Obama Backs China’s Growth

(Editor’s Note: For Monster readers that may be wondering where the post on the debt commission’s proposal is; I’m reading it and will have something for you folks soon. At first glance, the commission is once again approaching the problem like doctors treating symptoms with meds instead of finding the underlying root causes of the affliction.)


Stuart Varney interviewed Donald Trump on 11.9.10 about this statement from Obama in regards to China’s growth:

We want China to succeed and prosper…and we are not interested in containing that process.

Spoken by a true globalist that I still believe is campaigning for the SG job at the UN.

Trump: China Will ‘Destroy’ Our Country

The Monster, once again, calls for readers to stop buying merchandise made in China, and if you have not yet watched the amazing, in-depth interview with Catherine Austin Fitts about ‘The Looting Of America‘, better do it now.  It will help you understand the long-term plan that has been in place to bring down America in order to ‘nudge’ global governance into place.

Obama Has Made America Stronger!  Hail Dear Leader!! (AYFKM?)

Obama Has Made America Stronger! Hail Dear Leader!! (AYFKM?)

ARE YOU FREAKIN’ KIDDING ME?

If this statement coming from the White House wasn’t so dangerously insane, I would be laughing my a** off.

What about the European Apology TourWhat about Ft. HoodWhat about the Christmas Bomber?  What about the rest of the bombers lining up to take innocent Americans’ lives?

I FEEL SAFER, DON’T YOU?

How are you sleeping at night?

Obama ‘strengthened America’ in first year: White House

The White House Tuesday argued President Barack Obama’s “steady diplomacy” had made America stronger and renewed its moral authority despite “unprecedented challenges” in his first year in office.

‘Unprecedented challenges’, like being totally ignorant and lacking any experience on any of the major issues, the economy, THE CONSTITUTION?

But the assessment, posted on the White House website, did not dwell on the lack of success garnered by one of Obama’s top priority foreign policy drives, peace moves in the Middle East, and reflected a tougher tone on Iran.

What tougher tone?  ‘Stop, play nice!’?

“A year later, America is stronger because of the president’s leadership,” said Ben Rhodes, deputy national security advisor for strategic communications, in a White House blog post.

“The global economy has been pulled back from the brink of catastrophe. We are responsibly winding down the war in Iraq, and increasing our focus on Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Rhodes argued Obama that had quickly got to work refocusing the fight against Al-Qaeda, restoring US alliances, committing the United States to confronting climate change and nuclear proliferation.

‘Quickly got to work refocusing the fight’ by assessing his own hand-picked general’s report for some 90 days?  AYFKM?

Canada Knew About Rare Flu Before America

UPDATE: New Zealand cases of Swine Flu (not confirmed Mexican Flu) 4/26/09:

I am sure you are curious as to why that is? The exact quote from Mauricio Hernández, deputy minister for disease prevention and health promotion in Mexico’s Federal Department of Health, “The only reason the samples went first to Winnipeg is because the paperwork is easier. We were in a rush,” Hernández said.  Our government at work; aren’t you pleased?  Except this is not the Post Office where mail goes missing, this is the CDC we are putting our faith and trust in to protect us and our children.  Who knew we had one more agency we would have to watchdog?

From The Washington Post:

U.S. Slow to Learn of Mexico Flu

Canadian Officials Knew of Rare Strain Before Americans Did

U.S. public health officials did not know about a growing outbreak of swine flu in Mexico until nearly a week after that country started invoking protective measures, and didn’t learn that the deaths were caused by a rare strain of the influenza until after Canadian officials did.

Whether delayed communication among the countries has had a practical consequence is unknown. However, it seems that U.S. public health officials are still largely in the dark about what’s happening in Mexico two weeks after the outbreak was recognized.

Asked at a news conference yesterday whether the number of swine flu cases found daily in Mexico is increasing — a key determinant in understanding whether an epidemic is spreading — Anne Schuchat, an interim deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said, “I do not know the answer to those questions.”

As of yesterday, U.S. officials had reported 11 domestic cases, none fatal. Last night, Mexican health officials reported more than 1,300 suspected cases and 81 deaths “probably linked to the virus.”

The earliest case found in Mexico was a 39-year-old woman who died April 12 of severe viral pneumonia in San Luis Potosi, a city of about 700,000 in central Mexico.

“That attracted the attention of the epidemiologist there,” said Mauricio Hernández, deputy minister for disease prevention and health promotion in Mexico’s Federal Department of Health.

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