[Rushtalk] Democrats get overseas help against Trump

Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Tue Jun 7 12:02:13 MDT 2016


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Carl Spitzer <lynux at keepandbeararms.com> wrote:

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>Yes I am disturbed by the use of official state theft of property but
>for all the wickedness of such we all know Hitlery and Sanders would be
>worse for us as the takers can never be satisfied until they turn
>America into a third world nation,
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>deadstate You've Been Trumped
>The film, titled You’ve Been Trumped, won 10 awards from film festivals
>and environmental organizations, along with earning four-star reviews in
>the British media.
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>A 2011 documentary that got little attention in the U.S., was so
>explosive that Donald Trump’s lawyers tried to force the BBC to drop
>its broadcast.
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>The film, titled You’ve Been Trumped, won 10 awards from film festivals
>and environmental organizations, along with earning four-star reviews in
>the British media.
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>The film focuses on Trump’s $1.5 billion project to build two 18-hole
>golf courses, a 450-bedroom luxury hotel along with luxury apartments
>and golf villas on the North Sea coast of Scotland. The government
>supported the project and pushed aside environmental protection, all
>while Trump promised that it would bring in 6,000 jobs.
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>>From the New York Times:
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>        Once construction begins on the 1,400-acre Menie Estate, which
>        Mr. Trump bought in 2005, the lives of the farmers and fishermen
>        in nearby Balmedie, a town of 3,000, are disrupted.
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>        The arrival of Mr. Trump and his overbearing ways is an affront
>        to many residents, especially Michael Forbes, a farmer who
>        refuses to sell his property, which Mr. Trump describes as a
>        slum and a pigsty. The film delves into the problems encountered
>        by Mr. Forbes and neighbors who band together to protest the
>        development. Mr. Forbes loses his electricity and water.
>        Enormous piles of dirt and sand are dumped near cottages,
>        blocking their ocean views, and homeowners are taken to court in
>        petty boundary disputes. At one point the use of “compulsory
>        purchase orders,” the Scottish equivalent of eminent domain, to
>        force them to sell, is threatened.
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>Watch the trailer for the film in the video below. The entire film can
>be watched here.
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>Featured image: screen grab
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>http://deadstate.org/donald-trump-does-not-want-you-to-see-this-documentary/
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