The Truth Behind Trump’s Extreme Vetting: Understanding who the enemy is–some of them were protesting

You can see the idiots responsible for the terrorist acts we’ve seen in America over the last couple of years by the protesters at the airports reacting to President Trump’s ban on immigrants from countries designated for extreme vetting—places like Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya—all countries that have elements of Islamic terrorism running loose within them who have declared war on the United States.  President Trump is not obligated under the Constitution in any way to allow a transgender woman from Iran to achieve her dream of living in a free society.  We have a front door immigration process, which can sometimes take many years to achieve—but there is a process.  If they want to come to America, they have to take those steps and they will be welcomed. But if they plan to come to the states illegally, they have no rights, and if they are coming from a country that is at war with America, then they deserve—and should expect—to endure extra scrutiny.  Why is that so hard to understand?

Yet the protests over the weekend at American airports, particularly JFK in New York and Boston Logan led by none other than “Pocahontas” Warren the fingerprints of George Soros were easy to spot.  The global open border people created through the various Soros founded organizations couldn’t help but show their cards out in the open making it easy to see who in our society is who.  They attempted to make it look like the extreme vetting from risky countries was unfair, but in reality it’s a basic security practice.

I remember the lessons well that we should have learned after the Boston Marathon bombings.  The terrorist brothers in that case who conducted the bombings were radicalized overseas and were being tracked, but because of our open border trajectory in America, law enforcement was afraid to act on their suspicions which turned out to be detrimental.  We went through the same internal scrutiny with 9/11, there were risky people in our country learning to fly planes but not to land them from places like Saudi Arabia—and our inaction on security allowed them to commit an act of terror in New York City that killed many thousands of people.  As a byproduct we created the TSA and now every American who flies goes through undignified security measures as a reaction even though most of us are not even remotely thinking of committing any terrorist activity.  But the concern then and now was that we didn’t want people from the countries of the terrorists to feel like we were signaling them out. That certainly hasn’t been fair to the rest of Americans who travel and happen to be white people from Ohio.

We’re not all one world and we aren’t all one people.  We are Americans and if there are people who want to become “Americans” then there are rules to follow, and if they come from dangerous places—they should expect to be more scrutinized.  The seven countries listed in Donald Trump’s executive order were designated on current intelligence risks based on the conditions of the world today.  If countries need to be added, that would be determined by the evolution of terrorist activity around the world.  But we cannot allow terrorists to come to the United States and to run buses into our people on crowded city streets or to attack our infrastructure without taking proactive measures considering what has been going on in Europe which has been loose on vetting—and they’ve paid for it.

Donald Trump is working on a plan to eradicate ISIS from the face of the earth so in the coming months ISIS will be looking to strike back at our homeland, so before action can take place, we must secure our borders in ways that people have not seen in their lifetimes, because for some reason they were taught that such days were behind us.  Well, we are at war and have been for some time.  It’s not something that has happened under Trump.  He was elected to end these problems which were largely caused by people outside of our county.

The biggest threat to America has not been Russia wanting to manipulate our elections—it has been supporters of this borderless world concept using money funneled through our media—movies, music, magazines, television, etc., who have always had in their mind an eradication of American sovereignty.  It’s not a conspiracy theory to say that the Hungarian investor George Soros and many like him have been working as insurgents against the American way of life with a liberal sympathy that has always been clearly European.  They worked against all of us not with troops on the ground like was done in the traditional ways of conflict, instead they pour money into the liberalized Hollywood propaganda machine and many television producers hungry for funding for their projects take the money—so they bend their projects to the liberalism of Soros and his friends to get it.  The result is that MTV is no longer about music—it’s about advancing liberal platform concerns—open borders, transgender acceptance, and hatred of capitalism—the economic means of production in America.  That’s a known fact, nothing conspiratorial about it.

And that’s who was protesting at the airports in reaction to President Trump’s executive orders.  It wasn’t normal people; it was human drones created by the manipulation of foreign governments through liberal billionaire activists who put them there, just like the same was done with the communist women’s march in Washington D.C. last weekend.  Those protesters are the same type of knuckle dragging losers who do the work of the established order that has been committed to open borders around the world for decades, and their campaign is not one of compassion-but one of a military campaign to invoke financial collapse for the benefit of starting everything over under the United Nations equally—at American expense clearly.

In this last American election we turned away from that open border war with Donald Trump, and he is doing the job we sent him to do—which is to send our own version of a billionaire to protect the White House from the likes of George Soros.  The U.S. Constitution is not a treaty with the world and to join that club, there are methods, and many people do it, and they turn out to be some of America’s best and brightest—and they appreciate their citizenship because they had to work so hard to get it.  You can’t cheapen it by just letting people stop by and shack up with people then acquiring all the rights of American citizens without the work.  So the protesters are completely wrong in their assertions.  Additionally, they are aiding the enemy because they are standing in the way of our proper vetting of possible insurgents from war-torn countries who try to hide in the chaos of compassion to bring harm to us while we are pounding ISIS back into Stone Age where they belong.

America does the world a tremendous service just by existing.  When we destroy ISIS there are many people in those countries who will benefit.  And if they want to come to America to pursue the American Dream, then they are free to get in line like everyone else.  At least there is a line to get into.  But the open border people protesting at these airports against Trump are working on behalf of the enemy.  They aren’t acting out of compassion for the individuals stuck behind extreme vetting—they are acting to end American sovereignty by overloading the immigration system with people around the world fleeing war.  Remember—and again this isn’t a conspiracy—its actually notably part of what the Skull and Bones Society learns at Yale—war is what moves the world and the politics that controls it.  These wars around the war aren’t just because of differences of opinion, they are most of the time started to move people from one place to another like chess pieces.  Trump has put a stop to it and those playing against us don’t like it.  But that’s why we put Trump in the White House, and once he defeats ISIS—the people behind the wars will be exposed—and honestly, they are scared.  So they hide behind these mobs and blame everyone on compassion—but none of this is about any of that.  It’s about war, and we are at war in various degrees with the countries listed on Trump’s order.  And we have to act accordingly—which we are doing now.  Better late than never—and elections have consequences. This method is far more peaceful than where we were headed with just a few more months of Obama’s open border policies.  So consider what’s happening now to be the most humane option available.

Rich Hoffman

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The Hyperloop Competitions at SpaceX: Let’s make this happen!

Although the political left does not like Donald Trump as president including Elon Musk, (who I think is a wonderful person) I would have never entertained an idea like the Hyperloop before the Trump inauguration.  Now after the first week of Donald Trump’s presidency the Dow closed at over 20,000 for the first time and many big ideas started moving forward, then the wonderful company of SpaceX hosted the Hyperloop competition in Los Angeles at their facility inviting colleges and engineering organizations from around the world to compete with designs of their own fresh perspectives in a very capitalists manner.  The Hyperloop is a radical transportation innovation that is wonderfully revolutionary.  When I was a kid I had something I played with like this design called Rocket Tubes for the Micronaut toy line.  Now under the sponsorship of Elon Musk the reality of Rocket Tubes is coming to life and taking its next evolutionary step.  Prototype designs have been gathered at SpaceX during the weekend of January 28th and 29th to see which works best in head to head competition.  Before Donald Trump’s presidency I couldn’t see any path forward for these liberal leaning dreamers—but under Trump’s presidency and perhaps his daughter Ivanka taking over in the years to come to keep continuity in the White House—Hyperloop as a transportation device may happen on a large continental scale.

http://www.spacex.com/hyperloop

Hyperloop is essentially a large rocket tube that allows passengers to travel at around 1000 miles per hour inside.  That means travel to Disney World in Orlando from Cincinnati would be one hour from a Hyperloop station in theoretical Monroe in the northern suburbs to the Kissimmee station at the gates to the famous theme park.  There are already plans for a Hyperloop line from Columbus, Ohio to Chicago, which would only take 30 minutes of travel time.  There is another proposal for a line from Columbus to Pittsburg in less than 15 minutes.  So for Ohio residents wanting to attend a Steelers game, just get on the Hyperloop and you’ll easily be in Pittsburg within 15 minutes. It takes longer to walk across a parking lot once you’ve parked at a stadium.  But first there are thousands upon thousands of engineering feats that have to be invented and that is the purpose of the Hyperloop competitions mentioned at SpaceX. As you are reading this just click the link above and you can see what’s left of them since most of my readers are on the east coast and will still have time to view the last entries of the day at that link.

In my old toy Rocket Tubes there was a large compressor that injected air into the tubes to move a little Micronaut man in a capsule through the tubes on a bed of air.  The compressor filled the tubes with airflow that actually overtook the weight of the capsule holding the man.  I played with that thing for hour and hours year after year.  I think I got the toy around 10 or 11 and it still worked when I got my first car at 16.  I loved it because it appeared to be a vision into a world of tomorrow.  Now the Hyperloop is that next generation of thinking and instead of just using compressed air to create a bed of air to ride on, the vehicles are expounding on the levitation magnets used in other high-speed rail around the world.  But, the Hyperloop technology further utilizes the removal of that air to create a close simulation to the vacuum of space to take away that wall of resistance that would otherwise build up at the front of the vehicle.  That is how the speeds can be so extremely fast.  Inside the car even at such high speeds you could sit as you would a train with a little drink on a table in front of you and watch the world literally go by outside at a 1000 miles an hour—and your drink wouldn’t spill.  Pretty cool.

As I’ve said about the sky car projects that are now becoming a quick reality which will take traffic to the air as opposed to ground congestion through major cities—having a Hyperloop line would be a tremendous asset—particularly for the shipping industry.  It would really benefit DHL, FedX, and Amazon by getting products from the west coast to the east in the same day as opposed to the expense of flying it against the weight restrictions of air travel.  And many of the Hyperloop lines could exist along existing highway routes—that big grassy area that sits between north and southbound lanes, or east and west, could easily hold a Hyperloop line without disturbing property owners with new acquisitions of property to get a nice network across the country within a short period of time—a decade or so.

Around the world I can think of fine examples of how the Eurostar has greatly helped transportation in Europe, which I plan to visit very soon to see for myself.  And then there is the bullet trains in Japan which I have some personal history with.  For instance I was meeting people for dinner recently in Kobe, Japan who were from as far south as Himeji.  I was staying at the Oriental Hotel and was meeting at the Ikuta Road steakhouse for dinner. By highway Himeji was about an hour to the south so I was emailing my guests as they were about to board the bullet train thinking that I’d get to the dinner location way ahead of them–after all I had a driver picking me up as I was heading to the elevator and from there the drive was only about 5 minutes. By the time I made it down to my car, spoke to a few people, drove down all the one way roads to arrive at the steakhouse, my guests were there, very relaxed and unhurried.  Those same people could easily get up to Tokyo for a night out by the same means, the train works very well in Japan—and its fast. I’m not big on big mass transit projects and traditional rail is just too slow and cumbersome.  But when it comes to the examples listed there are times when it’s just the right thing.  The Hyperloop would be the next generation of these transportation systems and could let us take advantage of great distances for further economic expansion.

Before Donald Trump the cost of the Hyperloop would have been prohibitive.  With 20 trillion in national debt and a world spinning out of control economically with China controlling all the chess pieces, there wasn’t much chance of the Hyperloop getting funded in America.  Too much regulation and bureaucratic red tape would have stood in the way.  Its one thing to dream of these things at SpaceX but quite another to get politicians to see the reason to fund it—the political will just hasn’t been there.  For instance, the Eurostar was privately funded, but it is still upside down and shows no sign of recovering the cost because there just isn’t any way to have enough people travel on it per day to justify the enormous cost of digging under the English Channel and building all the infrastructure to make it happen.  It’s a technical marvel—but was entirely too expensive for two economies that have been stagnant for years—the socialist country of France and the heavily restricted economy of England.  But in the United States with a projected economic expansion rate of over 5% with Trump’s policies, there may be a huge chance to pay down our debt, and actually come out ahead for the Hyperloop network in the 2020s—about the time that the engineers from this Hyperloop competition work out all the bugs with technical innovation.  It won’t take long.

My advice to Elon Musk is to drop all the discussion about carbon taxes and environmental thinking when talking to Donald Trump at the White House because that’s not going to happen.  It would also be good to stop complaining about his immigration policies.  The borderless world concept is done in America so if you want people to embrace Tesla, and to give Hyperloop a chance, you have a friendly president to those technologies so long as you don’t use more regulation to move people from oil based vehicles to electric ones.  My next car may be a Tesla and I’m not a green economy advocate. I would just want a Tesla because it most intelligently applies power to the wheels that hit the road as opposed to what’s out there.  I think the Tesla is a wonderful rethinking of the personal car.  I fully support Trump opening up the coal mines and drilling for oil in the United States so that we can have an economic renaissance like the UAE is experiencing with excess cash from their oil industry alone funding exciting new projects.  But I am open to new methods coming along to replace what we’ve had.  I am ready to see a leap in technology from a combustion engine to a Tesla, or from a commuter train to a Hyperloop—so long as what comes next advances our civilization.  The carbon tax issue and other environmental concerns from the political left will work themselves out if we truly move into space as a human race—where there are full cities on Mars within a hundred or so years and the moon becomes a base of operations for deeper space travel.  We can’t restrict ourselves on earth economically, technically, and politically by fighting the wrong battles.  The human race has to leave the earth and these kinds of technologies take us to that point.  So keep the politics out of the Hyperloop and we could very well have them all over the United States over the next thirty years because they make sense.

With that said the Hyperloop races were very inspiring and provided a glimpse into the kind of nation and world we can become.  I know I’m ready for such a world.  I would love to leave for Orlando at 8 AM in the morning after grabbing a quick breakfast at McDonald’s and arriving an hour before Disney World opens so I could take advantage of the early open to pass holders.  After a day of fun I could be back with my family for dinner and never feel like I had just traveled all day needing to recover after sitting for so long.  The Hyperloop would make such a trip as common as driving to the grocery store for milk, and that would greatly expand our internal economic output, and GDP.  For instance it would greatly benefit me professionally to be able to same day ship from California to West Chester, Ohio because often lead times on things I need mostly involve transit times and ridiculous shipping costs by air.  Hyperloop could dramatically reduce those costs—so it’s very exciting.  But first, we have to get through this infancy period with a president who gets it and can sell it to the politicians.  And that’s what Donald Trump can do that others had no chance at before.  So make friends, keep dreaming, and let’s make this happen!

Rich Hoffman

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America is at War with Terrorism: The countries under executive order are those connected to the hostile organizations–don’t forget that

The key to understanding Trump’s immigration executive order was to listen to Kellyanne Conway’s appearance on Fox New with Chris Wallace.  The last part of the interview she really lit up and the villains of America’s restoration toward sanity were wonderfully illustrated.  The “extreme vetting” at this particular time wasn’t just to fix the loose polices of the past—it is to protect us from military activity that is ongoing at this very moment in those mentioned countries and keeping retaliation from sneaking in as a method of revenge.  It’s a proactive measure on the road to eliminating ISIS.  As to the resistance of mainstream politicians, I’ll have a lot more to say about that later.  They are beginning to gas out in Trump’s wake and starting to drag ass.  But what’s important here is what the immigration order means and to understand its timing.

Rich Hoffman

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Rise of the Overman: What makes Donald Trump and how to understand “leadership”

To explain a baffling modern quagmire that seems to  be befuddling most of the world currently we must revert back to a little understood concept about human brain activity and how it learns, to begin to comprehend how an overman has entered the American White House and what impact that will have on future generations.  Notice that the name of this site is Overmanwarrior’s Wisdom—so I obviously lay claim to knowing something about these types of topics—and I actually do, which I practice each day and runs contrary to what many people have learned over 50 to 60 years of their lives combining advanced education exposure to those many years of experience.  They are often befuddled by my concepts of leadership which I developed instinctively, but were later confirmed to me quite scholarly by the fine book by Robert Persig Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance involving the theory of the Metaphysics of Quality.  For more on those definitions CLICK HERE.  But in regard to the present topic of what is happening in the world now that Trump is in the White House read on.

Leadership is not something that can be taught in an academic institution correctly.  When I think of leadership probably the best way to watch it develop was at an old Boy Scout activity I was involved in many years ago called C.O.P.E (challenging outdoor physical experience.)  Today there are leadership conferences that do similar things but for me that was the best I’ve been exposed to because it capped off an unusual childhood that I had around the age of 14 years of age and launched me into my teenage years decades ahead of my peers, it is worth noting here.  At C.O.P.E, myself and several other young people, guys and girls, were invited to participate in what constituted a series of obstacle courses where we had to find a way to utilize teamwork to navigate—like climbing a tall wall without a ladder or backward falling into the arms of other participants from a tall platform forcing us to trust other people—that kind of thing.  But what was intended to be an exercise in developing teamwork under difficult circumstances over an entire weekend in the pouring March rain of Southern Ohio turned out to be a confirmation of the uniqueness of leadership and how it is instilled—or not—in a young mind.

As the weekend progressed I was always the one who led the activities by default and solved the most difficult problems while naturally making other people invest of themselves in the process to feel like they contributed.  And the reason they listened to me—while some of the people were two years older was because I took away the guilt of their lack of leadership—but nurtured their natural inclination to do a good job which was unique to their experience and by the end of the weekend I had all the participants ready to run themselves through a brick wall by my simple request which amazed the event organizers.  My participation caught the eye of the Dan Beard Council Leadership Committee and within a few months I was running for president and had won.  But that lasted exactly one day because a kid was murdered at my school and I was blamed for it—which had some roots in reality.  Politically the Dan Beard Council couldn’t have me at the top of their organization with my name associated with dead kids assassinated by my own personal army of youth dedicated to preserving my name—which was how the newspapers framed the incident. From there I spent the next five years using my unusual leadership ability to wreak havoc among those who dared to know me and at a very young age I had Sharonville judges and the criminal underground listening to me the way the Dan Beard Council had before.  Always there were people willing to associate with the strong and I understood it from a very young age and learned not to abuse it for the benefit of whatever objective needed to be done.

I have since used that ability to do lots of things that people think are impossible which continues to this day.  In my book we are still in the early chapters but it is important to understand that in regard to leadership there is a science to it that is quite obvious.  Those who follow leaders are one type of people and those who naturally take charge of things around them without giving it a second thought are another.  Leadership skills are the most sought after attributes that the world desires.  People around the world value leadership traits in people more than gold and will literally pay anything to be near such people.  As a result of my experiences I live a bit like a hermit keeping my distance because in the past as I was tweaking my own ability I found that the byproduct to people in my wake led to literal insanity, drug addiction, and lots of death because leadership for most people is the strongest kind of drug and people who don’t have that trait desire to be near it often to their own destruction.  So I am very careful with my skills in this area.

Some of what makes young people into leaders is heredity but I am convinced that I could train any young person to be a good natural leader if certain things happened to them during their most conscious years from two years of age until about age 8 or 9. By then the natural inclinations of existence are set and the brain does what it has been programmed to do in the human vessel possessing it—male or female.  And the key ingredient to creating such a person is to not allow their spirit to be conquered in any way during this delicate period.  Babies are amazingly selfish creatures so rather than teaching young people to think of others so early out of the gate, children should be encouraged to continue developing their ability to manipulate the world around them well into those delicate years so that it becomes a natural function of their communication.  By doing this, and not spanking a child for a lack of obedience but instead reasoning with them like they are grown adults forcing them to arise to whatever occasion is being discussed, then their minds will naturally evolve toward leadership ability.  But the key is in not letting their mind, spirit, or body be crushed within their first decade of existence and allowing their ID to come to a nice boil on its own.

Our traditional way of raising children is the opposite, we teach obedience right out of the gate and within a few years our children are nice little dogs who sit, speak, and beg for food like a common household pet.  Then we are surprised when they grow up into adults who follow around other people always looking for someone to give them food or tell them to speak—and this is most of our present society.  Obviously Donald Trump was raised in a way where his personal integrity was encouraged and nurtured—which shows.   He is a completely unconquered human being who has never felt the sting of an ass kicking—which is a great thing for the formation of leadership.  When someone looks at another person and thinks—“they need their ass kicked,” or “they think their shit doesn’t stink,” what they are really saying is that they think such people need to be destroyed so that they can have the illusion of  equality as defined by modern society.  But it is precisely the lack of those elements in a child’s life that make them into great leaders later on.  That’s not to say that young people shouldn’t be challenged with great rigor. But it doesn’t mean that whatever is done to the young mind—they should never have their egos crushed by those in position to do so.  An older person should never crush the mind of a younger person just to satisfy the older person’s desire to be in command of another human being.  And leaders should never abuse their relationship with other human beings to satisfy some inner ego boost to their authority.  If leaders are raised correctly, they won’t feel a need for such things.

So in regard to Donald Trump, he clearly has this natural leadership ability and what makes him most unusual is that he has arrived this far in his life as an unconquered person.  That makes him an overman—a more than human participant in the affairs of the world.  If the average experience of a human being is a combination of submission and altruistic compassion—then the overman is one who lives beyond those measures.  What they do my involve compassion and other respectable observations of the human condition the way a human being might not deliberately trample through a flower garden just to destroy the nicely blooming plants that reside there—but there are added layers of value that only a leader at the front of the decision-making Metaphysics of Quality can comprehend.  That much was obvious from the first week of the Donald Trump presidency culminating in the personal White House meeting with Theresa May.  These meetings with world leaders are easy for Trump because he possesses a natural leadership trait that even those who have similar qualities admire and he uses that for the benefit of all.  Trump has learned over the years to use his ability for good and has mastered it late in life obviously under the careful understanding of a good wife who knows when to yield to it, and when to guide it with her own unique gifts which has made Donald Trump into something very special.  But it’s not what he says that makes him great—it’s what he doesn’t say, or do.

Donald Trump obviously was raised correctly.  His natural leadership was forged with good parenting, obvious genetic gifts intellectually, but carefully nurtured by parents who knew how to be demanding of their children without destroying them in the process by breaking them too early in life.  Donald Trump’s older brother obviously didn’t make it and became a self-destructive person leading to his early death.  But Donald Trump got it early on—and even though he was pushed hard in everything he ever did—he was never deliberately robbed of his natural leadership ability and crushed as a youth with an ass kicking, or an embarrassing public ridicule for which he would never recover.  And what he grew into was something unique and special.  But other young people could grow into the same if only we changed the way we parented children and taught them in schools.  Yet before we do that we have to make a conscious effort as a society to be more than human, and to yearn to be overman in our own way—for the benefit of all the world—by first bending the world to our ID and letting that creative process become something beautiful instead of resented.

Rich Hoffman

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Standing by the Very Good Man, Bruce Jones: Activist women hide behind their gender for political gain

It was disgusting to watch the activist women of West Chester—the same braless bitches and hippie chick levy supporters with my own patented phrase–asses the size of car tires and diamond rings to match—how they came out against the very good man Bruce Jones, the fiscal officer in West Chester for the Board of Trustees.  They do not represent all women, just as the idiots who marched in Washington D.C. over the weekend, and many other progressive cities around the world under the financial backing of George Soros.  They don’t represent normal American people.  It was despicable to see the way they pounced on Bruce Jones and how the media in lock step with them jumped on the band wagon siding with the Democratic Party of Butler County (all two of them) to attempt to silence the speech of a grown man—and seek openly to destroy him professionally and publicly.

I know how Bruce feels—I’ve had the same idiots come after me for similar reasons.  The progressive Democrats in Butler County can’t win on their merit so they have to try to tear down people they see as a challenge.  Even worse, Trustee Lee Wong fanned the flames demanding that Bruce apologize to these obvious leftist radicals who aligned themselves with the likes of Madonna threatening to blow up the White House with her thoughts, and the complete lunatic Ashley Judd.  And Channel 5, 9 and most of the major newspapers in town piled on with the blood lust of zombie fanatics that would have made the Walking Dead proud.  What was Bruce’s crime against these goofy unchained lunatic women hiding their radicalism behind their gender as a shield protecting them from retaliation?  Well, look below for the Facebook exchanges and read for yourself what got Bruce in so much trouble.bruce-jones-2

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When you read what was said to Bruce and how he defended himself the hypocrisy is quite obvious.  Many men are really getting sick of being condemned because they possess testosterone habits and happen to be “white,” and god forbid if they have sizable bank accounts—because in the world of these leftist lunatics such a person is the devil himself.  Bruce was getting sick of being called names just because he exists—the marchers he referred to didn’t just attack Donald Trump—they were attacking masculinity itself.  I know I’m sick of it—I have been for a long time.  And we are told by all these media outlets that we’re just supposed to sit down and shut up while these fat-assed idiots belittle our president whom we worked very hard to get into office to fix all the mistakes they helped create over several decades.  And we are supposed to take it and not fight back in the least.  Yet when we do fight back and treat them equally, the same way we would a man—they play the woman card and hide behind their progressive press like a bunch of cowards—the same way those same women hide behind their children when it’s time for a school levy or a charity event.  I call those types of people latté sipping prostitutes because they sell themselves for a latté in their social circles and have no value for who does what in the real world to start businesses and produce wealth.  They are what is called in the philosophy of Objectivism “second handers” because they leech off the lives of other people for everything in their lives.  And in the case of these particular liberal activists, they hide their neurosis behind the collectivism of womanhood and use progressive politics as a shield against judgment.

This is precisely why I’m not in any kind of elected office, so that I can have the freedom to tell these idiots what a bunch of parasites they are.  If a bunch of women can dress themselves up as vaginas and protest Donald Trump with great fanfare, then they can suffer the ramifications of judgment—because if they really want equality then they can get it right back when they make assess of themselves.  And people like Bruce don’t have to shut their mouths just because the activists are women.  If Bruce thinks the activist are a bunch of insane lunatics—he has a right to say it—because the latté sipping prostitutes certainly don’t hold back their opinions when it comes to men.  And that is something that will change because intolerance works both ways—and radical, leftist, lunatic, latte sipping prostitute, levy supporting women, can’t have it both ways.

Here’s what’s going on, it’s an election year in West Chester and liberal activists are looking for any excuse possible to tear down the strong Republican coalition that exists among the West Chester trustees, Lee Wong excluded.  So progressives assisted by the mainstream media are doing precisely what is happening to Donald Trump nationally, and they are trying anything to be relevant again.  Lee is dreaming of the days when he and Cathy Stoker ran the trustees in West Chester with a liberal fist.  Bruce ran unopposed in the last election and Democrats are hoping to inspire someone to challenge him in the next election.  But what Bruce will learn is what I did years ago when I went through the same thing for much the same reason–that men and women both will thank him at gas pumps, restaurants and stores for holding his ground against these progressive assaults.  Because that’s all that is going on–and you can tell who the enemy is by who came out against him.  He didn’t do anything wrong.  But a lot of people did wrong to him.

Just for the class to understand this is a woman:

These are radical leftist women using their gender as a weapon:

Women need to be celebrated.  Crazy lunatics need to be criticized heavily.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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The West Chester Trustee Meeting of January 24th: Pussies and Snowflakes fall, melt and fade away in just two weeks

As reported, the January 10th Trustee meeting in West Chester where right-to-work proposals were put on the table for discussion turned into a circus as the left leaning socialists in labor unions showed up to protest and Lee Wong made a severe ass of himself with his progressive activism in not closing the meeting because it was out of control.  Two weeks later the world had changed significantly, Donald Trump was inaugurated as president which reset the clock of priorities down the ranks of the Republican Party and many who made assess of themselves during the 10th meeting wanted a chance to show up and articulate themselves better after learning of how foolish they had sounded before.  That set the stage for something which even better illustrated why collective bargaining and unions in general are detrimental to a productive community and a severe hindrance to capitalist enterprise.  Here’s why.

The meeting opened up with the trustees celebrating the police for obvious reasons—but once the meeting went to citizen comments the synopsis of the entire evening was that everyone was a hero—as proposed by the union workers speaking against the right-to-work proposal—and that collective bargaining was the only way to get safety and a good wage in a productive society. It was difficult to watch because the people speaking as well-intentioned as they might have thought they were, just weren’t very smart.  It is sad to see so many grown adults so ignorant on basic economic principles.  Many of them because of their union memberships have had no reason to learn anything over the years.  Their entire life has been essentially hiding in a collective blob where they are assessed by value completely on their radicalized threat of a strike against management which has garnered them enough money to scrape through life from one television program to the next.  It was sad to see so many people who were so treacherously stupid.  But that is their choice—until they ask other people to fund their stupidity.

The word “worker” was used a lot as if collective bargaining was a “worker right” granted from birth. That term as they used it in their union dialogue was defined as such by Karl Marx—it is a phrase advanced by communism, Marxism, and socialism in the same way that Objectivism has been defined by Ayn Ran.  The “worker” as unions use the term, is a tool of extortion that uses “mass collections of people” to invoke fear in “management” to extract rights and wages.  The “worker” under Marxism is nothing more than a terrorist who uses force to extract their negotiated level of fairness.  For instance, the “workers” who represented union interests at the West Chester meeting were not there to tell their story and appeal to the sensibilities of the trustees—they were there to scare the politicians into acting on their behalf by a show of force packing the meeting with as many people in seats as possible.  It was the same George Soros tactic used on the Mall in Washington D.C. with the women’s march that Bruce Jones commented about on his Facebook account which became a point of contention during the same West Chester Trustee meeting. The union members were more polite this time than they had been two weeks prior but their philosophy of collectivism was just as ridiculously apparent.

What the term “worker” means in a capitalist society is measured in value by the equitable amount of work produced. Without work a worker has no value—they are just a person living their individual life.  But when they are designated as a “worker” their value is directly defined by the productive output of their role in that capacity.  A “worker” who sits five hours out of a ten-hour day doing very little is not as valuable as a person who works hard minute by minute over that entire ten-hour period.  So some workers have more value than others—all workers are not equal.  Some are better than others and in the marketplace those who work harder and better than others are rewarded through merit pay.

In the socialist system of the unions there is no reward for being better than another person as a worker so there is no reason to excel at the task which limits the amount of productive output a collection of workers can produce.   Therefor the productive output per capita is much less than the productive output in a merit based system.  When competition is stripped away what is left behind is desire to be better leaving productive output lacking.  From the socialist worker’s point of view this is a good thing because it means a company has to hire more workers to do work—but from the business owners point of view this is detrimental—because it drives up their overhead without giving them productive output to justify the risk they carry employing people. The union people at the West Chester meeting have no idea about these kinds of things because they have been taught incorrectly all their lives to believe something that was essentially a Marxist idea taught in our public education system and they are all too old now to learn something different—so they are at a loss to understand even basic economics—and that was very sad.

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Meanwhile another subtle undercurrent that was very Marxist showed itself in all the speeches of the night were everyone told their little stories of how they are living dangerous lives and had things happen them that tested their faith in other people—most notably from Trustee Lee Wong. His essential message capped off the night with a perfect summary articulated by the union workers—that social media was bad because it challenged the status quo of the orthodox learning they had all built their lives around. He essentially got his ass kicked in Chicago as a young man, was institutionalized in the military for 20 years, and now serves as a trustee with a history of unsaid socialism behind him which he thinks is patriotism.  His philosophy of all people are equal and that everyone needs each other was a learned trait that he has never challenged.  For him as a weakened young lad beat up by bullies in Chicago a drill sergeant was his savior—who stripped away his individuality so that he’d be a good soldier who would die for his country the way all soldiers are taught.  But Lee started off with is ego already destroyed so after his service years there wasn’t much left of the childhood version of himself who used the pronoun “I.” Now as a West Chester trustee he’s left with that broken image which like many people, he seals with collectivist philosophies and hides behind words like “equality,” fairness,” and a call to “civility.”

Lee likely thinks he’s a conservative, but compared to what? Many of the union speakers at the West Chester meeting think also of themselves as conservatives but their essential philosophies about politics were formed around European Marxism and modern-day progressive socialism.  Regardless of their personal ideologies over just two weeks the Republican strategy toward the midterms and eventual 2020 election had changed and the new leader of the party, Donald J. Trump is looking to further smash down the Democratic Blue Wall and union members are part of that platform.  A lot changed over two weeks.  Unions are not the focus of Republican politics as more direct economic matters take the stage for now.  So by the end of the meeting there was a lot more hand holding and campfire singing than I’m comfortable with but it’s important to really understand what’s going on.

Trustee Lee Wong brought up during his little speech a recent report from a Cincinnati beauty salon that Nazi propaganda showed up mysteriously on their printer—and nobody knows where the information came from. I questioned the Channel 5 reporter about the validity of the information and he did get an IT guy on camera to justify why they couldn’t figure out what IP address the information came from.  I have serious doubts that the Nazi letter celebrating Trump’s inauguration came from anybody who supported Trump but likely came from some radical who supported the woman’s march in Washington D.C., or one of the union radicals speaking in West Chester.  We’ve seen their playbook and it is like them to plant false evidence to formulate public opinions.  The timing of the letter is very suspect and if they really wanted to, they could find out who sent it.  Likely they already know, but that didn’t stop Lee from expounding on it to serve the purpose of bringing peace to the West Chester Trustee meeting which he helped to stir up just two weeks ago.  People who spoke against right-to-work in West Chester are the types of people who don’t like that social media competes with media outlets which support their Marxist foundations of thought—so they seek every opportunity to eliminate the kind of division and anxiety that created Donald Trump—because it’s the only way they can survive.

But I can say this, social media is here to stay and as I look out across this chess board at the appeals from those who are political left of me—the check-mate is already obvious. And what created that situation isn’t going to change.  So with all the appeals for peace now that the political left is on the outside looking in—the death blow for the Democratic Party and all the GOP RINOs who entertain with great reverence a return to the good old days of back scratching and boot licking (John McCain, John Kasich, and Lee Wong) are over.  And in spite of what any of these people do, my foot won’t come off the neck of Marxism. Because I hate it in all its forms and I’ll use all forms of communication to eradicate it from the earth.  Peace is for the pussies (as they called themselves) of George Soros media connections.   Lee Wong can join them all he wants with his liberal union friends.  But their version of the world is what caused all the trouble we have to fix now—and I am happy to see their march toward extinction—by their own actions.  To make peace with such people is to open your front door and advertise your residence as a brothel—because the people crying for civility now, and lack of divisions, are the very people who caused all the trouble to begin with—and that won’t be forgotten with appeasement now.  And when they come in your door expecting a brothel you know what they really want—and that isn’t good for the conservative movement to let them have it.  It’s called getting F**ked, and we’ve had enough of that.  Time to enjoy the spoils of victory and for them to rethink their entire lives.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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Donald J. Trump: The Hardest Working Man to Ever Hit Washington D.C.

In case there are people who haven’t figured it out yet, Donald Trump often puts out controversial comments—such as talking about the number of illegal immigrants who voted against him in the popular vote—or discussing that he will send the feds to Chicago if they don’t get their homicide rate down—when he’s really about to do some big thing such as launch construction of the Keystone Pipeline or committing resources to building the border wall between Mexico and the United States, as he did today. He is the absolute opposite of Obama who used to say nice things in public then do bad things behind the scenes with sinister intentions.  Donald Trump says crazy things in public getting everyone to discuss those adolescent topics in a frenzy as he does very carefully planned strategic activity behind the scenes.  What has resulted, and what we can expect going forward, is fury of executive activity that will put to shame any previous president.  What we have now is a president whose primary hobby is working and he’s in a dream land of his own making—he’s retired from private sector life, he has infinite resources to work with virtually, and he literally has a pile of work to do that will never run out. While the press is still stuck on things Trump might have said three days ago or three weeks ago, they miss the details of the latest big action he is now taking daily and not even a multi-station 24 hour a day news cycle can keep up with him.  The Trump administration is running circles around the media and the established politicians and there is absolutely no sign of slowing down.  And Trump is just getting a feel for the job.

I was surprised to learn that I played during 2016 on the Playstation 4 game system 784 hours’ worth of gaming—344 alone on the popular Star Wars game Battlefront. I also read several books in 2016, played with my grandkids a lot—binge watched many Netflix series with my wife—traveled—worked with my many hobbies which included Cowboy Fast Draw.  I didn’t think I played Playstation so much, but as you can see the hours do add up.  The reason all that is remarkable is that I work an average of 12 hours professionally every day, sometimes even on the weekends—and I do quite a lot of work from home.  I’m a very busy person and I squeeze out of every day as much as possible.  I don’t sleep much.  On weekends for instance I get up around 4:30 AM to start my day and I usually don’t go to bed until around 11 PM or even midnight.

I point all that out because honestly I love to work—and I love to play—and my days are full and I get a lot done. With Donald Trump I don’t think he has many hobbies—I don’t think he plays Playstation—or reads many books—but I think he loves to work and is willing to do it 18 to 19 hours a day which adds up to a lot of productive endeavor.  I also think that in the private sector he got bored a lot.  His company started jobs and finished jobs and in between there were things to do, approve and scrutinize plans, zoning problems and other issues.  Occasionally he would be able to attend court and sue somebody or defend a lawsuit against him—but after 30 years of this ebb and flow he was looking for the ultimate challenge since he had mastered all that other stuff—and something where the workload never diminished.  So he ran for president.

Now Donald Trump is in a dream job, he has a good office to work from, resources where the American people have assumed the risk, and he can do what he loves to do most—his ultimate hobby—making deals each hour on the hour if he wants to—and the work never goes away. While some men of 70 might retire to the basement to work on model trains or build ships inside a bottle—Trump just wants to make deals because that is his hobby and it just so happens that being president of the United States requires lots of deal making.  So he’s very happy and truly in his element perhaps for the first time in his life—and he’s done pretty well up to this point.

So here Donald Trump is with a pile of work to do and seven days a week, 24 hours a day to do it, and he’s looking across his desk already in the Oval Office and he sees politicians like Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer winded by the increased activity—and he knows how to play this game with all the joy of a young boy. Only this work needs to be done on behalf of the American people.  He is quite literally catching America up on over 200 years of neglect.  So everyone is happy except for the people who got into politics to have an easy job.

I would dare say that most elected representatives on Capitol Hill only do about 5 hours of work per day and the same holds true for their various staffs. Even with the interns who do most of the bill reading, there are lots of opportunities for leisure, so there are many lost production hours each week that go unfulfilled in Washington D.C.  By the time they arrive at their offices—get their coffee—read a few emails—have a few meetings then take an hour or more for lunch, then return to their offices for whatever they have planned in the afternoon—5 PM comes quickly and everyone goes home uneventfully only to return the next day to do it all over again.  They get used to things taking a long time in Washington D.C. because nobody really expects to ever do anything.  But Trump isn’t like that.  He expects to accomplish things and he expects to do new things the next day.

It will be very interesting to watch how long the media and the politicians will try to keep up with Donald J. Trump. This horse race just started and Trump is already pulling way out in front and he continues to throw things back at his boot lickers and social parasites to divert their attention away to easily digestible topics suited for their limited intellect while he works on his infinite pile of blissful work unencumbered by their lack of understanding.  It is neat to watch for a lot of reasons.  It’s nice to see a president who truly loves to work for one—but it’s nice to see that pile that’s been sitting there for decades of things that needed to be done actually getting attention.  There is no way to know what happens next—but at least work is happening—and that’s always a good thing for a productive country full of people in need of that necessity for output.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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