April 17, 2016

History repeats itself...

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Then Barack Obama...Now Bernie Sanders........Opponent still Hillary Clinton

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Clinton's speeches revelation ... end of campaign!

After Thursday's debate in Brooklyn, NY, Senator Bernie Sanders did what he promised to do. He released his 2014 tax return. As we saw in the debate stage, Hillary Clinton mentioned that when others start releasing their transcripts, she will release hers as well. Well, Mr. Sanders doesn't have any closed-door speeches that needs to be publicly revealed. That means his tax return of past year which Hillary Clinton was so adamantly targeting would need to be exposed. That has been done, Madam Secretary. Now it's your turn to release your transcripts from closed door meeting with Goldman Sachs.

She won't do it, folks. That would mean the end of her campaign. What we can surmise from some insiders in that meeting & other closed associates of hers, the kind of support that she gave to those crooks, greedy bankers for the Great Recession that caused the trouble that Barack Obama had to dig the country out of in 2008, would diminish her supporters' backing for her altogether. She won't risk doing it with big states like New York, California, Pennsylvania on the line. That's what she does best. Being very clever at political moves to gain the support of her base when needed & appearing to be all caring for American citizens on the limelight.

Read more about what the insiders have said.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Even NYPD officers don't like Mayor de Blasio

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I've said this before that New Yorkers will regret electing Bill de Blasio as their mayor in the days to come after his victory over Joe Lhota back in 2013. It's just starting to show up publicly nowadays as this fellow NYPD officer spills his dislike over de Blasio while giving out ticket to drivers. It's not just that this is just one instance, over the last few years, my hometown, Jamaica, NY, has also become prone to violence on the streets more so than Mayor Bloomberg's period. Just last week, a neighbour of ours, a fellow taxi driver who came home to give the taxi to the next shift's driver sometime at early dawn, was held at gunpoint & was hit on his head by the looter who took about $150 from his pocket. Such incidents have never happened in our area before. We have been living in that house since 2009 & those neighbours of ours since 2007. Funny thing is those folks also voted for a Democratic nominee for mayor back in 2013. Now they are regretting their choice. What do you think? Was electing de Blasio a good choice for NYC? Should NYC elect a Republican candidate for mayor as they did with Rudy Giuliani & Mike Bloomberg? What does the endorsement of such character like de Blasio for Hillary Clinton show, in the context of endorsement politics in election process?