Friday, December 2, 2016

MORE OBAMA-CLINTONOMICS AHEAD? - Trump outlines right-wing program of extreme nationalism at Cincinnati rally

There is a vast chasm between this empty populist rhetoric and the personnel that Trump has selected to populate his government. The speech followed a series of cabinet picks, including billionaire asset strippers, Wall Street bankers, and dedicated opponents of financial and corporate regulations, public education and Medicare and Medicaid, to lead the Treasury, Commerce, Education and Health and Human Services departments.



Trump outlines right-wing program of extreme nationalism at Cincinnati rally



Trump outlines right-wing program of extreme nationalism at Cincinnati rally

By Joseph Kishore and Jerry White

2 December 2016
In a rally in
Cincinnati, Ohio on Thursday night, US President-elect Donald Trump outlined
the right-wing program of extreme “America First” nationalism of the incoming
administration.
The Cincinnati speech
was unlike any delivered by a president or president-elect in US history. It
was a combination of blatant contradictions, exaggerations, wild hyperbole,
empty demagogy and praise for himself as the man who would fix all the problems
facing the country. It combined threats against political enemies with pledges
to work with anyone and everyone to overcome gridlock and restore American
jobs.
While couched in
rhetoric about protecting the “American 



worker,” Trump’s policy proposals
centered on massive tax 



cuts to corporations and deregulation, combined with 


increasing
the size of the military, expanding police powers 



and sharply curtailing
immigration. During the rally Trump 



also announced that his choice for
secretary of defense is 



retired general James “Mad Dog” Mattis.
Trump’s remarks were
clearly shaped and likely written by Trump’s chief strategist, Stephen Bannon,
the former head of Breitbart News who has ties to fascistic organizations.
Bannon has called for the formation of a new “movement”—a term Trump repeated
throughout his remarks—based on economic nationalism and opposition to
“globalists.”
A major theme was the
need to “unify” the nation in opposition to Washington politicians who have
subordinated “American interests” to foreign powers. “There is a lot of talk
about how we are becoming a globalized world,” Trump said, “but the
relationships people value in this country are local… There is no global
anthem, no global currency, no certificate of global citizenship. We pledge
allegiance to one flag, and that is the American flag.”
“From now on it is going
to be America First,” Trump added. “We are going to put ourselves first… Our
goal is to strengthen the bonds between citizens, to restore our sense of
membership in a shared national community.”
As was the case
during his campaign for president, Trump made a demagogic appeal to social
anger over declining wages and social inequality. “Our government has failed to
protect the interests of the American worker,” he said. “A shrinking workforce
and flat wages are not going to be the new normal.”
There is a vast chasm
between this empty populist rhetoric 



and the personnel that Trump has selected
to populate his 



government. The speech followed a series of cabinet picks, 


including billionaire asset strippers, Wall Street bankers, and 


dedicated
opponents of financial and corporate regulations, 



public education and Medicare
and Medicaid, to lead the 



Treasury, Commerce, Education and Health and Human 


Services departments.
For all his talk of
national “unity,” a Trump administration will be one of brutal class war.
Trump’s “action plan” is centered on freeing corporations from any restraints
on profit-making and exploitation. “Right now we punish companies for doing
business in America,” he said. To bring back jobs, the new administration would
“massively lower taxes, and make America the best place in the world to hire,
to invest, to grow, to create and to expand.”
He added that he
would “eliminate every single wasteful regulation that undermines the ability
of our workers and our companies to compete with companies from foreign lands.”
Trump touted the deal
with Carrier to continue production at its Indianapolis factory, which
Carrier’s parent company, United Technologies Corp. (UTC), planned to shut by
2019 and shift production to Mexico. Carrier will retain only 800 of the 1,400
production workers at the plant, and the deal also sanctions the closure of the
UTC factory in Huntington, Indiana, which will wipe out the jobs of another 700
workers.
In discussions late
last month, Trump told UTC CEO Gregory Hayes that his plans to slash corporate
taxes and gut labor, health and safety and environmental regulations would
prove far more profitable for the company than the $65 million in annual
savings it would gain from shifting production overseas. In exchange for the deal,
Carrier was given another $7 million in state tax cuts and other subsidies. It
is also likely that UTC, a major defense contractor, was promised even larger
contracts under a Trump presidency.
Trump reiterated his
proposal for major infrastructure projects, a plan that would be a boondoggle
for corporations and essentially hand over public infrastructure to private
companies. These measures, combined with greater restrictions on trade, would
“usher in a new industrial revolution.”
Trump combined his
program of tax cuts and deregulation with a call for sharp restrictions on
immigration. “We will restore the sovereignty of the United States,” he said.
“We will construct a great wall at the border” and “liberate our communities
from the epidemic of gang violence and drugs pouring into our nation.”
Trump said little on
foreign policy, except to criticize the $6 trillion spent on wars in the Middle
East. He also said the US should “stop looking to topple regimes and overthrow
governments” and instead focus on “rebuilding our country.” Under a Trump
administration, he asserted, the US “will seek shared interests wherever
possible and pursue a new era of peace, understanding and good will.”
In fact, Trump’s
“America First” nationalism will be accompanied by a massive escalation of
military violence. In his speech, Trump pledged a “national effort to build our
badly depleted military” and called for a major campaign to “destroy ISIS.”
More significant is
the selection of Mattis as secretary of defense. Mattis is a fanatic
anti-Islamic militarist who played a significant role in the US invasion of
Afghanistan and led the brutal 2004 assault on Falluja, Iraq. Speaking of his
experiences in Afghanistan, Mattis said in 2005 that “it’s a hell of a lot of
fun to shoot them.”
While leading US
Central Command under Obama from 2010 to 2013, Mattis was critical of the White
House for not waging war aggressively enough in the Middle East and for being
too conciliatory toward Iran.
In an indication of
the dominance of the military in a Trump administration, Mattis would be the
first ranking general to be defense secretary since George Marshall in 1950–51.
Federal law stipulates that generals must be retired for seven years before
leading the Pentagon, but Mattis is expected to get a waiver from Congress. He
has the support of Senate Republicans, including Senator John McCain, the
chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Mattis will work
closely with Trump’s national security advisor, another retired general,
Michael Flynn.
The unions and the
Democratic Party have praised Trump, echoing his economic nationalism and
echoing the lie that the billionaire real estate mogul, who will head up the
most right-wing government in history, is a champion of the working class.
US Senator Joe
Donnelly (Democrat-Indiana) said he hoped to work with Trump to “build on
momentum created by your agreement with United Technologies” and adopt a
federal “outsourcing” proposal that would “deny and claw back certain tax
benefits to companies that move jobs offshore.” Directing his comment at Trump,
he added, “I strongly encourage you to make it clear that efforts to ship jobs
offshore to chase cheap wages will be addressed head on by the Trump
Administration. I stand ready to assist in any way possible.”


TRUMP
VOWS TO KEEP OBAMA’S CRONY BANKSTERS LOOTING
MNUCHIN:
THE  FORECLOSURE  MACHINE!

The FDIC paid OneWest $1 billion,
which Stein said went to “billionaire investors … to cover the close
of foreclosing on working class, everyday American folks.”
“But the bank came under fire for its foreclosure practices as housing
advocacy groups accused it of being too quick to foreclose on struggling
homeowners. In 2011, dozens of demonstrators descended on Mnuchin's $26.5
million home in he wealthy Bel Air neighborhood to protest OneWest's eviction
tactics, according to the Los Angeles Times.”
AFTER
OBAMA-CLINTONIMCS, THE LOOTING OF AMERICA BY THE RICH TO CONTINUE UNDER THEIR
OWN, DONALD TRUMP
TRUMP
FILLS THE “SWAMP” WITH CRONY BILLIONAIRES!
 "Far
from Trump’s demagogic claims that he would 'drain the swamp,' the corrupt
nexus between Wall Street and Washington is tighter than ever."

TRUMP
 IMPOSES  OBAMA-CLINTONOMICS:  Cut Federal Pensions and Medicare to Cover Tax
Cuts For the Super Rich
"Trump
is not the initiator of this class war against working people. It has been
underway for decades, beginning in earnest with the election of
Ronald Reagan in 1980 and continuing under every
succeeding administration, including the eight-year tenures of
Democrats Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. The colossal redistribution of
wealth and income from the bottom to the top of American society reached
record proportions under Obama, whose legacy of falling
living standards and worsening economic crisis for tens of millions
of workers was a decisive factor in the victory of the fascistic demagogue
and con artist Trump."

AMERICA
THE ADDICTED: 1 in 7 are addicted
CAUTION:
GRAPHIC IMAGES!
MEXICO’S
BIGGEST EXPORTS TO U.S.: Heroin, Criminals, Anchor baby breeders for 18 years
of gringo-paid welfare.
1
in 7 are addicted
AMERICA’S LAST DAYS AS THE MEXICAN
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BE PREPARED!
THE FASTEST GROWING POLITICAL
PARTY IN AMERICA IS THE MEXICAN FASCIST PARTY of LA RAZA. IT IS AN AMERICAN TAX
SUPPORTED POLITICAL PARTY.
15 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT LA
RAZA “THE RACE”
by Michelle Malkin
"The American Southwest seems
to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without firing a single
shot."
  --- EXCELSIOR ---  national
newspaper of Mexico

http://mexicanoccupation.blogspot.com/2016/12/michelle-malkin-15-things-every-legal.html


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