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Forget Haiti’s Zombie Vote: Form Unity Government

Forget Haiti’s Zombie Vote: Form Unity Government

zombie vot Of all the crooked presidential elections that have happened in Haiti since the February 2004 coup against President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the current one is the most blatantly fraudulent. There is no longer any attempt to hide the manipulation. The new attitude is rather that there will be fraud, and it will be flagrant. […]

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Trump Win: Paradigm Shift or Status Quo?

Trump Win: Paradigm Shift or Status Quo?

The accidental president Trump was not supposed to win, it is an anomaly which defied the concerted rigging of the political class at large, Wall Street and the mainstream media sycophants faux journalists of all stripes. As Dady Chery and I wrote back in March 2016 in our laconic essay “Imperial Elections,“ it was her turn. […]

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George Soros: Dystopia’s Minister of Truth

George Soros: Dystopia’s Minister of Truth

“We live in interesting times when protesters act out the tantrum of a super-rich man who did not get his way despite all his money.” Dady Chery Eighty-six-year old Hungarian-American, George Soros, is a very rich man. He currently ranks number 46 in the very exclusive club of richest persons in the world. In 1947, as […]

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Trump Land Shock Wave: Empire Inc on Steroids or Drain the Swamp?

Trump Land Shock Wave: Empire Inc on Steroids or Drain the Swamp?

Donald Trump’s election is viewed by most on the United States’ left coast and worldwide as a regressive historical anomaly. It has left the political class in Washington, and the rest of the world, in a state of shock. The type of nightmarish hangover that a drunk time traveler would get if he was accidentally […]

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Globalist Clinton: Clear and Present Danger to World Peace

Globalist Clinton: Clear and Present Danger to World Peace

Civil war redux? This current United States presidential election cycle is completely out of the ordinary. Even though the division and contentions between Hillary Clinton’s supporters and Donald Trump’s supporters are not policy oriented, like they should be, they are nonetheless extremely vivid in the realm of rage and raw emotions. It appears that most […]

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