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The dirt on Ted Cruz
« on: February 17, 2016, 07:26:50 PM »
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  • I now call Ted Cruz the CIA candidate and here's why.

    It bothers me to call him that because after I met him in Denver in 2013 at a press conference after his speech to Western Conservative Conference attendees, I was thoroughly enamored with the man. He seemed a gentleman with a lot of common sense and political insight.

    The other member of Cruz’s family who bothers me is his father, Raphael. I watched with great interest one of his sermons to Evangelical Christians. He is dynamite! I was very impressed with not only his charismatic public speaking talents but with his message. I researched this soon after the 2013 Denver speech because I so liked Ted Cruz. I liked what Raphael Cruz said, not just the way he said it. He words were brimming over with love, respect and enthusiasm for both God and America. That always gets my attention and support.

    But then I found out that after fighting with Fidel Castro against Batista in Cuba, Raphael Cruz came to the U.S. in 1957... but he didn’t bother to become a citizen until shortly before Ted’s campaign for the U.S. Senate. If he really loves the country and thinks it is as fabulous as his enthusiastic words portray, why the 50-year delay in applying for citizenship? That bothered me. It struck me as opportunistic for him to wait until his son decided to run for the U.S. Senate to apply for citizenship. Were they planning a presidential campaign even then?

    As for Ted Cruz, what did I learn about him personally that changed me from liking and respecting him – to see him as Donald Trump says he is: “a liar”? Well, there is plenty about Cruz that bothers me but it’s the Cruz luggage on the bus that I'm disclosing here.

    Let’s start with the Cruz campaign manager, Chad Sweet.

    It is pretty well known that Sweet served as Chief of Staff of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). What is less known is that prior to that position Sweet was an investment banker at two firms: Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. Furthermore, he served in the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA’s) National Clandestine Service.

    That comes directly from Sweet’s own biography statement.

    Then, there’s the Woolsey connection.

    ROBERT JAMES WOOLSEY, part of Cruz’s foreign policy advisory team, was the former Director of the CIA during the Clinton Administration.

    In his book War in a Time of Peace, David Haberstam states that Bill Clinton chose Woolsey for CIA Director because the Clinton campaign courted neoconservatives leading up to the 1992 election. It was part of proving to voters that Clinton’s promise to be tougher on Taiwan, Bosnia, and human rights in China was for real. You remember. That’s when Clinton's policies were being compared to the movie, Wag the Dog, because of Bosnia mistakes.

    Woolsey got the job and became the token neoconservative in the Clinton Cabinet – in the two years he served as CIA Director, Woolsey never had a private meeting with Clinton. Woolsey, A DEMOCRAT, got his BA from Stanford (Phi Beta Kappa), his MA from Oxford University (where he was a Rhodes Scholar – as was Bill Clinton) Woolsey got his law degree at Yale. He was prominent and active in the anti-Vietnam War movement.

    Woolsey was CIA Director when Aldrich Ames was arrested for treason and spying against the United States and was harshly criticized for not giving more attention to the Ames leak within the CIA more quickly. Woolsey was forced to resign as CIA head when he refused to terminate anyone at the CIA for not digging Aldrich Ames out of his treasonous sewer more quickly than was done. He has served on numerous Boards and in advisory roles – and the word “Global” appears in many of the organizations with which he affiliates himself.

    He is only an advisor to Cruz on foreign policy, but Woolsey is clearly a neoconservative Democrat (hawkish on foreign policy but liberal on economic and social issues). Some now equate “hawkish” in the Middle East with “nation building” and “constant ongoing wars” as a means to stimulate America’s economy. Woolsey currently is Chancellor of The Institute of World Politics.

    ELLIOTT ABRAMS is also a member of the Ted Cruz Foreign Policy advisory team.

    Abrams is a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations – he’s a CFR leader. Like Woolsey, Abrams has a colorful past history.

    Various Internet biographical sketches describe Abrams as a key figure in the Reagan administration before being convicted of charges related to Iran-Contra. He was later pardoned but his Iran-Contra involvement is a fact. Many people believe Iran-Contra was a program implemented by Vice President George H. W. Bush, not Reagan. That idea is supported by the admitted involvement of Ollie North who, when things got hot turned on the paper shredders and it is a fact that North was assigned to the Office of the Vice President (Bush), not the President (Reagan).

    Those who are as old as I am remember the appointment of Lawrence Walsh as Independent Counsel to investigate Iran-Contra. Walsh prepared multiple felony counts against Abrams but never indicted him. Abrams worked with Walsh and because of his cooperation he entered a plea agreement of “guilty” to two misdemeanors of withholding information from Congress. He paid a $50 fine, was on probation for two years, and was also sentenced to 100 hours of community service.

    Then we have the guy who sent the message to Iowa voters stating that Dr. Ben Carson was “returning to Florida” with a soft suggestion that those planning to vote for him should vote for Ted Cruz instead.

    DAN P. GABRIEL is a former CIA covert officer. He was with counter-terrorism for 10 years, and is an expert in countering violent extremism, directing counter-insurgency operations, and counter-radicalization theory. He was a senior strategic communications advisor, consultant and strategist to the U.S. Government. He founded a company called Applied Memetics which specializes in “cultural sociosphere.” What is that, you ask? In the real world it’s called propaganda. Gabriel is a propaganda specialist. That’s what he did for the CIA and is very likely what he does for Ted Cruz.

    Is there anything wrong with the above facts? If you are comfortable with a candidate for the Presidency of the United States being surrounded by what most conservatives consider a rogue U.S. Intelligence Agency, the CIA, then it will not impact your voting decision.

    If you are like me and believe if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s probably a duck, you will find someone else to support.

    But, you may suggest, the above comments really are not about Ted Cruz. The comments are about his wife, his father, and those responsible for advising Cruz and for running his campaign.

    Well, you really don’t have to be a duck for my comments to apply. If you see a bunch of ducks walking towards an objective, the chances are strong they are being led by a duck. These guys are a bunch of CIA ducks, Council on Foreign Relations ducks and are men whose feet are firmly buried in the George H.W. Bush CIA history... men who create propaganda of which the old Soviet Union could only dream.

    There are so many red flags about the Cruz candidacy in the above comments it feels like May Day in Moscow.

    A friend of mine from Toronto called this morning. He said Cruz was a concern to him because of his affiliation with dominionism. I decided to find out if this was true or false... and I wanted to know more about what “dominionism” is. It asks an important question: "Does Ted Cruz think he is the Messiah?"

    I would suggest to all evangelical voters who support Senator Cruz because of his obvious Christian roots that they go here and read the very informative article on dominionism. If Senator Cruz and his father, Raphael, are your kind of Christians, fine. The linked article explains that historically dominionism began as an offshoot of Christian Reconstructionism, the sect founded in the 1960s by defender-of-slavery R. J. Rushdoony. Dominionists, the article says, seek to replace secular law with Biblical law.

    Any Christian who believes secular law should be replaced by Biblical law may be a good Christian, but cannot, by definition, be a conservative. The most basic philosophic principle of an American Conservative is a total acceptance of the United States Constitution... very much as Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia (God rest his soul) defined it: Textualism and Originalism. In other words, as it was written by the Founders, meaning what the words meant at the time the Founders wrote them.

    To impose Biblical law on those citizens who do not believe in God would violate their freedom of religion under the First Amendment. Agnosticism and atheism are religious beliefs, too.

    Whether it is the CIA, the CFR, the North American Union, Goldman Sachs and other too big to fail investment banks, the Cruz campaign staff is filled with them. As I said: there are so many red flags here it looks like May Day in Moscow.

    http://www.newswithviews.com/Barnewall/marilyn222.htm
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    The dirt on Ted Cruz
    « Reply #1 on: February 17, 2016, 07:56:18 PM »
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    I now call Ted Cruz the CIA candidate and here's why.

    It bothers me to call him that because after I met him in Denver in 2013 at a press conference after his speech to Western Conservative Conference attendees, I was thoroughly enamored with the man. He seemed a gentleman with a lot of common sense and political insight.

    The other member of Cruz’s family who bothers me is his father, Raphael. I watched with great interest one of his sermons to Evangelical Christians. He is dynamite! I was very impressed with not only his charismatic public speaking talents but with his message. I researched this soon after the 2013 Denver speech because I so liked Ted Cruz. I liked what Raphael Cruz said, not just the way he said it. He words were brimming over with love, respect and enthusiasm for both God and America. That always gets my attention and support.

    But then I found out that after fighting with Fidel Castro against Batista in Cuba, Raphael Cruz came to the U.S. in 1957... but he didn’t bother to become a citizen until shortly before Ted’s campaign for the U.S. Senate. If he really loves the country and thinks it is as fabulous as his enthusiastic words portray, why the 50-year delay in applying for citizenship? That bothered me. It struck me as opportunistic for him to wait until his son decided to run for the U.S. Senate to apply for citizenship. Were they planning a presidential campaign even then?

    As for Ted Cruz, what did I learn about him personally that changed me from liking and respecting him – to see him as Donald Trump says he is: “a liar”? Well, there is plenty about Cruz that bothers me but it’s the Cruz luggage on the bus that I'm disclosing here.

    Let’s start with the Cruz campaign manager, Chad Sweet.

    It is pretty well known that Sweet served as Chief of Staff of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). What is less known is that prior to that position Sweet was an investment banker at two firms: Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. Furthermore, he served in the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA’s) National Clandestine Service.

    That comes directly from Sweet’s own biography statement.

    Then, there’s the Woolsey connection.

    ROBERT JAMES WOOLSEY, part of Cruz’s foreign policy advisory team, was the former Director of the CIA during the Clinton Administration.

    In his book War in a Time of Peace, David Haberstam states that Bill Clinton chose Woolsey for CIA Director because the Clinton campaign courted neoconservatives leading up to the 1992 election. It was part of proving to voters that Clinton’s promise to be tougher on Taiwan, Bosnia, and human rights in China was for real. You remember. That’s when Clinton's policies were being compared to the movie, Wag the Dog, because of Bosnia mistakes.

    Woolsey got the job and became the token neoconservative in the Clinton Cabinet – in the two years he served as CIA Director, Woolsey never had a private meeting with Clinton. Woolsey, A DEMOCRAT, got his BA from Stanford (Phi Beta Kappa), his MA from Oxford University (where he was a Rhodes Scholar – as was Bill Clinton) Woolsey got his law degree at Yale. He was prominent and active in the anti-Vietnam War movement.

    Woolsey was CIA Director when Aldrich Ames was arrested for treason and spying against the United States and was harshly criticized for not giving more attention to the Ames leak within the CIA more quickly. Woolsey was forced to resign as CIA head when he refused to terminate anyone at the CIA for not digging Aldrich Ames out of his treasonous sewer more quickly than was done. He has served on numerous Boards and in advisory roles – and the word “Global” appears in many of the organizations with which he affiliates himself.

    He is only an advisor to Cruz on foreign policy, but Woolsey is clearly a neoconservative Democrat (hawkish on foreign policy but liberal on economic and social issues). Some now equate “hawkish” in the Middle East with “nation building” and “constant ongoing wars” as a means to stimulate America’s economy. Woolsey currently is Chancellor of The Institute of World Politics.

    ELLIOTT ABRAMS is also a member of the Ted Cruz Foreign Policy advisory team.

    Abrams is a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations – he’s a CFR leader. Like Woolsey, Abrams has a colorful past history.

    Various Internet biographical sketches describe Abrams as a key figure in the Reagan administration before being convicted of charges related to Iran-Contra. He was later pardoned but his Iran-Contra involvement is a fact. Many people believe Iran-Contra was a program implemented by Vice President George H. W. Bush, not Reagan. That idea is supported by the admitted involvement of Ollie North who, when things got hot turned on the paper shredders and it is a fact that North was assigned to the Office of the Vice President (Bush), not the President (Reagan).

    Those who are as old as I am remember the appointment of Lawrence Walsh as Independent Counsel to investigate Iran-Contra. Walsh prepared multiple felony counts against Abrams but never indicted him. Abrams worked with Walsh and because of his cooperation he entered a plea agreement of “guilty” to two misdemeanors of withholding information from Congress. He paid a $50 fine, was on probation for two years, and was also sentenced to 100 hours of community service.

    Then we have the guy who sent the message to Iowa voters stating that Dr. Ben Carson was “returning to Florida” with a soft suggestion that those planning to vote for him should vote for Ted Cruz instead.

    DAN P. GABRIEL is a former CIA covert officer. He was with counter-terrorism for 10 years, and is an expert in countering violent extremism, directing counter-insurgency operations, and counter-radicalization theory. He was a senior strategic communications advisor, consultant and strategist to the U.S. Government. He founded a company called Applied Memetics which specializes in “cultural sociosphere.” What is that, you ask? In the real world it’s called propaganda. Gabriel is a propaganda specialist. That’s what he did for the CIA and is very likely what he does for Ted Cruz.

    Is there anything wrong with the above facts? If you are comfortable with a candidate for the Presidency of the United States being surrounded by what most conservatives consider a rogue U.S. Intelligence Agency, the CIA, then it will not impact your voting decision.

    If you are like me and believe if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s probably a duck, you will find someone else to support.

    But, you may suggest, the above comments really are not about Ted Cruz. The comments are about his wife, his father, and those responsible for advising Cruz and for running his campaign.

    Well, you really don’t have to be a duck for my comments to apply. If you see a bunch of ducks walking towards an objective, the chances are strong they are being led by a duck. These guys are a bunch of CIA ducks, Council on Foreign Relations ducks and are men whose feet are firmly buried in the George H.W. Bush CIA history... men who create propaganda of which the old Soviet Union could only dream.

    There are so many red flags about the Cruz candidacy in the above comments it feels like May Day in Moscow.

    A friend of mine from Toronto called this morning. He said Cruz was a concern to him because of his affiliation with dominionism. I decided to find out if this was true or false... and I wanted to know more about what “dominionism” is. It asks an important question: "Does Ted Cruz think he is the Messiah?"

    I would suggest to all evangelical voters who support Senator Cruz because of his obvious Christian roots that they go here and read the very informative article on dominionism. If Senator Cruz and his father, Raphael, are your kind of Christians, fine. The linked article explains that historically dominionism began as an offshoot of Christian Reconstructionism, the sect founded in the 1960s by defender-of-slavery R. J. Rushdoony. Dominionists, the article says, seek to replace secular law with Biblical law.

    Any Christian who believes secular law should be replaced by Biblical law may be a good Christian, but cannot, by definition, be a conservative. The most basic philosophic principle of an American Conservative is a total acceptance of the United States Constitution... very much as Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia (God rest his soul) defined it: Textualism and Originalism. In other words, as it was written by the Founders, meaning what the words meant at the time the Founders wrote them.

    To impose Biblical law on those citizens who do not believe in God would violate their freedom of religion under the First Amendment. Agnosticism and atheism are religious beliefs, too.

    Whether it is the CIA, the CFR, the North American Union, Goldman Sachs and other too big to fail investment banks, the Cruz campaign staff is filled with them. As I said: there are so many red flags here it looks like May Day in Moscow.

    http://www.newswithviews.com/Barnewall/marilyn222.htm


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    The dirt on Ted Cruz
    « Reply #2 on: February 17, 2016, 10:21:30 PM »
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  • Maybe FOX loves him because they have this masonic friendship.
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  • I'm not sure what his father delaying getting citizenship has to do with anything. By way of Puerto Rico, my father's been here for almost 40 years. Still hasn't become a citizen.
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    I'm not sure what his father delaying getting citizenship has to do with anything. By way of Puerto Rico, my father's been here for almost 40 years. Still hasn't become a citizen.


    People from Puerto Rico are Americans.
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  • He moved to Puerto Rico as a youth.
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  • Quote from: Cera (Feb 17, 2016, 7:26 pm)
    I  now call Ted Cruz the CIA candidate and here's why.
    It bothers me to call him that because after I met him in Denver
    in 2013 at a press conference after his speech to Western Conservative Conference attendees, I was thoroughly enamored with the man. He seemed a gentleman with a lot of common sense and political insight.
    [....]

    No, it's not you who are entitled to credit for calling Sen. Cruz that,
    nor do odds seem to favor your having "met him in Denver".
    Instead, it was Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall
    • ,

    who is the real author of the on-line article.

    It seems especially, um, uncharitable to copy-&-paste verbatim the majority of an on-line article that was written by someone else--especially an article that opens with wording in the first person--without even mentioning that real author's name?  Do you really believe that tossing in a URL at the very bottom of a posting gives the real author satisfactory credit for her work?

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  • Quote from: Viva Cristo Rey
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    I'm not sure what his father delaying getting citizenship has to do with anything. By way of Puerto Rico, my father's been here for almost 40 years. Still hasn't become a citizen.


    People from Puerto Rico are Americans.



    Yeah, that's what I was going to say. Hahaha.



    By the way, it looks like someone installed a virus on the page link. Maybe it was CIA Cruz. Or his doppleganger Liar Cruz.
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    The dirt on Ted Cruz
    « Reply #8 on: March 15, 2016, 02:35:18 PM »
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  • Quote from: AlligatorDicax
    Quote from: Cera (Feb 17, 2016, 7:26 pm)
    I  now call Ted Cruz the CIA candidate and here's why.
    It bothers me to call him that because after I met him in Denver
    in 2013 at a press conference after his speech to Western Conservative Conference attendees, I was thoroughly enamored with the man. He seemed a gentleman with a lot of common sense and political insight.
    [....]

    No, it's not you who are entitled to credit for calling Sen. Cruz that,
    nor do odds seem to favor your having "met him in Denver".
    Instead, it was Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall
    • ,

    who is the real author of the on-line article.

    It seems especially, um, uncharitable to copy-&-paste verbatim the majority of an on-line article that was written by someone else--especially an article that opens with wording in the first person--without even mentioning that real author's name?  Do you really believe that tossing in a URL at the very bottom of a posting gives the real author satisfactory credit for her work?

    -------
    Note *: Not to be confused with the salty blogger Ann Barnhardt, who entered Catholicism less than a decade ago as a convert to the Novus Ordo (latter person mentioned for disambiguation only, and not intended to provoke a digression in this existing topic).

    Yes, I should have put the link first. My bad.
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    The dirt on Ted Cruz
    « Reply #9 on: March 16, 2016, 10:59:26 PM »
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  • Ted Cruz goes in all for Monsanto and GMO's. Those that do not consume
    GMO's are unscientific.

    http://www.naturalnews.com/053315_Ted_Cruz_Monsanto_anti-science_zealots.html#

    (NaturalNews) U.S. presidential candidate and Texas senator Ted Cruz went all-in for Monsanto on the campaign trail in Iowa, parroting Monsanto's propaganda by proclaiming that GMOs are feeding the world while insulting health-conscious consumers by equating support of GMO labeling with "anti-science zealotry."

    At the Iowa Agricultural Summit, Cruz revealed that he in effect fully supports the mass poisoning of the American people with hidden (unlabeled) GMOs, cancer-causing glyphosate herbicide, farmer suicides caused by GMO crop failures and the widespread genetic pollution unleashed by genetically modified crops. "[W]e shouldn’t let anti-science zealotry shutdown the ability to produce low-cost quality food for billions across the globe," he stated, invoking a false claim that's actually a widely disproven Monsanto talking point.

    Hilariously, in making that statement, Ted Cruz also implies that he is literate on scientific issues. This alone is highly questionable. He may be a brilliant constitutional scholar and student of the law, but he knows next to nothing about the health effects, environmental impacts and genetic pollution risk of GM crops. He could start by reading Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public.

    For the record, my own book, Food Forensics, comes out this July and also covers GMOs and glyphosate.


    The right to bear arms but not to read accurate food labels
    In choosing Monsanto over the health and food freedom of the American people, Ted Cruz joins Hillary Clinton as a Frankenfood pusher who believes that Americans should not only be fed cancer-causing herbicide chemicals that are being banned all across the globe; he also apparently believes that the American people have no right to know whether they're even eating toxic GMOs.

    Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/053315_Ted_Cruz_Monsanto_anti-science_zealots.html#ixzz4384DDj8y

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  • You can be sure people like Glen Beck eat the very best of non GMO foods.
    Even the employee cafeteria's of Monsanto serve only non GMO foods.
    Because of their lying skills want them to live long lives.


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  • Quote from: RomanCatholic1953
    You can be sure people like Glen Beck eat the very best of non GMO foods.
    Even the employee cafeteria's of Monsanto serve only non GMO foods.
    Because of their lying skills want them to live long lives.


    I read somewhere that the Monsanto scientists have demanded organic produce in Monsanto's employee cafeteria. Now that is ironic. Maybe they know something that we do not.
    Lord have mercy.


     

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