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The Mueller Report is done, and from the digest made public, its conclusion of no collusion to “fix” the last election by the Russian or “other” foreign governments does not surprise me. I agree with this conclusion. These foreign governments would, presumably, include Israel. However, in the case of Israel, I believe this may be a question of semantics.

There is, I believe, considerable evidence that non-governmental forces acting on behalf of Israel succeeded in placing an individual in charge of the U.S. who is currently redirecting the power and financial resources of the nation to almost entirely serve the interests of a foreign power. (And that entity is not Russia!)

There are numerous NGOs that act on behalf of Israel in the U.S., examples being CUFI, JINSA, AIPAC and the Chabad Lubbivitcher sect. There are many super-wealthy patrons of Israel and the Netanyahu government, such as Sheldon Adelson, that were involved in Trump’s election. Finally there are shadowy private Israeli contractors, such as those referred to by Cambridge Analytica’s Alexander Nix, and the so-called “Russian” mafia, which is reputedly controlled by individuals loyal to Israel. Trump apparently has had business proximity in the past to such entities and their bank.[1]https://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/03/31/how-trump-b...bitch/

First indication along these lines can be deduced from special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s indictment of General Michael Flynn[2]United States of America vs. Michael T. Flynn, Violation of 18 U.S.C. Sec. 1001

In a plea agreement, Flynn admitted that he had lied to Justice Dept. investigators, with regard to a resolution submitted by Egypt to the UNSC concerning sanctions on Israel for illegal settlement construction in Palestinian areas, he contacted the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. on December 22nd, 2016 at the behest of a “very senior member of Trump’s transition team” (believed to be Jared Kushner—Ed.) and requested Russia vote against the resolution or at least delay it. He met again with the Russian Ambassador on December 23rd and was informed Russia would not comply if the resolution came to a vote. https://www.justice.gov/file/1015126/download
. Flynn admits lying to FBI agents about his conversations with Sergey Kislyak, then-Russian Ambassador to the United States, in December 2016, when Trump was president-elect. Apparently acting on orders from Jared Kushner, Trump’s senior advisor and son-in-law, Flynn contacted Kislyak to ask if Russia would delay or veto a UN Security Council vote criticizing Israeli settlements. It’s certainly a stretch to see how aiding and abetting actions illegal under international law would benefit the U.S. or Trump’s MAGA agenda.

Empirical evidence of the preceding and a good example of the type of Israelocentric policy making that came in with the election of Mr. Trump can be found in the book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.[2a]Wolff, Michael, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, ISBN 978-1-250-15806-2, Henry Holt and Co. (2018) There author Michael Wolff relates an alleged conversation between former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and Roger Ailes, the former CEO of Fox News. Bannon reportedly told Ailes that Trump, Bibi Netanyahu and Trump-Netanyahu backer Sheldon Adelson are in agreement with moving the US embassy to Jerusalem. The national interests of the U.S. and possible international ramifications of this act apparently were not considered.

Trump’s reaction to Bannon’s alleged statement: “When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind.”

“Donald Trump is the Zionist water boy in the Oval Office. Trump’s collusion was never with the Russian government; it was always with the Bolshevik/Ashkenazi/Zionist mafia (the new Deep State) that has now ousted the old Clinton-Bush mafia (the old Deep State) from power. And that coup was stunningly successful and swift. Accordingly, Donald Trump has faithfully filled his administration with quintessential Zionist insiders—including Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo, John Bolton, Nikki Haley, Elliot Abrams, Gary Cohn, Steve Mnuchin, Wilbur Ross, David Friedman, Jared Kushner, et al.,” comments America’s most courageous evangelist, Chuck Baldwin, “God help us.”[3]Baldwin further adds that (in addition to the Kushners—Ed.) Trump’s association with Jewish mafia billionaires…is easily documented. I’m talking about men such as Alexander Mashkevich, Tevfik Arif (not Jewish by birth but a strong Zionist), Felix Henry Sater and Lev Avnerovich Leviev. Look them up for yourself. Jewish Zionist Wilbur Ross (Bilderberg), whom Trump appointed as Secretary of Commerce, was one of the Jewish billionaire Rothschild bankers who bailed Trump out of one of his bankruptcies. “Donald Trump, John Hagee, Zionism And The Chabad,” by Chuck Baldwin, February 14, 2019

MAGA—Make America Great Again—was widely believed to be a spontaneous outpouring of authentic nationalistic sentiment embodied by President Donald Trump. Trump’s election was initially welcomed by some countries as a government acting in the actual self-interest of the U.S. because it would be far more predictable than one acting for hidden interests. And Trump’s election, promising to reduce the footprint of the U.S. abroad, offered the hope of rolling back the push toward a world war.

Alas, much as was the case with the so-called “Arab Spring”, these hopes did not materialize and U.S. interventions overseas have grown. Often, these are somehow related to the interests of the Israeli state and its Likud government:

  • Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal and placed new sanctions on Iran, in accordance with the wishes of Netanyahu and Sheldon Adelson. On April 22nd, for instance, oil prices jumped 3% as the Trump administration promised to remove sanction waivers on Iran oil[4]http://fortune.com/2019/04/22/iran-oil-waivers-sanc...trump/—which had allowed countries such as India to continue buying Iranian oil—prompting threats from Iran to close the Straits of Hormuz for this violation of the nuclear disarmament treaty. American consumers could pay soaring prices on all their purchases for this act which demonstrably is connected to pre-election planning by backers of Israel with the Trump campaign. (Apparently fearing that this would cause a major rift with India, further alienate Turkey, and scuttle hopes of a trade agreement with China, Trump quietly reversed course to give these countries another year to comply, further demonstrating the Israelocentric monomania of the Neocon-Zionists vs. the actual interests of the U.S.)
  • The ongoing negotiations with North Korea appear centered on its “giving up” Iranian nuclear and missile secrets—as well as destroying its own offensive missile capabilities–in return for normalization.
  • Trump recently vetoed a bill to pull U.S. troops out of Yemen and their support of the Saudi aggression (apparently as part of a deal to have Saudi Arabia guarantee Arab support for Trump and Jared Kushner’s new Mid-East “peace plan”.)
  • Trump’s promises of reducing involvement in Syria appear stalled and the U.S. continues the de facto support of he partition of Syria (A future Kurdistan may well become a part of Eretz Israel in the future—the Barzani brothers were trained by Israel and articles have appeared linking the Kurds to the genetics of the Israeli population) as well as the protection of the evacuation of key ISIS operatives.
  • In South America, war is on the horizon as Neocons move to topple Venezuela—going so far as to name an alternative president. Venezuela’s heavy crude is key to diesel production and China has substantial claims on it (which might not be honored if they don’t play ball with Trump.) And the restructuring of South America may also play a role in the creation of a “New Israel” in Patagonia—a potential evacuation zone of Jews from Israel, the U.S., Canada and elsewhere in the event of war or national chaos–where Israeli operatives are reported to be extremely active.[4a]For instance: https://www.mintpressnews.com/dark-secret-behind-bri...56068/
  • Meanwhile, President Trump has destroyed the last vestiges of international law relating to conquest of territory by aggressive warfare, as in the case of the 1967 Mideast War. He has ceded control of territory so seized (recognizing Israeli conquest of East Jerusalem and Syria’s Golan Heights) despite U.S. membership in the U.N., which was created to prevent such events in the future so as to make war less attractive. Was this done for any specific U.S. benefit? I think not. But it may have something to do with President Trump’s “fabulous” new Mideast peace plan that is similar to Bill Clinton’s fabulous new peace plan.
  • Possibly to pressure Europe to support the redrawing of the Mid East, the Trump administration is expected to launch a tariff war with the EU starting this May. (This will apparently follow an expected superficial agreement with China during the same period.)
  • And money for Israel has not been stinted either. Military aid for Israel apparently avoided the budget ax in Trump’s 2020 fiscal plan sent to Congress. It includes the full $3.3-billion in assistance promised under a 10-year memorandum of understanding, despite spending cuts in other sectors affecting American interests throughout the proposal.[5]https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/White-House-budget...583258

While the interests of the Israeli ally have been thoroughly protected, in the economic sphere, Trump’s MAGA has been something of a train wreck for Trump’s populist supporters on main street. Their indebtedness has soared[6]Americans’ credit spending was greater than ever in 2018, as debt levels reached record totals. Overall consumer debt reached $13.3 trillion in the last quarter of 2018, while the total amount of unpaid revolving debt hit $4.1 trillion.

“Consumer Debt Reaches $13 Trillion in Q4 2018,” by Matt Tatham, 3 April 2019. https://www.experian.com/blogs/ask-experian/research...study/
while the interest on savings (for the 40-something percent of those who have any) dropped to near zero. They got tax breaks that were temporary (as opposed to the massive permanent tax cuts for corporations who are often heavily indebted to large banks) and then, many learned they wouldn’t be getting their usual annual tax refunds due to quirks in the tax law—something that has hit the retail economy hard. Wall St. and the big banks have certainly prospered. U.S. Corporations were allowed to repatriate huge sums of money with no strings attached. And what did they do with this money? Did they invest in infrastructure, job training of Americans and building/retooling of factories as President Trump should have insisted? No, they used it for stock buybacks and acquisitions—mostly paper shuffling—that has kept the stock market propped up.

Trump’s tariff war, meanwhile, has imposed new costs on average Americans—not on the Chinese—with industrial production dropping or remaining flat and U.S. trade deficits soaring. The ham-handed imposition of tariffs without corresponding domestic industrial capacity may also have destroyed some of America’s backbone and staunch Trump supporters—farmers on small- and mid-sized farms. Large amounts of corn and soybeans were placed in silos awaiting the end of Trump’s “trade war”. These have mostly been destroyed by record flooding and are NOT covered by crop insurance. Many of these farmers will go bankrupt and big agribusiness may ultimately take over their land. (And the “farm bailouts” announced by Trump will mainly go to large farms and big agribusiness—including farms owned by Chinese interests!)

In a nutshell, Trump “jazzed” a brief economic recovery in the U.S. with massive tax cuts for big business and temporary cuts for voters (more bark than bite variety) while increasing the national debt, which these same overtaxed voters will ultimately be on the hook for. At the same time Trump “jawboned” the Federal Reserve to ease monetary policy so interest rates wouldn’t rise as a result of the vast increase in national indebtedness. He has laid the groundwork for eventual hyperinflation (or hyper-stagflation) that may well ruin more of his middle class voters after the 2020 election.

“Manufacturing production (in March—Ed.) was flat after dropping in January and February. In the first three months of the year, factory output fell at an annual rate of 1.1%. Production of cars, truck and auto parts dropped 2.5% in March and 4.5% over the past year.”[7]https://www.usnews.com/news/business/articles/2019-0...-march The Cass Freight Index, a measure of truck shipments indicative of overall economic activity is down for the fourth consecutive month year-over-year.[8]https://macro.economicblogs.org/mish/2019/04/shedloc...index/ Sales of Class 8 trucks (18-wheelers) hit the ditch in January, with orders down 58 percent from a year ago hitting a level not seen since October 2016, near the end of the transportation recession, “when Class-8 truck orders had plunged to the lowest levels since 2009, and truck and engine manufacturers responded with layoffs,” writes Wolf Richter.[9]http://www.mises.tv/power-market/transportation-boom-ends

American businesses expanded in April at the slowest pace in 31 months, according to IHS Markit’s survey of business executives. IHS Markit’s flash PMI for services slipped to 52.9 from 55.3, while the manufacturing index was flat at 52.4. Any number over 50 signifies expansion. “The U.S. economy started the second quarter with its weakest expansion since mid-2016 as businesses reported a marked slowing in output, new orders and hiring,” said Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit…”[10]“IHS Markit PMI shows slowest U.S. economic growth in 31 months” by Jeffry Bartash, MarketWatch, 18 April 2019. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/ihs-markit-pmi-sho...-04-18

“Manufacturing production has pivoted to the downside in the first quarter of the year, showing the revival in factories and output is sputtering for the first time since the Trump economics team took office,” said Chris Rupkey, chief economist at MUFG in New York. “The trade war and America First policies have not brought factories back home yet.”[11]“U.S. manufacturing mired in soft patch in first quarter” by Lucia Mutikani, Reuters, 16 April 2019

What about immigration? While President Trump “talks the talk” he has failed to close the border as previous presidents have done and seems more interested in expanding the H1B program for large corporate interestsinstead of retraining Americans to fill at least some of the gap of necessary skills . He allows American soldiers to be captured and disarmed by the Mexican military inside U.S. borders (as happened recently without a proportionate response) and the rate of “catch and release” has soared due to lack of internment facilities. America is filled with unemployed (U6—the real unemployment rate—is 3 times higher than the publicized rate and many of the real jobs are part time and multiple jobs can be held by a single person), homeless and homeless camps, yet we need hordes of unskilled labor pouring into the country? Trump proposes to dump refugees in sanctuary cities, which sounds nice until one realizes that these cities will simply give the refugees tickets to go elsewhere in America. (This already happens in some places in the U.S. where indigents are given tickets to go elsewhere.)

The empirical evidence is therefore clear. Trump’s announced program vs. what he has actually delivered to nationalist voters who supported him is what a Hollywood Western town is to a real Western town: it is only a facade. (It should be remembered that Steve Bannon, one of the chief architects of the Trump victory, went from being a Goldman Sachs investment banker to being a Hollywood movie director!) The only plausible explanation? That the Neocon-Zionist power structure co-opted the authentic nationalist sentiments of Americans for their own ends and disguised this control with “Pepe”: a neo-Nazi green frog “front man” wearing a red “MAGA” ball cap. It stands to reason that such potent and capable forces are the real source of President Trump’s power.

Amazingly, Trump’s approval rating remains surprisingly high despite the outcome. Part of this may be the unwillingness of average people to believe their vote counted for nothing and they are heading for the same outcome as if Hillary Clinton had been elected. Then there is something called the Galileo gambit (also called the “Galileo fallacy.”) This informal logical fallacy is a way to convince listeners (or viewers) that a questionable leader (or his policies) are good despite evidence to the contrary. I believe this was accomplished using the Russian meddling meme and having the establishment media—widely distrusted by Trump supporters—pile on Trump. For, if the real intention had been to “get” Trump post election—and not make him a sympathetic character to the average American—an investigation would have focused on the “Russian” mafia and their banks, Israeli intel, Trump’s bankruptcies (and who got him out of them) and the Chabad Lubbavitcher sect. Does anyone really believe that a U.S. legislature that previously violated protocol and invited Bibi Netanyahu to the U.S. on its own—and then gave him more than 15 standing ovations—would impeach the man who gave Jerusalem and the Golan Heights to Israel? This is sheer nonsense–theater intended to sway the gullible public.

To make a case for the election of Trump being a soft takeover of the U.S., it’s necessary to examine how this might have been accomplished. It is child’s play to hack Diebold voting machines for which no paper trails exist. But due to the nature of such rigging it would likely be impossible to prove, say, a hypothesis that Hillary had some machines in key states rigged and “someone’s” black ops unrigged them. We also know one of Trump’s major backers, the Zionist Sheldon Adelson, is also the main backer of Netanyahu in Israel. In fact, Adelson even funds a major newspaper in Israel—Israel Today–that has helped keep Netanyahu in power. (The 85-year-old and his wife Miriam gave $82-million+ to Republicans and candidate Trump in 2016.) But, alas, this alone is not enough to account for the election upset (if that was what it was.)

America is pretty well divided by party and elections are typically very close. There is a block of Israeli-indoctrinated Pentecostal and “Christian Zionist” voters that could deliver 20% of votes. But many of these are already on the Republican rolls. In order for Trump to win, it would be necessary to swing a small percentage of disaffected white Americans from both parties. That small percentage (8%-10%) is now referred to as the “Alt Right.” And it is the Alt Right—comprised of voters who might otherwise not have voted in the election–that swung the election coupled with the divisive campaign of Hillary Clinton, which many middle class Americans found odious. (It must be remembered how quickly Trump backed off his “jail Hillary” meme at the conclusion of the election. Was this also play acting? It should be remembered that, during the 2016 campaign, Hillary had discussed creating a private non-monitored hotline to Netanyahu when she was elected[12]Hillary apparently willing to anything behind the scenes to assist Netanyahu and the Zionists…while pandering to Arab and Muslim supporters. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/clinton-in-newly-re...israel)

So, we may start with the genesis of this Alt Right movement. Which was in Israel. Breitbart News, the flagship of the Alt Right movement and a mouthpiece for the Trump campaign (and the eventual nesting place of Steve Bannon) was actually started by a Jewish lawyer and businessman, Larry Solov.[13]The coexistence of anti-Semitism and right-Wing Zionism “in Trump’s world make sense,” said Todd Gitlin, the Columbia University sociologist and cultural commentator in an email to the Forward. https://forward.com/opinion/354344/steve-bannon-sign...trump/

In a 2015 post announcing the opening of Breitbart’s Jerusalem bureau, Solov wrote that Breitbart News itself was conceived of in Israel, when Solov traveled to the Israeli state with Andrew Breitbart, the now-deceased founder of Breitbart and met with him and Bibi Netanyahu in planning sessions. (There are pictures of this event.)

“One thing we specifically discussed that night was our desire to start a site that would be unapologetically pro-freedom and pro-Israel. We were sick of the anti-Israel bias of the mainstream media and J-Street,” he wrote.[14]“Breitbart News Network: Born In The USA, Conceived In Israel,” by Larry Solov, Breitbart News Network, 17 November 2015. https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2015/11/17/breit...srael/

Breitbart’s infatuation with Israel is eerily reminiscent of a similar situation in the 1930s. National Socialist propagandist Josef Goebbels ran a publication called the Algerminer in the 1930s prior to the Second World War. Goebbels was quite sympathetic to Zionist interests, sponsored a fact-finding trip to Palestine and had a commemorative coin issued in honor of this collaboration depicting a swastika on one side and a Jewish hexagram (“Mogen David”) on the obverse.[15]https://northshorenumismaticsociety.org/little-known...-1933/

also: https://www.coinbooks.org/v20/esylum_v20n54a28.html
Subsequently, the so-called Transfer Agreement saw German Jews brought to Palestine on German ships.[16]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Transfer_Agreement

Andrew Breitbart subsequently died—but not before Steve Bannon had him narrate one of his turgid Hollywood conservative documentaries and got on his and Larry Solov’s “good side.” Solov then tapped Bannon as Breitbart’s successor and brought him on to run the website—possibly also due to his links with the wealthy Mercer family. Bannon went on to transform Breitbart into the spearhead of Trump’s campaign to disaffected Americans vis a vis the Alt-Right. (Although Bannon was reputed in a divorce proceeding to have once made a comment about “whiny Jews,” he was given a kosheresque seal of approval by no less than the Israeli ambassador to the U.S.[17]Ron Dermer, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, in 2016 praised President-elect Donald Trump as a “true friend of Israel” and said he looks forward to working with incoming White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. “Israel has no doubt that President-elect Trump is a true friend of Israel…”

https://www.breitbart.com/middle-east/2016/11/17/isr...annon/
)

Bannon’s masterful use of Breitbart’s ideas and website pale in comparison with the impact of his creation of Cambridge Analytica in 2013 (with billionaire fund manager Robert Mercer)[18]According to testimony given to British lawmakers by a company whistle blower, Christopher Wylie, Cambridge Analytica was founded by billionaire Robert Mercer and Steve Bannon.

In other words, Bannon was likely a kingpin and not just a bit player in what transpired—and probably the real reason he had to leave the White House. “Trump and Brexit: Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Gives Bombshell Testimony to British Lawmakers,” by Pam and Russ Martens, Wall Street on Parade, 27 March 2018
as a spinoff from Strategic Communications Laboratories (SCL.)[19]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_Analytica SCL is a UK firm whose niche “specialties” were once described as psychological warfare, public diplomacy and influence operations.

Cambridge’s first big success with “behavorial microtargeting” was swinging the Brexit vote in the U.K., a cause also championed by the Zionist politician Boris Johnson[20]See “Brexit: A Bucket of Cold Water for You,” by T. Mysiewicz, Renegade Tribune, 27 June 2016. http://www.renegadetribune.com/brexit-bucket-cold-water/ (The Israeli press, not surprisingly, now raises the possibility of Israel becoming Britain’s “window on the world” in the event of a hard Brexit! No doubt, Israel may ultimately benefit from the trade wars launched by President Trump as well. It has free trade arrangements with many nations.) Thanks to what’s alleged to have been a massive data breach of some 50-million Facebook users, Cambridge was apparently able to corral the (private) data on the social media accounts of millions of American voters in swing states[21]https://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-cambridg...1GT02Y

also: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/03/17/facebook-t...423599

also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_Analytica
, allowing development of Trump’s talking points and election materials directed at individual voters’ “hot buttons” by a sophisticated AI program allegedly developed by company whistleblower Christopher Wylie with help getting the data from a company, Global Science Research (GSR), controlled by researcher Aleksandr Kogan of Cambridge University.[22]https://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-cambridg...1GT02Y Kogan reportedly gave thousands of volunteers a personality test app (thisisyourdigitallife) and then used the Facebook platform (allegedly in violation of the terms of use) to find their friends and their friends’ friends and so on…much like Carnivore…to create a relational database that grew into many tens of millions. In effect, this created the potential for psychological warfare to be used by Cambridge Analytica on the American voting public in order to “game” the election.

For its part, Cambridge claimed that it believed GSR had abided by the UK Data Protection Act and, as soon as it found out this was not the case, terminated the data and deleted the information. And that, after being paid $6.2-million by the Trump campaign, none of the consent-less data was used to elect Trump. (Reuters relates that the N.Y. Times interviewed half a dozen former employees and contractors and reviewed documents and records and claimed these indicate Cambridge retained the data and did use the data. Facebook, after receiving information that 270,000 people had downloaded Kogan’s app and that data obtained without consent had not been deleted, then banned Cambridge Analytica and Wylie from using its platform.[23]https://newsroom.fb.com/news/2018/03/suspending-camb...ytica/)

What is even more disturbing is that foreign players may also have been involved in the 2016 election. While Cambridge Analytica and its parent SCL ceased operations on May 2nd, 2018 (possibly to stymie investigations as to the extent of its activities for the Trump campaign and foreign governments)[24]Are Cambridge Analytica and SCL Group attempting to evade recent negative coverage, only to re-form and continue their work as part of a new entity? “The news Wednesday about the closure of Cambridge Analytica does not mention Emerdata or its subsidiary Firecrest Technologies…All of the other UK SCL-related companies are still listed as active and have no pending filings….

The business purpose of Emerdata is not known, beyond the general description of “data processing, hosting and related activities”. However, in a channel 4 News report, the SCL Group founder, Nigel Oakes, said it was his understanding that Emerdata was set up to acquire all of Cambridge Analytica and SCL.

“Cambridge Analytica is dead – but its obscure network is alive and well,” by Wendy Siegelman, The Guardian Weekly, 5 May 2018

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/may/05/camb...-names
that cessation came after its former CEO Alexander Nix had some interesting things to say when recorded by TV Channel 4 with a hidden camera while making a sales presentation.[25]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpbeOCKZFfQ In addition to the usual allusions to prostitutes, shady characters, blackmail and the like, Nix carelessly “…boasted of his ability to employ “Israeli companies” to gather intelligence on politicians…Nix then went on to praise the ability of “Israeli” intelligence personnel in what can only be described as a power sales pitch to a would-be client.”[26]“The Cambridge Analytica Scandal Could Provide Hard Evidence of “Israeli” Meddling in Trump Election,” by Adam Garrie, Global Policy and Analysis Think Tank, 20 March 2018

http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/03/20/the-cambrid...ction/

Like Bannon with his revelations to Wolff, Nix had gone too far and was quickly sacked pending an investigation. Had he committed the unforgivable sin of speaking the truth in an insecure venue??? According to a statement put out by CA at the time:

“In the view of the Board, Mr. Nix’s recent comments secretly recorded by Channel 4 and other allegations do not represent the values or operations of the firm and his suspension reflects the seriousness with which we view this violation. We have asked Dr. Alexander Tayler to serve as acting CEO while an independent investigation is launched to review those comments and allegations.”[27]“BREAKING: Cambridge Analytica CEO Suspended From Duty,” by Adam Garrie, Global Policy and Analysis Think Tank, 20 March 2018

https://eurasiafuture.com/2018/03/20/breaking-cambri...-duty/

Much like exploding armor on tanks, Trump seemingly uses associates and then fires them to deflect criticism when they become compromised. In the case of the massive Cambridge data breach and its possible use to swing the election, Steve Bannon fared no better than General Flynn.

After Bannon’s departure from the White House, quoting McClatchy Washington Bureau: “…Bannon sold his stake in Cambridge Analytica–the controversial data firm Donald Trump’s campaign employed to reach voters with hyper-targeted online messaging–in April, as required by his ethics requirement. But Bannon only notified the government of the sale in November, three months after he had left the White House and one month after McClatchy asked him if he still had an interest in the company. He was fined for the late report about the sale…Bannon was supposed to sell his $1 million to $5 million stake in Cambridge Analytica while he served in the administration as part of his ethics agreement, but it was never clear until now if he had done so…Under Federal law, late filers such as Bannon are fined $200. However, while the fine is small only a tiny percentage of such government-required reports are filed late. Obviously, most reports are timely filed because tardy filing could be an indication of some misfeasance or malfeasance.[28]“Bannon Sold His Stake in Cambridge Analytica, and was Fined for Late Ethics Report,” Hamodia-The Daily Newspaper of Torah Jewry, 20 February 2018

Notes

[1] https://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/03/31/how-trump-became-the-russian-mafias-bitch/

[2] United States of America vs. Michael T. Flynn, Violation of 18 U.S.C. Sec. 1001

In a plea agreement, Flynn admitted that he had lied to Justice Dept. investigators, with regard to a resolution submitted by Egypt to the UNSC concerning sanctions on Israel for illegal settlement construction in Palestinian areas, he contacted the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. on December 22nd, 2016 at the behest of a “very senior member of Trump’s transition team” (believed to be Jared Kushner—Ed.) and requested Russia vote against the resolution or at least delay it. He met again with the Russian Ambassador on December 23rd and was informed Russia would not comply if the resolution came to a vote. https://www.justice.gov/file/1015126/download

[2a] Wolff, Michael, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, ISBN 978-1-250-15806-2, Henry Holt and Co. (2018)

[3] Baldwin further adds that (in addition to the Kushners—Ed.) Trump’s association with Jewish mafia billionaires…is easily documented. I’m talking about men such as Alexander Mashkevich, Tevfik Arif (not Jewish by birth but a strong Zionist), Felix Henry Sater and Lev Avnerovich Leviev. Look them up for yourself. Jewish Zionist Wilbur Ross (Bilderberg), whom Trump appointed as Secretary of Commerce, was one of the Jewish billionaire Rothschild bankers who bailed Trump out of one of his bankruptcies. “Donald Trump, John Hagee, Zionism And The Chabad,” by Chuck Baldwin, February 14, 2019

[4] http://fortune.com/2019/04/22/iran-oil-waivers-sanctions-trump/

[4a] For instance: https://www.mintpressnews.com/dark-secret-behind-british-billionaire-joe-lewis-parallel-state-in-argentina-patagonia/256068/

[5] https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/White-House-budget-plan-contains-33-billion-in-military-aid-for-Israel-583258

[6] Americans’ credit spending was greater than ever in 2018, as debt levels reached record totals. Overall consumer debt reached $13.3 trillion in the last quarter of 2018, while the total amount of unpaid revolving debt hit $4.1 trillion.

“Consumer Debt Reaches $13 Trillion in Q4 2018,” by Matt Tatham, 3 April 2019. https://www.experian.com/blogs/ask-experian/research/consumer-debt-study/

[7] https://www.usnews.com/news/business/articles/2019-04-16/us-industrial-production-slipped-01-in-march

[8] https://macro.economicblogs.org/mish/2019/04/shedlock-trucking-cass-truck-shipment-index/

[9] http://www.mises.tv/power-market/transportation-boom-ends

[10] “IHS Markit PMI shows slowest U.S. economic growth in 31 months” by Jeffry Bartash, MarketWatch, 18 April 2019. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/ihs-markit-pmi-shows-somewhat-slower-us-economic-growth-in-april-2019-04-18

[11] “U.S. manufacturing mired in soft patch in first quarter” by Lucia Mutikani, Reuters, 16 April 2019

[12] Hillary apparently willing to anything behind the scenes to assist Netanyahu and the Zionists…while pandering to Arab and Muslim supporters. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/clinton-in-newly-revealed-classified-emails-discussed-secret-comms-channel-with-israel

[13] The coexistence of anti-Semitism and right-Wing Zionism “in Trump’s world make sense,” said Todd Gitlin, the Columbia University sociologist and cultural commentator in an email to the Forward. https://forward.com/opinion/354344/steve-bannon-signals-coming-storm-for-jews-in-age-of-donald-trump/

[14] “Breitbart News Network: Born In The USA, Conceived In Israel,” by Larry Solov, Breitbart News Network, 17 November 2015. https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2015/11/17/breitbart-news-network-born-in-the-usa-conceived-in-israel/

[15] https://northshorenumismaticsociety.org/little-known-medal-marks-nazi-zionist-co-operation-in-1933/

also: https://www.coinbooks.org/v20/esylum_v20n54a28.html

[16] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Transfer_Agreement

[17] Ron Dermer, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, in 2016 praised President-elect Donald Trump as a “true friend of Israel” and said he looks forward to working with incoming White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. “Israel has no doubt that President-elect Trump is a true friend of Israel…”

https://www.breitbart.com/middle-east/2016/11/17/israeli-ambassador-u-s-look-forward-working-steve-bannon/

[18] According to testimony given to British lawmakers by a company whistle blower, Christopher Wylie, Cambridge Analytica was founded by billionaire Robert Mercer and Steve Bannon.

In other words, Bannon was likely a kingpin and not just a bit player in what transpired—and probably the real reason he had to leave the White House. “Trump and Brexit: Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Gives Bombshell Testimony to British Lawmakers,” by Pam and Russ Martens, Wall Street on Parade, 27 March 2018

[19] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_Analytica

[20] See “Brexit: A Bucket of Cold Water for You,” by T. Mysiewicz, Renegade Tribune, 27 June 2016. http://www.renegadetribune.com/brexit-bucket-cold-water/

[21] https://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-cambridge-analytica/trump-consultants-harvested-data-from-50-million-facebook-users-reports-idUSKCN1GT02Y

also: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/03/17/facebook-trump-campaign-data-cambridge-analytica-423599

also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_Analytica

[22] https://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-cambridge-analytica/trump-consultants-harvested-data-from-50-million-facebook-users-reports-idUSKCN1GT02Y

[23] https://newsroom.fb.com/news/2018/03/suspending-cambridge-analytica/

[24] Are Cambridge Analytica and SCL Group attempting to evade recent negative coverage, only to re-form and continue their work as part of a new entity? “The news Wednesday about the closure of Cambridge Analytica does not mention Emerdata or its subsidiary Firecrest Technologies…All of the other UK SCL-related companies are still listed as active and have no pending filings….

The business purpose of Emerdata is not known, beyond the general description of “data processing, hosting and related activities”. However, in a channel 4 News report, the SCL Group founder, Nigel Oakes, said it was his understanding that Emerdata was set up to acquire all of Cambridge Analytica and SCL.

“Cambridge Analytica is dead – but its obscure network is alive and well,” by Wendy Siegelman, The Guardian Weekly, 5 May 2018

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/may/05/cambridge-analytica-scl-group-new-companies-names

[25] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpbeOCKZFfQ

[26] “The Cambridge Analytica Scandal Could Provide Hard Evidence of “Israeli” Meddling in Trump Election,” by Adam Garrie, Global Policy and Analysis Think Tank, 20 March 2018

http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/03/20/the-cambridge-analytica-scandal-could-provide-hard-evidence-of-israeli-meddling-in-trump-election/

[27] “BREAKING: Cambridge Analytica CEO Suspended From Duty,” by Adam Garrie, Global Policy and Analysis Think Tank, 20 March 2018

https://eurasiafuture.com/2018/03/20/breaking-cambridge-analytica-ceo-suspended-from-duty/

[28] “Bannon Sold His Stake in Cambridge Analytica, and was Fined for Late Ethics Report,” Hamodia-The Daily Newspaper of Torah Jewry, 20 February 2018

 
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  1. Biff says:

    The Mueller Report = Political Theatre

  2. JimDandy says:

    So, the unhinged and unprecedented frothing-at-the-mouth rage towards Trump displayed by the worst of the Neocons (Bill Kristol, Jennifer Rubin, Max Boot, etc.) is all part of the ruse?

    • Replies: @Tom Mysiewicz
  3. “we were sick of the anti Israel bias of the main stream media and J-street”. That’s just so rich!
    Priceless.
    I agree with the author that impeachment of Trump has always been a joke, however, that doesn’t mean that they haven’t been out to “get” Trump. They, the democrats especially, have been out to wreck Trump’s 2020 chances from the beginning. Throw enough mud etc…? That it may have made Trump a “sympathetic” figure is purely inadvertent. Given that “democrat” is a synonym for “stupid” it’s highly unlikely they would have thought of such an outcome.

  4. I always watching for a point like this (.)
    They missed the point and talk lalaland.

  5. I don’t get what’s so “hidden” or new? Anyone who has read Walt & Mearsheimer knows just about everything.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  6. “There is, I believe, considerable evidence that non-governmental forces acting on behalf of Israel succeeded in placing an individual in charge of the U.S. who is currently redirecting the power and financial resources of the nation to almost entirely serve the interests of a foreign power. (And that entity is not Russia!)”

    Wow, I’ve been looking for an article with this level of truth since this latest cardboard cutout was ushered into office. You shills who will be screaming for evidence I suggest you watch the video below and then tell me Israhell is not in charge of American foreign policy.

    • Replies: @Wally
    , @Alden
    , @Skeptikal
  7. Wait! We have had a president in the last 30 years who hasn’t been a water boy for Israel?
    Even the “Muslim” Obama bent over for that insignificant nation.

    • Replies: @Tom Mysiewicz
  8. An exceptional article and a MUST read for the American public.Kudos to the author for so accurately detailing the realities of Trump’s MAGA and those behind the scenes who are pulling his strings while eviscerating America from Tel Aviv/ Jerusalem.

    • Agree: Johnny Walker Read
  9. MaryLS says:

    Yes, ok. Regardless, the Bush/Clinton/Deep State had to go. I always thought that either Trump was the real deal and would rescue America from the thugs — or that he himself was one of the thugs. Trump was the only choice if you had any hope at all as it should have been obvious to everyone that Clinton was hopelessly corrupt. Either Trump was the great white hope– or there is no hope. The article tells us there is no hope for the free world.

    • Agree: Carolyn Yeager
  10. Breitbart isn’t alt-right. The real alt-right refers to Breitbart as something else whose first syllable rhymes with ‘spike’ , and is thoroughly aware of, and disgusted by, the obvious subversion of the Trump administration by the people it regards as the usual suspects.

    • Replies: @homahr
  11. Good thing the Brits and Australians were in the mix to add a layer of abstraction, eh?

    • Replies: @AWM
  12. homahr says:
    @Short Everything

    I think there are people on the alt-right who are both pro and anti israel. Obviously the pro ones only love israel because israel likes killing brown people.

    • Replies: @Dr. Krieger
    , @FvS
  13. Agent76 says:

    Apr 10, 2019 Congressman Adam Schiff’s Russiagate Delusions Are Not Okay

    Aaron Maté takes on the grand inquistor of the Russiagate conspiracy, Rep. Adam Schiff, methodically dismantling his deceptive claims, one by one.

    14.05.2017 International Cyber Attack: Roots Traced to US National Security Agency

    Over 45,000 ransomware attacks have been tracked in large-scale attacks across Europe and Asia — particularly Russia and China — as well as attacks in the US and South America. There are reports of infections in 99 countries. A string of ransomware attacks appears to have started in the United Kingdom, Spain and the rest of Europe, before striking Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines on May 12. According to Kaspersky Laboratory, Russia, Ukraine, India and Taiwan were hit hardest.

    http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/05/14/international-cyber-attack-roots-traced-us-national-security-agency.html

  14. AWM says:
    @The Alarmist

    Don’t forget the Italians!

  15. Al Liguori says: • Website

    Multigenerational subservience of the Trumps to the Jews
    http://www.chareidi.org/archives5777/voera/afredtrumpvrh77.htm

    …and yet many Jews are after Trump. Why is that? Now that you know about Trump’s wicked friends, learn about Trump’s wicked enemies… Anti-Trump & Pro-Obama, the Pritzkers made Obama. “They’re bigshots in Holocaustianity, pioneers of mortgage-backed derivatives & publish the genocidal Zohar.”

  16. @homahr

    Alt-Right and pro-Israel are mutually exclusive terms. Pro-Israel is alt-Lite at best.

    • Replies: @homahr
  17. It looks to me like the anti-Trump ‘cranks’ are getting the upper hand here at Unz Review. Tom Mysiewicz is known for writing articles of this type for Renegade Tribune, which presents the most highly conspiratorial view of world politics possible. Just because he can create 28 footnotes doesn’t mean that any of them are credible or actually provide evidence for what he is proposing. In this article, most don’t. For example, this paragraph:

    Breitbart’s infatuation with Israel is eerily reminiscent of a similar situation in the 1930s. National Socialist propagandist Josef Goebbels ran a publication called the Algerminer in the 1930s prior to the Second World War. Goebbels was quite sympathetic to Zionist interests, sponsored a fact-finding trip to Palestine and had a commemorative coin issued in honor of this collaboration depicting a swastika on one side and a Jewish hexagram (“Mogen David”) on the obverse.[15]

    Subsequently, the so-called Transfer Agreement saw German Jews brought to Palestine on German ships.[16]

    I can confidently say that this simplified description and ‘conclusion’ misrepresents the actual situation at the time and also misrepresents Josef Goebbels intentions. It’s the same with many of Mysiewicz’s sources intended to back up his argument that Trump is a bought and paid for Israeli asset, and Israel rules the world. What’s really going on is that the Jewish population in every country acts as Israeli assets, which gives them their power. And who is responsible for that? Let’s look first at the English aristocracy.

    Donald Trump is who he is. He has a long history as a public figure and he’s been saying the same things for many years. The idea that he has set out to fool Americans in order to serve the interests of Israel and bring about total Jewish domination over us is not supported by the overall reality. The reality is that every U.S. president has limited power and is beset by opposition at all times (including the fierce Jewish Lobby). That is Democracy as we know it. Those who want to sell two-dimensional comic-book villains to their conspiracy-obsessed readers are doing us all a disservice.

  18. homahr says:
    @Dr. Krieger

    Isn’t Tommy Robinson and other british far-fight/alt-right people extremely pro-israel?

    • Replies: @BADmejr
  19. @Carolyn Yeager

    Not really.

    Trump was adamantly anti-war during his campaign, anti-globalist, anti-FED, anti-Goldman, etc.etc.etc.

    He dog whistled regarding jewish power and insinuated that he’d fight against it.

    He gave the famous speech to jewish Republicans where he taunted them and said he knew they wouldn’t vote for him because he didn’t need their money.

    Trump absolutely led us to believe that he would put America first instead of Israel.

    Then he shit on his base and became the most insanely pro-Israel zealot we have ever seen.

    The southern border is wide open with thousands of invaders pouring in, and they are given WORK PERMITS.

    Trump was a shill to begin with, or they threatened him and his family so he caved.

    I kind of think he was a shill to begin with, that he was always a globalist piece of shit and he lied to us to get elected.

    In any case, Trump actually is a two dimensional comic book villain that hires every neocon he can find and turns his back on people that believed in him.

    It’s sickening and it’s given me great sorrow.

  20. Reagan had his Eleventh Commandment about not speaking ill of fellow Republicans. Herewith, the Twelfth: “Thou shalt not speak ill of Yisroel.”

  21. RobinG says:
    @Robert Dolan

    U.S.S. LIBERTY MEMORIAL SERVICE, JUNE 8, 2019

    “…our June 8, 2019 Memorial Service will be held at the Navy Memorial, 701 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington DC 20004 at noon. I admit it would be more moving to have the service at Section 34, Arlington Cemetery, however, because of security, logistics, and cost issues, the Navy Memorial is the better choice. In any case, prayer and remembrance can occur anywhere the heart is.”

    U.S.S. Liberty Veterans Association
    https://usslibertyveterans.org/pdfs/LVANewsletter-2019-04.pdf

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  22. @Robert Dolan

    The actions taken by Trump, contrary to his election platform are obvious. The question remains why?
    When Schumer told Trump that the Intelligence services could get him 6 ways from Sunday, that wasn’t conjecture, it was an announcement.
    Mueller’s investigation was into just about everything but Russian collusion. Cohen took the hit because they were setting up his wife. When “the Russians” showed up in court contesting the Mueller circus and demanding that evidence be turned over, he folded like a cheap suit.
    As one who predicted Trump would win – only because of his message and massive visible support over Clinton’s “poll” support, I was under no illusion that Trump was a hero. Between Trump and Clinton, the choice of character was, would you rather be hanged or shot.
    That the entire deep state apparatus, with international assistance swung into action with the phony Mueller investigation was a sure sign that Trump’s platform was never going to be allowed. Whether you like Bannon or not, his departure statement – the Trump presidency is dead – has been entirely accurate. The unanswered question is whether that was the plan all along, or whether Trump received an offer that he couldn’t refuse. Until proof otherwise, my view is the latter. This was confirmed yesterday when I saw Mueller’s bullshit political statement which was essentially, the President can’t prove when he stopped beating his wife.

    • Agree: utu
  23. BADmejr says:
    @homahr

    Although the term “Alt Right” has gone out of style these days, the group to which it actually referred is NOT in any way pro-Israel. Tommy Robinson and his like were never Alt Right. The Alt Right is characterized by many things, and some disagree on these, but two things on which no one disagrees is regarding race realism and knowledge of the Jewish question, which means the Alt Right is “anti-semitic” in the eyes of its true enemies. Semitism causes anti-Semitism, and any who refuse to address the Jewish question, and especially those who shill for Israel are NOT Alt Right.

  24. @Curmudgeon

    Good points.

    However…..whether we were intentionally screwed, or unintentionally screwed….

    we’re still SCREWED.

  25. @Carolyn Yeager

    Again, some here are totally unable to face the truth. This is known as cognitive dissonance. If you suffer from this condition please seek help. Here is a good place to start.

    “When a public is stressed and confused, a big lie told repeatedly and unchallenged can become accepted truth.” ~George Orwell

    https://www.sott.net/article/339728-Political-cognitive-dissonance-and-the-psychology-of-soft-slavery

    • Replies: @Wally
  26. anonymous[218] • Disclaimer says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Its been proven already…Breitbart run by jews…

    • Replies: @Wally
  27. Precious says:

    Trump’s tariff war, meanwhile, has imposed new costs on average Americans—not on the Chinese—with industrial production dropping or remaining flat and U.S. trade deficits soaring.

    Not on the Chinese? That is news to them and everyone else…

    China’s economy grew at its slowest pace in 28 years in 2018, with gross domestic product expanding 6.6%, down 0.2 percentage point from the previous year, according to data released Monday by the country’s National Bureau of Statistics.

    The last time economic growth was so tepid was 1990, when the economy slumped in the aftermath of the Tiananmen Square incident. Last year, the economy was hampered by a drive to cut regional government and corporate debt, as well as China’s trade war with the U.S.

    In a nutshell, Trump “jazzed” a brief economic recovery in the U.S. with massive tax cuts for big business and temporary cuts for voters (more bark than bite variety) while increasing the national debt, which these same overtaxed voters will ultimately be on the hook for. At the same time Trump “jawboned” the Federal Reserve to ease monetary policy so interest rates wouldn’t rise as a result of the vast increase in national indebtedness. He has laid the groundwork for eventual hyperinflation (or hyper-stagflation) that may well ruin more of his middle class voters after the 2020 election.

    There has never been hyperinflation in any Western nation other than the Weimar Republic. This has been going on since the Bretton Woods agreement. Trump has been dealing with a coup since he took office, when exactly did he have time to reform or replace our central bank with a new money standard and reform our banking laws? Was he supposed to start a recession the moment he took office so we could start tightening our belts and paying all our debts?

    • Agree: Carolyn Yeager
  28. Wally says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    said:
    “Wow, I’ve been looking for an article with this level of truth since this latest cardboard cutout was ushered into office. You shills who will be screaming for evidence I suggest you watch the video below and then tell me Israhell is not in charge of American foreign policy.”

    Yawn.

    As if Trump is any different from all the other Presidents who have bowed to Jew / Israeli interests.

    The alternative was Hillary.

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  29. Israel is not controlling US politics. Jews are controlling it. American jews are traitors to the USA and pretending its Israel is just giving the jew banker media mob cover. Israel is a smokescreen covering up traitor jews crimes.

    • Replies: @Al Liguori
  30. Wally says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    Quit the strawman arguments.
    People here realize that Trump yields to Jew interests.

    The problem you and those like you have is that none of you have differentiated Trump from other Jew ass kissing Presidents.
    And given the for-Israel wars of Bush & Obama, it’s fair to say that Trump is actually better in that regard.

    You have also not explained why most Jews dislike Trump.

    Now please sit down.

  31. FvS says:
    @homahr

    Israel can be useful to the Alt-Right in two ways.
    1. As a destination for Jewish diaspora relocation.
    2. The existence of the Jewish ethnostate serves as a talking point for white nationalists.

    • Replies: @Al Liguori
    , @Toby
  32. Wally says:
    @anonymous

    So tell us something we don’t know.

  33. @Wally

    Wally, you and Carolyn just keep on believin’, cause Trump gonna’ end those foreign wars, stop the mass invasion of our country, and make Murka great again. Yes sir-e bob, I knows cause Q tolt me so.

  34. @Wally

    Quit sticking up for the LIAR Trump, as he is a LIAR.

    1. Trump promised to put Hillary Clinton in jail.

    On the campaign trail, Trump talked about putting Hillary in jail in just about every city in which he held a rally. But after becoming President, Trump has gushed all over Bill and Hillary, calling them “good friends” and saying they are “good people.” Of course, what he’s said since becoming President IS true. He and the Clintons are good friends. They have been good friends for almost a lifetime. The “good people” part, of course, is just another lousy lie.

    TRUMP LIED!

    2. Trump promised to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C.

    But after becoming President, Donald Trump’s administration is almost a carbon copy of G.W. Bush’s globalist insiders. Trump’s appointment of CFR and Bilderberg swamp creatures matches those of Bush or Obama. If he gets a second term, his appointment of globalists will surpass his predecessors. And his appointment of Zionists already exceeds those of Bush or Obama.

    TRUMP LIED!

    3. Trump promised to reduce deficit spending.

    What a crock of bull manure that promise was! Trump and his fellow Republicans have exploded federal spending and federal deficits to records never seen before. Plus, Trump has superintended over another serious stock bubble that most economists predict is nearing another crash.

    TRUMP LIED!

    4. Trump said that government vaccinations of small children should “stop now,” rightly linking vaccinations to certain diseases such as autism (and even death).

    Now, Trump tells parents that their children “have to get shots.” He repeated: “They have to get their shots.”

    TRUMP LIED!

    [MORE]

    5. Donald Trump promised to get America out of these infernal, incessant foreign wars.

    Talk about a whopper of a lie! Trump never intended to stop America’s foreign wars.

    As I have noted several times in this column:

    Trump has dropped more bombs and missiles on Middle Eastern countries in a comparable period of time than any modern U.S. President. Presidents Bush, Obama and now [2017] Trump have dropped nearly 200,000 bombs and missiles on Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia. Trump’s rate of bombing eclipses both Bush and Obama; and Trump is on a pace to drop over 100,000 [180,000 to be precise] bombs and missiles on Middle Eastern countries during his first term of office—which would equal the number of bombs and missiles dropped by Obama during his entire eight-year presidency.

    Here’s more perspective:

    The United States Government, under the Trump administration, reportedly drops a bomb every 12 minutes, which means that 121 bombs are dropped in a day, and 44,096 bombs per year. The Pentagon’s data show that during George W. Bush’s eight years he averaged 24 bombs dropped per day, that is, 8,750 per year. Over the course of Obama’s time in office, his military dropped 34 bombs per day, 12,500 per year. This shows that even though American presidents are all war criminals, Trump is the most vicious of them all.

    As I said:

    Trump is dropping almost FOUR TIMES MORE BOMBS than Barack Obama and over FIVE TIMES MORE BOMBS than G.W. Bush—which included military invasions of two countries.

    We also know that Trump expanded America’s wars in Afghanistan and Syria (and, no, he is NOT bringing U.S. troops home from Syria) and is ramping up America’s war machine against Venezuela, Somalia, China and Russia. And this does not even take into account the way Trump has given Benjamin Netanyahu’s raunchy racist regime the green light to expand its wars against the Palestinians, Lebanon, Syria and Iran or the U.S./Israeli proxy war (with Saudi Arabia taking the lead) in Yemen.

    Now, Donald Trump is escalating a U.S. war in Iran.

    On Tuesday the US military announced that B-52 Stratofortress strategic bombers will be deployed to the Middle East in response to what US Acting Secretary of Defence Patrick Shanahan dubbed “indications of a credible threat by Iranian regime forces.” (Source)

    “Credible threat” to whom? Does anyone actually believe that Iran poses a “credible threat” to the United States? What a farce! The truth is, Israel has been itching for a war with Iran for almost forever. But typical of the bullying apartheid Zionist State, Israel knows it cannot take on Iran unless the U.S. brings in military assistance. Hence, the Zionist toady Donald Trump is ratcheting up a U.S. war with Iran. Yep! This is just another war for Israel, folks.

    Vice President Mike Pence wasn’t kidding when he told attendees at the recent AIPAC convention: “Her [Israel’s] fight is OUR fight.” Really, Mike? Tell me, when did the American people get to vote on THAT? And please tell me, Mike, where did you find THAT in the Constitution that you took an oath to preserve, protect and defend?

    National Security Advisor John Bolton (CFR) and Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan (CFR) reportedly now have a plan in place to send 120,000 U.S. ground forces to Iran’s doorstep. Donald Trump is inching toward military confrontation with Iran.

    Ladies and gentlemen, under Donald Trump, America’s wars are literally “off the charts.”

    TRUMP LIED!

    6. Donald Trump emphatically promised to build a wall on the U.S./Mexican border, which Mexico would pay for.

    This is one promise I am glad he hasn’t kept. I AM ALL FOR STOPPING ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION. But I do NOT like border walls. I agree with Ron Paul: The same walls that ostensibly are used to keep people out can also be used to keep people IN. Plus, unless the United States is prepared to put military snipers and machine gunners on and around the walls (like Israel does), they do not work.

    But Trump’s lie is not simply about the wall; it is about the entire phony façade that he truly wants to stop illegal immigration. It’s all a BIG, FAT LIE, folks.

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) recently reported the stark truth about Donald Trump’s record on illegal immigration. And like most of the things, the truth is exactly opposite Trump’s rhetoric. ALIPAC produced a factual record of Trump’s immigration policies.

    ALIPAC documents how Trump hasn’t reduced legal immigration levels like he said he would; instead he has raised them. That Trump promised to stop illegal caravans, but instead he has allowed them to enter the U.S.—and has even supplied transportation for many of these illegals, at taxpayer expense, of course. That Trump promised to end Obama’s DACA amnesty, but he has NOT ended DACA. That he promised to oppose amnesty for illegals, but he and son-in-law Jared Kushner have cut a deal with Democrats to actually INCREASE the number of illegals receiving amnesty. That he promised to end birthright citizenship, but hasn’t done it. That he promised to end sanctuary cities, but hasn’t done it. That Trump promised to end the catch-and-release of illegals. But not only has he not ended the practice, he has INCREASED the practice.

    ALIPAC President William Gheen notes:

    Trump’s border wall promise remains 90% broken because a wall will not work as long as Border Patrol catches and releases illegals and escorts them into the USA.

    Gheen goes on to say:

    As you can see from these ten painful facts above [read his article], President Donald J. Trump is conducting the largest fraud ever committed upon the American public.

    We thought we were electing another President Dwight D. Eisenhower, but we got another GW Bush because Trump’s immigration policies and legislative agenda are very similar to the Bush administration.

    We need all Americans to come to terms with these betrayals and begin to organize rapidly to defend against these policies and the new legislative Amnesty push coming from the White House.

    With lifelong Democrats like Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump running the show in the White House and espousing plans to run for President as Democrats one day it makes many of us wonder… Was Trump ever really a Republican at all or merely an actor playing the role of a Judas Goat leading conservatives to our doom?

    If you listen to Trump carefully or read his numerous Tweets, you will see Trump blaming Mexico, Democrats, judges, anyone and everyone but himself for these outrages at our border. Trump wants us to believe it is everyone else’s fault and responsibility but his own, when in truth the illegal immigration buck stops with Trump!

    TRUMP LIED!

    7. Trump said he would release documents investigating 9/11.

    Of course, that was another one of Trump’s monster fibs. He knows 9/11 was not carried out by 19 Muslim hijackers. He knows that his Jewish Mafia buddies were neck-deep in the 9/11 conspiracy. Trump never intended to investigate 9/11. It was all a ruse to fool conservatives and get elected.

    TRUMP LIED!

    8. Donald Trump said he “loved” government whistleblower Julian Assange and called WikiLeaks “amazing.”

    Now that Assange has been arrested by British authorities after Ecuador stripped him of his political asylum and his citizenship was suspended, Trump declared, “I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It’s not my thing.” And you watch: Trump is going to sit back and let the U.S. government and its allies in Europe torture and murder Assange for having the guts to blow the whistle on the U.S. government’s illegal spying on the American people.

    TRUMP LIED!

    Speaking of which…when it came to illegal government spying on the American people, Trump actually DID keep his word. But it’s not a good thing. He told us during his presidential campaign in 2016 that he fully intended to maintain—and even expand—the federal government’s illegal spying on U.S. citizens. And he has definitely kept that promise.

    Under Donald Trump, America’s burgeoning Police State is growing faster than ever. Under Trump, the IRS is not only a tax-gathering agency; it is a spy agency. I could spend almost forever on this point.

    9. Trump promised the American people that he would be the greatest Pro-Second Amendment President the country has ever seen.

    Since becoming President, however, Donald Trump has foisted more gun-control laws on the American people than Barack Obama.

    Trump signed the worthless “bump-stock” ban into law. Trump repeatedly says that he is open to siding with Democrats in supporting additional gun control legislation. Plus, Trump is enthusiastically championing (along with Republicans Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham) one of the most—if not THE MOST—dangerous, draconian and downright Stalinesque gun-control laws to ever be proposed in the United States: “red flag” gun confiscation laws.

    Since Trump’s emphatic call for law enforcement to “take the guns first and go through due process second,” 15 states and the District of Columbia have passed these communist “red flag” laws, and THOUSANDS of innocent Americans, who did not commit a crime, did not threaten to commit a crime, were not accused of committing a crime—and without a hearing, without a trial and without any constitutional due process—have ALREADY had their guns CONFISCATED by police. And who is the chief promoter of these unconstitutional gun confiscations? President Donald Trump.

    TRUMP LIED!

    10. Trump promised to make America great.

    But since taking office, Donald Trump has done everything he can, not to make America great, but to make Israel great.

    After Trump was elected, I predicted:

    2017 will see a tsunami of Zionistic thought and theology immersing the church. Ultra-Zionists in Congress such as John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Ted Cruz are preparing to launch a fresh Israel-First political campaign like this country has never seen. And I predict that Donald Trump will likewise launch his own Israel-First campaign from the White House. (Source)

    They did, and he did.

    TRUMP LIED!

    Then again, should we expect anything different? Secretary of State and former CIA Director Mike Pompeo admitted (gleefully) that “we [he and President Trump by the inferred chain of command] lie, cheat and steal.” He went on to say, “We [have] entire training courses [on how to lie, cheat and steal].” Of course, Pompeo claims to be an ardent Christian. BARF!

    From what I can tell, an Internet blogger by the name of Fred Reed is a sarcastic skeptic when it comes to religion. And I certainly do NOT share many of his sentiments and statements (and I wouldn’t use his language). However, he wrote a blog entitled Christians Who Hate, specifically pointing to Mike Pence and Mike Pompeo. And I have to tell you, the bulk of what he said in this blog is spot-on. And, truth be told, if I wasn’t already a devoted disciple of Jesus Christ—and I had to judge Christ and Christianity by the likes of Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, GW Bush, Robert Jeffress, John Hagee and Jerry Falwell Jr.—I would probably be a sarcastic skeptic too.

    The point of all of this is: Donald Trump is a pathological liar, and anyone who still believes a word he says is gullible beyond belief. The greater problem is, this man’s deceit and duplicity has the potential to plunge America into World War III and the mother of all depressions—not to mention a Police State to rival Mao’s China.

    I’m not faulting anyone who voted for Donald Trump. You couldn’t stomach Hillary Clinton (neither can I). He told you what you wanted to hear. And you believed him. What else could you do? But there is absolutely no excuse—NONE—for continuing to believe this total phony after over two years of his myriad and continual lies and deceptions.

    Sooner or later, conservatives and Christians are going to wake up to the fact that Donald Trump is the consummate corrupt CON MAN. My fear is that they will not wake up in time for America to be spared from what this fraud is about to rain down upon the world.

    https://chuckbaldwinlive.com/Articles/tabid/109/ID/3875/TRUMP-LIED.aspx

    • Agree: Al Liguori
    • Replies: @BaronAsh
  35. @Robert Dolan

    It’s sickening and it’s given me great sorrow.

    What should sicken you is how hopelessly dumb you are. Every sentence you wrote here is simply dumb. It’s a great sorrow to me if your name is really “John Dolan.” But it might not be.

  36. unseated says:
    @Precious

    Here in Australia we can only dream of GDP growth of 6.6%. What is it like in the US? I just checked – it is annualized 3.1% in the first quarter of 2019. Well done! Ours is 0.2%. And kudos to China.

  37. @Precious

    Bretton Woods is what historically has kept Russia ideologically opposed to the combined West. Putin is continuing Stalin’s work, so he is hated.

    China has been expected to slow to 6.5% growth for a couple years now, Trump tariffs are not doing much. They have manufacturing, so can foster new industries to fill holes in the market quicker. It’s getting fairly rich, $25-30k for large cities, so it won’t be breaknecking it. But if it spends more on R&D as it is doing, it will keep its engine running.

    As for Tiananmen, that’s just more psyops.

    • Replies: @Precious
  38. @Curmudgeon

    The unanswered question is whether that was the plan all along, or whether Trump received an offer that he couldn’t refuse.

    No, those are not the questions. You were closer when you wrote:

    the phony Mueller investigation was a sure sign that Trump’s platform was never going to be allowed.

    When has it ever been allowed? You’re not an American, but most Americans are grateful that Trump is strong enough to withstand the battering he and his wife and family have taken over these two and a half years. Your wimpy Canadian PM Trudeau certainly doesn’t have that kind of grit. We’re now enjoying a front row seat to the investigations being conducted into some of the real villains against our country for a change. Our president is a hero. I’d say we’re doing just fine.

    • LOL: renfro
  39. RobinG says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Does anyone actually “write for” Renegade Tribune? Seems like it’s reposts from elsewhere, like this one from Another Day in the Empire (Kurt Nimmo)

    Breitbart, Infowars: Defenders of Mass Murder and Ethnic​ Cleansing
    http://www.renegadetribune.com/breitbart-infowars-defenders-of-mass-murder-and-ethnic%e2%80%8b-cleansing/

    [MORE]

    Over at Reddit, somebody posted an Infowars video where a host sitting in for Alex Jones claims the corporate media in the US is making up “fake news” about Israel.

    This is neocon and Likudnik propaganda. It is well-known by neutral observers that The New York Times, The Washington Post, and their ilk have consistently defended, glossed over, or ignored the manifest crimes of the Israeli state. The apartheid state of Israel excels in murdering women and children—and medics, journalists, and activists (Rachel Corrie comes to mind)—and because it is Israel, it gets a free pass.

    The Infowars host, the kid talking to the camera, is a know-nothing. He is trapped in a vicious circle of hatred for Democrats and “leftists,” in response to their hatred of Republicans and “conservatives.”

    Meanwhile, the crimes continue, more brazen than ever. Donald Trump has served as an over-the-top booster for Zionism.

    Many of you know I was the editor of Infowars. I worked there for eight years before Alex Jones fired me for refusing to jump on the Trump bandwagon.

    During my time at Infowars, I was the only person on-staff that consistently criticized the neocons. The other writers (with the exception of Paul Joseph Watson) rarely if ever addressed in-depth geopolitical issues, mostly because they knew zero about what was going on outside of the little control-freak media world Alex Jones created. Watson, however, no longer does this. He spends most of his time ranting about Islam and reposting articles by the Zionist Pam Geller.

    Infowars is on par with Breitbart, an unapologetic supporter of Israel’s crimes against humanity. In 2015, the website posted an article titled “Breitbart News Network: Born in the USA, Conceived in Israel.” That pretty much says it all.

  40. BaronAsh says:

    A poor article (unusual with Unz).
    First, apart from mentioning it’s over in first paragraph, it has NOTHING to do with the Mueller report. It’s a reasonable diatribe about how the Izzies have their hands on the American Presidential throat. Name me one President for whom that has not been the case since the 1950s. One: Obama (maybe). And what a totalitarian, police state disaster he was. Maybe in order to do all that he had to do an end run around most of the Izzy agents in the USG, or maybe it was a highly principled stand. But apart from him, nobody. Well, maybe Kennedy, actually, but look what they did to him?

    As for Flynn: he knew about many of the misdeeds of the previous administration. They took advantage of a neophyte administration fending off Sally Yates Russian Collusion initiative via a corrupt FBI Director to pressure them to let Flynn go – a terrible newbie mistake telegraphing weakness to all his enemies.

    So that being said, what’s his point. That Trump is exceptionally corrupt despite no collusion with Russia because he’s controlled by Izzies?

    Rather feeble if you ask me. I expect better in Unz.

  41. @Carolyn Yeager

    Carolyn,
    As much as I respect your work, I have to disagree with you.
    Trump has backtracked on every one of his campaign promises. So you can’t really say that he withstood the battering.
    He signed the first bad budget bill (no wall funding) and said,
    “Ryan tricked me!”
    He stupidly signed the second bad budget deal (no wall) and said,
    “Mitch lied to me!”

    C’mon.

    He should have shut the government down forever.

    He promised to keep us out of stupid wars in the ME, then he hired every neocon he could find.
    He even hired neocons that we’d forgotten about!

    He said he was going to do an EO on birthright citizenship. Backed down.

    He hired Nielsen, an open borders lunatic.

    The new DHS guy is also an Obama holdover/open borders asshole.

    Kusnher and Graham have drafted new immigration legislation for amnesty and higher levels
    of immigration.

    Trump SAYS what we want to hear, then does NOTHING.

    Nothing about sanctuary cities. Nothing about E-verify. Nothing about birthright citizenship.
    Nothing about the Visa lottery. No wall to speak of, maybe a few miles.

    His fraud on immigration is handing the democrats permanent power and he has to know this.

    Yes…..the nose has fought him at every turn, you’re right about that.

    But Israel got 38 billion dollars, while we get more mexicans.

    I have lost all faith in the man.

  42. BaronAsh says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    I think you make many good points.
    I am not yet convinced, however, that blaming Trump for most of these deficiencies is entirely accurate.
    One small example: he ordered Brennan’s security clearance to be revoked. A small thing. The DNI (or whoever) refused. It didn’t happen.
    Now: if he can’t get that little thing done, then how can he get most of the things in your list done?

    Answer: even if he were as pure as the driven snow and entirely impeccable, would the results on your list be all that different?

    I doubt it.

    LIke most Trump critics, you refuse to acknowledge how much he has been under vicious, unprinciples, illegal and treasonous attack since before he took the oath.

    Therefore, methinks thou dost protest too much!

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  43. Corvinus says:

    “The Mueller Report is done, and from the digest made public, its conclusion of no collusion to “fix” the last election by the Russian or “other” foreign governments does not surprise me. ”

    You are repeating a lie.

    Here is the fact of the matter. Mueller is part of the criminal investigation, his work coincides and intersects with the Congressional AND counterintelligence investigations, which are ongoing. So the entire investigation is a three-pronged effort. The only “finality” is that Mueller himself will not issue new indictments. He is issuing a report according to Justice regulations about what he found, but it is NOT a definitive, conclusive statement that will address every single angle and nuance of the entire investigation.

    The report is from the perspective of the issues that he was initially to address as the goal (collusion), and then from his work, went into other areas related and relevant to his goal. This investigation is NOT squarely Mueller’s…it consists of two other components. There is still Mueller’s grand jury, the other cases (Gates, Flynn, Cohen), along with other federal jurisdictional cases (DC, southern district of New York, northern Virginia). And, there are still dozens of sealed indictments.

    Furthermore, Justice cannot charge a crime to someone or discuss in detail their consideration of charging a crime to someone unless they meet the 90% certainty threshold–beyond a reasonable doubt–which is a daunting, and appropriate, level. Of course, that does not mean that there will not be future charges as a result of the ongoing investigations that meet that threshold, or that evidence uncovered as a result of the ongoing investigations will not lead to new charges.

    The Special Counsel’s Office exercised its judgment regarding what to investigate and did not, for instance, investigate every public report of a contact between the Trump Campaign and Russian-affiliated individuals and entities.

    In August 2017, Rosenstein *explicitly* authorized Mueller to investigate criminal charges on the subject of whether Page, Manafort, or Papadopoulos were “colluding” (the exact term used!) with the Russians.

    Mueller’s summary of the Report’s content does NOT say he looked at conspiracy with anyone BUT Russian government officials. That means that Barr probably has misrepresented the Report in saying that it looked at conspiracy with *all* Russian nationals.

    The report also explicitly says that “did not establish” does NOT mean “there was no evidence”. So pundits will quite rightly distinguish between “did not establish [beyond a reasonable doubt]” and “no evidence” of conspiracy (or “coordination,” which Mueller apparently defined identically as “conspiracy”).

    Moreover, Barr’s use of “collusion” AT MOST referred to “Scenario 1 [of 4]”—collusion by criminal conspiracy. His *political trick* was to pretend he was referring to all four types, which the report clearly outlines.

    (1) Collusion by conspiracy (a crime)*
    (2) Collusion by other crimes (a crime)*
    (3) Noncriminal collusion (a national security threat)*
    (4) Noncriminal collusion (an ethical offense)

    So it appears that Mueller anticipated the Trump-Barr line of political rhetoric and fully defuses it in the first two pages of his Report.

    • Replies: @Alden
  44. @BaronAsh

    Maybe I’m just tired of settling for the lesser of two evils.

    Maybe I’m just tired of promises made that are never kept.

    Maybe I’m just tired of seeing the national dept continue to skyrocket.

    Maybe I’m just tired of the crumbling infrastructure of my country being ignored while billions upon billions are given to other countries in the form of foreign aid.

    Maybe I’m just tired of never ending wars that drain my country of blood and treasure.

    Maybe I’m just tired of putting my faith in some politician promising the world and never delivering.

    Maybe I’m just tired of the right/left, Republican/Democrat game.

    Maybe I’m just tired of “settling” period.

    • Replies: @Tom Mysiewicz
  45. Just like the vague conclusions of the commission which investigated the 9/11 and didn’t reveal the real story, Robert Mueller did the same by deceiving the people and didn’t reveal the real story of his investigation into 2016 election. By announcing in detail yesterday as how the Russians manipulated the election in 2016 Mueller completely failed to describe that some of the Russians involved in meddling were Russian Zionists with ties to the Russian mobs! So far this is the 2nd event that they’ve gotten away with it. It’s so sad to see the extend of their involvement in the US government affairs!!!!

    • Replies: @Alden
  46. @Wally

    You have also not explained why most Jews dislike Trump.

    See comment #15’s Twitter links.

    Trump is a pawn (maybe a rook) in intra-tribal warfare: Prtitzker/Soros/Rothschild Jews v. Chabad Jews.

  47. Al Liguori says: • Website
    @FvS

    Israel can be useful to the Alt-Right in two ways.
    1. As a destination for Jewish diaspora relocation.…

    Pitcairn Island is more apropos, though still a bit too large and too hospitable a clime… maybe a smallish asteroid.

  48. Toby says:
    @FvS

    Israel shall be a light unto the nations…

    The State of Israel as a Light unto the Nations. In his writings and speeches, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973) emphasized his vision of the state of Israel as a moral and social beacon to the whole world, and by that, in his view, it shall implement the vision of the prophets.

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  49. @Robert Dolan

    Trump was adamantly anti-war during his campaign, anti-globalist, anti-FED, anti-Goldman, etc.etc.etc.

    Trump is still anti-war and anti globalist, critical of the FED and he and his Goldman economic advisor (Cohn) parted company with Trump saying the reason was Cohn was a globalist while he Trump was a nationalist, so they couldn’t come together. If you think any president can just do away with all these things you mention, you are very naive, even childish.

    I remember during Trump’s campaign, he was speaking to a small rally in the West, maybe California, and one man stood up and asked his position on Israel as a criminal, enemy nation (not his exact words). Trump seemed genuinely shocked, all he could say was, ‘We all love Israel … don’t we? Israel is great, Israel is our friend’ … like that, then went on to someone else’s question. Trump also praised Israel when he spoke to AIPAC and said then he would move the US embassy to Jerusalem. So you are cherry-picking things he said that fit your “poor me” scenario of being lied to.

    • Disagree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  50. Art says:

    The greatest evil in America is not “liberalism” – it is JEWS. There has always been a left and a right – that is natural, that is how things get worked out.

    However, Jews control the left, right, and center in America. Everywhere you turn, there is a Jew jamming up the works, creating unsolvable obstacles.

    On any given day, Trump is left or right or center – he swings with the self-serving breeze.

    But Trump is one way, on one subject – JEWS. He never wavers. That is America’s biggest problem. That is what this truthful article says.

    Kudos kudos kudos!

    Think Peace — Do No Harm — Art

    p.s. Can not believe that some good people on UR, still support Trump.

    p.s. Because he cannot manage congress – Trump is now going to start a civil war in Mexico over immigration into the US (5% import tax).

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  51. @Carolyn Yeager

    You didn’t address immigration at all. You sidestep the issue because you know it’s unforgivable.

    Even if I give Zion Don a pass on hiring every old neocon in sight, I still can’t forgive his idiotic
    missteps on immigration.

    Trump’s failures on immigration are so epic, so massive, so not what he promised…..it’s stunning.

    Trump ran on building a border wall, promised to stop illegal immigration, talked about deportations-
    he actually convinced the base that he was going to save America.

    That’s why I voted for him.

    Yet, he failed to deliver on any of his signature promises. Record numbers of invaders are pouring in, getting asylum, are being given work permits, while DNA testing shows that they aren’t even family units.

    And Trump says he wants MORE immigration! As I mentioned before, Kushner and Graham have drafted legislation for amnesty and higher levels of immigration.

    It’s INSANE and it’s directly contradictory to what he said he was going to do.

    CA is gone. Texas and Florida turn blue soon. Apparently Trump has no intention of doing anything
    to stop this demographic disaster, and for that he deserves a special place in hell.

    • Replies: @Art
    , @Carolyn Yeager
  52. @Toby

    “Despite being surrounded by religious and restrictive countries, Tel Aviv’s blossoming LGBT community is progressive and open-minded, making the city not only a favourite gay tourist destination but also often a refuge for homosexuals from neighbouring countries who have experienced persecution.”

    WTFU brainwashed Zio-Christians..

    https://theculturetrip.com/middle-east/israel/articles/why-tel-aviv-is-one-of-the-most-lgbt-friendly-cities-in-the-world/

  53. Again, I want to thank Tom Mysiewicz for his excellent and extremely well researched article “The Hidden Side of the Mueller Report”. I am looking forward to more opinion pieces by this man. As you can tell from many of the deniers here Tom, truth is indeed a lonely warrior. I hope Ron continues to feature your work. God bless.

  54. Art says:
    @Robert Dolan

    And Trump says he wants MORE immigration! As I mentioned before, Kushner and Graham have drafted legislation for amnesty and higher levels of immigration.

    As Jews all over the world begin to feel the hot breath of anti-Israel condemnation – they need a place to move too.

    Gee – how about America – says Kushner?

    Jews fit the criteria of the new Jarrad immigrate plan.

    Do No Harm — Art

  55. @Art

    p.s. Can not believe that some good people on UR, still support Trump.

    Please tell us who you support? You guys always leave that out. Your friend, the author Tom, left that detail out too.

    Are you going to run for U.S. President in 2020? If we defeat Trump, what will we have? Don’t evade answering this vital question.

    • Replies: @Art
    , @Miro23
  56. @Robert Dolan

    See my reply to Art. The question is ‘If not Trump, then whom?’

    You two are like whining toddlers with no reasoning power. Do you ever write to the President and complain to him directly? I do. You can email him just as easily as you email here. You might consider getting off your duff and running for office, since you have all the answers and seem to think it’s easy.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  57. Precious says:
    @Ilya G Poimandres

    Trump tariffs are not doing much.

    China’s manufacturing activity contracted more than expected for in the month of May amid a bitter trade war with the U.S., Chinese government data showed on Friday. The official manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for May came in at 49.4, lower than the 49.9 economists polled by Reuters had forecast. April’s reading was 50.1. PMI readings above 50 indicate expansion, while those below that signal contraction.

    For China, the PMI is among economic indicators that investors globally watch closely for signs of trouble amid domestic headwinds and the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute. “Obviously, the investor concern is now shifting from the sustainability of Chinese growth recovery to how fast the economy is slowing,” said Jian Chang, chief China economist at Barclays Asia Pacific. The most recent U.S. tariff hike “clearly played a role in driving down China’s orders and demand and also consumer and business sentiment,” Chang told CNBC’s “Street Signs.”

  58. Tom Mysiewicz [AKA "Author"] says:
    @JimDandy

    The individuals you name are fanatical supporters of the Zionist state. Looking at what Mr. Trump has done to date vis a vis Israel, how can that not be the case, i.e., that their criticism was a ruse? Suggested reading is the Thomas Friedman book “From Beirut to Jerusalem” where he recounts how covert Arab assets of the Israelis were deliberately attacked in the Israeli press to increase their credibility on the Arab “street.” If you read my article carefully–especially on the microtargeting of the disaffected white minority–you will see that such attacks by Neocons were necessary and entirely predictable.

    • Replies: @Alden
  59. Tom Mysiewicz [AKA "Author"] says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    You have captured the essence of my article!

  60. Tom Mysiewicz [AKA "Author"] says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    And these dark forces (undoubtedly exposed by the mythical “Q”) curiously failed to stop Trump’s Israelocentric enactments and policies? Seems they are pro-Israel and against Trump’s base by your reasoning. Which is one of the points my article makes indirectly.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  61. Tom Mysiewicz [AKA "Author"] says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Have you seen the March 22nd, 2019 Times of Israel piece indicating Trump had converted several years ago and is a member of the Chabad sect? I can’t find it online but it wouldn’t surprise me.

  62. Tom Mysiewicz [AKA "Author"] says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Suggest you reread my piece. The trade gap has widened and the Chinese recession was underway long before Trump announced the tariffs. The Chinese economy is contracting because of the massive debt load held by Chinese companies and the overall worldwide recession (caused by the rising U.S. dollar–much world debt is denominated in dollars. When the ollar soars, their debt burden crushed their economies.)

    If you study Mr. Trump’s history, you’ll see he has a habit of taking credit for unrelated events. And for doing things like closing a major business contract with an unsigned copy of an alleged agreement with other parties. Had something to do with a railroad property in New York, I think.

    BTW: I studied economics with one of three direct pupils of Ludwig Von Mises.

  63. Tom Mysiewicz [AKA "Author"] says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Carolyn:

    This comment is ad hominum and convinces me you are Sayanim. My pieces are thoroughly researched as evidenced by your personal attack on me and not the facts. In one place you ask if anyone really writes for Renegade, and then accuse me of writing for it.

    You presume to know the mind of Josef Goebbels I cannot make a conclusion on the actual, documented events..FACTS? It’s documented that leading members of the Stern Gang (such as Shamir and Begin) were on the Axis side until well into 1942. Admiral Canaris provided the Jewish Lubbavitcher “Rebbe” Schneerson and his family safe passage in and out of the Warsaw Ghetto. What was he thinking–have you any telepathic revelations on the subject.

    I base my conclusions on facts and observations. You, in light of what you said on tariffs, have another methodology. And, sadly, I am an “anti-Trump crank” who voted for Trump as the lesser of two evils and now regrets it. Mea culpa!

  64. An outstanding article.

  65. Tom Mysiewicz [AKA "Author"] says:
    @Chris Mallory

    Your grasp of jurisprudence is remarkable. Do you allege Russia rigged voting machines or destroyed ballots? What, precisely did Russia do to swing the election in favor of Trump? This is nonsense. Except for the U.S., no state player–even Israel–would be so careless as to risk being implicated in such a scandal. Because that would swing public opinion against the interests of the offending state.

    Trump cannot be prosecuted for any crimes related to this while in office, as Mueller pointed out. So these avenues were not pursued. Which is what I allude to in my article.

    A serious question: what is the definition of treason in the U.S. Constitution? I’m not sure there is one.

    • Replies: @RobinG
    , @Alden
  66. @Carolyn Yeager

    Carolyn,

    You are a kook.

    I’m a long time immigration activist.

    I spend hours at protests in the hot sun. I risk my life at townhalls where I am one of five white people in a hall filled with angry mexicans that threaten to kill me.

    I’ve done more in one week for this country than you have have done in your entire miserable low IQ existence.

    You still have not addressed even ONE of the facts I gave regarding Trump’s sellout on immigration.

    Trump is a shabbos goy sellout POS, and so are you.

  67. anarchyst says:
    @RobinG

    Now if we could just get the “mainstream media” to publicize the memorial event, we might get somewhere…
    I’ll bet that there will be not a “peep” from the mainstream media…

  68. Art says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Are you going to run for U.S. President in 2020? If we defeat Trump, what will we have?

    NO and anyone else!

    I would rather have Biden then Trump – to me Trump means war – the Dems are not going to give away the store to Israel like Trump is doing.

    As long as the GOP holds the Senate – real bad economic things can be stopped.

    The 1% and the Jew oligarchs are out of control – they own Trump – things have to change in a major way. The GOP is doing NOTHING. The GOP big wigs just suck up to the Jew big wigs.

    Trumps economic moves have already peaked and are stalling.

    Money has to flow to the middle class people again. Period.

    Think Peace — Art

  69. RobinG says:
    @Tom Mysiewicz

    Are you really the author? Why doesn’t your post have a yellow background – like every other author?

    Were you responding to another post? (This reply is N/A.)

    Treason is defined.

    • Replies: @Art
  70. Alden says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    I don’t think any Unz readers need any more proof that Israel has ruled American foreign policy since Truman. There were just a couple refusals by Eisenhower and Kennedy to comply with Israel orders. But since November 1963 every president has been an Israel puppet.

    • Replies: @Art
  71. @Art

    Sorry to say both “parties” are going to give the store away when it comes to Israel. Yes, even the sainted Tulsi Gabbard has taken her pull on the kosher sausage.

    • Replies: @Art
  72. Alden says:
    @Tom Mysiewicz

    In America, the treasonous act must be done in time of war to aid the enemy.

    Since we’re not at war with Israel or Russia whatever anyone does to help those countries is not treason. All the Israeli and in the old days, Russian theft of military information and materials didn’t fit the definition of treason since we weren’t at war with those countries.

    The constitution is whatever one federal state or even municipal Judge says it is.

  73. Alden says:
    @Tom Mysiewicz

    I have a book about Abu Nidal. He was a big anti Israel bogeyman for decades. The author claims the evil anti semitic Nidal was an Israeli operative all along. The purpose was to supply a bogey man to scare gullible American Jews into giving more and more money and lobby for the American tax payers to give even more to help Israel. He also allegedly gave Israel information about Palestinian activists.

    It’s pretty well known that even 100 years ago the zionists had plenty of spies and operatives in the Arab organizations.

  74. Alden says:
    @Monty Ahwazi

    Neither Mueller nor his 3 year investigation came up with one concrete, actual thing the Russians did to influence the election. So some Russians may might have set up a website that some American voters may, might have looked at. BFD

    • Replies: @Monty Ahwazi
  75. Alden says:
    @Corvinus

    Your post makes no sense at all from a legal civil or criminal law enforcement point of view. You kept writing about collusion. Exactly what did Trump or his associates DO that constitutes collusion? 3 years of investigation and Mueller has found NOTHING that constitutes collusion.

    For your simple minded incoherent self: for example the crime of theft. Something must be taken. Robbery, something must be taken from the physical person who owns or legally possesses it. Burglary burglar must go inside a building.

    So, what exactly was the ACT of collusion? Mueller found nothing. The only people who are interested any more are the same old same old ultra liberals who hate Whites, Republicans , and Trump/

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  76. @Art

    There is no assurance Biden or any other particular Dem candidate will become the nominee. But you can be sure it will be someone bad. What you’re really saying is: Anybody but Trump. That is called Trump Derangement Syndrome.

    • Replies: @Art
    , @Polemos
    , @renfro
  77. And so it begins…

    “US Coalition Attacks Syrian Oil Transport Boats On Euphrates River”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-31/us-coalition-attacks-syrian-oil-tankers-euphrates-river

  78. Corvinus says:
    @Alden

    This investigation is way above your intellectual pay grade. I dumbed down the comment especially for your ilk to understand what is going on. Just keep putting your hands over your face and say “Nothing to see here, move along”.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Alden
  79. @Tom Mysiewicz

    In one place you ask if anyone really writes for Renegade, and then accuse me of writing for it.

    Correction: I did not “ask” if anyone really writes for Renegade. That was someone else. And Tom Mysiewicz certainly has quite a number of articles at Renegade. If T.M. doesn’t want them to publish his articles, I’m sure he could tell them so and they would stop. This error doesn’t give one confidence that your research is carefully done, and it’s clear to me it isn’t.

    I know much more about the mind of Josef Goebbels than you do. Am familiar with everything you mentioned here, but, unlike you, know enough about the background to not turn each individual piece of knowledge into a giant conspiracy of my own making. I have covered it all in my articles [for example https://carolynyeager.net/elie-wiesel-and-mossad-part-1%5D and my book https://carolynyeager.net/book-update-3rd-edition-now-available , a translation of Hermann Giesler’s memoir of his close association with Hitler.

    I am also, like Robin, not convinced that you are Tom Mysiewicz, but are likely just another anonymous crank. All the worse for T.M. is that is so.

  80. Art says:
    @Alden

    But since November 1963 every president has been an Israel puppet.

    But since November 1963 every president has been a reluctant Israel puppet.

    That is except Trump – he has been an enthusiastic supporter (maybe Johnson also).

  81. Art says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    Sorry to say both “parties” are going to give the store away when it comes to Israel. Yes, even the sainted Tulsi Gabbard has taken her pull on the kosher sausage.

    Yes – it is sad.

    Israeli security – Israeli security – Israeli security — those two words are part of Washington’s DNA. Deny those words and lightening will strike you dead in DC.

    The fact is that Gabbard has served against mutual US/Israeli enemies – surly that has influenced her.

    I am for Peace, even for Jews – I also do not want a blood bath in Israel.

    I still believe that Gabbard is anti war with Iran. A pure and total anti-Israel stance.

    Think Peace — Art

  82. Art says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    What you’re really saying is: Anybody but Trump. That is called Trump Derangement Syndrome.

    That is not a fair statement – I voted for him and supported him. His actions lost my support.

    Art

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  83. Miro23 says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Please tell us who you support? You guys always leave that out. Your friend, the author Tom, left that detail out too.

    Are you going to run for U.S. President in 2020? If we defeat Trump, what will we have? Don’t evade answering this vital question.

    Local democracy is better than the centralized US system. But if you’re stuck with Washington, you could try a whole new party focused on one issue.

    In the UK is was Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party that promised a British exit from the EU. It’s only 6 weeks old but won the recent UK elections for the European Parliament, completely trashing the historic Conservative and Labour parties who avoided the issue.

    The US equivalent would be an Anti-Immigration Party led by a leader 100% committed to stopping mass legal (and illegal) immigration.

    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
  84. Anon[262] • Disclaimer says:
    @Curmudgeon

    He received the offer on election night. The real-time poll agglomerate I was following simply couldn’t update Georgia and other states.. tv commentators were stuck in a loop.. then tv stations announced .. and the first words out of Trump’s mouth were “sorry to keep you waiting, complicated business”. He had agreed not to prosecute Hillary in exchange for an easy recognition of his triumph. And so the enemy was free to persecute him..

  85. @Tom Mysiewicz

    This comment is ad hominum and convinces me you are Sayanim. My pieces are thoroughly researched as evidenced by your personal attack on me and not the facts.

    Again, you are incorrect. Where is the ad hominum in my comment? Where is the personal attack? You just called me Sayanim which is pretty serious. I criticized the basis of your article. I am beginning to think that all this extreme anti-Trump talk on Unz comes from democrats and/or agents of one sort or another whose job is to sow hatred, discord and chaos in the U.S. elections (sort of like Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff) since you have no suggestions or solutions for replacing what you want to destroy.

    • Replies: @Tom Mysiewicz
  86. @Alden

    @Alden,
    Obviously you have not read or at least reviewed the Mueller’s Report or watched the Mueller’s brief and televised report. He eloquently explained in detail as to how the “Russians” manipulated our election by reaching out to and misinforming the uninformed Americans systematically. However, Mr. Mueller did not elaborate on the background of the 20 indicted Russians which it was disappointing. BTW, there are plenty of findings in the Mueller’s written report and his findings have to be read over and over and in depth.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Alden
  87. @Art

    That is not a fair statement – I voted for him and supported him. His actions lost my support.

    That is a fair statement bc you first said you preferred Biden to Trump. Biden would be much, much worse than trump on immigration. But Biden would never get elected!
    So which issue do you care most about? Israel or immigration? I think you’re just angry.

    • Replies: @Art
  88. Alden says:
    @Corvinus

    Okay moron,please cite one,just one violation of a city,county, state, or federal criminal or civil code Trump violated. Come on, Jews aren’t the only people who can read civil and penal codes.

    Cite one felony or misdemeanor you jewish supremacist. Just because a supremacist jew claims something,doesn’t mean it’s true. In fact,when supremacist jew says something, the opposite is usually true.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  89. Alden says:
    @Corvinus

    You didn’t answer my question. What did Trump DO that is a violation of a civil,administrative or criminal code. That’s because Trump did not commit any violations. You didn’t answer my question. You just tried to change the subject by attacking me as a dumb goy. There’s a yiddish word for for attacking an opponent instead of answering a question. I forget what it is. Answer my question,just what laws,criminal,civil or administrative did Trump violate?

  90. Alden says:

    Too many White Americans hoped Trump would save us from the attacks that have been ongoing for the last 60 years. But no president can save us. I accepted that decades ago. I like Trump for one reason. The media, big business,small business, capitalists,entertainment industry,education from pre school to PHD level hates us. They hate Trump too. So voting for Trump infuriates the same people who hate us. That’s the reason for being pro Trump.

  91. Alden says:
    @Monty Ahwazi

    In 3 years Mueller did not find one administrative,civil or criminal city county state or federal law violation. Some Russians had a website on which was posted news about the election. BFD!!!!!!!

    You’re not an attorney are you? If you were,you’d know the difference between unproven allegations and some kind of law breaking,tort, sharp practice whatever that could be prosecuted or the grounds for a civil suit.

    There’s nothing in that report.

  92. Alden says:
    @Monty Ahwazi

    You didn’t notice the Clinton campaign and the overpowering pro Clinton media”reaching out and misinforming Americans”? The media does that every single day 24 hours a day,nothing but misinformation,coverups and out right lies. They’ve quickly switched from” if we look long and hard enough we’ll find some kind of crime.” Now the mantra is ” let’s get him on a generality of unfitness for office.

    You have no legal training. It’s obvious you’ve never been involved in any kind of litigation. Never heard of cause of action or violation of a law code. You’re so naive you’ll believe anything somebody named Mueller talks about on TV.

    What exactly did Trump DO. What violation of an administrative civil or criminal code did Trump DO? Trump did nothing wrong and Mueller and the liberals know they found nothing. so they are just starting from scratch allover again hoping to convince idiots like you that there is something,anything.

    So some Russians posted something on the internet. BFD

    Boo Hoo,Trump didn’t save us so now you hate him.

    • Replies: @Monty Ahwazi
  93. Art says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Biden would be much, much worse than trump on immigration.

    Sorry but, who could be worse then Trump — as a leader – he is a total loser on immigration. Our country is going backwards.

    Things just get worse – now he is penalizing our neighbor Mexico because he cannot lead America to an immigration solution.

    We on our side of the issues, need to begin to see the whole picture of his administration – not just the opposition. He bears some responsibility for much of the crazed opposition.

    He is the president – he needs to lead us to solutions – not spend his time saving his ego.

    How much of our country’s disfunction – is his personal disfunction?

    Think Peace — Art

  94. @Carolyn Yeager

    Calling someone a “crank” is by definition an ad hominum argument. A person who makes such an argument is dishonest. Authors need to get published. If denied a platform, they get published where they can. We see many “name” writers publish articles in mens’ magazines. You may not approve of the venue, but this does not necessarily confirm or deny the veracity of what they say. I believe the term for what you are doing with the Renegade reference is termed a “smear”. For these reasons, I believe you to be a Sayanim. As for knowing the mind of Goebbels because you translated a book or read some hearsay, I can’t address that. We have historical evidence such as a commemorative medallion and ample historical evidence of at least some collaboration to further the interests of the “Palestine project.” Your desire to conceal this fact and the use of the right-left conflict as part of a Hegelian dialectical process.

    As for trying to destroy Trump, this is absurd. Mostly the article is a collection of documented fact, although it does not look good. More properly, it might be seen as an effort to return public discourse to reality. Otherwise, we may all wind up in a worker’s paradise like the old USSR.

    As for your comment “so much the worse for TM” I take that to be a threat. No place for that in civilized discourse.

  95. @Miro23

    The US equivalent would be an Anti-Immigration Party led by a leader 100% committed to stopping mass legal (and illegal) immigration.

    You’d better get started forming that party and picking that leader, as the primaries are not that far away.

    Not to dismiss the new Farage party’s achievement, but this was the European Parliament election, not the British national elections.

  96. @Alden

    Thanks. From your words it is very obvious to me that you have seen or been involved in a lot of litigations! Unfortunately this has become a normal social standard and when one is cornered or has no reasonable response to a question or comment then the switch is flipped to the street and mob like conversation! Not surprising and wishing you the best.

  97. @Tom Mysiewicz

    I used the word “crank” because Ron Unz had called the commenters here “internet cranks” (many of them) and I liked that – thought it really hit the nail on the head. I do think you fit that description – it’s not an ad hominum “argument.” Not an argument at all.

    You should read those links I sent you in comment #81, and note my current websites have been online since 2010. You will see that I am quite thorough and back everything up very well. I talked about those coins in my ‘Disinformation on the Internet’ broadcast on Voice of Reason in 2011 – https://carolynyeager.net/heretics-hour-disinformation-internet-part-one. Guess you missed that.

    I don’t think that you and your writing is going to save anyone from a worker’s paradise or from anything else. By all means though, keep writing, but I will avoid you and leave you to the cranks.

    • Replies: @BuelahMan
  98. @Tom Mysiewicz

    I don’t follow “Q”. You assume a lot of bizarre things about me, just as you do about Trump.

  99. @Tom Mysiewicz

    You, in light of what you said on tariffs, have another methodology.

    But – but I have not said anything ‘on tariffs’. This is the third time you’ve got me mixed up with someone else. What is one to think?

    I will say though that I’m not in the least bothered by Pres. Trump’s tariffs.

  100. Art says:
    @RobinG

    Here is Gabbard on AIPAC money

    • Agree: RobinG
    • Replies: @Art
  101. BuelahMan says:

    Excellent, Tom.

    You lay out the mechanism of Trump’s lie (which is his entire life) and the beanie wearers that control it all.

    You and I were some of the few that laid this criminal cabal’s plan out for everyone to understand, and what did it get me: loss of Twitter, loss of my 12 year old blog, loss of a Youtube channel, and the loss of many “friends” that once seemed to think clearly, but swallowed Trump’s pecker to its short little hilt. How many jew wise sites culled me when I tried over and over to explain the ruse and that they swallowed it whole?

    And let me tell you what will happen the next election.

    More jewish machinations and another criminal just like Trump who lies with abandon and an entire country that believes the lie.

    Nothing changes.

    And my incessant call to Never A reTHUGlican or DemocRAT Again meme will be met with derision and calls that my lack of vote will bring in another democRAT.

    What GD difference does it make, party clowns? Explain how your favorite candidate within either of those two parties has ever really DONE anything of substance? Which one will stand to jewish control and influence?

    ZERO.

    • Agree: Twodees Partain
    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  102. BuelahMan says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    I would rather read Tom’s work than endure a minute of your audio work or a thing you have ever written.

    Anyone who trumpets Trump is a fool.

    • Agree: Johnny Walker Read
    • Replies: @Carolyn Yeager
    , @renfro
  103. annamaria says:

    “How Did Russiagate Begin?”: https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/06/01/how-did-russiagate-begin/

    We have yet to calculate the damage Russsiagate has inflicted on America’s democratic institutions, including the presidency and the electoral process, and on domestic and foreign perceptions of American democracy, or on US-Russian relations at a critical moment when both sides, having “modernized” their nuclear weapons, are embarking on a new, more dangerous, and largely unreported arms race. …

    … the intelligence community has said it began its investigation in April 2016 due to a few innocuous remarks by a young, lowly Trump foreign policy adviser, George Papadopoulos. The relatively obscure Papadopoulos suddenly found himself befriended by apparently influential people he had not previously known, among them Stefan Halper, Joseph Mifsud, Alexander Downer, and a woman calling herself Azra Turk. What we now know—and what Papadopoulos did not know at the time—is that all of them had ties to US and/or UK and Western European intelligence agencies. …

    In March 2018, the current director, Gina Haspel, flatly lied to President Trump about an [Skripal] incident in the UK in order to persuade him to escalate measures against Moscow, which he then reluctantly did. https://www.theblogmire.com/from-the-folks-who-lie-cheat-and-steal-for-a-living-project-fake-duck/ … The New York Times, on April 17 of this year, reported it without correcting Haspel’s falsehood.

    Looks, reads and sounds like a Treason.

    • Replies: @RobinG
    , @RobinG
  104. @Tom Mysiewicz

    Authors need to get published. If denied a platform, they get published where they can.

    So true. The late, great L. Fletcher Prouty was forced to have his articles printed in porno magazines as no one else would touch them.

    “The following appeared in the October, 1975 issue of Gallery, a porno magazine which billed Fletcher Prouty as the “National Affairs Editor.” Some people feel there is no credible way to justify associating oneself with such exploitative and demeaning media. Fletcher Prouty has told me that since the Ballentine paperback edition of The Secret Team was “disappeared” soon after it came out in February of 1974, it was very difficult for him to find publishers who would print his writings. From September 1974 to July 1975 he had 7 articles published in Genesis (another porno magazine), and from September 1975 to June 1978 he had 14 articles published in Gallery.”
    https://ratical.org/ratville/JFK/GoD.html

    P.S. Renegade Tribune is one of my “go to” sites for truth. I have now found your page and will read your past writings as you have proven to me your work is well researched and documented.

  105. @BuelahMan

    That’s not news coming from you; it predates Trump. But you are not a serious person and don’t do serious work so I say: who cares? You are comfortable with Tom and the other internet cranks; I am not. There is a lot that separates us.

  106. @BuelahMan

    It could not have been said better. I totally agree.

  107. annamaria says:

    Meanwhile, the zionized UK government has been slowly murdering Assange:
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2019/06/no_author/the-unrelenting-state/

    There is no rational reason that Assange needs to be kept in a high security facility for terrorists and violent offenders. We are seeing the motive behind his unprecedented lengthy imprisonment for jumping police bail when he entered political asylum. As a convicted prisoner, Assange can be kept in a worse regime than if he were merely on remand for his extradition proceedings. In particular, his access to his lawyers is extremely restricted and for a man facing major legal proceedings in the UK, USA and Sweden it is impossible, even were he healthy, for his lawyers to have sufficient time with him adequately to prepare his cases while he is under the restrictions placed on a convict.

    The US has been torturing the wrong person. It should be Blair who deserves to spend his miserable life a major war criminal in a squalid cell.

  108. renfro says:
    @BuelahMan

    Anyone who trumpets Trump is a fool.

    LOL….that is definitely true about his biggest supporter in congress, Rep Duncan Hunter R-Calif.

    Rep Duncan Hunter and his wife spent over $250,000 out of his campaign funds on personal expenses….vacations, clothes, cable bill, weekend trips, liquor, etc etc….plus trips with his girlfriend.

    The FBI has them dead to rights on this which he’s been doing since 2011. You can see the 200 times they did it and receipts for their purchasing on the campaign credit and debit cards here….https://www.kpbs.org/news/2018/dec/03/indicted-congressman-duncan-hunter-wife-could-get/

    Then the retard said in true Trump fashion…..‘Its a witch hunt . This is pure politics,” he said on Fox News. “My prosecutor and the acting U.S. attorney that issued the court orders to search my house and my office, they had just attended a Hillary Clinton fundraiser!”

    Then he tries to claim it was all his wife’s doing.

    Hill Republicans are appalled by Rep. Duncan Hunter, who is facing indictment, blaming his wife.
    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/08/24/duncan-hunter-indictment-wife-congress-republicans-795710

  109. Skeptikal says:

    Verrry thought-provoking.
    Great research.
    This twist of the kaleidoscope yields a new, clear pattern that makes sense.

  110. Skeptikal says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    I haven’t read Walt & Mearsheimer’s book (did read article in the LRB).
    But to me a knew point here is that the Trump-Russia connection has nothing to do with Putin but in fact the dots to be connected are Israel, Russian mafia and fifth column within Israel and also Russian Jewish influence, dual citizens, etc. creating a USA-JSP (Jewish State in Palestine)–Russia bridge. I.e., Trump/neocons/AIPAC/dual citizens in USA govt/Adelson/Kushner–Israel/Russian Israelis/dual citizens–Jewish community in Russia/dual citizens within Russia.

  111. Skeptikal says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    Pompeo in Yarmulke.
    All lined up with a Zionist uniform of blue tie.
    Disgusting.
    If typical Americans—say, Trump supporters—saw these images, what would they think?

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  112. Polemos says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    Was “Anyone but Hillary” therefore Hillary Derangement Syndrome?

    Were there no thoughtful reasons to believe and act as though Hillary was the worst candidate of all candidates?

    Likewise, are there no thoughtful reasons—not a single one you can think of—to believe and act as though Trump is the worst of all candidates, not even thinking with hindsight?

    Honestly not one?

  113. Polemos says:

    I know it’s important to the researchers to prove who is more serious or learned or scholarly, but at least spell ‘hominem’ right. 😉

  114. renfro says:
    @Carolyn Yeager

    That is called Trump Derangement Syndrome.

    Better Trump Derangement Syndrome then Trump Sheep Syndrome.

  115. Art says:
    @Art

    Great Tulsi 2020 add!

    Tulsi Gabbard Calls Out Democrats and Republicans for Demanding War

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCOYSB2aauO71Ut0Pl4SfzA

    • Replies: @RobinG
  116. @Skeptikal

    Most would probably be fine with it as most are the “other” radicalized, insane religion known as Christian Zionism.

  117. Corvinus says:
    @Alden

    Again, you are out of your league here. The investigations are ongoing. Mueller’s work has led to several federal inquiries, including:

    #1: Israeli intel expert Joel Zamel offering illegal pre-election aid to Trump’s campaign.

    #2: UAE/Saudi agent George Nader repeatedly meeting the Trump team secretly in last 90 days of campaign.

    #3: UAE agent Broidy bribing Trump.

    Furthermore, I am goy, pure goy. But I get it, it is easier for you to believe that anyone who challenges you must be Jewish. It’s a major personality flaw on your part. Seek help.

  118. RobinG says:
    @Art

    Thanks, Art. The guy in that video didn’t know, Tulsi is still active in the guard and holds the rank of Major. Love the Norwegian commenter:
    “I am Norwegian and i watch Tulsi videos here and there. ……. Why isn’t she a media phenomenon in her own land? America what the hell is wrong with you? She should be a mass movement allready!”
    Thanks, Hans! It will happen, and you are helping!

    Here’s the video, w/o the commentary, from TULSI 2020 site –
    Neocons/Neolibs clamor “war war war!!!”—this time in Venezuela

  119. RobinG says:
    @annamaria

    Thanks. US Attorney General William Barr deserves support for his investigation into the origins of Russiagate.
    Meanwhile, another “investigation” has failed to impress:
    MALAYSIAN PM SAYS “NO EVIDENCE” RUSSIA SHOT DOWM MH17
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-31/jaw-dropping-speech-malaysian-pm-says-no-evidence-russia-shot-down-mh17

    MH17 ADMISSION:
    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1134749/mh17-news-latest-malaysian-airlines-crash-russia-missile-ukraine

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @annamaria
  120. RobinG says:
    @annamaria

    The Russiagate hysteria started under Obama. So did our war on Yemen.

    From September 20th, 2016 –
    US Admits To Supplying Saudi Arabia With White Phosphorus Munitions
    https://www.mintpressnews.com/us-admits-supplying-saudis-with-white-phosphorus-munitions/220553/

  121. annamaria says:
    @RobinG

    The Obama “regime” (to ridicule the Russophobic presstitutes) was also in charge of converting Ukraine into Kaganat of Nuland. Today is the anniversary of the criminal and unprovoked attack on civilians in the pro-federalist part of eastern Ukraine by the US-installed regime in Kiev: https://thesaker.is/the-5th-anniversary-of-the-bombing-of-lugansk/

    The Ukrainian authorities and media ignored the 5th anniversary of the tragic events in Lugansk, when a UAF warplane carried out an air strike on the building of the Lugansk regional state administration for the purpose of liquidating the leadership of the LPR, as a result of which passers-by suffered.

    Mr. Zelensky is quiet — as well as the self-professed “humanitarians” in the EU & UK:

    Eight people remained lying in pools of blood on the sidewalk and on the threshold of the administration… Why was it necessary to carry out an air strike on the center of a peaceful city? Who had enough cynicism to give the order to launch missiles at a square where children, mothers, and elderly people were walking around? Who didn’t hesitate to squeeze the trigger and fire munitions at live unarmed targets?

  122. annamaria says:
    @RobinG

    The silence from the EU is deafening: https://thesaker.is/the-5th-anniversary-of-the-bombing-of-lugansk/ Comment section:

    Odessa was whitewashed, despite the videos that were prima facie evidence of the murders. Even the strangled pregnant woman left standing in a macabre pose against the desk of her office was not horrific enough to elicit one word of outrage from the oh, so moral Euro leaders about their adopted nazi children of Kiev. As if slaughtering a hundred in the basement and burning another 50 or so throughout the Trade Union building was a picnic in the park.

    We have video evidence from Maidan Days of the murders of Berkut and others by paid snipers the [US-created] Junta used to create the panic and escape of Yanukovich, leaving the nation to murderous nazis and thieving oligarchs. That action was live on RT, Ruptly video and reporters bringing us the truth live from Kiev. But nothing mattered to the US and EU. They were getting their investment payoff. $5Billion down payment for ‘404’, as it has turned out.

    Then this bombing in Lugansk and the Trade Union massacre in Odessa and the unseen murders in Krasny Limon, wiping out all males over 13yrs., and two rounds of murders, including police, to quell Mariupol. And who has a base of operations in Mariupol? The CIA.

    So, we have the US and EU financing these crimes against humanity, war crimes, and simple homicidal events.
    They bought the killers and covered the crimes with lies and Russophobia.

    http://stormcloudsgathering.com/the-odessa-massacre-what-really-happened/

  123. Donald Trump is the Zionist water boy in the Oval Office. Trump’s collusion was never with the Russian government; it was always with the Bolshevik/Ashkenazi/Zionist mafia (the new Deep State) that has now ousted the old Clinton-Bush mafia (the old Deep State) from power.

    Not true at all. Zionist views were punished as treason in the Soviet Union. Bolsheviks viewed the Zionists as racists, terrorists and a danger to the world.

    Bolsheviks, including Jewish Bolsheviks, were hostile to Judaism. From December 1918 to August 1919, the teaching of Hebrew was banned, synagogues seized, religious instruction in Judaism forbidden.

    The Bolsheviks agreed with the Nazis that Jewish capitalists were exploiters of the working class in Germany.

    The Soviets supported the Arab riots against Jews in Palestine both in August 1929 and also supported the Arabs in the much more violent riots against Jews in 1936. What was the position of the Bolsheviks, who Hitler and others thought were controlled by Jews? The Bolshevik position was that the Jews were a privileged minority in Palestine and that the Jews had destroyed practically all Arab industries. The cause of the Arabs, even as early as 1936, was described as a “heroic struggle.”

    Most Bolsheviks were Russian gentiles, not Jews. Working class peasants. The Bolshevik party could only take and hold on to power because the working masses supported it.

    Aside from the right wing propaganda tossed in, the rest of your article is decent, I honestly think the “trade war” is just providing an excuse for when the capitalist system inevitably fails and crashes yet again. Blame it on Trumps tariffs instead of a failure of capitalism. Wiemar Germany was rotted out by the same free market capitalism we have today.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  124. annamaria says:
    @redmudhooch

    Your post emphasizes the special victimhood of Jews in the revolutionary Russia. At the same time you are very selective re the ethnicity of Bolsheviks.
    First, a response to your strenuous efforts to whitewash the role of Jews in the Bolshevik revolution: https://www.ihr.org/jhr/v14/v14n1p-4_Weber.html

    Although officially Jews have never made up more than five percent of the country’s total population, they played a highly disproportionate and probably decisive role in the infant Bolshevik regime, effectively dominating the Soviet government during its early years. …

    With the notable exception of Lenin (Vladimir Ulyanov), most of the leading Communists who took control of Russia in 1917-20 were Jews. Leon Trotsky (Lev Bronstein) headed the Red Army and, for a time, was chief of Soviet foreign affairs. Yakov Sverdlov (Solomon) was both the Bolshevik party’s executive secretary and — as chairman of the Central Executive Committee — head of the Soviet government. Grigori Zinoviev (Radomyslsky) headed the Communist International (Comintern), the central agency for spreading revolution in foreign countries. Other prominent Jews included press commissar Karl Radek (Sobelsohn), foreign affairs commissar Maxim Litvinov (Wallach), Lev Kamenev (Rosenfeld) and Moisei Uritsky.

    Add to that group Lazar Kaganovitch, the butcher of Ukraine (see Holodomor).

    Among the “well-informed observer” who were critical of the Jewish role in Bolshevism were Winston Churchill, David R. Francis (United States ambassador in Russia), Oudendyke (the Netherlands’ ambassador in Russia) and others. The contemporary Jews agreed on the special role of “Jewish efforts” in the Bolshevik revolution:

    The Bolshevik Revolution,” declared a leading American Jewish community paper in 1920, “was largely the product of Jewish thinking, Jewish discontent, Jewish effort to reconstruct.”

    As for your beliefs about anti-semitism in Russia, here is a historical document that has an eery resemblance to the current assault on the First Amendment and on freedom of information in order to protect Israel and Zionists in general from any critic:

    In the U.S.S.R. anti-semitism is punishable with the utmost severity of the law as a phenomenon deeply hostile to the Soviet system. Under U.S.S.R. law active anti-semites are liable to the death penalty. J. Stalin, January 12, 1931

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