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Trump is planning to celebrate 4th of July with tanks and fireworks

President Trump is planning to celebrate 4th of July with tanks and fireworks. The Hate Trump Media Mob call him a Nazi and a Tyrant. They also claim that he like other tyrants like Puting and Kim Jong Un. They say this kind of celebration is unamerican and dangerous.

For other people, this is a rally to freedom and for those who don`t know what freedom is; look at Beijing. Trump`s «Salute to America» will take place Thursday and aims to honor the U.S military. Trump is also planning to give a speech at the Lincoln Memorial. There is no doubt; Trump is the Commander in Chief.

Protesters plan to burn flags and fly a «Trump Baby» balloon.

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The first Democratic presidential debate was crazy and boring

Gutfeld have collected some episodes from the first Dem debates which he and his followers call crazy and boring, and thats no way to live. Sometimes you feel like the first Dem debate was some kind of a Stand-Up comedian show, but it wasnt.

Who expected to hear love weapinized? Williamson was one of the most funny of all the Dems. There are more people speaking Spanish in the U.S than in Spain itself. Speaking Spanish was also very funny. Maybe there is some kind of a Spanish collusion?

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Communism vs Capitalism

Tons of Democrats wants to beat president Donald Trump and be the next president of the United States. The Democrats had the first debate and president Trump calls the first Democratic presidential primary debate «Boring.» And he is not alone.

Ocasio-Cotez says debate reminded her of high school class where some students didnt do their homevork. The Democrats are in real trouble when AOC mocks them all saying «not doing your homework.» Maybe the Russians have hacked NBCs audio feed during the debate, but they acted all like a Comedy Central.

Trump said in an interview thirty years ago that he was tierd of seeing the country being ripped off. It seems like someone have tried to destroy the U.S, but Trump is making it great again. The debate is about two things; Socialism/Communism and Capitalism.

If you ask some capitalists, they will say the debate was scary where the candidates on the stage lurch further towards socialism. A total reworking of the U.S democracy. They were demonizing capitalism. They were demonizing job creators. People on the left side is now too extreme for many.

There is no doubt that capitalism is working. Just look at Cuba or Venezuela. Two extreme socialist/communist countries with one big problem; there is no growth. The debate made Trump a winner because the growth have never been better in the U.S. In other words; Trump`s economy is his strongest card right now.

There are people from Cuba and Venezuela living in the U.S right now and they are very frightened because they know how it is to live in a socialist/communist country. They can see similarities; they promise free stuff for everybody, but they all know that in the end it will be a government takeover, and then it becomes oppression. In other words;

DON`T FEED THE BEAST!

I have written about communist-China for years and what we see in Hong Kong is the same. They demonstrate against the one rule communist party in Beijing. They still want a «one country, two systems» model. They want to be independent and govern themselves.

Former prime minister Margaret Thatcher said in the 80`s in a meeting with communist leader Deng Xiaoping that Hong Kong must be able to retain its way of life, legal system, their economic system, freedom of speech, freedom of press and freedom of association. Freedom of religious worship.

These are fundamental freedoms, Thatcher said.

Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo wanted democracy and freedom but the communist-party in China put him in jail for that. The one-rule communist-party doesn`t care about human rights. Nor do the Godless communists care about christians. Or muslims.

The totalitarian and authoritarian one-rule communist party in Beijing hav built a network of internment camps in Xinjiang where hundreds of thousands of ethnic Uighurs are beleved to have been detained.

Uighur journaist and activist Gulchehra Hoja have warned about the consentration camps in Xinjiang which is similar to Holocoust and crazy things that happened thousands of years ago. It`s all about communist propaganda.

In the camps, they get up at 5 am. They do a lot of learning. They start the day by singing songs for two hours a day. Sometimes three or four hours. The text goes like this: «Without the Communist party, there will be no new China.»

the prisoners watch movies that praise Xi Jinping and also the Communist Party. They would also tell them about religion, saying: «There is no such a thing as religion. Why do you beliee in religion? There is no God. Do you have a Coran at home?»

You will lose your freedom if you feed the beast too much. The government will blow up and be an arrogant intellectual idiot. 30 years ago, the one-rule communist party in China killed its own citizens who wanted democracy and freedom. Communists do not care about the rule of law. There is only one side; their side.

China is a totalitarian and authoritarian police state. They control the people by fear and silencing them all. If you say something about the president, they will put you in jail. If you say something about democracy, they will put you in jail. You have no freedom of speech.

So can be said about Turkey and Erdogan. A Nationalist state which is totalitarian and authoritarian. Erdogan controls the police, military and media. Plenty of journalists in Turekey are put in prison. The economy is a disaster and people in Turkey want a change.

The government is your servant, not your master!

You have lost your freedom if your government treat you like a doormat. This is the point were the government have become a beast. Your enemy. A system against you which is totally wrong and insane because you are paying their wages; tax money.

Some countries in the West have China as a role model and you are hereby warned. The battle is between communists and capitalists. So who are the Americans gonna vote for? So far, I think president Trump is the big winner and the radical socialists are in trouble.

4th of July is approaching and it`s a rally for FREEDOM!

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President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said “He who wins Istanbul, wins Turkey”

Recap Tayyip Erdogan is losing in Istanbul which is jewel in the poitical crown of Turkish politics. Some people in Turkey claim that if you lose Istanbul, your prestige is dented surly. Erdogan founded AKP (Justice and Development Party) in 2001. He is a Turkish politician serving as the 12th and current President of Turkey since 2014, but now he`s struggling.

People in Turkey want a change and they have a good reason for that. First of all because Turkey is in a recession. The Turkish economy shrank by 2,6 percent YoY in the first quarter of 2019, following a 3 percent contraction in the previous period. It was the second straight quarter of GDP decline.

Erdogan served as Prime Minister from 2003 to 2014, but only two years into that era, things was about to change in Turkey. The unemployment rate aveeraged 10,9 percent from 2005 until 2019, reaching an all time high of 14,8 percent in February of 2009 and a record low of 7,3 percent in June of 2012.

People in Turkey aren`t happy with this situation and they speak out loud and clear. They want a new leader. They want a change.

Turkey`s annual inflation rate also fell to 18,71 percent in May 2019 from 19,50 percent in the previous month. High inflation rate near 20 percent with a high unemployment rate is not a good mix, and the cost of living is making it difficult for the people in Turkey.

On top of that, their currency, Lira, have plummeted for years and reached 6,86 in August of 2018. You don`t have to be Einstein to understand the situation for the ordinary people in Turkey right now. All this will have an impact of their trade too.

Turkey`s trade deficit shrank by 55,8 percent to USD 2,98 billion in April this year, from USD 6,71 in the corresponding month of the previous year. Their imports tumbled 15,1 percent and it speaks for itself.

Among trading partners, imports declined primarily from Iran (-37,8 percent), South Korea (-27,8 percent), Germany (-26,5 percent), Italy (-23,6 percent), France (20,3 percent) and China (-18,1 percent) to name a few.

Erdogan`s foreign policy has been described as Neo-Ottoman and has involved attempts to prevent Syrian-kurdish PYD/YPG forces from gaining ground on the Turkish-Syrian border during the Syrian Civil War.

He is coming from an Islamist political background and as a self-described conservative democrat, he has promoted socially conservative and liberal economic policies in his administration.

Islamism can refer to diverse forms of social and political activism advocating that public and political life should be guided by Islamic principles or more specifically to movements which call for full implementation of sharia. It is commonly used interchangably with the terms political islam or islamic fundamentalism.

Turkey is also considered a trasit and temporary asylum area for migrants arriving from countries outside of Europe. Historically, the Ottoman Empire, and the Turkish republic succeeding it, were the primary destination for Muslim refugees from areas conquered, or re-conquered by Christian powers, notably Russia in the Caucasus and Black Sea areas.

Turkey continues to be home to the world`s largest refugee population and close to 4 million refugees came to Turkey by August 2018, according to UNHCR Turkey Factsheet.

Erdogans AK party has governed Istanbul for more than two decades and a loss in Istanbul is very important for the psycological value. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was elected Mayor of Istanbul in 1994, and Turkeys economy is very important for the election. Istanbul is Turkeys largest city and Turkeys commercial hub.

Opposition candidate Ekrem Imamoglu says re-run is «A battle for Democracy.» So says the people in Turkey. The dominance of Turkeys AK party is put to the test in Istanbuls re-run of its mayoral election. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said “He who wins Istanbul, wins Turkey.”

Erdogan`s critics blame him for the economic recession and the vote is seen as a referendum on his policies.

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China has committed to respect Hong Kong`s autonomy until 2047

A few days after the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests in China, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Hong Kong to protest a proposal extradition law. If the bill gets passed, it would allow Chinese authorities to order Hong Kong authorities to arrest and deport suspected criminals to mainland China.

This is a big deall because a lot of so-called «crimes» in mainland China are not crimes in Hong Kong or other free countries. This is crimes like wanting more democracy and rule of law. Liu Xiaobo was a Chinese human rights activist who was sentenced to 11 years in jail.

Liu Xiaobo wanted democracy and he is the founder of the Charter 08 campaign for constitutional reform, but the Communist Party didn`t like that at all. The Catholic bishop died in China after 14 years in prison because of his faith.

Cosmas Shi Enxiang said to have spent half of his 94 years in prison or working in forced labour camps because of his faith. This triggered renewed criticism of the Godless Communist Party`s draconian curtailment of religious freedoms.

This is what British Prime Ministe Margaret Thatcher said in a meeting with Communist leader Deng Xiaoping when they negotiated the terms over Hong Kong to China. They came to this agreement that Britain would give over Hong Kong peacefully to China, under the condition that Hong Kong would be able to retain its way of life, legal system, their economic system, freedom of speech, freedom of press and freedom of association.

These are fundamental freedoms, Thatcher said. Freedom of religious worship. These are fundamental freedoms, and they must continue, she said.

China agreed and said they will let them be independent and govern themselves for 50 years while they kind of adjusted to Chinese rule The system was called «One country, two systems» model and it was kind of unprecedented. And this is why the border between Hong Kong and the rest of China is so weird. It divides China from…..eh…..China. That`s odd.

The border seperates the country into two, but also because it has an expiration date: July 1st, 2047.

Until then, China has promised to stay out and let Hong Kong be highly autnomous. Hence the border. But the government of China doesnt want to wait until 2047. Theyre ready to start erasing this border now.

They want to make Hong Kong a proper part of China and one of the ways theyre doing that is their huge bridge between mainland China and Hong Kong. It is the worlds largest sea crossing bridge and its 55 kilometers. That`s 34 miles. The bridge connects Hong Kong with Macau and mainland China.

But why do Hong Kong have a border with China if they belong to China? We need to look at the history. Britain and China fought a couple of wars over trade in the 1800s and Britain took over Hong Kong as a colony.

At this time, this was a mainly empty rocky group of islands in Southern China. Under British rule, Hong Kongs population and economy exploded and even though Hong Kongs population was mainly made up of immigrants from China, it became a very different society than mainland China which was undergoing a communist revolution.

One of the treaties that China and Britain signed said that Hong Kong would be a British colony for 99 years, which meant that the agreement would officially expire in 1997. Thatcher and Xiaoping had a meeting in the 80`s and called the agreement «One country, two systems.»

The border in Hong Kong became a symbolic of the fact that China was some kind of its own country at the same time. Hong Kong is governed with its own values and its own system that is different than China, that is in opposition to China in some ways.

China has committed to respect Hong Kongs autonomy until 2047, and for the first decade after the handover, they respected that promise. Hong Kong was Chinas most economically productive city. In the early 80s, right before the handover, Hong Kong was more than a quarter of the size of Chinas entire economy. You see why China would agree to these terms. They wante to make Hong Kong happy and economically free. But then things changed.

Shanghai, Chongqing, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen was growing fast and became China`s Mega Cities. These cities eventually eclipsed Hong Kong as the economic powerhouse of China. Shenzhen is the city that shares the border with Hong Kong went from a small fishing village of around 30,000 people to a super productive economic powerhouse of over 10 million in just a few decades.

Hong Kong made about 27% of Chinas GDP in the early 90s but today the number is only 3%. So, Hong Kong, once the economic powerhouse of China and the gateway to the West, became much less economically relevant.

Now, the Chinese government doesnt have the same incentives to respect Hong Kongs autonomy. This is why we see a flood of Chinese influence in Hong Kong. You can see on the news in Hong Kong. The language of the news in Mandarin which is the official language of China.

But in Hong Kong they dont speak Mandaring, they speak Cantonese. Dont they say if you want to kill a city, you kill its language first?

Last time people in Hong Kong protested was in 2014. The Chinese government was trying to control who could run for Hong Kong`s election in an effort to secure a pro-China candidate.

This really tuched a nerve for the locals because this was their democratic process. Something that China promised they would stay out of. So, people immediately took to the streets and protested. The movement at that time was called the «Umbrella movement.»

The Umbrella Movement was a manifestation of this growing Hong Kong identity and the resistance to Chinese government influence. People in Hong Kong see themselves as Hong Kongers and only 18% say they see themselves as Chinese.

People in Hong Kong use to meet in Victoria Park with lights. These candleholders stand as a symbol of the fight for democracy against China`s single party rule. The fight in Tiananmen Square is the same fight we see in Hong Kong today.

They are resisting a powerful China in the struggle for their own democracy and identity. People in Tiananmen Square lost the fight 30 years ago. Who will win in Hong Kong?

This is a big challenge to Hong Kongs leadership. Especially Chief Executive Carrie Lam whos the equivalent of Hong Kongs governor. She defended the Extradition Bill, and thats why she is so unpopular.

«I have not received any instruction or mandate from Beijing to do this bill,» she said live on TV. So, she decided that it is OK that the Communist Party in Beijing run roughshod over Hong Kong`s rule of law? This is why people want her to resign over the bill.

The Communist Party and the Mainstream/state-run Media in China blame on USA, CIA and Foreign forces. They claim «Foreign forces are seizing the opportunity to advance their own strategy to hurt China by trying to create havoc in Hong Kong.» The State-run media doesn`t specifically name who those foreign forces are.

Both, young and old people protested in Hong Kong in 2014 in the Umbrella Movement. The same happened on Sunday. Not only students, but also lawyers and business people were protesting. They did it because it is important for them and for Hong Kong. They don`t want a Godless, Communist one rule party to dictate them. They want freedom and liberty.

This GIANT protest in Hong Kong can change everything.

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