Monday, April 24, 2017

French Election Results

Macron received 24%, 8,657,326 votes for EMA
Le Pen received 21.3%, 7,679,493 votes for FN, Conserv.
Filton received 20%, 7,213,797 votes for LR, Conservative
Melenchon received 19.6% 7,060,885 for LFI, Socialist
Harmon received 6.4%, 2,291,565 for PS, Socialist
Dupont received 4.7%, 1,695,186 for DLF
Lasalle received 1.2%, 435,365 for R
Poutou received 1.1%, 394,582 for NPA
Asselineau received .9%, 335,588 for UPR
Arthaud received .6%, 232,428 for LO
Cheminade received .2%, 65,598 for SP, Socialist

The run-off between Macron and Le Pen is set for May 7th.

France has a population of 65 million with 88% Catholic and 8% Muslim.  France has 750 “no-go” zones with Sharia law for Muslims.  Leaving the EU would restore French sovereignty, allow them to remove Sharia, end terror attacks and take their country back.

Annual GDP is $2.5 Trillion making France the 6th largest economy.  80% of the French economy is Services, 18% Industry and 2% Agricultural.

France is relatively prosperous with an average income of $42,000 per year, because they host 500 global corporations and headquarters. Exports are $505 Billion and Imports $525 Billion.  The Corporate Tax Rate in France is 34.4%.

Government Debt is 97% of GDP.  Taxes are $1.3 trillion and government spending is 1.5 trillion; that’s 60% of GDP.

The prospect of the US setting the corporate tax rate at 15% could give companies the incentive to move to the US. The current US corporate tax rate is the third highest at 38.9%. The UAE rate is 55.8% and Puerto Rico is 39%. The average corporate tax rate is 22%.

A Le Pen victory in France would be the equivalent of the Trump victory in the US.  If French voters really want to reverse the Muslim Invasion and retake their sovereignty, then Le Pen could win.  If you add up all the socialist leaning political parties that led France into this mess, it’s easy to predict a Macron win.

Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader

Ending the EU

The reason for setting up the EU was to implement UN Agenda 21 in Europe to usurp the sovereignty of member countries.  UN Agenda 21 was based on the global warming hoax and was published in 1992. The EU was pitched as a trade deal that added a common currency and easy cross-border employment.  It went sour when the EU began to dictate their own suicidal policies in member countries. These policies were based on Agenda 21 and required converting to expensive wind and solar energy production. This got too expensive and members stopped being green when their electric bills doubled. 

Excessive government spending used to implement UN Agenda 21 sent sovereign debt to unsustainable levels. Greece missed it’s “mortgage” payments and it looked like Italy, Spain and Ireland were in trouble as well.  The Euro became a problem.

Europeans saw their fishing industries and other industries being closed down by UN control and suffered government abuse inflicted based on political correctness and economy-killing liberal causes.

The global warming hoax that started in 1992 began to unravel in 2011 with no visible signs of warming and evidence of it being a scam.  Australia cancelled their carbon tax.

Global Trade was touted as the future, until it fizzled in 2014. Countries immediately began to pull back and look at their own economies.  Emerging Markets for exports were limited. Consumers in most countries were too poor to buy anything. The few countries with a working economy restricted trade; they wanted to export, but avoided imports.  Free Trade became “unfair trade”.

World economies settled into a slump that ensured that those who had been “emerging” would slow down.  Everybody realized that all economic activity is local.

The last straw was the UN Refugee Resettlement Program that dictated that member countries take millions of Muslim welfare recipients.  They have caused trouble and cost money.  European citizens now wonder why their tax dollars are supporting the terror attacks against them.  Europe is extremely dependent on tourism and terror attacks don’t help increase their tourist population.

The Brexit vote and the Trump election marked the end of UN Agenda 21. It looks like the end of the “new world order”.

Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader

Government Shutdown Scam

Currently, if Congress is unable to pass a budget, a large group of “non-critical” government employees get a paid vacation. 

Democrats will defend their funding of programs to promote the advancement of socialism in the US forever.  They will fight like maniacs to keep the US moving toward Communism to their dying breath. This makes it hard to cut any government spending ever. Democrats want to “fundamentally transform” the US into Venezuela.

Republicans want to cut government spending and expand the private sector economy that actually pays for government. Republicans want a smaller, less intrusive government and want a private sector that is big enough to take care of itself.

Campaign contributors want whatever short term advantage they can get through government legislation. If the voters actually want Congress to work for the people, they need to insist that special interests would be banned from making any campaign contributions.  Voters should be the only ones allowed to make campaign contributions to candidates who would appear on their ballots.  Special interest groups can exercise their free speech on their own websites.

The House is supposed to vote on a budget with a simple majority and send it to the Senate.  The Senate requires 60 votes to pass a budget. If they don’t pass the budget on time, the government shutdown begins and continues until they pass a budget.

Continuing Resolutions simply continue the same spending on the same things at the same rate as the previous budget. These always get approved. The Congress is organized to resist any cuts in government spending.

Trump should be able to cut actual spending using hiring freezes and executive orders like Obama did.  He simply tells his departments to cut.

Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader

US Communist Campuses

Campus Mob Shuts Down #BlackLivesMatter Critic, 4/22/17

(Heather Mac Donald, InsideSources) All who cherish free expression, especially on campuses, must combat the growing zeal for censorship.

Where are the faculty? American college students are increasingly resorting to brute force, and sometimes criminal violence, to shut down ideas that they don’t like. Yet when such travesties occur, the faculty are, with few exceptions, missing in action, though they have themselves been given the extraordinary privilege of tenure to protect their own liberty of thought and speech. It is time for them to take their heads out of the sand.

I was the target of such silencing tactics two days in a row earlier this month, the more serious incident at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California, and a less virulent one at UCLA.

Claremont McKenna had invited me to meet with students and to give a talk about my book, “The War on Cops,” on April 6. Several calls went out on Facebook to “shut down” this “notorious white supremacist fascist Heather Mac Donald.” A Facebook post from “we, students of color at the Claremont Colleges” announced grandiosely that “as a community, we CANNOT and WILL NOT allow fascism to have a platform. We stand against all forms of oppression and we refuse to have Mac Donald speak.”

A Facebook event titled “Shut Down Anti-Black Fascist Heather Mac Donald” and hosted by “Shut Down Anti-Black Fascists” encouraged students to protest the event because “Mac Donald condemns (the) Black Lives Matter movement,” “supports racist police officers” and “supports increasing fascist ‘law and order.’”

When I arrived on campus, I was shuttled to what was in effect a safe house: a guest suite for campus visitors, with blinds drawn. I could hear the growing crowds chanting and drumming, but I could not see the auditorium that the protesters were surrounding. One female voice rose above the chants with particularly shrill hysteria. From the balcony, I saw a petite blonde walk by, her face covered by a Palestinian head scarf and carrying an amplifier on her back for her bullhorn.

Just before 6 p.m., I was fetched by an administrator and a few police officers to take an out-of-the-way elevator into CMC’s Athenaeum. The massive hall, where I was supposed to meet with students for dinner before my talk, was empty — the mob, by then numbering close to 300, had succeeded in preventing anyone from entering. The large plate-glass windows were covered with translucent blinds, so that from the inside one could only see a mass of indistinct bodies pounding on the windows.

The administration had decided that I would live-stream my speech in the vacant room in order to preserve some semblance of the original plan. The podium was moved away from a window so that, as night fell and the lights inside came on, I would not be visible to the agitators outside.

I completed my speech to the accompaniment of chants and banging on the windows. I was able to take two questions from students via live-streaming. But by then, the administrators and police officers in the room, who had spent my talk nervously staring at the windows, decided that things were growing too unruly outside to continue. I was given the cue that the presentation was over. Walkie-talkies were used to coordinate my exit from the Athenaeum’s kitchen to the exact moment that a black, unmarked Claremont Police Department van rolled up. We passed startled students sitting on the stoop outside the kitchen. Before I entered the van, one student came up and thanked me for coming to Claremont. We sped off to the police station.

Last week’s events should be the final wakeup call to the professoriate, coming on the heels of the more dangerous attacks on Charles Murray at Middleburg College and the riots in Berkeley, California, against Milo Yiannapoulos.

When speakers need police escort on and off college campuses, an alarm bell should be going off that something has gone seriously awry. Of course, an ever-growing part of the faculty is the reason that police protection is needed in the first place. Professors in all but the hardest of hard sciences increasingly indoctrinate students in the belief that to be a non-Asian minority or a female in America today is to be the target of nonstop oppression, even, uproariously, if you are among the privileged few to attend a fantastically well-endowed, resource-rich American college.

Those professors also maintain that to challenge that claim of ubiquitous bigotry is to engage in “hate speech,” and that such speech is tantamount to a physical assault on minorities and females. As such, it can rightly be suppressed and punished. To those faculty, I am indeed a fascist, and a white supremacist, with the attendant loss of communication rights.

We are thus cultivating students who lack all understanding of the principles of the American Founding. The mark of any civilization is its commitment to reason and discourse. The great accomplishment of the European enlightenment was to require all forms of authority to justify themselves through rational argument, rather than through coercion or an unadorned appeal to tradition. The resort to brute force in the face of disagreement is particularly disturbing in a university, which should provide a model of civil discourse. But the students currently stewing in delusional resentments and self-pity will eventually graduate, and some will seize levers of power more far-reaching than those they currently wield over toadying campus bureaucrats and spineless faculty. Unless the campus zest for censorship is combated now, what we have always regarded as a precious inheritance could be eroded beyond recognition, and a soft totalitarianism could become the new American norm.

60 Votes Required

Need Republican Senate Seats for Budget

Republicans need an additional 8 Senate seats to pass a budget.  This should happen after the 2018 election.  Democrats will vote down any budget that cuts any of their unconstitutional activities.

Trump needs a 15% corporate tax now. Trump also needs to end all refugee resettlement activities in the US now. Trump also needs to end welfare for all illegal aliens and refugees.  Trump needs to build the border wall and clean up the immigration and visa processes to deport visa overstays. All of this is needed to return jobs to the US.

Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader

Syrian War Spilling over to Golan Heights

BREAKING: Israel Attacked, Warplanes Respond…4/23/17

The Syrian Civil War continues to expand into a full-scale regional conflict. As evidence of this, the Israeli Defense Forces just launched a strike targeting fighters inside of Syrian territory.

On Friday afternoon, Israel struck back after two rockets fired from Syria landed in the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights. On the same day, a mortar strike also fell in Golan. In response, the Israelis struck a military position in Quneitra, via Jerusalem Post.

While Israeli media remains somewhat silent about who caused the first attack, the official agency of Syria, SANA, claims that the Israelis hit a military site under the control of President Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian Arab Army, via Israeli National News.

Further, the SAA asserted that the Israeli strike was an act of “aggression” that only caused “material damage.” This is far from the first time that Israel has become involved in the Syrian Civil War. Tel Aviv, which considers both Assad and his Hezbollah allies as major threats, frequently lobs shells or conducts airstrikes in order to keep Assad from transferring advanced weapon systems to Hezbollah, via i24.

Today, the area around the Golan Heights continues to be a scene of fighting between the Syrian government and various rebel factions, most of which are hardcore Islamists.
Israeli commandos have been caught on camera crossing over into Syria in order to drag the wounded or dying from the battlefield.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Democrats want Communism

This is the Party that advances Statist goals to have government control everything leaving the individual to control nothing. 

This is typical in tyrannical states that adopt socialism and communism.  In the US, government abuse includes unnecessary regulations, suicidal anti-discrimination laws, dangerous political correctness, public school indoctrination and media brainwashing all working in concert to perpetuate this scam.

The Democrat strategy of excessive immigration was adopted to accelerate the socialist phase of this “fundamental transformation”. Increase US real unemployment and weaken the US economy.

Republicans need to pass the corporate tax cut as a stand-alone Bill to get the corporate tax rate down to 15% and eliminate unnecessary loop-holes and offer a 10% tax to repatriate dollars from overseas now. 

Trump should instruct departments to cut spending administratively and ignore the budget.  Republicans could operate without a budget until 2018.

Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader