Election Eve with Michael Rivero on the Jim Goddard Show

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Michael Rivero joins Jim Goddard, on the Goddard Report from Vancouver…

Michael’s website: WhatReallyHappened.com 

Republic Broadcasting Network: HERE

One of Trumps rallies yesterday
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  1. Funny how talking heads especially here in Canada talk about how much and what type of change will come from who will be POTUS?

    They say Trump will be much more of a change and have a bigger affect on change with the USA and Canada to name two partners. Clinton will be more status quo. UM NO $HIT SHERLOCK! Any time a nation changes it’s head of government/state especially if it’s a change from one political party to another WILL HAVE CHANGE! Sometimes more change other times less so. Sheesh PM Sunnyways is a big change in one year from our previous PM Dingleberry. THAT’S LIFE!

    Clinton is status quo more or less to Obama (the worst, most mushy, indecisive POTUS in decades), inside the USA and outside. THAT IS WHY MANY AMERICAN’S DO NOT TRUST HER AND HATE HER!

    Trump is at least HONEST and jeez is that not refreshing. He tells it as he sees it and that is a great reason to vote for him. YOU WILL THEN BETTER KNOW WHAT YOU WILL GET!

    Trade between the USA and Canada in fact between the USA and world will go on. All nations want trade with the USA. This talk of how Trump is a protections stuff is tiring! He is all for trade. He is clear in what he feels are lousy trade deals to the USA. When I hear talking heads in Canada for one cry how a Trump Presidency will be bad for Canada’s trade with the USA, I say YOU PROVE HIM RIGHT! Trade deals should be neutral therefore they should not affect one side or the other adversely. They should be transparent, accountable and fair. TWO WAY STREETS as Trump says. If Canadians fear negative affects of Trump either forcing a reopening of NAFTA or the USA abrogating it, well he has a point.

    He seems to be against omnibus trade deals. He has always been clear in all he says, but some people DON’T LISTEN! He wants trade between the USA and the world but not if it robs the USA of wealth and potential along with robbing its of sovereignty as these big deals have and do.

    If his actions may also mean the USA pulls out of WTO ! SO BE IT! Why and where did it say the WTO must remain a part of humanity forever! If say on Jan. 21st. 2017 the USA pulls out of WTO, LIFE WILL GO ON! Trade will continue to go on. Nations will all still line up to trade with the USA as it is still circa 2016/17 the most important nation on Earth.

    If Trump gets NAFTA to be reopened he will get some concessions, but in ‘horse trading’ on renegotiating NAFTA maybe Canada and Mexico will get some too. SO BE IT! We will still trade with the USA as we did long before NAFTA.

    THE FEAR MONGERING IS PATHETIC! Blind globalism is not working for most. Globalism as we see it is crony-capitalism for the elites and biggest corporations which are now fat ‘n lazy and do not want to compete but want to be oligarchs and instill creeping socialism with cultural Marxism for all the rest of us. I say most Americans of most if not all backgrounds and incomes HAVE HAD IT! and so too do most Canadians in they are honest.

    LIFE CHANGES! Nothing man made should be proverbially written forever in stone, not trade deals, not any global organizations such as the UN, WTO, NATO, OECD, BLAH BLAH BLAH!

    Trump may be the elixir this world needs, NOTHING TO FEAR FOLKS! Change via his ideology may be better for us all in the long run.

    Nations freely allowing there people, corporations big and small competing with each other in all ways from the human market place of ideas, to economics, to social structures, to politics, in most if not all ways, will be better and a truer way to global capitalism and democratic values, than in the ways we see now it with, blind cronyism and socialistic globalism.

    D.J.T. FOR THE WIN!

  2. great article “What Hath Trump Wrought”?
    By Patrick J.Buchanan

    “If I don’t win, this will be the greatest waste of time, money and energy in my lifetime,” says Donald Trump.

    Herewith, a dissent. Whatever happens Tuesday, Trump has made history and has forever changed American politics.

    Though a novice in politics, he captured the Party of Lincoln with the largest turnout of primary voters ever, and he has inflicted wounds on the nation’s ruling class from which it may not soon recover.

    Bush I and II, Mitt Romney, the neocons, and the GOP commentariat all denounced Trump as morally and temperamentally unfit. Yet, seven of eight Republicans are voting for Trump, and he drew the largest and most enthusiastic crowds of any GOP nominee.

    Not only did he rout the Republican elites, he ash-canned their agenda and repudiated the wars into which they plunged the country.

    Trump did not create the forces that propelled his candidacy. But he recognized them, tapped into them, and unleashed a gusher of nationalism and populism that will not soon dissipate.

    Whatever happens Tuesday, there is no going back now.

    How could the Republican establishment advance anew the trade and immigration policies that their base has so thunderously rejected?

    How can the GOP establishment credibly claim to speak for a party that spent the last year cheering a candidate who repudiated the last two Republican presidents and the last two Republican nominees?

    Do mainstream Republicans think that should Trump lose a Bush Restoration lies ahead? The dynasty is as dead as the Romanovs.

    The media, whose reputation has sunk to Congressional depths, has also suffered a blow to its credibility.

    Its hatred of Trump has been almost manic, and WikiLeaks revelations of the collusion between major media and Clintonites have convinced skeptics that the system is rigged and the referees of democracy are in the tank.

    But it is the national establishment that has suffered most.

    Read More on link
    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/buchanan/what-hath-trump-wrought/

    Patrick J. Buchanan is a founding editor of The American Conservative and the author of the book The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose From Defeat to Create the New Majority.

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