[Above] Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator and Facebook investor Sean Parker, and Tesla Motors and SpaceX honcho Elon Musk all attended.


American Enterprise Institute World Forum secret meeting held at the remote, luxury Sea Island resort in Georgia,

The Cloister lobby Wednesday, September 17, 2008 in Sea Island, Ga. Since its development in the 1920s, Sea Island has attracted a well-heeled and powerful clientele, including (at different times) six U.S. presidents.

Social media has made galvanizing an army using Social Media. Their messages are spit out anywhere from 2 to 3 minutes at a time.

New Jersey teenagers (and Hackensack Police) learned that kids were able to invite “lots of kids” to a house party by sending out twitter invitations. Problem was that kids responding to the invitation came from miles around requiring police to come and manage the dangerous deluge of traffic. In trying to raise perhaps 20 kids, 2,000+ showed up.

RNC Closed Door Meeting for the purpose of destroying the Trump Movement

When Barack Obama was voted into office, the powers that be, that did not vote for him, did not hit the streets in protest and there weren’t large powerful forces supporting them financially either. Everyone basically went to school if they could afford it and or to their jobs if they had jobs.

Voters who voted for the other side did not take to the streets.

Who exactly is behind this marching and supports the fruitless activity financially?

It’s something to think about and discuss because people have to pay rent where ever they live and they have to eat and gas their cars. Thousands of people can’t be marching for free when they can’t even make their primary bills.

Perhaps they’re getting some help?  Is it possible that respectable, responsible politicians would pay people to march the streets when they should be working or attending classes at school?  Of course it can happen – all during the year, Hillary Clinton and her campaign paid thousands to disrupt Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump’s rallies so we know it happens. Her own Mr. Mook was on a very close basis with the organizations that created violence at Trump rallies.

Well it didn’t begin now… apparently, while the presidential debates were still going on, some Republicans still competing with Donald Trump paid a lot of people to protest against him and his movement.  In fact, they would meet secretly to brainstorm how to take Donald Trump “down” and have continued having private meetings but now they mostly console each other for not seeing Trump’s winning the election.

If the latest Wikileaks taught us anything, it taught us that politicians tend to do all sorts of things while they think their activities are secret. They will actually say one thing publicly and do the exact opposite in secret. One of the finest examples of that behavior is Sen. Mitch McConnell’s.

A forceful collection of technology CEOs met at a remote Sea Island Resort off the coast of Georgia for the American Enterprise Institute’s annual World Forum were Apple C.E.O. Tim Cook, Tesla Motors and SpaceX C.E.O. Elon Musk, Napster C.E.O. Sean Parker, and Google co-founder Larry Page.

The participants I find most interesting are the ones that are now desperately and publicly kissing Trump’s ass trying to get in line with the President Elect, Mr. Donald J. Trump.

This must be a veritable nightmare for them after having spent so much money trying to defeat him and his movement (the larger half of the United States voting citizenry) and to find that he took the top spot anyway.

Several politicians actively worked against “the republican voting movement” that voted Donald Trump into the Presidency. Here they are identified so that you know who paid for these marches and who can call them off.

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 04: U.S. Senate Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) listens as he speaks to members of the media June 4, 2013 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The Senate Republicans had their weekly policy luncheon to discuss the Republican agenda. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) participated in secret take down Trump meetings.

House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis. listens to testimony on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday Nov. 13, 2013, during a Congressional Budget Conference. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Speaker of the House Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin

Only two years ago, Paul Ryan said this about the very people he’s now encouraging into marching against the new administration instead of preparing to take a full time job. After all, it would be far more profitable for marchers to march to paying jobs than to march for a cup of coffee.

It’s important that the public be reminded about how Paul Ryan really thinks about the public since he’s one of the politicians that began this marching which helps politicians in their “I told you so” speeches but is fruitless for the citizens engaged in them.

Unemployed marchers should know for certain who is behind putting them on the streets to march against the new administration versus helping march the public towards gainful employment. This below, was an observation made by Paul Ryan only two years ago. When he said it, the statement was swept quickly under most political rugs but I never forgot it.

“We have got this tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work, and so there is a real culture problem here that has to be dealt with.” Rep. Paul Ryan


Senator Tom Cotton has quickly gained a reputation for being young, highly ambitious and highly dangerous

This genius tried to pass a low that would allow him to run for the senate and for president simultaneously to ensure that he’d at least have “a job” when he’s done campaigning. He also authored that letter to Iran. Kerry had to remind him that there exists a “Logan Act” prohibiting those not in authority to negotiate – to stand the hell down and that his letter was in clear violation of the “Logan Act.”

Before that, the genius Mr. Cotton wrote a letter to Eric Lichtblau and James Risen saying that “journalists that didn’t fall in line with his ideals of good journalism should be imprisoned for espionage. The New York Times published the following in an article about how the government was following terrorist funding…

“…an article about how the government was tracking terrorist financing, Cotton called for the journalists to be imprisoned. This news story got a lot of heat from various conservative outlets, but before he was even running for office, Cotton took it upon himself to publicize his grievances in a sarcastic? letter? to journalists Eric Lichtblau and James Risen… It seems that Cotton’s letter to Iran was not the first of its kind.”

What he has to say about food stamps is even worse. He feels the welfare rolls are filled with drug addicts, he doesn’t recognize the small children dependent on food stamps.

About Guantanamo Bay, when President Obama promised to close it, Tom Cotton said…

“In my opinion, the only problem with Guantanamo Bay is that there are too many empty beds and cells there right now…?We should be sending more terrorists there for further interrogation to keep this country safe. As far as I’m concerned, every last one of them can rot in Hell. But as long as they don’t do that, they can rot in Guantanamo Bay.”

Karl Rove enjoys clandestine meetings but doesn’t encourage press to photograph him while he undertakes them.

During the debates Karl Rove refused to state clearly whether the Republican Party would do everything possible to avoid a brokered convention.  Eric Bolling asked Karl Rove,“If Donald Trump has a plurality of delegates, but not a majority,” Bolling asked, “will you get behind the guy?” This is how Rove answered…

He couldn’t give a clear answer because the public didn’t realize that behind the scenes he was attending meetings to destroy the Trump movement. the said the following about President Trump’s situation…

“The rules in the party have always said that the nominee of the Republican Party is chosen by a majority of the delegates at the convention,” he said.  That is the rule that Donald Trump will have to live with. We’ve had six Republican nominees who were not the leaders on the first ballot, and we may for the first time since 1940 see that happen again this year.”

Philip Anschutz participated in the private anti-Trump meetings on the island off the George shore.

Colorado billionaire is the most dangerous of all because he’s a recluse that never says what he’s thinking nor does he make his intentions known. He does what he wants it rarely benefits the masses. His interest is always his bottom line. Philip Frederick Anschutz is an American oil business tycoon and philanthropist. Most of his income is sourced from his oil corporations, land ownership, rail and petroleum businesses, entertainment and sports related investments. He was born on December 28, 1939 in Russell city of Kansas.  Philip is the Co-founder of the Major Soccer League, and many sports teams such as the Chicago Fire, Los Angeles Galaxy, Houston Dynamo, New York / New Jersey Metro Stars and San Jose Earthquakes. He also owns major stakes in the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings including stadiums StubHub Center, the world famous Staples Center and London’s O2 Arena.

New York Times publisher and chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr.

Sulzberger Jr. is not foreign to behaving secretly as his history with Claudia Gonzalez Mexico makes clear.

Enamora mexicana al dueño del New York Times (Mexican seduces owner of NYTimes)

parejaClaudia González tenia un romance con el presidente de la compañía de medios, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. El flechazo se dio en México, checa la historia en la actual edición de la revista Quién.

Para muchos es una incógnita quién es la bella mujer que acompaña a uno de los hombres más importantes de los medios estadounidenses, Arthur Sulzberger, de 59 años.  (This was published on Thursday, August 18, 2011 -divorce documents did not exist therefore he was still married to his first wife).

A él –editor del diario y presidente de The New York Times- se le ve feliz y radiante y todo es gracias a una mexicana de nombre Claudia González Romo, de 40 años.

Su romance comenzó en un viaje que ambos hicieron a México para pasar las fiestas de fin de año, donde, por cierto, convivieron con la familia de Carlos Slim.

Helen Ward of Aspen, Colorado

In 2012, Helen Ward was pressured to resign the Executive Director position at the Aspen Colorado Education Foundation position.  No one at the foundation said it was due to the fact that she was married to her husband as was Sulzberger Jr. to his wife.

The fact that the gossip about the two having met in MachuPichu, Mexico where Sulzberger usually hung out with Claudia González did not help at all since it made her look not only like a bit of a player but a player accepting a man a Mexican woman tossed aside. And as is so routine when there’s an affair – the woman gets fired and the man proceeds uninterrupted.

Seemed a bit much for Aspen, Colorado for someone in a leadership role to risk  so much to gain so little.


Arthur Sulzberger Jr finally formally engaged after series of candidates.

It’s time now that these industry icons put their weapons down and accept that the President Elect, Mr. Donald J. Trump is the choice of United States voters.

President Trump,, the beautiful First Lady Melania Trump and Donald Trump’s family.




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