Is the Biden Administration America's main enemy?

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Is the Biden Administration America's main enemy?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  1. yangforward

    yangforward Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    The Biden cabal has made a number of big changes both
    outside and inside the country that have been detrimental.

    Outside this country
    Neocon beliefs: It's better to fight them over there than
    have to fight them over here.
    So we fight the ones who don't care about us, and then
    let the criminals and terrorists into the country along with
    everyone else their own country doesn't want.

    Outside this country
    The more countries we destroy now the fewer we will have to
    'help'/destroy in the future.
    So if we destroy 50 this year we only have 50 to destroy next year,
    assuming 94 are our friends.

    If you can find out what a Neocon actually believes, then tell me
    please.
     
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    yangforward Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Inside the country
    Giving our jobs to immigrants. Giving our money to immigrants.
    How does that work? The money comes from the govt., running up
    the national debt, which we blame on Donald Trump, and then
    the immigrants with all the various benefits they receive for free,
    cost the company hiring them less money, so the company gains
    a little and the country loses a lot.

    That's Neoliberalism. Free movement of goods and labor to
    maximize company profit, at any cost to the country.
     
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  3. yangforward

    yangforward Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    My definitions are a bit arm-waving, but who wants a whole
    book on Neo conservativism and another one on Neoliberalism?
    If you do, then buy one.

    My understanding is a bit simple but that Neo conservatism is
    a belief that it is better for us and for the other country if both
    are basically similar to the USA. So I tend to think of
    Neo conservativism as governing external relationships of
    the country, so Neo cons start wars if soft power doesn't
    work.

    And I think of Neo liberals as primarily harming employment
    within the country by reducing pay rates, even if the country
    as a whole has to pay out to the low income families.

    NAFTA was a good example of a Neoliberal policy. We forced
    Mexico to accept cheap US corn (maize) and the newly
    unemployed Mexicans would work for very little in car factories.
    So workers on both sides of the border lost out.
    And the company executives and stock holders made more
    money.

    They claim that was on unforeseen consequence, but they
    wouldn't have done it if it was unforeseen.
     
  4. perotista

    perotista Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I voted no. I know there are lots of bigger enemies out there than the Biden administration. Bigger enemies than even if Trump were to win again and his new administration. But talking political parties and voters, there was a poll taken right after the 2020 election about who is this nation biggest enemy which stated this:


    A deeper dive finds that 37% of Republicans feel Biden voters are the biggest enemy, just edging the 34% who feel that way about China. Thirty-five percent (35%) of Democrats think Trump voters are the biggest threat, far and above the danger posed by all the others.


    Voters not affiliated with either major party rate China, Biden voters and Trump voters all equal as threats.


    https://www.rasmussenreports.com/pu...2020/voters_see_each_other_as_america_s_enemy


    I think today it’s much more than roughly a third of republican who think Biden voters, or the Democratic Party are this country’s biggest enemy. The same hold true, much more than a third of Democrats think Trump voters are the biggest threat to this country much more than any other country or terrorist organization. I would wager if Rasmussen took this same poll today, he’d find well over half of each major party thinks the other party is this nation’s biggest threat, enemy. A bigger threat, a bigger enemy than China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, ISIS, AQ, other terrorist.


    This is what our politics today have become.
     
  5. yangforward

    yangforward Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    That poll was from before Biden and his cabal started wrecking
    the country.
     
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    perotista Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    There are probably many more than just a third thinking like you that Biden and company are out to destroy this country. Like I said, probably more than half of all Republicans. Then you have democrats who think Trump is out to destroy this country by doing away with democracy, probably much more than half. The poll is as valid today as it was in 2020, only you may have to add around a third more who believe voting for the other party’s guy make you an enemy or a threat to this country. I think you helped prove the poll correct.
     
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    It always amazes me when Republican conspiracy theorists start accusing Biden of being involved in child sex trafficking, and other Conspiracy theories - "Cabals", etc. It was sore loser Trump who hatched a "Stop the Steal" garbage campaign, even after all legal court challenges proved that the Big Lie was a Big Lie. He sat watching on TV after White Supremacist groups stormed the capitol. A bipartisan Senate investigtion concluded that nine people eventually died from the January 6th attack. Trump watched it on TV for 3-1/2 hours..
     
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    The Democrat insiders who pull Biden's strings and run the Senate are the most immediate threat to this nation, but not the "main enemy". Democrats threaten our country from the inside, like a disease.

    The "main enemy" is probably Islam, which commands its followers to fight against all "infidels" in every way possible. Up until now, when you look at it realistically, Muslim countries have been like a bunch of quarrelsome children who can't even get along with each other very much or for very long. But after Iran finally comes out and demonstrates that it has nuclear weapons and the long-range missiles to deliver them with, then we will see whether Islam really does deserve to be classified as the "main enemy". For what it's worth, Islam is probably Russia's "main enemy", and that is likely true for China too. After all, the U. S., Russia, and China are almost majority "infidel" countries.
     
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    Um.....we're not fighting a war, but if we were it would obviously be better to fight away from US soil.
     
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    No, but not for the terminally online masses of idiots lack of trying. Of course to be fair, the same gets said of the Republican side by the left. It's a stupidpalooza!
     
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    As the national debt climbs it becomes more and more obvious that the Biden regime was never anything but a construct of the Federal Reserve System. The problem they cannot escape is that an enormous balance sheet and enormous national debt means that we cannot pay our DEBTS as a nation. Look out below!
     
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    No problem, we opened the Southern border and let them in.
     
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    As much as I do not like Biden, I don't think he is the problem. The REAL problem is the two party system, as well as special interest groups that have such a grip on them. It is a rigged system. Yeah, they let us vote, but the candidates are decided before the primaries are even conducted, so there is really no choice at all. If either of the chosen wins, the two party 'uniparty' wins. They don't really care which side wins, as they know they'll likely be back in power next election cycle, as there is no alternative allowed. It is a totally absurd system that makes a mockery of our being a 'republic'.

    And it also keeps the American people deeply divided. Issues are split neatly so that a roughly 50-50 power balance is maintained. Both parties want to maintain the division, as that keeps any real change from taking place. So they'll flip flop on some issues to ensure that roughly half of America is frothing at the mouth to defeat the other half no matter what. That keeps anyone from getting too invested in 'looking behind the curtain' to see who is really in charge. It sure isn't the American people.
     
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    If I answer truthfully does it mean I'm a white supremacist?
     
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    No. Federal government, regardless of the party in power, is the greatest enemy of the U.S. and the American way of life.
     
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    Years ago when I was on the left I would have said we need to pool our resources for
    things like aircraft carriers and such to defend ourselves.

    But aircraft carriers don't defend us, and we discovered on 9/11 that the Dept of Defense
    had no direct responsibility for defense at all.

    And now I recognize that a militia supported by gifts would do a better job of defending
    this country from being over run than the whole D### government does.
     
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    The U.S. military is banned by law from operating in the U.S. The law is called posse comitatis. If military were to be used against terrorists in the U.S. then that military would be National Guard.

    We do have private armies in the U.S. They hire themselves out to governments, including our own, to support military operations overseas. Federal government calls them contractors. They can't nor would we want them to operate in the U.S. The U.S. military hasn't defended the U.S. from a military threat since WWII when we were attacked by Japan. Oddly we use it to defend other countries. They say it is to defend the freedom of Americans but actually it hurts freedom because of the spending.

    In my view the two major things that make federal government a national enemy are overspending to a degree that it hurts the currency and the standard of living and the actions that replace freedom with safety. Both of these things are existential threats that are more serious than what China represents. Don't get me wrong. China is a threat but it is in second place.
     
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    It would be nice if the Department of Defense could do something to defend
    the country, but I guess by law it isn't allowed to.

    It gives people a false sense of security to spent a trillion dollars on defense
    when it isn't for defense, but for stirring up trouble with other countries.
     
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    The voters should tell the government that they don't support being the planetary police force. Demand that they bring the military home and cut it down to a reasonable size that is appropriate for actually defending the nation. I was in the military in the 1960's. I defended someone else's country. It made no sense to me at the time nor does it today.
     
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    What Biden and his team have already done is appalling.......

    but they seem to have something far worse planned for the not too distant future?!


    Fox News: “This is a deeply troubling development.”

    Biden Orders US Dollar Replaced with Trackable “Spyware” Version
    Former Advisor to Pentagon and CIA:
    "Your life savings and freedoms are at immediate risk. Do THIS today..."



    Jim Rickards
     
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    I answered “yes.” This country has had external enemies throughout its history. The big problem now is that the rot and the enemies are now actively undermining us from within. Instead of defending the country, the Biden puppet regime is welcoming the criminals, the terrorists, and the generally disruptive and unproductive elements into our society with no vetting.

    Furthermore , the Biden puppet regime is incompetent. You can run down the list of Biden’s cabinet and advisors. The best of them are mediocre. The worst are useless, subversive or into government service for personal gain.
     
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    AND......

    THE PAPER TRAIL OF THE MONEY TRANSFERS HAS OFF THE SCALE INTERESTING IMPLICATIONS.........

    THIS IS JUST ONE EXAMPLE FROM ONE POSSIBLE ANGLE......

     

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