President Trump proposed cutting federal funds from the University of California at Berkeley after leftist students rioted against a planned speech by conservative figure, Milo Yiannopoulos. The organized mob shut down free speech and threatened those with an opposing viewpoint. The University of California president, former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, has declared the campus a sanctuary for immigrants.
Trevor Loudon investigated the anti-Trump protests and found that most of the top organizers belong to communist revolutionary groups, including the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia. The movement pretends to be motivated by anger against war, racism, and social injustice, but the real goal is to bring full-blown Communism to America. This is confirmed, not only by the organizers’ disdain for capitalism but also by the fact that, as we see in this documentary, when the leaders speak to their followers, they call them ‘comrades’, a term that, in political context, means ‘fellow communists’. While we have reservations about this film’s view that all this is coming from Russia while ignoring the great support that comes from within the United States itself, we concur totally with the primary narrative: The organizations funding and organizing the increasingly violent demonstrations and riots in America are following classical Marxist/Leninist strategies for Communist revolution.
California: Here are scenes of violence from the cancelled Milo Yiannopoulos appearance, caused by so-called anti-fascist groups. The masked protesters set fires, broke windows, assaulted attendees with fists and pepper spray, and chased them down in the streets, using flag poles to beat a man unconscious.
Renewed violence has broken out between the US-backed Ukrainian government and Russian separatists, resulting in more than a dozen deaths. Russian President Putin says that Ukraine is trying to present itself as a victim of aggression to squeeze money out of the US and Europe. War hawk, John McCain, called on President Trump to arm Ukrainian forces. This news report did not mention the 2014 coup in Ukraine that was orchestrated by the US State Department, CIA, and George Soros.
When withdrawing from negotiations for the TransPacific Partnership treaty, Trump did not address the most controversial part of it, which is the investor-state dispute settlement system. The ISDS allows investors in one country to use international courts to sue governments of other countries. This eliminates a major component of national sovereignty.
Syria: With the approval of the Trump Administration, armored vehicles with mounted machine guns and grenade launchers were delivered to the Syrian Democratic Forces to fight ISIS. Turkey considers many of the groups within this coalition to be terrorists. In the past, US weapons have fallen into the hands of ISIS under similar programs.