well the candidate from either party satisfies 7 questions from a
particular group of people will determine who the President of the
United States will be after this election. The winner will be the one
that proves they are the most willing to go to war with Russia and
China after they are elected. Will you do your part and vote for
only thing we need to agree on at this point is 1+1=2. It can’t
vary. The simple logic doesn’t care how it makes you feel. If the
information adds up without any leaps the conclusion presents itself
in the simplest form, 1+1 always =2.
determining factors in the US Presidential election won’t be
decided in Kiev if that’s the direction you think I’m going in.
Rather, along with the super-delegates, there is a secret super-
majority that has existed for the last 40+ years in the USA and this
is the most important election they will ever hijack and decide.
problem with facts is once you know them, you can’t argue with them
group has a 50-year history of deciding elections. Included in that
history are the deaths of over 100,000 Americans and
millions of people in other countries. For them, this is the most
important election of all time. This time, they want to bring the war
over 235 million eligible voters in the US, if you could count on
more than 20 million of them to vote en bloc could you win? What if
they were concentrated around swing cities in swing states
across America? These are the cities with the highest
number of electoral delegates. If any candidate could count on more
than 15% of ballots cast before counting traditional party voters,
could they lose?
makes it clear that 15% of the electorate beyond your party is not
only enough to win a presidential election but supplies a
mandate. But whose mandate in 2016?
easier way to understand this is if your candidate is predicted to
win/lose by +-3-5% points in a given state and I can deliver 7%, am I
really important to you? Or if I can deliver 5-7 states this way, do
you owe me anything?
if “WE” can deliver 15-18 important states this way in your
national election? How about 20 states? Would you go to war for me?
Would you sanction my enemies or at the extreme give me diplomatic
cover if I commit or support genocide in other countries?
Primaries- Where 5-15% Can Turn into 80% of the Vote!
presidential primaries are where it really gets impressive. Why?
No one votes.
This is why candidates start with radical positions that after the
convention “start to drift toward the center.” After all,
they need to talk to the rest of us.
take a look at Iowa. In Iowa, there were 2,403,229 eligible voters
for the 2016 primaries. Only 15% of registered voters showed up at
the polls. That translates to 357,283 voters. Or just enough to make
up a small city.
figure covers both Democrats and Republicans. For either party that
was just a little over 7% of registered voters. Democrats
fielded 171109 votes for
their candidates. Hilary Clinton won with a margin of .29 percent.
With even a small bloc vote the Iowa primary could be turned either
Emigre Super Blocs
CEEC (Central and East European Coalition) represents a combined
group with 22 million bloc voters. As the CEE immigrants came into
the US, they were guided to the cities where they were needed to
build out the power blocs for their representative groups. Most
groups were a government in exile and today are the hand behind their
home country’s government. They lobby for the home country’s
interests to the US government. They also bring in money from the
home countries to influence or outright buy American politicians.
importantly, as governments in exile, they determined the type of
government that would rule their home country. They turned over the
reins of power to the new ex-Soviet bloc countries like Ukraine in
1991. They “advise” the home country, especially on Russia
PAC’s come together to work on problems like immigration quotas or
visas, relations with the US, and business. When it suits their
interests they come together and determine election outcomes and
groups have changed the outcomes of presidential elections both
separately and working together for the past 50 years.
the Emigres Want In 2016
now the CEEC emigres are working together for the last goal all of
them have which is war
with Russia and China.
Their caucuses are traditionally so strong in Congress, it’s
impossible to get elected without CEEC support in major states. And
Congress has been pushing their agenda toward war with Russia since
the days of Joseph McCarthy. Their influence
on eastern European and Russia policy is unchecked.
The time has come.
7 Questions that will determine 15% of the vote and the outcome of
the 2016 US elections
is your position on the current sanctions against Russia?
do you view NATO?s role in countering Russian aggression? What is
your position on maintaining U.S. /NATO equipment and troops
permanently in the CEE region? Please provide specifics.
you favor NATO enlargement to include countries such as Georgia and
is your position on the Visa Waiver Program?s possible expansion to
include other CEE countries, such as Poland?
is your position on U.S. assistance to ensure energy security in the
is your position on the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment
this is about one thing, starting warwith
China. For the last 50 years, the one demand all the emigre
populations have is the destruction of Russia.
to the Independent “Nato risks
a nuclear war with Russia within
a year if it does not increase its defence capabilities in
the Baltic states, one of the alliance’s most senior retired
generals has said.”
Russia isn’t a real threat why do all these countries hate Russia
and foremost is understanding
where the CEE countries are coming from politically.
Each country is a new country that came out of the Habsburg “Spring
of Nations” and are Wilson Doctrine countries. All of these
countries were bordering or close to bordering Imperial Russia, later
the Soviet Union, and today the Russian Federation.
and Fascism were set up as a prophylactic against Russian or Soviet
influence inside each country and the corresponding Diasporas. If you
ask why they hate Russia, you are more than likely going to get an
unintelligible rant instead of a reason. They simply don’t know and
don’t care to look at the history.
&The Polish American Congress
the United States comprise a voting bloc sought
after by both the Democratic and Republican parties. Polish Americans
comprise 3.2% of the United States population but were
estimated at nearly 10% of the overall electorate as
of 2012. The Polish-American population is concentrated in
several swing states that make issues important to
Polish-Americans more likely to be heard by presidential candidates.
According to John Kromkowski, a Catholic University professor
of political science, Polish-Americans make up an “almost
you look at Presidential election results from 1916 to 2012 the
Polish community was only distracted twice. Their choice of candidate
won every other election. They are an archetypical swing vote. They
have been described since the 1950’s as the one emigre group that
could determine a national race on their own. Every
candidate has paid real attention to
this trying to gain their bloc vote. As early as 1960
this included JFK.
community is a tightly knit nationalist enclave and the only way
for Kennedy to beat Nixon was to get the Polish vote and win it in
the electoral count.
this sound like a super bloc vote to you? The last time a candidate
insulted the Polish-Americans, it was the gaff prone Gerald
Ford. Ford, until that moment, had their vote and the election
against Jimmy Carter was almost wrapped up. Despite the fact that the
president of the Polish-American Congress was friends with Ford, the
damage was done too close to the election. The Polish-American bloc
went with Carter.
ask Anne Applebaum, wife of former Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw
Sikorski a staunch Polish Nationalist about how hypocritical we are
to call a democracy, nationalism. “People close to the couple
inspires his foreign policy plans and strategies”
and “Europe’s history, he warned before anyone else, would be
decided in Ukraine.”
the United States, we dislike the word “nationalism” and
so, hypocritically, we call it other things: “American
for example, or a “belief in American greatness.” We also argue
about it as if it were something rational—Mitt Romney wrote a book
that put forth the “case for American greatness”—rather than
acknowledging that nationalism is fundamentally emotional. In truth,
you can’t really make “the case” for nationalism; you can only
inculcate it, teach it to children, cultivate it at public
events.” – Anne
the 2016 Super Bloc Vote Creates David vs the Russian Goliath
blocs, smoting blocs, who gives a damn? I got bloc’d in
traffic the other day! This is America and everybody has a “voting
bloc!” What ya’ didn’t know they’re on sale at Walmart? Two
for a dolla’.
I get it. Voting blocs are part of the American experience. What you
may not get is that we are discussing two entirely different things.
we look at American bloc voting it has been issue oriented about
American civil rights, immigration, and American life. These are
American issues brought front and center by American people, to be
decided by and for American people.
represent what is purported to be the largest voting blocs in America
today and yet, “Arab Americans make up about one
percent of the US population,
but many live in the swing states that could decide the White House
race.” What’s really weird about this election is that Arab
Americans are predominately Christian and traditionally voted
Republican- oopsie Mr. Trump.
different about the voting blocs I am describing is they could care
less about American democracy or civil rights. They were the
constituency of governments in exile that served Nazi Germany in
WWII. They are still ultra-nationalist politically and serve the
foreign governments they set up when the Soviet Union collapsed.
they were “democratic” would it be reasonable to assume the
countries they set up or helped set up and support would be
democratic too? Their impulse to support nationalist countries
is so overwhelming for them they could give a damn when Americans
lose their lives in wars they start for their foreign governments…so
short examples of this are the Polish presidential election of 2015,
Ukrainian-American perceptions about themselves, the actual reason we
fought the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and the elections of Richard
Nixon and Ronald Reagan. People self-describe themselves clearly in
about Holocaust denial? Shown
earlier, Polish-Americans make up 10% of America’s electorate on
their own. In America, Polish-Americans that voted for Duda
traditionally prefer to vote for the Democratic ticket.
February 2015 I wrote an article about the illegality
supplying weapons to
volunteer groups in Ukraine that were systematically killing
civilians. Even though they openly stated at the time that funding
was going for weapons, knew they were openly breaking Federal Law,
the practice continues.
Ukrainian Diaspora even acknowledged that this is illegal in their
own publication linked below. “Supplies are
all nonlethal equipment, as sending weapons would be
has been going on for the entire war in Ukraine, from Maidan onward.
Open calls for weapons donation funding became common in American
do they self-identify? Did Adolf Hitler call himself a Nazi? Would
Adolf Hitler be happy if you called him a Nazi to his face? Or was it
how his enemy identified him? Are these Ukrainian-Americans
Republican, Democrats, or Independents? Or Nazi? Do they believe in
Democracy for Ukraine? For America?
the U.S., he had made a connection with Ivanka Zajac, 62,
a nurse who is the president of the New York branch of the Ukrainian
Congress Committee of America, an organization that represents
all Ukrainians in the U.S. and one that is lobbying Congress to
pass a law authorizing the supply of weapons to Ukraine from the
U.S…Zajac is in some ways the archetype of an Ukrainian
of her position she is naturally at the top of the food
chain in the CEE organizing over 20 million election votes. But
wait, how does America’s home grown voter blocs compare
with them? Its a natural question. They
natural outgrowth of the CEEC has been the Asian-American and Central
American emigre blocs. From the 1950’s through the 80’s these
countries rose and fell in election cycle importance through the
Ukrainian nationalist World Anti-Communist League (WACL). For
the American-Asian this culminated in 1972 when Richard
Nixon was running for reelection.
was elected in 1968 with the 4th largest margin in election
history. In 1972 his greatest fear was Chiang Kai-shek, the
president of Taiwan destroying his presidency
and electability through the Asian-American emigres
relationship to the CEE emigres. How
could this happen? It
was the CEE bloc vote to begin with that got him elected by that
margin. The Asian-Americans by themselves were less than 1% of the
begs the question- Can a group without even enough of a population to
count as a bloc be a bloc to reckon with today?
answer came in 1980. They can if they become a cause celeb! The
election of Ronald Reagan was due to pro-Contra CEE group funding.
The entire Iran-Contra mess was initially put together by the CEE
groups leader Yaroslav Stetsko, leader of the Ukrainian emigres.
Stetsko’s WACL had 2 member states fund Ronald Reagan’s primary
campaign and then they (CEE) funded and organized it with him all the
way to victory.
the same for the Baltic states today. They are politically important
because of the cause celeb. They are made out to be David against
CEEC believes it is time to establish permanent NATO bases in
the Alliance’s eastern member states, since any objection
has been removed by Russia’s war on Ukraine…In the face of
Russia’s aggressive actions NATO …In 2014, the Russian Federation
forcibly annexed Crimea …Russia’s war on Ukraine and continued
escalation of armed conflict threatens both Ukraina’s independence
and the welfare of tens of millions of Europeans. A strong,
coordinated military force is essential to stop Russia as it
continues to destabilize its neighbors and disrespect international
rules. ..Russia’s intimidation of the Baltic countries must cease.
the establishment of permanent NATO bases in
these front-line countries to assure their security. Bases currently
used by NATO for training and supply purposes in Central Europe
should be made permanent and re-focused to territorial defense;
Kremlin’s propaganda campaign justifies its aggression by
claiming that NATO has broken its promises to not pursue enlargement
and is in the process of aggressively encircling Russia. This
therefore poses a serious threat that Russia is justified in
defending in the interest of its citizens…the panelists agreed that
the West needs to push back in the face of Russia’s
disregard of national sovereignty and territorial
for pound the vote from the Baltic’s is symbolic, but their
influence on Russia policy is huge. The emigre influence is so great
in the Baltic States some have gone over and served as Presidents.
Can you imagine being so dedicated to “freeing the old country”
as an American, you
decide to take over the
What started as anti-communist showed its true light when the “wall”
came down. Russia was the new old enemy. American and other emigre
populations were the true citizens of those countries.
this light, Estonia still hasn’t ratified a border with Russia in
all these years. What would be the reason why?
to Russian analysts,
they need to wage one more little victorious war in order to keep the
euphoria alive — or carry out some sort of foreign policy operation
and make Russia’s situation in the international arena even more
complex in order to show voters that they really are under siege,”
said the center’s director. “An unratified border treaty with
Estonia may play some kind of role in such a combination which we are
yet unable to picture.”
the possibility of war is not as far-fetched as one would like it to
be, it would not work to Ukraine’s disadvantage. Indeed, the
emergence of a genuinely hostile Russia would translate into
Ukraine’s rapid integration into European economic and security
structures and its concomitant transformation into a client state of
the United States. As an East European version of South Korea,
Ukraine would become the recipient of large-scale Western–in
particular, American–military and economic assistance that would
guarantee its stability,if not its prosperity…. Russia’s
aggressiveness, therefore, could be Ukraine’s salvation . ”
[See Alexander J. Motyl, “Will Ukraine Survive 1994?” in the
Harriman Institute Forum, Vol. 7, No. 5 (January 1994), p. 4.]
unratified border serves as a friction point to start a war Estonia
cannot fight. Help us NATO!Which candidate do the Baltic states and
emigres support for president?
of her “hawkish” approach towards Russia,
she would most likely step up the rhetoric against the country when
in the Oval Office. This would work well for the Baltics,
especially Lithuania,” the analyst underlines. “She is kind
of a bellicose person. Hillary Clinton supported the war in Iraq and
wanted US intervention in Libya.”
plus one equals two.
response to all this is amazing and not something you see much of in
today’s world. It’s the kind of statement governments across the
world should take note of when they claim the high ground.
World War II we tried to impose on many Eastern European nations our
model of development and we did it through force. We must acknowledge
that. There’s nothing good in it, it still affects us today…The
Americans are doing something like that now, trying to impose their
model on virtually the entire world. They will fail too.”- Vladimir
Putin, 2015 Q&A
started to wonder if the high degree of propaganda in the US is to
keep you in line or keep them in line. As we all found out this
primary season your
vote didn’t have enough dollars attached to it to
make a difference. The only way to combat this right now is to get
people to vote. The more people that do, the less effective they are.
Election reform, anyone?
next part is where this article series will liven up. Do you still
doubt the power of the CEEC super bloc? If you do go to the Vietnam
Veterans Memorial “the Wall” and count the names. Does one plus
one equal two?