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“From the Trump Administration, Expect an Erratic Flip-Flop Foreign Policy, a Return to Gunboat Diplomacy and more Illegal Wars of Aggression”
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The Islamization of Europe and North America?
Posted, Sunday, April 9, 2017, 4:44 pm
Not sure about which year but notice rumblings coming from top recipients. M. Rubio the tur* spouting off. L. Graham all over the news, Duckworth working behind the curtain, M. McConnell bi-political, J. McCain first class idiot. Trump was right about him. Just got his ass shot down. Many suffered more…
Guess you heard Israel would prefer ISIL (ISIS) over Assad. Obama and Israel have both been supporting them in the past using smoke and mirror tactics. We have caused all of the Middle Eastern problems. Not some, all. And thank you London, and thank you Balfour (1917). Good job. Well thought out.
And the Grand Prize: the Islamization of Europe and North America. That's the plan. Fan the flames of women against men, homo community against non homo, black, Hispanic, Islamic & darker against that bad white native, divide all on NAFTA, which has beneficial to all, preach protectionist bullshit to us, the unwashed and uncircumcised…
Back in 1921!
Answer by R. T.
I am afraid that we are not in 1921, but in 1914.
British historian Arnold Toynbee has observed that the beginnings of the last six centuries have witnessed a world war of hegemony. Donald Trump, the American Benito Mussolini, is the man to bring that about. As a clueless psychopath, he can easily launch World War III for his own narcissistic self.
Who Would Support Lies and Propaganda?
Posted, Sunday, April 9, 2017, 7:36 pm
Well, all these members of Congress have re-elections coming up sometime in the future, and they had better think long and hard before they support these lies and propaganda being used to draw this nation into another Iraq, because this nation is a lot more awake that we were in 2003, no matter what spin the media puts on the mood of the country right now. Vote for war at your peril, Congress.
A False Flag Attack?
Posted, Sunday, April 9, 2017, 10:41 pm
It could have been the wrong target.
Peter Ford former UK ambassador to Syria arguably tells it as it is on BBC breakfast T.V. about Trumps missile attack. Basically says it was probably a false flag attack and the jihadists will soon do another chemical attack again because the USA response was so successful this time.
Comment to the Financial Times
Posted, Sunday, April 9, 2017, 10:54 pm
I fully agree with Dr. Tremblay. I have written a satirical comment to the Financial Times. See it below.
Donald Trump’s welcome show of U.S. global leadership:
It must be fake news, but ....
According to well-informed sources, Assad used not a Sarin but another toxic gas, known as Sa(ch)arin 2, which justified the devastating response from Trump who sent him multiple Tomahawk missiles. Sacharin 2 gas was developed in former Soviet dominated German republic, known as DDR, in cooperation with a secret Soviet toxicological laboratory in 1965-1988.
It is easily manufactured using as a base, well known sweetener, Saccharin that was used during WW1 and WW2 in Germany as a substitute for sugar. Apparently Russian made this secret technology available to Assad along with shipping him large supply of base product, Saccharine. It was shipped to Assad in Syria bypassing export controls, and labeled as a medicine used by people suffering from diabetes 2 who cannot use regular sugar. Breaking export regulation would alone justify Tromp’s strong response to Assad treacherous acts.
The Constitution as a Guide!
Posted, Sunday, April 9, 2017, 11:00 pm
I have great respect for you and your writing, but I would like you to gain additional knowledge from sources other than the MSM when you write on this or related topics. I say this because most of information from the MSN is false and without real basis in facts. Trump is not perfect, but if he had not been elected we would be on the verge of revolt. I have found that if I use our Constitution as a guide I will always be factual in my writing. It is impossible for a US citizen to follow Communist, Muslim, Democrat, or Marxist doctrine et al, without being a traitor. There is no way for these people to follow the Constitution. If Trump does not follow Constitution, he will fail. You know of course that more than half of government is unconstitutional. You might want to read newswithviews.com and read last article by K. Nelson.
Keep up the good work.
Answer by R. T.:
Initially, I had sympathy for Donald Trump because he denounced GWB’s war of aggression against Iraq, the latter based on lies, and because he professed to want to fight for Main Street and stop giving money to Wall Street mega banks.
However, so far, he has become a neocon, he has sold out to Israel and to Saudi Arabia, and he has appointed Wall Street’s prominent representatives to design his economic policies.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump is reported having said some 45 times that Obama should not try to overthrow the Syrian government, because the Islamist fanatics will be far worse. And now, he has fallen for the false flag chemical weapons hoax, most likely perpetrated by the Islamist rebels, the Al Nusra group (Al Qaeda) just as those terrorists did in August 2013 to incite Barack Obama to intervene on their side. President Obama refrained from intervening, but President Trump, this time, found it to be to his domestic political advantage to join forces with the Islamist rebels, without waiting for an investigation of the matter.
Mind you, false flag operations are a powerful tool to manipulate public opinion. Each time you see somebody circulating photos of dead babies to justify a military aggression, one has to ask if this is not part of a campaign of artful disinformation to manipulate public opinion, i.e. a false flag operation. For that, it may be good to watch again the 1997 movie ‘Wag the Dog’, to be reminded how people can be lied to and can be easily manipulated.
On that score, I don’t think that Trump is trustworthy. He can change ideas as he changes shirts, depending whether or not he can draw some political advantage for himself, and depending of the last persons who talked to him. About the massacre at Khan Shaykhun, Trump (and his daughter Ivanka) seemed to have placed more weight on what they saw on television than on the intelligence briefings. Such incompetence is scary.
Amazingly, Donald Trump is now using the same godly rhetoric as George W. Bush when the latter read speeches made by his theologian speechwriter, Michael Gerson, except that this time around, Trump’s speeches are being written by his devout Jewish son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Here is what Trump read aloud after his act of war against Syria, on April 7, 2017:
“[w]e ask for God’s wisdom as we face the challenge of our very troubled world…[and]…[w]e pray for the lives of the wounded and for the souls of those who have passed and we hope that as long as America stands for justice then peace and harmony will in the end prevail.”
Doesn’t this sound familiar? George W. Bush also referred to God for his military actions saying that: "the liberty Americans enjoy is God's gift and therefore [it is] our responsibility to defend the cause of freedom across the world."
From now on, Donald Trump has lost my confidence, and from what I read, the confidence of many of those who voted for him, who openly say that they did not vote for a second George W. Bush. They voted for a domestic agenda, not for more and costly wars abroad. I think Trump has become a pawn or a puppet of the Washington establishment he campaigned against. If he did not believe what he promises during the campaign, then he is an impostor.
Regarding the U.S. Constitution, Trump has already violated it by governing by decree and by resorting to acts of war against a country that has not attacked the United States, and this, without consulting Congress. In fact, he is acting as a would-be dictator. I believe the man is very, very dangerous. He may involve us in a nuclear war.
Sick of Wars!
Posted, Sunday, April 9, 2017, 11:33 pm
Great article. If Hillary Clinton had been elected POTUS, we would be in the same boat. I am sick of wars for the goal of Greater Israel. Boil it down, all of it. The residue would resemble the shape of the star of davy boy.
Answer by R.T :
Sad to say, but both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are political psychopaths, as are some members of Congress (McCain, Graham, etc.). That may be why there is only one warmongering American foreign policy, and it is a joint Republican-Democratic policy. It took only a few months for Trump to fall into the mold and to betray his non-interventionist promises.
Posted, Monday, April 10, 2017, 12:05 pm
Thank you for this interesting article.
Posted, Monday, April 10, 2017, 13:04 pm
This article reflects my thoughts exactly.
Also, the U.S. used the war of 1812 as a pretext to invade and annex Canada.
To me, this is evidence that the neocon warmongers have succeeded in infiltrating the Trump administration as with previous ones.
People will get killed by this gringo-Nazism, as has happened before.
I continue to maintain that the creation and support of the kosher-nazi state of Zionist Israel in Palestine was the worst foreign policy mistake the U.S. made and that repercussions of this mistake will get more U.S. citizens and others killed for several years to come.