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Trump, Bush and the return of Tony Blair

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    Trump, Bush and the return of Tony Blair(11/23/2016)

    The president election of 2016 is similar to the 2000 one. Both were rigged to escort the puppets of the Feds to take the president seat. I say so because both happened under the term of Democrat's regime and the economy are pretty well too. In 2000, Bill Clinton left with a rare budget surplus for next president. Barak Obama has having a nice employment rate - 5%. There is hardly a reason to change the ruling party. Yet the Feds have other purpose and they control the election, So we saw the controversial events. To create unreasonable victory of the campaign, they had to make it a tied one. Bush won the election on the controversial Florida votes which depended on the decision of Supreme Court. Trump won a controversial election which caused countrywide protests, the Feds later have to say Hillary Clinton won popular votes to comfort people. They manipulate the voting number at their convenience.

    They did so because they had big plan plotted already. The two election also got everything ready for the puppet president to carry out their mission. That is the full control of the Senate and the House. The plan would pass easily in legislative - both controlled by Republican Party. Now we know for Bush's job it was war in Mid-East and 9/11 attack. What will it be for Donald Trump? Here is a news when Trump is interviewing the candidate of his cabinet.

    [quote]Eurosceptics welcome Tony Blair's political comeback and Brexit intervention

    Laura Hughes 21 NOVEMBER 2016

    Tony Blair’s plan to make a comeback to political life by spearheading an anti-Brexit group was last night welcomed by Eurosceptics who said it would increase public support for leaving the EU.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/21/eurosceptics-welcome-tony-blairs-political-comeback-and-brexit-i/

    Tony Blair is notorious for his role in Iraq war. Does this mean there will be another war- on Syria, or on Iran? Or another style of war- to split Euro zone?

    When they say it's those "low educated white people" who lost their jobs voted Trump to his president seat, do you feel the conflict of that this is the time of full employment (5% unemployment rate)?

    Stand high to see these two president elections (2000, 2016) with the return of Tony Blair, you may see how the Feds manipulate the election to chose politicians to control this world.

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    Don't worry Europe never considered Britain part of Europe; they already showed such by not selecting the Euro. Also their measurements as well driving on the wrong side of the road, makes them the odd one, not Europe.

    Their way of governing is just about as weird as here and does not fit Europe either, who's just got parlementary systems which are straight forward and are not tied up with 1800's rules or regulations as in the US and Britain.