Hank Paulson cites Hillary’s globalist platform as reason for endorsement – UN armor vehicles spotted on roads in Virginia

Hillary Clinton Globalist
June 2016 GLOBALIST AGENDA Hank Paulson, George W. Bush’s treasury secretary, who presided over both the meltdown of the U.S. economy and the subsequent bailout of his close friends and associates, has endorsed Hillary Clinton — citing his belief that she’d be more likely to enact globalist policies on trade and immigration as part of the reason for his endorsement. Paulson also posits that Clinton would be more likely to cut Americans’ medicare and social security, which Paulson cites as a top priority following the financial collapse he helped to create.
Paulson is also the former CEO of Goldman Sachs, which has given Hillary Clinton hundreds of thousands of dollars for speeches. According to Politico, Goldman Sachs rewarded Clinton with a total of $675,000 for three paid speeches. “When Hillary Clinton spoke to Goldman Sachs executives and technology titans at a summit in Arizona in October of 2013, she spoke glowingly of the work the bank was doing raising capital and helping create jobs, according to people who saw her remarks,” Politico writes. “She spent no time criticizing Goldman or Wall Street more broadly for its role in the 2008 financial crisis. It was pretty glowing about us,” one attendee told Politico, “She sounded more like a Goldman Sachs managing director.”
In his Friday op-ed in the Washington Post, Paulson writes: When it comes to the presidency, I will not vote for Donald Trump. I will not cast a write-in vote. I’ll be voting for Hillary Clinton, with the hope that she can bring Americans together to do the things necessary to strengthen our economy, our environment and our place in the world. Paulson’s op-ed adopts the similar lecturing tone to what was called “Project Fear” in the UK, in which the Remain campaign recruited executives from multinational firms and establishment politicians to convince the victims of globalization that they had to remain in their current economic structure– or else.

Globalism Resistance

Paulson says that, in his view, the way to strengthen our economy is to push for even more globalist policies on trade. This is precisely what George W. Bush and Bill Clinton did throughout their presidencies. Paulson insists that “it’s wrong to tell the American people” that we achieve economic success by “walling ourselves off from the remaining 7 billion people and the markets they represent”:
GlobalismWe need to welcome rather than shrink from trade and economic competition. Trump calls our current trade deals “disgusting, the absolute worst ever negotiated by any country in the world.” This is simply false. According to the Peterson Institute for International Economics, the average American household income is roughly $10,000 higher because of the postwar expansion of trade. Because of trade, we add jobs and foster innovation and competitiveness. That doesn’t mean that people aren’t losing jobs and suffering in certain industries. However, it is wrong to tell the American people that we can turn back the clock and win, with merely 4 percent of the world’s population, by walling ourselves off from the remaining 7 billion people and the markets they represent. Instead, we need to fix the programs that help U.S. industries and workers transition to new and better jobs. We need better training, new education programs and a more robust safety net. The policies Trump endorses would destroy, not save, U.S. jobs. 
In stark contrast to Trump’s “America first” trade platform, Hillary Clinton has been a vocal champion of the trade globalism that Paulson desires. Clinton supported NAFTA, she supported China’s entrance into the WTO, and she boosted the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement– declaring in 2012 that the “TPP sets the gold standard in trade agreements to open free, transparent, fair trade.” Clinton expressed no concerns about the TPP’s establishment of a global governing commission, which Jeff Sessions has described as a “Pacific Union” similar to a “nascent European Union.” Paulson has similarly been a big supporter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). In a 2015 Wall Street Journal piece, Paulson wrote: “We should reassert our status as a Pacific power, build on the North American Free Trade Agreement to create greater economic integration closer to home and move forward on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.”

In his pro-Clinton op-ed, Paulson decries Trump’s campaign pledge to reclaim national sovereignty and reverse the tide of globalism. Paulson writes: With Donald Trump as the presumptive presidential nominee, we are witnessing a populist hijacking of one of the United States’ great political parties. The GOP, in putting Trump at the top of the ticket, is endorsing a brand of populism rooted in ignorance, prejudice, fear and isolationism. This troubles me deeply as a Republican, but it troubles me even more as an American. Enough is enough. It’s time to put country before party and say it together: Never Trump. Paulson cited his role in George W. Bush’s controversial handling of the economic downturn as giving further credibility to his Clinton endorsement:
I’m not the first Republican to say Trump is a phony and should not be president… But as a former chief executive and treasury secretary, I hope to bring an additional perspective to the discussion… I can’t help but wonder what would have happened if a divisive character such as Trump were president during the 2008 financial crisis, at a time when leadership, compromise and careful analysis were critical. The only reason we avoided another Great Depression was because Republicans and Democrats joined together to vote for the Troubled Asset Relief Program — a vote that they knew would be politically unpopular but in the best interest of our country. Critical to that effort was the leadership of President George W. Bush. As I led Treasury’s efforts to fashion a difficult, imperfect, controversial but essential solution with bipartisan support, I was — and still am — grateful to have had President Bush at the helm.

Globalism Search

While Paulson accuses Trump of “playing to fears and frustrations, pointing fingers at scapegoats and creating boogeymen: blaming the banks, greedy companies or foreigners for our problems,” he makes no mention of how federal immigration policy has impacted American jobs and wages. Since Ted Kennedy’s 1965 immigration rewrite was passed into law, the U.S. has added 59 million immigrants. Since mass migration began in the 1970s, U.S middle class has shrunk ten percentage points, and real average wages are lower today than they were in 1973. Paulson does not make clear why Americans should trust his economic judgment, considering that he failed completely to predict the housing crash over which he presided.  –Breitbart

UN Armor Vehicles

June 24, 2016 – Trouble down the road? What were United Nations riot-control tactical armored vehicles doing in Virginia on Friday? That’s what motorists were left to wonder when they saw UN tactical vehicles — with bulletproof glass — on a flatbed truck and rolling down Interstate 81. Jeff Stern posted several photos of Facebook and added the description, “Can’t begin to tell you how many of these I passed today on 81 near Lexington, VA. Interesting times ahead!”
“Tactical Vehicles, with bullet proof glass? Whatever could those be for, and why are UN vehicles here, in THIS country?!” Fernando Johnson questioned, while Vincent Sammons noted, “They are sealed against gas too.” –The American Mirror

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7 Responses to Hank Paulson cites Hillary’s globalist platform as reason for endorsement – UN armor vehicles spotted on roads in Virginia

  1. Dennis E. says:

    Somebody help me here but wasn’t this guy a leading figure from Goldman Sachs?
    Worked in the treasury department during the 2008 crash? Didn’t time magazine name him as one of the 25 People to Blame for the Financial Crisis?

    Hmm… time to either a goggle or yahoo name search.

    • Utopia: the Collapse says:

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      Yes, to all the above. A former Goldman Sachs CEO – help caused the crash – told Obama the entire system would crash if he didn’t sign the TARP bailout – forced the Too Big to Fail banks to take taxpayers money whether they wanted it or not. 700 billion dollars were allotted to banks. 100 trillion dollars more debt in the world since the bailout – 10 times more derivative bank debt

      http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1877351_1877350_1877341,00.html

      One of the people that nearly destroyed this country and helped sink into $19 trillion dollars in debt, is now the singular authority on how to save it. This is akin to the Captain of the Titanic, Edward John Smith, starting a cruise ship company. Hank Paulson isn’t the devil, but it’s probably fairly safe to say he and Satan are on a first name basis with each other.

  2. Dennis E. says:

    Oh, Brexit may have forced a counter move and there has been stories on the internet regarding
    snap food purchases breakdown for those receiving government aid. Due to the large number that receive government food assistance it has been a concern
    Going to Washington to secure it? They have to come out some time.
    Who knows?

  3. Dennis E. says:

    got it—-Obama Administration and UN Announce Global Police Force to Fight ‘Extremism’ In U.S.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/02/obama-administration

  4. Joseph Sonny Skies says:

    I really do not like when people purposely lie about what others have said by spinning outrageous connotations to quotes of others that they lie about… Controlling immigration is NOT about isolating the USA from the rest of the world. This Paulson character really creeps me out with what he has stated regarding Trump and his ignorance regarding the economic status of many USA citizens. He sounds like he is wooing Hillary to be the VP candidate. Could it really be worth selling your soul for that?

  5. niebo says:

    Oh, dudes, where to begin. How ’bout the first paragraph?

    “. . .citing his belief that she’d be more likely to enact globalist policies on trade and immigration as part of the reason for his endorsement.”

    1) That is, “Because she is willing to sell all of you out, she has my vote.”

    “Paulson also posits that Clinton would be more likely to cut Americans’ medicare and social security. . .”

    2) “Because she will screw people out of the ‘benefits’ which have been confiscated from them throughout their working lives, I am voting for her”

    Paragraph 2 highlights what a shameless a**kisser she is, so it speaks for itself.

    “I’ll be voting for Hillary Clinton, with the hope that she can bring Americans together to do the things necessary to strengthen our economy, our environment and our place in the world.”

    3) “Under Hillary, I expect ‘division’ to evolve into ‘conquer’ so that we, the globalists, may once-and-for-all destroy the notion of ‘American unity’ forever.”

    “. . . The way to strengthen our economy is to push for even more globalist policies on trade.”

    4) “We have already shipped 80 percent of the manufacturing overseas, already, and we, the globalists, are making more money than ever. Who cares if you of your kids have jobs? See number three and read between the lines: We want you broke, starving, dependent, and powerless. That way, you are easier to control.”

    “Trump calls our current trade deals ‘disgusting, the absolute worst ever negotiated by any country in the world.’”

    5) I find it hard to argue with the truth. The TPP, like “Obamacare”, another “deal” negotiated in secret, has worked out so well for everybody, so . . . it must be perfekt.

    O GAWD: “. . . Instead, we need to fix the programs that help U.S. industries and workers transition to new and better jobs. We need better training, new education programs and a more robust safety net. The policies Trump endorses would destroy, not save, U.S. jobs.”

    6) “We have profitted from your bankruptcies, your unemployment, your foreclosures; starve, for all we care; we have had control of your education system since the fifties, and you are STOOPID because we want you to be; I AM LYING TO YOUR FACE AND YOU ARE TOO MUCH OF A FOOL TO RECOGNIZE IT. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!”

    Says Clinton: “TPP sets the gold standard in trade agreements to open free, transparent, fair trade.”

    7) Further proof that every time this woman opens her mouth, she weakens the nation.

    Unbelievable. I got a nosebleed already, so I’m stopping before my head explodes.

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