Proportional representation is the cornerstone of all Republics and ensures that the powers of sovereignty are vested in, and exercised by, the people through that very same proportional representation. This differs from the majority representation in a Democracy where a 49% (or less) minority of the population only have rights that are granted to them by the ruling false-majority.
Outside of this fundamental difference a Republic and a Democracy are the same. Simply put, a Republic ensures the sovereign representation of all individual electoral voters while in a Democracy sovereignty is held in the group or elected false-majority which can at times amount to 30% of the electoral voters.
The Trump Doctrine and the Promotion of Free and FAIR Trade
By JC Collins
It would appear that even International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde is picking up on the Trump language and doctrine when she recently stated that “the IMF has always been a supporter of free and fair trade”. This comes as no surprise as the Donald Trump Presidency has in essence hijacked the international process through its strategic take-over of one of the world’s largest economies and contributors to the Funds financing arrangements.
The use of the word “FAIR” alongside “FREE” in the recent references to international trade stems from Trump’s speeches in the primaries and campaign season of 2016. While giving massive rallies across the United States he would express the need for free and fair trade, always with an emphasis on the word “FAIR”.
Facebook is deleting this video in posts and even in private messages between users. I’ll embed it here on my site for as long as YouTube keeps it up. This is important video which our mainstream media will never show us.
The Original “Seven Countries in Five Years” and the Seven Nation Trump Ban
By JC Collins
“Jerusalem’s only rational and historical choice is to link up once more with the Christian community of Lebanon.” – Trump Foreign Policy Advisor Walid Phares writing in a 1997 paper.
Ten days after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 a member of the Joint Staff told General Wesley Clark that the United States was going to take out seven countries in five years. The countries were listed as – Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran. This story and the subsequent history which unfolded are well known to most readers.
It was widely discussed in military and state government circles that Iran was the nation which should be invaded as opposed to Iraq. Regardless the Bush administration decided to attack and invade Iraq and remove Saddam Hussein from power. Nowhere in any action was it suggested that Saudi Arabia should be the target of any military action.