Hillary Says Trump Is Most Dangerous Presidential Candidate Ever – But She Is
By Daily Bell Staff - July 19, 2016

Hillary Clinton said Monday that Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, was the most dangerous presidential candidate in the history of the United States. -CNN

Clinton, in an interview with CBS News’ Charlie Rose, believes Donald Trump has “no self-discipline, no self-control, no sense of history, no understanding of the limits of the kind of power that any president should impose upon himself.”

All of this could be applied to Clinton. She is by far the more dangerous of the two candidates.

If Clinton gets into office, she will start or expand wars and through large economic programs will ensure the US’s quasi-depression deepens and that the economy never truly recovers at all (even though it may seem to.)

If things aren’t getting worse, Hillary’s power is not advancing. She is good at making things worse.

As her opponent, Donald Trump’s main recommendation is that he has not been a politician before.

Donald Trump has chiefly been a builder and businessman.

But Hillary has basically been a politician.

Economically speaking, politics is price fixing. Laws are price-fixes, forbidding people from taking certain actions in favor of other ones.

We may agree or disagree with these price-fixes, but they exist and are a function of lawmaking.

Price-fixes always distort and degrade economies. The more laws you have, the more price-fixing and the more degradation.

We’ve often argued for private justice for instance in which individuals work out their own civil and criminal differences.

The less price-fixing (state control), the better.

The modern state – with its massive economic, political and judicial interference – is already well on its way to toppling.

Hillary Clinton has done well in the current system. She and her husband have built a gigantic non-profit and reportedly use it to trade favors with powerful people around the world.

She and Bill are connected at the highest levels and can influence US political and military decisions.

People will pay lots of money to anyone with this sort of clout. But the money does not apparently go directly to the Clintons. Instead it reportedly goes to their non-profit, so it does not seem as if the Clintons are accepting payments for their “help.”

How well is this non-profit run? Here, from an April 2015 New York Post in an article entitled, “Clinton Foundation a ‘Slush Fund.’

The Clinton Foundation’s finances are so messy that the nation’s most influential charity watchdog put it on its “watch list” of problematic nonprofits last month.  The Clinton family’s mega-charity took in more than $140 million in grants and pledges in 2013 but spent just $9 million on direct aid.

The group spent the bulk of its windfall on administration, travel, and salaries and bonuses, with the fattest payouts going to family friends …

“It seems like the Clinton Foundation operates as a slush fund for the Clintons,” said Bill Allison, a senior fellow at the Sunlight Foundation, a government watchdog.

Supporters of the Clintons would no doubt disagree with this assessment, as would Hillary herself.

In her interview, Hillary said of Trump, “What he has laid out is the most dangerous, reckless approach to being president than I think we’ve ever seen.”

More from the article:

“There is a lot of fear in our country. And when Americans are worried they’re looking for answers. He’s providing simplistic, easy answers,” Clinton said.

The article quotes poll numbers that indicate Americans are more confident about Hillary’s experience and ability to be president, even though they don’t trust her.

This is unfortunate. As political price-fixes must by definition make economies worse (unless they are removing laws), the more “experienced” a politician is,  the more destructive he or she has the capacity to be.

In fact, Hillary and Bill are multimillionaires many times over. Their overarching priority is self-enrichment and the accumulation of power.

Bottom line: Hillary is being groomed for president because she will help usher in the next wave of democracy, which is a form of global technocracy.

This form of government  with emphasize the power of multinational corporations and those run them.

These corporations, more than ever, will work closely with powerful politicians to generate and expand serial wars necessary to advance globalist control.

When the Gutenberg press undermined the Catholic Church and the divinity of kings, the powers-that-be began to promote “democracy.” The French Revolution was created to further the concept.

Now that the Internet has exposed the phoniness of most “democracy,” a new form of governance is being promoted. This will emphasize the global marketplace as run by multinational corporations and their technocratic “experts.”

New international trade courts are being created that will allow corporations to have equal footing with nation-states.

None of this is coincidence.

Trade deals TPP and TPIP are both foundational building blocks of this new era. Hillary, from what we can tell, is intended to be the point person to advance this paradigm.

Tomorrow’s globalism, as Hillary’s backers conceive of it, will be racked by war and ruled via corporate authoritarianism. As we pointed out previously, HERE, Hillary is no “democrat” and no “liberal.”

Conclusion: Win or lose, Hillary will continue to be a dangerous backer and builder of corporate, globalist technocracy. If she wins, she’ll pursue her goals on the national stage. If she  loses, she will continue to work behind the scenes. Either way she’s dangerous.

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  • r2bzjudge

    Hillary Clinton said Monday that Donald Trump, the presumptive
    Republican nominee, was the most dangerous presidential candidate in the
    history of the United States. -CNN

    We know Hillary peddled multiple fictions in relation to use of a server for her Email. That is just for starters.

    • guestimate

      Yes and Trump lies, exadgerates and buffoonicates; what’s your point?

  • r2bzjudge

    Clinton, in an interview with CBS News’ Charlie Rose, believes Donald
    Trump has “no self-discipline, no self-control, no sense of history, no
    understanding of the limits of the kind of power that any president
    should impose upon himself.”

    Hillary said she is going to use executive orders. Hillary has no interest in imposing limits on herself. She has long craved the power of the Presidency.

    “Himself.” Notice she didn’t include herself.

  • Pop_Korn

    She promised israel that she would attack Iran.
    Trump wants to give peace a chance.
    Yep….. Trump is a real danger to the NWO.

  • Helen Daniels

    Obama is the one who came into the presidency with not a whit of knowledge about history……none, except the history of colonial Kenya. He still knows zilch about history. And the clinton woman knows nothing about history. Fancy destabilizing Libya by having Gaddafi assassinated and then cackling about it in her inimitable but remorselessly obscene way. The result of the clinton ignorance is the destabilization of the whole entire world and now we all live in gross danger. The bush creature started it, but the clinton woman certainly made it worse, for Europe and now USA.


    DB thank you for your response and explanation of the post removal from the “Manipulative Idiocy of New Gingrich’s Attempt to Demonize Islam and Make War” article comments section. I believe Discus was the problem. I do want to take exception with your characterization of my posts as “irate”. Indeed sir they are not. I have been respectful in my responses. I appreciate your work and the opportunity to express my own opinion here whether in agreement or counter to your own. I do believe intellectual honesty is required of us all, if we are to advance our knowledge and understanding.

  • Lifestyler

    Isn’t there a saying that goes: “Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t?” We know who Clinton is and about her questionable association with Wall Street Banksters and other crooks. Trump is a complete and utter egocentric moron. He is like the big shot captain of the football team in school who can’t write his name, shooting his mouth off about how great he is, hanging with all of the best looking girls and who ended up doing oil changes or working at McDonalds. Making Trump president is like giving unlimited ammo and guns to a psychopath. He will destroy this country.

    • Bruce C.

      Speak for your self. I think it’s you who don’t know who Clinton and Trump are.

    • Marten

      Most of Peoples can’t manage their way out of a paper bag with both end’s open……Are you one of them?????

      • Lifestyler

        Actually, I can manufacture the bags to confuse people by leaving both ends open. I liken it to Trump’s mind – whatever you put in, it falls right out again.

    • clearpt

      Trump is by far the more transparent individual. He’s bombastic, ridiculous, and gets away with none of it, and gets crucified by the MSM because of it. In spite of all the money that’s gone into propping up the Clinton’s and their incredibly slimy behavior, everyone still knows what morally bankrupt slime balls they are. Worse, they get a free pass from the corporate owned and controlled MSM, not because they are likable in any way, but because they are useful. When the Clinton’s are in power, people die and lives get ruined. There’s plenty of evidence dating back to the early 1990’s to show that’s a fact.

      • Lifestyler

        But, in truth, would it be any better with Trump? He is highly reactionary, wants to invade just about anything he sees overseas and does not care a tick for diplomacy, even when it works. I see a world today where there are more issues at play than we have seen for a long time such as, the Spratley Islands issue with the Chinese, the embargoes and sanctions with Russia, Eastern front issues such as Latvia, the Ukraine as well. New nukes in Poland. Russia is getting more than a little annoyed because it is being hedged in. Brexit. Immigration is destroying Sweden, Denmark, et al. There seems to be no end to the madness and in this midst of all this we find Trump running for President? Kind of hard to breath, isn’t it?

        • Praetor

          We also found ourselves electing an actor to president and a CIA head man as VP.

          What happens in DC is really of no consequence. Only if you believe you are and individual liberated and free. Because what’s going to happen is going to happen no matter what. Hillary is a criminal, Trump is a rich business man.

          The collectivist ideology is a loosing ideology. It always has been and will always be a looser!!!

          • Lifestyler

            Can’t disagree with that. We have been led to believe that we have a choice as to who is elected. The electoral college gets that call, not the American public. Like George Carlin used to say, you have a choice between plastic or paper bags, high test and low test gas and whether you want fries or salad with that. I still miss him . .

          • UnderTheBedMonster

            The CIA guy really ran the country while they gave the actor sleeping pills!!!!! Bush ran the country for how many terms? Too many.

          • guestimate

            Yes and Trump wins by intimidation, calling everyone else losers. There’s something deeply wrong with that. Not everyone inherited $40M to start them out and you don’t really know how rich or even if he’s rich unless he shows his tax returns. His clothing brand is made in China so assume he has money socked away offshore shells. “Businessman.” Big deal. Doesn’t make a person empathetic, ethical or informed.

      • guestimate

        Transparent as his tax returns. Are you sure he’s not bankrupt and using the hopeful POTUS position as an income opportunity?

    • Rocketman

      Look, there are two and only two choices because the Libertarians are not going to win. Trump or Clinton, one or the other. I have serious issues with Trump but Clinton is totally unfit to hold elective office, ANY ELECTIVE OFFICE. I’m talking about assistant dogcatcher is Hellhole Nevada.

      • Lifestyler

        Kind of an insult to Hellhole, Nevada, isn’t it? Seriously though, the whole government, Wall Street and the Beltway are well populated with the likes of Clinton. But, I know what she has stated publicly. She can be held to account from some of them at least. All that I have heard out of the Orange Person is hyperbole. No substance, shoot from the hip diplomacy, doesn’t like to read, says he has a “good brain”, etc. etc. One was Sec. State and the other is a carnival barker with no background whatsoever. See what I mean by the “devil you know and the devil you don’t”?

        The whole infrastructure of politicians is jaded. We know that they all lie and cheat like pirates. What has the GOP done in the last eight years? Block legislation that could have don the people a lot of good. The GOP has been worse than useless, they have abdicated their responsibilities as congressmen and women.

    • guestimate

      He will reduce the real estate market to quivering jelly for all his true believers and wannabe bullies just itching to acquire at the cost of previous owners, and because money changed hands it’s OK.

  • yep

    coming from a thief who stole billions from people, clinton is dog s–it

  • TG Molitor

    If you analyzed the best and the worse presidents through the framework of “which president has upheld his oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution” – we haven’t had a good president since Calvin Coolidge.

  • DonRL

    This is typical of the Democrats what they are about to do or are doing they claim that the Republicans are about to or doing it. Then they do it is secret while the public attention on the other guy.
    This is typical someone who is guilty. They blame other of doing what they are doing whether tt is true or not so they can divert attention away from themselves.
    See the Bible Romans 2:3.
    Those who do such diversions may be successful in escaping the scrutiny of other but they will have to answer to God. They will never escape His judgment.

  • Shouting the contents of one’s mind in accusation of the ‘other’.

    Note the device and watch out for falling for it – when others or your own mind use it.
    For that is where to hide hate – in ‘self-righteous’ accusation. Hidden hate is not your friend – nor your power. It will lay your world to waste…

  • apberusdisvet

    I am not as worried about the trade deals, for I believe that they will die on their own. I am concerned, however, that under Hillary, the Rothschild cabal will initiate WWIII. Whereas the pols and the puppets have their 50 year sustainable underground bunkers to flee to, us sheeple don’t have that option.

    • They are only called ‘trade deals’ for propaganda purposes. They are not trade deals so much as the subjugation of any remaining national legislative powers to corporate cartels and financial overlords. All these insanities thrive on the focusing in insanity as if to find an answer in its terms.
      Witness not to ‘their’ agenda – but to sanity. You are not a sheep – unless you want to believe you are – and even then you don’t stop being you.

  • Wrusssr

    The financial Wizards of Oz that select the presidential candidates for both parties — done so since Woodrow Wilson signed away America’s right to print its own money in exchange for Oz bankrolling and guaranteeing him the presidency in 1913 — will never allow a serious candidate to run as an Independent for president.

    They learned that lesson when they put Ross Perot on the presidential ticket with Bill Clinton and Bush I to bleed votes away from Bush. It’s why Paul and Sanders had to join The Right Parties and run in a Sanctioned Party Primary. In this manner they could be ‘eliminated’ at the close of the primaries; leaving their faithful to choose from one of the two remaining “Vetted Party Candidates”, if they chose to vote. From there, the offshore vote-counting “contractors/servers” take over and put the candidate Oz prefers in the White House. (Why you had some precincts in Philadelphia voting 100% . . . Why some European countries have switched back to paper ballots.)

    Think Obama spending his first couple years “speaking” only what was on his teleprompter. Or the big four “Nightly News Readers” choosing to report only what has been cleared for them to choose from. Cronkite, at one time the Most Trusted Man in America and member of the CFR, confirmed this back down the line. Similar to the ‘guests’ that Charlie Rose has on. (Don’t think Charlie–or the ABT’s posting here–read The Clinton Chronicles and if they did, choose to ignore them.)

    Paul got to the Republican convention with a good portion of his delegates intact. Had Romney’s fixers scared. But then the shenanigans began with things like the bus drivers that picked his delegates up at their hotels for roll-call got confused as to how to get to the center and were late getting there and Romney was done and sprinkled before you knew it. Had Paul run as an Independent, Romney would have had to send runners to voting lines with sacks of cash to have made any kind of respectable showing.

    Of the two socialist/communists that run, Bern was the cleanest; notwithstanding the Trojan horse status of he and his supporters that he’d assembled. Clinton II? Witch of a different color who’ll fit right in and help her Bolshevik handlers continue their agenda . . . another reason for her and Charlie’s lengthy late night “interview”. And Lesley Stahl’s tossing buckets of water at Trump and his VP pick on 60 Minutes.

    Which brings us to Donald Trump, winner in a Sanctioned Party Primary. Who, like Perot, has funds. And says what much of the public knows, thanks to the Internet. So was he supposed to win the primary . . . the nomination . . . all along? Or did Oz slip a Philadelphian in the race? (Cruz and crew were pre-vetted through Tavistock).

    Rhetoric from Oz and their puppet troupe indicates no. So, did they misjudge Trump like they did Perot? Or were we watching Kabuki opening night of the convention? If Trump wins the general election, will Oz knight him? Or will Donald’s limo tip over? Is Hillary still The Vetted One? Is there enough time to reprogram the servers if something goes awry? Will the Kenyan Brit with no birth certificate declare himself king of the NAU the rest of the decade? Will the Rent-a-Mob set fire to Cleveland? Will The Donald escape after Ginsberg lets the air out of his tires?

    Is this going to be an exciting convention conclusion or what?

    Pay no attention to anything else happening in the world. Nothing to see there. Focus . . .

  • Praetor

    Hillary is no democrat and no liberal. She calls herself a progressive. I call her a regressive or a return to the ‘Divinity of kings, and Queens’ to restore the godhood of the monarchs, god only speaks to monarchs, not the peasants. This is their dream.

    Hillary is on the wrong side of history and that be the loosing side. You ever notice they don’t use words like liberty, freedom or individual. They do use words like nationalist, populist, and such, as derogatory terms to deflect people away from individual liberty and freedom. That there is the war. The globalist have been waging this war, this meme for as long as I can remember.

    The global collective believe, ‘The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few’. The questions are, who are the few and who are the many, and who decides such a thing?!!!

  • L.C. in Texas

    Amen to that! Great article.

  • TimeToWakeUpAmerica

    A FEW items that EVERY American needs to be aware of regarding the CLINTONS:

    1) THE CLINTON BODY COUNT: How Many Associates Suffered Mysterious Deaths Working For the Clintons?

    2) Charles Ortel (on ARK MIDNIGHT, with John B. Wells) BREAKS DOWN CLINTON FOUNDATION FRAUD !!!
    Ark Midnight – Episode 5 A Tell All Interview with Charles Ortel

    3) Look. Who, exactly, do the CLINTONS, AND THE BUSH FAMILY WORK FOR?

    Read the book, entitled _THE COMMITTEE OF 300_, by Dr. John Coleman,
    former MI6 (BRITISH INTELLIGENCE). He gives you a SCHOLARLY,
    fact-filled HISTORY of who, exactly, the Western “elites” are, who
    FINANCES them, who their main Allies (or FRONT organizations) are, WHAT THEIR AGENDA IS!, & how they’ve got the majority of people, Americans especially (thanks to their TAVISTOCK INSTITUTE, and their stranglehold on the U.S. Public “Education” System, Textbook publishers, Mainstream Media, & Hollywood), ~ they have the majority of Americans walking around like mind-less, brain-dead zombies, without a single CLUE, as to what is ACTUALLY going on. Dr. Coleman COVERS IT ALL. EVERY American NEEDS TO READ THIS BOOK.

    Here is where I obtained my copy:

  • Bruce C.

    Fortunately, Hillary is a narcissist (and Trump might be too but I don’t think to the same degree, and he’s not a DIABOLICAL narcissist).

    She continues to push the envelope. She got away with the email scandal and instead of lying low because her judgement was being questioned, she has to proclaim something else to really make people wonder about it.

    Even so, I’m surprised she would say such a thing this early in the campaign. It sounds desperate and inappropriate for the front runner to say. Trump must be getting to her. I won’t be surprised if she becomes unhinged by the election.

  • EDD

    “Hillary Clinton said Monday that Donald Trump, the presumptive
    Republican nominee, was the most dangerous presidential candidate in the
    history of the United States.”

    Dangerous to whom? Did fear drive her to say this? What would that fear consist of? If the Trump would follow through when elected; her fear would be well grounded. By putting the right people in position of the justice system, he could well be the most dangerous man she has ever faced. Has anyone considered how karma would be so sweet if her actions and words ever caught up her?

  • Rocketman

    My nickname for her is “Hell on Earth Hillary” because if she gets elected that’s what’s going to happen.

  • guestimate

    They are BOTH bad news. If the Clintons are multimillionaires, Trump is a billionaire (or so he will tell you) but won’t release his taxes so you’ll never know. Every President has a capacity to make matters worse and profit from situations and you can be certain Trump will do likewise. The danger of Trump is not just Trump but the entire GOP agenda that will cut SSI & entitlements to poor and middle class but give more to the rich. Trump is hardly a builder. He licenses his name to stuff. Casinos, hotels, taverns, strip clubs, steaks & clothing. I have never patronized or bought one of his products. I also never inherited $40M. He’s about as far removed from real middle-class, working Americans as the moon. He’s been accused of rape by an underage girl, stiffing contractors and bilking students who enrolled in his “university.”
    As a businessman he’s been sued quite a lot and settled a number of cases.

    • John Concerned

      The decline of everything started with Bill in the White House (Monica). Do you remember? Mark Rich’s pardon the last day in the WH; The change of rules for a scandalous set of rules for Wall Street; Do you need more? Libya, emails, family trust fund as Secretary of the State?

      There has never been a biggest danger facing American and world politics than the Clintons and now this woman, Hillary and Co. Take action and avoid the disasters that lie ahead. She is the real real danger.

      • guestimate

        Yes well I remember the problem starting with that fringe phenomenon known as All-Star-Wresting where grown men hit each other in the head with folding chairs. Maybe you are suggesting that a Trump admin will feel imminence to restore Glass-Steagal? Trump has plenty of rich friends and more @sswhole fan rich wannabe’s who will come out of the woodwork like cock-roaches if he’s elected. The POTUS position is a wonderful personal profitunity I’m sure Trump will exploit to the fullest, NO DIFFERENT FROM HILLARY. “Narcissist in the exploitative range” is what one pop-psychologist called him. Trump is being sued by contractors for nonpayment and by an underage girl for statuatory rape. A guy who made his fortune (oh, sorry, inherited) with casinos, taverns and strip clubs just fails to impress, not to mention his clothing brand is made-in-China. I just don’t feel he’s a good role-model to the younger generation. And anyway his personality should not be the point of focus but who he plans to hand the election off to when he can’t be bothered with prez stuff.any more