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PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 10:22 am 
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 11:04 am 
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There are lunatics on both side, stupid coward !
But the worst of them is President of USA now...
Planet Earth agree with me
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Supported by the lunatics who voted him in

Oh BTW...
http://forum.zappa.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=26803&start=13276

Too chicken to even backup your points ?
I knew you were.
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All your blahblahblah... wothless

Oh BTW...once again...
http://forum.zappa.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=26803&start=13276

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 11:25 am 
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Wow. What a lunatic.

This is the type of insanity that you agree with...

Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” psychiatrist Dr. Allen Frances said President Donald Trump “may be responsible for many more million deaths” than Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Mao Zedong.


The psychiatric genius that many mere mortals call "Taint Ripper" has, once again, by directly channelling Sigmund Freud, delivered insights so deep, so wonderful, that we can all but applaud the depth of his analysis.

Flicking through forum personalities like a multifaceted Galacticus, this humble drummer from Philadelphia has the cerebral power to challenge and deconstruct all problems of a psychiatric nature.

Armed only with access to the Washington Examiner, Breitbart, Fox News, the Zappa Forum and over 400 K of shares that he can flop on to the table like his own (reputably) enormous penis, he delivers psychiatric judgements on all and sundry, including "other" psychiatrists, autists, fellow forum members and Trump himself.

He is truly an ANALyst. AND... he's not a doctor.

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 Post subject: Re: TRUMP
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 Post subject: Re: TRUMP
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Some farmers don't think Tump is a "STABLE GENIUS"
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/trump-farmers-trade-china-215419681.html

Maybe God should have chosen another GENIUS ?
:mrgreen: :smoke:

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 Post subject: Re: trump
PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 4:05 pm 
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Taint Ripper wrote:
Totally insane people post here. Nuts.
Disco Boy wrote:
Most people in this thread are mentally ill.
Lumpy Gravy wrote:
both of you are so full of shit, it's coming out of your ears.

but, maybe, one day you will wake up and realize how ignorant you've been all your miserable lives...
Disco Boy wrote:
Look, YOU PIECE OF SHIT, what you don't realize since YOU'RE A COMPLETE MORON, is that you completely fit the typical liberal mold of someone who has NO debating/critical thinking skills and denies ALL of Trump's accomplishments...and then sits there and slings mud acting like none of the above is actually happening, even though it is.

Grow a fucking brain.

that reply of yours, disco boy, was so confused and contradicting in itself, I'm not even offended. :mrgreen:

anyway, fyi; I am not a liberal... :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: TRUMP
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That's a good one !
:mrgreen:
Now, the hardest part... trying to explain it to our zombie friends
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 Post subject: Re: TRUMP
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Trump demoralized at G7. Funny ! Real funny !!!
https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2019/08/25/trump-g7-economy-sotu-kristol-sot-vpx.cnn

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 Post subject: Re: TRUMP
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Trump will have to make a choice
-admit he was wrong with his war trade and maybe save his re-election
-go on with the war trade and risk losing his re-election

Cause so far the "STABLE GENIUS" is not doing America great
https://www.msnbc.com/am-joy/watch/dow-falls-after-trump-orders-u-s-companies-to-abandon-china-67414085784

:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

In the long run, could it lead to major crisis, like in 1929 ?

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 Post subject: Re: TRUMP
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Sometime Trump says something so stupid that I wonder how he do it ?
Another limit breaking record in massive stupidity from an uneducated man.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/aug/26/donald-trump-suggests-nuking-hurricanes-to-stop-them-hitting-america-report

Yeah, let's stop an hurricane by starting a nuclear disaster.
Read about how stupid that idea is
https://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/tcfaq/C5c.html

WOW... And this guy wants a second term. Ans some folks will vote him in for a second term
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 Post subject: Re: TRUMP
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Russia again. Trump's obsession
https://qz.com/1694884/trump-ruins-g7-summit-dinner-by-insisting-group-readmit-russia/

Trump fitness for the job again questioned
https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/25/media/donald-trump-job-fitness-press/index.html

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Trump confuses world leaders


Trump's mixed signals, reversals cloud second day of G-7 summit
Damian Paletta, Josh Dawsey, Toluse Olorunnipa and Michael Birnbaum·13:41, August the 26th, 2019.

A summit of world leaders devolved into a confusing spectacle on Sunday when US President Donald Trump signaled regret for his trade war with China only to have the White House reverse his position hours later.

It was one of numerous surprises on a day when some officials had hoped for clarity or consensus.

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Trump, for the first time, appeared to acknowledge regrets about the direction things had gone in the trade war with China. "Yeah, sure. Why not," he said. "Might as well. I have second thoughts about everything."

Leaders continued squabbling about whether Russian President Vladimir Putin would attend a future meeting, and French officials surprised others by inviting Iran's foreign minister to this seaside town, an unusual move of diplomatic jiujitsu in the tightly-scripted world of international summits.

Leaders who were hoping that global tensions over trade, North Korea and China might be eased on the second day of the Group of Seven summit were disappointed during a whiplash day of mixed signals.

Some European officials said they were beginning to fear that nearly any substantive coordinated work with the United States might be impossible in the Trump era.

Trump has so far done little to publicly inflame tensions with other leaders as he has during past summits, where he has lobbed insults or threatened to withdraw from international organisations.

But on this trip he has also done little to assuage concerns that the United States would continue to act unilaterally, particularly related to tariffs, regardless of the economic impact.

"From the moment we got here, we've been treated beautifully," Trump said during a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before going on to compliment the job being done by French President Emmanuel Macron as host of the summit.

"And I want to congratulate - and I have to say 'thus far,' because we're probably halfway through. But thus far, this has been really a great G-7, and I want to congratulate France and your president because they have really done a great job."

On Sunday morning, during a breakfast with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a reporter asked Trump whether he had "second thoughts" about the recent escalation of his trade war with China.

Trump has tried to cut a trade deal with China for more than a year, but those efforts unravelled recently and both sides ratcheted up attacks last week.

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US President Donald Trump signalled regret for his trade war with China only to have the White House reverse his position hours later.

Trump, for the first time, appeared to acknowledge regrets about the direction things had gone.

"Yeah, sure. Why not," he said. "Might as well. I have second thoughts about everything."

His comments drew international headlines. Several hours later, White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham tried to recast Trump's comments, saying they had been taken out of context.

"The president was asked if he had 'any second thought on escalating the trade war with China.' His answer has been greatly misinterpreted. President Trump responded in the affirmative - because he regrets not raising the tariffs higher," she said in a statement.

Trump's top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, offered a different characterisation later, telling reporters that Trump had difficulty hearing the question.

It was the latest in a swing of reversals from the White House in the past week, over issues such as tax policy, attempting to purchase Greenland and - most notably - China.

Former treasury secretary Lawrence Summers, a veteran of the Clinton and Obama administrations, said the White House's conflicting statements were just the latest in a string of mixed messages that had made it impossible for people to understand its agenda.

"Deeply misguided policy and strategy has been joined for some time by dubious negotiating tactics, with promises not kept and threats not carried out on a regular basis," Summers said in an interview.

"We are at a new stage now with very erratic presidential behaviour and frequent denials of obvious reality. I know of no US historical precedent."

The G-7 summit is an annual gathering of economic powers that is meant to draw leaders together so they can attempt to address global tensions. But the summit has not had success bridging differences during the Trump administration.

At last year's summit, held in Canada, Trump announced that he was withdrawing from a final agreement because he felt insulted by Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau. Also at that summit, Trump tossed two candies in the direction of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, telling her, "Don't say I never give you anything."

In the run-up to this summit, European officials signalled that they planned to tiptoe around Trump and avoid confrontation.

At the Sunday breakfast, Johnson, seen as a key White House ally, was the first leader at the meeting to publicly - although gingerly - question Trump's approach to the trade war with China, which some believe is affecting the global economy.

"Just to register the faint, sheeplike note of our view on the trade war," the British prime minister said, "we're in favour of trade peace on the whole. . . . We think that, on the whole, the UK has profited massively in the last 200 years from free trade."

Later, it was Abe's turn.

A reporter asked Trump whether he was concerned about a recent North Korean missile launch.

"We're in the world of missiles, folks, whether you like it or not," Trump said, adding that he understands why Abe is unhappy with the testing.

Abe made clear that he views North Korea's move as a serious breach of international expectations for the rogue nation.

"Our position is very clear: that the launch of short-range ballistic missiles by North Korea clearly violates the relevant UN Security Council resolutions," he said.

The remarks from foreign leaders didn't appear coordinated, but they did reflect a growing comfort in pushing back - however slightly - in person to a US leader who likes to be feted and praised wherever he goes.

Even the positive news Trump tried to roll out had some confusing elements.

Trump told reporters that he had reached a trade deal with Japan that would be signed as soon as next month, but Abe said more work remained. Still, the announcement drew cheers from US farm groups, who believed Trump had opened up access to a big Asian market.

The summit was later jolted by an afternoon surprise - the arrival of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

A number of White House officials were not aware that the French had invited the senior Iranian official, though it was unclear how much Trump had been briefed ahead of time.

Trump pulled the United States last year from the 2015 Iranian nuclear agreement, undermining an accord that European leaders feel is core to their security interests. Macron has tried to broker new talks.

Asked whether he was aware Zarif might fly into Biarritz on Sunday, Trump answered, "no comment."

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin later told reporters that the United States would be open to meeting with Iranian officials, but he didn't speculate as to whether or when that would happen.

As the summit continued Sunday, Trump's interest appeared to wane.

During an afternoon break, he posted items on Twitter that had little to do with the G-7. He wished a happy birthday, for example, to celebrities Regis Philbin and Sean Connery. He also quipped about his poll numbers and complained about his treatment by Fox News.

But all eyes have been on him over the past two days.

At a closed-door dinner Saturday night, leaders confronted Trump over his suggestion that Putin join next year's instalment of the summit, when it is in the United States, according to officials briefed on the discussions who agreed to describe them on the condition of anonymity.

The contentious exchange boiled down to whether leaders felt it was useful to have conversations purely among liberal democracies. Trump didn't put any special weight on the format, officials said.

Trump told reporters on Sunday that there had not been a consensus about what he should do regarding Putin next year, and he said some unnamed world leaders wanted Putin to attend.

He did not offer names, but a European official said later that Japan was neutral on the proposal and that Italy also offered little objection.

A live microphone captured a private conversation Sunday between Johnson and Macron, and Johnson appeared to remark about a tense moment on Saturday evening, the night of the Putin debate.

"You did very well there last night. My God, that was a difficult one," Johnson told Macron on Sunday ahead of one meeting, pumping his fist.

"Bien jou," the British leader said, using the French phrase for "well played."

The summit is set to conclude on Monday afternoon (local time). Trump will host next year's G-7, and he is leaving whether he will invite Putin as a cliffhanger.

"It's certainly possible," he said. "We'll see."


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NEWS FLASH

World leaders applaud Trump's replacement at the G-7 negotiating table

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George T Conway III (GT3 to his mates) said "unlike Trump, this guy really knows his cookies"


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Trump misses G7 climate discussion


Donald Trump's climate rebuff at G7 summit
00:13, August 27th, 2019

US President Donald Trump has missed a discussion on climate with other world leaders at the Group of Seven summit in France.

Trump was scheduled to attend Monday's session on climate, biodiversity and oceans, but his chair was empty during a portion of the meeting reporters were allowed to witness.

All other G7 leaders were present, but the seat reserved for the president of the US was empty as the morning meeting got underway in the resort of Biarritz.

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US President Donald Trump in France for the Group of Seven summit.

CNN's White House producer Kevin Liptak posted: "Trump apparently absent from start of G7 session on climate, biodiversity and oceans. His seat was empty. All other G7 leaders were there."

French President Emmanuel Macron said that while Trump didn't attend, his aides were there, Reuters reported.

On Sunday senior aides in Trump's entourage accused the G7 host Macron, of seeking to embarrass his US counterpart by making the summit focus on "niche issues" such as climate change, according to multiple US media reports.

Trump is a climate change skeptic who once had claimed it's a hoax that was invented by the Chinese.

The US's differing stance on the climate crisis has been a feature of the past two G7 summits, and is just one issue on which divisions were so deep that the meeting was increasingly referred to as the G6 in Canada last year, when Trump left early, the Guardian reported.

A year ago, at the G7 meeting in Quebec, a single image showed Germany's Angela Merkel leaning imploringly over a table towards a seated Trump, who had his arms resolutely crossed. Shortly afterwards, the president walked out, and pulled out of a pre-agreed final announcement.

Trump has already pulled the US out of the Paris climate accord.

Meanwhile as the 2019 French G7 summit entered its last day on Monday, there was little sign that Trump and other world leaders had reached anything nearing a consensus on other tough issues such as trade and how to deal with Iran, North Korea and Russia, let alone issues of the climate, biodiverity and oceans.

Trump said his private golf resort near Miami is the likely venue for next year's G7 summit. He sai no decision has been made, but claims no other venue under consideration matches what his resort - Trump National Doral - can offer.


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Trump misses G-7 climate discussion "there is only room for one muppet"

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The leaders take good care of not offending Trump's huge ego but it becomes evident that they don't care anymore about him.
He isolated USA and till he's the president, USA will stay isolated.
The World can't count on Trump for anything.
Trump is the overgrown baby you left alone in his corner, hoping he won't do a temper tantrum.
You have to invit him but you'd wish he stays home.

The World is waiting for a new President.
They don't trust, they don't agree, they don't like Trump.
And they're right.

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And that trade war with China is hurting...
https://globalnews.ca/news/5813677/trump-business-china-trade-war/
Bend down, followers...
:mrgreen: :P

I think China is more than happy to hurt USA.
I think they can wait a looooooonnnng time.

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Why does he keep on insisting for the return of USSR?
https://qz.com/1694884/trump-ruins-g7-summit-dinner-by-insisting-group-readmit-russia/

What did the URSS did that Trump has to thank them for ?
Mueller didn't find out but that doesn't mean that there was nothing.
I think Trump has a debt toward USSR that he feels obligated to.
I can't see no other logical reason. Or maybe those sextapes are true after all ?
No matter what, Trump's hands are tied.
That doesn't help USA.
Who, in his loyal base fans of zombies, approve of a USA-USSR love relation ?
Did they vote for that ?
Hey, Pedro, you voted for that ?
:x :P

TRUMP, FRIEND OF DICTATORS, ENEMY OF ALLIES

Is there some working cells left in Trump's brain ?
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The MESS-IAH !
A Good one !
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Mij wrote:
Why does he keep on insisting for the return of USSR?
https://qz.com/1694884/trump-ruins-g7-summit-dinner-by-insisting-group-readmit-russia/

What did the URSS did that Trump has to thank them for ?
Mueller didn't find out but that doesn't mean that there was nothing.
I think Trump has a debt toward USSR that he feels obligated to.
I can't see no other logical reason. Or maybe those sextapes are true after all ?
No matter what, Trump's hands are tied.
That doesn't help USA.
Who, in his loyal base fans of zombies, approve of a USA-USSR love relation ?
Did they vote for that ?
Hey, Pedro, you voted for that ?
:x :P

TRUMP, FRIEND OF DICTATORS, ENEMY OF ALLIES

Is there some working cells left in Trump's brain ?
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Get your own brain , idiot.
The USSR was dissolved many years ago.
It was in the news.
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^^^ As though that is the important part shithead. I guess if you are going to be ok with Putin's hand up Trump's ass, you might as well get the USSR part right.

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It is still called USSR in the medias
I guess is for all to know which country.
You know, some Trump fans are not very aware of what's going on in this World.
Aren't you glad I left you something to pick on, stupid ?
:smoke:

Anyway, you may object the name but you have nothing more to say.
It doesn't change a thing...
TRUMP, FRIEND OF DICTATORS , ENEMY OF ALLIES !

I'm sure a majority of Americans are tired of the Big Buffoon.
And 2020 is so far away...

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Taint Ripper wrote:
So how’s that Russia collusion thing working out for ya?

And how about the pee pee tapes?


Don't you mean the USSR collusion ??

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^^^ As though that is the important part shithead. I guess if you are going to be ok with Putin's hand up Trump's ass, you might as well get the USSR part right.


Since OECD Europe and non OECD Europe , as well as Asia , buy much of their oil from RUSSIA , it would make sense to have them back in the bloc of the WTO.
If you actually believe that Putin has his hand up Trump's ass , all of my conclusions about your ignorance of reality are justified , shithead.


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