Well, if - and that's a big 'if' - the NWO exists - rather, than any non-paranoid examination of the facts shows, a whole BUNCH of DIFFERENT groups with DIFFERENT agendas jockying for position - Trump is obviously part of that 'set.'
It's difficult to think of ANY politician in ANY country who inspires me even with grudging respect - let alone trust.
Trump and Clinton was an even worse 'choice' than Obama and Romney.
If only McCain had won in 2008 a lot of things might have been better. He is one of the few politicians I have a LITTLE respect for - though even he is not as tough and rebellious as he used to be.
McCain was part of the Keating Five, the others were Democrats. Haven't trusted him since. He dumped his first wife when he was released from being a pow because she had been in a disfiguring accident. He's a schmuck both politically and as a human.
His ex wife is very kind in her statement here: Carol insists she remains on good terms with her ex-husband, who agreed as part of their divorce settlement to pay her medical costs for life. ‘I have no bitterness,’
she says. ‘My accident is well recorded. I had 23 operations, I am five inches shorter than I used to be and I was in hospital for six months. It was just awful, but it wasn’t the reason for my divorce.
‘My marriage ended because John McCain didn’t want to be 40, he wanted to be 25. You know that happens...it just does.’
Some of McCain’s acquaintances are less forgiving, however. They portray the politician as a self-centred womaniser who effectively abandoned his crippled wife to ‘play the field’. They accuse him of finally settling on Cindy, a former rodeo beauty queen, for financial reasons.
McCain was then earning little more than £25,000 a year as a naval officer, while his new father-in-law, Jim Hensley, was a multi-millionaire who had impeccable political connections.
Hillary was supposed to complete the TPP deal, which would have allowed corporations to import workers from the third world and pay them the wages they know back home, as long as their room and board were paid for in America.
American workers would have been shut out in their own country for jobs.
If I'd been an American I'd marginally have preferred Trump to Clinton. But that doesn't mean that I don't consider BOTH of them disgraces who should never have got the nomination and NEITHER of whom are worthy to hold high office.
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