> The changes are staggering he has even given
> funds, $30K to Radhanath Swami this is public
Link not working but still copy in Google Cache.
> Radhanath is Mr Big in Indian and GBC. His
> qualification is that he was Kirtanananda's right
> hand man. Yes Kirtanananda the person accused of
> hundreds of child sex offences and even rape. Was
> even involved with mudering a devotee. Yes the
> money you and I donated has gone to a criminal
> appointed guru via Siddhaswarup.
> You can literally go to the SIF's numerous
> Facebook pages, find its photos of Butler, and see
> campaign staff liking the photos. If nothing else,
> I was consistently able to see that basically
> every person liking/love-reacting to photos of
> Butler/SIF quotes had mutual friends within the
> campaign, some of whom were very high ranking.
> This chilled me to my core and I left the campaign
> without notice, which, I'll add, I saw many other
> people do. It was like the most excited, energetic
> campaign staff would sometimes vanish in the dead
> of night, blocking all means of communication with
> anyone who had been involved with it. I wonder if
> they discovered something similar?
Thanks for the post. That's incredible, isn't it? So easy to find it out..
> I'd also like to link
> interview with Tulsi
(hopefully it's new
> information) which I find really troubling. It's
> apparent how much Tulsi bristles when the
> interviewer mentions Chris Butler. Notably, she
> denies absolutely nothing the interviewer states,
> and only accuses her of being unwilling to "try
> and understand" her faith.
This interview really illustrates the whole approach and its understanding.
Tulsi Gabbard would like others to understand her faith but she does not want to understand it either, as shown by, for example, ignorance of the Bhagavad Gita.
Another issue is geopolitics. Well, maybe a good understanding is not required in the presidential campaign and the delivery of populist messages. Anyway, Tulsi Gabbard talks about the end of all US wars with regimes, because it does not serve the US but it does not look like that. During the unipolar world order that is just ending, the US as a hegemon established rules and institutions (Bretton Woods, IMF etc.), the US Navy controls the world's oceans etc.
Wars with regimes are part of maintaining hegemony. It is thanks to this hegemony, dear Tulsi, that most computers in the world use Windows and have Intel processors. The dollar was used in world trade. Which the US could have printed. This dear Tulsi means money. A lot of money.
Unfortunately, only production was moved to Asia in stages, and this happened because of lower labor costs or supporting China as a leverage against the Soviet Union.
Factories closed in the US and lost middle class. And now in this situation, this middle class is promised better access to medical services at the same time.
This means money. More money. Less hegemony less money. Less money on medical services for US citizens.
The next naive understanding is that if the US stops acting like a global policeman, it will be peace. Well, by definition, a policeman stops criminals. Less policeman more crimes?
In practice, other players will take the place of one hegemon.
D. Trump withdrew troops from Syria and Turkey entered by order of Erdogan ... And the Kurds felt betrayed.
Well, but the presidential election ... It doesn't matter ... Geopolitics is also driven by three material forces and their combinations - space and forces.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/03/2019 08:07PM by DaWatcher.