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The long nightmare in Syria might finally be coming to an end, but not thanks to the United States and the administration of President Donald Trump. Trump’s boast that “this was an outcome created by us, the United States, and nobody else” was as empty as all the other rhetoric coming out of the White House over the past two and a half years. Nevertheless, it now appears that the U.S. military just might finally be bidding farewell to an exercise that began under President Barack Obama as a prime bit of liberal interventionism, with American forces illegally entering into a conflict that the White House barely understood and subsequently meddling and prolonging the fighting.

The fundamental reason why the U.S. was so ineffective was that the Obama Administration’s principal objective from the beginning was to remove Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, yet another attempt at “humanitarian” regime change similar to that which produced such a wonderful result in Libya. Al-Assad was never in serious danger as he had significant popular support, including from the country’s Christian minority, and American piecemeal attempts to negotiate some kind of exit strategy were doomed as they eschewed any dealing with the legitimate government that was in place. The Syrian civil war supported and even enabled by Washington caused more than 500,000 deaths, created some 9 million internal and external refugees, and destroyed the Syrian economy and infrastructure while also almost starting a war between the U.S. and Turkey.

The Russians understood the American mistake and consequently were able to arrange a settlement which now appears to be viable. They were able to deal with the Syrian government, Turkey, and the Kurds who had been set adrift by Washington. The arrangement arrived at has a number of significant features. First, it guarantees Syria’s territory integrity, which presumably means the U.S. will eventually have to evacuate its remaining positions in the oil region. Second, it satisfies Turkish legitimate security demands for a disarmed safe zone, which means that Kurdish militias will have to disarm and/or move twenty miles away from the border. The safe zone will be patrolled by the Syrian Army and the Russians with Turkish observers. Third, all separatist groups (terrorists) will be hunted down and eliminated and further attempts by them to reestablish in Syria will be opposed by all parties to the agreement. Fourth, steps will be taken to make possible the orderly return of refugees to Syria.

It is undeniably true that throughout the Syrian farrago, President Trump’s admittedly inherited policy could not possibly have been more incoherent, occasionally bizarre, predictably inconsistent, and actually dangerous to genuine American interests in the region. It is to everyone’s benefit that the game is finally over, but one can expect the neoconservatives in the United States to do their best to bring about yet another reversal by Trump.

It must be conceded that along the way, President Trump was not exactly acting with a free hand. He has been beleaguered by a Deep State conspiracy against him that began even before he was nominated, though he didn’t have to help his enemies by shooting himself in the head at every opportunity through tweets and demeaning language. The apparent commitment to withdraw all U.S. forces from Syria was long overdue as Washington’s involvement in the fighting was wrong by every measure right from the beginning and remaining has only served to make more complicated the country’s recovery from eight years of conflict. It also was contrary to its publicly stated objective of destroying ISIS. A strong Syrian government was and is best placed to do just that and Washington, in a panic to recruit, train and arm mercenaries to fight Damascus often wound up arming terrorists.

But doing what is right does not go far in today’s United States of America and the fact that Trump is now taking credit for a ceasefire and by extension a settlement of the conflict means little as he has predictably folded already once on plans to withdraw. The argument that the Kurds have been betrayed has a certain cogency, but the reality is that the Kurdish leaders entered into a relationship with the U.S. military based on their own interests with no expectation that Washington would be backing them up forever. They are now well placed to cut their own deals with both Damascus and Ankara, with Russia in the middle working to sustain the agreement to end the fighting and restore the Syrian state’s status ante bellum.

To give Trump his due, his original announcement that he was removing ALL U.S. troops from Syria made powerful new enemies in the Israel Lobby, which has been backing the president because of his many favors to Tel Aviv but which has never really liked or trusted him. Israel has long, and even openly, promoted the breaking up of Syria into its component tribal and religious parts to enable the acquisition of even more land in the Golan Heights and to reduce dramatically the threat coming from any unified government in Damascus. It has also seen the Syrian civil war as a proxy conflict fought by the its poodle the United States against Iran. Israel and its friends in Congress and the media will, to say the least, be disappointed if the war is now truly ended and the U.S. military is withdrawn.

Trump also must continue to deal with the fallout from his Democratic Party opponents, having given them a cudgel to beat him over the head with as Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and Adam Schiff all wax emotional over how they really love those “freedom fighting” Kurds. The Democrats, having denounced Trump with one voice, were joined by Republicans like Mitch McConnell, Marco Rubio, Mitt Romney and the ever-versatile Lindsay Graham, all dedicated to the continuation of an interventionist foreign policy, though they would never quite call it that. It is not likely that any of them are really pleased with a deal to end the Syrian fighting.

So the opposition, coming from multiple directions against a Donald Trump also on the impeachment block for Ukraine, will continue and as of this writing it is by no means clear what will happen vis-à-vis the Pentagon announcing that some troops, augmented by armor units, would remain in Syria to protect the oil fields. Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper explained to reporters that the remaining U.S. troops would seek “to deny access, specifically revenue to ISIS and any other groups that may want to seek that revenue to enable their own malign activities.” The president has also suggested, in true Trumpean fashion, that “We want to keep the oil, and we’ll work something out with the Kurds. … Maybe we’ll have one of our big oil companies to go in and do it properly,” a step that even the feckless Obama Administration had hesitated to take on legal grounds as the oil unquestionably belongs to Syria. Trump’s amigo Senator Lindsey Graham elaborated on the plan, saying bluntly that “We can use some of the revenues from future Syrian oil sales to pay our military commitment in Syria.”

And there will be additional fallout from Syria in the damaged relationships in the region. Demonstrating that it could actually screw up two things simultaneously, the White House had unleashed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who warned last Tuesday that the United States was ready to go to war against Turkey if it proved necessary. He said “We prefer peace to war… But in the event that kinetic action or military action is needed, you should know that President Trump is fully prepared to undertake that action.” Pompeo’s comment comes on top of Trump warnings that he would “obliterate” or “destroy” the Turkish economy, statements that did not sit well in Ankara and will predictably only create new problems with a NATO member that has the largest army and economy in the Middle East.

And in another maladroit move, the White House has just announced that it will be giving $4.5 million to the so-called White Helmets, the major propaganda arm of the Syrian “resistance.” Falsely claiming to be a humanitarian rescue and relief organization, the White Helmets produced carefully edited films of “heroism under fire” that have been released worldwide. The films conceal the White Helmets’ relationship with the al-Qaeda affiliated group Jabhat al-Nusra and its participation in the torture and execution of “rebel” opponents. Indeed, the White Helmets only operated in rebel held territory, which enabled them to shape the narrative both regarding who they were and what was occurring on the ground.

The White Helmets travelled to bombing sites with their film crews trailing behind them. Once at the sites, with no independent observers, they are able to arrange or even stage what was filmed to conform to their selected narrative. Perhaps the most serious charge against the White Helmets consists of the evidence that they actively participated in the atrocities, to include torture and murder, carried out by their al-Nusra hosts. There have been numerous photos of the White Helmets operating directly with armed terrorists and also celebrating over the bodies of execution victims and murdered Iraqi soldiers. The group’s jihadi associates regard the White Helmets as fellow “mujahideen” and “soldiers of the revolution.”

Some White Helmets continue to operate in Syria’s terrorist-controlled Idlib province, raising the question whether the United States is prepared to give more taxpayer derived money directly to terrorists. Several months ago, as the Syrian Army closed in on some of the other pockets where the White Helmets operated, the U.S. and Israel mounted an operation to evacuate many of them. Some of them and their families were moved to Israel and Jordan and many of them have wound up in Canada. If the White House again does a flip-flop and pulls the plug on the money earmarked for them it would truly be a welcome sign that the U.S. has realized that the game is over and its direct involvement in Syria should be ended.

Philip M. Giraldi, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a 501(c)3 tax deductible educational foundation (Federal ID Number #52-1739023) that seeks a more interests-based U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Website is councilforthenationalinterest.org, address is P.O. Box 2157, Purcellville VA 20134 and its email is [email protected].

 
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  1. HEREDOT says:

    Zionism brought Erdogan to power. Israel’s most useful apparatus mixed the Middle East with this traitor.

  2. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump using our troops to occupy Syrian oil fields—part of our regime change war to topple the Syrian government by crippling their economy—is a modern-day siege that will hurt the Syrian people the most.

    @TulsiGabbard

    Put People Before Politics

  3. wait… let’s finally pass the Armenian Genocide Recognition resolution tomorrow…. now that all the survivors are dead and the ADL says it’s OK. Question is will Jared and Bibi authorize orange to sign it? we’ll see………………

  4. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    BBC SEGMENT CASTS DOUBT ON SYRIA “CHEMICAL ATTACK”

    Another whistleblower says Syria ‘chemical attack’ may have been staged – rare BBC interview

    • Agree: Agent76
    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    , @Agent76
  5. renfro says:

    Lindsey Graham elaborated on the plan, saying bluntly that “We can use some of the revenues from future Syrian oil sales to pay our military commitment in Syria.”

    And Trump’s statement that Saudi would pay for our troops in Saudi.

    So now the US is whoring out our military . They are all insane….all of them.
    Our politicians are whores for Israel and then middle men pimps who whore out Americans and our troops.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Meh
    , @anon
  6. Dan Hayes says:
    @anon

    anon[113]:

    The BBC speaks (or permits) truth! Will wonders never cease?

  7. The best thing that could or can be said of Orange Donald is that Hillary would’ve been worse. Every time I see and hear him speak I can only imagine the intense embarrassment that thinking Americans must feel. Yes, Obama was worse, as was Bill, but Trumpenstein is a sick joke of a president by any measure. Sad indeed. It’s Halloween every day in America these days it seems.

    • Replies: @Jeff Davis
    , @Moi
  8. The orange cockatoo doesn’t flip flop. He’s too fast when it comes to changing his mind. He must be DC’s local defibrillator…

  9. renfro says:

    I agree with Walt 100%.

    What Makes A Good Alliance
    Not all allies are made equal. But who’s worth the commitment, and who’s not?

    https://foreignpolicy.com/2019/10/28/kurds-turkey-israel-saudi-arabia-good-alliance/

    By Stephen M. Walt
    | October 28, 2019, 1:51 PM

    excerpts
    .
    ”An ally’s value is not just a function of interests and capabilities, however; it may also depend on how it treats its partners. A good ally doesn’t interfere too much in one’s own domestic politics and doesn’t overtly favor one political faction over another. A good ally is (mostly) truthful and doesn’t lie to you or deliberately feed faulty information to your intelligence agencies. All nations spy on one another to some extent, but a good ally doesn’t do so with abandon. Needless to say, a good ally doesn’t cut deals with your biggest rivals and isn’t constantly hunting for a better deal from some other patron.

    Allies that violate one or more of these strictures are more problematic partners. That does not necessarily mean that the alliance should be terminated, but the net value of an otherwise useful ally will decline if it becomes unstable, repeatedly gets into trouble and has to be bailed out, becomes weaker with time and requires more and more protection , makes promises and doesn’t keep them, and repeatedly flirts with one’s rivals. The more that such behaviors become commonplace, the more the alliance’s value should be questioned.

    With respect to the Middle East, therefore, the United States should adopt a more conditional and businesslike approach to its current partners and its present adversaries. None of its current allies are so valuable or virtuous to deserve unconditional U.S. support, and confining U.S. policy toward Iran to the imposition of even-stricter sanctions just limits U.S. leverage even more. Why should any of its current allies do its bidding when they know it’ll back them no matter what? And if the Saudis, Israelis, Egyptians, and others knew the United States was also talking to Iran (something China and Russia do routinely), they might be inclined to do more to keep Washington happy.
    The obvious solution to this dilemma is to be more selective in extending commitments in the first place. This is the essence of foreign-policy restraint: The United States should define its interests somewhat more narrowly and then defend those interests more consistently and vigorously. In alliance terms, it means extending commitments only when vital U.S. interests are at stake. Carefully considered commitments will be highly credible, because both allies and adversaries can see for themselves why it is in the U.S. interest to fulfill them. (Pro tip: When it is hard to convince some other country that you really will fight for them, maybe that’s telling you something important about their strategic value.)

  10. Lot says:

    Our Hero President withdraws us from a middle east craphole quagmire, but as a final parting gesture takes out a mass murdering Islamic warlord. Russia and Turkey: Syria is all yours, enjoy!

    #winning!

    • Agree: A123
    • LOL: Mike P
    • Replies: @A123
  11. renfro says:

    Suckerfish —the remoras (family Echeneidae): ray-finned fishes that use suction to hold onto larger marine animals and feed off the food pieces churned out from the larger animals mouth .

    Who can name all the US Suckerfish allies? Shouldn’t Uncle Sam be called Uncle Sucker?

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  12. Crank propagandists of unz and their desperado commentariat might notice some recent defeats to patriarchal ethnonationalism in the (real) news:

    1. Canadians give upstart anti-immigrant party no traction, despite massive online campaign
    2. Lesbian elected mayor of Bogota, in a region famous for its super-macho culture
    3. Jewish woman becomes prime minister of Belgium, first woman and first Jew
    4. Al-Baghdadi (& other ISIS higher-ups) eliminated (with pride) by USA: exposes the “Israel/Mossad created/controls ISIS!” lies put forward by all the familiar liars:
    – neonazis & white nationalists
    – “anti-war” anti-Zionist “Justice for Palestine” hard leftists
    – Russia & Iran & Hezb & Assad apologists
    – Arab Muslims in the West trying to deflect from the bloodthirstiness of their co-religionists

    The nice thing about the gulags is that you’ll be with people who respect your thinking style.

  13. Antares says:

    Everyone with brains saw this coming. This is so typically Donald Trump. He doesn’t have a clue at all. The most righteous thing that the US can do is to fail in Syria. But this will also doom the empire itself. Hopefully it will also spell the end for Israel.

    But this game is far from over yet. Hezbollah is denounced as a terrorist organisation as another step in the war against the region. US and Israel will continue until the very last end. They will never quit because their empires are at stake.

  14. awry says:

    Trump has been a flip-flop (and a flop) all the time. He is just an old windbag, with near no reliable people who won’t stab him in the back or leak any embarrassing detail to the press.
    He folded to the deep state backed by MSM propaganda about “evil Erdogan massacring innocent Kurds”. Looks like he made a deal with Erdogan (and Putin too, probably) on his own initiative, but he has now been neutralized finally.

    • Agree: Hail
  15. Dan Hayes says:
    @anon

    anon[113]:

    Like all politicians, Tulsi will eventually fail us. But in the interim, she’s the best of the lot!

    • Replies: @anon
    , @anon
  16. sally says:

    In response to article by PG above

    ” White House ..will be giving $4.5 million to the ..White Helmets, the major propaganda arm of the Syrian “resistance.”. the “major propaganda arm of the Syrian resistance”?

    I just don’t see how investing in propaganda in Syria can make a profit for the white house ?

    take a look at this link..
    https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/10/29/609831/Pentagon-Mark-Esper-Syria-oil
    caption => us threatens ‘military force’ against’any group’ challenging occupation of Syria oil fields.

    What American interest in Syria would support challenging the world to take on the USA military?
    Seems kind of risky to me.. if someone accepts, or false flags, the challenge, the result might initiate WW III.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  17. I am pretty tough on the president. However, on this issue, I would have grant him credit for being prudent, even if his frustration in that mode is to grant interventionists some of what they want.

    I don’t like ironing his suits every other day — however, if anything can be drawn from all of the hysteria, it is that the president is slowly making some headway. And had he not, no daylight would be visible on this issue. it took all of about a day before the interventionists demonstrated just how entrenched this policy is.

    The real damage is what this policy has done to US credibility on the whole. I am aware that lost of very smart people consider “credibility” a nonissue. But I disagree. Anyone wanting to check Russian influence would not have invaded Iraq or Afghanistan and had they done so, they would have done so by exercising full force and owning the countries in full.

    Attempting to hold Afghanistahn to development — could never have been piecemeal work and it was folly. Not to mention wholly unnecessary to the purpose. Even the invasion to capture twenty wanted suspects of 9/11 — uh conspiracy aside — was ineffectual.

    —————————————-

    Before the waxing on about Israel starts. Clearly, we must take responsibility for our foreign policy.

  18. Sean says:

    The fundamental reason why the U.S. was so ineffective was that …Al-Assad was never in serious danger as he had significant popular support

    https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/04/syria-chemical-weapons/558065/

    Decision-makers in Western capitals had long viewed the Assad regime as a grim model of Middle Eastern stability, but in 2011, they suddenly thought that “people power” would bring down Assad as it had other Arab despots. The Assad regime, however, had something the others didn’t. “Popular resistance” strategies work well against authoritarian systems whose leadership come from the country’s ethnic and sectarian majority, such as Egypt. Soldiers ordered to turn their guns on protestors are faced with a choice: Shoot their brethren among the protestors, or help get rid of those ordering them to do so. This causes a split in the army and security services, which can lead to a toppling of the government.

    Assad’s by contrast is a minority government with a kind of fortress of sectarian interests around it. Minority Alawites serve at the core, followed by concentric rings of other minorities (Christians, Shia, etc.), and finally by coopted Sunnis who represent the majority in Syria. Minority army and security officers are therefore farther removed from the majority Sunni population, making them more likely to order fire against protestors than to topple their brethren in power.

  19. This has to be the most boring and repetitive episode of The West Wing. Ever!

  20. gotmituns says:

    I don’t give a rat’s butt about any of these places. Bring all our troops home from all foreign lands and seas. The only place American troops should be is American soil and American waters, period.

  21. KenH says:

    Trump has told us at least twenty times how ISIS has been defeated so if that is truly the case then the oil fields aren’t in need of protection by the U.S. military. The last remnants of ISIS and their bloodthirsty leader, Al-Baghdadi, were supposedly just killed in the weekend raid, so while ISIS may live on in the hearts of some Muslims it has lost almost all of its leadership and military potential to threaten the oil fields.

    Trump says he wants to end “these stupid wars” but by his rhetoric and schizophrenic policy seems possibly on the verge of starting new ones.

    Russia is correct in saying that the continued U.S. presence in Syria preventing Assad from assuming control over his own oil constitutes “international state banditry”. On that point I say the U.S. has learned the craft of banditry well from its Israeli handlers and masters.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  22. Realist says:
    @renfro

    Trump is a Deep Stater and always has been.

    • Replies: @Antares
  23. Antares says:
    @Realist

    Trump is a Deep Stater and always has been.

    It is no longer “deep state” after they have become the president.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @TKK
  24. @renfro

    Who can name all the US Suckerfish allies?

    Not sure the US empire have allies.
    There are vassals, the occupied and conquered, the colonies, euphemistically called “allies”, and there is an enemy parasite euphemistically called “ally”, Israel.

    Then there is maybe sort of “junior” ally in crime, the Brits, who are more or less vassals too.

    US Admiral Inman called Israel an enemy, who is aggressively spying.

    • Agree: L.K
    • Replies: @L.K
  25. geokat62 says:
    @04398436986

    The nice thing about the gulags is that you’ll be with people who respect your thinking style.

    Jonathan Greenblatt and/or Mark Potok, is that you?

    See, goy, what’s in store for you, if you don’t behave?

    • Agree: Beefcake the Mighty
    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  26. Truth3 says:

    Alexander Vindman, a Ukrainian born Jew, who serves on the NSC, will now testify against Trump.

    They are everywhere, aren’t they?

    Trump cannot be so stupid as to not realize that Jews cause 99% of the trouble in the world.

    No matter how much a Shabbos Goy he is, giving them all kinds of gifts and support… and that his ex-wives and kids are all Jews… he himself AIN’T one of them.

    They will take him down… hard.

  27. @04398436986

    Your role model.
    Enjoy!!!!

    Ex-Yeshiva leader sentenced to two years for $3.2M school-lunch scam
    https://nypost.com/2019/10/25/ex-yeshiva-leader-sentenced-to-two-years-for-3-2m-school-lunch-scam/

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
  28. Ram says:

    Is Dick Cheney in charge ?

  29. @HEREDOT

    Jews converted to Islam, so called “Dönmeh”, ARE ruling Turkey today.

    However,
    Trump MUST order a new investigation on 9/11 (jews no need to apply) and at the same time MUST arrest for TREASON ALL neocons (of both parties) including W. Bush, Cheney and the rest.
    Then, we will see how they will run to take cover and will forget all about impeachment and the rest bullshit we are hearing everyday in US and Europe.

    • Replies: @Jack_Garbo
    , @Druid
  30. I guess I’m a bit surprised, although I shouldn’t be, about how little the msm have to say about the US stealing Syrian oil. I guess the underlying narrative of Assad-is-bad trumps all. And of course the reason Assad is bad is that he refuses to knuckle under to Bibi and the Zionist enterprise. Basically Uncle Sam is going to try to prevent the reconstruction of Syria for israel’s benefit, now that regime change in Syria has failed-despite Uncle Sam having armed and funded terrorist head choppers to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.

  31. The ZUS and Israel and ZBritain and ZNATO created AL CIADA aka ISIS and all offshoots thereof for the purpose of destroying the mideast for zionist Israels greater Israel agenda which means the take over of the destroyed countries by Israel, just as the zionists have taken over America since 1913.

    The zionists running the ZUS are the real terrorists and until and if the American people wake up, this terrorism will continue and it is funded by our tax money!

    • Replies: @anon
  32. Realist says:
    @Antares

    It is no longer “deep state” after they have become the president.

    Sure it is because most people are too stupid to know of, or admit to the Deep State.

  33. @Patrikios Stetsonis

    Ah, “must”, “should”, “ought”, the words of impotent ranters. Go back to Disneyland, ride a tea cup with Dumbo, and tell everyone it was exciting. But don’t go to Turkey. It’s really “exciting”. I know. I’ve been there.

    • Replies: @Patrikios Stetsonis
  34. A123 says:
    @Lot

    Trump is slowly ending Obama/Hillary deep state policies. It is 2 steps forward, 1 step back. It is amazing how many Hillary supporters are posting here singing her praises by opposing Trump’s troop draw down in Syria.

    The Globalists wanted Turkey to join the EU to make it less Christian and more Islamic. That is not going to happen now.

    Trump has effectively culled Turkey from NATO. Turkey is now totally dependant on arms purchased from Russia. That is a massive win for the U.S. Let Putin deal with Erdogan.

    #WINNING 😇

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @Herald
  35. anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:

    [Trump cancels the pullout from Syria then flip-flops, threatens war with Turkey]

    He is a Jewish mafia pimp and a pathological liar. You should not believe a word of this criminal zionist stooge. He says these lies to deceive the dummies that he is not warmonger, which is nothing but a LIE. He is as criminal as stooges before him. This is this criminal zionist liar.

    Trump is a thief and terrorist and with the help of another zionist pimp, Putin, has stolen Syrian oil wells, where Putin zionist, the thug terrorist and zionist pimp, have OCCUPIED Syria.
    Putin is 100% cooperating with the Oded Yinon zionist plan by allowing Turkey to invade and occupy the northern part and allowing the criminal and baby killer Trump to steal and occupy oil wells in the eastern part. Putin is cooperating with US and Israel to implement Oded Yinon for the criminal west in order to be recognize as an equal partner of the Evil empire and to receive few bones, like in case of Libya.

    Saker a Putin apologist supports all these crimes against humanity and call it win – win situation.

    Iran has warned President Assad that this plot by Turkey – Russia – US in the name of ‘safe zone’ is a criminal act and against the interest of Syrian people and the people of the region.

    Assad does not agree with Russian criminal plan, but has NO choice right now.
    Down with Russia, a natural ally of US, and ally of the criminal west.
    Russia during its dark history, always has cooperated 100% with criminal west against interest of the Muslim countries and the situation in Syria is NOT an exception.

    Putin and US must be forced out of Syria by any means including destruction.

  36. anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @A123

    [Trump is slowly ending Obama/Hillary deep state policies.]

    You an idiot zionist troll, Trump the zionist baby killer, is the DEEP STATE!

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
    • Replies: @A123
  37. Hail says: • Website

    as of this writing it is by no means clear what will happen vis-à-vis the Pentagon announcing that some troops, augmented by armor units, would remain in Syria to protect the oil fields.

    Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper explained to reporters that the remaining U.S. troops would seek “to deny access, specifically revenue to ISIS and any other groups that may want to seek that revenue to enable their own malign activities.” The president has also suggested, in true Trumpean fashion, that “We want to keep the oil, and we’ll work something out with the Kurds. … Maybe we’ll have one of our big oil companies to go in and do it properly,”

    Embarrassing.

    We want to keep the oil.” That’s the oil in Syria? A foreign country and sovereign state.

    This is something like a bad caricature, a comedy sketch.

    Trump says he is a nationalist. He is a one-step-forward-two-steps-back nationalist.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
  38. Meh says:
    @renfro

    The US military is nothing but a make work program for middle America. But keeping them engaged in countless overseas “conflicts” the power that be hope to keep them from noticing that the jobs they used to do either don’t exist or are being done by illegals all while funneling tax dollars into the military industrial complex. The bonus is that in the process you kill or maim a disproportionate number of traditional Americans while the folks at home encourage the whole thing

    • Agree: Alden
  39. TKK says:
    @Antares

    Ironic- the term DEEP STATE originates from Turkey.

    Even the most conservative Turks now distrust and fear Erdogan. When they saw their non political children lose their teaching and civil service jobs (good jobs and hard to obtain) due to Erdogan’s paranoid ruthlessness, no one feels safe.

    The ME is a tangle of fishhooks- and pulling one hook pulls another hook into an innocent’s cheek.

    Trump is not a reader, a student of history – I imagine before he ran for President unless he had a property portfolio in a country- they were unknown to him. We have a military for a reason, and helping the Kurds contain (and should execute) ISIS is a good use of it.

    The USA should not abandon the Kurds. The whole word owes them a debt as they fought ISIS and lost thousands of soldiers. The actual US soldiers want to remain and fight with the Kurds. Generals and Special Forces are writing Op Ed pieces, former Trump defenders, expressing disgust with him.

    Crusty old men and women, ensconced in luxury in the Capital, should defer to the generals- who are essentially begging to remain with Kurds. Philip M. Giraldi sees every issue as an Israeli nail, and he’s the hammer.

    How convenient to label the White Hats terrorists while glossing over the obscene actions of Assad.

    How ironic to take sides with troglodytes who have slaughtered each other for centuries, will continue to do so-

    but counsel to abandon the one sane functioning group of Muslims in the entire wretched region- THE KURDS!

    Long Live KURDISTAN!!!

    • Replies: @Antares
    , @Druid
  40. A123 says:
    @anonymous

    Anon[307],

    Thank you for confirming that you are a Hillary supporter.

    PEACE 😇

  41. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @DESERT FOX

    Agree

    el Baghdadi dead! 2015

    el Baghdadi dead! 2016

    el Baghdadi dead! 2017

    el Baghdadi dead! 2017 release 2

    Making Baghdadi dead has as much staying power as Microsoft software.

  42. It’s funny the Isreal lobby has gotten more out of Trump than the American public, and they are still complaining and don’t trust him. Why would anyone work with these ghastly wretches after seeing this kind of temperament. The Isreal lobby in America enjoys more privileges and benefits that any other individual group, yet it’s never enough. Notice how Obama wanted regime change in Syria, and then it’s neocons who are urging the fight to continue today. What did this tiny ethnic minority ever do to earn the absolute devotion of the entire US government.

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
  43. @OverCommenter

    The zionists took control of America when they fastened their privately owned FED and IRS on America in 1913, and then came the perpetual wars for zionism!

    • Replies: @foolisholdman
  44. @04398436986

    Hi Zio Troll, with all that mis-direction, we are focused on who we see as the real enemy. Suck your tail in your ass fuck off.

  45. @NoseytheDuke

    Yo, Nosey,

    Your mistake is the common one, the major one:

    You can’t move beyond the muddled mixing of words and actions, of vocalizations vs effects. Mouth-flapping is a sticks-and-stones distraction from what is real, from what matters. (Though it is fabulous entertainment!) I wouldn’t give a damn if Trump wore a tutu and farted and belched and endlessly recited “The once was a man from Nantucket…”, if he governed effectively. I look at actions and their results, not the noise of
    rhetorical “perception management”/mind-rape.

    Now as to the challenge of governing effectively, Trump must be allowed two “excuses” for his less-than-ideal governance. One, the major one, is that he is being obstructed — attacked actually — by the entire entrenched Establishment which has been looting the country forever, in good times and bad, and wishes to preserve that status quo. The other is the personal limitations inherent in every human being. We all have our strengths and weaknesses. Trump is a bright guy, and a very strong personality, but clearly not omniscient. On his own, he will not be able to get it right every time. So, subject to these two factors, Trump will have — has had — diminished effectiveness. That said, he’s incredibly nimble, and can “flip-flop” — ie turn on a dime, to change direction — when something isn’t working. That’s in stark contrast to the “foolish consistency [that] is the hobgoblin of [the] little minds” — ie rigidity — of the professional political class. In any event, the game will take a while, and Trump will stick with it … and he knows how to win.

    The Trump-haters won’t acknowledge this, of course, and his supporters may be unable to properly assess the obstacles he has to deal with so as to be able to accept a certain level of disappointment. But unless Tulsi can break out, Trump will have five+ more years — that’s four more plus the fourteen months remaining of this, his first term — to work on fixing the US.

    Personally, I don’t give a damn — I’m safe and prosperous and outside the nuclear blast zone — and as a Trump supporter who wants to see him burn Washington to the ground, I’m enjoying — thoroughly enjoying — the spectacle. I’m particularly excited by the prospect of the coming take-down of the Deep State coup plotters. Brennan, Clapper, and Comey: perp-walked, in the dock, orange jump-suits, etc. Bring it!

    YMMV

    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @NobodyKnowsImADog
  46. @anon

    The zionists are laughing their asses off at we goyim, if interested see the 10-28-19 report on trunews.com.

  47. Nobody saw this coming and many saw this coming. Many of us saw this Syrian battle as a prelude to the third world war.
    I think that the parasite is going to jump and jwhoooooo is going to be the next host??????

    • Replies: @Beefcake the Mighty
  48. @Meh

    I believe this may be true. I know of a young man that will be graduating high school soon. He plans on joining the Marines because he has no other economic prospects.

    • Replies: @Realist
  49. Republic says:
    @anon

    15 minute DNA testing as well as being buried at sea in accordance with Muslim customs.

    I have heard that story before!

    Washington needs a new scriptwriter

    • Agree: DESERT FOX, TKK, Herald
    • Replies: @TKK
    , @Carroll Price
    , @anon
  50. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @renfro

    Whoring? Really? How about invading other countries and forcing them to pay tribute. And don’t kid yourself, the Saudis have been paying tribute ever since they found oil. It’s a protection racket.

  51. Rurik says:
    @Jeff Davis

    I look at actions and their results, not the noise of rhetorical “perception management”/mind-rape.

    He has half the nation, 95+ percent of Washington, DC, 95+ of NYC elites, 95+ percent of the media, 100% of the Democrats, half the Republicans, 95+ percent of the world’s people, including their leaders…

    … who hate his guts with a netherworld insanity, and would like to see him and the Deplorables castrated and then burned alive. In that order.

    So is it any surprise that his rhetoric is disjointed and contradictory?

    Is it Donald Trump who’s torturing Julian Assange, or the Deepstate scum who also hate Donald Trump?

    I’ve said all along, that the day he starts a war with Iran, (or anyone else, for that matter), is the day I damn his soul. (insofar as a mortal can do so ; ).

    But he hasn’t started a war with Iran. All screeching- from every orifice of the media and Deepstate and Zion and zio-Christians and MIC and CIA; ad infinitum.- notwithstanding.

    As you so colorfully put it, “I wouldn’t give a damn if Trump wore a tutu and farted and belched..” his Tweets, so long as we get no war with Iran, and the troops ebb their way out of the Eternal Wars.

    That’s how I see it all. The guy is swimming in a septic tank full of Chuck Schumer’s turds and Nancy Pelosi’s acid piss. The pure hatred of the media, and a very significant percentage of Mitts and Marcos and other assorted human excrement. He’s hated by most of the world for simply being an unapologetic white guy, as opposed to the leaders of Germany and France and Canada and England, where sniveling, abased self-loathing is de rigueur.

    I certainly don’t approve of everything he does, but considering that the alternative would have meant the end of even the pretense of human freedom in my lifetime, at least in the (dying) Western world- what he’s done is given us a precious few more years. That’s critical time to plan an escape rout, and get thee to Uruguay. If for no other reason, I’m grateful to Trump for that.

    • Agree: Alden
  52. Realist says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    He plans on joining the Marines because he has no other economic prospects.

    There is always something better.

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
  53. onebornfree says: • Website

    James Corbett on “ISIS chief al-Baghdadi’s “death” ” :

    Regards , onebornfree

    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  54. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dan Hayes

    … she’s the best of the lot!

    Agreed. She’s already disappointed me in many small ways, but one look at the alternatives keeps me on board.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  55. EdNels says:
    @Rurik

    “”That’s how I see it all. The guy is swimming in a septic tank full of Chuck Schumer’s turds and Nancy Pelosi’s acid piss. The pure hatred of the media, and a very significant percentage of Mitts and Marcos and other assorted human excrement. “”

    Yeah, I think I Agree! with this poetical comment.

  56. Improvement of this sorry state would take lots of painstaking capacity building to offset CIA’s ongoing capacity demolition. Everybody at State is a CIA focal point or an actual official-cover fake dip, a professional ratfucker ratfucking Assad or Assange or everybody else A-Z. They could not negotiate their way out of a paper bag. They have no inkling what authorities govern their official functions.

    I looked at the foreign service exam once and thought, who would waste their precious moments on this shit? Grade-school civics, Microsoft office tips & tricks, just crap insulting your intelligence. They’re churning out statesmooks who don’t know what the UN Charter says. They know nothing about diplomatic history. They spy on foreign diplomats instead of just like asking them what they think.

    Your whole fucking country is a joke, a laughingstock, cause CIA knuckle-draggers wrecked it. And it’s extra funny now that Russia can make Langley, the Farm, Camp Swampy, No Man’s Island and all your fusion centers into big sinkholes of molten basalt and there ain’t nothin you can do about it, so you just got to watch the whole world laugh in your face and blow you off.

    • Replies: @Herald
  57. renfro says:

    Here is the whistleblower on Trump’s Ukraine call . Why is it that no matter what rock you turn over there is a Jew underneath?

    Who Is Alexander Vindman? A Ukrainian Refugee Turned White House Official Testifies in the Impeachment Inquiry
    He fled Ukraine at age 3 and became a soldier, scholar and official at the White House. That’s where, he told impeachment investigators, he witnessed alarming behavior by President Trump.

    By Sheryl Gay Stolberg
    Oct. 29, 2019Updated 12:55 p.m. ET

    WASHINGTON — Alexander S. Vindman and his twin brother, Yevgeny, were 3 years old when they fled Ukraine with their father and grandmother, Jewish refugees with only their suitcases and $750, hoping for a better life in the United States

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Hunsdon
  58. Herald says:
    @A123

    Trump has effectively culled Turkey from NATO. Turkey is now totally dependant on arms purchased from Russia. That is a massive win for the U.S. Let Putin deal with Erdogan.

    But back in the real world, it very much seems like a massive win for Russia.

    • Agree: Houston 1992
    • Replies: @A123
  59. Herald says:
    @The Howard Gutman Prize

    Blunt, but very fair and concise. What’s not to like!

  60. With Trump, the threat of pullout from Syria was a bargaining chip with deep state.

    • Replies: @Mike P
  61. TKK says:
    @Republic

    He’s likely managed by the same handlers that hustled Epstein out of NYC.

    And hustled the entire Bin Laden clan out of the country on the night of 9/11.

    • Replies: @Druid
  62. Antares says:
    @TKK

    Thanks for your comment, but I wouldn’t bet on the Kurds, for strategic reasons.

  63. Mike P says:
    @Priss Factor

    With Trump, the threat of pullout from Syria was a bargaining chip with deep state.

    What did he get in return? The 23. execution cum burial at sea of Al-Bugatti? What a deal …

  64. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dan Hayes

    Here’s a perfect example. Some may be thrilled that Tulsi is digging into 911, but I feel her focus on the Saudis is a limited hangout. By blaming KSA, does she preclude investigation of Cheney et al, or Israel? And is she ignorant that MBS is only a satrap of London & Washington? KSA has been locked in a protection racket since they found oil, and I doubt they do anything w/o USA/UK approval, or even instigation. And the radical Islamic terrorists are just as much a problem to KSA. So, FWIW, here’s today’s 911 press conference. Good luck to them.

    Tulsi Gabbard LIVE on the road – 9/11 Press Conference – New York, NY

    • Replies: @Where-Wolf
  65. Agent76 says:
    @anon

    This reveals all of the actors paying their roles. Never put your faith in the media or government.

    Apr 9, 2017 No More

    Sep 26, 2003 57 Years Ago: U.S. and Britain Approved Use of Islamic Extremists to Topple Syrian Government

    BBC reports that – in 1957 – the British and American leaders approved the use of Islamic extremists and false flag attacks to topple the Syrian government.

    http://m.guardian.co.uk/politics/2003/sep/27/uk.syria1?cat=politics&type=article

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
    • Replies: @foolisholdman
  66. @geokat62

    My brother GeoKat how are you doing brother…

    I found this website from Canada and thought you might find it interesting if you haven’t been on it yet. Have you been keeping up with the news in Latin America? A lot of changes going on in South America, the IMF and World Bank is being exposed. What is so crazy, is that Bolivia has the best economy in Latin America with over 6% growth and the people are trying to get rid of Evo Morales.

    Here’s the website: http://presscore.ca/

    I can’t respond to this article because I did not read it…I was looking for you…

    With love from Mexico J.G.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  67. @onebornfree

    James Corbett on “ISIS chief al-Baghdadi’s “death” ” :

    I guess we will soon see a news flash reporting the crash of a US military helicopter with the Special Forces Team that were involved in this operation, all killed…

    • Agree: Kiel
  68. “ever-versatile Lindsay Graham”

    Hehe, nice one Phil.

  69. Alden says:
    @renfro

    Another Jew who just happened to be in the right place at exactly the right time to hear things that don’t appear on the tape.

    One wonders what his great grandfather was doing to the Ukrainian goyim during the Jew Bolshevik genocide

    Every single time.

  70. @renfro

    The comment as a whole

    ,

    Rational behavior? Diplomacy as in having content? …Not in the cards of the US.

    Russia and China have a more coherent behavior, their leaders are better tuned to long term exposure, as …rational beings. The US public agents of influence are tuned to the lowest common denominator, the US prole. They need a banal reality show, an episode every day, and might we wonder, that is all the US elites of today are capable of. The middle class is paid with scraps to polish and burn the low life thieving of the elites. One wonders how stealing and cursing can make you poor in the long run. That is what is happening.

    The dollar lost market share, never talked about, the proles are sold out to consumerism and consequently obesity. Bloated brains and bellies. Nothing the matter. But the elites and the suicidal middle class are starkly drugged and do not grasp their long term survival is done with.

    Good riddance.

  71. @04398436986

    Quite an interesting platform you have, pro lesbian mayors, but anti anti-war; who do you think this appeals to? Jewish groups constantly brag about immigration into white countries, but I’m not sure yall thought that one through. It’s funny because zionists had the perfect golem in the boomer generation, but allowing the gentiles to have even a whiff of nationalism for themselves was apparently a bridge too far. Do you think Jose and Josb, who got here last month, are going to volunteer to fight and die in endless desert wars for Isreal? Or do you think they are more likely to have solidarity with the fellow brown people of Palestine against the white presenting oppressors in the neighboring apartheid state?

    Then comes the insane US foreign policy which exists solely for the benefit of Telaviv. You Mentioned Russia, Iran, and Syria, well guess what, all those countries are very friendly. Then add in China buying $400 billion in oil from Iran (plus foreign meddling in HK) and you have a very strong bloc that are all united against constant antagonism from the US and Isreal. Oh yes, I’m sure an army full of trannies, women, and diversity quotas will be able to fight hardened Mujaheddin. How embarrassing is it for globohomo zioplex when the Russians of all people step in, defeat ISIS, and end the Syrian refugee crisis? Any normal person, without an ulterior motive, would be happy to see an end to the disaster show, yet here you are crying about it. On top of that do you think the world can’t see what happened when Ukraine tried to cozy up to the US, and how one election later they were simply be thrown under the bus to maintain a paper thin narrative?

    Actually yeah, those gulags sound kind of nice. At least then I could finally enjoy a segregated environment with my fellow co-ethnics. We can all have a good laugh over the fact that the US coddles and swaddles Isreal, and yet Russia with a smaller economy than Italy can produce the s-400, which appears to be a lot more effective than the Iron Dome. I’m sure me and the boys will also share a hearty chuckle over the fact that Isreal has a smaller population than NYC, and is surrounded by a billion and a half of those bloodthirsty Muslims you and your ilk welcome into my home. Because of the policies Zionist push on America like no borders, infinity immigrants, infinity welfare, and no limits degeneracy the US is coming apart at the seems, and is in no position to actually project power anymore. Congratulations, you played yourselves.

    • Agree: Robjil, ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @geokat62
  72. anonymous[242] • Disclaimer says:
    @gotmituns

    Bring all our troops home from all foreign lands and seas.

    Lol! When all that ill-gotten wealth ceases to flow in – you know, “take their oil & their minerals & …,” and other forms of economic terrorism – then whitrash mofers like you will be screaming through your buttholes to send back your evil mercenary scum to those same foreign lands and seas.

    • Replies: @Overcommenter
  73. Charlie says:

    Regarding this oil, the margin’s going to be pretty thin when you add in armored convoys and close air support needed to smuggle it out of Syria… and smuggle it to where? Putin’s going to pressure Erdogan to keep it out of Turkey. Maybe Iraq can play the willing accomplice.

    I’m looking forward to the US veto of a joint Russian-Chinese UNSC resolution condemning Illegal Oil Smuggling in Syria.

    Completely fucking nuts.

  74. renfro says:

    There is no end to the corruption of our government.
    And wth is convicted Jewish felon Elliot Abrams doing running the Venezuela coup? Who brought him into the adm?

    USAID is diverting $41.9 million from aid for Central America to pay the salaries of Juan Guaidó’s team as they work to influence policy inside the US.
    https://thegrayzone.com/2019/10/24/usaid-funds-salaries-of-venezuelan-coup-leaders-to-lobby-us-politicians-for-regime-change/

    American taxpayers are now paying the salaries and expenses of dozens of Venezuelan opposition figures who have created a “shadow government” inside Venezuela and abroad. On October 8, USAID signed a bilateral agreement with the faction of the Venezuelan opposition led by National Assembly president Juan Guaidó (whom the Trump administration recognizes as the “interim president” of Venezuela) that includes $98 million in assistance for Venezuelans.
    A memo obtained by the L.A. Times reveals that USAID is diverting $41.9 million from aid for Central America and instead sending it “to Guaidó and his faction… to pay for their salaries, airfare, ‘good governance’ training, propaganda, technical assistance for holding elections and other ‘democracy-building’ projects.”

    Elliott Abrams, the White House’s special envoy to Venezuela, said in an interview that the Trump administration wants to “pay for embassies, ambassadors [and] a National Assembly office in Caracas” for Guaidó’s team. At the signing of the USAID agreement, Carlos Vecchio, Guaidó’s representative in Washington, praised the agency for helping to “enhance our capabilities… in increasing our foreign service,” confirming that funds are going to the Guaidó team.
    To date, no information has been made public as to whose salaries are being paid and how much they are being paid. What we do know is that the hard-earned dollars of American citizens are lining the pockets of Venezuelan politicians who have demanded an increasingly harder line against the Maduro government. This harder line includes brutal economic sanctions that amount to the collective punishment of ordinary Venezuelans

    Max Blumenthal and another journalist were arrested by DC Police hours after The Grayzone published his report on USAID funding to lobbyists for the Venezuelan opposition. They were delivering food to the people inside the embassy and a non English speaking woman representing they Guaidó team claimed they attacked her.

    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
    , @onebornfree
  75. anonymous[242] • Disclaimer says:
    @KenH

    so while ISIS may live on in the hearts of some Muslims

    Yes, a few thousand perhaps.

    But, what of the psychopathy which is at the heart of whitrash supremacy. Hundreds of millions of those psycho-terrorists out there.

    The world can never have peace with them around.

    • Replies: @KenH
  76. @sally

    You realise the White Helmets are a creation of British intelligence/MI6?

    https://ahtribune.com/world/north-africa-south-west-asia/syria-crisis/2127-james-le-mesurier.html

    The Wiki is entertaining.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Helmets_(Syrian_Civil_War)

    “The organisation has been the target of a disinformation campaign by supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian-sponsored media organisations such as RT, with false claims of close ties with terrorist activities and other conspiracy theories….The White Helmets were also banned from entering Kurdish-controlled areas of Syria…” – whyever could that be?

    “Training, funding and support was provided from international partners, including donations from governments in Western Europe, the US and Japan; the Turkish AKUT Search and Rescue Association; and a combination of NGOs, private individuals, public fundraising campaigns, and charities. Primary support and training was provided by Mayday Rescue Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation established by former British Army officer James Le Mesurier”

    After all they’d learned in Syria, you’d think those humanitarian “international partners, NGOs and private individuals” would also be giving generously to provide us with tear-jerking reports from Yemen, where there’s no shortage of legless infants or bombed hospitals, but it doesn’t seem to have happened. Most odd – can anyone explain it?

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
  77. anon (70) very true. The open-source research has blasted through limited hangout #1, “Those darn Saudis!” and limited hangout #2, “Those darn Jews!” to prove that 911 was a CIA attack on the domestic civilian population to undermine rule of law at home and abroad. Why Tulsi is pulling her punches is not clear. She may be struggling with residual indoctrination, or she may think she’s appealing to some notional “conspiracy” demographic.

    The overwhelming forensic proof of US government criminality is not the physical minutiae like free fall or aircraft wreckage but the historical record showing that the perps got illegal biological weapons out of secure storage at Batelle like you gettin a beer from the fridge; called their shot for weeks to panic the public; then sprinkled deadly pixie dust on insubordinate legislators and disposable chumps in a precisely-scripted multimedia show. Who has the organizational reach to do that? Who has the impunity to do that?

    Only CIA.

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-2001-anthrax-deception-the-case-for-a-domestic-conspiracy-2/5417179

    CIA attacked your country. Not some bad apples but the civilian-military command structure of your woeful abject shithole: CIA. It’s what they do.

    • Replies: @anon
  78. Canadians, Americans, Mexicans, Central Americans, South Americans… We own this fucking “Continent”!!! Not the fucking “Zionist Europeans” we need to get them out this hemisphere or they will make you guys fight against us! We just want to be left alone here in Mexico, free to build up our country, economy and infrastructure. Something the Zionist Europeans do not want to see us do. They want the drug war, keep us in endless debt and steal state own companies and resources.

    [MORE]

    Do not support those “mother fuckers” when they call for war against Latin America, because we are uniting as you can see by the recent elections. I will guarantee every single one of you… it will not be like the Arabs. You remember who killed those Zionist Criminals in Mexico City, right? Yes, you do…a Mexican woman walked up to two of the most violent criminals in Israel and took care of business…you do not want to fuck with the men! And likewise we don’t want any shit with you guys!

    But, we all know who gives orders in the US, and that’s why I’m telling you…do not support them!

    Peace and Love from Mexico J.G.

    • Replies: @Daniel Rich
    , @geokat62
  79. @renfro

    Renfro

    Russia sent a warning to leave the Bolivian elections alone and not get involved in the country’s political process. Let’s see if the US and it’s crony states listen…

    Good to see you’re on top of things as usual, my Brother!

    Take care!

    J.G.

    • Replies: @renfro
  80. A123 says:
    @Herald

    in the real world, it very much seems like a massive win for Russia.

    In the real world Russia, Israel and the U.S. Are on the same side.

    So, I Agree. It is a win for all three.

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @Art
  81. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bob Gates' CRISPR Merit Badge

    CIA attacked your country.

    So what country are you in? This reads like Telabib, or London. As for Tulsi, she’s a much better political strategist than I am. She knows better than to knock herself out of the game. (That may leave some of us wondring, like poker.)

    TULSI’S BIG WEEK IN REVIEW – “We will not be silenced”

  82. @YetAnotherAnon

    Agree, and Trump just gave them another 5.7 million to do their fake gas attacks , so we will soon see the ZUS bombing the hell out of Syria again, Trump and Helliary are twins.

  83. onebornfree says: • Website
    @renfro

    renfro says: “There is no end to the corruption of our government.”

    This just in :

    They’re all the same: “Because they are all ultimately funded via both direct and indirect theft [taxes], and counterfeiting [via central bank monopolies], all governments are essentially, at their very cores, 100% corrupt criminal scams which cannot be “reformed”,”improved”, nor “limited” in scope, simply because of their innate criminal nature.” onebornfree

    “Taking the State wherever found, striking into its history at any point, one sees no way to differentiate the activities of its founders, administrators and beneficiaries from those of a professional-criminal class.” Albert J. Nock

    regards, onebornfree

  84. c matt says:

    as empty as all the other rhetoric coming out of the White House over the past two and a half years.

    Just two and a half? Multiply by 100 and you’d be closer.

  85. Druid says:
    @Patrikios Stetsonis

    The donmeh were ataturk and his henchmen. Their successors were the subsequent military governments. Erdogan is not donmeh. The donmeh (jewish sabbatean false converts) murdered the Armenians some of whom sided with the soviets during the war. Remember the jews hate christians!!!

    • Replies: @HEREDOT
    , @Alden
  86. Druid says:
    @TKK

    A Zionist supporting the stupid kurds who are kissing zio arse in the hope of their own state. These kurdish morons were also trying to sell syrian oil to the talmudist gangsters.

  87. anon 113, I didn’t say CIA didn’t attack my country, I just said they attacked yours.

    If Tulsi is too good at political strategy, but not very very good, CIA will just kill her like they killed JFK. So let’s hope she’s very very good. She’s gone up against the Queen of Mena, CIA nomenklatura.

  88. Druid says:
    @TKK

    911 was a Zionist neocon job.

  89. @anon

    There can no longer be any doubt. C.F.R. Tulsi is a fully owned and operated satrap of the Globo Zionist & Clinton Mafia Machine.

    She is herself a hardcore Zionist – and a Hindutva Nationalist to boot. With Hillary throwing her an enormous bone by criticizing her for no obvious reason, just as she was slowly drifting off into irrelevance, we now see the score regarding the new candidate of all our hopes and dreams.

    Tulsi is a Zionist infil-traitor. Her fake name was invented in the same psyop factory as was Barry Sotero’s.

    You read it here first, but I’m not the only one making the realization. The mask has come off.

    Tulsi is a skunk. Those of you on the Zionist teet will reject it because you need an excuse to keep feeding. In fact all of us are feeding but that will soon end – and Tulsi will be the pretty face who delivers the bad news.

    • Troll: Art
    • Replies: @anon
    , @redmudhooch
  90. Art says:

    To give Trump his due, his original announcement that he was removing ALL U.S. troops from Syria made powerful new enemies in the Israel Lobby

    “Lobby”

    Lobby is a nice friendly benign word – why are we using that word to describe something so evil?

    America is in deep trouble because of one thing – AIPAC.

    AIPAC controls congress. Israel is not America’s foremost problem – AIPAC is!

    A cabal of rich US Jews are coercing America’s democracy. The whole world would be a better place if AIPAC did not exist.

    We must focus our contempt at the actual bad guys. Those mendacious coercive Jews cannot escape their evil deeds.

    AIPAC is a dirty word – always use it!

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @geokat62
    , @ChuckOrloski
  91. geokat62 says:
    @OverCommenter

    Congratulations, you played yourselves.

    Welcome to Unz, OverCommenter.

    btw – great comment!

    • Agree: Rurik
  92. Hunsdon says:
    @renfro

    Where is my shocked face?

  93. Art says:
    @A123

    In the real world Russia, Israel and the U.S. Are on the same side.

    (Thanks to AIPAC) In the real world Russia, Israel and the U.S. Are on the same side.

    In the real world AIPAC controls congress. AIPAC is the enemy of the whole world.

    Think Peace — Do No Harm — Art

  94. Ruprecht says:

    I was afraid of this.

    If an oddball, non-mainstream candidate like Trump can’t end the endless wars then no one can.

    Does it matter who you vote for anymore?

    Did it ever?

    If you’re of fighting age, or if you have sons of fighting age, I would be getting very, very nervous.

    https://theredfootedbooby.com/2019/10/29/in-the-news-trump-caves-to-the-military-establishment-time-to-start-thinking-about-yourselves-fellas/

    Does anyone remember democracy? The Constitution?

    http://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=18942

    I’m not sure I do. Maybe we just dreamt it?

  95. geokat62 says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    My brother GeoKat how are you doing brother…

    Hola, JG! Long time no hear.

    I found this website from Canada and thought you might find it interesting if you haven’t been on it yet.

    No, while I’ve never heard of it before, I’ll be checking it out on your recommendation.

    Have you been keeping up with the news in Latin America?

    No much, JG. But, in a previous comment of mine, I was seeking your perspective on a recent headline, How The Sinaloa Cartel Bested The Mexican Army.

    https://time.com/5705358/sinaloa-cartel-mexico-culiacan/

    I can’t respond to this article because I did not read it…I was looking for you…

    LOL, I’m blushing!

    Stay well, JG…with love from Canada, geo

    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  96. @gotmituns

    I fully agree. Armies should never leave their home turf to venture out into the wider world to assist in achieving more corporate gains, on all possible levels.

    One caveat though; quite a few countries spend lofty sums of money to ‘host’ our troops. Therefore, are the taxpayers willing to shoulder yet another financial burden when the troops loyal to the Trump regime come home to roost?

  97. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Where-Wolf

    What, no tranny-bashing? Tulsi attracts the most dedicated trolls. You guys must be scared, lol.

  98. I want war against the “Deep State”!!!

    Uh…, am ready to attack the fuckers now, 🤭but can anyone assembled here tell me 1. where Deep Staters domicile?, 2. who are they?, and 3, How many Divisions do they have because I might have to form a Coalition of the Willing Shallow State?🤠

    To date, the following is what I have!

    In Phil’s article, & with authority, he wrote, “It must be considered that along the way, President Trump was not exactly acting with a free hand. He has been beleaguered by a Deep State.”

    😧. So let’s go, Unzers! We gotta get those Deep pricks! And ‘ya know what, late this afternoon while driving Scranton school bus & listening to Sean Hannity on FM radio, I found he’s really pissed off off at the Deep State for acting with a free hand against The Chosen One. Well those, mother’s, (Zigh) I can’t take anymore beleagurement from them.

    But, but, “hold on, Orloski!” Not so fast. Moments ago I read a Veterans Today “Exclusive” which reported Russia having said that the dramatic al-Baghdadi killing was faked by my “Homeland”😟 as part of a new 🙄move against the region by Deep State. W.T.F. is going on in the Kremlin? And please peruse the VT report, linked below!

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/

    Uh, what the hell gives? Is this Fake News? (Zigh)
    Truthful Lies? (Yikes) Would the anti-Trump “Deep State” allow him to fuck with my presumably patriotic & “beleagured” Shallow State mind?🤪 I better drink a triple boilermaker.

    A premptive warning to Deep State👿:
    Given somehow I determine Russia is telling the truth about the Trump adminstration’s blowing smoke up-my-ass about killing al-Baghdadi, and Deep State’s “new move” will actually kick dumb goyim Scranton butts, I best retreat right now to Venezuela from which the Deep State is away from, uh, on other business. (argh)

    Can Someone please help me, er…, even if it’s Shallow Sean? haha. Thanks…, (Zigh)!

    P.S.: It’s black & white, when a nation gets stuck with a Deep State, all that remains is a Shallow State.

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @Sean
  99. @J. Gutierrez

    No, I didn’t know a Mexican woman killed 2 Israelis in Mexico [city], on 27 July, 2019.

    For others, who, like myself, missed out on the story, here’s a link to the news story.

    Woman shoots two Israelis dead in Chinese restaurant in Mexico City – Link to CNN

    • Replies: @anon
  100. Art says:

    The Democrats, having denounced Trump with one voice, were joined by Republicans like Mitch McConnell, Marco Rubio, Mitt Romney and the ever-versatile Lindsay Graham, all dedicated to the continuation of an interventionist foreign policy,

    “an interventionist AIPAC foreign policy” — Judases one and all!

  101. geokat62 says:
    @Art

    AIPAC is a dirty word – always use it!

    I completely agree, Art. AIPAC is doing tremendous damage on the foreign policy front.

    But AIPAC is only one side of the Jewish Supremacist shekel. On the other side are organizations like the ADL, SPLC, HIAS, etc., etc., that are doing tremendous damage on the domestic policy front (think open borders. censorship, multi-culti, diversity is our strength, miscegenation).

    These organizations are also dirty words – always use them.

    • Replies: @Art
  102. HEREDOT says:
    @Druid

    Who taught you this nonsense! Atatürk has closed all the Masonic lodges! The Jews say that Atatürk is Jewish! Are you Jewish

    • Replies: @geokat62
  103. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Daniel Rich

    Yikes! So is that woman ina rival gang?

    Erez Akrishevsky….. Ukrainian, or Russian Jew? (((Russian mafia))) worldwide.

  104. @Art

    Art said: “We must focus our contempt at the actual bad guys. Those mendacious coercive Jews cannot escape their evil deeds.”

    👍! Oh yeah, Art. Give me five? Uh, I mean 5-days as President and Israel goes 7 and bygone 9/11.

    It’s self inflicted Supremacist Deception for one to focus upon an everywhere-but-nowhere “Deep State.” *

    Just look at the promoters & die hard users of “Deep State,” and what title they don’t like, in fact, near prohibit.

    For example, it’s a “Big tRump-Time” no-no to call the institutional evildoers either Illuminati, Synagogue of Satan. or plain ole “mendacious & coercive” Jews as you do Art. 🤔 Thank you.

    * One might best watch reruns of Arnon Milchan’s Deep State as displayed on cable TalmudVision’s “The X-Files.” (Note: “TalmudVision,” haha, brought to you by geokat)

    Selah, Deep Staters on Two Legs and Shallow Staters on Four Legs; selah, Geo Orwell, “Animal House.”

  105. @Republic

    Washington needs a new scriptwriter

    Why change the script when the old one works everytime? Americans are plain stupid. With with Republicans being as bad as Democrats – maybe worse if possible.

  106. geokat62 says:
    @HEREDOT

    Who taught you this nonsense!

    Brother Nathanael, that’s who!

    Excerpt from JEWISH YOUNG TURKS WERE MURDERERS!

    Mustafa Kemal Attaturk: A Jew of Sephardic origin. Attaturk attended the Jewish Elementary school known as the Semsi Effendi School run by the Jew Simon Zvi.

    http://www.realjewnews.com/?p=95

    He probably drew information from this source:

    Ataturk’s Turkey Overturned

    Some 12 or 13 years ago, when I was reporting from Israel for the New York weekly, the Forward, I wrote a piece on Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern secular Turkey, that I submitted to the newspaper with some trepidation.

    In it, I presented evidence for the likelihood of Ataturk’s having had a Jewish — or more precisely, a Doenmeh — father…

    https://www.nysun.com/opinion/ataturks-turkey-overturned/58997/

  107. renfro says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Uh…, am ready to attack the fuckers now, 🤭but can anyone assembled here tell me 1. where Deep Staters domicile?, 2. who are they?, and 3, How many Divisions do they have because I might have to form a Coalition of the Willing Shallow State?

    The Deep State:

    Establishment politicians of both parties who want to maintain their own power by preserving the status quo of a rigged election system and a corrupt congressional system.

    All special domestic interest, big business, Wall Street, banking, any who benefit from tax and de regulation laws, food suppliers under the FDA, weapons industry, immigration proponents , NRA , internet and IT monopolies, ,etc.,etc., etc., etc..

    All foreign lobbies and interest.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  108. Sean says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    There is the state and there is the nation, both with somewhat different interests. The state is worried about immediate dangers. The nation is long term sustainable conservative. Trump is trying to restore balance to the nation–state.

    I best retreat right now to Venezuela

    On a US pension you can live like a king in a banana republic.

  109. Alden says:
    @Druid

    Not the Soviets, imperial Russia.

  110. @Where-Wolf

    Tulsi stuck up for Assange, said she would drop charges. That means something. So did Sanders, Sanders also said he would cut Israel aid and give it to the Palestinians. Single payer healthcare, plus legalize cannabis, end drug war. Either one would be far better than Israel 1st, Wall St 1st, MIC enriching, deep state Trump. I do appreciate Trumps probably accidental honesty though, could just be his yuge ego, who knows anymore.

    Still waiting on one of you sock puppets to post proof she is a member of the super scary CFR. As I understand anyone on the Foreign affairs committee is automatically enrolled for CFR briefings, not a member.

    As far as Tulsi and 9/11, I haven’t watched the press conference yet, but any exposure is good exposure is it not? The Saudis no doubt played a role, as did many in US govt, media as well as MIC and Neocons. So I’ll take what I can get at this point. Who knows where it might lead. She is friends with D Kucinich, he has come out pretty strongly for opening a new investigation as well. Only an idiot or shill would look at this as a bad thing.

    I find it odd that they have apparently recovered DNA from Bagdaddys bloomers, he supposedly blew himself to smithereens, so I reckon his undies were sewn from some of those kevlar fireproof 9/11 passports. I call BS on the whole story. Dude is probably chillin with Epstein somewhere in Brazil or Israel as we speak. We all know ISIS and Bagdaffy are CIA and Mossad creations. Fake News!

    Trump is not pulling out, and all you who love to scream about white genocide, replacement and invasions have no one but the Trump regime to blame now. All those millions of refugees could start returning to Syria the faster Assad is allowed to rebuild. By stealing their oil and preventing them access to the revenue, this is preventing them from rebuilding their country our wonderful CIA and capitalist overlords have destroyed. Not to mention the 10s of thousands of Christians murdered, the oldest Christian communities in the world, while you still scream about super scary Bolsheviks murdering Christians a century ago, which is mostly FAKE FUCKING NEWS and CIA propaganda to begin with. Lame!

    Yes, I also think Obama, Kerry, Hillary and all the Deep Staters should be held accountable for allowing it to begin with, not an excuse to keep dragging it out though. Pelosi and her bogus impeachment are just a distraction. She belongs in prison as well, she should have been jailed for not, at the very least, impeaching Bush/Cheney, for all the various war crimes they allowed, she’s a criminal. Schiff is owned by the MIC. Sad!

    Read this story, interesting stuff.
    https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/10/28/609751/Mexico-Crime-Cartel-Human-Skull

    • Replies: @anon
  111. geokat62 says:

    Zionist Report just uploaded this video, Angela Merkel Accepts Theodor Herzl Award

    Transcript starting @ 14:54:

    Ladies and gentlemen, Theodor Herzl’s dream of a Jewish State was fulfilled by the founding of the State of Israel in 1948. But in 1965, only 20 years after the crime against humankind, that was the Shoah, the state of Israel established diplomatic relations with the Federal Republic of Germany… is nothing short of a miracle. At any rate, it was a tremendous gift of trust that our country received. Last year, we celebrated together the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel. Then as now, I repeat, the security of Israel is and remains part of Germany’s raison d’être of our national ethos (loud applause).

    My German is a little rusty, but these are the only words that come to mind:

    Auf Wiedersehen, Deutschland!

    • Replies: @Daniel Rich
    , @anonymous
  112. renfro says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    Hi JG

    You think this will wake some people up to how far gone the US is?

    Elaborating on the arrest of Max Blumenthal.
    Read this …having anyone who squeals on the gov arrested…someone in Trump’s adm ordered the DC police to arrest Max.
    Wake up folks……we are now a real bananna republic..if you want something to be afraid of be afraid of this.

    https://thegrayzone.com/2019/10/28/this-charge-is-one-hundred-percent-false-grayzone-editor-max-blumenthal-arrested-months-after-reporting-on-venezuelan-opposition-violence/

    ”Max Blumenthal, the editor of the news site The Grayzone, was arrested on the morning of October 25 on a fabricated charge related to the siege of the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, DC that took place between April and May.

    A team of DC police officers appeared at Blumenthal’s door at just after 9 AM, demanding entry and threatening to break his door down. A number of officers had taken positions on the side of his home as though they were prepared for a SWAT-style raid.

    Blumenthal was hauled into a police van and ultimately taken to DC central jail, where he was held for two days in various cells and cages. He was shackled by his hands and ankles for over five hours in one such cage along with other inmates. His request for a phone call was denied by DC police and corrections officers, effectively denying him access to the outside world

    The arrest warrant was five months old. According to an individual familiar with the case, the warrant for Blumenthal’s arrest was initially rejected. Strangely, this false charge was revived months later without the defendant’s knowledge……Blumenthal was arrested literally hours after The Grayzone published an article on USAID paying the salaries of Guaidó’s team as they lobbied the US government..”

    Who in Trump’s gang sic’ed the Police on Blumenthal?
    .

    • Replies: @geokat62
    , @J. Gutierrez
  113. geokat62 says:
    @renfro

    Who in Trump’s gang sic’ed the Police on Blumenthal?

    Um, let me guess… might it be War Criminal and Special Representative for Venezuela, Elliot Abrams?

    • Replies: @renfro
  114. geokat62 says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    Canadians, Americans, Mexicans, Central Americans, South Americans… We own this fucking “Continent”!!! Not the fucking “Zionist Europeans” we need to get them out this hemisphere or they will make you guys fight against us! We just want to be left alone here in Mexico, free to build up our country, economy and infrastructure. Something the Zionist Europeans do not want to see us do.

    My sentiments exactly, JG.

    Goyim of the world, unite! You’ve got nothing to lose but your chains.

    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  115. bjondo says:
    @Rurik

    Redpill News Durham Investigation Making Progress

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/7hWwoDvwKNM?wmode=opaque

    Interesting.
    At approx 3 min, “bl**n up”.
    Any significance?

    • Replies: @Rurik
  116. @04398436986

    1. Not long ago there was no traction for anti-immigration parties in Europe. More immigrants means more problems means increasing support for anti-immigrant parties. Canada will be the same.
    2. I haven’t heard any right-wing protestations about lesbian mayors in foreign nations.
    3. No doubt this PM will import masses of immigrants as Jews lead the way for third world migration rights, except to Israel, of course, which brazenly calls itself an ethnic state for Jews.
    4. If you don’t know both the US and Israel supported ISIS, when convenient, you don’t know much.
    It’s no secret that during the Obummer administration the decision was made that regime change expelling Assad was more important than fighting ISIS. Under various names, ISIS was a US/Israel proxy army. Sometimes this has also been done under Trump. Nationalism does not have to be white or supremacist. It’s found around the world. The alternative is rule by gigantic corporate-government alliances like Orwell predicted. Or floundering, failed, unelected, anti-democracy, anti-nation-state abominations like the EU and UN. Globalism is built on free movement of capital and people, the general interest be damned.

  117. Kerouak says:

    Some of them and their families were moved to Israel and Jordan and many of them have wound up in Canada.

    Are you saying that CANADA ACCEPTS TERRORISTS ON ITS SOIL, branding them as heroes???

    Why is Irwin Cotler so invested in the White Helmets?
    BY VANESSA BEELEY

    https://ahtribune.com/us/israelgate/3371-irwin-cotler.html

    Canada’s Liberal Party’s Irwin Cotler gave the OK for the no-fly zone which led to the bombing and destruction of Libya.

    Canada’s Liberal Party’s Irwin Cotler played a crucial role in the White Helmets rescue operation with Netanyahu.

    Canada’s Liberal Party’s Irwin Cotler wants Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s leader despite all the thousands dead due to US-NATO blockade of foods and medications.

    Canada’s Liberal Party’s Irwin CotlerCotler supports the MEK terrorists currently hiding in Albania (Europe) and trained by German troops against Iran.

    Faux Humanitarian Irwin Cotler, the White Helmets, and the Whitewashing of an Appalling Agenda

  118. @gotmituns

    Exactly. The Founding Fathers said the same thing. Do not go out in search of monsters. Now any suggestion of pulling troops out of anywhere earns you the title, isolationist Putin puppet!

  119. @renfro

    Netanyahu himself has said that Israel controls the US congress, MSM and Hollyweed. In Israel in Hebrew; no one is allowed to say that truth in the US. Also notice abut 75% of couples in TV ads are white/black. It is so absurd there must be an agenda behind it.

  120. renfro says:

    Jewish genius who thinks no one disapproves of sending Jews to represent the US in the Jewish state. Jews truly live in a Jewish echo chamber.

    @DanielBShapiro
    Follow Follow @DanielBShapiro

    During the Obama Adm, I (a Jewish American) was Amb to Israel. We had an Indian-Amercian Amb to India, a Chinese-American Amb to China, a Korean-American Amb to S Korea, and more. No one questioned our loyalty to the US. I though we were past contemptible dual loyalty charges

    ””I just fell in love with Israel, and I knew from then that I would keep coming back,” ..young Shapiro at Hebrew camp.

    Conflict of interest is a situation in which a person, who is in a position of trust, has a competing personal interest. Such competing interests can make it difficult to fulfill his or her duties impartially A conflict of interest exists even if no unethical or improper act results.

    How long can a country survive both corruption and stupidity?

  121. @geokat62

    GeoKat said:

    Not much, JG. But, in a previous comment of mine, I was seeking your perspective on a recent headline, How The Sinaloa Cartel Bested The Mexican Army.

    Well Geo, from what I have seen and what the government is saying, they had two options,

    1. let him go (the cartel promised a blood bath on the street)
    2. Go to war with them (and expect 300 or more civilian deaths)

    We chose number 1 because there have been too many innocent people killed because the previous administrations didn’t care about the civilian population.

    As soon as the decision was made the Mexican and US MSM began blaming the new president. The opposition were demanding he be arrested, they filed charges and he said “I’m ready to defend my actions in front o any court”. The Courts threw out the bogus complaint filed by the PRI/PAN! We soon found out that the DEA had met with the governor of Sinaloa and State Law Enforcement officials a couple of weeks before this incident happened. The head of the DEA is an x Trump Attorney that was supposed to find someone for the job, but took it himself after he told Trump he couldn’t find anyone that could pass a background check!

    I think he is a Zionist from India another dual citizen! Fucking Indian name (no one can pronounce) and Jew nose, you people ran out of white people or something?

    Anyway to answer your question Geo, about the Sinaloa Cartel, punking our fine Mexican soldiers. I can only remind you “Don’t believe everything you see on the MSM about Mexico! You got me here my brother! Take a look at a clip of the Mexican Special Forces, we sent the red barrettes in the front of the Hell March…the rest are building our new airport and on standby. The DEA, the PRI Governor and the State Police set this up, so it could become a blood bath and blame AMLO!

    Search Vicente Zambada Sinaloa Cartel member convicted in Chicago had a contract with the DEA that allowed them to export tons of cocaine in exchange for information on rival cartels. The judge was going to give him life until the prosecutors told the judge that there was a contract. The DEA told the Sinaloa Cartel about the operation, otherwise how could the mobilize so many people!

    As soon as these motherfuckers arrived…we haven’t heard a peep from any one! These warriors don’t need food, water or sleep when they fight in the jungle. In 2016 they won first place in the Americas Special Forces competition, that was the last time they attended…

  122. This is vaguely related.

    ‘US House recognises ‘Armenian genocide’ in rebuke to Turkey
    Bill marks the first time US Congress describes the killing of Armenians by Ottoman forces during World War I as a genocide’

    Israel warned Turkey she would do this.

    • Replies: @Beefcake the Mighty
  123. L.K says:
    @Germanicus

    There are vassals, the occupied and conquered, the colonies, euphemistically called “allies”, and there is an enemy parasite euphemistically called “ally”, Israel.

    Then there is maybe sort of “junior” ally in crime, the Brits, who are more or less vassals too.

    You nailed it, thank you. Indeed, the only state that makes a sucker out the Zionised USA is Israel.

    Another poster has correctly added in response to renfro:

    Whoring? Really? How about invading other countries and forcing them to pay tribute. And don’t kid yourself, the Saudis have been paying tribute ever since they found oil. It’s a protection racket.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  124. @renfro

    British journalist John Pilger said in a speech where he defended Assange… that if we allow a journalist to be arrested for telling the truth, we might as well forget we live in a free society. What he was saying is exactly what just happened, and how you feel right now brother! That is fucking bullshit!

    We hear that Trump is a Nationalist and the Globalist are the enemy. But let me tell you something if Trump is a Nationalist like his Trumpets think, why is he protecting the Jews? Our new president is a Nationalist and doesn’t do stupid shit like kiss the IMF ass, he kicked them out! Argentina, Ecuador, Peru and many Latin American countries are looking at Mexico for leadership.

    I think there is something really wrong with Trump, mentally brother! One minute he says one thing the next minute he say another. Putin makes him look like a chump, and that’s embarrassing even or me, and I’m Mexican!

    Hang in there brother, I’m trying to stay focused on what’s going on in Latin America. That’s why I haven’t been on this site!

    With love from Mexico J.G.

  125. geokat62 says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    I can only remind you “Don’t believe everything you see on the MSM about Mexico!

    That’s exactly why I prefer to get my news of Mexico and the rest of Latin America from you, JG.

    These warriors don’t need food, water or sleep when they fight in the jungle.

    I’m very familiar with Mexican warriors, JG. I first took note of the warrior spirit when I used to closely follow boxing. It was very apparent that Mexican boxers had the heart of a lion.

    In 2016 they won first place in the Americas Special Forces competition…

    Very impressive march, JG… thanks for sharing!

  126. @geokat62

    GeoKat, the website I sent you is a Canadian site that investigates Zionists and the Catholic Church. They report that the pipeline that is supposed to bring the tar oil down to the US is also bringing down Canada’s fresh drinking water and nobody is saying anything about it. He said pipelines are supposed to be color coded by what they transport. Green is for water, brown is for oil/gas and orange is or chemical mixes. The pipeline they are building is green!

    Here is the fucked up thing I discovered…the pipelines that were just built here in Mexico and pass behind my ranch are all green and they are supposed to be for gas. I think the US fucked up their water supply with all that fracking and now they need our water!

    Why else would they need all those pipelines, Mexico has plenty of gas but they contracted to purchase gas from the US and Canada. The website says the tar sands project is a corrupt project that destroys more land than what it can make processing that sludge.

    Just thought I’d share that with you brother…I’M with you, we gotta unite and rid ourselves of these parasites. Before it’s too late!

    Later Brother…

    • Replies: @geokat62
  127. @HEREDOT

    Zionism brought Erdogan to power? You could have claimed anything else, but this. Even Bashar Al-Asad, one of Erdogan’s worst enemies, wouldn’t be so ridiculous to suggest this. If the Zionists brought Erdogan to power, why did they have to resort to staging a coup against him? They wouldn’t and didn’t stage one against Ataturk. Making up a false statement like the above does not reflect well on you.

  128. @geokat62

    Tschüss Frau Merkel.

    To paraphrase AH, “Raus. Verdammt nochmal!”

    She should have raised her right arm and said, “I lif ovazhere….”

    I wonder what ordinary Germans have to say about it…

    If any of the Unz Review’s guest are German, please let me/us know.

    Thanks in advance.

    The war ended 74 years ago. Time to give it a pension and park it in a senior citizens home.

  129. @Jeff Davis

    He had plenty of time to assemble a team that would actually work to bring about his campaign promises, but he consistently appointed people who were publicly opposed to his campaign. If nothing else, he could have at least found some dependable generals to head the military so he could stop his opponents from doing illegal shit, but no, nothing.

    You don’t get to stock your cabinet full of neocons then look surprised when they act like backstabbing Trotsky-loving “globalists”. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, gets taught by other ducks, takes money from the ducks, marries its offspring to ducks, and it’s celebrated in duckville as the best honorary duck since Cyrus, it’s probably a duck.

  130. ” Trump is a Nationalist and the Globalist are the enemy. But let me tell you something if Trump is a Nationalist like his Trumpets think, why is he protecting the Jews? Our new president is a Nationalist and doesn’t do stupid shit like kiss the IMF ass, he kicked them out! Argentina, Ecuador, Peru and many Latin American countries are looking at Mexico for leadership.”

    I am not sure any of this has any exclusive domain to barring a nationalist agenda.

    IMF

    https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2009/04/02/no-strings-attached

    I am no expert on bending over, but the reference sure looks a lot like bowing to me.

    https://worldview.stratfor.com/article/mexico-turning-imf

    https://www.forbes.com/consent/?toURL=https://www.forbes.com/2009/04/02/mexico-imf-credit-business-oxford.html

    Hardly signs of independence from the the IMF/World Bank and the UN, the referenced three are partners.

    https://larouchepac.com/20191029/next-blow-against-terror-help-mexico-seal-its-border-drugs-arms-and-human-trafficking

    No point even mentioning the debt structure of the list of LA countries you mention deep in IMF mode;s of finance.

    I am unclear just how committed the president is to nationalist agenda. But as long as he continues to press for defending US sovereignty on issues such as immigration —

    well, I don’t agree with speculation about mental disorders, but even if true, he’s part of a very long list presidents with mental handicaps.

    https://www.addiction.com/6154/even-u-s-presidents-suffer-mental-illness/

    Again, I am unconvinced. But as long as he supports keeping US cities from being run by drug cartels, IMF isn’t the only organization getting cudos from mexican authorities.

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-sinaloa-drug-cartel-clobbered-the-mexican-army/

    Shrug

  131. @renfro

    Hey Renfro!

    Thanks for courteously offering a Deep State definition, including lengthy summary,🤔

    Respectfully, I don’t buy it, & demonstrably, linked below, neither does Miriam😏-Webster. Also very respectfully, am wondering what is Phil Giraldi’s & long shot, Putin’s definition. Thank you, renfro!

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/deep%20state

    • Replies: @renfro
  132. @J. Gutierrez

    Hi JG, a bit OT, but why do you think drug violence in Mexico has spiked since 2006? Is it simply a reaction to the Mexican govt stepping up the pressure, or something else? (FWIW I take it as a given that intelligence organs like the CIA are behind the global drug trade.)

  133. @Colin Wright

    This is a very important development. It shows that Organized Jewry are terrified of losing in Syria and are willing to sacrifice their whole “genocide” monopoly myth.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @Mike P
  134. @Anderson439

    The relationship between Turkey and Israel is complicated, and while it’s probably true that Erdogan is comparatively autonomous, the Donmeh roots of the Turkish ruling class is not in doubt. Hence suspicions about Erdogan, say, are warranted.

  135. @L.K

    Indeed, the US military serves as the “protection money” and “debt” collector of the IMF mafia. They are the enforcers of the IMF mafia, and it is a shame the US military devolved into a mafia itself, with its tons of private contractors, aka mercenaries who fight for the highest bidder.

    Reminds me of medieval Italy, Condottieri, and a jewish Borgia Pope, or the various East India companies, with their red & white striped flags.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
  136. anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @Beefcake the Mighty

    “Guarding the oil” may be a smokescreen.

    ZUS is determined to remain in Syria until Syria comes into central banking system.

    James Jeffrey has been on record for at least a year that Syria’s ability to exercise sovereignty will be constrained:

    Question: “Is there anything more that the U.S. could be doing to put pressure on Russia to stop helping the Assad regime indiscriminately bomb civilians?

    Jeffrey: “We’re already doing a great deal. We’ve got a very broad sanctions program that Treasury runs. We have very close coordination with the E.U., which runs its own sanctions program. We have blocked all reconstruction assistance from anywhere including UNDP [U.N. Development Programme], World Bank, any place, anywhere inside Assad’s part of Syria. We are pursuing aggressively a ‘no diplomatic recognition’ policy throughout the world. For example, the Syrians were not invited back into the Arab League. So we’re putting as much pressure on the regime, and on its supporters, Russia and Iran, as possible.

    But also, although it’s not our purpose in being in northeastern Syria, we are in northeastern Syria and that by its nature keeps the regime out. The Turks are in northwest Syria for their own reasons, but that keeps the regime out. The Israelis are going after Syria’s ally Iran for its long-range systems that it’s introduced into Syria. So there’s a great pressure we’re putting the regime under.” https://thedefensepost.com/2019/09/20/james-jeffrey-interview-syria-iraq-tanf-isis/

    in other words, US is leading an economic war to achieve economic and political domination over Syria. Warring parties include Russia — which may or may not have been coopted.

    Just a coincidence:
    Yesterday Steve Mnuchin embarked on a Middle East tour: first stop: Tel Aviv, then on to India.

    Scoff at you will at the weirdo rabbis who mumble about Jerusalem the center of the world.
    I think they mean it, and zioJews are using USA institutions to make it happen. Just before Jews throw US under the bus.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  137. Rurik says:
    @bjondo

    Any significance?

    I’d like to think so, but alas, I doubt it.

    9/11 was the seminal event of this century and our lifetimes. It was and is an ‘all or nothing’ event.

    Yet, with every war crime, act of treason or serial atrocity- that Dr. G eloquently laments regularly, still to this day he’s too prudent to take on 9/11.

    I have a dream, (and I suspect that’s what they’re trying to torture out of Julian Assange), is whether or not there’s a ‘Dead Man’s Switch’, should Julian be assassinated, (or tortured into a mental/psychological zombie – like ((they)) did to Ezra Pound).

    Guys like Assange (and especially Snowden) must surely know the truth vis-a-vis 9/11, but are (perhaps understandably) reticent to blow it all up, (so to speak ; ).

    But if perhaps someone close to Assange, and doesn’t want to wait until he’s executed, might activate the DMS, then who knows?

    What is my fear?

    That if it became widely known that Israel and the CIA, with elements at the highest levels of our government and media, conspired to slaughter 3000 Americans as a pretext for Eternal Wars for Israel…

    .. that Americanus Bovinus simply won’t care.

    It’s the same thing that Snowden mentioned when they asked him what he expected to accomplish with his heroic revelations. His biggest fear was that Americans simply wouldn’t care.

    I remember Waco, when our government locked those people in the church compound, (shot them if they tried to leave) and then burned them all alive. (And then lied about it). The people who did that were promoted. The media simply called the victims ‘whackos’, and said Koresh was having sex with the children, so as far as Americans were concerned, they got what they deserved.

    The couple who were in the White House at the time, were just recently almost returned to the White House. Half the country (and most of Europe and Islam) wishes Hillary was the Commander in Chief of the ZUS military.

    >>shudder<<

    So, I guess I'm just cynical.

    I doubt most Americans have given Waco or 9/11 or the Eternal Wars much thought. And if you bludgeoned them with the truth, they'd resent you more than the people who perpetrated those atrocities.

    So Trump is better off playing the game, and participating in the fraud that it was the nineteen 'terrorists' with box cutters who brought those three buildings down.

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
    , @Daniel Rich
  138. anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @geokat62

    All these scum zionist ‘leaders’ in the Western capital should be executed as traitors and war criminals
    now.
    George Bush, the mass murderer and criminal baby killer has been promoted by placing his trash, they call painting, at the ‘southwest’ museum.

    https://glasstire.com/2018/01/27/george-w-bushs-paintings-at-the-museum-of-the-southwest/

    These criminals, terrorists, baby killers, invaders, rapist, thieves not only are not arrested, but they are promoted, that’s why they and their children continue to kill and invade and leave millions of deaths and refugees. Destroy them all NOW.

    Thus, the world population must take the law in their hands and destroy them all by any means. All options should be on the table.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  139. @Rurik

    Agree, zionists are behind the terrorism in the ZUS and the mideast!

    • Replies: @Rurik
  140. @anonymous

    Hey anonymous # 299!

    In general, I liked & learned from your comment,👍 but writing as an experienced Scranton School District bus driver, I have a problem with especially your last sentence, as follows: “… and zioJews are using USA institutions to make it happen. Just before Jews throw US under the bus.”

    Fyi, local & heads-up pedestrians are typically cautious, & unless suicidal, they beware oncoming buses.🤗

    Nonetheless, no one who holds power inside “USA institutions” has bothered to tell dumb goyim Amerikans that the D.C./Tel Aviv Mass Transportation System has creamed them soon after my “Homeland” got dinged by the Federal Reserve. 😟

    In summary, #299, tribe bus drivers have long ago made the USA “roadkill.” And thanks very much!

    • Replies: @Mike P
  141. Mike P says:
    @Beefcake the Mighty

    Well, it is only going to alienate Turkey further, so what is the point? If anything, it invites retaliation by the Turks – they might just come out against the Only Genocide That Matters (TM).

    • Replies: @Assad al-islam
  142. Mike P says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Fyi, local & heads-up pedestrians are typically cautious

    … if they spot you behind the wheel, that is. 😉

    • LOL: ChuckOrloski
  143. anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    These zionist ‘leaders’ who have given the Jewish mafia tribe billions of dollors and supported the zionist crimes against Palestinians and Iranians and other groups are attacking the ‘award’ because they are saying the zionist behind kisser who supported Israeal crimes against humanity has not done enough.

    Gatestone a zionst far right writes:

    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/15040/angela-merkel-zionism-prize

    [“Why is Merkel being awarded the Theodor Herzl Award? Because her representative at the United Nations abstains in anti-Israel resolutions — and thereby de facto supports them?]

    https://rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/gatestone_institute/

    Gatestone is a clearinghouse for hawkish right-wing commentaries on national security, the Middle East, and Islam, as well as a convener of high-dollar events on security and energy issues. It is an offshoot of the neoconservative Hudson Institute.

    Also another zionazi outlet writes:

    [American and German Jews objected to the World Jewish Congress’s decision to honor German Chancellor Angela Merkel with the Theodor Herzl Award because of her support for the Iran nuclear deal and her failure to combat rising Jew-hatred in the federal republic. The Zionist Organization of America announced on Friday its opposition to honoring Merkel.]

    https://www.jpost.com/International/ZOA-opposes-oppose-Herzl-award-to-Merkel-604460

    So these zionist stooges who are called ‘leaders’ and have supported Jewish mafia crimes against humanity and have allowed to steal Palestinian land and cover for these thieves to keep it for more than 75 years, must know nothing is enough for the zionist thieves until they erect “world government’ where YOUR children will be nothing but slaves like YOU and YOUR COUNTRY.

    So these ‘leaders’ are responsible for millions of Muslim deaths where these scums allowed and cooperated with, also destruction of their countries.

    So, when US/Israel create terrorist organization and terror group and then execute them or assassinate them after they use them against civilian population for regime change to bring puppet to power and are trying to create puppet state like ‘kurdistan’, then people have the right to destroy these traitors.

    The people have the right to execute or assassinate these scums and traitor to bring peace on earth.
    These zionist traitors are stealing people oil wells, robing their museum and libraries, destroy their crop and invade their countries to control them. The UN is the US / Israel house like ICC a western tool for regime change.

    People must destroy these traitors and war criminals, rapists and thieves by any means including execution.

    • Replies: @Daniel Rich
  144. @Mike P

    If anything, it invites retaliation by the Turks – they might just come out against the Only Genocide That Matters (TM).

    Maybe, this is the intention!

  145. KenH says:
    @anonymous

    Oh yes, “whitrash” supremacy is a big problem that requires the world’s attention. White people are so unspeakably awful that all non-whites wish to live in white, Western nations.

    And to a Jewish dish rag troll like you all whites bear the taint of white supremacy but no more than a “few thousand” Muslims do for murderous religious extremism.

  146. HEREDOT says:
    @Anderson439

    Jewish “medal of courage by the Jews” was given to Erdogan. Jewish morton Abramowitz, the ambassador of Ankara to the USA, founded his party.

  147. Mork D says:

    Trump doesn’t get a pass because some “Deep State” apparatus is allegedly aligned against him.

    I also like how Giraldi states that the Democrats spoke out against Trump “with one voice,” while only “Republicans like X, Y, and Z” spoke out against Trump. Wrong. It’s the ESTABLISHMENT which is speaking out against Trump’s Syria withdrawal policy. This is just incessant right-wing bias.

  148. Art says:
    @geokat62

    But AIPAC is only one side of the Jewish Supremacist shekel. On the other side are organizations like the ADL, SPLC, HIAS, etc., etc., that are doing tremendous damage on the domestic policy front (think open borders. censorship, multi-culti, diversity is our strength, miscegenation).

    Do we know how much damage AIPAC is doing on the foreign and domestic side of congress’s business? AIPAC’s access to congress is total. You can bet that AIPAC decides who gets what committee chairmanships and what legislation is voted on.

    AIPAC has more power over America than any other organization. When an AIPAC foreign agent darkens the door of a congressman – he has to be hated by the American staffers.

    We can make it easier for those staffers to do what is right by America. We can publish the Jew agent’s demands.

    How many views a day does Unz Review get regarding Jews and Israel – if we focused on AIPAC misdeeds – could we make a difference? Could we make AIPAC uncomfortable?

    Is that a worthy goal?

    • Replies: @Art
  149. @gotmituns

    When you start paying twice to three times a gallon for gas than you pay now or twice what you pay for some junk chinese manufactured electrical gadget that you do not really need You may change your mind about having the US military stationed all over the world.

    Yeah I know the elites benefit the most but you also benefit from the US military stationed all over the world. So pay your taxes for the US military or pay more for the things you want and need at the cash register

    • Disagree: renfro, Beefcake the Mighty
  150. renfro says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Your Webester says….

    Definition of deep state

    : an alleged secret network of especially nonelected government officials and sometimes private entities (as in the financial services and defense industries) operating extralegally to influence and enact government policy
    //The power of the deep state comes from experience, knowledge, relationships, insight, craft, special skills, traditions, and shared values. Together, these purported attributes make nameless bureaucrats into a supergovernment that is accountable to no one. That is a scary prospect David Rothkopf

    This is what Rothkopf described elewhere….”Leaders in international business, finance and the defense industry not only dominate the superclass, they move freely into high positions in their nations’ governments and back to private life .
    Which is what I stated…..domestic and foreign special interest. And they dont even have to be in government, the can excerise their power and influence thru money .

    Let me direct you to my comment number 80 at https://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/an-imperfect-bit-of-statecraft/#comment-3529579 on Elliot Abrams and Venezuela..

    The nameless bureaucrats aren’t nameless and the secret network isn’t secret any more……its all right in front of your face if you keep up with a wide variety of information ..economic, financial, foreign and care to connect the dots.. Every one of the so called network ‘ members’ with ‘shared values’…and their values aren’t necessarily shared, some being mutual and others different…..ARE REPRESENTING SOME SPECIAL INTEREST among the sectors I mentioned.

    As an excerise in finding the Deep State behind the push to coup Venezuela…..find out who benefits from it and why Abrams was selected to carry it out.

    I understand its easier and less work to just call everything ‘secret’ …as if you can’t find it….and believe in a ‘solitary Deep State’…but if you do you are only seeing ‘results’ not who did what and why.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  151. @renfro, @Beefcake the Mighty, @GeoKat62, @EliteComminc, @Rurik, @Chuck Orlonski, @Daniel Rich, @Redmudhooch

    Guys, this video was just released by the Mexican government. Unlike any other leaders in the free world, our new President AMLO as he is known, holds a news conference every morning. Reporters are briefed on current events and allowed to ask questions.

    In this briefing he has the General in charge of the Mexican Military explain what happened during the raid on the Sinaloa Cartel. As you can see in the video before they apprehend Olvidio Guzman, the Mexican Law Enforcement group comes under fire by the Cartel Members. Olvidio and other people are told to come out and Olvidio is told to call someone and tell them to stop the shooting.

    [MORE]

    When he is on his cell phone, he tells them to back off and stop firing, he says he doesn’t want things to escalate into total destruction.

    The General goes through the timeline of events during the confrontation. He talks about the first soldiers injured, the call made to the president, armed gunmen approaching the compound and vehicles outside the Military base. He says that Military personnel and their families had been taken captive and were being threatened with murder if they didn’t release Olvidio. He says that armed gunman were already stationed around the city with 50cal machine guns, Ak 47, AR15, anti-air missiles, grenade launchers, etc. The General said that his men observed and reported the gunmen were under the influence of drugs, the soldiers did not act aggressively but only fired when fired upon due to the situation.

    The President reports to the media reporters that an investigation is underway to determine how the Cartel members were alerted and who did it. All information pertaining to this event will be posted immediately on the government webpage and nothing will be excluded from the report so the “Master” is kept informed, the “Master” the only “Master” we have is the “People of Mexico”.

    In my opinion, from what I have read, seen and my past knowledge of how the PTB operate. This was a typical “false flag” operation directed at destabilizing the new president. It was planned and directed by the DEA (in there previous meeting with the Governor), the Sinaloa governor (who was paid 700,000 pesos and given visas for his entire family by the US) and the Sinaloa State Law Enforcement officials (who received drones, funding and other military equipment).

    FYI, the US Military was allowed into Mexico as part of the “Merrida Initative”. An estimated 5,000 Military personnel and equipment along with heavy machine guns were allowed to operate in Mexico under that agreement.

    Project Gunrunner allowed US weapons to be shipped to Mexico. The Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Darrell Issa, said the Department of Justice had “blood on their hands” for the ATF Project Gunrunner, which saw 2,020 firearms illegally bought and shipped to Mexico under ATF supervision. US gun rights activists and other gun policy groups have called Project Gunrunner an attempt to undermine gun rights in the US and called for a resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder.

    In Mexico, Manuel J. Jauregui of the Reforma newspaper wrote, “In sum, the gringo (American) government has been sending weapons to Mexico in a premeditated and systematic manner, knowing that their destinations were Mexican criminal organizations.”Like many politicians, Mexican pundits across the political spectrum expressed anger at news of the operations. La Jornada, a left-leaning newspaper, asked “US: ally or enemy?”The paper also argued that the Mérida Initiative should be immediately suspended. A right-leaning paper accused the US of violating Mexican sovereignty.

    The newly elected president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, declared in May 2019 that Mexico is withdrawing from the Merida Initiative, and will instead seek a pact in support of a development plan for Central America to control migration. (Hence the False Flag Operation we see)

    Guys we are not blind and stupid in Mexico and support our President 100%.

    With Love and Respect from Beautiful Northern Mexico…J.G.

  152. Rurik says:
    @DESERT FOX

    zionists are behind the terrorism in the ZUS and the mideast!

    recently watched a documentary on Tsar Nicholas II.

    The Tsarina was asking him about a crack downs on ‘the Jews’, and he said with exasperation, ‘They’re terrorists!” The crux of the scene was that Nicolas was a terrible anti-Semite for harboring such bigoted views.

  153. On my previous post, I want you guys to look at the video, and notice how Mexican Law Enforcement officials take down the suspects. Now, compare that to how the American Law Enforcement officials take down their suspects. There is a big difference guys…American’s would have grabbed them, thrown them down, jumped on their back with a knee to the neck and cuffed them. The woman would have received the same treatment, because we have all seen how the militarized police state operate.

    I find it so disgusting watching an overweight policeman, dressed in military gear, getting his rocks off, playing soldier with the American citizen. Those are the motherfuckers that would have folded under fire in a real combat zone, where the enemy fights back.

    Just my opinion and I think I know renfro and rurik enough to feel they agree.

    I have to go to the ranch now, so I’ll read my responses later when I get back…

    J.G.

    • Agree: Beefcake the Mighty
    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @renfro
  154. @renfro

    Okay, okay, renfro.

    So you did not take the easy route, like me,😟 and brand the “Deep State” identity as secret.

    Congratulations, great job, and a question. By chance, following the logic of your remarkable research & U.R. comment-report, it was likely Trump who sicced Abrams on Venezuela. Cool!

    So the present Deep State target, Trumpstein, favors the “Benjamins” that would MAGA — but not Israel –by taking Venezuelan oil. Haha. But does Goldman Sachs Group want to MAGA? haha.🙃

    Lucky Maduro didn’t get the al-Baghdadi treatment, eh?

    Final question. re; ZUS POTUS elections and democracy. According to Phil Giraldi’s take, Trump is now “beleagured” by Deep State. Uh, could the preZident summon the knowledgeable David Rothkopf to testify on his behalf during ongoing impeachment proceedings? Or is he simply fucked, & must live with his non-Deep State crimes over & done? 😏

    At any rate, thanks, renfro for yanking me out of a dark & secret Deep State hole.👍 And in order for The Chosen One to clinch a 2nd term, Amerikan Deplorables truly now need Rothkopf’s public i.d.’ing of the beleaguring Deep State.

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @renfro
  155. @anon

    Perhaps Hillary and her fellow Spirit Cookers have conjured up Bagdaddy from whatever circle of Hell it is that ZUS terrorist puppets go to when they die, more than 5 times. We’ll see if they can do it again.

  156. Rurik says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    I find it so disgusting watching an overweight policeman, dressed in military gear, getting his rocks off, playing soldier with the American citizen

    You’re absolutely right, J.G.

    We live in a Total surveillance Police State. And the uniformed thugs are all too happy to stomp on any citizen who’s deluded enough to still believe they have rights.

  157. @DESERT FOX

    The zionists took control of America when they fastened their privately owned FED and IRS on America in 1913, and then came the perpetual wars for zionism!

    That was just the beginning. No doubt, having limitless money helped them to take over congress, the Senate, local government, education and Academia, the publishing industry, films and entertainment, radio and TV and the military top brass. After that it must have been a doddle to get the US military to swear allegiance to Israel.

  158. renfro says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Sorry if it sounded like a lecture…..BUT……I want everyone to know everything !!!….LOL
    Or should say , know many things they can pass on and share because none of us can know everything….but we can all know something.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  159. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @Republic

    my stomach’s too weak to take more than about 4 min. of Cenk Wigger. Yesterday he said, yes, Baghdadi has been pronounced dead 5 times before, but this time is different because a lot of important people said so . . .

  160. @Agent76

    Sep 26, 2003 57 Years Ago: U.S. and Britain Approved Use of Islamic Extremists to Topple Syrian Government

    BBC reports that – in 1957 – the British and American leaders approved the use of Islamic extremists and false flag attacks to topple the Syrian government.

    No basic disagreement with the post, I just want to point out that the arithmetic is wrong.
    I.e. 57 years before 2003 was 1946.
    1957 was 62 years ago.
    1957 was 43 years before 2003.

    • Replies: @Daniel Rich
  161. renfro says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    So the present Deep State target, Trumpstein, favors the “Benjamins” that would MAGA — but not Israel –by taking Venezuelan oil. Haha. But does Goldman Sachs Group want to MAGA? haha.🙃

    I am not yet sure what the game is with Venezuela. I do know that last year two friends of Trump Jr. from Texas approached Trump about Venezuela. My memory is sketchy right now…..some kind of ‘investment consortium’ ….trying to weasel in maybe between some big oil company and a ‘new regime as advisors or investors.
    I am sure it will be revealed in good time.

  162. renfro says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    I do agree. US police forces have been ‘Israelized’…the Police are no longer protectors of the citizens…they now treat everyone as potential terrorist.

  163. “Guys, this video was just released by the Mexican government. Unlike any other leaders in the free world, our new President AMLO as he is known, holds a news conference every morning. Reporters are briefed on current events and allowed to ask questions.”

    As do most countries, nonunique and in total nonresponsive to the either your initial comments and the response.

    The fact that the Pres. of Mexico is a nice all round guy, and is battling the cartels is all in all an admission that the observations I referenced are correct. And the conspiracy that the attack was in fact orchestrated by the DEA to discredit Mexican officials is over shadowed by the country’s long history of corroborating with criminal elements in order to get along.

    And the but look what you guys do is to completely change the subject. On several levels

    1. — this not about take downs

    2. — it does not in any manner redress the infiltration and complicity of Mexican officials in aiding and abetting the cartels, nor the failure of Mexico abide by its agreement on immigration enforcement

    3. — that the current government is completely bought into globalization economically as well socially via the UN — which is why it asserts the UN immigration quota demands in the discussion as routine.

    I won’t respond further as I am deep in enemy territory and will be entreatied to a host of nonsensical irrelevant complaints about Jews and Israel. But I for one am clear — the case issues in response to your comments stand and they stand fully on their own accord.

    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  164. @anon

    Put People Before Politics

    Will never happen too many crooks in politics.

    I am a student of History/reality.

    I wish the world was not full of silly and greedy human beings but it is.

    I just do not believe in unicorns.

  165. @renfro

    My Brat, renfro, descended from Pikers Peak,🤗, haha, and triumphantly let on: “none of us can know everything….but we can all know something.”

    Yeah, but there’s the problem consisting of people who know “a lot,” but are profitably sucking from off the teats of The Bottomless Golden Calf sac, and like Sergeant Schultz, they “know nothing.”

    Yeah, 👍, there are also “Homelanders” who definitely can know something’s very fucked up. But then, (Zigh)…, the Simon & Garfunkel lyric phenomenon takes hold, and, “A comfortable (dumb goyim) man hears what he wants to hear, and disregards the rest.” 😒

    In the end, the “Deep State” concept is engineered as ubiquitous and, haha, it is simultaneously nowhere.🙃

    Subsequently, good U.R. authors & commenters tend to employ the catchy “Deep State” when making noble effort to help enlighten & awaken lots of endarkened Amerikans. 👍!

    (zzZigh), haha, 😕, eh-hem, and speaking from atop Scranton’s Montage Mountain, I condescend & speaketh down to renfro:
    “Knowing something about what’s unknowably ‘there,’ i.e. the Deep State, is better to “pass on to others” instead of bending over & taking a Deep One (gang bang) from fuckers who pretend to like you.

    Thanks, renfro. We’re fucked, & good deep night.

    P.S.: I am not pro-“Deep State” unless there arises an emergency involving challenge to either the ZUS 2020 election validity, or challenge to the dead lives of Shabbos goy’mothas😈 who aborted deep American aspirations in order to “be all they could Zio-shallow be.”

  166. @Rurik

    I doubt most Americans have given Waco or 9/11 or the Eternal Wars much thought.

    There’s always TV [Talmud Vision – TM geokat] to stare at…

    Once the debt bills drop on doormats, perhaps then [most] people will wake up and demand some sort of action, but by then, of course, it’s too late.

    Game over.

    • Agree: Rurik
  167. @anonymous

    People must destroy these traitors and war criminals, rapists and thieves by any means including execution.

    I like to turn an attacker’s weapon on himself [like grabbing a gun].

    So, how about turning the [utterly misplaced] label of ‘antisemite [all Arabs, Muslims and Palestinians fully excluded]’ into a Badge of Honor along the lines of, “An ‘antisemite’ is someone hated by Jews”?

    Turn the terminology into the garbage it actually is and be done with it, once and for all.

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
  168. @foolisholdman

    No basic disagreement with the post, I just want to point out that the arithmetic is wrong.

    You ain’t no fool, that’s for sure [a compliment].

    side note,: I completely missed it, so, thanks.

  169. geokat62 says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    the website I sent you is a Canadian site that investigates Zionists and the Catholic Church.

    Nice to know there is a Canadian doing this kind of work. Thanks for bringing it to my attention, JG.

    Just thought I’d share that with you brother…

    Keep ‘em coming, JG!

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
  170. geokat62 says:

    Latest video by Zionist Report, “GOOGLE DANCING ISRAELIS” – CHARLIE KIRK TRUTH BOMBED


    Description:

    Totally based!! Hats off (especially those MAGA hats) to this guy and let this serve as inspiration. We need more of this!

  171. geokat62 says:

    An extremely funny Ramzpaul (starting @ 1:55) in his latest video, The Fake Culture War:

    Description:

    Are mass legal immigration, support for Israel and support of sexual deviancy the basis of Conservatism? Charlie Kirk, head of TP-USA, seems to think so.

  172. @EliteCommInc.

    I won’t respond further as I am deep in enemy territory and will be entreatied to a host of nonsensical irrelevant complaints about Jews and Israel. But I for one am clear — the case issues in response to your comments stand and they stand fully on their own accord.

    EliteComminc, feel free to respond to me anytime you want, because you won’t see me complaining about Jews and Israel about matters of money. No sir, I know where the Banks operate, the City of London in British/Israel.

    lI am no expert on bending over, but the reference sure looks a lot like bowing to me.

    The Credit Line that you are referring to was taken out in 2009 by Felipe Calderon who as you say loved to bend over to Anglo Bankers. I agree with you.

    Hardly signs of independence from the the IMF/World Bank and the UN, the referenced three are partners.

    Now, this I disagree with you because we know the IMF/World Bank and the USA are the three partners. They are the two claws of the American Eagle, and work for US corporate interests. The new Mexican President has decided not to use the IMF credit line prompting them to tell Mexico that the new Argentine government requested another loan and only so much money if available. This sent a message to use the credit or risk losing it to Argentina.

    https://larouchepac.com/20191029/next-blow-against-terror-help-mexico-seal-its-border-drugs-arms-and-human-trafficking.

    I’m a supporter of the La Rouche movement and his view that the British Empire has been behind the Globalization plan. Anglo-Zionists working with the Cecil Rhodes round table groups to bring home his vision of Anglo Supremacy and World Domination. I actually believe the British will throw their Zionist partners in crime under the bus, when the time is right.

    The fact that the Pres. of Mexico is a nice all round guy, and is battling the cartels is all in all an admission that the observations I referenced are correct.

    I understand you saying that Mexican officials have been corrupt and the Army has worked with the Cartels in the past. I would be ignorant to deny that or just plain stupid. But I am neither, and want you to know that I have been following the events in Mexico for a long time.

    And the conspiracy that the attack was in fact orchestrated by the DEA to discredit Mexican officials is over shadowed by the country’s long history of corroborating with criminal elements in order to get along.

    I know that the CIA has been operating in Mexico since after WWII and that Mexican Intelligence helped them steal Soviet space technology from the first rocket that made it into space. The Mexicans took the rocket that was being displayed in Mexico City to a lumber yard where the CIA took photos and rocket fuel samples before it was sent back to the Soviet Union.

    The CIA trained contra rebels at one of Mexico’s biggest drug lord’s (Carro Quintero) ranch. The CIA used his network to move cocaine north and weapons south to the Contras. Carro Quintero was convicted of the murder of Kike Camarena but a DEA agent and Fox news reported that CIA assets murdered the DEA agent.

    It’s not a conspiracy when an airplane previously registered to the CIA crash lands in the Yucatan loaded with cocaine.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/us-intelligence-assets-in-mexico-reportedly-tied-to-murdered-dea-agent

    it does not in any manner redress the infiltration and complicity of Mexican officials in aiding and abetting the cartels, nor the failure of Mexico abide by its agreement on immigration enforcement

    Maybe you should be more interested in your government working with the Cartels. The US government had a signed contract with the Sinaloa Cartel. What makes you think they wouldn’t alert them to the Mexican government’s plan to take down Oldivio?

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2014/1/13/1269447/-MASSIVE-DEA-WORKED-WITH-SINALOA-DRUG-CARTEL

    You said that the Mexican Government and Military officials are corrupt and take money from drug cartels.

    The same thing American Government officials do as reported below.

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2006/3/25/196974/-Money-Talks-83mm-payment-to-U-S-by-Drug-Cartel-Found-in-investigation

    Where you seam to be wrong is you keep referring to the past Mexican governments not the new Mexican Government, until you learn more about it, you won’t see things differently.

    I hope I answered all your questions and concerns, and please feel free to engage me anytime you feel I’m not being forthright, because I have no reason to hide anything and no one to protect. I really appreciate you taking the time to get clarification on events that effect both our countries.

    With Love and Respect from Mexico…JG

  173. A gentleman, J.G. gave EliteComminc valuable advice, wrote: Maybe you should be more interested in your government working with the Cartels. The US government had a signed contract with the Sinaloa Cartel.”

    👍!

    Fyi, I often contemplate if El Chapo had excessively cut into the US illegal South & Central-based drug cartel business, and they nailed him like for an example, the case of President Noreiga.

    At any rate, J.G., thanks for offering another learning experience.

  174. geokat62 says:

    Fired! Florida School Principal Went Off Script:

    Description:

    “A school investigation recommended the district had “just cause” to fire former Spanish River principal William Latson. Wednesday’s vote made that a reality. And now the CEO of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County says this is a reminder for educators to stick to the facts.”

    “ADL Holocaust Training for Florida School Principals”

    Jewish Supremacists: “Careful, goy, we’re watching you!”

  175. geokat62 says:

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  176. @geokat62

    From your article:

    A comparison by international defense site Global Firepower (GFP) found that Israel’s military has slipped below its arch-nemesis, Iran, in the ranking of military powers, coming in at 17 versus 14.

    The site allows one to rank two countries in terms of military data, such as active personnel and manpower in the reserves. The site also documents the total strength of aircraft, tanks, naval assets and artillery.

    According to GFP, Israel’s military personnel stands at an estimated 615,000 compared to Iran’s 934,000. But Iran’s population at 83,000,000 is nearly 10 times larger than Israel’s 9,100,000.

    Good to see them squirm! Thanks for the link, geo!

  177. From Taxi’s blog:

    https://platosguns.com/2019/09/08/hezbollah-will-liberate-the-galilee/#comment-25826

    While the Lebs were running around attempting to normalize their day amidst massive political chaos, the Hezb went ahead and brought down an israeli drone flying inside the Leb border, which prompted the israeli airforce to immediately close down its skies aaaaaall the way from the Leb border to Haifa

    Smack a bully and he runs away!

    Further down, she writes:

    Today at a protest in Beirut, a protestor set fire to an israeli flag and some female student suddenly stomped on the flame, picked up the partially burned flag and ran off with it all tears and sobs. Other protestors and media persons were astounded. When asked before the cameras why she did this, she said: “I’m half American, I live in the US and I just don’t hate israel – frankly, I don’t want to hate anything”. Naturally, patriots around her gave her a real earful and one old lady said to her: “But you hate the Lebanese government – of course you hate – look at you – pathetic cockroach – go back to America then if you love israel so much – we don’t love israel here and we don’t want your fake embassy-revolution!”. Another old lady said pretty much the same to her too.

    Love it! You guys should make Taxi’s blog a regular pitstop. Taxi is a dear friend and I love her writing style.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  178. geokat62 says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Love it! You guys should make Taxi’s blog a regular pitstop.

    Hey, C&D. This is the second link to a Taxi’s article you’ve recommended. Not sure why, but I can’t seem to load the pages both times I’ve tried doing so on my iPhone. Could be a boomer issue, lol.

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  179. @geokat62

    The fat ass jew on the video was talking repeatedly about historical “facts”.
    Facts they were not there.

    Are they gonna return the German marks?

  180. @geokat62

    I can’t seem to load the pages both times I’ve tried doing so on my iPhone

    I just tried on my iPhone and it works fine – my service is from AT&T.
    Have you tried from a laptop or a desktop?

    • Replies: @geokat62
  181. Art says:
    @geokat62

    In the video, the Big Jew lectures the black reporter on the holohoax. Like a good Uncle Tom, the reporter gave no retort.

    Someday soon the black reporter will remind the coercive Jew of his tribe’s slave trading. And that only 10% of whites in the south had slaves, but that 50% of southern Jews where slave owners.

    The dark mendacious Jews have amends to make.

    Do No Harm

    • Replies: @geokat62
  182. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @redmudhooch

    Is TULSI GABBARD a MEMBER of CFR ??

    Why is this video an answer? Lucy Komisar is a financial crimes journalist who has, among other great reporting, done unique deep dive analysis on vulture capitalist Bill Browder. She is also a member of CFR. Why would a journalist want access to a forum where she can rub shoulders with influential people? Gee, let me guess. As she says in this interview, it was via personal contacts that she learned details of Browder’s fraudulent off-shore transactions.

    Maybe all MOC’s are invited to join CFR, or maybe members of relevant committees. Tulsi was a member by virtue of paying hefty dues (about $600.). Someone here said that she’s no longer listed, which may mean that she let her membership expire. Being a dues-paying member is not the same category as being a director, but it did give her access to events and inside contacts. Would you turn that down?

    Here is the article referred to, but in the video below she also breaks the story of her research about attorneys of Julian Assange. Her website is The Komisar Scoop.
    London Times Runs Fake Browder Opinion Piece
    https://consortiumnews.com/2019/10/29/london-times-runs-fake-browder-opinion-piece/

    The Avisma Scandal + The Link Between Browder & Assange w/ Lucy Komisar

  183. Art says:

    AIPAC — Sanctions that Kill

    OpEdNews Op Eds 10/5/2019 at 17:45:19 H4’ed 10/5/19
    Why I Confronted Trump’s Architect of U.S. Sanctions Against Iran and Called Her a “Weapon of Mass Destruction”

    Last week I exposed the architect of the U.S.’s deadly “maximum pressure” sanctions policy, Sigal Mandelker, in front of the United Against a Nuclear Iran conference in New York City.

    The maximum pressure sanctions policy is responsible for the death of over 40,000 people. Mandelker said, twice in her speech, that Iran has weapons of mass destruction. She was knowingly dog-whistling, lying to the media and conference attendees, knowing this would feed the story Trump and Pompeo want to support war with Iran.

    https://www.opednews.com/articles/Why-I-Confronted-Trump-s-A-by-Jodie-Evans-AIPAC_CODEPINK_Iran_Sanctions-191005-130.html

    Sigal Mandelker — Evil Jewes, backed by evil power – AIPAC

    Do No Harm

    • Agree: Cloak And Dagger
  184. geokat62 says:
    @Art

    Someday soon the black reporter will remind the coercive Jew of his tribe’s slave trading.

    Bang on, Art. Can you believe the chutzpah of the Jewish Federation CEO. With a straight face sitting across from a black man he says “this is a reminder for educators to stick to the facts,” knowing full well that Jewish Supremacists were running the transatlantic slave trade and counting on the fact that the reporter was totally in the dark thanks to The Lobby’s efforts to conceal this damaging info. Oy Vey! We can’t let the goyim know!

    And that only 10% of whites in the south had slaves, but that 50% of southern Jews where slave owners.

    Your numbers are off a little, Art. These are the correct stats:

    And that only 36% of whites in the south had slaves, but that 75% of southern Jews where slave owners.

    • Replies: @Art
  185. geokat62 says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Have you tried from a laptop or a desktop?

    Works like a charm on the laptop, but the trouble with that is I don’t normally use it as much as the iPhone. Not sure why it works on your iPhone, but not mine. Might it have something to do with the carrier, Rogers, I’m using north of the border?

  186. Art says:

    The anti-AIPAC — Tulsi Gabbard —- must view.

    Think Peace!

  187. Might it have something to do with the carrier, Rogers

    Could be, I suppose, but I have family in Calgary, and they have never complained about sites being blocked. It could also be the Safari browser on your phone doing some preemptive blocking. You could try downloading the Opera browser to your phone to see if that makes a difference. If not, try using a VPN server in case of IP blocking.

    I would be very very surprised if the iPhone itself is the culprit here.
    I assume you are running the latest iPhone software, 13.1.3?

    • Replies: @geokat62
  188. geokat62 says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    I assume you are running the latest iPhone software, 13.1.3?

    With this feedback, I decided to try loading the page using a friend’s iPhone X and it worked. I guess it’s time I upgraded my IPhone 5, lol!

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  189. Art says:
    @geokat62

    Your numbers are off a little, Art. These are the correct stats:

    And that only 36% of whites in the south had slaves, but that 75% of southern Jews where slave owners.

    geokat62 — thanks for the correct numbers.

    Hmm — back then, 3/4’s of Jews where slave holders devoid of humanity.

    Today 3/4’s of Jews are rabid Zionists attacking Palestinians, totally devoid of humanity.

    It has been 150 years —- some things never change.

    Hmm!

    Think Peace!

    p.s. Due to greedy dealings, a US general declared Jews non grada during the Civil War.

  190. Moi says:
    @NoseytheDuke

    Agent Orange is an amazing human–he can hold two opposing thoughts in his mind at the same time.

  191. @geokat62

    I guess it’s time I upgraded my IPhone 5

    Only if you use it as anything other than a phone. The iPhone 5 is no longer supported by Apple. I upgraded to the iPhone 11 Pro – but I think I preferred my iPhone 8 before that – and certainly not enough of an upgrade to justify the $1100 for the new one, although I do like the OLED screen…

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  192. @Cloak And Dagger

    Hey C&D!

    Linked below & fyi is a “Deep State” testimony from ex-CIA Director, John McGlaughlin. Haha, (Zigh).

    https://www.rt.com/usa/472398-deep-state-ex-cia-boss/

    • Replies: @Cloak And Dagger
  193. @ChuckOrloski

    ‘Thank God for Deep State’, ex-CIA boss says

    The chutzpah is palpable.

  194. anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:
    @geokat62

    Phil Giraldi wrote a heads-up on this situation last July when it started —

    http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/teaching-holocaust/
    Teaching Holocaust
    Don’t know much about history
    PHILIP GIRALDI • JULY 16, 2019

    SE Florida is Jew country.

    Parkland was a Jew event

    imo the nightclub shooting in Orlando that was so very odd, also had kosher fingerprints on it

  195. “A call for a coup” in a country with nuclear weapons ? Waouu it is dangerous ! Would US navy ships fire at each other if one obey Trump and the other not or is accused of treason? Frightening. Maybe there is a move towards robotic or computer warfare to short circuit or bypass officers faithfull to their country and their president or with christian values and reluctant to do illegal war acts

  196. @Rurik

    Ruruk,

    Somehow I missed your comment when you first made it. Just came across it today.

    My basic reply: “Amen.”

    But just a bit more:

    The American experiment is over. Even if Trump succeeds in “Draining the Swamp”, the damage is already beyond terminal. The parasitic classes will continue to feed, even on the corpse, until the last bit of anything worth anything is gone. The miraculous rise of China is unstoppable, and the effectiveness of their one-party system undeniably proven. (Though the religion of “democracy” — corrupted democracy actually — continues as a sacred delusion, and continues to shriek of “diabolical communism”). Meanwhile, the political and cultural war currently tearing the US in its terminal rot, to pieces, will end — my dark and despairing guess — in either a left-corporate or right-corporate tyranny with only the flimsiest, nostalgic shroud of democracy remaining.

    On a personal note, I’m old, retired, live outside the US, and am prosperous enough — with all my assets out of the US dollar — to survive the coming storm.

    God luck to you, and stay safe.

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