Video: Black helicopters, globalists? Trump and the new world order

 
October 16, 2016
Video: Black helicopters, globalists? Trump and the new world order

As the Donald Trump campaign careens from crisis to crisis new dangers to democracy have emerged: first with the casting of his campaign as a civilizational struggle between “globalists” and patriots and most recently with the charge that the election is rigged. Joe Sims, a member of the CPUSA national board looks behind the rhetoric at the class and political forces behind the Trump movement and the fascist danger it represents.

Comments (5)

Norm Bethune | October 18, 2016 at 6:40 PM

Hillary the warmonger Clinton, is far more of a fascist than Trump, and a far greater threat to world peace and the American people than Trump.

    Joe Sims | October 19, 2016 at 5:32 PM

    Couldn’t disagree more. Trump in addition to everything else is unstable. The Clinton foreign policy must be opposed but Trump’s election would represent an existential threat to humanity. Don’t want his finger on the nuclear trigger.

      Mike Jannis | December 11, 2016 at 5:02 AM

      lol typical liberal response, “You cant trust him with the nukes.” Sure but you can trust Hillary with her emails right?? Also, it is not even that easy to just launch a nuclear missile.

queebly | October 18, 2016 at 5:11 PM

Agree.

Simon Herman Quist / H&Q invest part of JP.Morgan Chase | October 17, 2016 at 12:33 PM

Firstly, water, food and clean air are the basic elements of human life and should therefore essentially tax-free.
Second man must be protected from outside influences such as heat, cold and rain. Clothing and housing can provide a solution.
Third, people should be protected from aggression coming from the man himself.

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