21 Oct 2016

The Meaning Of Trump

By Gilad Atzmon: The question regarding the meaning of Trump is unlike questions concerning the person of Trump or what the Republican candidates stands for.
The meaning of Trump is that, pretty much, half of the American people say enough is enough. Half of the American people are expressing a total fatigue of the system and their ruling elite.
In the last few weeks we learned that Trump left behind a score of offended women. He was disrespectful and grossly misbehaved, allegedly. This may tell us something about who Trump is; yet the fact that all those embarrassing revelations had zero impact on Trump’s popularity suggests that we are dealing with a force of nature. No one else in modern politics would have survived a fraction of such bad publicity. Trump may be a horrid and disrespectful human being, and yet, he appears to be invincible.
Trump is not as eloquent or as lucid as Hillary Clinton or President Obama but he manages to express in a just a few words the deepest and most profound philosophical ideas and criticisms of Western life. It was Trump who reminded us, once again, that true utopia is in fact nostalgia.

Final US Debate Was A SHAM, More Emails LEAKED, Media Collusion & More

Lee Camp unravels the sick, sad world of the 3rd and final 2016 Presidential Debate. He also covers more of the infamous Podesta leaked emails. He reveals the moral bankruptcy and cynical political expediency behind Hillary Clinton’s policy decisions. Then correspondent John F. O’Donnell dives deeper into the leaks, specifically focusing on the collusion between the Clinton campaign and the media. Finally, correspondent Naomi Karavani uncovers the widespread use of facial recognition software by law enforcement and the dangerous implications of this type of technology.

Hillary Not Sexually Assaulted..By Anyone - The FKN Newz

"He didn't even kiss me, pat my fanny or touch my breasts!"
Deek Jackson



Victorian Schools To Teach Students About "Male Privilege" [Q&A]

J Is For Junk Economics

Max and Stacy discuss friends of Bill (Clinton) and the remarkable fortunes they’ve made landing lucrative aid contracts. In the second half, Max interviews Dr. Michael Hudson about his new book, J is for Junk Economics and about the US presidential candidates' economic plans.

Why Academics Bow To The Mob

Professor Fiamengo from the University of Ottawa discusses why academics bow to the mob.